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In early online work in Science this week led by Harvard's Martha Bulyk and University of Toronto's Timothy Hughes, they used microarrays of all 10-base-pair sequences to look at binding specificities of 104 mouse DNA-binding proteins. Their results, they say, show a "complex landscape of binding, with virtually every protein analyzed possessing unique preferences," and with half of the proteins binding to more than one sequence.

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