[ US /ˈdiˌɛˈneɪ/ ]
  1. (biochemistry) a long linear polymer found in the nucleus of a cell and formed from nucleotides and shaped like a double helix; associated with the transmission of genetic information
    DNA is the king of molecules
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How To Use DNA In A Sentence

  • In 1962, tidal levels reached 3.01m above ordnance data level, the height above sea level.
  • DNAs were isolated from individuals that were homozygous for recombinant haplotypes.
  • The artificial DNA might be applied to a future extra cellular genetic system with information storage and amplifiable abilities. Artificial DNA Created
  • All three impulsively committed a felonious act that lead to their incarceration, i.e., attempted murder and kidnapping, attempted murder, and murder.
  • The scientists cannot say if the "hominin" was male or female, but adopted the name tag "X-woman" because the discovery was based on maternally inherited DNA. The Earth Times Online Newspaper
  • Aliquot 10μ l of the master mix for each DNA to be analyzed into a reaction tube.
  • Allozymes are catalytic RNA- or DNA-based molecules whose ability to catalyze a reaction is modulated by their interaction with an effector molecule.
  • In rat liver, it has been shown that tamoxifen forms covalent DNA adducts, implying a genotoxic mechanism for its carcinogenicity in this tissue.
  • Someone said to me, they thought it was markable that Edna Lewis was a chef during the time when there were few black men and almost no women chefs. Memories of Southern Chef Edna Lewis
  • Genomic DNA from each mutant colony was extracted using a Tween - 20 / proteinase K digestion mixture.
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