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Author Sambrook, Joseph.

Title Molecular cloning : a laboratory manual / Joseph Sambrook, David W. Russell
Edition Third edition
Published Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y. : Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, [2001]


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Description 3 volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
regular print
Contents Ch.1 Plasmids and their usefulness in molecular cloning -- Ch.2 Bacteriophage and its vectors -- Ch.3 Working with bacteriophage M13 vectors -- Ch.4 Working with high capacity vectors -- Ch.5 Gel Electrophoresis of DNA and pulsed-filed agarose -- Ch.6 Preparation and analysis of eukaryotic genomic DNA -- Ch.7 Extraction, purification, and analysis of mRNA from Eukaryotic cells -- Ch.8 In vitro amplification of DNA by the polymerase chain reaction -- Ch.9 Preparation of radiolabeled DNA and RNA probes -- Ch.10 Working with synthetic oligonucleotide probes -- Ch.11 Preparation of cDNA libraries and gene identification -- Ch.12 DNA sequencing -- Ch.13 Mutagenesis -- Ch.14 Screening expression libraries -- Ch.15 Expression on cloned genes in escherichia coli -- Ch.16 Introducing cloned genes into cultures mammalian cells -- Ch.17 Analysis of gene expression in cultured mammalian cells -- Ch.18 Protein interaction technologies
Summary "A major goal of all three editions of Molecular Cloning has been to provide researchers with up-to-date protocols that work reproducibly. Users of the previous editions will recognize many of the organizational features in the experimental sections of this book. Nevertheless, the revision of the text has been extensive and detailed. Ancient protocols have been modernized, while new protocols have been added to reflect the continuing penetration of molecular cloning into almost all areas of biomedical research. Of equal importance has been our desire to explain how and why particular methods work, and with reasoned arguments for choosing between alternative procedures."--Preface (p. xxi)
Analysis Cloning, Molecular
Molecular cloning
Notes Previously published in 1989 and written by T. Maniatis and Joseph Sambrook
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Molecular cloning -- Laboratory manuals.
Eukaryotic cells -- Laboratory manuals.
Genetic engineering -- Laboratory manuals.
Cloning, Molecular.
Cloning, Molecular.
Genre/Form Laboratory Manual.
Laboratory manuals.
Author Russell, David W. (David William), 1957-
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
LC no. 00064380
ISBN 0879695765 (hbk.)
0879695773 (paperback)