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by S. D. J. Pena,R. Chakraborty,Jorg T. Epplen,A. J. Jeffreys

Free eBook DNA Fingerprinting: State of the Science (Exs, No 67) download ISBN: 0817629068
Author: S. D. J. Pena,R. Chakraborty,Jorg T. Epplen,A. J. Jeffreys
Publisher: Birkhauser; 1 edition (October 1, 1993)
Language: English
Pages: 465
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Subcategory: Medicine and Health Sciences
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DNA fingerprinting had a well-defined birthday. In the March 7, 1985 issue of Nature, Alec Jeffreys and coworkers described the first develop­ ment ofmu1tilocus probes capable of simultaneously reveal. Part of the Progress in Systems and Control Theory book series (EXS).

In Pena SDJ, Chakraborty R, Epplen JT, Jeffreys AJ (Eds), DNA fingerprinting: State of the Science. Basel: Birkhäuser VerlagGoogle Scholar

In Pena SDJ, Chakraborty R, Epplen JT, Jeffreys AJ (Eds), DNA fingerprinting: State of the Science. Basel: Birkhäuser VerlagGoogle Scholar. Bellamy RJ, Inglehearn CF, Jalili IK, Jeffreys AJ, Bhattacharya SS (1991) Increased band sharing in DNA fingerprints of an inbred human population.

This is followed by an extensive discussion of the controversial issue of the population genetics of tandem repeat polymorphisms and the utilization of DNA fingerprinting in paternity testing and criminal analysis.

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With DNA fingerprinting, Alec J. Jeffreys, a geneticist at the University of Leicester, was able to. .DNA Fingerprinting: State of the Science. DNA fingerprinting had a well-defined birthday

With DNA fingerprinting, Alec J. Jeffreys, a geneticist at the University of Leicester, was able to show that there was only one chance in tens of billions that the boy was not the woman's son. After reflecting o. January 1993 · EXS. DNA fingerprinting had a well-defined birthday. In the March 7, 1985 issue of Nature, Alec Jeffreys and coworkers described the first develop­ ment ofmu1tilocus probes capable of simultaneously revealing hypervari­ ability at many loci in the human genome and called the procedure DNA fingerprinting. It was a royal birth in the best British tradition.

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cle{alspecificO, title {Individual-specific ‘fingerprints’ of human DNA}, author {Alec John Jeffreys and Victoria Wilson and Swee Lay Thein}, journal {Nature}, year {1985}, volume {316}, pages {76-79} }. Alec John Jeffreys, Victoria Wilson, Swee. Alec John Jeffreys, Victoria Wilson, Swee Lay Thein. Published in Nature 1985. Simple tandem-repetitive regions of DNA (or ‘minisatellites’) which are dispersed in the human genome frequently show substantial length polymorphism arising from unequal exchanges which alter the number of short tandem repeats in a minisatellite1–4.

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