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Synthetic Molecule Invades Double-stranded DNA

News   Nov 13, 2018 | Original story by Jocelyn Duffy for Carnegie Mellon University

 
Synthetic Molecule Invades Double-stranded DNA

Developed by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, this janus gamma peptide nucleic acid (PNA) can invade the double helix of DNA and RNA. Carnegie Mellon University

 
 
 

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