Cora Ames

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Neurosciences Program Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
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Ames KC, Ryu SI, Shenoy KV. (2014) Neural dynamics of reaching following incorrect or absent motor preparation. Neuron. 81: 438-51
Brownlow RJ, Dagnall KE, Ames CE. (2012) A comparison of DNA collection and retrieval from two swab types (cotton and nylon flocked swab) when processed using three QIAGEN extraction methods. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 57: 713-7
Johnston E, Ames C, Dagnall K, et al. (2009) Authors' response Journal of Forensic Sciences. 54: 240
Sewell J, Quinones I, Ames C, et al. (2008) Recovery of DNA and fingerprints from touched documents. Forensic Science International. Genetics. 2: 281-5
Shalhoub R, Quinones I, Ames C, et al. (2008) The recovery of latent fingermarks and DNA using a silicone-based casting material. Forensic Science International. 178: 199-203
Johnston E, Ames CE, Dagnall KE, et al. (2008) Comparison of presumptive blood test kits including hexagon OBTI. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 53: 687-9
Shaw K, Sesardić I, Bristol N, et al. (2008) Comparison of the effects of sterilisation techniques on subsequent DNA profiling. International Journal of Legal Medicine. 122: 29-33
Ames C, Turner B, Daniel B. (2006) The use of mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase I gene (COI) to differentiate two UK blowfly species -- Calliphora vicina and Calliphora vomitoria. Forensic Science International. 164: 179-82
Ames C, Turner B, Daniel B. (2006) Estimating the post-mortem interval (II): The use of differential temporal gene expression to determine the age of blowfly pupae International Congress Series. 1288: 861-863
Ames C, Turner B, Daniel B. (2006) Estimating the post-mortem interval (I): The use of genetic markers to aid in identification of Dipteran species and subpopulations International Congress Series. 1288: 795-797
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