DNA fingerprinting

@article{Taylor1989DNAF,
  title={DNA fingerprinting},
  author={G. Taylor},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1989},
  volume={340},
  pages={672-672}
}
  • G. Taylor
  • Published 1989
  • Medicine
  • Nature
  • Each of us has the same chemical structure of DNA. But there are millions of differences in the DNA sequence of base pairs symbolized as A, T, C, G. This makes the uniqueness among us so that each of us except twins is different from each other genetically. DNA sequence thus can be just like a fingerprint to identify every person entirely. But there are so many base pairs in DNA sequences that it is hard and time-consuming to read out all the sequences. Scientists have developed many techniques… CONTINUE READING

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