What is DNA Profiling

What is DNA Profiling

To understand DNA profiling, you first have to know that large portions of any single person's DNA are the same as every other person's. Because we're all human beings, a large chunk of our DNA is dedicated to our species-specific traits - we have feet instead of hooves, skin instead of scales, etc. But other sections - or fragments - of human DNA are unique to the individual. These fragments are called polymorphic because they vary in shape from person to person. Essentially, DNA profiling is the process of separating an individual's unique, polymorphic, fragments from the common ones.

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DNA Profiling Services
DNA Profiling Services
DNA profiling services for those who would like a record of their DNA profile. A DNA profile is like a genetic fingerprint—it is very unique to an individual and can thus be used for identification.
DNA
In most living organisms (except for viruses), genetic information is stored in the molecule deoxyribonucleic acid, or DNA. DNA is made and resides in the nucleus of living cells. DNA gets its name from the sugar molecule contained in its backbone (deoxyribose); however, it gets its significance from its unique structure.
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, Licked envelopes and stamps, used drinking cups
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