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||P.504 2nd paragraph: "Although only 12, 13, or 17 nucleotides are required to define a unique sequence in the E. coli, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, and human genomes, respectively [ref 94], mammalian cells have nuclear volumes approximately 1000 times greater than a yeast nucleus or a bacterial cell [primary sources]."