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58 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN APRIL 2005 Alternative
 

Summary: 58 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN APRIL 2005
CREDIT
Alternative
Genome
The
BY GIL AST
The old axiom "one
gene, one protein"
no longer holds true.
The more complex
an organism,
the more likely it
became that way
by extracting
multiple protein
meanings from
individual genes
GENES of mice and men are 88 percent alike. Many of
the ways that humans differ from rodents arise from how
we edit our genetic information.

  

Source: Ast, Gil - Department of Molecular Genetics and Biochemistry, Tel Aviv University
Lycan, Deborah E. - Department of Biology, Lewis and Clark College

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine