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Oberacher, H., Pitterl, F., Huber, G., Niederstatter, H., Steinlehner, M. and Parson, W. (2008) Increased Forensic Efficiency of DNA Finger Prints through Simultaneous Resolution of Length and Nucleotide Variability by High-Performance Mass Spectrometry. Human Mutation, 29, 427-432.

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  • TITLE: Utilizing Short Tandem Repeats (STRs) as a Resolving Matrix in Parental Dispute DNA Analysis

    AUTHORS: George Gborienemi Simeon, Alade Tolulope Olukemi

    KEYWORDS: Short Tandem Repeats, Matrix, Parental, DNA Analysis

    JOURNAL NAME: American Journal of Molecular Biology, Vol.8 No.3, June 11, 2018

    ABSTRACT: Interest in DNA analysis using short tandem repeats (STR) as finger printing tools in forensic medicine has gained tremendous application, as expression of these nuclear factors have enhanced forensic examination. Here we used this Biochemical characterization after conventional extraction process, polymerase chain reaction (PCR), gel electrophoresiss and a sequencer to distinguish and resolve parental dispute. The differential migration of labeled DNA fragments which attains excitation energy with a laser elicits fluorescent light of different wavelength depending on the dye used. A data collection software (Genemapper) collects raw data (spectrograph) and converts it to an electropherogram that is interpreted. By comparing the DNA profiles, inclusion and exclusion criteria were elucidated to resolve disputes. The inherent discriminating power of STRs used in analysis enhances resolution of cell mixtures, genetic aberration, substantiation of tissue origin and provides genetic distinction which is a robust and reliable approach in resolving parental disputes.