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Ultimately there will probably be hereditary tattoos that can prevent infection and stay clear longer, use natural colors of nature and even be 3 d in depiction. That is pretty significant tech materials, but you can get it to develop into existence within a couple of decades as genetic manipulation or cell saying BioTech break-throughs become more prevalent.

Recently this topic arrived at an online think tank and a fellow thinker asked the question; "GENETIC TATTOOS sounds fascinating and smart job. .

The short answer is No Way, however below are a few additional thoughts below. Genetic Tattoos within this scenario may not transferred into the next generation. But with some extra work we maybe able to persuade them to through a skip production scenario, if we did it until pro-creation and during modification of their sexual cells and that would be a great deal of work so, theoretically you might twist around with it, but most likely not still?

We'd enter into some significant discussions, but such a process done over and over with the same family lineup and the term of hormones could alter that is way out stuff, but still the clear answer is No, not likely. However, if it was a sexual organ or at a few of those areas of your body there are a few possibilities, but probably not, although theoretically a possibility and if we might somehow alter the production from the mother of their hormonal bath of the infant from the uterus that you can alter the development some, but seeking to execute a 3D scene within skin, I would say no manner.

It would be easier in a test tube baby under specific conditions throughout formation, but would it really change therefore it would be passed on once morethe following time; again most likely maybe again.

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