Junk DNA: I told you, keep those documents in the packaging ... are you listening NOW?
Commenting, I gather on this post, a reader writes,
This morning I had a guest speaker giving a run down on DNA diagnostic technology to a Medical Science class and almost as a throw-away line he commented on part of the DNA which doesn't code for proteins and virtually dismissed the use of the term Junk DNA and confirmed it afterwards in a brief conversation.See also:
Junk RNA just like junk DNA? Stuff you should NOT have thrown out with the packaging?
Intelligent design vs. Darwinism: Junk DNA as the genes' antique shop? Find out who honestly believed it was junk and went on record ...
Find out why there is an intelligent design controversy:
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