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Forensic genetic genealogy – An emerging game changer for cold cases

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 Fighting Counterfeit with Carbon NanotubesForensic genetic genealogy – An emerging game changer for cold cases

Forensic genetic genealogy is revolutionizing investigations by producing previously unobtainable investigative leads. When traditional methods are inconclusive or all other options are exhausted, genealogy databases offer a new route to identifications.

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