Surprising new discoveries show that cells contain an army of RNA snippets that do much more than once thought, refining prevailing theories of genetics. By Andrew Pollack. [New York Times: Science]
Between RNA interference, mitochondrial DNA, and “jumping genes,” the world of molecular biology will become far less mechanistic and reductionist than many had imagined.

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