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    BRAIN FINGERPRINTING TECHNOLOGY Mandar Ghate Department Of Computers, Padmabhushan Vasantdada Patil Pratisthans College Of Engineering mandarghate4@gmail.com Abstract— Brain fingerprinting is a new computer-based technology to identify the perpetrator of a crime accurately and scientifically by measuring brain-wave responses to crime-relevant words or pictures presented on a computer screen. Brain fingerprinting has proven 100% accurate in over 120 tests, including tests on FBI agents, tests

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    DNA Fingerprinting/Profiling     DNA fingerprinting and profiling(DNA F&P) took over the forensic world in the late 1970s. Since then, profiling has made forensics almost effortless. Profiling has evolved dramatically from the beginning stages of the replications.     DNA F&P was invented by a man that goes by the name Alec Jeffreys. He was a British geneoligist. This process is called fingerprinting because it is highly unlikely for two people to have is for them to be identical  twins. DNA is a

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    Dna Fingerprinting

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    convicted of a crime have their DNA fingerprints stored on a database? A DNA fingerprint is the same for every cell, organ and tissue in an organism. DNA fingerprinting has many uses, some of which include providing the evidence needed to solve criminal investigations, determining genetic relationships and solving paternity disputes. DNA fingerprinting has many benefits in the use of criminal investigations as it can provide the evidence to solve crimes and current mysteries, can free innocent suspects

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    DNA fingerprinting for crime solving and paternity testing Currently, DNA fingerprinting is the most innovative technology used to determine parentage and crime solving. DNA fingerprinting does not give any direct information as to the nature of the genes coded for by the DNA, and it gives no information about the chemical sequence of the DNA. It does, however, give direct information about the identity of individual, including their relatedness. DNA fingerprinting is a forensic technique used to

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    Cell Fingerprinting

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    publications. Roland Nardone had 45,000 scientists tested their lines for contamination. If two lines have the same STR result when fingerprinted they are the same. Today, there are 50 year old imposter cell lines that are still in use. An issue with fingerprinting is that it does not tell you the origin of a cell, only if it is a copy of another. When creating drugs for a certain cancer using the wrong line could cause people to make a drug for the wrong illness, making it useless. After tediously cleaning

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    Merriam- Webster Dictionary; an impression or mark made on a surface by a person's fingertip, especially as used for identifying individuals from the unique pattern of whorls and lines. One of the most important parts of a forensic investigation is fingerprinting. As fingerprints are unique to each individual, they serve as a highly accurate way for law enforcement agencies to identify a suspect, as well as potentially prove their guilt or innocence. This paper will talk about how a cold case was solved

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    Introduction DNA fingerprinting is a method used by forensic scientists to make a DNA Profile of a suspect in a criminal investigation by using DNA found at a crime scene. The DNA of the criminal may be left behind at the crime scene and used to identify the perpetrator. What is DNA fingerprinting? Every human being on earth with the exception of identical twins has their own unique sequence of bases in their DNA. With humans DNA being unique just like our fingerprints it can be used to identification

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    many spatial and temporal limits, but sediment source fingerprinting method has emerged as a potentially valuable supplement to address these issues. Despite the rapidly increasing numbers of studies reporting that the use of sediment source fingerprinting method has several key challenges and uncertainties continue to hamper the existing methodological procedures. This review identifies existing methodological steps for sediment fingerprinting

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    Fingerprinting: False Positives A question that has risen in many minds regarding positive identifications is that of accuracy, especially so when it comes to fingerprinting. This is because of the lack of scientific research into fingerprinting itself and a lack of objective standards causing fingerprinting to no longer be the golden standard of forensic science. For years, American TV shows have featured crime scene investigators using forensic evidence to find perpetrators. Often, however, these

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    is DNA fingerprinting for aid in determining bone marrow transplant effectiveness. Leukemia is lethal if untreated and affects the bone marrow. I am intrigued by the entire practice of transplantation whether it be bone marrow or whole organs, thus why I chose this topic. When transplanting any bodily substance of one human and placing it in another, the match must be perfect, and still may be rejected by the body. In order to determine if the transplant was successful, DNA fingerprinting is used

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