DNA Profiling allows individuals to obtain a record of their genetic profile, a unique combination of 16 markers found in their DNA that serves as a permanent genetic ID. Organizations and private individuals choose to obtain records of their DNA profiles in case identification is ever needed, as in the following examples:
• Future paternity tests in case of claims on a person's estate
• To provide a standard for comparison and identification of people in high-risk professions,
such as men and women in the military, law enforcement personnel, firefighters, and over
• To assist with the identification of missing persons
• To give clues about the trail of a missing loved one
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