PDF | DNA Fingerprinting is the technique applied to prepare a profile of an individual containing DNA (Deoxyribo Nucleic Acid) in their cell nucleus. There can be few areas of endeavour in molecular genetics that have captured the imagination and interest of the public as much as DNA. Forensic Science: Fundamentals and Investigations, 1st Edition Advanced topics in forensic DNA typing: methodology / John M. Butler. p. cm.
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Forensic DNA Typing, Second Edition, is the only book available that specifically covers detailed information on mitochondrial DNA and the Y chromosome. Fundamentals of Forensic DNA Typing by John M. Butler. Resources for Professors: • A tailored set of + PowerPoint slides (including figures). • Chapter. Advanced Topics in Forensic DNA Typing: Methodology. Book • Authors: John M. Butler. Browse book content. About the book. Search in this book.
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Krane, V. Bahn, D. Balding, B. A feature that is found in several parts of the book that I found particularly appealing is the detailed sourcing of information. This is a very good book, and will serve many practitioners and students of forensic DNA typing as a single source reference.
It could also serve as a text for a one semester graduate level course in forensic DNA typing and technology. It is hard to think of a topic in forensic DNA typing that is not treated in the book. Accordingly, it will be a sort of standard reference book in the area. If there are plans to keep the book up to date every few years, it has the potential to become the standard reference, perhaps something akin to Clarke in drugs and toxicology.
At pages it is double the size of the former edition and clearly contains a great deal of new material as well as having been re-arranged. He has taken the opportunity in the expanded volume to explain all aspects of DNA typing in greater detail and has produced a volume which is not only informative but high readable. It is as much a book to be enjoyed by the scientist as one to educate and inform. This is a volume which contains something of value to all forensic scientists.
It does not talk down to the reader but serves as a balanced guide through the rapidly developing field of DNA studies. It is a book that should be downloadd rather than borrowed or just referred to as it is an outstanding guide to the subject.
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