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Complex Molecular Biology emphasises the unifying ideas and mechanisms of molecular biology, with widespread use of tables and bins to summarise experimental facts and gene and protein features. broad cross-referencing among chapters is used to enhance and develop the certainty of center ideas. this is often the best resource of accomplished, authoritative and up to date details for all these whose paintings is within the box of molecular biology.
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