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The multitasking genome

Nature Genetics volume 38, pages 608609 (2006) | Download Citation

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The identification of hundreds of thousands of clusters of transcriptional start sites, many located within internal exons of protein-coding genes, indicates that promoter sites are common and that transcriptional organization is complex. This transcriptional architecture implies that most genomic regions serve multiple functions.

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  1. Thomas R. Gingeras is at Affymetrix, Inc., 3380 Central Expressway, Santa Clara, California 95051, USA tom_gingeras@affymetrix.com

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