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Many double-stranded DNA viruses infect cells by ejecting their genetic information into a host cell.
e) Extension of this by M-MLV RT in its DNA polymerase mode completes creation of a double-stranded DNA copy of the original RNA target region.
] DNA is made with full double-stranded DNA, not the synthetic single-strand kind in use elsewhere.
This is the sort of RNA structure would have been needed for life exist before the evolution of double-stranded DNA, with its instruction book for proteins that carry out almost all of life's functions today.
The percent double-stranded DNA was calculated from the ration of partially to totally denatured samples, corrected for background fluorescence.
The researchers found a way to control the assembly of gold nanoparticles using rigid, double-stranded DNA.
Immunology profile findings included positive antinuclear antibody (ANA) and double-stranded DNA antibody.
Zlotnick and his group combined the proteins with 500 base-pair-long pieces of double-stranded DNA in test tubes.