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Forensic science has shaped the world of justice, fueling crime investigations and signifying the progress of modern technology. Forensic science of today covers : * Modern computer/clay facial reconstruction; *DNA fingerprinting; *Autopsy techniques; *Forensic anthropology; *Toxicology and much more.
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What is DNA? Where is it found? What is mitochondrial DNA? What is CODIS? How does it work? What are complimentary base patterns? Why are they important? What is RFLP? What are some of the limitations of this technique? Why do you think DNA has had such an impact on forensic science? What do you think would be some of the challenges in collecting DNA evidence? How would you overcome these challenges? Compare and contrast nuclear DNA with mitochondrial DNA. Which one would you want to use in a criminal investigation if you had the choice? Which of the DNA typing techniques do you think you would choose if you had to analyze a DNA sample? Why? What challenges do you think giving expert testimony about DNA would have? How would you try to overcome these challenges?

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DNA= Deoxyribonucleic Acid
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Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA or mDNA[2]) is the DNA located in organelles called mitochondria, structures within eukaryotic cells that convert the chemical energy from food into a form that cells can use, adenosine triphosphate (ATP)
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A complimentary base is either of the nucleotide bases
* DNA, or deoxyribonucleic acid, is the hereditary material in humans and almost all other organisms. * In our body DNA is located in nucleus of each cell. While most of people are unaware that DNA really occurs in our body. It stands for deoxyribonucleic acid. It is a hereditary material in both human and other organisms. * Mitochondrial DNA are small loops of DNA found within organelles in the cell, mitochondria. Mitochondria serve as the "power plants" of the cell and are believed to be the descendants of ancient bacteria that participated so symbiotically with ancient cells that they became integrated into them as organelles. * CODIS is a computer software program that operates local, State, and national databases of DNA profiles from convicted offenders, unsolved crime scene evidence, and missing persons.
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How does CODIS work? * CODIS uses two indexes to generate investigative leads in crimes for which biological evidence is recovered from a crime scene. The convicted offender index contains DNA profiles of individuals convicted of certain crimes ranging from certain misdemeanors to sexual assault and murder. * A complimentary base is either of the nucleotide bases linked by a hydrogen bond on opposite strands of DNA or double-stranded RNA: guanine is the complementary base of cytosine, and adenine is the complementary base of thymine in DNA. * RFLP is a method used by molecular biologists to follow a particular sequence of DNA as it is passed on to other cells. RFLPs can be used in paternity cases or criminal cases to determine the source of a DNA sample and to track disease progression.
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* The application of forensic DNA evidence is increasingly vital to ensuring accuracy and fairness in the criminal justice system.
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