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The long and winding road to doubling the amount of biological material available for research
A new method makes it possible to locate points of similarity between gene control molecules of different species - from lizards to humans - and thus reveal essential sections that have been preserved throughout evolution
The "export" of RNA from the cell nucleus - a necessary process in the creation of proteins and the existence of life in a cell with a nucleus - was previously considered to be uniform and fast. In a new study, Weizmann Institute of Science scientists revealed that there are at least two pathways for RNA export, and that the cell can inhibit certain RNA molecules in the nucleus, while others go out into the cell fluid in the fast and familiar pathway
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