The study looks at gene expression that is, genes’ level of activity in producing RNA, which is the molecule that then goes on to create proteins and basically make the body function.
We humans get one copy of each gene from mom and one from dad (ignoring those pesky sex chromosomes) that hasn’t changed. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that mom and dad genes are equally active in creating who we are.
Humans, mice and many other animals shared a common ancestor some 80 million years ago; therefore, our set of genes are highly alike.
Further, when mice pass their genetic material down to their offspring, the manner in which genes are turned on or off is also similar to humans.
Members of the House Intelligence Committee, March 20, heard testimony from FBI Director James Comey and NSA head Michael Rogers. I would like to welcome our witnesses, director of the FBI, Jim Comey and director of the National Security Agency, Admiral Rogers. Before we begin, I would like to remind our members and witnesses that this is an open hearing.
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