"These chains may contain thousands of nucleotides, and the specific sequences contain the code for producing all the proteins that make up an organism. Although the code had been cracked decades before, DNA existed in only minute quantities in the body, which made it difficult to purify and study, even in the 1980's. Cetus and several other biotech companies had developed technology to make short sequences of DNA, called oligonucleotides, but these were only ten base pairs long."
This reminds me of my biology lectures. Lol same question.
"Classically, the stuffing is nothing more than herbs, garlic, and bread crumbs moistened with olive oil, but tasters found this combination flat and in need of refinement. Additional herbs, like oregano and marjoram, merely muddied the taste, and cheese added richness but turned gummy during steaming. Then it occured to us that the filling had the same components - excluding the mint and bread crumbs - as gremolata, the assertive garnish used to lighten osso buco."
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"I don't go in for a full day of singing and dancing and rejoicing, no matter how nice the hats are. I prefer my Gospel monotonously droned to me from a pulpit thank you very much. Quakers. These Folks produced only two good things I liked- Oatmeal and Richard Nixon."
"With A8 still the active cell, double-click the Format Painter button in the Clipboard group. A moving marquee surrounds the source cell and a paintbrush displays attached to the cell pointer. This icon means the formats are copied from the source cell and can be pasted to multiple cells or ranges."
@Kyrios : I'm ignoring your post because you weren't following the format of the thread. Try to pay more attnetion next time.