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'Junk' DNA May Be Source of Disease-Causing Mutations

By Nuala Moran

Monday, September 19, 2011
LONDON – The notion the 98.3 percent of the genome that does not code for proteins amounts to little more than junk is being superseded by increased understanding of the important regulatory roles of noncoding DNA.

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