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Brain Structure as Unique as a Fingerprint

News   Jul 11, 2018 | Original Story from the University of Zurich

 
Brain Structure as Unique as a Fingerprint

Three brain scans (from the front, side and above) of two different brains (pictured on the left and on the right) belonging to twins. The furrows and ridges are different in each person. Credit: Lutz Jaencke, UZH

 
 
 

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