This Week in Science

In Science this week, a team of Canadian and Mexican researchers publish a study suggesting that gene duplication may not always offer cells protection from genetic perturbations, but can sometimes make them more susceptible to such disturbances. The team examined 56 pairs of duplicated yeast proteins, mapping out their protein-protein interactions.

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