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Genomes at Work: Learning how genomes serve as blueprints for life.

Genomes at Work: Learning how genomes serve as blueprints for life.

Did you know... that just knowing the genome sequence of an organism only reveals part of the story – and that it is also important to determine how that organism interprets its genome and uses that information to build and operate itself accordingly?

Less than 2% of the human genome corresponds to “genes,” but we know other parts are important for regulating and translating the genome as well as responding to environmental influences. Even still, the job of large parts of the genome remains a bit of a mystery! 

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