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Image Enhancement of RFLP Autoradiograms Through the Use of Neutral Density Filters
Laboratory Scientist and DNA Unit Supervisor,
Michigan State Police DNA Laboratory, East Lansing Michigan,
Senior Forensic Chemist,
Vermont Department of Public Safety Forensic Laboratory,
(Received 24 May 1995; accepted 31 August 1995)
Autorads that were difficult to size due to unequal band intensities were evaluated and a simple inexpensive procedure developed to allow accurate sizing of these unbalanced films. The procedure uses neutral density filters to increase the working range of video systems employed in autorad assessment.
forensic science, DNA, autoradiographs, DNA typing, restriction fragment length polymorphism, image analysis, neutral density filters, photography
Paper ID: JFS13939J
Title Image Enhancement of RFLP Autoradiograms Through the Use of Neutral Density Filters
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