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Heidelberg, 24 April 2013 Pushing the boundaries of transcription Like musicians in an orchestra who have the same musical score but start and finish playing at different intervals, cells with the same genes start and finish transcribing them at different points in the genome. For the first time, researchers at EMBL have described the striking diversity of messenger RNAs (mRNAs) that such start and end variation produces, even from the simple genome of yeast cells. Their findings are published today in Nature.
- Nature - News and Views , 30 April 2013 Molecular biology: The ends justify the means
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Centre for Economic and Social Aspects of Genomics, 17 July 2012 Have any of you watched Gattaca?
The Guardian (UK), 17 April 2012 Floating laboratory follows plankton around the world in 938 days
Genome Web, 13 December 2011 Q&A: EMBL's Jan Korbel on Studying Structural Variations and their Role in Cancer
Genome Web, 6 December 2011 Q&A: EMBL's Vladimir Benes on the Challenges of High-Throughput Sequencing in a Core Facility
Nature Jobs, 26 October 2011 France: Peak of potential
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