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Analysis of Time Exposure to DNA Touch Quality on Face Shield Using STR CODIS – TH01 and D18S51

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Received : 19 August 2021
Accepted : 23 November 2021
Published : 10 January 2022

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The uncontrolled COVID-19 spread prompted the World Health Organization (WHO) to declare COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020. A number of countries, including Indonesia, have taken preventive measures and made efforts to break COVID-19 transmission chain. Government’s policies’ impact is especially massive in economic sector, which causes many people to lose their jobs but are still required to make their ends meet. This triggers the increase of crime rates during pandemic, which is in parallel with the government's policy to enforce health protocols by using face shields during activities outside the home. This allows evidence discovery in the form of face shield that is identified through DNA touch. This study tested DNA touch quality at different exposure times (1, 7, and 14 days) using TH01 and D18S51 loci. There were differences in DNA quality, where Anova test revealed p value of < 0.05.

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Puspa, E. W., & B.Tena, H. A. (2022). Analysis of Time Exposure to DNA Touch Quality on Face Shield Using STR CODIS – TH01 and D18S51. Jurnal Teknologi Laboratorium, 10(2). https://doi.org/10.29238/teknolabjournal.v10i2.287

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