People recognized the uniqueness of fingerprints
as far back as 1,000 years ago, says Jim Wayman.
To get a high-quality fingerprint
, would you use a fine or coarse powder?
clustering of isolates among groups at high risk could represent a relatively more specific marker of recent transmission when compared to clustering identified in the general population.
Those states that have ratified the Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact are mandated to use fingerprints
to facilitate the interstate exchange of criminal history record information for noncriminal justice purposes.
The HP Pavilion tx1000 Entertainment Notebook PC is the first Windows Vista[TM]-compliant1 notebook to offer an integrated fingerprint
sensor from AuthenTec.
tuberculosis strains that have more than five copies of IS6110 with similar but not identical fingerprint
patterns (differing by one or two IS6110 hybridizing bands) is unknown, in some cases epidemiologic links among patients infected with such strains have been established (9).
Experts believe that both of these biometrics are as unique as fingerprints
, but their use in identification lacks the established history of fingerprints
And some hospitals have started programs in which doctors use their fingerprint
as a computer log-on to access patient files or dispense prescriptions.
With this method, the chances of two unrelated people having the same DNA fingerprint
are, one average, 1 in 30 billion.
today introduced a reference design for USB Flash Drives (UFDs) protected by fingerprint
authentication technology, delivering the industry's strongest security by authenticating users on the UFD system instead of on a PC.
41) showed that homelessness was a predictor of DNA fingerprint
The special Senate Whitewater committee released a report from the FBI on Tuesday showing that the fingerprints
of the first lady, Hillary Rodham Clinton, were found on records discovered in the White House family quarters two years after they were first sought by investigators.