Frequency/distribution of nucleotides/amino acids before selection
ram.samudrala at stanford.nojunkemail
Thu Nov 5 23:58:17 EST 1998
Donald R. Forsdyke <forsdyke at post.queensu.ca> wrote:
>> But I am referring to cases where the DNA and
>> the corresponding transcript (not necessarily the translated product)
>> is under no selective pressure in nature.
>Sorry, assumption not accepted.
So you are asserting that ALL regions of DNA are under selective
pressure the same way a normal gene is?
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