Prime movers of noisy gene expression

@article{Paulsson2005PrimeMO,
  title={Prime movers of noisy gene expression},
  author={Johan Paulsson},
  journal={Nature Genetics},
  year={2005},
  volume={37},
  pages={925-926}
}
Molecular noise, or random fluctuations in the levels of cellular components, arises spontaneously when there are small numbers of molecules and is transmitted to dependent processes. A new study shows how noise propagates through gene expression in yeast and shows that chromosomal position has a more central role than previously thought. 

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