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By Claire Ainsworth A SET of techniques developed in California could be the Rosetta Stone that lets us translate the human genome’s hieroglyphics. The techniques could show what the thousands of new genes revealed by the sequencing of the human genome do, and revolutionise the way we view proteins, the researchers say. To get a handle on the function of the protein coded for by a newly discovered gene, biologists look for similar genes whose function is already known in other organisms. But the new human genome sequence has thrown up thousands of genes with no known counterparts,
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