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Why are DNA fingerprints useful?



A. When a sample of DNA is cut up with restriction enzymes and seperated by gel electrophoresis, the result is unique for each individual.
B. The impression left behind by a DNA sample is unique for each individual.
C. When a sample of DNA is compared to an individual s fingerprints, you can distinguish among individuals.
D. When a sample of DNA is amplified with PCR and mixed with DNA Polymerase, a unique set of fragments are produced for each individual.

This question is part of Biology Final Exam Practice
Asked by Jess, Last updated: Jan 25, 2020

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Answered Jan 24, 2018

When a sample of DNA is cut up with restriction enzymes and seperated by gel electrophoresis, the result is unique for each individual.
 

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