Dr. Shanan S. Tobe
Dr. Shanan S. Tobe
Senior Lecturer in Forensic Science, Murdoch University
Verified email at murdoch.edu.au - Homepage
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Evaluation of six presumptive tests for blood, their specificity, sensitivity, and effect on high molecular‐weight DNA
SS Tobe, N Watson, NN Daeid
Journal of forensic sciences 52 (1), 102-109, 2007
A revised taxonomy of the Felidae. The final report of the Cat Classification Task Force of the IUCN/SSC Cat Specialist Group
AC Kitchener, C Breitenmoser-Würsten, E Eizirik, A Gentry, L Werdelin, ...
Cat News Special Issue 11, ISSN 1027-2992, 2017
Reconstructing mammalian phylogenies: a detailed comparison of the cytochrome b and cytochrome oxidase subunit I mitochondrial genes
SS Tobe, AC Kitchener, AMT Linacre
PloS one 5 (11), e14156, 2010
Generation of DNA profiles from fabrics without DNA extraction
A Linacre, V Pekarek, YC Swaran, SS Tobe
Forensic science international: genetics 4 (2), 137-141, 2010
A multiplex assay to identify 18 European mammal species from mixtures using the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene
SS Tobe, AMT Linacre
Electrophoresis 29 (2), 340-347, 2008
An overview to the investigative approach to species testing in wildlife forensic science
A Linacre, SS Tobe
Investigative genetics 2 (1), 1-9, 2011
DNA typing in wildlife crime: recent developments in species identification
SS Tobe, A Linacre
Forensic science, medicine, and pathology 6 (3), 195-206, 2010
Sensitivity and specificity of presumptive tests for blood, saliva and semen
M Vennemann, G Scott, L Curran, F Bittner, SS Tobe
Forensic science, medicine, and pathology 10 (1), 69-75, 2014
A technique for the quantification of human and non-human mammalian mitochondrial DNA copy number in forensic and other mixtures
SS Tobe, AMT Linacre
Forensic Science International: Genetics 2 (4), 249-256, 2008
Properties of nucleic acid staining dyes used in gel electrophoresis
AM Haines, SS Tobe, HJ Kobus, A Linacre
Electrophoresis 36 (6), 941-944, 2015
Cytochrome b or cytochrome c oxidase subunit I for mammalian species identification—an answer to the debate
SS Tobe, A Kitchener, A Linacre
Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series 2 (1), 306-307, 2009
The development and validation of a single SNaPshot multiplex for tiger species and subspecies identification—Implications for forensic purposes
T Kitpipit, SS Tobe, AC Kitchener, P Gill, A Linacre
Forensic Science International: Genetics 6 (2), 250-257, 2012
Using synthetic oligonucleotides as standards in probe-based qPCR
J Conte, MJ Potoczniak, SS Tobe
Biotechniques 64 (4), 177-179, 2018
Wildlife DNA analysis: applications in forensic science
A Linacre, S Tobe
John Wiley & Sons, 2013
Finding DNA: using fluorescent in situ detection
AM Haines, SS Tobe, H Kobus, A Linacre
Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series 5, e501-e502, 2015
Host‐specific associations affect the microbiome of Philornis downsi, an introduced parasite to the Galápagos Islands
M Ben‐Yosef, DSY Zaada, RY Dudaniec, Z Pasternak, E Jurkevitch, ...
Molecular ecology 26 (18), 4644-4656, 2017
Detection of DNA within fingermarks
AM Haines, SS Tobe, H Kobus, A Linacre
Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series 4 (1), e290-e291, 2013
Erratum to: The complete mitochondrial genome analysis of the tiger (Panthera tigris)
T Kitpipit, SS Tobe, A Linacre
Molecular Biology Reports 39 (10), 9841, 2012
Successful direct STR amplification of hair follicles after nuclear staining
AM Haines, SS Tobe, H Kobus, A Linacre
Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series 5, e65-e66, 2015
Piles of scats for piles of DNA: deriving DNA of lizards from their faeces
SK Pearson, SS Tobe, DA Fusco, CM Bull, MG Gardner
Australian Journal of Zoology 62 (6), 507-514, 2015
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