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Asked Oct 15, 2019
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Please use the image to answer the question, why are there only 2 bands for each sample?

A BC D NC
AL CS
15
AL: Allele Ladder
10
7
CS:Crime Scene
A: Suspect A
B: Suspect B
4
C: Suspect C
3
D: Suspect D
2
NC: Negative Control
1
5-2 7-4 5-2 7-2 10-3
Genotype
Cartoon of potential Crime Scene Investigator PCR Basics kit results at the BXPO07 locus
I
1I II
BXP007 Locus Alleles
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A BC D NC AL CS 15 AL: Allele Ladder 10 7 CS:Crime Scene A: Suspect A B: Suspect B 4 C: Suspect C 3 D: Suspect D 2 NC: Negative Control 1 5-2 7-4 5-2 7-2 10-3 Genotype Cartoon of potential Crime Scene Investigator PCR Basics kit results at the BXPO07 locus I 1I II BXP007 Locus Alleles

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The allele ladder in the PCR result refers to the reference alleles locus. The suspect's DN...

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