|Nov29-12, 06:57 PM||#1|
Number of genes active in the zygote?
After fertilization ( in humans) how many genes are active as long as the zygote remains a single cell, i.e. doesn't divide. I would assume that the number of active genes would fluctuate but if anyone can give a fairly good approximation, it would be appreciated.
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