Cells: Molecules and Mechanisms
Publisher: Axolotl Academic Publishing Co. 2010
This textbook was written for collegiate Cell and Molecular Biology courses and may be appropriate at both an introductory level and also as a resource for more advanced courses. The entire course is devoted to understanding the workings of the cell.
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