Question: The genes for both the a and b globin chains of
The genes for both the a- and b-globin chains of hemoglobin contain introns (i.e., they are split genes). How would this fact affect your plans if you wanted to introduce the gene for a-globin into a bacterial plasmid and have the bacteria produce a-globin?
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