Forensic DNA Analysis
Infographic Nov 09, 2018
The dawn of forensic DNA analysis has had a large part to play in the evolution of criminal and private investigations. Even the smallest residues can be used to place someone at a crime scene or determine how people are related to one another. Forensic DNA analysis doesn’t stop with people either, law enforcers are using the techniques to combat smuggling of animals and exotic woods too.
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- What scientists are looking for in their analyses
- Factors that must be considered when examining the results
- What the future may hold
Data integrity has become an important target for companies across biotech, pharma and biomedical research. The headline goal of making sure that data is up to scratch comes with hidden problems and pitfalls that Technology Networks have now assembled in this infographic, alongside useful ways in which companies can overcome these issues and stay compliant with regulators.
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