DIY: How to extract your own DNA

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

In case you want to see the strands of genetic material you're made of, you can extract them yourself, without any fancy lab equipment. You'll need: bottled water, clear dish soap, food coloring, table salt and isopropyl alcohol

For more, watch NOVA's Cracking Your Genetic Code Wednesday, airing on April 28th on PBS.

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