Molecular Biology of Insect Disease Vectors: A methods manual

Molecular Biology of Insect Disease Vectors: A methods manual 



  • J.M. Crampton 
  • C.B. Beard
  • C. Louis


  • Hardcover: 578 pages
  • Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (January 15, 1997)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 0412736608
  • Shipping Weight: 3.55 pounds


Book Description 

The overall aim of this text is to provide a source book of detailed protocols covering the important techniques used in molecular entomology for those wishing to enter this field. The text is made up of 46 chapters, each covering a specific methodology and authored by an invited expert. The chapters are written such that a competent scientist who is unfamiliar with the method can carry out the technique successfully, either at the first attempt, or with a little practice, by simply following the detailed procedures. Each chapter includes: an introductory narrative; a detailed list of materials and equipment required; a detailed, step-by-step protocol; a section of explanatory notes; a bibliography. The chapters are organised under section headings to provide a logical structure to the text, progressing from insect maintenance and infection with parasites, through basic molecular techniques, to genome mapping and transgenics. This methods manual will provide a valuable resource to assist in the development of this rapidly expanding field of research and scholarship.  

Book Info

Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, U.K. Handbook of laboratory methods in molecular entomology. For the practitioner. 76 contributors, 33 U.S. 

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