Human Molecular Genetics 5th Edition PDF is a perfect scientific textbook for the current generation of students. It teaches the fundamentals of molecular genetics with clarity, relevance, and rigour. The book presents information in a progressive manner, beginning with basic DNA structure before moving on to more complex topics such as gene regulation and how DNA function can be studied. The rest of the book moves on through PCR, DNase I treatment, restriction endonuclease digestion, and much more while still maintaining an outstanding level of detail throughout all chapters.
- Publisher: Pearson; 5th edition
- Publication Date: December 6, 2018
- File Size: 43 MB
- Length: 784 pages
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The illustrations in this book are also very impressive. The textbook also includes easy-to-follow multi-protein PDF files as well as figures that can be downloaded and printed off whenever needed.
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