On Mon, 8 May 2000 CurtAdams@aol.com wrote:
> Did you see the article last year on the first human
> chromosome arm mapped (Dunham et al, Nature 402:489-495)? They gave 4 quite
> different numbers for the gene count
> - even with the sequence they're not sure what's a gene; what's a pseudogene;
> and what's just junk that
> looks a whole lot like a gene. They didn't even get into
> the headache of transcribed RNA that *doesn't* make proteins
> or known RNA products.
Next, they plan to map the entire meme-set of Roman Catholicism.
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