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Extract the DNA from strawberries in your kitchen [Life hacks]
posted April 24 2013 19:46.12 by Giorgos Lazaridis




If this method really extracts pure DNA, then its just amazing how simple it is! Literally, with staff you can find in your kitchen! James shows how you can use shampoo, salt and alcohol and see the DNA of the strawberries with your own eyes.



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