Forensic DNA Profiling
Forensic DNA Profiling

DNA Forensics explains the subject of modern DNA profiling in straightforward language, and is aimed at readers with little background in science or biotechnology. A valuable resource for people needing to be informed about the methods, uses, and shortcomings of DNA profiling, it introduces basic concepts of genetics and biotechnology in the context of one of the most important developments in modern criminal investigation.

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Forensic DNA Testing
Forensic DNA Testing
Forensic DNA testing is typically used to identify/verify unknown biological evidence. Forensic samples are generally described as "non-standard" samples, such as Blood and blood stains (e.g. dried blood on garments, carpet, bedding, bandages, etc.), Seminal or vaginal fluid and dried stains (e.g. found on undergarments, bedding, clothing, etc.).Hair with roots intact and Licked envelopes and stamps, used drinking cups.
Purpose of Forensic DNA Testing
Forensic DNA Testing is done for Evidence Examination to determine origin of DNA, Expert Witness Testimony (following examination of evidence) to interpret results of DNA testing, for Semen Detection & Infidelity Testing for criminal cases, or private purposes where an individual may question fidelity of his/her spouse, for Laboratory Sample Verification of a patient's and a lab's sample (e.g. pathology lab) and comparison, to avoid misdiagnosis due to sample switch and for Missing Children/Persons by Comparing reference DNA samples and unknown DNA samples.
DNA Testing
DNA Testing
DNA testing is the most accurate and conclusive method of verifying biological relationships. For this reason, the USCIS and U.S. embassies often request that immigration petitioners undergo DNA testing to provide evidence of their claimed relationship with potential immigration beneficiaries.
DNA Profiling
DNA profiling is a way of establishing identity and is used in a variety of ways, such as for determining twins to be identical or fraternal, and for many other family-relationship identifications. DNA samples can be obtained from blood, buccal swab, hair root, saliva, semen and much more.
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