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How does the DNA tests work's?


DNA - is an unique code string in a cel. When a child is made the father and mother give a bit of their own code string (cels melting together) Depend of dominancy the child will have some signs of mother or father.wich is kept in Dna. DNA can very easily be tested in a hospital. The child has a codestring of the father and mother in its cells. Checking dna of the father and the child it must be identicly if it has no simular part in the dna string, it has another fahter.
My english is worse i know...:o) DNA kept all the marks for future of the child, even diseases.

May 07, 2017 | Televison & Video

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Are there human DNA in hot dogs


Yes, looks like it, but DNA screening is so sensitive, it could be one hair minced up, or a few flakes of skin.

http://www.bing.com/search?q=human+DNA+in+hot+dogs&src=IE-SearchBox&FORM=IESR02

Oct 27, 2015 | Dogs

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Is the DNA in Hot Dogs


the DNA of the animals used in them? Yes.

Oct 27, 2015 | Sewing Machines

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Is a synthesizer and an audio sampler the same thing?


Not really, synthesizers are used to create sounds from scratch, while audio samplers are used to record instruments or natural sounds. The lines are a little blurred because some samplers include synthesizers.

Nov 03, 2013 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Casiotone 301


HI, Your unit is very old and it can be repaired. Look for someone who does vintage synthesizer repair. John, Syntronics.

Oct 17, 2013 | Music

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Were is my ignition module on my gilera dna


if you're looking at the bike from the rear, the module is on the r/h side of the cyl head under the faring.

Jul 04, 2012 | 2005 Gilera DNA 50

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Instruction manual for csi dna lab kit


Csi Dna Laboratory Instructions - Website of letosaga!

letosaga.jimdo.com/2012/10/11/csi-dna-laboratory-instructions/
Oct 11, 2012 - The kit offers instructions for conducting 10 experiments and provides.... Comments about Bowen Hill Edu Science CSI DNA Laboratory Kit: ...

Instruction manual for csi dna lab kit - Fixya

www.fixya.com/support/t11150204-instruction_manual_csi_dna_lab_kit
Jan 5, 2012 - instruction manual for csi dna lab kit - Planet Toys Csi Dna Lab question.

[PDF]Crime Scene Investigator PCR Basics™ Kit - Bio-Rad

www.bio-rad.com/webroot/web/.../10002461.pdf

Bio?Rad Laboratoriesreal-world forensic science labs. Bio-Rad is ... TH01) actually used in forensic DNAprofiling; the DNA sequence at this locus contains four ..... Much of this background information is provided in the instruction manual and the appendices.

Jan 05, 2012 | Planet Toys Csi Dna Lab

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How was it established that genes are located on chromosomes?


The total complement of genes in an organism or cell is known as its genome, which may be stored on one or more chromosomes; the region of the chromosome at which a particular gene is located is called its locus. A chromosome consists of a single, very long DNA helix on which thousands of genes are encoded. Prokaryotes-bacteria and archaea-typically store their genomes on a single large, circular chromosome, sometimes supplemented by additional small circles of DNA called plasmids, which usually encode only a few genes and are easily transferable between individuals. For example, the genes for antibiotic resistance are usually encoded on bacterial plasmids and can be passed between individual cells, even those of different species, via horizontal gene transfer. Although some simple eukaryotes also possess plasmids with small numbers of genes, the majority of eukaryotic genes are stored on multiple linear chromosomes, which are packed within the nucleus in complex with storage proteins called histones. The manner in which DNA is stored on the histone, as well as chemical modifications of the histone itself, are regulatory mechanisms governing whether a particular region of DNA is accessible for gene expression. The ends of eukaryotic chromosomes are capped by long stretches of repetitive sequences called telomeres, which do not code for any gene product but are present to prevent degradation of coding and regulatory regions during DNA replication. The length of the telomeres tends to decrease each time the genome is replicated in preparation for cell division; the loss of telomeres has been proposed as an explanation for cellular senescence, or the loss of the ability to divide, and by extension for the aging process in organisms.

Mar 03, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Tuner of My samsung Tv (EV 500 model)is not working. is IC No. SZM 173ER2 is available now in market ? if so, from where can i get.


Tuners are available as a unit.
Repairing is not possible. Contact SAMSUNG with your TV model no or the part No. indicated on the tuner box.

There are two types of tuner 1. voltage synthesized. 2. Frequency synthesized. Check the type that is used in your TV and buy.

Sep 16, 2010 | Samsung Televison & Video

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