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DNA

 
complementary DNA (cDNA) (copy DNA (cDNA)) synthetic DNA transcribed from a specific RNA through the reaction of the enzyme reverse transcriptase.
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cDNA

Abbreviation for complementary DNA, sometimes used as copy DNA.
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cDNA

Abbreviation for complementary DNA.
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cDNA

see COPY DNA.
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