Identifying DNA RFLP’S in Routine Paternity Cases: Non-Isotopic Methods of Detection
An ever increasing number of polymorphic DNA probes have been reported in the literature. Thus it should be theoretically possible to select from a broad range of probes to be used in cases of disputed parentage. However, the lack of availability of many probes from the commercial sector, the general view that probes must be labeled with isotopes and various technical problems inherent with the techniques have hindered the widespread use of RFLP’s for this application.
KeywordsEnzyme Conjugate Alkaline Phosphatase Conjugate Exclusion Probability Paternity Case Integrate Genetic
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