Dennis J. Reeder, Ph.D.

Consultant                                                     Tel)  214-705-7795

Reeder Analytical Consulting, LLC            Cell) 650-430-6166

7094 Glen Abbey Ct.                                   Fax) 214-469-2554

Frisco, TX 75034-1038                               Email)



Postdoctoral - Research Associate in Immunochemical Methods Development, Waksman Institute of Microbiology, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ (1969-1971)

Ph.D. - North Texas State University – (University of North Texas)/School of Aerospace Medicine, Immunology/Biochemistry (1969)

M.S. - Brigham Young University, Microbiology/Biochemistry (1966)

B.S. - Brigham Young University, Physics/Mathematics (1964)



2005-Present.  Reeder Analytical Consulting. Frisco, TX.  Focus on QA/QC, Special Projects, and Validation of Analytical Systems.

2004-2005  Sr. Manager, R&D, Applied Genetic Analysis.  Applied Biosystems, Foster City, CA.- Managed a group of scientists focused on validation and quality assurance to solve customer problems and provide support for new products for the forensic community.

2002-2004   Sr. Manager, New Product Development, Applied Genetic Analysis.       Applied Biosystems, Foster City, CA. - Planned new growth area in biothreat detection. Supervised team of 5 scientists in developing TaqMan assays. Established collaborations with other companies.  

2000-2002.  Group Leader, Human Identity Group, Applied Biosystems, Foster City, CA. – Supervised team of 10 scientists in bringing to market two products 1) multiplex PCR kit for human identification, 2) specialized PCR kit for German market. Managed R&D projects for several new products that are nearing completion and ready for sales.

1991-2000.           Supervisory Research Chemist, Group Leader DNA Technologies Group. Biotechnology Division, Chemical Science and Technology Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology. Gaithersburg, MD – Managed a group of 25 scientists, post-docs, and guest workers in developing national Standard Reference Materials for clinical laboratories and for forensic laboratories. Focused on DNA damage/repair mechanisms, purification of enzymes from microbial species, conducting interlaboratory testing to assess laboratory measurement capabilities. Worked with other federal agencies such as the FBI. 

1982-91.  Supervisory Research Chemist, Organic Analytical Research Division. Center for Analytical Chemistry, National Measurement Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology. Gaithersburg, MD – Supervised a group of 8 scientists working on protein standards and performing research on protein purification and separation methods.

1975-82.  Research Chemist, Organic Analytical Research Division, Center for Analytical Chemistry, National Measurement Laboratory, National Bureau of Standards. Gaithersburg, MD. Performed research leading to standards for the clinical laboratory, including reference materials for protein assays, drugs in serum, lead in blood, enzymes in serum and other analytes.

1971-75    Head, Dept. of Immunology, Microbiological Associates, Whittaker Bioproducts, Bethesda, MD/ Walkersville, MD.  Managed a group of ~20 researchers, technicians, veterinarians, and animal caretakers. Ran a research and production facility for commercialization of antibody-based reagents.  Duties included routine labeling of antibodies with various fluorescent reagents, performing quality assurance testing, and implementing a corporate move to new facilities. Researched new products and introduced the Limulus Amoebocyte Assay. Product reached over $12M in sales after ~ 6 years.

1966  Research Chemist: Campbell-Taggart Associated Bakeries, Dallas, TX. Performed research on the effects of thermostable enzymes on the process of bread hardening and staling.

1958  Analytical Chemist: Campbell-Taggart Associated Bakeries, Dallas, TX. Performed routine assays for moisture, ash, and Kjeldahl protein determination on wheat flour samples.



2004 – Guest Lecturer at Cal State, Fresno.  Lectured on role of DNA genetic typing in forensics.

2001 – Whatman Award for Outstanding Contributions to DNA Technology. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. Seattle, February 21, 2001.

2000 – present.  Member of Oversight Board for the Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory, Rockville, MD.

1996 – 2002.  Member of the Forensic Identity (FID) DNA Proficiency Testing Program, College of American Pathologists. Northfield, IL   

2000 – 2002. Workshop speaker on the topic of  “FISH, Chips, SNPs and MALDI-TOF: A DNA Vision of the Future” at three annual meetings of the College of American Pathologists: San Diego, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC.

1995-2000.  Member of the DNA Advisory Board – Federal Bureau of Investigation

1999 – 2000. Adjunct Professor, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

1994 – 1999. Guest Lecturer – Various Invitations: The American University, Catholic University, Western Maryland University, and Georgetown University.

1993. R&D 100 Awardee for development of Standard Reference Material 2390 “DNA Profiling Standard”

1993. Recipient, The Edward Bennett Rosa Award for providing quality assurance DNA profiling measurements through the development of SRM 2390.

1993. Recipient, United States Department of Commerce Silver Medal Award for Meritorious Federal Service in developing electrophoretic methods for separation of complex mixtures of biomolecules.

1986 – 1988. President, The Electrophoresis Society

1985. Recipient United States Department of Commerce Bronze Medal Award for Superior Federal Service for outstanding efforts in establishing research program in bioanalytical methods.



Journal Articles

1. Guthrie R.K. and D.J. Reeder. 1969. Membrane filter-fluorescent antibody method for detection and enumeration of bacteria in water. Appl. Microb. 17(3): 399-401.

2. Nims R.M. and D.J. Reeder. 1973. Production of hyperimmune serum with mature rabbits. Lab. Anim. Sci. 23: 391-395.

3. Reeder D.J., L.T. Sniegoski and R. Schaffer. 1978. o-Phthalaldehyde for the fluorometric assay of nonprotein amino compounds. Anal. Biochem. 86(2):490-497.

4. Doumas B.T., D.D. Bayse, K. Bauer, R.J. Carter, F. Elevitch, C.C. Garber, R.A. Graby, L.L. Hause, A. Mathes, T. Peters Jr., R.N. Rand, D.J. Reeder, S.M. Russell, R. Schaffer and J.O. Westgard. 1981. A reference method for the determination of total protein. II. Test for transferability. Clin. Chem. 27(10): 1651-1654.

5.   Christensen, R. G.; Hertz, H. S.; Reeder, D. J.; White, E. 1981.   Developments in the analysis of priority pollutants by liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry and immunoassay procedures.  Natl. Bur. Stand.  Washington,  DC,  USA.  Editor(s): Keith, Lawrence H.    Adv. Identif. Anal. Org. Pollut. Water (1)  447-53.  Publisher: Ann Arbor Sci, Ann Arbor, Mich 

6. Kline W.F., D. Enagonio, D.J. Reeder and W.E. May. 1982. Liquid chromatographic determination of valproic acid in human serum. J. Liq. Chromatogr. 5(9): 1697-1709.

7. Reeder D.J. 1985. Workshop on Electrophoresis Standardization: Approaches and Needs. NBS J. Res. 90(3): 259-262.

8. Alexander L.A., B. Budowle and D.J. Reeder. 1987. A method for routinely producing high-resolution black-and-white journal quality photographs of electrophoretic gels. Journal of Forensic Sciences 32: 1331-1341.

9.       Reeder, Dennis J. Development of electrophoresis and electrofocusing standards.  1987.  ACS Symposium Series, 335 (New Dir. Electrophor. Methods): 102-16. 

10. Reeder D.J., D.K. Hancock, J.J. Edwards and K.L. Richie. 1987. Electrophoresis society meeting hosted at NBS. NBS J. Res. 91: 157-160.

11. Williamson M.L., D.H. Atha, D.J. Reeder and P.V. Sundaram. 1989. Anti-T2 monoclonal antibody immobilization quartz fibers: stability and recognition of T2 mycotoxin. Anal. Lett. 22(4): 803-816.

12. Edwards J.J., D.J. Reeder and D.H. Atha. 1990. Separation and characterization of fibronectin domains by two-dimensional electrophoresis. Applied and Theoretical Electrophoresis 1(4): 207-212.

13. Allen, R.C., D.J. Reeder and B. Budowle. 1991. Strategies for resolution of PCR-amplified DNA in polyacrylamide gels. Crime Laboratory Digest 18: 195.

14. Reeder, D.J., and M.C. Kline. 1991. Questionable use of DNA standards for sizing PCR products in small-format gels. Crime Laboratory Digest 18: 201.

15. Allen R.C., B. Budowle and D.J. Reeder. 1993. Resolution of DNA in the presence of mobility modifying polar and nonpolar compounds by discontinuous electrophoresis on rehydratable polyacrylamide gels. Applied and Theoretical Electrophoresis 3(3-4): 173-181.

16. Hancock D.K., B. Coxon, S. Wang, E. White V, D.J. Reeder and J.M. Bellama. 1993. L-threo-beta-Hydroxyhistidine, an unprecedented iron(III) ion-binding amino acid in a pyoverdine-type siderophore from Pseudomonas fluorescens 244. J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 1993 (5): 468-470.

17. Hancock D.K. and D.J. Reeder. 1993. Analysis and configuration assignments of the amino acids in pyoverdine-type siderophore by reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography. J. Chromatogr. 646: 335-343.

18. Srinivasan K., S.C. Morris, J.E. Girard, M.C. Kline and D.J. Reeder. 1993. Enhanced detection of PCR products through use of TOTO and YOYO intercalating dyes with laser induced fluorescence - capillary electrophoresis. Applied and Theoretical Electrophoresis 3(5): 235-239.

19. Srinivasan K., J.E. Girard, P. Williams, R.K. Roby, V.W. Weedn, S.C. Morris, M.C. Kline and D.J. Reeder. 1993. Electrophoretic separations of polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-amplified DNA fragments in DNA typing using a capillary electrophoresis-laser induced fluorescence system (CE-LIF). J. Chromatogr. A. 652(1) :83-91.

20. Mudd J.L., F.S. Baechtel, D.L. Duewer, L.A. Currie, D.J. Reeder, S.D. Leigh and H.K. Liu. 1994. Interlaboratory comparison of autoradiographic DNA profiling measurements. 1. Data and summary statistics. Anal. Chem. 66(20): 3303-3317.

21. Duewer D.L., L.A. Currie, D.J. Reeder, S.D. Leigh, H.K. Liu and J.L. Mudd. 1995. Interlaboratory comparison of autoradiographic DNA profiling measurements. 2. Measurement uncertainty and its propagation. Anal. Chem. 67(7): 12220-1231.

22. Reeder D.J., M.C. Kline and K.L. Richie. 1995. An overview of reference materials prepared for standardization of DNA typing procedures. Fresenius' Journal of Analytical Chemistry 352(1-2): 246-249.

23. Kline M.C., J.W. Redman, D.J. Reeder and D.L. Duewer 1996. Intercomparison of DNA sizing ladders in electrophoretic separation matrices and their potential for accurate typing of the D1S80 locus. Applied and Theoretical Electrophoresis 6: 33-41.

24. Kline, M.C., Duewer, D.L., Newall, P.J., Redman, J.W., and Reeder, D.J. 1996. Interlaboratory evaluation of STR triplex CTT, including manual and automated methods: Understanding the differences. J. Forensic Sci. 42, 897-906.

25. Rao, C.N., Reddy, P., Liu, Y., O'Toole, E., Reeder, D.J., Foster, D.C., Kislel, W., and Woodley, D.T. 1996. Extracellular matrix-associated serine protease inhibitors (Mr=33,000, 31,000 and 27,000) are single gene products with differential glycosylation: cDNA cloning of the 33 KDA inhibitor reveals its identity to tissue factor pathway inhibitor-2. Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 335(1), 82-92.

26. Siles, B.A., Collier, G.B., Reeder, D.J., and May, W.E. 1996. The use of a new gel matrix for the separation of DNA fragments: a comparison study between slab gel electrophoresis and capillary electrophoresis. Applied and Theoretical Electrophoresis 6(1): 15-22.

27. Stolorow, A.M., Duewer, D.L., Reeder, D.J., Buel, E., and Herrin, G., Jr. 1996. Interlaboratory comparison of autoradiographic DNA profiling measurements 3.Repeatability and reproducibility of restriction fragment length polymorphism band sizing, particularly bands of molecular size >10K base pairs. Anal. Chem. 68(11), 1941-1947.

28. Duewer D.L., L.A. Currie, D.J. Reeder, S.D. Leigh, J.J. Filliben, H-K. Liu and J.L. Mudd. 1997. Interlaboratory comparison of autoradiographic DNA profiling measurements. 4. Protocol effects. Anal. Chem. 69(10): 1882-1892.

29. Kline M.C., D.L. Duewer, P.J. Newall, J.W. Redman, D.J. Reeder, M. Richard. 1997. Interlaboratory evaluation of STR triplex CTT, including manual and automated methods: Understanding the differences. J.Forensic Sci. 42(5): 897-906.

30. Butler J.M., M.R. Wilson, D.J. Reeder. 1998. Rapid Mitochondrial DNA Typing Using Restriction Enzyme Digestion of PCR Amplicons Followed by Capillary Electrophoresis Separation with Laser-Induced Fluorescence Detection. Electrophoresis 19(1): 119-124.

31. Duewer D.L., S.A. Lalonde, R.A. Aubin, R.M. Fourney, D.J. Reeder. 1998. Interlaboratory comparison of autoradiographic DNA profiling measurements: Precision and concordance. Journal of Forensic Sciences 43(3): 465-471.

32. O'Connell, C. D., Juhasz, A., Kuo, C., Reeder, D. J., and Hoon, D. S. 1998. Detection of tyrosinase mRNA in melanoma by reverse transcription-PCR and electrochemiluminescence. Clin.Chem. 44(6 Pt 1): 1161-1169.

33. Levin, B. C., Cheng, H., and Reeder, D. J. 1999. A human mitochondrial DNA standard reference material for quality control in forensic identification, medical diagnosis, and mutation detection. Genomics. 55(2): 135-146.

34. Duewer, David L.; Liu, Hung-Kung; Reeder, Dennis J. 1999.  Graphical tools for RFLP measurement quality assurance: single-locus charts.  J.Forensic Sci. 44(5): 969-977. 

35. Gary, K. T., Duewer, D. L., and Reeder, D. J. 1999. Graphical tools for RFLP measurement quality assurance: laboratory performance charts. J.Forensic Sci. 44(5): 978-982.

36. Reeder, D. J. 1999. Impact of DNA typing on standards and practice in the forensic community. Arch.Pathol.Lab Med. 123(11): 1063-1065.

37.   Richie, K. L., Goldsborough, M. D., Darfler, M. M., Benzinger, E. A., Lovekamp, M. L., Reeder, D. J., and O'Connell, C. D. 1999.  Long PCR for VNTR analysis.  J.Forensic Sci. 44(6): 1176-1185.

38.  Duewer, David L.; Richie, Kristy L.; Reeder, Dennis J. 2000. RFLP band size standards: NIST Standard Reference Material 2390.  J.Forensic Sci. 45(5): 1093-1105. 

39. Duewer, David L.; Gary, Kenneth T.; Reeder, Dennis J. 2000.  RFLP band size standards: Cell line K562 values from 1991 to 1997 proficiency studies.  J.Forensic Sci.  45(5): 1106-1118. 

40. Rao, C. N.; Reddy, Prasad; Reeder, Dennis J.; Liu, Yueying; Stack, Sharon M.; Kisiel, W.; Woodley, David T. 2000. Prokaryotic Expression, Purification, and Reconstitution of Biological Activities (Antiprotease, Antitumor, and Heparin-Binding) for Tissue Factor Pathway Inhibitor-2.    Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 276(3): 1286-1294. 

41. Duewer, David L.; Kline, Margaret C.; Redman, Janette W.; Newall, Pamela J.; Reeder, Dennis J. 2001. NIST mixed stain studies #1 and #2: Interlaboratory comparison of DNA quantification practice and short tandem repeat multiplex performance with multiple-source samples.  J.Forensic Sci. 46(5): 1199-1210. 

42. Akbasak, Bulbin S.; Budowle, Bruce; Reeder, Dennis J.; Redman, Janette; Kline, Margaret C. 2001. Turkish population data with the CODIS multiplex short tandem repeat loci. Forensic Science International 123(2-3): 227-229. 

43. Ruitberg, C.M., Reeder, D.J., Butler, J.M. 2001. STRBase: a short tandem repeat DNA database for the human identity testing community. Nucleic Acids Res. 29: 320-322.

44. Budowle, B., Collins,P.J., Dimsoski, P., Ganong, C.K., Hennessy, L.K., Leibelt, C.S., Rao-Coticone, S., and Reeder, D. 2001. Population data on the STR loci D2S1338 and D19S433. Forensic Sci. Commun. (3): 3

45. Leibelt, C., Budowle, B. Collins, P. Daoudi,Y., Moretti, T., Nunn, G., Reeder, D., and Roby, R.  2003. Identification of a D8S1179 primer binding site mutation and the validation of a primer designed to recover null alleles. Forensic Science International 133(3): 220-227.

46. Prasad T. Reddy, C. Rama Prasad, P. Hemalatha Reddy, Dennis Reeder, Keith McKenney, Howard Jaffe, Mariana N. Dimitrova, Ann Ginsburg, Alan Peterkofsky, and P. Suryanarayana Murthy. 2003. Cloning and expression of the gene for a novel protein from Mycobacterium smegmatis with functional similarity to eukaryotic calmodulin. J. Bacteriology. 185(17) 5263-5268.

47. Ballou, Susan; Goodpaster, John; MacCrehan, William; Reeder, Dennis. 2003. Forensic Analysis.  Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 376 (8), 1149-1150.

48. Collins, P., Hennessy, L., Liebelt, C., Roby, R., Reeder, D., Foxall, P. 2004. Developmental validation of a single-tube amplification of the 13 CODIS STR loci, D2S1338, D19S433 and Amelogenin: the AmpFlSTR Identifiler PCR Amplification Kit. J.Forensic Sci. 49 (6) 1165-1277.

49. Bulbin Sunar-Reeder, Donald H. Atha, Songul Aydemir, Dennis J. Reeder, Lois Tully, Abraham R. Khan and Catherine D. O`Connell. 2004.  Use of Tp53 Reference Materials to Validate Mutations in Clinical Tissue Specimens by Single-Strand Conformational Polymorphism.  Molecular Diagnosis 8 (2) 123-130.

50. Ozdemir,Ilknur; Aydemir,Songul; Reeder, Dennis J.; Reeder, Bulbin Sunar. 2005. Effect of exogenous melatonin on adriamycin-induced hepatotoxicity and antioxidant enzymes.  Submitted for publication in J. Pineal Research

51. Aydemir, Songul; Ozdemir, Ilknur, Reeder, Bulbin Sunar; Kocak, Gulendam and Reeder, Dennis J. 2005.  Role of exogeneous melatonin in preventing adriamycin-induced changes in antioxidant enzyme levels in rat heart. Submitted for publication in J. Pineal Research

52. Cormier, K., Calandro, L. Reeder, D. 2005. Evolution of the quality assurance documents for DNA laboratories. Forensic Magazine 2 (1) 16-19, February/March 2005

53. Cormier, K., Calandro, L. Reeder, D. 2005. Biological Evidence: Maintaining Integrity of DNA Samples Through National Standards.  Forensic Magazine.  2 (2) 18-21, April/May 2005

54. Cormier, K., Calandro, L. Reeder, D. 2005. Evolution of DNA Evidence for Crime Solving – A Judicial and Legislative History.  Forensic Magazine 2(3) 15-18, June/July 2005

55. Aydemir, Songul., Sunar-Reeder, Bulbin., Reeder, Dennis J. 2005. TP53 mutations on Exon 5 and Exon 8 in Endometrial and Cervical Carcinoma. Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology  Submitted for publication.


Book Chapters

1. Cali J.P., P.D. LaFleur, D.J. Reeder, R. Schaffer, G.A. Uriano and R.A. Velapoldi. 1978. National Bureau of Standards Position Paper. In: Boutwell J.H. ed. A National Understanding for the Development of Reference Materials and Methods for Clinical Chemistry. Washington, DC, American Association for Clinical Chemistry, Inc. 289-311.

2. Reeder D.J., D.P. Enagonio, R.G. Christensen and R. Schaffer. 1979. Development of a standard reference material for antiepilepsy drugs in serum. In: Hertz H.S. and S.N. Chesler, eds. National Bureau of Standards Special Publication 519, Trace Organic Analysis: A New Frontier in Analytical Chemistry, Proceedings of the 9th Materials Research Symposium, April 10-13, 1978. Washington, DC, U.S. Government Printing Office. 447-453.

3. Reeder D.J. 1980. Place of reference materials and reference methods in the evaluation of drug effects. In: Siest G., J.G. Salway, D. Reeder, N. Tryding, C.A. Dujovne and F.W. Sunderman, eds. Drug Effects on Laboratory Test Results, Developments in Clinical Biochemistry 2. The Hague/Boston/London, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. 49-57.

4. Christensen R.G., H.S. Hertz, D.J. Reeder and E. White V. 1981. Developments in the analysis of priority pollutants by liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry and immunoassay procedures. In: Keith L.H. ed. Advances in the Identification and Analysis of Organic Pollutants in Water, I. Ann Arbor, MI, Ann Arbor Science Publishers. 447-453.

5. Reeder D.J. 1987. Development of electrophoresis and electrofocusing standards. In: Jorgenson J.W. and M. Phillips, eds. New Directions in Electrophoretic Methods. ACS Symposium Series No. 335. Washington,DC, American Chemical Society. 102-116.

6.  Grabbe, Edith S.; Reeder, Dennis J. 1991. Characterization of adsorbed protein layers on thin nylon films with fluorescence energy transfer between protein and nylon:  a method for biosensor analysis.  Natl. Inst. Stand. Technol.,  Gaithersburg,  MD,  USA.    Special Publication - Royal Society of Chemistry  vol. 94 (Spectrosc. Biol. Mol.),  321-2. 

7. Butler J.M., and D.J. Reeder. 1998. Capillary electrophoretic separation of DNA fragments. In: Tietz D, ed. Nucleic Acids Electrophoresis. Springer-Verlag: Berlin, Germany, Chapter 7, pp. 170-192.

8. Levin, B.C., and D.J. Reeder. 2000. Reference Materials for DNA Analysis. In: M. Stoeppler, W.R. Wolf and P.J. Jenks, eds. Reference Materials for Chemical Analysis – Certification, Availability and Proper Usage.  Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, New York, Chichester, Brisbane, Singapore, Toronto.  pp. 160-170.

9. Butler, J.M. and Reeder, D.J. 2001. Detection of DNA polymorphisms using PCR-RFLP and capillary electrophoresis.  Methods in Molecular Biology: Capillary Electrophoresis of Nucleic Acids (Mitchelson, K.R. and Cheng, J., eds.), Humana Press: Totowa, New Jersey, Vol. 2, pp. 49-56.


Published Abstracts/Proceedings/Posters/Talks

Over 48 since 1964 – not listed herein.

Federal Government Published Reports

1. Schaffer R., R.A. Velapoldi and D.J. Reeder. 1979. Final Report on FDA Contract No. 74-58 (0), for the period of October 1977 to September 1978. NBSIR 79-1797

2. Reeder, D. J.; Enagonio, D. P.; Christensen, R. G.; Schaffer, R. 1979. Development of a standard reference material for antiepilepsy drugs in serum. NBS Special Publication (United States)  (1979), 519 (Trace Org. Anal.: New Front. Anal. Chem.), 447-53.

3. Schaffer R., R.A. Velapoldi and D.J. Reeder. 1979. Final Report on FDA Contract No. 74-58 (0) for the period of October 1978 to March 1979. NBSIR 79-1798

4. Schaffer, Robert; Reeder, Dennis J. 1980. Standard reference material for antiepilepsy drugs in serum.   NBS Special Publication (United States), 572 (Natl. Meas. Lab. Tech. Highlights, 1979), 104-6.

5. Howell B.F., S. Chesler, L. Hilpert and D.J. Reeder. 1981. Low Molecular Weight Leachables from Medical Grade Polymers. NBSIR-81-2436. National Bureau of Standards, Gaithersburg, MD. 1-36.

6. Reeder D.J., B. Coxon, D. Enagonio, R.G. Christensen, B.F. Howell, R.C. Paule, J. Mandel and R. Schaffer. 1981. NBS Special Publication 260-72: SRM 900, Antiepilepsy Drug Level Assay Standard. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 1-83.

7. Reeder, D.J., B. Coxon, D. Enagonio, R.G. Christiensen, B.F. Howell.  1981.  Natl. Bur. Stand., Washington DC, USA, Avail NTIS. Report NBS/SP260-72; 79 pages Order No. PB81-220758 from: Gov. Rep. Announce. Index (U.S.) 1981 81(23)4861.

8.  Bowers Jr. G.N., R. Alvarez, J.P. Cali, K.R. Eberhardt, D.J. Reeder, R. Schaffer, G.A. Uriano, R. Elser, L.M. Ewen, R.B. McComb, R. Rej and L.M. Shaw. 1983. The measurement of the catalytic (activity) concentration of seven enzymes in NBS human serum SRM 909. NBS Special Publication 260-83. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington,D.C. 1-108.

9. Anonymous (written by Reeder D.J.) 1986. Proceedings of the 1986 Meeting of the Americas Branch of the electrophoresis society, March 16-28, 1986. NBSIR-86/3345. National Bureau of Standards, Gaithersburg, MD. 1-172.


1.      Reeder D.J. 1966. Low potential coupling of formate oxidation to urate reduction in purified extracts of Clostridium cylindrosporum. M. S. Thesis, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT

2.   Reeder D.J. 1970. The immune response of guinea pigs as influenced by hypobaric pressure and normoxic environment. Dissertation Abstracts, Ann Arbor, MI 5113-B:


Miscellaneous Publications

1. Edwards J.J., L. Alexander and D.J. Reeder. 1987. Evaluation of the Visage System for Automated Protein Quantification Analysis in 2-D Gels. Publication A-1: BioImage, Ann Arbor, MI

2. Reeder D.J. 1991. Forward (Introduction to Journal Volume). J. Res. NIST 96(1):i

3. Reeder D.J. 1995. DNA testing Survey takes hold in crime laboratories. CAP Today 9:55-56.

4. Butler, J.M. and Reeder, D.J.  STRBase;
The most comprehensive and widely used internet database on forensic DNA typing involving short tandem repeat markers. Web site launched in July 1997.




Matrix modification for electrophoretic separation of nucleic acids or polypeptides.     Allen, Robert C.; Reeder, Dennis J.  (United States Dept. of Commerce, USA).    U.S.  (1994),     16 pp.  CODEN: USXXAM  US  5354442  A  19941011  Patent  written in English.    Application: US  92-886289  19920521. 

Patent Number: US 5354442            Date: 199941011


Separation medium for capillary electrophoresis.     Siles, Barbara A.; Reeder, Dennis J.; Collier, Bruce G.  (Siles, Barbara A., USA; Reeder, Dennis J.; Collier, Bruce G.).    PCT Int. Appl.  (1997),    24 pp.  CODEN: PIXXD2  WO  9707395  A1  19970227  Designated States W: CA, JP, KR.  Designated States RW: AT, BE, CH, DE, DK, ES, FI, FR, GB, GR, IE, IT, LU, MC, NL, PT, SE.  Patent  written in English.    Application: WO  96-US12765  19960812.  Priority: US  95-2575.  CAN 126:209295    AN 1997:231150