cDNA is 'copy' DNA that is assembled from an RNA template with reverse transcriptase.  Since DNA is more stable than RNA in aqueous buffers, cDNA is often used to archive and analyze gene expression libraries (mRNA) as a cDNA library.  See cDNA library.

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