genetic fingerprinting


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genetic fingerprinting

genetic fingerprinting

See DNA FINGERPRINTING.

genetic fingerprinting

see FINGERPRINTING.
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Genetic fingerprinting uses a part of our DNA that varies a great deal between individuals, called 'microsatellites'.
The science of genetic fingerprinting or DNA profiling is the most hi-tech tool being used by police in South Wales.
The man, who could be a cross- dresser, has been linked to the unsolved cases by DNA, or genetic fingerprinting.
In the US, defence attorneys have managed to discredit a number of prosecutions based on such genetic fingerprinting.
New techniques, known as genetic fingerprinting, enable DNA to be identified from degradable material - such as hair and nails.
At least one attacker in the Republic has started using condoms, meaning that high-tech DNA genetic fingerprinting tests are rendered useless.
The Northern Ireland Office indicates it does not plan to use PCR with genetic fingerprinting, and if suspects are not willing to submit to a swab, it's highly unlikely they will accommodate a request for a saliva sample.
Genetic fingerprinting - Alec Jeffreys' development in 1985 at the University of Leicester of a reliable way to detect differences in individuals' DNA 3.
Abu Dhabi The Date Palm Research and Development Unit of UAE University has launched a genetic fingerprinting molecular laboratory for identifying date palm varieties.
said it had used advanced genetic fingerprinting to "prove for the first time
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.