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Unexpected conserved non-coding DNA blocks in mammals

Trends in Genetics : TIG

Aug 1, 2004

Daniel J. Gaffney, Peter D. Keightley

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The significance of non-coding DNA is a longstanding riddle in the study of molecular evolution. Using a comparative genomics approach, Dermitzakis and colleagues have recently shown that at least some non-coding sequence, frequently ignored as meaningless noise, might bear the signatur...read more

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Sequence Determinations, DNA
Untranslated Regions
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Evolution, Molecular
Chromosomes, Human
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Unexpected conserved non-coding DNA blocks in mammals

Trends in Genetics : TIG

Aug 1, 2004

Daniel J. Gaffney, Peter D. Keightley

PMID: 15262402

DOI: 10.1016/j.tig.2004.06.011

Abstract

The significance of non-coding DNA is a longstanding riddle in the study of molecular evolution. Using a comparative genomics approach, Dermitzakis and colleagues have recently shown that at least some non-coding sequence, frequently ignored as meaningless noise, might bear the signatur...read more

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Sequence Determinations, DNA
Untranslated Regions
Introns

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