DNA profile


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DNA profile

n.
The set of values of a group of genetic markers identified in an individual's DNA by DNA profiling. Also called DNA fingerprint, DNA type, genetic fingerprint.
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Forensic scientist Clare Lowrie told Swansea Crown Court that tapings from the left sleeve of the top contained a DNA profile matching that of 17-year-old student Aamir, pictured, who was fatally stabbed when he opened his front door in Ninian Park Road, Cardiff, in April 2010.
18, 1991, sexual assault in 2006, after investigators learned his DNA profile matched DNA derived from physical evidence in the case.
In Scotland, after three years police can apply for a court order to retain a person's DNA profile once the first three years expired.
But when police told him they had a DNA profile, he added: "I can't comment, I don't know anything about it.
She said the blood matched Kevin's DNA profile while skin flakes found on the waistband of the trousers bore Cao's DNA profile and indicated he was the regular wearer of the trousers.
POLICE are closing in on the killer of a trainee hairdresser 25 years ago as they revealed today that they have his DNA profile.
Stressing the importance of countries establishing DNA profile databases, he remarked, "Serious crimes could be better dealt with if more nations have similar databases".
Three swabs from different parts of the jumper matched Simpson's DNA profile.
DETECTIVES investigating the murder of Special Constable Nisha Patel- Nasri have found the murder weapon and have a DNA profile of her suspected killer.
Also, the offender's DNA profile should be provided to local and state laboratories for comparison purposes.
A DNA profile of the killer of a Liverpool student murdered while backpacking in the Far East is to be put on the internet.
Once the database was up and running, the DNA profile from the crime scene was added in 1997.