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DNASDynamic Network Authentication System
DNASDéclaration Nominative Annuelle des Salaires (French: Nominal Annual Wage Statement)
DNASDistributed Network Audio Server
DNASDirector Naval Academy Sailing
DNASDictionary of Nucleic Acid Structures
DNASDeaf Network and Associated Service
DNASDigital Network Access System (TPI)
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Therefore, the development of novel, high-throughput, sensitive technologies for sample preparations is a prerequisite for the successful detection of the small number of exfoliated cells or of the small amounts of DNA, RNA and proteins in these cells.
The single largest barrier to using circulating DNA for cancer detection is the amount of circulating undegraded DNA that can be isolated is low, making it unsuitable for currently available assay technologies.
Establishing that DNA can also act as an enzyme is important in the study of how life on Earth originated.
"The idea [for Delitto Perfetto] emerged from a combination of approaches, including a DNA cassette cocktail," Storici explains.
Delitto Perfetto is a two-step, cloning-free method: First, the CORE cassette containing genetic markers is targeted into yeast DNA, to a particular DNA sequence where the mutation, deletion, or insertion is desired.
The Gilead scientists first created a huge molecular library consisting of more than a billion slightly different pieces of DNA. Then they sloshed this population of molecules over a surface studded with billions of thrombin molecules.
Joyce and Beaudry wanted a ribozyme that could snip DNA -- something it normally couldn't do.
Barton and co-worker Inho Lee were searching vital DNA for unusual structures, which often prove to be biologi ically interesting.
The probe, it turns out, bound to specific structures on DNA introns The researchers shone a light on the DNA to trigger a break at the sites of each of these structures and then determined their locations by studying the cleavage patterns.
The surface DNA fragments do not appear to undergo replication or perform any genetic coding function.
The 1970s experiments hinted that cell-surface DNA might help explain how tumor cells and viruses evade the immune system and how certain cancer drugs work.