University of Toronto and Canadian Institute for Advanced Research Scientists Decode Mystery Sequences Involved in Gene Regulation
7/11/2013 7:34:03 AM
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Every cell in an organism's body has the same copy of DNA, yet different cells do different things; for example, some function as brain cells, while others form muscle tissue. How can the same DNA make different things happen? A major step forward is being announced today that has implications for our understanding of many genetically-linked diseases, such as autism.
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