DNA Fingerprinting: An Introductionby Lorne T. Kirby, Kirby
Pub. Date: 09/28/1993
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
DNA fingerprinting is a revolutionary technique that enables law enforcement agencies, diagnostic laboratories and research scientists to identify minute pieces of tissue, to determine parentage and other biological family relationships. This is a study of its applications.
Table of ContentsIntroduction; genetic principles; laboratory organization; specimens; DNA amplification; analysis techniques; probes, allele mutations, and restriction enzymes; statistical analysis and data processing; quality control; legal and ethical considerations; case applications; DNA identity profiling - an overview.
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