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I think one of the challenges during eukariogenesis was to control the traffic of mobile elements from endosimbyonts to nucleus. So the interference methods developed to confront this collateral effect of eukariogenesis, ended with horizontal gene tranfers and also extinguished the activities of operons...
Posted by: Alberto Carmona Bayonas | October 20, 2012 at 01:26 PM