In fact, the UNT Health Science enters 50-60 percent of the DNA profiles in the CODIS National Missing Person DNA Database (NMPDD).
What does NMPDD stand for?
NMPDD stands for National Missing Person DNA Database (US FBI)
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- National Marine Pollution Contingency Plan (Malta)
- Northern Mallee Primary Care Partnership (Australia)
- Nested Multiplex Polymerase Chain Reaction
- New Mexico Parent and Child Resources (Albuquerque, NM)
- Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust (Indianapolis, IN)
- National Mobile Phone Crime Unit (UK)
- New Mexico Police Department
- New Mombasa Police Department (fictional; Halo video game series)
- North Miami Police Department (Florida)
- Navy Military Personnel Data Base
- National Microbial Pathogen Database Resource
- Nursing/Midwifery Planning and Development Unit
- Normal Mouse Peritoneal Exudate Cells
- New Mexico Public Education Department
- National Milk Producers Federation
- Nebraska Microenterprise Partnership Fund
- Network Management Productivity Facility
- New Millennium Peace Foundation
- New Mexico Project for Financial Literacy (Rio Rancho)
- National Museum of Photography, Film & Television (Bradford, UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The DNAAU-1 supports the National Missing Person DNA Database Program by conducting nuclear DNA analyses of unidentified human remains, as well as reference samples of missing persons and their biological relatives.
A dental chart is available and the victim's DNA has been registered with the FBI Laboratory, National Missing Person DNA Database.