Overcoming challenges and dogmas to understand the functions of pseudogenes

In this Perspective article, Cheetham, Faulkner and Dinger describe our latest understanding of pseudogenes, which are typically defined as defective copies of regular genes. They argue that being open minded about potential functionality, as well as carefully designing functional studies, will lead to a growing appreciation of emerging functional roles of these understudied elements.

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