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    sswang00 is offline Junior Member 510 points
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    High Yield Cellular and Molecular Biology (first ed) - useless chapters?

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    I read in several places that this book is a gold standard for the Step 1. It is as important as knowing FA and Rapid Review.

    I read through it over the past 2 days, but really thought a few of the chapters were useless. Maybe I am just unsure of it, but I'm thinking these sections arent really relevant for the USMLE Step 1:

    Chapter 7 - Part III: Structure of Transcription factors and Gene regulatory proteins (Homeodomain/Zinc Finger protein/Leucine Zipper Protein/Helix-loop helix)

    Chapter 16 (pg 85-88) Homeotic Genes: HoxA/B/C/D

    I wasn't sure what these chapters were talking about at all..nor was I able to find them in First Aid.
    Can anyone tell me if these topics are important?

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    mathewjm is offline Newbie 510 points
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    i would say yes because it is specifically talked about in DIT

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