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How retrotransposons control the brain

Around half of the genome is made up of transposable elements or ‘jumping genes’ that derive from ancient viral integrations. They persist in various states of decay like an old fashioned ‘pull your own’ junkyard where parts from old scrapped vehicles can be harvested and repurposed. While most of these sequences really are junk, treasures can be found in their ore. Read More

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