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Entry signals control development

Certain structural elements allow messenger RNAs not usually processed by the protein-synthesis apparatus to be translated. It now seems that they also control the expression of genes involved in embryonic development. See Article p.33

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Figure 1: Regulating the translation of certain Hox genes.

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Dinman, J. Entry signals control development. Nature 517, 24–25 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1038/nature14069

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