Thousands of distinct cell types are needed to build a fully developed newborn. Individual cells take on their identities by switching on distinct sets of genes, producing different sets of RNA and protein molecules. So far, the overall rate of protein synthesis has been regarded as a “housekeeping” activity that does not play a major role in defining cell types. New results now show this is not quite true.
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22 June, 2017
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