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DNA, RNA, Chromosomes, and Genes

DNA and RNA

How has DNA become commercialized?

DNA has been extensively commercialized in its applications to plant biotechnology, genetically modified organisms, gene therapy, gene patents, and applications to forensic science. DNA jewelry, artwork, and apparel can also be purchased—even music CDs have been created based on DNA sequences!



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