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GATA-1: A Protein That Regulates Proteins

Proteins are the cell’s special machines that perform a variety of tasks. Some of them help to regulate the production levels of other proteins by influencing the transcribing of the DNA genes that code for the proteins. New research is investigating how one such transcription factor, GATA-1, works and, as usual, it isn’t simple.  Read more

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One Response to GATA-1: A Protein That Regulates Proteins

  1. I understand machines. They have no choice. What I want to see is machines that employ choice in their activities.

    Don’t get me wrong Dr. Hunter, I love your books and articles.

    But do we live in a mechanistic universe, or not?

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