The Double Life of RNA

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This page, presented by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, features an interactive presentation about ribonucleic acid, RNA. In four lectures, Nobel laureate Thomas R. Cech, Ph.D., discusses the ability of RNA to act as more than just an intermediary between DNA and proteins. In addition to reading a summary of the lectures, visitors can view a "webcast" of the lectures.

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