Kevin Goldstein keving at primenet.com
Thu Nov 30 18:47:39 EST 1995

In article <49hpno$m3p at news.cuny.edu> Etha Schlemermeyer <etha at genectr.hunter.cuny.edu> writes:
>From: Etha Schlemermeyer <etha at genectr.hunter.cuny.edu>
>Subject: DNA
>Date: 29 Nov 1995 14:12:08 GMT

>Can somebody hint me in the right
>direction where to look:
>I would like to read up on the
>phenomen of DNA somethings (sorry
>I forgot) that gets broken off every
>time a cell replicates. So that the
>"end" of that cells replication 
>ability is determined by these
>appendages. Maybe someone knows
>what I mean.



I think you're talking about telomeres, but I'm afraid I don't know the best 
place to point you for more info.

-Kevin Goldstein
kevin at kg.com

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