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Today's edition of Science offers a couple of papers of particular interest to our community. The first comes from lead author Hun-Way Hwang of Johns Hopkins. Hwang's team demonstrates ($) that a specific human microRNA is driven by a snippet of sequence to localize to the nucleus.

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