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The difference between a female and male cell showing the presence of the Barr or chromatin body discovered by Murray Barr and Ewart Bartram in 1949. This Barr body is able to be seen under the microscope, and therefore the sex of a fetus can be found through analysis of the amniotic fluid.

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