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March 20th, 2003

Carnegie Mellon scientists create unique DNA probe

Abstract:
PNA2-DNA2 hybrid quadruplexes, which assume a rod-like structure, could also prove important in nanotechnology applications, such as building a nanoscale bridge to conduct electrical charges or a precisely controlled structural component of a biosynthetic material.

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