Is “I-DNA” derived from Nuclear DNA ?

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On the basis of double radioactive labelling and buoyant density studies, it is concluded that “I-DNA” is not a separate entity from nuclear DNA but may be an artefact derived from it.

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MÜLLER, W., ZAHN, R. & BEYER, R. Is “I-DNA” derived from Nuclear DNA ?. Nature 227, 1211–1212 (1970) doi:10.1038/2271211a0

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