genetic fingerprint

  • DNA fingerprint
German: genetischer Fingerabdruck
Japanese: 遺伝子フィンガープリント

Molecular biology. 1. The unique pattern of DNA fragments of an individual. It is used for the identification of an individual.
2. In genomics, DNA fingerprints are used to compare gene expression in cells under different exposure.

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