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By Bruce Budowle

(BioTechniques Books) FBI, Washington, DC. Laboratory handbook offers a entire compendium of DNA typing strategies. Compiled via a staff of famous biomolecular scientists from the FBI Forensic Sciences learn and coaching Laboratory. subject matters contain DNA extraction recommendations. define layout. Plastic-comb binding.

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Refugees and displaced persons may live in crowded temporary facilities, often with limited access to clean water and food and sanitary facilities (Toole, 1994). Poor housing may allow exposure to mosquitoes and other disease vectors and to rodents and other animals that can be a source of infection (Connolly, Gayer, Ryan, Salama, Spiegel, & Heymann, 2004). Good medical care may be limited or absent, allowing preventable and treatable infectious diseases, such as measles and cholera, to spread in the crowded community with resulting high mortality.

Fortunately for humans, at present only one, HIV, has the characteristics that allow it to undergo sustained transmission from person to person, which it has done inexorably around the globe, largely via sexual transmission. There is good evidence that the AIDS pandemic originated from multiple independent introductions of simian immunodeficiency viruses from African apes and monkeys into humans and their subsequent evolution and spread (Hahn, Shaw, De Cock, & Sharp, 2000; Sharp, Bailles, Chaudhuri, Rodenburg, Santiago, & Hahn, 2001).

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