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98.5% of our DNA is ‘junk’: But that doesn’t mean it doesn’t play a key role in disease, evolution

Daniel Blanco | 
Would you purchase a book with over 98 percent of the text written in gibberish? Biology has no business in ...
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What can we learn from Mendel’s peas, onions and GM tomatoes?

Kat Arney | 
A quick look at Gregor Mendel's groundbreaking peas, 'junk' DNA and the first GMO crop ...
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‘Junk DNA’: Mining our genome’s dark matter for new disease treatments

Eshna Gogia | 
The term junk DNA was used to describe sequences that that do not code for proteins. Largely ignored by researchers, ...
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