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Unformatted text preview: Sources http:// F or ensic D N A Testing Section A6.5 Caitlin Vodopia, Amira Saleh, Rachel Patel, and Lakshmi Srinivasan Collecting the Sample 1. Release DNA from cells a. Polymerase Chain Reaction 1. Fragment DNA using restriction enzymes 2. Aragose gel electrophoresis 3. Split fragments into single strands Catching poachers Identification 4. Add radioactive DNA probes Video Click to edit Master subtitle style DNA {1B217805-2BA9-4678-93F0-A627FB6FCEF0} {DD108DB3-A847-4B21-8561-EBCD2FCC1930} Al ec Meffr eysfor J ethods A nalysis 1. Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism (RFLP) 2. PCR Analysis 3. STR Analysis 4. Y-Chromosome 1/26/11 Analysis Matching DNA Using DNA Beyond the Courtroom {417CFF20-C297-4A5B-8A0F-113A28C97A7E} {53D607DA-3649-44E2-8540-409656B766FB} {F90A26BA-9F63-45BA-BFAD-67DBB933145C} {38022F92-BA08-45C6-B7E4-197FD5043E6D} {82D5A516-5D2E-4E12-8B01-52C8FD4FBBA6} {9563CAD8-75BC-494B-879C-317802B6A0C0} {6C781A74-C912-44D1-ABC0-450824705158} ...
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