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Biotechnology Australia: Gene Probe

Biotechnology Australia: Gene Probe The interactive feature, part of a larger biotechnology site, examines the science behind performing a gene probe. Clever graphics help students to learn more about DNA, the twisted helix, gene sequences, etc. Australian Government •
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Biotechnology Australia: Gene Probe


The interactive feature, part of a larger biotechnology site, examines the science behind performing a gene probe. Clever graphics help students to learn more about DNA, the twisted helix, gene sequences, etc.

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