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In this week's PNAS Early Edition, a pair of researchers at Israel's Tel Aviv University and Bar Ilan University propose that the "lateral acquisition of genes is affected by the friendliness of their products." Uri Gophnaa and Yanay Ofranb say genes that encode proteins involved in multiple protein-protein interactions "have a greater chance of forming new interactions in new species" and may "be more prone to transfer than genes with fewer interactions." The pair says that their pr

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