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(Science Daily)   Gene's junk exposed, cut   ( divider line
    More: Strange, Junk DNA, mRNA, green fluorescent protein, genome project, genome sequencing, zygosity, Nature Structural & Molecular Biology, polymorphisms  
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2013-01-07 03:00:28 PM  
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Goddamnit, yet another article equating "non-protein coding DNA" wqith Junk DNA. The two are not the same thing. We've known there are sequences that act as regulators of splicing inside introns for quite some time as well. The work itself is good work, identifying sequence motifs and annotating intronic splicing regulatory sequences is awesome. But this does not fundamentally change how we look at the genome...
2013-01-07 01:33:39 PM  
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Oh hi guys!
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