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Multiple Start Codons

Multiple Start Codons

Multiple start codons are a frustrating and persistent pheomenon in molcular biology. While some may see them as a nuisance in the laboratory, we see them as a topic of investigation. By learning the specific conditions of codon slippage, we may be better prepared as scientists to recognize its potential as a research tool.

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