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Re: Dr. Michael Marcotrigiano's articles

Yes, thank you, Preston.  These links will lead to a much better understanding of the origin of chimeras.  Some investigations that Professor Marcotriagiano is undertaking could yield more facts about post-transcription gene silencing, as well as a better understanding of mutations in mRNA which are ultimately transferred to plastids, and precursors of the development of chimeras.   I'm enjoying investigations into this research arena and this man is definitely on the inside track.  
Thanks to Jim Hawes, as well, for mentioning his work!
Andrew Lietzow
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