Sunday, September 09, 2007

Great Scientific Find


"Closer examination of the full human genome is now causing scientists to return to some questions they thought they had settled. For one, they're revisiting the very notion of what a gene is. Rather than being distinct segments of code amid otherwise empty stretches of DNA—like houses along a barren country road—single genes are proving to be fragmented, intertwined with other genes, and scattered across the whole genome. Even more surprisingly, the junk DNA may not be junk after all. "

1 comment:

Forrest said...

Dun dun duhhhhhhhhnnnnnnnnn (suspense music)