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New DNA-nanotechnology Enhances DNA and RNA Analysis

News   May 21, 2019 | Original story from Harvard’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering and Harvard Medical School

 
New DNA-nanotechnology Enhances DNA and RNA Analysis

In this image, the use of SABER-FISH enabled the visualization of the retina's organization into distinct layers with the light-sensing photoreceptor layer positioned at the top of the image. Each layer contains a diversity of specialized neuronal cells that can be identified by the presence of unique RNA molecules detected by the method. Credit: HMS Genetics Department and Blavatnik Institute, and HHMI.

 
 
 

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