Researchers from the Joseph Carreras Leukemia Research Institute have discovered that facial similarities can mean shared genetic variants.
This means one could potentially recreate a criminal’s face from DNA.
And doctors could one day use photos of patients to better understand their genetics.
The study examined 32 lookalike pairs and took saliva samples.
The lookalikes shared similar genotypes, but their microbiomes differed.
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