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How is genetic fingerprinting carried out??
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Mostly i think..

You use polymorphic DNA markers such as RFLPs, VNTRs, STPs or STRs. CODIS (what the FBI use) actually use 13 STR (short tandeem repeats) on 14 of hte human chromosomes to detect it. All these (RFLPs, VNTRs, etc) are unique to individual people (besides monozygotic twins) so the fingerprint will be unique to each person depending on their polymorphisms
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Genetic-finger printing is otherwise called had [Only registered users see links. ].
DNA profiling is a molecular testing method used to uniquely identify people and other organisms. In many ways, it is similar to blood typing and fingerprinting, and it is sometimes called "DNA fingerprinting." Because every organism's DNA is unique, DNA can be examined to identify people who might be related to each other, to compare suspected criminals to DNA left at the scene of a crime, or even to identify certain strains of disease-causing bacteria.

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