M. E. Huff

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During its life cycle, the hypotrichous ciliated protozoan Oxytricha nova transforms a copy of its micronucleus, which contains chromosome-sized DNA, into a macronucleus containing linear, gene-sized DNA molecules. A region of the micronuclear genome has been defined that gives rise to two distinct macronuclear DNA molecules during development. Through(More)
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