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March 31st, 2003

Electrifying claims for DNA are dashed

Abstract:
Can DNA conduct electricity? Some physicists claim it is a superconductor. Others believe it does not conduct electricity at all. And biologists have agonised about how conductivity might affect its function.

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NewScientist

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