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Gene enhancers are important despite apparent redundancy

(DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Scientists answered a long-standing question about the role of enhancers. And by better linking the genomic complement of an organism with its expressed characteristics, their work offers new insights that further the growing field of systems biology, which seeks to gain a predictive understanding of living systems.
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