Author: Philip Meneely
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Beautifully illustrated and clearly explained, it takes you through genetic analysis in fungi, flies and mice, as well as most of the clever tricks one can do these days to make mutants or mosaics and a section on all the complicated things one can do with network analysis. I loved it.
Who is it for? All levels of molecular genetics, undergraduate and postgraduate.
Would you recommend it? Yes.
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