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World Trade Centre forensics break new ground

Attempts to identify 9/11 victims are pushing DNA fingerprinting forward.

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  1. Brenner, C. H. & Weir, B. S. Issues and strategies in the DNA identification of World Trade Center victims. Theoretical Population Biology, 63, 173 - 178, (2003).

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Whitfield, J. World Trade Centre forensics break new ground. Nature (2003).

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