Hiding messages in DNA microdots. Clelland CT Computing Methodologies*; DNA*; DNA Primers; Humans; Military Science; Polymerase Chain Reaction. The microdot is a means of concealing messages (steganography) that was developed by Professor Zapp and used by German spies in the Second World War. A DNA microdot offers a novel way in which to communicate secret information. It is an extension of the more traditional microdot, a greatly reduced photograph.
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