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Are all genes made equal?  In other words, do the protein recipes that they encode all get turned out at the same rate?  Surprisingly, the answer is no. With the help of a mathematician, molecular biologist Ian Stansfield is trying to find out why.
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« Last Edit: 30/08/2011 16:30:26 by _system »


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