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Short Protocols in Molecular Biology (2 volume set)

Short Protocols in Molecular Biology (2 volume set)    

   

AUTHORS: 

  • Frederick M. Ausubel  
  • Roger Brent
  • Robert E. Kingston
  • David D. Moore
  • J. G. Seidman 
  • John A. Smith
  • Kevin Struhl  

PRODUCT DETAILS:

  • Paperback: 1512 pages
  • Publisher: Current Protocols; 5 edition (November 5, 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 0471250929
  • Product Dimensions: 11.0 x 8.2 x 3.0 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.25 pounds
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Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA. Provides condensed descriptions of more than 700 methods compiled from Current Protocols in Molecular Biology. Designed for quick access to instructions for the essential methods used in every major area of molecular biological research. Previous edition: c1999. Softcover.

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Short Protocols in Molecular Biology, Fourth Edition
The Desktop Guide to Your Lab Edited by Frederick M. Ausubel, Roger Brent, Robert E. Kingston, David D. Moore, J. G. Seidman, John A. Smith, and Kevin Struhl Providing condensed descriptions of more than 600 methods compiled from Current Protocols in Molecular Biology, this updated edition of the classic laboratory manual thoroughly explores molecular biology in an easily accessible, hands-on format. Examining the physiochemical organization of living matter from a molecular basis requires a text which is informative and well annotated—Short Protocols in Molecular Biology, Fourth Edition offers both. The book is specifically designed to provide quick access to step-by-step instructions for the essential methods used in every major area of molecular biological research. The authors have enriched the text with diagrams, charts, and material lists to enhance comprehension of the material and facilitate the experimental set-up. This edition has been expanded to include the latest developments in cutting-edge techniques such as fluorescent DNA sequencing, PCR optimization, yeast two-hybrid/interaction trap analysis, and sequence similarity searching using Blast. Classic techniques in plasmid and phage manipulation and mammalian cell selection have also benefited from the updating and reflect the methods currently used in leading research facilities around the world. New topics to this edition include:

  • Informatics for Molecular Biologists
  • Analysis of Protein Interactions
  • Epitope Tagging
  • Mathematics and Statistics for Molecular Biologists

Short Protocols in Molecular Biology, Fourth Edition is an authoritative and indispensable guide for all life scientists and researchers who are looking to improve their understanding  

Recently expanded to 2 volumes, Short Protocols in Molecular Biology, Fifth Edition, provides condensed descriptions of more than 700 methods compiled from Current Protocols in Molecular Biology. Includes new chapters on chromatin assembly and analysis, nucleic acid arrays, generation and use of combinatorial libraries, discovery and analysis of differentially expressed genes in single cells and cell populations.

The book is specifically designed to provide quick access to step-by-step instructions for the essential methods used in every major area of molecular biological research

Short Protocols in Molecular Biology, Fifth Edition is an authoritative and indispensable guide for all life scientists, researchers, and students at the graduate and advanced undergraduate level

Expanded to 2 volumes. 

 

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

A Must-Have for any Molecular Biologist..., March 17, 2000

I originally bought this book as a secondary source of information (Maniatis has ben my bible now for a few years...) but as time has progressed I have found myself using this book more and more. The protocols are easy to follow, logically placed, give enough information so you understand what it is you are doing, are up to date, and are all in one volume. Yes, this has effectively replaced my copy of Molecular Cloning (which is in desperate need of an update). Great job!

 


Rating: 5.0 | Added on: 30 Oct 2006

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