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All Different - Panel 18
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How many people could we be, just as a consequence of our variations in the three variables ABO, Rh, and HLA? Astonishingly, the theoretically possible number is greater than the number of atoms in the universe. So, except for identical twins, each of us, clearly, is unique.
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