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Genes make up the blueprint for our bodies, governing factors such as growth, development and functioning. Almost every cell in the human body contains a copy of the blueprint, stored inside a special sac called the nucleus. Each cell of the body contains DNA organized into 23 pairs of chromosomes. Each chromosome contains thousands of genetic markers or "genes". One chromosome from each pair originates from the father and the other chromosome comes from the mother. Of the 46 chromosomes in each cell, two determine gender while the other 44 determine other traits. Certain portions of DNA are unique to each individual. This genetic information can not be purposely altered in any way. DNA profiling is a way of establishing identity and is used in a variety of ways, such as for determining twins to be identical or fraternal, and for many other family-relationship identifications. DNA samples can be obtained from blood, buccal swab, hair root, saliva, semen and much more.

Because no two individuals (with the exception of identical twins) are composed of the exact same genetic profile, DNA testing is the absolute means to confirm any biological relationship in doubt
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