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posted by DNA Identifiers @ 3:50 PM
Tuesday, June 14, 2011

If collecting samples for a case on different dates or at different times (i.e. the child on Monday and the possible father on Friday) it is best to hold onto the first set of samples so that they can be shipped with the second set of samples in the same package.

If the collections are occurring at separate locations and the samples cannot be shipped together, it is best to document on the chain of custody the names of the other individuals who’s samples we will be sending samples for. By including all the names of the individuals on both chain of custody forms we will be able to more readily match up the case when the samples come in separately so that there is no delay in reporting your results.

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