Why bad genes aren't always bad news
from University of Toronto via ScienceDaily
We usually think of mutations as errors in our genes that will make us sick. But not all errors are bad, and some can even cancel out, or suppress, the fallout of those mutations known to cause disease. Little is known about this process — called genetic suppression — but that's about to change as University of Toronto researchers begin to lay out the general rules behind it.
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