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Researchers identify new role for tRNA fragments in tumour suppression.


For years, scientists have been puzzled by the presence of short stretches of genetic material floating inside a variety of cells, ranging from bacteria to mammals, including humans. These fragments are pieces of the genetic instructions cells use to make proteins, but are too short a length to serve their usual purpose. Now, researchers at the Rockefeller University have discovered

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