“Who am I?”, a question disparate disciplines strive to answer. However, if we look at biology, the most fundamental answer to this question is, of course, DNA: A collection of 6 billion genetic code markers, 10 trillion human cells, and 100 trillion bacterial cells.

As biotechnology progresses at an incredible rate, the ability to measure what we truly are is more advanced than ever. 

The answer to life, the universe, and everything may be contained in our DNA.

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