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Investigating a mutation in a cell line
I was wondering, if you had a cell that became mutated (showed a mutant phenotype) due to some chemical agent for example, how could you find out what protein or gene was affected by the mutation? Are there techniques to do this? Thanks.
Re: Investigating a mutation in a cell line
How many females overall though? But if half the males have short legs, that is a prevailing characteristic that is ingrained into the whole species,
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