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Rules Governing RNA's Anatomy Revealed

January 7, 2010

biology graphic University of Michigan researchers have discovered the rules that dictate the 3-D shapes of RNA molecules, rules that are based not on complex chemical interactions but simply on geometry. Full Story

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