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I read some exam experiences talking about questions from gene expression modifications like the cre-lox system....

Which book should we use to supplement whatever little info is in FA, HY embryo/BRS/Biochem???
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Hello friends,

I read some exam experiences talking about questions from gene expression modifications like the cre-lox system....

Which book should we use to supplement whatever little info is in FA, HY embryo/BRS/Biochem???
Don't bother. Its probably experimental questions. Its a detailed system, and still under review. I highly doubt if it will be tested anytime soon. Only learn the most common and well established facts.
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