Molecular Biology of the Gene 7th Edition by James D. Watson is the perfect resource for any student or scientist looking to gain a comprehensive understanding of the fundamentals of genetics. This updated edition is an authoritative and comprehensive compilation of the history, methods, and concepts of gene structure, expression, and regulation. It is an essential resource for anyone looking to gain a comprehensive understanding of the fundamentals of genetics.
- Publisher: Pearson; 7th edition
- Publication Date: March 2, 2013
- File Size: 62 MB
- Length: 912 pages
This edition includes new chapters on the latest developments in genomics, gene regulation, and proteomics, as well as new sections on epigenetics and gene repair. The book also features the latest data on gene structure, expression, and regulation, and the use of gene technology in various applications. It also includes a comprehensive glossary of terms and a selection of useful web links.
The book is divided into eight parts, each containing various topics on the molecular biology of the gene. These parts cover the basic principles of gene structure and expression, the regulation of gene expression, and the application of gene technology. Additionally, it provides an in-depth exploration of the basic concepts of molecular biology, including transcription, translation, and replication.
The seventh edition also includes new topics such as epigenetics, gene repair, and the use of gene technology in various applications. It also provides an excellent introduction to the study of molecular genetics and biotechnology, as well as current research in these areas.
This book is an essential resource for anyone interested in learning about the molecular biology of the gene. With its comprehensive coverage of the fundamentals of genetics, this book is an invaluable reference for anyone looking to gain a better understanding of the topics of gene expression and regulation.
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