Common misspellings for dna:
mna, dea, donal, dnace, denal, deniy, dnn, donar, ndia, denae, dinie, deiny, denan, donei, d'nijah, chna, tna, deney, daina, dener, daa, dday, dnacer, diaan, downa, didn'i, dina, donait, dtae, denai, dtha, dancia, doinv, ddone, towna, dta, nadne, da, ina, gna, d0n't, ona, doena, una, tayna, don'y, donea, deniay, donati, dania, madona, diana'a, dney, denia, dnaiel, dunca, danna, didn'n, dvae, dinal, nday, disny, donew, dn, danday, donho, dnthe, denta, denum, dra, owna, ena, denie, doinf, dena, dunka, enar, dne, donnna, dtaa, dya, knao, dua, denar, denna, deeana, wna, dyno, don'f, denark, cidny, dns, denay, dahne, pna, tanay, doniat, donat, dnjoy, tgna, don'e, dounf, dnt, cna, turna, dknow, ana, ndian, doone, denei, doa, dynaic, dona, don'n, dana, doinh, denaid, dinnar, dyna, sna, ddamn, dinage, danuba, deine, drana, dia, donaor, donee, edna, downo, nda, d0ne, datona, deja, dan, doinga, na, didny, knda, modnay, daiana, denye, dezne, doona, dfna, dna, dnad, dnd, dfa, dla, dsa, danii, didn'y, dn't, dsney, d0nt, don'r, donta, dyname, dypnea, dnr, dno, dunaway, teina, xna, fna, rna, dja, dnz, dnw, dnq, sdna, xdna, dxna, cdna, fdna, rdna, drna, dbna, dnba, dmna, dnma, djna, dnja, dhna, dnha, dnza, dnaz, dnsa, dnas, dnwa, dnaw, dnqa, dnaq, ddna, dnna, lna, dnc, d na, dn a.
Definition of dna:
- a nucleic acid found in the nucleus of a cell and consisting of a polymer formed from nucleotides and shaped like a double helix; associated with the transmission of genetic information; " DNA is the king of molecules"
- A deoxyribonucleotide polymer that is the primary genetic material of all cells. Eukaryotic and prokaryotic organisms normally contain DNA in a double- stranded state, yet several important biological processes transiently involve single- stranded regions. DNA, which consists of a polysugar- phosphate backbone possessing projections of purines ( adenine and guanine) and pyrimidines ( thymine and cytosine), forms a double helix that is held together by hydrogen bonds between these purines and pyrimidines ( adenine to thymine and guanine to cytosine).