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Roy J. Britten, clip 3

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Roy Britten is a Distinguished Carnegie Senior Research Associate, Emeritus, at the California Institute of Technology.
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roy britten, genome, composition, amount of dna in genome, duplication of repeat, extinction of repeat
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