Four-Stranded DNA Helices Shown to Exist in Human Cells
By Sharon Kingman
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
For 60 years, the DNA double helix has provided an iconic image of how our genetic information is held and how it reproduces. Now scientists at the University of Cambridge in the UK where Watson and Crick developed their ideas about the genetic code have provided another pioneering insight into the workings of human genes.
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