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Nature Structural & Molecular Biology volume 11, pages 23 (2004) | Download Citation

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A recent study reports the RNA sequences that bind to the translational repressor protein GLD-1. The data suggest that a network of developmental genes may be regulated by GLD-1 or related STAR proteins through silencing or alternative splicing.

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    • Samuel E Butcher
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