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Nathan Myers

Nature knows no dogma.

The simplest case would be a protein that excises a whole gene. If that's too crude, I find it easy enough to believe in a protein that recognizes a particular sequence, and substitutes one base for another in a specified position, e.g. turning FOXP2 from simian to human form.

Details, please, on the prize?

Elio's reply. Plane ticket to Stockholm is in the mail

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