Muscular dystrophy, Cri du Chat, “immigration delay disease”: When DNA fails

| | July 16, 2012
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We’ve seen already how freely genetics borrows from grammar books to describe how DNA works. Linguistic analogies also help make sense of mutations, cases where DNA fails.

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