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Recent researches about DNA

'DNA origami' tackles multidrug-resistant cancer cells

A DNA tool that combines gene therapy with chemotherapy could be a promising new way to defeat multidrug-resistant cancer cells. Read More

Human Brain Genomic DNA

This human brain genomic DNA is highly purified and carefully isolated from human adult normal brain tissues. Read More
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What is a Locus

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Locus (plural: loci) is a term used for the DNA markers that are tested and reported on your DNA Testing results. On each report there are generally sixteen markers displayed, fifteen of which are used to help determine your DNA Test results. The names of these loci are listed on the report. An example of one is D2S1338. Each person has two genes at each marker. On your DNA Test result you will sometimes note that there is only one number listed. This means that at this marker a person has two of the same. For example, if at the D2S1338 a person has two 8s the report will only show that gene once. In the case of a DNA Paternity Test, the alleged father must match at least one of these numbers at each of the fifteen markers. Without matches at each position he may be excluded as the biological father of the child. Having the biological mother included with each DNA test will strengthen the results of your test. The last marker on a DNA Test is the AMEL (short for amelogenin) gene. This is the gene that indicates a person gender. This is not generally related to the actual results of a DNA Test.
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Recombinant DNA

Recombinant DNA (or rDNA) is made by combining DNA from two or more sources. In practice, the process often involves combining the DNA of different organisms. The process depends on the ability of cut, and re-join, DNA molecules at points identified by specific sequences of nucleotide bases called restriction sites. DNA fragments are cut out of their normal position in the chromosome using restriction enzymes (also called restriction endonucleases) and then inserted into other chromosomes or DNA molecules using enzymes called ligases., tablet or desktop. This ensures a consistent, and easy to maintain, appearance for your site.

A fragment of DNA, containing a single gene or a number of genes, can be inserted into a vector that can be propagated within another cell. A vector is a section of DNA that can incorporate another DNA fragment without losing the capacity for self-replication, and a vector containing an additional DNA fragment is known as a hybrid vector. If the fragment of DNA includes one or more genes the process is referred to as gene cloning..

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Detailed diagrams of DNA

Detailed diagrams of DNA
Learn more about DNA structures using these hands-on printable DNA diagrams that we have collected for you! In the following medical diagrams, the detailed diagrams of DNA are illustrated in clear pictures. Follow these diagrams to study more about our DNA system and we’ll start by giving you the first DNA components diagram below.

Mitochondrial DNA

Mitochondrial DNA
Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA or mDNA)[3] is the DNA located in mitochondria, cellular organelles within eukaryotic cells that convert chemical energy from food into a form that cells can use, adenosine triphosphate (ATP).

Scientific Proof That Our DNA Is Mutating?

Scientific Proof That Our DNA Is Mutating?
The research of human DNA has recently been enjoying a huge increase of interest by a broad audience. Modern genetic research makes it possible to trace populations and their migrations back into a distant past in order to shed some light on the mysterious origins of man. But it also holds the chance for us to eventually have a look into the future and have some hints of what the future of mankind might look like.
DNA srtructure
DNA, abbreviation of deoxyribonucleic acid, organic chemical of complex molecular structure that is found in all prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells and in many viruses. DNA codes genetic information for the transmission of inherited traits.

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“DNA is like a computer program but far, far more advanced than any software ever created.” ― Bill Gates,
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