|MadSci Network: Molecular Biology|
How do scientists receive the genetic information in organisms since the DNA and RNA molecules are so microscopic? In my biology class, I have studied DNA and RNA in great detail. But when obtaining this information I was curious on how scientists, such as yourself, can obtain so much information from such a minuscle object, RNA and DNA. This information is used for research on genetic disorders and DNA structure. I have been amazed on how much information has been obtained from DNA, but curious on how they get it. Thank you for your time!
Re: How do scientists receive the genetic information in organisms since the RN
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