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New dna Technology reopens murdercases

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New dna Technology reopens murdercases

Post by aniandr on 13.11.12 11:59

After 22 and 27 years 2 new cases in dk has been reopened due to new dna Technology called PCR and the police are closer to finding the murder


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Post by aniandr on 13.11.12 12:07


"That the technicians of the police is able to put together a complete dns profile in the old murdercases, is due to a technick called polymerase-chainreaction. Pcr is a method that among other things is used to take small sequenses of dna and complete the chain in pcr-tubes. The technik makes it possible to manymultiply dna parts, so that in the end, you have a dna-profile

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Post by aniandr on 13.11.12 12:18

In 2011 the police reopened 17 closed cases due to pcr

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Re: New dna Technology reopens murdercases

Post by Guest on 13.11.12 12:53

There are more and more of these stories, Aniandr. No criminal can feel safe anymore nowadays, however long s/he may have been walking free. And just imagine having to look over your shoulder all the time ... Perhaps better to get clean, rather than being caught out after all?
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Post by aniandr on 13.11.12 13:01

I recon that ope. Grange have tryed all new methods in the mm case - ore is the dna in portgal??

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Post by aniandr on 13.11.12 14:54

Closed/cold cases are beeing reopened over the entire country in denmark. The newest technolegies opens new options that wasbt inventet even 2 years ago


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