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Measurements of the effects that coding for a protein has on a DNA sequence and their use for finding genes.

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Protein genes can be found either by searching the DNA sequence for signals such as ribosome binding sites or by looking for the effects that coding for a protein has on the coding sequence. This paper describes how these coding effects can be measured and used to detect protein coding regions.

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