Comparative Study on Different Modified Techniques Used For DNA Isolation From Teeth Samples for Obtaining Optimized Output
Keywords:DNA, RT-PCR, PCR, STR Analysis, Forensic Science
DNA isolation is a process used for isolation of DNA from different types of samples using a combination
of physical and chemical methods. A comparative study is made to isolate DNA from 30 teeth samples with
some pre PCR and post PCR modifications in the organic Phenol: Chloroform: isoamyl alcohol, Automate
ExpressTM prepfiler BTA kit and QIAamp® DNA Investigator Kit. Our result showed significant results
which will be helpful in short listing the array of these techniques.
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