Subject: if all cells have the same DNA, why do cells express different proteins
Date: Mon May 29 09:07:36 2006
Posted by selena
Grade level: grad (science)
School: No school entered.
City: Denton State/Province: tx
Area of science: Development
if all cells have the same DNA, why do cells express different proteins from
stimuli like hormones. Basically what keeps them from responding the same if
they all have the same genes (or do they?)
Re: if all cells have the same DNA, why do cells express different proteins
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