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By searching through eukaryotic genome sequences for proteins with conservation or divergence patterns similar to those of known small RNA proteins, Harvard University's Gary Ruvkun and his colleagues were able to uncover new small RNA pathway proteins involved in silencing, as they report in an article published online in Nature this week.

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