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Identical Twins Carry Distinctive Epigenetic Marks: Study
Researchers found more than 800 sites in the genome where the twins bore the same chemical tags.
Identical Twins Carry Distinctive Epigenetic Marks: Study
Identical Twins Carry Distinctive Epigenetic Marks: Study

Researchers found more than 800 sites in the genome where the twins bore the same chemical tags.

Researchers found more than 800 sites in the genome where the twins bore the same chemical tags.

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