Molecular Biologist Jeff McKnight Dies at 36
Molecular Biologist Jeff McKnight Dies at 36
The University of Oregon scientist studied the structure and function of chromatin, with the intent of designing new therapeutic tools.
Molecular Biologist Jeff McKnight Dies at 36
Molecular Biologist Jeff McKnight Dies at 36

The University of Oregon scientist studied the structure and function of chromatin, with the intent of designing new therapeutic tools.

The University of Oregon scientist studied the structure and function of chromatin, with the intent of designing new therapeutic tools.

molecular biology
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