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Identical twins do not share the same brain anatomy

Two individuals, including twins sharing the same brain anatomy, found a new study using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) on fingerprints for personal identification. According to the researchers, this is due to a combination of genetic factors and individual life experiences.   Through a combination of genetic factors and individual life experiences, the use of magnetic resonance images of fingerprints finds a study, not a person, including twins, who share the same brain anatomy suggesting a personal identification. Because fingerprints are unique to every individual, the standard is in our heads,…

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