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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. The pounds 5,000 project has been funded by Communities Against Drugs.
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.
Analysis of relatedness in California condors from DNA fingerprints. Molecular Biology and Evolution 10:571-589.
The researchers grouped 1,359 TB patients into clusters according to their bacterial DNA fingerprints. The first patient to be diagnosed in each cluster was considered the source--direct or indirect--for all other cases in the group.
First used in court eight years ago, DNA fingerprints are a record of a person's genetic makeup.
DNA fingerprints were generated using wild type single-stranded M13mp11 (Vassart et al.
We have found That 51 Choleraesuis isolates from humans and swine had the same or similar DNA fingerprints, which suggests that human infections were derived from pigs (2).
Sizing bands on autoradiograms: A study of precision for scoring DNA fingerprints. Electrophoresis 12:210-220.
However, the panel recommended stricter standards to ensure the accuracy and proper interpretation of DNA fingerprints as the technology becomes more widely used.
tuberculosis isolates with matching DNA fingerprints were epidemiologically related and represented recent transmission of M.
All the pelts' DNA fingerprints matched those of either gray wolves or coyotes.