Regulationsmechanismen der Transkription in Eukaryonten

  • Stefanie Denger


Das folgende Kapitel beschäftigt sich mit der Frage, wie die im Zellkern gespeicherte Information die Funktion einer Zelle steuern und regulieren kann.


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