Welcome to the website of the Hungarian Twin Registry!

Welcome to the website of the Hungarian Twin Registry! Currently, the voluntary Hungarian Twin Registry consists of more than 600 adult twin pairs and multiplets. Current research focuses mainly on cardiovascular and respiratory health and yielded multiple awards and publications. Efforts are on the way to expand into social, psychological, and obesity studies. The work of our registry has been awarded at multiple conferences, without your registration our work would not be so successful.
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Tárnoki Ádám 2016, May 28 - 11:28

Confirmed Speakers:
Jaakko Kaprio
Monica Rankin
Nancy Seagal
Lise Dubois
Gonneke Willemsen
Jeff Craig
Dale Nyholt
John Hopper
Juko Ando
Lucas Ferreira
Chika Honda

Program Outline:
Monday 20th June
08:00-10:00   Registration desk is open
09:00-09:15   Acknowledgement of Country and Opening of the meeting
09:15-17:00   ICTS Scientific Sessions @ QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute

Tárnoki Ádám 2016, May 28 - 11:22

These sisters share a special bond, one that has received attention worldwide.

Article: http://edition.cnn.com/2016/04/12/health/conjoined-sisters-separated-tex...

Tárnoki Ádám 2016, May 5 - 23:56

Conjoined twins Krista and Tatiana have stunned the world's medical experts by seeing through each other's eyes.
The pretty four-year-old twins have two separate bodies but share the same brain.
The girls have a conjoined thalamus, the part of the brain that sends physical sensations and motor functions to the cerebral cortex, allowing them to hear each other's thoughts and see through each other's eyes.

Melicher Dora 2015, October 21 - 21:19

Érdekes cikk a világ első hetesikreiről. A videóból megtudhatjuk eddigi életútjukat.

Melicher Dora 2015, September 22 - 07:40

A ritkán előforduló egypetéjű hármas ikrek – mint ahogy a megnevezés is tükrözi - egyetlen megtermékenyített petesejtből jönnek létre. Ez úgy lehetséges, hogy a zygota kezdeti kettéhasadása után az egyiknél ismét szétválás történik.


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