"International Weekly Journal of Science"
Nature appears weekly and publishes papers from any area of science with great potential impact. The importance of Nature papers often extends well beyond the confines of the specific discipline concerned. Nature also publishes a broad range of informal material in the form of opinion articles, news stories, briefings and recruitment features, and contributed material such as Correspondence; Commentary; News and Views; Scientific Correspondence; book, software and product reviews; Reviews; Progress articles; etc.
Volume 331, Number 6155, February 1988.
Cover: Photomicrograph of high-density liquid crystalline DNA.
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