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I was wondering if there is a mechanism that can give priority to certain genes to be accurately duplicated. Some sort of trigger that says "double-check this specific gene before continuing with the duplication". A mechanism that would say: "double check this part, it's important" isn't known to me neither, but if I understood your question ...


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Short answer: Yes/Maybe More detailed answer: If the rate of cancer was uniform across cells then you would expect large mammals to more frequently get cancer than small mammals, just like buying 10 lottery tickets is more likely to make you a winner than buying one ticket. However, this correlation between mass and cancer rates does not exist, and it's ...



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