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This Week in Nature

In Nature this week, a team from the Georgia Institute of Technology reported data suggesting that homologous recombination between RNA and DNA may be far more widespread than previously believed, making RNA a key player in genomic stability and plasticity. Generally, homologous recombination involves the exchange of genetic information between similar DNA molecules.

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