Issue Date: September 7, 2009
These days, RNA basks in an endless stream of reports about important new roles for little snippets of the nucleic acid, such as regulating the time and location of gene expression. This RNA renaissance has elevated the molecule far above its textbook role as middleman between DNA and proteins. But among the many accounts of RNA's exciting new biological roles, little, if any, note has been taken of the extraordinary diversity of ways in which . . .
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