What does DNA mean to you?

What does DNA mean to you?

by Dr. Hsien-Hsien Lei
Posted January 14, 2009 in Meaning of DNA

dna coffee cup cozy Before I went on maternity leave, I asked fellow DNA Network members to share their thoughts on what DNA means to them. Here are a few more that I didn’t get around to posting earlier.

Jonathan Eisen of The Tree of Life:

DNA is something to sequence.

Misha Angrist of Genome Boy:

DNA: the last three digits of my cell phone number

(Bunch of smart alecks!)

Reader Khushi:

To me, DNA means a way to Demystify Nature’s Accuracy and the interdependence of the two to unfold the hidden secrets.

What does DNA mean to you? Please share your thoughts in the comments and you may be featured here at Eye on DNA!

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Comment by Jonathan A. Eisen Subscribed to comments via email

I was going more for clear, precise and concise. But I never complain about being called a smart aleck

 
Comment by Rebecca TaYlor

I am sure no one will agree, but you asked what DNA means to me. If I want to find God anywhere, I find Him in the amazing DNA molecule. In fact, the more I work in molecular biology, the stronger my faith becomes.

P.S. Congrats on the new addition. Pregnant with #5 myself! Passing on that precious DNA.

 
Comment by Carolina

To me DNA is the answer to A LOT of questions!!!

 

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