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|Author||Ohta J, Sakurada K.|
|Title||Oral gram-positive bacterial DNA-based identification of saliva from highly degraded samples.|
|Journal||Forensic Sci Int Genet|
) degradation) samples, but full mtDNA profiles were obtained from all degraded samples. The forensic applicability of bacterial DNA test evaluated, using mock case samples, indicates that the oral gram-positive bacterial DNA was more resistant to degradation than the other markers. We conclude that the oral gram-positive bacterial DNA-based examination could be useful for identifying saliva from severely environmentally-exposed forensic samples as well as mtDNA typing.
|DNA material||Genomic DNA Streptococcus salivarius JCM 5707T (JGD08330) Streptococcus oralis subsp. oralis JCM 12997T (JGD07470) Prevotella maculosaJCM 15638T (JGD12444) Streptococcus sobrinus JCM 5176 (JGD08352) Staphylococcus epidermidis JCM 20345 (JGD07702) Actinomyces israelii JCM 12964T (JGD12771) Neisseria mucosa JCM 12992T (JGD07426)|