Halah Al-Sammarraie

Halah Al-Sammarraie
Al-Nahrain University · Forensic DNA Training and research center

PhD in Science

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Introduction
Halah Al-Sammarraie currently works at the Forensic DNA Training and research center, Al-Nahrain University. Halah does research in forensic DNA. Their most recent publication is 'Comparison between Two Different DNA Extraction Techniques Taken from Buccal Swabs Suitable for Genetic Analyzer'.

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Publications (7)
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Back ground: It is important to establish STR database for future applications in forensic and paternity tests to gain a reliable evaluation for statistical analysis and that STR database would be more representative. Objective: The objectives of this study are establishing autosomal STR database for the population of Hilla City. Material and metho...
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Q uantification of chimerism after bone marrow transplantation is essential for evaluation the successful of engraftment after allogenic stem cells transplantation. The aim of this work is to use STR typing test for identification and quan-tification the chimerism in bone marrow transplant patients. Two patients subjected to bone marrow transplanta...
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Hair can be a valuable source of DNA especially in forensic casework and for noninvasive studies of human, when blood samples not available. This study emphasizes the impact of hair dyes on DNA sequence analysis. Samples collected from forty Iraqi families; each sample was divided in to two parts hair follicles and hair shaft. DNA extracted by usin...
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Hair can be a valuable source of DNA especially in forensic casework and for noninvasive studies of human, when blood samples not available. This study emphasizes the impact of hair dyes on DNA sequence analysis. Samples collected from forty Iraqi families; each sample was divided in to two parts hair follicles and hair shaft. DNA extracted by usin...
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The developments in forensic DNA technology have led us to perform this study in Iraqi population as reference database of autosomal Short Tandem Repeat (aSTR) DNA markers. A total of 120 unrelated individuals from Wasit province were analyzed at 15 STR DNA markers. Allele frequencies of DNA typing loci included in the AmpFlSTR1 IdentifilerTM PCR A...
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Following suicide bombing, human remains usually collected for DNA identification. Human remains affected due to exposure to excessive heat and bomb solid, sharp pieces. The aim of this work is to study the possibility of DNA analyzing of human remains after suicide bombing. Fifteen human remains were received from a place of suicide bombing in Naj...

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