A new study published in Nature Communications by Adam Diehl, Ningxin Ouyang, and Alan Boyle, University of Michigan Medical School and members of the University of Michigan Center for RNA Biomedicine, shows that transposable elements play an important role in regulating genetic expression with implications to advance the understanding of genetic evolution.
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