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This Week in Nature

In Nature this week, a team led by researchers at Yale University School of Medicine report on cis-regulatory control of corticospinal system development and evolution. The team identifies a conserved non-exonic element called E4 that acts as a cortex-specific enhancer for the Fezf2 gene, which is used in the specification of corticospinal neuron identity.

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