Differences in twins’ DNA set in the womb

| July 17, 2012
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Environment can have a strong influence on genes in the womb and could account for differences in identical twins, according to a new study. Scientists from Murdoch Children”s Research Institute (MCRI) in Melbourne studied the DNA of a group of identical and non-identical twins, using the placenta, umbilical cords and cord blood collected at birth.

View the original article here: Differences in twins” DNA set in the womb – MSN India

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