Recent findings showed that during pregnancy, mothers and fetuses often exchange cells that can apparently survive in bodies for years, a phenomenon known as microchimerism. Scientists had found that in mice, fetal cells could even migrate into the brains of mothers. Now researchers have the first evidence fetal cells do so in humans as well.
â€” Son’s DNA found in mom’s brain, CBSnews.com.
Ok, can I say : Creepy. Donc, on sait que Ã§a se passe avec les fils, grÃ¢ce Ã l’ADN forcÃ©ment diffÃ©rent, mais on ne sait pas si c’est bon ou mauvais pour la mÃ¨re.