toms at fcs260c2.ncifcrf.gov
Fri Sep 27 10:00:37 EST 1991
In article <1991Sep24.225627.3609 at news.iastate.edu> UOG10013 at VM.UoGuelph.CA writes:
>The redundant sequences reside in non-coding regions, but there is
>an interesting feature that has caught our attention: scattered units
>are always "in-frame" no matter how distant they are from each other.
An obvious question is whether there are stop codons in that frame also!
If so, maybe these are some kind of pseudogene?
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