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Quadruple-Helix DNA Found in Living Human Cells

News   Jan 14, 2021 | Original story from Imperial College London

 
Quadruple-Helix DNA Found in Living Human Cells

Fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy map of nuclear DNA in live cells stained with the new probe. Colours represent fluorescence lifetimes between 9 (red) and 13 (blue) nanoseconds. Credit: Imperial College London.

 
 
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