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This is a testy sounding subject.
 

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elliptical retrograde undulating uncertainties.
 

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ding ding ding, Marty gets the prize!
 

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reverse transcriptase!!!
 

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Originally posted by The Polymerase Chain Reaction By Tabitha M. Powledge
It is hard to exaggerate the impact of the polymerase chain reaction. PCR, the quick, easy method for generating unlimited copies of any fragment of DNA, is one of those scientific developments that actually deserves timeworn superlatives like "revolutionary" and "breakthrough."

First described only 10 years ago, in its short life PCR has transformed the life sciences utterly. From the daily practicalities of medical diagnosis to the theoretical framework of systematics, from courts of law to field studies of animal behavior, PCR takes analysis of tiny amounts of genetic material-even damaged genetic material-to a new level of precision and reliability.

"PCR is the most important new scientific technology to come along in the last hundred years," says Mark R. Hughes, deputy director of the National Center for Human Genome Research at the National Institutes of Health (perhaps better known as the Human Genome Project). And Science has pointed out that, because it is far simpler and less expensive than previous techniques for duplicating DNA, PCR has democratized genetic research, putting it within reach of all biologists, even those with no training in molecular biology.
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what a buncha post whores!
 

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Originally posted by moriarty+Mar 12 2005, 09:51 AM-->QUOTE (moriarty @ Mar 12 2005, 09:51 AM)
<!--QuoteBegin-The Polymerase Chain Reaction By Tabitha M. Powledge

It is hard to exaggerate the impact of the polymerase chain reaction. PCR, the quick, easy method for generating unlimited copies of any fragment of DNA, is one of those scientific developments that actually deserves timeworn superlatives like "revolutionary" and "breakthrough."

First described only 10 years ago, in its short life PCR has transformed the life sciences utterly. From the daily practicalities of medical diagnosis to the theoretical framework of systematics, from courts of law to field studies of animal behavior, PCR takes analysis of tiny amounts of genetic material-even damaged genetic material-to a new level of precision and reliability.

"PCR is the most important new scientific technology to come along in the last hundred years," says Mark R. Hughes, deputy director of the National Center for Human Genome Research at the National Institutes of Health (perhaps better known as the Human Genome Project). And Science has pointed out that, because it is far simpler and less expensive than previous techniques for duplicating DNA, PCR has democratized genetic research, putting it within reach of all biologists, even those with no training in molecular biology.
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speaking of PCR... i've met the guy that came up with that idea.. and man.. u talk about mad scientist... he's one of them... hes filthy ritch now.. and could care less if he offends any one.... he lives like a rock star now... sex sex sex... lol... it pays to be nerdy!
 

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Move to a tourist island for a summer. Sex, sex, sex gets really old pretty quickly when it's always available. I lived on Crete from '85 to '88. It's where all the Scandinavian women go for vacation. It really does get old pretty fast.
 

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i guess it would... but i certainly wouldnt' complain
 
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