DNA - From Structure to Therapy

Dr. Susanne Illenberger, Dr. Nicole Kühl, and Prof. Sebastian Springer, Iversity

DNA stores our genetic information and many diseases are caused by changes in its sequences. We will first learn about the basics of DNA and then find out how it allows for the development of diagnostic and therapeutic strategies.

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