What is DNA profiling?

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What is DNA profiling?

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A DNA profile is a permanent record of your genetic identity. In our DNA profiling service, we take a sample of your DNA and test 16 locations on the DNA. In these locations are DNA markers—short DNA sequences that are useful for human identification. For each location, there are two copies—one inherited from the mother and one inherited from the father. The test reports the sizes of the DNA markers on each location. Every person inherits a unique combination of genetic markers from the biological parents; thus the DNA profile can serve as a permanent biological record of identity. (Note: Identical twins will have the same DNA profile.

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In our DNA profiling service, we test a DNA sample to obtain the DNA profile—a permanent genetic ID that can be used to identify a person. You can keep your DNA profile on record in case it is ever needed for future paternity tests in case of you need to answer questions about family relationships.

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In our DNA profiling service, we test a DNA sample to obtain the DNA profile—a permanent genetic ID that can be used to identify a person. You can keep your DNA profile on record in case it is ever needed for future paternity tests in case of inheritance disputes and other claims that involve questions of family relationship.

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Top DNA profiling is a process which begins when a minute sample of genetic material – DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) – is taken from human tissue and ends when the sample is given a computerised numeric value in the form of a ‘bar code’. Comparing a person’s DNA profile with a DNA sample retrieved from the scene of a crime can eliminate innocent people, but can also provide a strong indication of guilt.

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DNA profiling is a process by which you can have your DNA analyzed for future use. The DNA profile is a permanent record of your genetic identification. Our lab will analyze your DNA and create a profile based on universally accepted markers for DNA identification. DNA profiling is often used in conjunction with DNA banking.

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