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Gene Expression’s Big Rethink
If The “One Gene, One Protein, One Function” Idea Was True, We Would Have Genomic Gridlock
- One gene, one protein? No. One gene, one functional product? No, not that, either—even though saying “functional product” has the virtue of recognizing that a stretch of DNA may give rise to a protein or a noncoding RNA. Whatever we may assume a gene will do, we should ...
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