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Neurogenetics study detects and identifies the function of microexons for the first time.

A study led by researchers from the University of Toronto and the Centre for Genomic Regulation has described a group of small DNA fragments that are key in neuron regulation and maturity.  The genome is the cell’s book of instructions. All the cells in the human body contain the same genomic information but each of them ‘reads’ the gene fragments

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