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Is there a way to measure the amount of bytes that are possible to encode in a DNA molecule?
When I saw a DNA molecule for the first time, it kinda reminded me of a hard drive. It consists of slots and there are some possible combinations for each slot; in the hard drive these possible ...
Mar 22 '13 at 6:44
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