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gene regulation further explained

  September, 27 2002 4:56
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SMU and UNC researchers make an advance in our understanding of gene regulation

Researchers from Southern Methodist University and the University of North Carolina have made an important advance in our understanding of gene regulation. The new insight comes from discovering the biochemical mechanisms by which an important protein works to silence genes.

Ellen Mayou
Southern Methodist University

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