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Semi-identical twins 'identified for only the second time'
The Twins That Are Neither Identical nor Fraternal - The Atlantic
By Gene Emery. The only other reported case was uncovered in Virtually all twins are either fraternal where two eggs and two sperm have created two separate embryos or identical where one embryo splits in two before resuming normal development for each child. Because an ultrasound taken early in the pregnancy showed that both fetuses shared the same placenta, doctors assumed the fetuses were identical twins. But when an ultrasound eight weeks later revealed that one child was male and the other female, something considered impossible for identical twins, the Gabbett team knew something extraordinary had happened.
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A pair of twins born in January in Australia share all of their mother's genes, but only 78 percent of their father's, according to a new case report published yesterday Feb. It's unclear how many other semi-identical, or "sesquizygotic," twins are out there, but it's likely "extraordinarily rare," said lead author Dr. Michael Gabbett, the diagnostic genomics course coordinator at the Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation in Brisbane, Australia.
I have a couple of questions. First what are semi-identical twins? How are they different from identical or fraternal twins?