Investigations on the Forensic application of 4 AMPFLP systems
One major problem with stain examinations is that the amount of biological material is often too small and the extracted DNA is highly degraded due to the environmental conditions. It is therefore highly probable that only PCR can be successfully used for DNA analysis and individualisation.
KeywordsEDTA Electrophoresis Polyacrylamide dNTP Piperazine
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