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What if you have unidentified remains and no clue as to who the person is? Or blood from a suspect, but no idea of who to look for? Snapshot DNA Phenotyping can analyze an unidentified person's DNA to create a picture of what he or she looks like.
November 8, 2016
Parabon Announces Snapshot Facial Reconstruction Service
Parabon NanoLabs' new Snapshot Facial Reconstruction Service produces accurate antemortem composite images of deceased persons from skeletonized remains. The service combines two complementary methods of estimating appearance from skeletal evidence: DNA phenotyping and forensic facial reconstruction.
February 25, 2016
Parabon Receives National Geographic Grant for Snapshot DNA Phenotyping Project
Parabon NanoLabs (Parabon) announced today receipt of a grant from the National Geographic Society Expeditions Council to fund a blind evaluation study of the company's Snapshot DNA Phenotyping Service.
October 6, 2015
Snapshot Forensic Art Service
Parabon NanoLabs Inc. has a new suite of forensic art capabilities to complement the company's Snapshot DNA Phenotyping Service.
September 9, 2015
Parabon Announces New Snapshot Forensic Art Service
Parabon NanoLabs Inc. (Parabon) announced a new suite of forensic art capabilities to complement the company's Snapshot DNA Phenotyping Service, a forensics offering that can interrogate an evidentiary DNA sample and produce an accurate composite image of the source.
August 19, 2015
Parabon's Snapshot DNA Phenotyping Service Reveals New Clues in 27-Year-Old Cold Case
Working with the Fort Wayne (Ind.) Police Department, Parabon generated a composite image from DNA linked to the unsolved murder of April Tinsley.
July 22, 2015
Analyzing DNA Blueprints
Parabon NanoLabs' Snapshot does much more than reveal an unknown subject's hair color and eye color. It can also be used to determine a subject's ancestry in detail.
February 27, 2015
Snapshot DNA Phenotyping Service
When CODIS fails to find a match, don't let your cases go cold. IACP Booth #303
October 16, 2014
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