What is analog?

Analog are:

  • - 1. An organ or part similar in function to one in another organism of a different species but different in structure or development
  • - 2. A chemical compound similar in structure to another but dissimilar in composition.

Each single locus probe produces a pattern of at most two bands per person. An eight band pattern indicates the sample was from at least four individuals. Matching of the suspects' band patterns with those of the evidence confirms their involvement.

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