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a dna microarray (dna chip) can be used to?

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Default a dna microarray (dna chip) can be used to?



a) mutate gene interest
b) isolate genes from eurkaryotic nuclei
c) assay proteins from eurkaryotic cell extracts
d) trap genes from eurkaryotic nuclear extracts
e) scan a population of affixed nucleic acids for identification and abundance
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