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After an individual dies, his or her DNA will start to degrade, breaking down into small pieces. If the degradation of the DNA is extensive, then analysis becomes very difficult, and at times impossible. Degradation is largely dependent on what happens to the body after death, as certain environments, such as those that are warm and humid, are particularly destructive to DNA.

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Skin samples and post-mortem blood samples tend to be poor sources of DNA.

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