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by Benjamin Lewin
Author: Benjamin Lewin
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Ltd; 1st US - 1st Printing edition (August 26, 1970)
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Benjamin Lewin is a molecular biologist who founded the journal Cell and authored the textbook Genes.
Benjamin Lewin is a molecular biologist who founded the journal Cell and authored the textbook Genes. He left to work at the National Institutes of Health and, while working there, developed his ideas for a comprehensive biology journal
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This book is aimed at advanced students in molecular genetics and molecular biology
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Genes control phenotypic traits by specifying the synthesis of specific proteins; this can be stated as the one gene-one protein hypothesis. The information flow that controls protein synthesis passes from DNA to RNA to the protein synthetic machinery. The genetic code consists of codons, which are groups of 3 nucleotides along the DNA strand. A table of codons can be used to "read" the genetic code. The genetic code is the same for all living organisms on earth. Transcription of mRNA requires a promoter and the action of an RNA polymerase enzyme.