DNA Processing
The incredible power of DNA technology as an identification tool had brought a tremendous change in criminal justice.  DNA database is an information resource for the forensic community with details on commonly used short tandem repeat (STR) DNA markers. The advent of DNA profiling identification has revolutionized the science of crime detection. This technique when performed according to strict guidelines is highly reliable in convicting criminals and, equally importantly, helps in exonerating innocent individuals. This short explanation here with some outlines of the techniques used in forensic DNA profiling and other forensic investigative methods. Is necessarily to inform readers about the importance of National DNA Database. Overview The term DNA profiling is applied to the scientific process whereby samples of DNA are collected from people [offenders,arrestees and etc], collated and match with other samples of DNA, which may have been found at the scene of a crime. Statistically there is a one in sixty-four billion chance that any two unrelated individuals would have same comparable DNA: Comparable DNA is the sample that has certain attributes similar to that of another person but is not identical. This can be used as evidence in a court of law however most defence or prosecution counsels would tend not to rely heavily on it if there are only certain similarities. Methods of DNA Profiling Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism.(RFLP) Short Tandem Repeat Test  (STR Test ) Polymerase Chain Reaction  (PCR) RapidHit [Latest & Advanced] (1) RFLP:  Is one of the most common DNA profiling procedures that used special enzymes to cut segments of DNA sample from which DNA profile extracted. The procedure of RFLP focuses on repetitious sequences of DNA 'bases' which vary greatly from individual to individual. (2) STR Test: Short Tandem Repeat Test separate DNA segments and counts the number of repeats at a number of different DNA sites “Loci” normally about thirteen of them.  (3) PCR:  Polymerase Chain Reaction is another test - that can create multiple copies of the DNA sequence using as little as fifty molecules; this procedure can help to produce a usable DNA sample from a single human hair. (4) RapidHit Machines: Are the modern forensic technologies that sampling and analyse DNA samples and produce a final result within minutes. The advantages of these technologies don’t require human interventions or a trained person, what they need is just input samples.  Thank to BioNET  and  INTEGENX the two biotechnology firms that have revolutionized the DNA profile procedures which normally the traditional method takes several months or year to produce same result. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………
How DNA Profiling Works.
DNA profiling is a process of creating a physical or digitalz ID that represent a biological blue-print of human being.
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