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Historical perspective. Insights into heredity from round and wrinkled peas:
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transforming principle is DNA. Creativity in approach leads to the one gene–one
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Introduction to Molecular Biology. 2.1 Introduction. Modern biology has its roots at
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Nov 30, 2011 ... Techniques in Molecular Biology. (to study the function of genes). Analysis of
nucleic acids: Polymerase chain reaction (PCR). Gel electrophoresis. Blotting
techniques (Northern, Southern). Gene expression analysis: Real-time PCR.
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structures, but also it is very useful method for molecular cytogenetics (e.g. FISH).
1.2.4 Polarized microscope. It uses polarized light. The optical part contains
special Nicol prisms to generate a beam of polarized light. They are used for
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