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Brown University

How to Spot RNA Editing

Caption: The two two dark humps in the top row (representing fly RNA) are missing in flies that lack the enzyme to edit RNA (middle row) and missing in the DNA of normal flies. The analysis suggests they are sites of RNA editing.

Credit: Credit: Reenan lab/Brown University

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