Artificial DNA copies just like the real thing

| June 7, 2012
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The language of life is about to expand its vocabulary. An international team of researchers discovered that the body’s copying machine for DNA works in the same way for manmade, artificial building blocks of DNA as it does for the natural kind.

View the original article here: Artificial DNA Copies Just Like the Real Thing – LiveScience.com

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