A New Window into Structural Plasticity in the Adult Visual Cortex

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February 2006 | Volume 4 | Issue 2 | e41 | e34 One of the most surprising discoveries in molecular biology was that a gene’s coding region is broken up into smaller pieces (the exons) interrupted by noncoding portions called introns. After the DNA is transcribed into RNA, and before the RNA can leave the nucleus, the introns must be cut out and the exons… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.0040042

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@article{Gross2006ANW, title={A New Window into Structural Plasticity in the Adult Visual Cortex}, author={Liza Gross}, journal={PLoS Biology}, year={2006}, volume={4} }