DNA Fingerprinting and its Role in Improving the Murder Crime

Authors

  • Fadhil Radhi Mohamed1 , Muhanad Jawad Kazum2, Abdul Kareem Salman Sagban3 , Muhamad Abdul Kareem Salman4

Keywords:

Improving, murder crime, DNA fingerprinting

Abstract

The scientific development that was brought by modern civilization has left its clear imprints in the field of

biology, which is directly reflected on the living cell and its relationship to genetics and formation. That It

has recorded many scientific discoveries in the field that provided a wide opportunity to reveal some of the

secrets of the human cell. The science of cell study (cytology) is no longer limited to a purely descriptive

study, but rather extended to the experimental study with the help of experimental embryology and analytical

studies of the fertilization process, until the development of the scientific increases in the awareness of the

major fundamental issues that are related to cytological genetics which are the nature of the human gene and

self-reproduction and how to perform his work in a report about these attributes, also this development has

extended to include the treatment of some genetic diseases, as this science has extended to the field of legal

evidence (criminal and civil), this is because the traditional means which are used in evidence and improving

may not achieve the justice or be insufficient to achieve them.

Author Biography

Fadhil Radhi Mohamed1 , Muhanad Jawad Kazum2, Abdul Kareem Salman Sagban3 , Muhamad Abdul Kareem Salman4

1Assist. Lecturer, Al-Qasim Green University/College of Biotechnology, Iraq, 2Assist. Prof. Dr., Al-Qasim Green

University/College of Biotechnology, Iraq, 3Lecturer. Dr., Al-Qasim Green University/College of Biotechnology,

Iraq, 4 Al-Qasim Green University/College of Biotechnology, Iraq.

 

Published

2020-07-30

How to Cite

Fadhil Radhi Mohamed1 , Muhanad Jawad Kazum2, Abdul Kareem Salman Sagban3 , Muhamad Abdul Kareem Salman4. (2020). DNA Fingerprinting and its Role in Improving the Murder Crime. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 14(3), 2620-2623. Retrieved from http://medicopublication.com/index.php/ijfmt/article/view/10833