Bio-Analytical Chemistry, Human Identity & Forensic Publications
2022. Corrigendum to "The a posteriori probability of the number of contributors when conditioned on an assumed contributor" [Forensic Sci. Int. Genet. 54 (2021) 102563].  Forensic Sci Int Genet.,
2022. Rapid Nucleic Acid Reaction Circuits for Point-Of-Care Diseases Diagnosis.  Curr Top Med Chem.,
2022. High-quality data from a forensically relevant single-cell pipeline enabled by low PBS and proteinase K concentrations.  J Forensic Sci 67(2):697-706,
2021. The a posteriori probability of the number of contributors when conditioned on an assumed contributor.  Forensic Sci Int Genet 54:102563,
2021. A series of developmental validation tests for Number of Contributors platforms: Exemplars using NOCIt and a neural network.  Forensic Sci Int Genet 54:102556,
2021. Towards developing forensically relevant single-cell pipelines by incorporating direct-to-PCR extraction: compatibility, signal quality, and allele detection.  Int J Legal Med 135(3):727-738,
2020. A large-scale validation of NOCIt's a posteriori probability of the number of contributors and its integration into forensic interpretation pipelines.  Forensic Sci Int Genet 47:102296,
2019. Statistical modeling of STR capillary electrophoresis signal.  BMC Bioinformatics 20(Suppl 16):584,
2018. Four model variants within a continuous forensic DNA mixture interpretation framework: Effects on evidential inference and reporting.  PLoS One 13(11):e0207599,
2018. Determining the number of contributors to DNA mixtures in the low-template regime: Exploring the impacts of sampling and detection effects.  Leg Med (Tokyo) 32:1-8,
2018. A large-scale dataset of single and mixed-source short tandem repeat profiles to inform human identification strategies: PROVEDIt.  Forensic Sci Int Genet 32:62-70,
2017. Inferring the Number of Contributors to Complex DNA Mixtures Using Three Methods: Exploring the Limits of Low-Template DNA Interpretation.  J Forensic Sci 62(2):308-316,
2017. Exploring STR signal in the single- and multicopy number regimes: Deductions from an in silico model of the entire DNA laboratory process.  Electrophoresis 38(6):855-868,
2017. Production of high-fidelity electropherograms results in improved and consistent DNA interpretation: Standardizing the forensic validation process.  Forensic Sci Int Genet 31:160-170,
2016. CEESIt: A computational tool for the interpretation of STR mixtures.  Forensic Sci Int Genet 22:149-160,
2016. Exploring the Impacts of Ordinary Laboratory Alterations During Forensic DNA Processing on Peak Height Variation, Thresholds, and Probability of Dropout.  J Forensic Sci 61(1):177-85,
2015. Probabilistic characterisation of baseline noise in STR profiles.  Forensic Sci Int Genet 19:107-122,
2015. NOCIt: a computational method to infer the number of contributors to DNA samples analyzed by STR genotyping.  Forensic Sci Int Genet 16:172-180,
2014. Screening biological stains with qPCR versus lateral flow immunochromatographic test strips: a quantitative comparison using analytical figures of merit.  J Forensic Sci 59(1):199-207,
2013. Corrosion behaviour of four handguns in aqueous environments: corrosion product characterization and effects on estimating the time since deposition.  Sci Justice 53(3):363-70,
2013. The effects of differential extraction conditions on the premature lysis of spermatozoa.  J Forensic Sci 58(3):744-52,
2013. Analytical thresholds and sensitivity: establishing RFU thresholds for forensic DNA analysis.  J Forensic Sci 58(1):120-9,
2012. Maximizing allele detection: Effects of analytical threshold and DNA levels on rates of allele and locus drop-out.  Forensic Sci Int Genet 6(6):723-8,
2010. Investigation of reproducibility and error associated with qPCR methods using Quantifiler® Duo DNA quantification kit.  J Forensic Sci 55(5):1331-9,
2006. Discovery and identification of new D13S317 primer binding site mutations.  Forensic Sci Int 157(1):36-9,
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C.M. Grgicak, M.M. Pakulska, J.S. O’Brien and J.B. Giorgi. Synergistic effects of Ni1−xCox-YSZ and Ni1−xCux-YSZ alloyed cermet SOFC anodes for oxidation of hydrogen and methane fuels containing H2S. Journal of Power Sources, 183, 26-33 (2008).
C.M. Grgicak, R.G. Green and J.B. Giorgi. SOFC Anodes for Direct Oxidation of Hydrogen and Methane Fuels Containing H2S. Journal of Power Sources, 179, 317-328 (2008).
C.M. Grgicak, J.G. Giorgi. Improved Performance of Ni- and Co-YSZ Anodes via Sulfidation to NiS- and CoS-YSZ. Effects of Temperature on Electrokinetic Parameters. Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 111, 15446-15455 (2007).
C.M Pakulska, C.M. Grgicak and J.B. Giorgi. The Effect of Metal and Support Particle Size on NiO/CeO2 and NiO/ZrO2 Catalyst Activity in Complete Methane Oxidation. Applied Catalysis A: General, 332, 124-129 (2007).
Poulin, M.A. Brown, Y.A. Wasslen, C.M. Grgicak, K. Fagnou and J.B. Giorgi. Reactivity of Mesoporous Palladium Yttria-Stabilized Zirconia for Solution Phase Reactions. Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 84, 1-9 (2006).
C.M. Grgicak, R.G. Green and J.B. Giorgi. Control of Microstructure, Sinterability and Performance in Co-Precipitated NiYSZ, CuYSZ and CoYSZ SOFC Anodes. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 16, 885-897 (2006).
C.M. Grgicak, R.G. Green, W.F. Du and J.B. Giorgi. Synthesis and Characterization of NiO-YSZ Anode Materials: Precipitation, Calcination and the Effects on Sintering. Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 88, 3081-3087 (2005).