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RAINBOW DNA earrings :)
Rainbow DNA Beaded Earrings!
DIY double helix earrings with seed beads, wire, and bugles
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DNA earrings - make these in trisomy colors!! Great awareness jewelry idea...
The DNA is a molecular chain physically located in chromosomes, structures present in the nucleus of cells. Genes are encoded by the DNA and specify how and when to build proteins which then act as molecular machines. These molecular machines interact in complex networks to perform most vital functions in cells. The communities of cells, through complex interactions, then give rise to animals, including human beings.
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Researcher explains importance of Ebola genome study in Q&A interview - The virus is rapidly mutating.
Researchers have uncovered a protein that stabilizes Crohn's disease gene
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genetic hair loss may seem like a curse, but it is not the case. Family, passed down from generation to generation and inheritance. genetic hair loss , Allows you to hair loss at the age of 27 in his previous experience, the twin brother of the can! As a family of genes is very strange. But in reality, is as follows. Yes genetic hair loss is more common in men, but you can choose.
By discovering genetic markers in DNA, scientists are not only able to trace geographic lineage, but they can help identify hereditary traits. Storing your DNA means having undiscovered family history at your fingertips. To learn more about storing DNA visit www.genisyss.com
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DNA molecules consist of two anti-parallel chains held together by complementary base pairs that form a double helix.
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A DNA Molecule with the Connectivity of a Truncated Octahedron. A truncated octahedron contains six squares and eight hexagons. This is a view down the fourfold axis of one of the squares. Each edge of the truncated octahedron contains two double helical turns of DNA. The molecule contains 14 cyclic strands of DNA. Each face of the octahedron corresponds to a different cyclic strand. In this drawing, each nucleotide is shown with a colored dot corresponding to the backbone, and a white dot corresponding to the base. This picture shows the strand corresponding to the square at the center of the figure and parts of the four strands at the cardinal points of the figure. In addition to the 36 edges of the truncated octahedron, each vertex contains a hairpin of DNA extending from it. These hairpins are all parts of the strands that correspond to the squares. The molecular weight of this molecule as about 790,000 Daltons.
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Fifth Foresight Conference: DNA Nanotechnology
Complex DNA is only part of a living cell. Some scientists think it organized itself by accident, but unlike the marbles used to make this model, the billion molecules needed to make the DNA in one living cell will not sit patiently while you put then all together. If you couldn't put them together on purpose, then how could they fall together by accident?
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We are born this way! Dance runs in our DNA.
How Do We Know Intelligent Design Is a Scientific "Theory"?
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Complex DNA is only part of a living cell. Some scientists think it organized itself by accident, but unlike the marbles used to make this model, the billion molecules needed to make the DNA in one living cell will not sit patiently while you put then all together. If you couldn't put them together on purpose, then how could they fall together by accident?....sciences way of telling you God does exist.
DNA double helix - the stuff of life!
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http://www.astrobio.net/pressrelease/3935/how-water-shapes-dna How Water Shapes DNA http://phys.org/news/2010-11-dna-pathway.html New DNA repair pathway http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1751-1097.2012.01100.x/abstract Tualang Honey Protects Keratinocytes from Ultraviolet Radiation-Induced Inflammation and DNA Damage†