In article <40fvnl$ia0 at lace.colorado.edu>,
AL R. PLUMMER <aplummer at sprint.uccs.edu> wrote:
>Raymond Mejia (ray at helix.nih.gov) wrote:
>>: Hello folks. Can anyone tell me the Spanish translation for "to clone"?
>: Many technical terms in English are used in other languages, and this may
>: be one of them. But, I do not know.
>>: I have a colleague preparing to lecture in Spanish, who needs a technical
>: dictionary (or text, perhaps) that includes terms used in -molecular
>: biology. Any suggestions? Thank you.
>>: Raymond Mejia
>: Laboratory of Kidney and Electrolyte Metabolism, NHLBI, and
>: Mathematical Research Branch, NIDDK
>: National Institutes of Health
>: Bethesda, MD 20892-2690
>: E-mail: ray at helix.nih.gov>: Tel: (301)496-9972
>: Fax: (301)402-0535
>>To clone=Clonar. Sorry, but I do not know of a technical Castellano-
>English dictionary. You might contact Dr. James Mattoon at
>jmattoon at sprint.uccs.edu with your query. He lectures in Brazil
>and Argentina on a regular basis.
May I also suggest "piciar" (say it out loud to get the joke) for the
verb "to amplify DNA."
ntheo at welchlink.welch.jhu.edu
Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore, MD