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Please answer these two questions regarding PCR

 

a) First question you must use the image: What is the DNA profile for suspect B for the TH01 locus?

b) What determines the target sequence amplified in PCR?

For example, as shown below, suspect A has one allele with 5 repeats, and one allele with
3 repeats, giving a DNA profile for the TH01 locus of 5-3.
Suspect A Genotype for TH01 locus
Suspect B Genotype for TH01 locus
CCC
AAA
CCC
CCC
AAA
CCC
AAA
AAA
Number of [TCAT] repaats
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For example, as shown below, suspect A has one allele with 5 repeats, and one allele with 3 repeats, giving a DNA profile for the TH01 locus of 5-3. Suspect A Genotype for TH01 locus Suspect B Genotype for TH01 locus CCC AAA CCC CCC AAA CCC AAA AAA Number of [TCAT] repaats

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