Paternity analysis when the putative father is missing: first case in Chile.

@article{Jorquera1999PaternityAW,
  title={Paternity analysis when the putative father is missing: first case in Chile.},
  author={Hugo Jorquera and Luc{\'i}a O Cifuentes and Fermin Moreno and Eglis Aguirre},
  journal={Journal of forensic sciences},
  year={1999},
  volume={44 3},
  pages={627-9}
}
Genetic marker analysis is a powerful tool for solving paternity-related problems when the putative father is missing. This report describes the first time this approach was employed in Chile to solve such a problem. In the case presented, the alleged father was missing as a result of the political detentions that took place in Chile during 1973. It was not possible to obtain any biological sample from him because he was missing. Thus, the case was resolved by means of genetic marker analysis… CONTINUE READING

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