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Evolution: Take Two

Eric Gaucher and Betül Arslan at the Georgia Institute of Technology are trying to determine whether a 500 million-year-old bacterial gene will evolve the same way twice, given the chance to start over, says New Scientist's Bob Holmes. The researchers are working with a gene called EF-Tu, which plays a role in protein synthesis in E. coli.

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