Gene regulation: Better late than never?

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Abstract

A new study has found that, in Arabidopsis, the paternal copies of many genes are delayed in expression during early seed development. The distribution of the genes and nature of their products suggest that this delayed expression of paternal alleles may be a global phenomenon.

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Ma, H. (2000, May 1). Gene regulation: Better late than never? Current Biology. Current Biology Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0960-9822(00)00484-X

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