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Help ! DNA matching

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Hi, I would like to ask if anyone can give me an idea about what exactly equipments should be bought for DNA matching. (Especially the name and model.)

I am trying to set up a lab for DNA profiling and testing. But don't know where to start with the equipments at the moment.

Thanks a lot !
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