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NSF funds RNA-Seq of “precocious cells”

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MADISON — Anthony Gitter remembers the mental spark when listening to a recent talk about the discovery of so-called “precocious cells” — a tiny group of cells that lead a furious advance charge against infection. “What really struck me was ...

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Chemist seeks new understanding of RNA

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By Kenny Berkowitz –  As an undergraduate at Latvia’s Riga Technical University, Eriks Rozners found himself drawn to RNA, challenged by the complexity of its molecular structure, which is more flexible and less stable than that of DNA. Nearly 30 ...

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