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Can a baby possess three persons' genes? Justify.

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Yes, a baby can possess three persons' genes. About 30 babies with three persons' genes have been born worldwide. Mitochondria from a younger woman's eggs were transferred into the eggs of an older woman to help the egg get fertilized. Because mitochondria contain DNA, the resulting babies had a mixture of DNA from two women and the father.

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