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Molecular biology deals with the biological activity at the molecular level. It is a biological science that overlaps with Genetics and Biochemistry. It generally studies biological activity between the various systems of a cell that includes DNA, RNA, proteins, and their biosynthesis. Until 1960s the researchers studied molecular biology by isolating and manipulating
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