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Events coordination during embryogenesis
Date:10/29/2013

uired a certain level of light, you would have to wait for a few hours until the light came on. During those precious hours, you would not be able to complete your tasks in that room, or you could have a burglar taking advantage of the darkness to wreak havoc in there."

In humans, mutations in the Brachyury gene have been associated with spina bifida, vertebral malformations, and chordoma, a rare but insidious cancer. "The work calls attention to a mostly unexplored area of gene regulation, and suggests that elusive mutations in CRMs, particularly those that alter the timing of gene expression, might explain the molecular origins of birth defects and diseases that have not been previously linked to mutations in protein-coding regions," says Dr. Di Gregorio.


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