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Alternative splicing

 

How one gene can make many proteins

 

 

 

Humans have only twice as many genes as the simple fruit fly. How can this be? After all, we have brains that allow us to count genes while their main occupation is seeking out a nice banana.
Alternative splicing explains the compact living of our genetic information as well as the mechanisms behind several human diseases.

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