Guidelines and Standard Operating Procedures

4.   Guidelines and Standard Operating Procedures for Forensic V09.2303 (pp. 168-204)

5.   Guidelines and Standard Operating Procedures for Forensic Analysis: Real-Time PCR species Specific, Canonical and Strain Specific SNP Genotyping of Bacillus anthracis and Francisella tularensis V11.03.04 (pp. 206-231)

6.   Real-Time PCR species Specific, Canonical and Strain Specific SNP Genotyping of Bacillus anthracis V04.11.07 (pp. 232-272)

7.   Quality Assurance Standards for Forensic DNA Analysis (pp. 273-280)

Literature

8.   “Multiple-Locus Variable-Number Tandem Repeat Analysis Reveals Genetic Relationships within Bacillus anthracis” (Keim et al., 2000, 182:2928-2936) (pp. 282-291)

Progress Reports

9.   NAU DNA-Based Strain Typing of Anthrax Samples (pp. 293-649)2

Module 4: Analysis for Evidence of Genetic Engineering

Reports

1.   19 October 2001 LANL Receipt letter (pp. 3-4)

2.   Laboratory Reports (pp. 5-55)

Presentation

3.   Analysis of the Amerithrax B. Anthracis Ames Isolates for Evidence of Genetic Engineering (pp. 57-79)

Module 5: Genomic Sequencing

Publications

1.   “Global Genetic Population Structure of Bacillus anthracis,” M. Van Ert et al., (2007) PLoS ONE 2(5); e461. doil-. 1371/jpornal. pone.0000461 (pp. 2-11)

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2 The FBI did not assign a name to this document. The descriptor was assigned by the committee.



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