A DNA fingerprint is a profile of a person's inherited DNA variations, specifically repeated sequences
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15102. Using tandem repeats for DNA fingerprinting, Alec Jeffreys
Alec Jeffreys (the "inventor" of DNA fingerprinting) explains repeats.
15984. Try the comparison
Match the DNA fingerprints yourself.
15583. DNA fingerprint (single locus probe)
DNA profiling, DNA fingerprinting.
15582. DNA fingerprint
DNA profiling, DNA fingerprinting, gel analysis
15106. Naming "DNA fingerprinting"
Alec Jeffreys talks about how he came up with the name.
15985. The first DNA fingerprint
How a DNA fingerprint like this was made.
16095. Chimp, Human, Neandertal HVR1
Variation between mtDNA (HVR1) samples from chimp, Neandertal and human.
15114. Analyzing human DNA variations, Kenneth Kidd
Kenneth Kidd talks about analyzing human DNA variations.
15975. Human and mtDNA variation
When comparing Neandertal and human mtDNA, researchers found that the differences between the sequences put Neandertals outside the range of variation of modern humans.
15982. The first DNA fingerprint
In 1984, Alec Jeffreys produced the first DNA fingerprint. DNA-based testing methods have evolved over the years, but they still use DNA repeats as the basis for building a DNA profile.