Restriction Enzyme DNA Typing Service

creativeenzymes shared this idea 6 months ago
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OverviewRestriction enzyme DNA typing is a technique that identifies individuals based on unique variations in their DNA sequence. This technique is widely used in forensic science, paternity testing and genealogical research. Restriction enzymes are molecular scissors that cut DNA at specific sequences, producing different sized fragments that can be used to distinguish a person's DNA.

  • Sample Collection: We provide our clients with sample collection tools to collect DNA samples from a variety of sources, including blood, saliva, hair and tissue.
  • DNA extraction and purification: We use state-of-the-art technology to extract and purify high-quality DNA from our clients' samples.
  • Restriction Enzyme Digestion: We use a set of restriction enzymes to digest the extracted DNA, generating a unique pattern of DNA fragments for each individual.
  • Gel Electrophoresis: The DNA fragments generated by restriction enzyme digestion are separated by size using gel electrophoresis, allowing us to visualize the DNA profile.
  • Data Analysis: We analyze the DNA profiles and compare them to a database of known DNA profiles to determine the identity of the individual.

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