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A gene that keeps track of how often it’s made into a protein

Ars Technica ---------- Folks in the Baranov lab in County Cork, Ireland, were just reviewing old data they had lying around—you, know, as one does on a slow, boring afternoon—and they noticed something weird. The complexes within a cell that translate RNA into proteins were piling up at the end of the RNA, long past the portion that encodes the protein. Hmm. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.

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