Your bacteria could be another sort of fingerprint to identify you

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Researchers found out that bacteria on and inside of your body could be another sort of fingerprint to identify you according to a research carried out from Harvard. 
Researchers found that your bacterial buddies have enough unique features to be traced right back to you — at least, when compared to hundreds of other people.
Using data from the Human Microbiome Project, they applied an algorithm that identified the distinguishing features of microbiomes, and they were subsequently able to identify who they came from based on followup visits.
The bacterial fingerprints were stable in people for over a year and testing of gut microbiomes managed to accurately identify 80% percent of the time.

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