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    • Integrated DNA Technologies

      Why the Knotted Language of DNA Sounds Like Music (Gizmodo)

    • Opal Rabalais

      "MALBAC" (short for Multiple Annealing and Looping-based Amplification Cycles, since you asked): More than 3 years in the making, this new technique allows scientists to reproduce an entire DNA molecule from a single cell. Imagine future forensics--identity will not be based on a fingerprint, but an entire genome! | Xiaoliang Sunney Xie, Alec Chapman and Chenghang Zong, Harvard

    • Janin Otwell @ Celebelle

      Dna News, Videos, Reviews and Gossip - Gizmodo

    • J. E. Bruce

      DNA Sequencing of Ancient Human Remains Paints A Vastly More Complex Picture of Evolution (full article below).

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