Chimeras, Mosaics, and Other Fun Stuff

I recently read Natalie Dye’s response to a question about chimera DNA. As A Crime Scene Investigator and instructor this piqued my interest and has me wondering about DNA as it relates to bone marrow transplants. Would a person who receives a bone marrow transplant essentially now have two potential sources of DNA, the original pre-existing in the body’s cells and now another from the donor cells of the bone marrow? — via Understanding Genetics

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