Title

DNA identification after conflict or disaster

Date of Original Version

9-13-2013

Type

Article

PubMed ID

24031004

Abstract or Description

Over the last 30 years, DNA profiling has been used to identify human remains that are so badly damaged, comingled, or decayed that they might otherwise have been lost to history (1). Despite growing recognition of the importance of forensic identification to promote the welfare and rights of survivors of large-scale conflict or natural disaster, access to it is often piecemeal and ad hoc.

DOI

10.1126/science.1238085

 

Published In

Science, 341, 6151, 1178-1179.