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A Genetic Switch: Gene Control and Phage Lambda by Mark Ptashne
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A Genetic Switch: Gene Control and Phage Lambda
If you are like me you’ll be fascinated to learn how this switch works and about the experiments that revealed its secrets. The author has a talent for simplifying but not oversimplifying complicated ideas, he describes the theory and its experimental basis in a straightforward and plainspoken way, and he illustrates his points with drawings that contain just the right amount of detail. Nataraj Subramanian marked it as to-read Apr 21, Popular passages Page – Other examples of the contribution of secondary products to chemosystematics can be found in the references cited at the end of the chapter but this is an area in which there is great scope for further research.
It will also be essential reading for researchers and students of phage, viral and general genetics. Every detail is then traced back to an actual reproducible experiment.
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