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Small nucleotide polymorphisms is one way that you get unique genetic fingerprints. Small stretches of DNA that can be in the non-coding region and are just random differences in neutral coding errors.

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Q: How are humans are nearly identical genetically in coding sequences but have unique DNA fingerprints?
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What is the technique that identifies and replicates the non-coding gene sequences in a strand of DNA?

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