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Nucleic Acids

  • Editors
  • John M. Walker

Part of the Methods in Molecular Biology book series (MIMB, volume 2)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Jaap H. Waterborg, Harry R. Matthews
    Pages 1-3
  3. Theodore Gurney Jr., Elizabeth G. Gurney
    Pages 5-11
  4. Theodore Gurney Jr., Elizabeth G. Gurney
    Pages 13-20
  5. Craig A. Cooney, Harry R. Matthews
    Pages 21-29
  6. Stephen A. Boffey
    Pages 43-50
  7. Verena D. Huebner, Harry R. Matthews
    Pages 51-53
  8. Wim Gaastra, Per Linå Jørgensen
    Pages 67-76
  9. R. McGookin
    Pages 109-112
  10. C. L. Olliver, A. Grobler-Rabie, C. D. Boyd
    Pages 137-144
  11. Stephen A. Boffey
    Pages 177-183
  12. J. W. Dale, P. J. Greenaway
    Pages 185-189
  13. J. W. Dale, P. J. Greenaway
    Pages 191-195
  14. J. W. Dale, P. J. Greenaway
    Pages 197-200
  15. J. W. Dale, P. J. Greenaway
    Pages 201-209
  16. J. W. Dale, P. J. Greenaway
    Pages 211-215
  17. Elliot B. Gingold
    Pages 217-223
  18. Wim Gaastra, Kirsten Hansen
    Pages 225-230
  19. J. W. Dale, P. J. Greenaway
    Pages 231-236
  20. Elliot B. Gingold
    Pages 237-240
  21. J. W. Dale, P. J. Greenaway
    Pages 241-244
  22. J. W. Dale, P. J. Greenaway
    Pages 245-250
  23. Elliot B. Gingold
    Pages 251-255
  24. C. G. P. Mathew
    Pages 257-261
  25. Wim Gaastra, Jytte Josephsen
    Pages 263-268
  26. Wim Gaastra, Per Klemm
    Pages 269-271
  27. Wim Gaastra, Jytte Josephsen
    Pages 273-276
  28. J. W. Dale, P. J. Greenaway
    Pages 285-288
  29. J. W. Dale, P. J. Greenaway
    Pages 289-292
  30. J. W. Dale, P. J. Greenaway
    Pages 293-300
  31. Wim Gaastra, Per Klemm
    Pages 301-304
  32. Wim Gaastra, Per Klemm
    Pages 305-308

About this book

Introduction

In recent years there has been a tremendous increase in our understanding of the functioning of the cell at the molecular level. This has been achieved in the main by the invention and development of new methodology, parti- larly in that area generally referred to as "genetic en- neering". While this revolution has been taking place in the field of nucleic acids research, the protein chemist has at the same time developed fresh methodology to keep pace with the requirements of present day molecular bi- ogy. Today's molecular biologist can no longer be content with being an expert in one particular area alone. He/she needs to be equally competent in the laboratory at h- dling DNA, RNA, and proteins, moving from one area to another as required by the problem he/she is trying to solve. Although many of the new techniques in molecular biology are relatively easy to master, it is often difficult for a researcher to obtain all the relevant information nec- sary for setting up and successfully applying a new te- nique. Information is of course available in the research l- erature, but this often lacks the depth of description that the new user requires. This requirement for in-depth pr- tical details has become apparent by the considerable - mand for places on our Molecular Biology Workshops held at Hatfield each summer.

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1385/0896030644
  • Copyright Information Humana Press 1984
  • Publisher Name Humana Press
  • eBook Packages Springer Protocols
  • Print ISBN 978-0-89603-064-0
  • Online ISBN 978-1-59259-489-4
  • Series Print ISSN 1064-3745
  • Series Online ISSN 1940-6029
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