CSIR researchers make major discovery in genetics

A team of CSIR researchers, led by Dr. Musa Mhlanga, has made a major discovery in genetics: they have proven for the first time that so-called ‘gene kissing’ is indeed an integral part of how genes get regulated (switched on or off).

You can read more about this at the Mail & Guardian.

You can find more information on the Mhlanga Laboratory here.

Below is a short explanatory video (or view the full version here.)

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