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Old 06-17-2017, 03:53 PM   #1
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Default (Almost) Every Gene Affects (Almost) Everything

Maybe just fixing a thing or two with CRISPR won't be that easy.

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Given the present population rate of increase there is no shortage of funny genes around.
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I think we're also going to find that our chromosomes do not contain as much "junk DNA" as some have thought.

If it's there it has a purpose, most of it anyway.
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