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Synonyms for DNA fingerprint

biometric identification obtained by examining a person's unique sequence of DNA base pairs

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Influence of sampling on estimates of clustering and recent transmission of Mycobacterium tuberculosis derived from DNA fingerprinting techniques.
coli O157:H7 latex test (Remel, Lenexa, KS), and subtyped by DNA fingerprinting using PFGE (8).
In at least one case already DNA fingerprinting has been used to settle a dispute.
Construction of dna fingerprinting and transgenic crops monitoring laboratory (dftcml) building at state seed farm, Amaravathi in guntur district
THE use of advanced DNA fingerprinting technology, which is used in forensic medicine for solving criminal cases, helped in detecting the first Ebola virus carrier in India who has been quarantined at the Delhi airport.
However, Sir Alec Jeffreys, a pioneer of DNA fingerprinting (and therefore a bit more knowledgeable on the matter than Edwards), recently came out against Edwards' finding.
We learn to appreciate the art and science of facial reconstruction, now including both Copernicus and Henri IV of France (although not referred to by Williams) in this virtual three-dimensional museum, as well as the sophisticated analysis of DNA fingerprinting.
coli isolates that, based on DNA fingerprinting, they could not assign to any of the 6 clonal groups.
DNA fingerprinting of iWGA aliquots was performed with nonstained HT-29 cells at the level of 10 pooled cells and 5 pooled cells (see Table 1 in the online Data Supplement).
The new man in charge of Michelin in the UK is planning a winter tyre revolution Page 7 A welcome boost for the pottery industry with the production of the commemorative range to mark the royal wedding Page 13 We look back at the stories that made headlines this year Pages 14 & 15 Strike action, snow and the regular Christmas increase in waste has left Birmingham's streets pile high with black bags Page 18 The scientist who pioneered DNA fingerprinting has added his voice to demands to keep the Solihullbased FSS open Page 19 Birmingham law students have gained a new perspective on life while visting death row inmates in the US Page 21
Owing to concerns that the bacteria was being spread from farm to farm, an investigation using serotyping and DNA fingerprinting was performed.
Sir Alec Jeffreys, who discovered DNA fingerprinting, and his team in the Department of Genetics at the University of Leicester have demonstrated the remarkable influence of a particular gene on the development of diversity in humans.
This lesson utilizes the RFLP (restriction fragment length polymorphism) approach to DNA fingerprinting (Jeffreys et al.
Using specialist diagnostic equipment, the laboratory will be able to carry out advanced DNA fingerprinting tests to confirm the different strains of C.