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Bacterial Genomes

Physical Structure and Analysis

  • Frans J. de Bruijn
  • James R. Lupski
  • George M. Weinstock

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxix
  2. Genome Structure, Stability, and Evolution

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Genome Structure

      1. Allan M. Campbell
        Pages 23-29
      2. Mark S. Chandler
        Pages 30-37
      3. James Versalovic, James R. Lupski
        Pages 38-48
      4. Gerald R. Smith
        Pages 49-66
      5. Tokio Kogoma
        Pages 67-77
      6. Elisabeth A. Raleigh, Joan E. Brooks
        Pages 78-92
    3. Genome Stability

      1. Nancy J. Trun
        Pages 95-102
      2. Robert A. Britton, James R. Lupski
        Pages 103-111
      3. George M. Weinstock, James R. Lupski
        Pages 112-118
      4. Don B. Clewell
        Pages 130-139
      5. Marjan van der Woude, Bruce Braaten, David Low
        Pages 140-152
      6. David Romero, Guillermo Davila, Rafael Palacios
        Pages 153-161
      7. James W. Golden
        Pages 162-173
    4. Genome Evolution

      1. Ulfar Bergthorsson, Howard Ochman
        Pages 177-186
      2. Monica Riley
        Pages 187-195
      3. Michael Syvanen
        Pages 213-220
      4. Kenneth E. Sanderson, Shu-Lin Liu, Andrew Hessel, M. McClelland
        Pages 230-239
  3. Strategies for Genome Analysis

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 249-249
    2. Physical Mapping Strategies

      1. Ute Römling, Karen Schmidt, Burkhard Tümmler
        Pages 312-325
      2. Ute Römling, Karen Schmidt, Burkhard Tümmler
        Pages 326-336
      3. Matthew Lawes, Stanley R. Maloy
        Pages 337-347
      4. Michael Fonstein, Robert Haselkorn
        Pages 348-361
      5. Tanya Kuritz, C. Peter Wolk
        Pages 362-369
      6. Hrissi Samartzidou, Fadi Abdi, Wesley Ford, William R. Widger
        Pages 370-380
    3. Genomic Fingerprinting Methods

      1. Michael J. Sadowsky, Hor-Gil Hur
        Pages 399-413
      2. Françoise Mathieu-Daudé, Karen Evans, Frank Kullmann, Rhonda Honeycutt, Thomas Vogt, John Welsh et al.
        Pages 414-436
      3. James Versalovic, Frans J. de Bruijn, James R. Lupski
        Pages 437-454
    4. Genomic Sequencing Projects

      1. Ivan Moszer, Philippe Glaser, Antoine Danchin, Frank Kunst
        Pages 457-467
      2. George M. Weinstock
        Pages 489-497
      3. Kenneth F. Bott, Claire M. Fraser
        Pages 508-519
      4. Kenneth F. Bott
        Pages 520-525
      5. Patrick M. Gillevet, A. Ally, M. Dolan, E. Hsu, M. S. Purzycki, R. Overbeek et al.
        Pages 526-540
      6. Christopher Mackenzie, Monjula Chidambaram, Madhusudan Choudhary, Kirsten S. Nereng, Samuel Kaplan, George M. Weinstock
        Pages 541-551
      7. Christoph W. Sensen, Robert L. Charlebois, Rama K. Singh, Hans-Peter Klenk, Mark A. Ragan, W. Ford Doolittle
        Pages 552-558
      8. Antoine Danchin, Claudine Médigue, François Rechenmann
        Pages 567-582
  4. Physical Maps of Bacteria and Their Methods for Construction

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 583-597

About this book

Introduction

A wide range of microbiologists, molecular biologists, and molecular evolutionary biologists will find this new volume of singular interest. It summarizes the present knowledge about the structure and stability of microbial genomes, and reviews the techniques used to analyze and fingerprint them. Maps of approximately thirty important microbes, along with articles on the construction and relevant features of the maps are included. The volume is not intended as a complete compendium of all information on microbial genomes, but rather focuses on approaches, methods and good examples of the analysis of small genomes.

Keywords

DNA Escherichia coli PCR Planctomyces RNA bacteria chromosome cyanobacteria enzymes evolution genes genome mapping molecular evolution pseudomonas ribosomal RNA

Editors and affiliations

  • Frans J. de Bruijn
    • 1
  • James R. Lupski
    • 2
  • George M. Weinstock
    • 3
  1. 1.DOE Plant Research LaboratoryMichigan State UniversityEast LansingUSA
  2. 2.Department of Molecular & Human GeneticsBaylor College of MedicineHoustonUSA
  3. 3.Department of Biochemistry and Molecular BiologyThe University of Texas Medical SchoolHoustonUSA

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