All You Need to Know about DNA, Genes, and Genetic Engineering: A Concise, Comprehensive Outline
This timely book was written to provide students and the general reader with basic knowledge relating to DNA, genes, and genetic engineering. The great mass of technical data has been condensed to the essentials and presented in a simple and understandable summary form. Numerous practical applications are highlighted throughout the book and the comprehensive glossary will be an especially helpful feature. Readers with only a smattering of chemistry and biology should have no difficulty understanding the ideas or following the procedures outlined in this exceptional new resource.
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CENTRAL DOGMA THE GENETIC CODE AND PROTEIN
CONTROL OF GENE EXPRESSION
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