Integrated human identification solutions
When the world seeks the truth, it turns to you. But uncovering the truth presents complex challenges that require a partner you can depend on. That’s why listening to and answering to you is our highest priority, and informs everything we do—so you can focus on making a difference.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has acquired IntegenX Inc., which provides a rapid DNA platform for use in forensics and law enforcement applications. IntegenX RapidHIT products will enhance our integrated human identification solutions portfolio that you use every day.
Our Applied Biosystems Quantifiler DNA quantification kits provide everything needed to quickly and precisely quantitate human genomic DNA.
Our PCR amplification kits combine the sensitivity of PCR with the power of multicolor fluorescence technology to enable robust, reliable results.
Applied Biosystems capillary electrophoresis (CE) instrument systems have been validated by the human identification community and are the most widely trusted CE systems available.
Our Human Identification Professional Services (HPS) are designed to help you more quickly integrate, validate and implement new methodologies and technologies.
Our next-generation sequencing (NGS) solutions can help you get more information from challenging samples.
Combating human trafficking with DNA analysis
Dr. Bruce Budowle, the Director of The Center for Human Identification at the University of North Texas describes how the Center is developing programs and utilizing DNA technologies to combat human trafficking.
Harnessing the power of forensic DNA analysis to solve crimes faster
Dave Reichert, former King County Sherriff, discusses the decades- long investigation into the Green River Killer and how DNA analysis may help solve crimes faster in the future.
Developing a new national database: Validation, standardization and quality requirements
Police Lieutenant Colonel Lorna Santos describes how Philippines is instituting their forensic DNA database and implementing quality standards to aid in solving crime.
Thermo Fisher Scientific performs developmental validation studies according to the validation guidelines provided by the Scientific Working Group on DNA Analysis Methods (SWGDAM). However, it is the responsibility of customer to perform its own analysis and appropriate internal validation studies to ensure that the products and services it obtains from Thermo Fisher Scientific satisfy or will satisfy the SWGDAM Guidelines or other applicable guidelines used by the forensic community and are fit for its human identification applications.
For Research Forensic or Paternity Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures. For licensing and limited use restrictions visit thermofisher.com/HIDlicensing