Legal DNA Test Fort Worth TX will help you in investigating any crime scene or infidelity issue by analyzing the DNA sample. In analyzing, many DNA forensics procedures such as PCR, STR, Y-chromosome, and Mitochondrial DNA can find all details of suspect individuals.
Look below for getting a brief introduction of all these processing:
• Polymerise Chain Reaction
It is a copying process which includes an enzyme or polymerase for getting a replica of the DNA in a test tube. Forensics experts repeat this copying process to get a large number of DNA molecules up to billions within some hours. This way forensics professional can analyze the small DNA fragments by copying again and again.
• Short-Tandem Repeat Analysis
This evaluates specific regions called loci on a nuclear DNA. Because of the variable nature of the Short-Tandem Repeat or STR regions, the FBI chooses 13 specific loci to make the standard for CODIS. The reason behind this is to have a uniform database for all DNA forensics laboratories. FBI uses this technology by choosing 13 specific STR loci which help them in cracking the cases.
• Y-chromosome Analysis
As the name suggests, this analysis involves around biological sample of males. This Y-chromosome analysis technique can be very helpful in multiple male DNA samples. Now, because of the latest technologies; semen can be separated from vaginal cells without laboratory analysis.
• Mitochondrial Analysis
Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) is very suitable to find evidence in the case of old and non-nucleus cells such as hair shafts, teeth and bones. Another benefit is that all maternal relatives have identical mtDNA. The forensics team also uses this technology when PCR and STR techniques are failed to get DNA forensics evidence.
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