Dept. of Forensic Medicine

Issue DateTitleYonsei Author(s)
2003350년 전 미라 조직에서의 유전자검사, et al
20016· 25 전사자 유해의 개인식별 감정 예, et al
2011A genetic investigation of Korean mummies from the Joseon Dynasty, et al
2008A modified mini-primer set for analyzing mitochondrial DNA control region sequences from highly degraded forensic samples, et al
2013A one step multiplex PCR assay for rapid screening of East Asian mtDNA haplogroups on forensic samples, et al
2003Allele frequencies and haplotypes of six new Y-specific STR loci in Koreans, et al
2014Analysis of 22 Y chromosomal STR haplotypes and Y haplogroup distribution in Pathans of Pakistan, et al
2014Body fluid identification by integrated analysis of DNA methylation and body fluid-specific microbial DNA, et al
2012Body fluid identification in forensics., et al
2008Characterization of deletions in the DYS385 flanking region and null alleles associated with AZFc microdeletions in Koreans, et al
2012Collaborative genetic mapping of 12 forensic short tandem repeat (STR) loci on the human X chromosome, et al
2015Comparative study of STR loci for typing old skeletal remains with modified protocols of AmpFlSTR Identifiler and AmpFlSTR MiniFiler STR Kits, et al
2015Confirmation of Y haplogroup tree topologies with newly suggested Y-SNPs for the C2, O2b and O3a subhaplogroups, et al
2006Differential Distribution of Human Mitochondrial DNA in Somatic Tissues and Hairs, et al
2013DNA methylation-specific multiplex assays for body fluid identification, et al
2010DNA typing for the identification of old skeletal remains from Korean War victims, et al
2006East Asian mtDNA haplogroup determination in Koreans: Haplogroup-level control region SNP analysis and subhaplogroup-level control region sequence analysis, et al
2015Epigenetic age signatures in the forensically relevant body fluid of semen: a preliminary study, et al
2012Evaluating the genomic and sequence integrity of human ES cell lines; comparison to normal genomes, et al
2004Five highly informative X-chromosomal STRs in Koreans, et al