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How cells hack their own genes

09:48 EDT 23 Aug 2017 | Science Daily

DNA in all organisms from yeast to humans encodes the genes that make it possible to live and reproduce. But these beneficial genes make up only 2% of our DNA. Now researchers have unveiled a novel mechanism for gene expression.

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