This article was originally published Sept. 8.

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A group of researchers at Johns Hopkins University has designed a next-generation sequencing-based method that analyzes blocks of closely spaced SNPs that could be used in human identity testing for forensics applications; limb, organ, or bone marrow transplantation; and paternity testing.

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