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Drug hunters uncloak the non-coding ‘hidden’ genome

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Scientists are using new tools to mine the non-coding part of the genome, known as ‘dark matter’, to uncover disease-linked changes in promoters, silencers and enhancers for target discovery.

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Eisenstein, M. Drug hunters uncloak the non-coding ‘hidden’ genome. Nat Biotechnol 39, 1169–1171 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41587-021-01088-y

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