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Are there more descriptive ways of naming genes and gene interactions?
I couldn't help but notice just how non-descriptive the gene names that modern genetics is using. Currently I'm reading "The new science of Evo Devo" by Sean B. Carroll and here are some examples of ...
May 7 '13 at 10:29
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