A spring surprise: computational analysis unearths potential prions in plants

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With warm New England weather finally kicking in, it's nice to get a Spring surprise in the form of a new paper involving Amber Biology consultants.  Amongst other things, it illustrates the power of bioinformatics to find intriguing features in proteomes, especially when backed-up by lab work, in this case, potentially finding prions in plants.

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Alex Lancaster