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AcronymDefinition
DNADeoxyribonucleic Acid
DNADepartment(al) Network Administrator
DNADaily News and Analysis (India; newspaper)
DNADoes Not Apply
DNAGenentech, Inc (stock symbol)
DNAData Not Available
DNADermatology Nurses' Association
DNADark Native Apostle (gaming)
DNADirezione Nazionale Antimafia (Italian: National Anti-Mafia Directorate)
DNADistributed interNet Applications
DNADirectia Nationala Anticoruptie (Romanian)
DNADynamic Network Architecture
DNADefense Nuclear Agency
DNADernières Nouvelles d'Algérie (French: Latest News from Algeria)
DNADirection Nationale de l'Arbitrage (French: National Directorate of Arbitration)
DNADirect Network Attach
DNADo not Age
DNADistributed Internet Architecture
DNADetection of Network Attachment
DNADec Network Architecture
DNADomain Name Aftermarket
DNADoes not Answer
DNADevice Networked Architecture
DNADynamic Network Abstraction
DNADigital Noise Alliance
DNADomain Name Address
DNADigital Network Access
DNADelayed Neutron Activation
DNADetroit News Agency
DNADo Not Adopt (used by animal shelters to refer to animal abusers)
DNADigital Nonlinear Accelerator
DNADo Not Abbreviate
DNADepartment of Native Affairs (various locations)
DNADirection de la Navigation Aérienne (French: Directorate of Air Navigation; Morocco)
DNADet Norske Arbeiderparti (Norwegian Labour Party)
DNADomain Name Authority (various locations)
DNADelivery Network Accelerator (BitTorrent)
DNADenver Newspaper Agency (Denver, CO)
DNADistributed Internet Applications Architecture (Microsoft)
DNADistributed Network Analyzer
DNADelaware Nurses Association
DNADynamic Network Analyzer (Lucent)
DNADynamic Network Administration (Ericsson)
DNADie Neue Allianz (German: The New Alliance)
DNADe Nieuw Amsterdam (theater group)
DNADelta Nu Alpha
DNADistributed Network Attack
DNADo Not Announce (hospital patient privacy)
DNADépense Non Admise (French: Non-Deductible Expense)
DNADo Not Abbreviate (online gaming clan)
DNADeutscher Normenausschuss (German Committee of Standards)
DNANational Dyslexia Association (humor)
DNADirect Network Access
DNADernière Nouvelles d'Alsace (French newspaper)
DNADesignated Naval Aviator (US Navy)
DNADoNotAge (OSPF)
DNADoctors Net Access
DNADatanetwork Associates (Software)
DNADistribution Nationale Airsoft (French airsoft supply company)
DNADinebeiina Nahiilna be Agaditahe (Navajo legal counselors)
DNADid Not Answer
DNADid Not Attend
DNADo Not Ask
DNADefinitely Not Attractive
DNADown Auxiliary
DNADistributed Internetwork Architecture (Microsoft)
DNADid Not Attack (Dana Carvey)
DNADo Not Approve
DNADo Not Answer (cell phone)
DNADo Not Admit
DNADrug 'n Alcohol (band)
DNADiversified Naval Architects, Inc. (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
DNADorchester Neighborhood Association (Waldorf, Maryland)
DNADjibouti National Army
DNADigital Narrowband Analysis
DNADistributed Networking Agent
DNADownriver Numismatic Association
DNADesignated National Authority
DNADouglas Noel Adams (late British author of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series)
DNADevelopment Needs Analysis
DNADigital Network Architecture
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This process begins by isolating the DNA from the buccal swab.
DNA 14, Las Cruces--Ruth Burkhart, RN, MSN, 3769 Damonite Ct., Las Cruces, NM, Burkhart@nmsu.edu.
Paabo's team extracted DNA from a 38,000-year-old Neandertal fossil previously discovered in Croatia.
Among them: Georgia Dunston, founding director of the National Human Genome Center at Howard University; Bruce Jackson, founder of the African-American DNA Roots Project; and Charles Crutchfield, a clinical dermatologist who used genetic research to develop a treatment for psoriasis.
"DNA methylation-based diagnostics have the potential to substantially change the way physicians first diagnose and later treat cancer patients," said Professor Robert Brown, Ph.D., University of Glasgow.
A unifying concept central to a modern, molecular view of epigenetics postulates that the pattern of modifications (both of DNA and of histone proteins themselves) provides information content that instructs the enzymes integral to nuclear physiology (Jaenisch and Bird 2003; Strahl and Allis 2000).
What makes DNA a good research tool for tracing dogs' ancestry?
Then, they used a chemical reaction to make many copies of whatever pieces remained of the mammoth's DNA. Many of the pieces overlapped, so the scientists were able to put them together, like a jigsaw puzzle, into a complete whole.
Initially, the partners will introduce two types of DNA chips for research.
Following DNA extraction, real-time PCR (using DNA probes) and conventional PCR were used to screen for Bartonella DNA in each blood sample (23).
This past fall, the American Simmental Association published the first Marker-Assisted Expected Progeny Differences (MA-EPDs) for tenderness, using results from the IGENITY TenderGENE[TM] DNA test combined with traditional data.
But when we used DNA technology on the same specimens, we detected more than 30 cases.