genetic fingerprinting

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Synonyms for genetic fingerprinting

the procedure of analyzing the DNA in samples of a person's body tissue or body fluid for the purpose of identification

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DNA matching Sloan's was found on the mouthpiece of a River Rock water bottle found in the bunker.
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Police allege DNA matching his was found on the grip of the .
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But for the police, DNA matching - now running at 3,000 a month - is an essential new weapon in the fight against crime.
The absence of DNA matching does not disturb the parents or the church leader, because it is a "miracle".
The DNA matching is being done under the California Cold Hit grant program.
Mr Blunkett will stress that DNA matching is an enormously helpful tool in solving crime, which is being increasingly used.
For the analysis of users' DNA tests and the DNA matching, MyHeritage is working with long-time partner and global leader in genealogy DNA, Family Tree DNA.
DNA matching parts of Sinclair's genetic profile were recovered from a knot on a belt used to bind Helen Scott's wrists.
The jury also heard DNA matching both Crispin's and Eleni's was found on a glove imprint in blood on the safe.