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DNA Fingerprinting for Conservation and Management

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Shark Pup Result of 'Virgin Birth'

May 23, 2007 - NewScientist.com news service
By CATHERINE BRAHIC

The team, led by Demian Chapman of the Pew Institute for Ocean Science in the US, used a DNA fingerprinting technique similar to that is used in human paternity tests. Initially, this was to determine which of the three females was the mother.

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