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Modification of program enables prediction of gene transcription

the handy system ?it scans two genomes simultaneously, with potential to scan three or more ?strengthens it for predicting both coding and non-coding DNA.

"Like any multiple choice question, if you can learn something about one of the choices, it helps you with the other one," Brent said. "By making this integrated model that looks for both kinds of exons in both parts of the gene, we're able to convert a blind guessing game to a multiple choice question ?is it a UTR exon or a protein-coding exon? These kinds of questions are easier to answer now."


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Source:Washington University in St. Louis


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