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In Angewandte Chemie, Scottish researchers describe a dynamic chemistry approach to analyzing DNA, which they say would allow non-enzymatic genotyping. "This was achieved by the synthesis of a PNA [peptide nucleic acids] strand that contained a 'blank' position opposite the nucleobase under analysis in a complementary DNA template," the researchers write.

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