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Do you know, by chance, how scientists discovered the make-up of DNA? Was it via a microscope and if so, what type of microscope allows you to view the structure of DNA?

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    I believe they detected the proteins involved, they knew those long before they even knew what DNA exactly did or looked like.

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    There is some question as to who exactly gets the credit, but here is one response:

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