[The joint applications of DNA chips and single nucleotide polymorphisms in forensic science].
College of Preclinical and Forensic Medicine, Sichuan University, Chengdu 610041, China.Fa yi xue za zhi 06/2005; 21(2):159-60, S1, S4.
DNA chip technology, being a new high-technology, shows its vigorous life and rapid growth. Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs) is the most common diversity in the human genome. It provides suitable genetic markers which play a key role in disease linkage study, pharmacogenomics, forensic medicine, population evolution and immigration study. Their advantage such as being analyzed with DNA chips technology, is predicted to play an important role in the field of forensic medicine, especially in paternity test and individual identification. This report mainly reviews the characteristics of DNA chip and SNPs, and their joint applications in the practice of forensic medicine.
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