Progress in Nucleic Acid Research and Molecular Biology, by Kivie Moldave

By Kivie Moldave

Nucleic acids are the basic construction blocks of DNA and RNA and are present in nearly each dwelling mobile. Molecular biology is a department of technological know-how that reviews the physicochemical houses of molecules in a phone, together with nucleic acids, proteins, and enzymes. elevated knowing of nucleic acids and their function in molecular biology will extra a number of the organic sciences together with genetics, biochemistry, and mobilephone biology. Progress in Nucleic Acid study and Molecular Biology is meant to convey to gentle the latest advances in those overlapping disciplines with a well timed compilation of experiences comprising each one quantity. * presents a discussion board for dialogue of latest discoveries, techniques and concepts in molecular biology * contains contributions from the leaders within the box * Has plentiful references

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