S. Calloway

Cassandra Calloway, PhD
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PUBLICATIONS

Shih, Shelly, Nikhil Bose, Anna Gonçalves, Henry Erlich, Cassandra Calloway. (2018) Applications of probe capture enrichment next generation sequencing for whole mitochondrial genome and 426 nuclear SNPs for forensically challenging samples. Genes 9(1):49. PMCID: PMC5793200

Bose, Nikhil, Katie Carlberg, George Sensabaugh, Henry Erlich, Cassandra Calloway. (2018) Target capture enrichment of nuclear SNP markers for massively parallel sequencing of degraded and mixed samples. Forensic Sci. Int. Genet. 34: 186-196. PMID: 29524767

Vohr, Samuel, Rachel Gordon, Jordan Elzenga, Henry Erlich, Cassandra Calloway, Richard Green. (2017) A phylogenetic approach for haplotype analysis of sequencing data from complex mitochondrial mixtures. Forensic Sci. Int. Genet. 30:93-105. PMID: 28667863

Kim, Hannah, Henry Erlich, Cassandra Calloway. (2015) Analysis of mixtures using next generation sequencing of mitochondrial DNA hypervariable regions. Croat Med J, 56(3): 208–217. PMCID: PMC4500979

Williams, Shane, Ed Panacek, William Green, Sree Kanthaswamy, Christopher Hopkins, Calloway Calloway (2015) Recovery of salivary DNA from skin after showering. Forensic Sci Med Pathol, 11(1);29-34. PMID: 25534825

Andrew, Toby, Cassandra Calloway, Sarah Stuart, Sang Hoon Lee, Raj Gill, Gail Clement, Philip Chowienczyk, Tim D Spector, Ana M Valdes. (2011) A twin study of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) control region polymorphisms shows multiple site heteroplasmy is not associated with zygosity, but is associated with mtDNA variant 16093. PLoS One, 6(8):e22332 PMCID: PMC3153933

Roberts, Katherine A. and Cassandra Calloway. (2011) Characterization of mitochondrial sequence heteroplasmy in blood tissue and hair as a function of hair morphology. J For Sci, 56(1)46-60. PMID: 20840293

Mauger, Florence, Keith Bauer, Cassandra D. Calloway, Jérémy Semhoun, Tetsuya Nishimoto, Thomas W. Myers, David H. Gelfand, Ivo G. Gut. (2007) DNA sequencing by MALDI-TOF MS using alkali cleavage of RNA/DNA chimeras. Nucleic Acids Res, 35(8):e62. PMCID: PMC18855642

Roberts, Katherine A. and Cassandra Calloway. (2007) Mitochondrial DNA amplification success rate as a function of hair morphology. J For Sci, 52(1):40-47. PMID: 17209908

Divne, Anna-Maria, Martina Nilsson, Cassandra Calloway, Rebecca Reynolds, Henry Erlich, Marie Allen. (2005) Forensic casework mtDNA analysis using a reverse HVI-HVII sequence-specific oligonucleotide probe assay. J. Forensic Sci, 50(3): 548-554. PMID: 15932085

Kline, Margaret C., Peter M. Vallone, Janette W. Redman, David L. Duewer, Cassandra D. Calloway, John M. Butler. (2005) Mitochondrial DNA typing screens with control region and coding region SNPs. J. Forensic Sci, 50(2): 1-9. PMID: 15813549

Chong, M.D., C.D. Calloway, S.B. Klein, C. Orrego, M.R. Buoncristiani. (2005) Optimization and validation of a DNA sequencing strategy for the analysis of mitochondrial DNA for forensic casework. Forensic Sci Int, 154(2-3):137-48. PMID: 16182960

Gabriel, Matthew N., Cassandra D. Calloway, Rebecca L. Reynolds, Simun Andelinovic, Dragan Primorac. (2003) Identification of human remains by immobilized sequence-specific oligonucleotide probe analysis of mtDNA hypervariable regions I and II. Croat Med J, 2003. 44(3): p. 293-8. PMID: 12808721

Gabriel, Matthew N., Cassandra D. Calloway, Rebecca L. Reynolds, Simun Andelinovic, Dragan Primorac. (2001) Population variation of human mitochondrial DNA hypervariable regions I and II in 105 Croatian individuals demonstrated by immobilized sequence-specific oligonucleotide probe analysis. Croat Med J, 42 (3):328-335. PMID: 11387647

Calloway, Cassandra D., Rebecca L. Reynolds, George L. Herrin, Jr., Wyatt W. Anderson. (2000) The frequency of heteroplasmy in the HVII region of mtDNA differs across tissue types and increases with age. Am J Hum Genet, 66:1384-97. PMCID: PMC1288202

Book Chapters:
Cassandra D. Calloway, PhD and Henry Erlich, PhD. (2014). Evolving Technologies in Forensic DNA Analysis. In D.Primorac and M. Schanfield (Eds). Forensic DNA Applications: An Interdisciplinary Perspective (pp. 417-428). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press Taylor and Francis.

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