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Twinkling Stars or DNA?

News   Apr 15, 2019 | Original story from Duke University

 
Twinkling Stars or DNA?

These tiny points of light might look like stars twinkling in the sky. But in reality they're different molecules of light-up DNA, blinking on and off as they bind and unbind under a microscope. Credit: Shalin Shah, Duke University

 
 
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