DNA Forensic Testing
DNA Forensic Testing

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DNA Forensic
DNA Forensic
The standards describe the quality assurance requirements that a laboratory, which is defined as a facility in which forensic DNA testing is performed, should follow to ensure the quality and integrity of the data and competency of the laboratory. DNAEXAM – 800dnaexam.com provides effective and cost effective DNA forensic testing service. These standards do not preclude the participation of a laboratory, by itself or in collaboration with others, in research and development, on procedures that have not yet been validated.
DNA Testing
Over 100 years ago fingerprinting because the most accurate way to place a suspect at the scene of the crime. The technique was revolutionary and put many criminals behind bars. Now, however, a newer and more accurate method is being used: DNA testing and it’s just as revolutionary, if not more so.
DNA Forensic Analysis
DNA Forensic Analysis
The molecular biology of DNA forensic analysis was first developed by Dr. Alec Jeffrey’s (now Professor Sir Alec Jeffrey’s) for a sexual assault case in England. The terms 'DNA Fingerprinting' and 'DNA profiling' now all refer to the same technique.  Dr. Jeffrey’s discovered that the repeated DNA structures he was studying had the same core sequences: the variation he observed was unique to each individual.  When this approach was applied on a slightly larger scale, each individual would have a unique pattern, distinguishable from all others.  This forms the basis of current DNA forensic testing.
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