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DNA, or deoxyribonucleic acid, is the hereditary material in humans and almost all other organisms. Nearly every cell in a person’s body has the same DNA. Most DNA is located in the cell nucleus (where it is called nuclear DNA), but a small amount of DNA can also be found in the mitochondria (where it is called mitochondrial DNA or mtDNA).
Small RNA-Binding Protein Promotes Prime Editing Efficiency

Small RNA-Binding Protein Promotes Prime Editing Efficiency

First Comprehensive Map of Protein Movement in Yeast Cell Cycle Revealed

First Comprehensive Map of Protein Movement in Yeast Cell Cycle Revealed

Revealing the Genetic Mechanisms Driving SARS-CoV-2 Variants

Revealing the Genetic Mechanisms Driving SARS-CoV-2 Variants

Enhancing Drug Discovery Through Automated Protein Labeling

Enhancing Drug Discovery Through Automated Protein Labeling

The Genetic Secret Behind Human Skull Morphology

The Genetic Secret Behind Human Skull Morphology

U of T Scientists Make Breakthrough Discovery in DNA Repair Mechanism

U of T Scientists Make Breakthrough Discovery in DNA Repair Mechanism

Mysterious Plasmid in Human Gut Holds Potential for Health Hazard Detection

Mysterious Plasmid in Human Gut Holds Potential for Health Hazard Detection

Genomic Research Unravels Arabica Coffee's Ancient Origins

Genomic Research Unravels Arabica Coffee's Ancient Origins

Study Offers Valuable Insights Into Mutagenesis Mechanisms and Cancer Evolution

Study Offers Valuable Insights Into Mutagenesis Mechanisms and Cancer Evolution

Deciphering the Significance of m6A RNA Modification in HIV-1 Genome

Deciphering the Significance of m6A RNA Modification in HIV-1 Genome

Unraveling the Molecular Mechanisms of DNA Entanglement Resolution

Unraveling the Molecular Mechanisms of DNA Entanglement Resolution

Different Chromosomes Found to Have Separate End-Specific Telomere-Length Distributions

Different Chromosomes Found to Have Separate End-Specific Telomere-Length Distributions

Cataloging Bacteria in Cancer Metastases

Cataloging Bacteria in Cancer Metastases

Understanding Prostate Cancer Disparities Through Proteogenomics

Understanding Prostate Cancer Disparities Through Proteogenomics

Cellular Atlas of the Human Ovary Offers Hope for Restoring Hormone Production and Fertility

Cellular Atlas of the Human Ovary Offers Hope for Restoring Hormone Production and Fertility

Nature's 'Molecular Kitchen': Heat Flows and the Origin of Life's Ingredients

Nature's 'Molecular Kitchen': Heat Flows and the Origin of Life's Ingredients

AI Predicts Mutations for Improved Protein Function

AI Predicts Mutations for Improved Protein Function

Unveiling the Diversity and Evolutionary Dynamics of Centromeres Across Primates

Unveiling the Diversity and Evolutionary Dynamics of Centromeres Across Primates

New Virus Offers Hope for Amphibians Ravaged by Fungus

New Virus Offers Hope for Amphibians Ravaged by Fungus

New Tool Predicts How Proteins Interact with RNA Structures

New Tool Predicts How Proteins Interact with RNA Structures

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