It is used mainly for identification, such as evidence in criminal cases, or for parental testing (to see if a person really is a parent of the child). Since DNA fingerprinting only compares a small segment of DNA, as opposed to more complete genome sequencing, it cannot be used to test for presence of specific genes, such as the ones responsible for genetic disorders, disease susceptibility, etc.
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