Medical Definition of Reverse genetics

Reviewed on 3/29/2021

Reverse genetics: In molecular genetics, identifying genes purely on the basis of their position in the genome, with no knowledge whatsoever of the gene product. In classic genetics, the traditional approach was to find a gene product and then try to identify the gene itself. Also known as positional cloning.

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