Mutation, Evolution, and Infectious Disease

Mutation, Evolution, and Infectious Disease
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Mutation, Evolution, and Infectious Disease

Mutation, Evolution, and Infectious Disease
Aug. 2009 at T.S. McHugh’s in Seattle

Harmit Singh Malik, Ph.D. sees battles raging within a cell's nucleus as genes jockey for evolutionary dominance. These clashes can have a long-term impact on organisms, as they sometimes alter the function of essential genes.

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02/05/14

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