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T2DM can be triggered by two collaborating factors, namely genetics and the environment. This study aimed to identify genetic markers that can be used to detect the possibility of a person having T2D using the random amplified polymorphism DNA (RAPD) method. The study was carried out cross-sectional and involved 60 samples consisting of 30 positive T2D samples and 30 negative samples T2D. The primer used for PCR-RAPD was D20 (5'-ACCCGGTCAC-3â€™). The PCR-RAPD results were then analyzed using the scoring method and analyzed using the non-parametric Chi-Square test (cl: 95%). Among T2D, 576 bp band were confirmed to be markers in the patients.
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