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Актуальные вопросы создания и применения банков ДНК для целей криминалистики и смежных дисциплин

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В статье-обзоре литературы приводятся основные сведения, касающиеся функционирования, разработки, развития и внедрения технических, лабораторных и кибернетических средств анализа и обработки геномных данных, предназначенных для улучшения результатов работы ряда криминалистических и судебно-медицинских служб, что имеет весомое значение для обеспечения безопасности граждан СНГ.

Об авторах

М. В. Спринджук
Объединенный институт проблем информатики НАН Беларуси
Беларусь

Матвей Владимирович Спринджук, аспирант, научный сотрудник

ул. Сурганова, 6, 220012, г. Минск

 



Л. П. Титов
Объединенный институт проблем информатики НАН Беларуси
Беларусь

Доктор медицинских наук, профессор, член-корреспондент НАН Беларуси, заведующий лабораторией иммунологии 

ул. Сурганова, 6, 220012, г. Минск



А. П. Кончиц
Объединенный институт проблем информатики НАН Беларуси
Беларусь

Кандидат биологических наук, научный сотрудник 

ул. Сурганова, 6, 220012, г. Минск



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Для цитирования:


Спринджук М.В., Титов Л.П., Кончиц А.П. Актуальные вопросы создания и применения банков ДНК для целей криминалистики и смежных дисциплин. Цифровая трансформация. 2019;(1):49-59.

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Sprindzuk M.V., Titov L.P., Konchits A.P. Сhallenging Questions of Development and Application of DNA Banks for the Purposes of Criminology and Related Disciplines. Digital Transformation. 2019;(1):49-59. (In Russ.)

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