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Short-term Lamarckism in asexual single cell organisms
I was reading through the Karr et al. (2012) whole-cell computational model. One of the things they did was to induce single-gene disruptions in their model. They observed several to be fatal, but: ...
Jul 23 '12 at 18:36
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