NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Seven articles published in Science this week offer an overview of different ways that researchers are tackling the complexities of gene regulation.
 
The journal, published online today, includes a special section on gene regulation that provides a peek into the current state of research in the area, including everything from chromosome organization to transcription factors to various RNA regulators and riboswitches.
 

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