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TJ
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This is not a journal article, but the topic is interesting and pertinent.

Fingerprints

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I hope you don't mind...your link doesn't work.  I corrected your URL.

http://www.livescience.com/15397-genetic-mutation-fingerprints.html


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I hope you don't mind...your link doesn't work.  I corrected your URL.

http://www.livescience.com/15397-genetic-mutation-fingerprints.html


Me, too! (though I fixed the original post ...)


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Quoted from TJ
This is not a journal article, but the topic is interesting and pertinent.

Fingerprints


How can they grip things properly with no fingerprints?   They must slide off all surfaces.....


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Lol, thanks guys!  How weird would that be, not having fingerprints??
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The article does quote a journal source, TJ.  The strictess admin would have to admit this does qualify.

Nice job!  I wonder how this condition would hamper Genotyping or limit a Swami user.  


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