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24 please.

24. The human genome may cod
5,000 to 10,000 different proteins
a. Every cell contains a different
b. All possible proteins are made
c. Some cells use introns to prod
d. Genes are regulated so that no
e. Not every cell has the machine
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24. The human genome may cod 5,000 to 10,000 different proteins a. Every cell contains a different b. All possible proteins are made c. Some cells use introns to prod d. Genes are regulated so that no e. Not every cell has the machine

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