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Lessons in Biology from Human Disease

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When a finely-tuned system goes awry, dissecting what has gone wrong can provide great insight into normal function. Deciphering human developmental eye anomalies has allowed us to uncover aspects of how the genome is organised and how gene expression is controlled and modulated.

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