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posted on 12/08/2005 4:24:47 AM PST
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" "The clustering of regulatory sequences is incredibly interesting," said Kerstin Lindblad-Toh, first author of the Nature paper and co-director of the genome sequencing and analysis program at Broad."
I have been saying for awhile that this a key component in evolution. I think the more critters that get sequenced, the more profound these "non-coding" differences will be. I am looking forward, eagerly.
posted on 12/08/2005 7:55:29 AM PST
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