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If any property is stolen, police will be able to trace the owner by using UV light to read the invisible but unique DNA fingerprint.
Each bacterial substrain has a unique rep-PCR DNA fingerprint, a molecular version of the UPC barcodes used in grocery stores.
To identify occurrences and sources of cross-contamination, it also is important for mycobacteriology laboratories to determine the DNA fingerprint pattern of the M.
Thus far DNA fingerprints have been researched on 40 varieties grown in California.
These successful studies in three neurological disorders suggest that when specialized nerve cells die, they leave behind unique DNA fingerprints characteristic of the cell of origin.
The researchers grouped 1,359 TB patients into clusters according to their bacterial DNA fingerprints.
First used in court eight years ago, DNA fingerprints are a record of a person's genetic makeup.
Thus, it was possible to undertake a preliminary pedigree analysis of inheritance of silvereye minisatellite loci and to assess the usefulness of DNA fingerprints in quantifying genetic relatedness between randomly selected individuals.
tuberculosis isolates with matching DNA fingerprints were epidemiologically related and represented recent transmission of M.
However, the panel recommended stricter standards to ensure the accuracy and proper interpretation of DNA fingerprints as the technology becomes more widely used.