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Practical Pieces & Perspectives

November 2020

Practical Pieces & Perspectives

November 16, 2020
Regulating DNA Fingerprinting in India
Rebant Juyal

DNA fingerprinting (DNA Profiling /Typing /Testing) is a form of DNA forensic technology that is used to identify persons by analysing the unique patterns within their DNA. About 99.9% of DNA of two individuals is the same, however, 0.1% of DNA is unique to every individual, which results in all forms of variations in physical appearances among individuals and makes DNA of every individual distinct, with exceptions to identical twins.

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Practical Pieces and Perspectives, previously Timely Tech, is the non-paginated companion to the Illinois Journal of Law, Technology & Policy. Through Practical Pieces and Perspectives, JLTP publishes short pieces that addresses cutting-edge issues in technology and the law.


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