"Different types of cells contain the same genes"
Are there any exceptions for this statement? (such as, different types of cells CAN contain different genes)
Thank you for your help
sure, red blood cells have no nucleus. Name one more 🙂
Mature T cells and B cells have undergone genomic rearrangement. This allows them to produce unique TCRs/antibodies from a gene that is created through recombination/mutation.
you might also want to look into the plant kingdom for a very well known example.
or chromatin diminution in some nematodes