Genetic fingerprinting 
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 Genetic fingerprinting

I keep hearing about 'genetic fingerprinting' being used to
unequivocally identify rapists, sex-{*filter*}ers etc. Presumably, this
refers to genetic material being matched with the suspect. My question
is, can such genetic information be extracted from any cells, such
as {*filter*}, skin etc or just {*filter*}? Do body fluids such as sweat or
saliva contain any identifying features or is everyone's the same?
Many thanks,

Matthew Fletcher

Mon, 26 Apr 1993 00:44:02 GMT
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