Decoding the Language of the Genome

News   Feb 27, 2017 | Original story from University of California San Diego

 
Decoding the Language of the Genome

Artistic rendering of RNA-DNA interactions. A 3D structure of tightly coiled DNA is depicted as the body of a dragon in Chinese myth. Interacting RNAs are depicted as hairs, whiskers and claws, which are essential for the dragon to function. Image credit: Victor O. Leshyk

 
 
 

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