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When Identical Twins Aren’t

According to this article in USA Today, Cellmark is trying to develop a DNA identification technique that could distinguish identical twins using micro-mutations that occur after the egg has split. It’s needed to help settle some criminal cases where the…

According to this article in USA Today, Cellmark is trying to develop a DNA identification technique that could distinguish identical twins using micro-mutations that occur after the egg has split. It’s needed to help settle some criminal cases where the IDed suspect is one of two identical twins.