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Lecture 11 – DNA in Forensic Science.docx

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Anthropology
Course Code
Anthropology 2235A/B
Professor
Eldon Molto

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Lecture 11 – DNA in Forensic Science: Introduction and Historical Snapshots  Introduction o The field of genetics has a long history o Key developments are the understanding of genetic transmission in families and populations and the understanding of the molecular structure of genetic transmission o Together with advances in technology, these form the foundation of modern forensic genetic analysis o PCR: Polymerase Chain Reaction o Field of forensic science has changed dramatically in the past 20 years due to
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