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In a recent Nature leading article the possibility of the occurrence of resonance absorption at microwave frequencies in DNA was discussed in terms of the latest available theoretical and experimental evidence, and its implications were assessed. Because of the far-reaching nature of these implications it is important that the existence or otherwise of such(More)
The relative permittivity and dielectric loss of aqueous solutions of plasmid (pUC8.c1 and pUC8.c2) DNA have been measured at 20 degrees C over the frequency range 100 MHz-10 GHz. The solutions had a concentration of 0.1% DNA, and were studied both in the relaxed and the supercoiled form. The dielectric measurements were made using a variety of techniques(More)
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