Refers to TB genotyping using IS 6110-based RFLP analysis.
In genetics, the identification of multiple specific alleles on a person's DNA to produce a unique identifier for that person. See also: forensics
The use of RFLPs or repeat sequence DNA to establish a unique individual-specific pattern of DNA fragments.
A system allowing a cell phone to be uniquely identified by its radio transmission" fingerprint", thereby reducing fraud.
a common method used formedical, forensic and paternity tests
a laboratory process that produces a printed pattern of a person's DNA
a matter of matching those sequences to another DNA sample
a method of distinguishing one organism from another using the pattern of bands that become visible when a sample of their DNA is cut up with particular enzymes and run out on a gel
a method of identification that compares fragments of DNA
a method that can be used to identify people based on only a few cells from their body
a method used to identify individuals within a species
a method which identifies genetic differences and similarities between organisms
an important tool in the arsenal of forensic investigators and intelligence officers
a patented technology and should be used only to describe this very specific type of DNA testing
a powerful technique with applications in genetic mapping, population biology, and forensic medicine
a procedure that produces a unique genetic map or fingerprint for each individual
a process that uniquely identifies a given DNA sample for later comparison with another DNA sample, as a way of certifying a clone for instance
a technique that is used to identify patterns that occur in DNA
a technique used to identify the DNA of an individual
a technology that looks for similarities in specific sections of DNA samples
a tesst to identify and evaluate the genetic information, called DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid), of a person's cells
a very quick way to analyze and compare the DNA sequences of any living organisms
a way of identifying a person using the genetic
a way of identifying a specific individual, rather than simply identifying a species or some particular trait
The use of markers to unambiguously characterise a genotype.
In genetics, the identification of multiple specific alleles on a person's DNA to produce a unique identifier for that person. Source : Human Genome Project Information
The process of identifying contributors by determining their addresses, occupations, employers, economic interests, political and ideological affiliations, and spouses and children who may have contributed.
The process of identifying overlapping regions at the ends of DNA fragments.