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Homemade Microscope Reveals How Viruses Cling to Our DNA

News   Apr 20, 2018 | Original Story from the University of Virginia Health System.

 
Homemade Microscope Reveals How Viruses Cling to Our DNA

M. Mitchell Smith, PhD, (left) built the laser microscope even though his background is in molecular genetics, not microscope building. He is pictured with collaborators Margaret J. Grant and Dean H. Kedes, MD, PhD. many more images and a 3-D animation are available. Credit: Dan Addison, University of Virginia.

 
 
 

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