IDENTIFILER DIRECT PDF

Guides, Articles and Other Resources Introduction Sharing research data is becoming an expectation from funding agencies and a part of research practice in many disciplines. However, when the data includes information that could be used to identify individual human subjects or contains sensitive information, researchers are legally and ethically obligated to ensure that confidentiality is maintained. Navigating between the desire or expectation to share research data and the legal and ethical concerns of protecting human subjects and preventing disclosure of sensitive information can be difficult. Sharing research data containing sensitive or confidential data can be done, it just takes planning and understanding of the requirements.

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Guides, Articles and Other Resources Introduction Sharing research data is becoming an expectation from funding agencies and a part of research practice in many disciplines. However, when the data includes information that could be used to identify individual human subjects or contains sensitive information, researchers are legally and ethically obligated to ensure that confidentiality is maintained.

Navigating between the desire or expectation to share research data and the legal and ethical concerns of protecting human subjects and preventing disclosure of sensitive information can be difficult. Sharing research data containing sensitive or confidential data can be done, it just takes planning and understanding of the requirements. These pages are designed to inform researchers of the issues in managing and sharing these types of data and to offer guidance in considering the issues inherent in handling research data in ways that address legal and ethical concerns.

Confidentiality and Disclosure The central issue in sharing sensitive data is the prevention of accidental disclosure of the identity of a participating subject. The consent form acts as a contract between the researcher and the subject, informing the subject as to how the data will be released if at all and what steps will be taken to prevent the disclosure of their identity.

If you as the researcher intend to release the data in some fashion this should be made clear in the consent form. Disclosure Risks Disclosure could stem from the release of direct identifiers or indirect identifiers in the data set. Direct Identifiers are generally unique to an individual or a small group of individuals.

It is generally understood that direct identifiers need to be removed from the data set before its release. The variables that could be used as indirect identifiers may not be immediately obvious and so some consideration should be given to how the variables could be put together before releasing the data set.

Putting together identifiers may lead to someone being able to "re-identify" a participating subject. There are two broad types of re-identification: Identification Disclosure - which occurs when someone is able to discern an identity of a subject from a particular record within a data set. Attribute Disclosure - which occurs when someone learns the value of a sensitive variable that could then be used in conjunction with other variables to discover the identity of the individual.

The terms and conditions under which sensitive are released with need to be reviewed and approved by the IRB as a part of the research protocol review process.

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The Identifiler Direct kit enables direct PCR amplification of the same 16 loci included in our standard Identifiler kit, while eliminating the need to perform DNA extraction or purification steps for DNA database and other single source reference samples. Prep-n-Go Buffer for Buccal Swabs is specifically designed to enable high-quality direct PCR amplification of single source samples collected on untreated paper or buccal swabs. Important Notice The purchase of this product conveys to the buyer the non-transferable license to use the purchased amount of the product only for forensic or paternity testing conducted by the buyer. This license does not include, as ruled by a U. Court, a license to use this product in chimerism determination or analysis, molar specimens classification, cell line authentication, determination of fetal sex, cancer analysis, genetic research, non-casework-related forensic applications such as general research in forensics or teaching and training persons not employed in a forensic laboratory , identifying or determining maternal cell contamination, or sample tracking. Further rights can be obtained by contacting Promega Corp.

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Mean: Combined results from external test site laboratories are shown below. Ultimately, laboratories using the Identifiler Direct Kit will be able to significantly expand their throughput capabilities, while also maximizing sample integrity and quality assurance for the entire process. Complete Validated Solution We offer a complete solution to meet the needs of the human identification community. The PCR reaction components, primer sequences, and amplification protocols have been developed, optimized and validated together with Applied Biosystems instrumentation and software to provide specific, robust amplification. However, each laboratory using the Identifiler Direct Kit should perform its own internal validation studies.

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