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"Binomial" and its relation to molecular structures?

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#1 MindlessJPEG



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Posted 01 September 2018 - 08:23 PM

I have a question about the molecular structure in DNA. I went to the doctor for anaphylactic shock for celphalosporins a couple years back and had a group of doctors come in and say something about binominal? I found one study online about cephalosporin allergic reactions in relation to binomial dna (but to be honest it was incredibly hard to read given I'm 20 years old and have no college education and I'm trying to learn via Wikipedia and Bargain hunt books) and I also found some information about triple helix dna structures that can completely remove and throw out segments of unwanted dna and act more like a quantum computer verses attaching itself to a dna..... Nucleus?
But also was study AIU elements and was curious as if it just means I have a certain primate AIU element.
Given my ideas are all over the place, you'd be the coolest for helping me.

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