PCR-DNA typing from beard samples
The analysis of DNA polymorphisms by means of PCR (Erlich H.A., 1989; Innis M.A. et al., 1990) has drastically increased the possibility of using some evidence that was not suitable until a short while ago.
KeywordsTyrosine Hydroxylase Gene VNTR Locus Allele Specific Oligonucleotide Probe Electric Razor Human Tyrosine Hydroxylase
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