Web Date: May 24, 2012
DNA’s Destiny Lies In Its Solvation
As scientists sequence more and more genomes, they need efficient tools to parse the mountains of data. For example, to uncover the genetic causes of disease, scientists often need to determine whether a DNA sequence codes for a protein. Using basic solvation properties of DNA, researchers have now developed a simple and accurate method for predicting whether a stretch of DNA codes for messenger RNA (mRNA), which translates into a . . .
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