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can somebody answer the question in the attachment please?
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N myc i think
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are you guessing or you read the information before?
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are you guessing or you read the information before?
I read it.. Its from uworld.
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I read it.. Its from uworld.
thanks....
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thanks....
C myc is an oncogene and c jun is also a gene so both of these will be hybridized by the DNA probe.. The other options are either proteins or enzymes or factors in between dna and cell membrane.
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