More Grammar Rules

In the 1950s, Erwin Chargaff noted that the amount of adenine in a given stretch of DNA is equal to the amount of thymine, and guanine to cytosine, a finding that James Watson and Francis Crick used to support their double-helix model of DNA. At arXiv, two biophysicists report that they've extended these "grammar" rules for DNA.

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