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In this exploration, we'll take a look at how DNA stores information and how scientists identify what particular genes do. DNA is a very, very long molecule. To find out what a particular piece is for, a person (most...
This website features the University of Edinburgh's Blaxter Lab for Neglected Genomics. The site serves as a jumping point to various aspect of the lab, including people, research, useful links, BLAST server, teaching...
This web site provides access to the genome of Halobacterium salinarum. It is based on the genome sequencing in the Dept. Oesterhelt of the Max-Planck-Institute for Biochemistry, Martinsried, Germany. The data have been...
Since 1995, staff members at the University of Kansas's Medical Center have worked to provide access to a wide range of educational resources for teachers seeking materials on genetics and the human genome. The site is...
This classroom activity is designed to introduce the theory of microarrays by simulating analysis of gene expression in budding yeast cells during the diauxic shift. It provides students with the opportunity to...
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