Synthetic DNA is tomorrow’s medicine

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An international team of researchers has created revolutionary proteins that can copy synthetic genetic material – the so-called XNA (Xeno-Nucleic Acids). The breakthrough could pave the way for doctors to start treating diseases with XNA by letting the synthetic genetic material intervene and stop essential processes in the course of a disease.

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