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Humans may be uniquely identified by the proteins in their hair

(PLOS) Unique protein markers in hair could be used alongside DNA profiling for human identification, according to a study published Sept. 7, 2016, in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Glendon Parker from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA, and colleagues.
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Unique protein markers in hair could be used alongside DNA profiling for human identification, according to a new study.

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