‘Inside Edition’ investigative journalist Lisa Guerrero conducted an in-depth investigation into at-home DNA testing using identical triplets Erica, Nicole and Jaclyn. Check out the interesting results of the DNA makeup.
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When the DNA tests shows different results in siblings i dont think its because It's unaccurete. I think its just because siblings dont look exactly the same and have gotten different traits from eacht parent. For Example when biracial siblings can look like they are to different races. Because they got their skin collor from different parents.
The middle twin has a bit of Native American facial features. The other two definitely just look like your generic Northwestern European white lady. If the middle twin had dark hair and a dark almond complexion, she would look like she’s full Native American.
MTDNA also know. As mitochondrial DNA comes from the xx chromosomes of the mother, DNA comes from Y chromosomes of the father. MTDNA Job is to repair the Y chromosome. The Y chromosome does not change from male to male. A father will have the same Y chromosome as there son- and that Y chromosome will never change if there is genetic problem like the nose genetic is weak or mutated the MTDNA will fix it and the son will inherit the mother nose (that’s why women who’s father are not bald will produce sons with men who are bald that will not go bald) the woman’s DNA corrects the mans. The women’s DNA has millions of variables so when a woman is produced I utero the Xchromosomes mix with the Y chromosome making an XX chromosome so each twin would be a little different because for each twin the X chromosome filled in different parts of the Y chromosome that needed repair. There wasn’t a chromosomal split but a chromosomal altercation. In male twins or triplet there would be exact DNA match probably. Women who have the same mother fathers never have the exact same MTDNA ad their mothers it is altered by the fathers side and continues to change through generations. That’s why women from the same family can looks super different or the same. If the father had a strong Y chromosome all the girls will look alike. Women pull genetics dads’ men from their mothers. This doctor is not stupid he just might not have studied genetics. These girls have a little bit of different DNA because the MTDNA
Ik this DNA test kits all the rage rn, but am I the only one who's like " what the heck science, so you can supposedly tell us someone is two percent Irish or whatever, but you can't cure cancer??!?!??!?!"
These three are probably what's called "half identical". Two or three separate sperm fertilized the same egg forming a triploid which then splits. It's rare but it does happen. There are actually 7 different types of twins, not just identical and fraternal.
There was no difference in their descent, only percentages. One is bigger than the others, lol. The percentages probably reflect the true differences in each body types. They all have different characteristics, just my opinion. I'm no geneticist. And who really cares...?
What if Nicole, for example, has a boyfriend. The guy knows that she has two other sisters, but didn't know they were identical. One day he goes to her house, sees Erica, doesn't notice the difference, and they bang. They could easily just fucking cheat on each other!
I remembered a show that i watched a while back and it had a kkk member on it. This guy was beyomd racist. Also he had blue eyes blonde hair looked white. But they done a dna test on him to see his background and found out he was 10% african lol
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