Same Individual’s DNA Differs, Why?

'Sperm Cell'
First place! Even sperm cells from the same man have big genetic differences, a study has shown

If the two DNAs of the Sperm of an individuals differ,how come the DNA Tests are fail Proof?

Why do the DNAs differ?

Cause could be explained only by accepting predetermination, you call it Biological Laws,Nature, God,Or Reality?

Do the days on which Intercourse takes place have any bearing on this?

Science explains Hows and Never Whys.

If two Cells of the same Organ of the same individual are not Identical, how is it that we say All are Born Equal?


The ‘race’ betweeen human sperm to the eggs might just look like a bunch of wriggling tadpoles –  but it makes a big difference which sperm wins.

Even sperm cells from the same man have big genetic differences, a study has shown.

For the first time, scientists have obtained genetic blueprints of almost 100 sperm from a single individual

The results confirm what scientists already know, that every sperm is different because of the way their inherited DNA is shuffled.

The process, known as recombination, mixes up genes passed down by a man’s mother and father and increases genetic diversity.

Each of the 91 sperm studied showed an average of 23 recombination, or mixing, events. But individual sperm varied greatly in the way they experienced spontaneous genetic mutations.

Every sperm contained between 25 and 36 ‘new’ mutations, not seen in other body cells.

Two sperm were found to be missing entire chromosomes, the protein-bound packages of DNA that contain the genes.

Random mutations create genetic variation, but can be harmful if they occur in the wrong places.

The cells were donated by a 40-year-old man who has healthy offspring and normally functioning sperm.

‘For the first time we were able to generate an individual recombination map and mutation rate for each of several sperm from one person,’ said Professor Barry Behr, from Stanford University in California, US.

‘Now we can look at a particular individual, make some calls about what they would likely contribute genetically to an embryo, and perhaps even diagnose or detect potential problems.’

Genetically sequencing sperm could provide a ‘new kind of early detection system’ to identify men who may have trouble conceiving, he added.

The research is published today in the journal Cell.–huge-DNA-differences.html#ixzz21At5aBXb

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