DNA Identification

DNA Identification

DNA profile is typically 13 or so loci: ({13, 15}, {28, 28}, {8, 10},..). Alleles vary greatly in frequency, average being around 1/5. The average match probability between unrelated people is therefore 0.1 per locus, 10-13 for a profile. Hence near-certain association of criminals with crimes. DNA Identification is widely used by law enforcement and has been standardized for use in the FBI's national DNA database-CODIS

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Overview of DNA Identification
Overview of DNA Identification
DNA Identification provides a permanent means of conclusively identifying a person. Photos, footprints, and fingerprints can change over time, but an individuals DNA profile remains unchanged.
DNA Identification Profile
DNA Identification Profile
Persons whose work environment poses increased exposure or risk: Families who want a method to identify members under any circumstances, People who want a method to evaluate kinship as part of their estate planning.
DNA Nanotechnology
DNA nanotechnology uses the unique molecular recognition properties of DNA and other nucleic acids to create self-assembling branched DNA complexes with useful properties. DNA is thus used as a structural material rather than as a carrier of biological information. This has led to the creation of two-dimensional periodic lattices (both tile-based as well as using the "DNA origami" method) as well as three-dimensional structures in the shapes of polyhedra.
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