the binding characteristics of iclr transcription factor
By robert fisher
Robert Fisher is a molecular biology major and a senior at Millersville. They chose to do this project because operons are one of their favorite topics in genetics. They had always enjoyed how straightforward operons were. During this project that they realized that operons are much more complicated than the ones presented in class. This project has also provided real research experience, which is something they had been looking for as well. They believe this project will help with my experience in graduate school. Learning how to perform the skills they have outside of class, and attempting to troubleshoot different parts of this project, has given them an appreciation for how difficult research can be at times. They are certain that this project will help them make themselves more valuable as an up-start molecular biologist.
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