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In a new study published in Cell, researchers at Cornell University report that RNA can be methylated just like DNA, says New Scientist's Andy Coghlan. Senior author Samie Jaffrey and his team found that around 20 percent of all RNA produced in rat brain cells and human kidney cells have methylated adenosine, Coghlan says.

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