DNA is only the beginning for understanding the human genome.
- Embryo Images
- This site has scanning electron micrographs of developing mammalian embryos, mostly mice though there are human embryo pictures. Normal and abnormal development are featured in tutorials based on body parts.
- Of Mice and Men
- From the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, an article on the how gene targetting works in mice.
- Holliday Structure
- A brief description with an animated gif of how strand exchange works between two pieces of DNA.
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- Capecchi, M.R., 1994, Targeted Gene Replacement, Scientific American, March, 52-59.
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