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Molecular Biomethods Handbook

  • Ralph Rapley
  • John M. Walker

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Sandeep Raha, Mingfu Ling, Frank Merante
    Pages 1-8
  3. Frank Merante, Sandeep Raha, Mingfu Ling
    Pages 9-16
  4. Duncan R. Smith
    Pages 17-33
  5. Louis Lefebvre, Stéphane Viville
    Pages 35-49
  6. Ralf Einspanier, Annette Plath
    Pages 51-57
  7. Marilena Aquino
    Pages 59-72
  8. Thomas P. McCreery, Terrence R. Barrette
    Pages 73-76
  9. Paolo A. Sabelli
    Pages 77-87
  10. Paolo A. Sabelli
    Pages 89-93
  11. Chris Spencer
    Pages 95-108
  12. Bronwen Harvey
    Pages 109-119
  13. Nigel J. Savery, Stephen J. W. Busby
    Pages 121-129
  14. Ian G.
    Pages 131-143
  15. Bimal D. M. Theophilus
    Pages 145-152
  16. Rupert Mutzel
    Pages 153-163
  17. Craig Winstanley, Ralph Rapley
    Pages 165-179
  18. Ralph Rapley
    Pages 181-191
  19. Richard G. Vile, Anna Tuszynski, Simon Castleden
    Pages 193-218
  20. Azeem Ansari, Vincent C. Emery
    Pages 219-233
  21. M. Alexandra Aitken, Selina Raguz, Michael Antoniou
    Pages 235-250
  22. Andy Prescott, Rob Briddon, Wendy Harwood
    Pages 251-269
  23. Elaine K. Green
    Pages 271-279
  24. Jacqueline Boultwood
    Pages 281-285
  25. Angela Flannery, Rakesh Anand
    Pages 287-303
  26. Ralph Rapley
    Pages 305-325
  27. Martin J. Tymms
    Pages 327-334
  28. Martin J. Tymms
    Pages 335-346
  29. John R. Adair, T. Paul Wallace
    Pages 347-360
  30. Roberta M. James, Paul Dickinson
    Pages 361-381
  31. Karen M. Sullivan
    Pages 383-400
  32. Arvind C. Patel, Stewart R. Matthewson
    Pages 411-411
  33. Paul Richards
    Pages 413-424
  34. David J. Begley
    Pages 425-434
  35. Peter R. Shewry, Roger J. Fido
    Pages 435-444
  36. David Sheehan, Richard Fitzgerald
    Pages 445-449
  37. Paul Cutler
    Pages 451-460
  38. Paul A. O’Farrell
    Pages 461-467
  39. George W. Jack
    Pages 469-477
  40. Bill Neville
    Pages 479-489
  41. Terry D. Butters
    Pages 491-502
  42. Bryan J. Smith, John R. Chapman
    Pages 503-525
  43. Gregg B. Fields
    Pages 527-545
  44. Sudhir Paul
    Pages 547-566
  45. Christopher Dean, Helmout Modjtahedi
    Pages 567-580
  46. Julia E. Thompson, Andrew J. Williams
    Pages 581-594
  47. John R. Crowther
    Pages 595-617
  48. Glenn E. Morris
    Pages 619-630
  49. Lorette C. Javois
    Pages 631-651
  50. Robert E. Cunningham
    Pages 653-667

About this book

Introduction

In the Molecular Biomethods Handbook, Ralph Rapley and John Walker assemble an authoritative team of investigators to illuminate the core bioanalytical techniques used every day in their own laboratories, and laboratories throughout the world. These highly experienced writers fully explain both the theory behind, and the application of, these key techniques, and include extensive references for those seeking detailed laboratory protocols. The techniques covered range from the extraction, separation, detection, and characterization of nucleic acids to gene cloning and library production, mapping, expression, transgenesis, differential display, and DNA profiling, to name a few. Numerous key protein methods, as well as support and related techniques, are also included.

The Molecular Biomethods Handbook provides both established scientists and novices who are new to these techniques a deeper understanding of the widest variety of biotechniques-and how to use them successfully. The resulting insights will significantly enhance your ability to investigate and define biological processes at the molecular level.

Keywords

antibody chromosome DNA enzyme flow cytometry gene gene transfer genome glycoprotein monoclonal antibodies RNA tissue transcription

Editors and affiliations

  • Ralph Rapley
    • 1
  • John M. Walker
    • 1
  1. 1.University of HerfordshireUK

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