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How Does DNA Get to a Crime Scene?

Posted by Writing PIs on October 27, 2009

Article now available in How Do Private Eyes Do That? available on Kindle and Nook.

2 Responses to “How Does DNA Get to a Crime Scene?”

  1. dna is a fascinating field. I know that mitrochrondial dna is used when there is not a full profile for a woman to identify her. Do they ever use the Y-plex to identify a male?

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