DNA in forensic science

theory, techniques and applications

James ROBERTSON, Alastair Ross, Leigh Burgoyne

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Abstract

This is the first book on the use of DNA for forensic applications. An up-to-date treatment of DNA in forensic science, which contains an introduction to the underlying science, and lays the foundation for a discussion of the technology and methods used. It also addresses current applications of DNA techniques.; Topics covered include structure, function and variation in DNA, experimental techniques, hypervariant etc.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationUnited Kingdom
PublisherEllis Horwood
Number of pages197
Edition1
ISBN (Print)0132175061
Publication statusPublished - 1990

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ROBERTSON, J., Ross, A., & Burgoyne, L. (1990). DNA in forensic science: theory, techniques and applications. (1 ed.) United Kingdom: Ellis Horwood.