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The Twins That Are Neither Identical nor Fraternal – The Atlantic

The Twins That Are Neither Identical nor Fraternal  The Atlantic They shared a placenta, but on the ultrasound, one looked like a boy, and the other a girl. “twins research” – Google News

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Murdoch Children’s Research Institute’s to conduct $1 million world-first study of fraternal twins – The Cairns Post

The Cairns Post Murdoch Children's Research Institute's to conduct $ 1 million world-first study of fraternal twinsThe Cairns PostA $ 1 million world-first study will scan the brains of 300 fraternal twins — now aged 11 and who have been followed since they were in the womb — to see if their brain structure and […]

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Avera research: Why fraternal twins run in families – Sioux Falls Argus Leader

Sioux Falls Argus Leader Avera research: Why fraternal twins run in familiesSioux Falls Argus LeaderResearchers, including those at the Avera Institute for Human Genetics, are reporting they have determined two genes associated with why women whose female relatives have fraternal twins are more likely to give birth to twins themselves. The research …and more » twins […]

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Avera research: Why fraternal twins run in families – Sioux Falls Argus Leader

Sioux Falls Argus Leader Avera research: Why fraternal twins run in familiesSioux Falls Argus LeaderResearchers, including those at the Avera Institute for Human Genetics, are reporting they have determined two genes associated with why women whose female relatives have fraternal twins are more likely to give birth to twins themselves. The research …and more » twins […]

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Avera research: Why fraternal twins run in families – Sioux Falls Argus Leader

Sioux Falls Argus Leader Avera research: Why fraternal twins run in familiesSioux Falls Argus LeaderResearchers, including those at the Avera Institute for Human Genetics, are reporting they have determined two genes associated with why women whose female relatives have fraternal twins are more likely to give birth to twins themselves. The research …and more » twins […]

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Avera research: Why fraternal twins run in families – Sioux Falls Argus Leader

Sioux Falls Argus Leader Avera research: Why fraternal twins run in familiesSioux Falls Argus LeaderResearchers, including those at the Avera Institute for Human Genetics, are reporting they have determined two genes associated with why women whose female relatives have fraternal twins are more likely to give birth to twins themselves. The research …and more » twins […]

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Avera research: Why fraternal twins run in families – Sioux Falls Argus Leader

Sioux Falls Argus Leader Avera research: Why fraternal twins run in familiesSioux Falls Argus LeaderResearchers, including those at the Avera Institute for Human Genetics, are reporting they have determined two genes associated with why women whose female relatives have fraternal twins are more likely to give birth to twins themselves. The research …and more » twins […]

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Avera research: Why fraternal twins run in families – Sioux Falls Argus Leader

Sioux Falls Argus Leader Avera research: Why fraternal twins run in familiesSioux Falls Argus LeaderResearchers, including those at the Avera Institute for Human Genetics, are reporting they have determined two genes associated with why women whose female relatives have fraternal twins are more likely to give birth to twins themselves. The research …and more » twins […]

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Avera research: Why fraternal twins run in families – Sioux Falls Argus Leader

Sioux Falls Argus Leader Avera research: Why fraternal twins run in familiesSioux Falls Argus LeaderResearchers, including those at the Avera Institute for Human Genetics, are reporting they have determined two genes associated with why women whose female relatives have fraternal twins are more likely to give birth to twins themselves. The research …and more » twins […]

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Avera research: Why fraternal twins run in families – Sioux Falls Argus Leader

Sioux Falls Argus Leader Avera research: Why fraternal twins run in familiesSioux Falls Argus LeaderResearchers, including those at the Avera Institute for Human Genetics, are reporting they have determined two genes associated with why women whose female relatives have fraternal twins are more likely to give birth to twins themselves. The research …and more » twins […]

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