Marvin Anderson

Marvin Anderson was exonerated through the efforts of the Innocence Project using DNA profiling data.

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15586. Innocence Project

Innocence Project logo. For more information about the Innocence Project, visit their web site

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15035. The Innocence Project, Marvin Anderson

On February 28, 2003, Marvin Anderson spoke at a function celebrating the 50th anniversary of the discovery of the structure of DNA.

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15581. Dr. Paul Ferrara

In 2001, Dr. Paul Ferrara, Director of the Virginia Division of Forensic Science, located some swabs from the rape kit, which were left in the lab notebook of the original forensic scientist assigned to Marvin Anderson's case. Using this sample, the Inno

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15981. DNA variations

A DNA fingerprint is a profile of a person's inherited DNA variations, specifically repeated sequences

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15591. DNA profile

An image of DNA profile.

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15583. DNA fingerprint (single locus probe)

DNA profiling, DNA fingerprinting.

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15582. DNA fingerprint

DNA profiling, DNA fingerprinting, gel analysis

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15988. Try the comparison

This is a simulation of Anderson's case. Match the DNA profile for yourself.

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15106. Naming "DNA fingerprinting"

Alec Jeffreys talks about how he came up with the name.

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15983. Today's DNA profile

DNA fingerprints are also known as DNA profiles. They are now made using probes that detect differences in the number of short tandem repeats (STRs) between individuals.

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