Jacques KagiranezaMr.taylorHuman Biology01 October 2018DNA ANALYSTThe U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics places DNA analysts under the category of forensic science technicians, who are responsible for analyzing evidence that can link suspects with specific crime scenes. the use of a DNA probe for the identification of an individual, as for the matching of genes from a forensic sample with those of a criminal suspect. Also called genetic fingerprinting.Genetic counselor testing laboratories, research studies, public health, insurance companies, and many other areas of health care but DNA play a key role in the investigation of violent crimes. The examine evidence from criminal cases for body fluids: semen or saliva from a sexual assault and blood from other assaults. The also examine knives and other tools for touch-DNA. The use a detergent that breaks down the cells and proteins in the body fluids and leaves the DNA. Then the copy the DNA to have enough for testing, and run it through a machine that yields the DNA profile.