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Researchers at the University of Basel and elsewhere this week consider "how the promoter regions of genes affect noise and ask whether levels of promoter-mediated noise are correlated with genes' functional attributes," in the context of E. coli. In their PLoS Genetics paper, the researchers say that "in contrast to previous results in eukaryotes, we find no association between promoter-mediated noise and gene expression plasticity" in the bacterium.

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