Bilingual DNA codes discovered — Second language means 'a lot for disease diagnosis and treatment'
from Design & Trends
Scientists have discovered a second way to read and decode DNA code, and the findings are leading to speculation that it could forever change how doctors uncover, diagnose and treat various diseases. Scientists at the University of Washington conducted the research as a part of the Encyclopedia of DNA Elements Project, or ENCODE, according to a news release. The project's objective is to determine how and where directions for biological functions are stored in the human genome.
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