Former Junk DNA Candidate Proves Indispensable
Some of the primary candidates for being labeled "Junk DNA" have been the highly repetitive regions of the genome that, after years of study, seemed to have no discernable function. However, new research has shown that the RNAs encoded by these regions are key players in promoting genome stability and function. More...
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