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October 8th, 2003

Purdue researchers stretch DNA on chip

Abstract:
Researchers at Purdue University are making it easier to read life's genetic blueprint. They have precisely placed strands of DNA on a silicon chip and then stretched out the strands so that their encoded information might be read more clearly, two steps critical to possibly using DNA for future electronic devices and computers.

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