NIST Research Enables Enhanced DNA “Fingerprints”
Starting January 1, DNA profiles will include more data, making them even more powerful at solving cases
As the new year approaches, forensic labs across the country are gearing up for a big change in the way they generate DNA profiles, the genetic fingerprints so useful in solving crimes and identifying the remains of missing persons. Forensic experts produce DNA profiles by extracting genetic material from blood or other biological evidence and analyzing sites in the DNA called markers.
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