Subject: Is junk DNA expressed in some cells?
Date: Tue Jan 18 04:18:05 2000
Posted by Tess Leslie
Grade level: undergrad
School: No school entered.
City: Cambridge State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Genetics
As all cells contain the same DNA, but are differentiated, different
proteins must be expressed in the different types of cells. Does this have
anything to do with the parts of DNA which are not expressed called "junk
DNA"? If not, what do you think junk DNA is used for? Thank you!
Re: Is junk DNA expressed in some cells?
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