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…

Sep 3, 2004

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.