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14 August, 23:55

How do I interpret a forensic DNA report?

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  1. 15 August, 00:19
    A forensic DNA report consists of samples that have been tested along with a short description of procedures that took place. The three things you should interpret as a result are a match, non-match, or an in-conclusive sample. A match obviously means that the sample was consistent with what was obtained. A non-match means that the sample wasn't consistent and an in-conclusive sample means it was either of poor quality or there wasn't enough to be tested.
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