Allison Griggs

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The trypanosomes are a class of eukaryotic parasites that diverged from Saccharomyces cerevisiae about 800 million years ago. Many possible gene structures are present within these genomes but most appear to be non-functional and do not code for proteins. Initial analyses of these genomes suggest that over 70% of the putative genes have no biological(More)
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