Modern dna analysis is based on the statistical calculation of the rarity of the produced profile within a population while most well known as a tool in forensic investigations dna profiling can also be used for non forensic purposes paternity testing and human genealogy research are just two of the non forensic uses of dna profiling. Once the evidence is collected crime scene investigators begin a meticulous record of the individuals who handle or transport the evidence as it makes its way to the forensic laboratory where dna analysis occurs forensic scientists who analyze dna evidence in the lab are typically called dna analysts. Inside the crime lab forensic biology dna unit cases that test positive in the forensic biology unit go on to forensic dna analysis the goal of the dna unit is to develop dna profiles from . It is vital to understand the structure and function of dna and how this relates to dna analysis in forensic science dna deoxyribonucleic acid is a molecule arranged into a double helix its structure first described by james watson and francis crick in 1953. The importance of forensic science in criminal investigations and law is remarkable it plays a pivotal role in the legal system forensic science can be applied in diverse ways for criminal proceedings forensic science can be applied in diverse ways for criminal proceedings read more
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