genetic fingerprinting


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genetic fingerprinting

genetic fingerprinting

See DNA FINGERPRINTING.

genetic fingerprinting

see FINGERPRINTING.
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The science of genetic fingerprinting or DNA profiling is the most hi-tech tool being used by police in South Wales.
Genetic fingerprinting can be used at any stage of the herbal manufacturing process, but it is especially suited to the seedling level.
They now are honing their skills in a series of DNA test runs in preparation for the day, within a year, that they will begin genetic fingerprinting in earnest.
Biological materials at the scene of the crime--hair, blood, semen, or skin cells--have previously been the "evidence" needed by researchers to employ genetic fingerprinting.
The revolutionary techniques of genetic fingerprinting has meant convictions, long after they committed their crimes, for the evil men who mistakenly thought they had escaped detection.
Professor Sir Alec Jeffreys was named Great Briton of the Year for his work in genetic fingerprinting.
Professor Peter Braude developed the technique -similar to the genetic fingerprinting used by police - at Guy's Hospital in London.
Rapist Robert Melias is the first person convicted through the use of genetic fingerprinting using DNA.
Watson staunchly supports virtually all lines of DNA research, including controversial ones such as genetic modification of crops and genetic fingerprinting.