Genome Analysis: A Laboratory Manual, Volume 1

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Bruce Birren, Eric D. Green, Sue Klapholz, Richard M. Myers, Jane Roskams
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 1997 - Science - 675 pages
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A genome revolution is transforming biomedical research in the leading laboratories. Now, a series of manuals from Cold Spring Harbor puts the tools of the revolution in everyone's hands.Assuming only a basic knowledge of molecular biology, these manuals explain how to clone, manipulate, analyze, and sequence large segments of DNA, and relate expressed sequence to phenotypic variation.The techniques are written for application to animal DNA as well as human genomes. They deal plainly with sources of failure - and solutions. Assembled by experienced CSH course instructors, the protocols are written by experts, often the methods' creators, and have been rigorously edited to Cold Spring Harbor standards of accuracy, consistency, and completeness.A complement to the bible of recombinant DNA, Molecular Cloning, these manuals are essential for every laboratory in which genes are being studied.

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