DNA fingerprint

NOUN
  1. biometric identification obtained by examining a person's unique sequence of DNA base pairs; often used for evidence in criminal law cases
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  • The present invention discloses vegetable soybean DNA fingerprint map and its constituting method and application.
  • Methods: Analyse the DNA fingerprints of two vareties of Lonicera japonica by RAPD.
  • June 23rd, 2006 at 2: 19 am mtDNA is mitochondrial DNA & is distinct from nuclear DNA. mtDNA codes only for the proteins of the mitochondrion, the cell organelle responsible for oxidative phosphorylation, & plays no role in heredity other than this. mtDNA is derived only from the ovum & is used in forensic DNA fingerprinting. kim Says: Zorse – The Zebra Horse Hybrid
  • The new “DNA fingerprint” test of a cell can spot from a genetic signature that a condition, such as cystic fibrosis, is present, the scientists behind it say. Think Progress » Court expands review of ‘partial birth’ abortion.
  • Penumbra's special correspondent investigates the secrets of life and of adulterine children, using DNA fingerprinting.
  • DNA fingerprint is a laboratory procedure that requires several steps.
  • DNA fingerprinting has proved the clincher in this investigation.
  • WARREN: DNA fingerprinting in the future will allow for what we call personalized medicine, where an individual comes in and we can take some of their blood, analyze their DNA, see what kind of disorders they might be prone to. CNN Transcript Jan 16, 2005
  • DNA fingerprinting patterns showed a great difference from sputum and pus specimens of the same patient.
  • DNA fingerprinting has proved the clincher in this investigation.
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