Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education
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Model building to facilitate understanding of holliday junction and heteroduplex formation, and holliday junction resolution
RT-qPCR demonstrates light-dependent AtRBCS1A and AtRBCS3B mRNA expressions in Arabidopsis thaliana leaves
Structure prediction and analysis of neuraminidase sequence variants
Physical models have gender-specific effects on student understanding of protein structure–function relationships
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