Basic issues in forensic DNA typing.

@article{Schneider1997BasicII,
  title={Basic issues in forensic DNA typing.},
  author={Peter M Schneider},
  journal={Forensic science international},
  year={1997},
  volume={88 1},
  pages={17-22}
}
DNA analysis has become the standard method in forensic stain typing (termed DNA profiling). In contrast to conventional serological methods, any human tissue or body fluid can be analysed by DNA profiling as long as it contains nucleated cells. The majority of genetic systems studied at the DNA level are derived from "non-coding" portions from the human genome, and are located either in the vicinity of expressed (coding) genes or in stretches of DNA sequences interspersing with the genes. The… CONTINUE READING

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