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The image shows a single thread of double-stranded DNA suspended on a bed of nanoscopic silicon pillars. It was created by Enzo di Fabrizio and a team at Italy's University of Genoa, which ...

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This image is based on an x-ray crystal structure of a G-quadruplex formed from the DNA sequence found in human genomes. This image is based on an x-ray crystal structure of a G-quadruplex formed ...

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Background high tech image of dna molecule Colorful alignment of DNA. The picture shows an alignment with different DNA amplicons. The picture was taken on 2019 Sequence DNA. Background of the symbols of nucleotide bases transcribed nucleic acid molecule DNA molecules. Gene, genetic research or modern medicine concepts. 3D rendering.

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Whether Franklin would have deduced the structure of DNA on her own, from her own data, had Watson and Crick not obtained Gosling's image, is a hotly debated topic, made more controversial by the negative caricature of Franklin presented in the early chapters of Watson's history of the research on DNA structure, The Double Helix.

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Franklin is best known for her work on the X-ray diffraction images of DNA, particularly Photo 51, while at King's College London, which led to the discovery of the DNA double helix for which James Watson, Francis Crick and Maurice Wilkins shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1962.