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Default Reverse Transcription Project- Would Highly Appreciate Input



I have a presentation to give on Reverse Transcription PCR in a few weeks and I'm having difficulty finding which direction to go with my last 3 slides and would highly appreciate anyone's input with this subject.

I'm a veterinary medicine major so the questions are related to the direction of animals.

It asks to provide the advantages\disadvantages of Reverse Transcription PCR

How it may enable\empower animal biotechnology

Finally, it asks for any ethical issues with reverse transcription PCR?


I have read that in the veterinary medicine field, reverse transcriptase inhibitors are being researched for medical usage in the future for animals suffering from certain types of cancers. Aside from that, I am lost in which direction to go.

I would highly appreciate any ones ideas, suggestions, or guesses on what to look into with those 3 subjects.

THANK YOU!
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