Gene Regulation: A Eukaryotic Perspective
Gene Regulation provides a complete and concise picture of the processes regulating gene expression in higher organisms and man. The second edition of this well reviewed textbook has been extensively updated to reflect the scientific progress made in this area over the last four years.
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Tissuespecific expression of proteins and messenger RNAs
The DNA of different cell types is similar in both amount
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