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Q: What are DNA banks?
Krishna: DNA banking is a long term storage of an individual’s genetic material.
DNA is most commonly extracted from blood, but can also be obtained from saliva and other tissues.
Scientists are capable of retrieving genetic information from hair, skin, blood, sperm, tissue, and saliva as long as the sample contains intact DNA. Nucleotide sequences between humans diffe…
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