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RNA (ribonucleic acid)

RNA (ribonucleic acid) is created when DNA is transcribed. Like DNA, RNA contains the chemical bases adenine (A), cytosine (C) and guanine (G), but uses uracil (U) instead of thymine (T).

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Podcast Review: The Naked Scientists - The coronavirus mutation situation 22 June 2020 Review
From fertility lab to COVID testing: a personal experience of pandemic redeployment 26 May 2020 Comment
Patients test positive for COVID-19 after clinical recovery 26 May 2020 News
Coronavirus mutations provide insight into spread patterns 11 May 2020 News
How can diagnostic fertility testing labs help in the battle against COVID-19? 11 May 2020 Comment
New CRISPR-based COVID-19 point-of-care diagnostic 11 May 2020 News
Organoid models suggest COVID-19 virus infects human intestinal cells 11 May 2020 News
CRISPR helps uncover new leukaemia genes 27 April 2020 News
Virtual embryo gives insight into early embryo development 27 April 2020 News
CRISPR diagnostic test to help kidney transplant patients 20 April 2020 News
Podcast Review: Episode 3: The Gene Gap - Can we trust science to police itself? 6 April 2020 Review
Stress impacts sperm and brain development of offspring 30 March 2020 News
CRISPR can now target RNA - including coronavirus genome 23 March 2020 News
Egg enzyme unpacks paternal genome 23 March 2020 News
New Cas9 variant reduces off-target CRISPR effects 9 March 2020 News
DNA sequencing used to combat coronavirus 3 February 2020 News
RNA sequencing used to investigate sperm microbiome 3 February 2020 News
RNA discovery changes our understanding of gene expression 27 January 2020 News
Diet has rapid effects on sperm quality 6 January 2020 News
E-CRISPR could be used to rapidly detect viruses 18 November 2019 News
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