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Modesty in science

The observation that the selector sequences are complementary to the docking site occurred through a combination of staring at the sequences for months and sheer luck.

Nice final words for the methods section of a pure bioinformatics, single author Cell paper on DSCAM, the enigmatic gene that codes for 38,016 potential proteins via alternative splicing.
[Pubmed, Cell]

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