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Robert Farrell - Professor of Biology, Penn State York

Book Title: Lewin's Genes XII

Author: Krebs, Goldstein, and Kilpatrick

Book Description:

Benjamin Lewin has been an unquestioned authority in the area of eukaryotic and prokaryotic gene expression for more than three decades. His written work is clear, unambiguous, and meticulous with respect to detail. I have learned many things from the "Genes" series over the years and have used earlier editions of his book in one of my upper division classes. Although the material is not always easy to read, students and seasoned scientists alike may be assured that there is no better comprehensive source of information in the molecular biology discipline than Genes XII. For those students engaged in undergraduate research in my lab over the years, Lewin's book has been an invaluable resource for the design of experiments, for the interpretation of data, and for overall motivation with respect to scientific inquiry and discovery.


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