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Author Primrose, S. B.

Title Principles of genome analysis : a guide to mapping and sequencing DNA from different organisms / S.B. Primrose
Published Oxford [England] ; Cambridge, Mass., USA : Blackwell Science, 1995


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Description x, 148 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
Contents 1. Rationale for mapping and sequencing genomes -- 2. The organization and structure of genomes -- 3. Subdividing the genome -- 4. Assembling a physical map of the genome -- 5. Sequencing methods and strategies -- 6. Finding genes in large genomes
Summary Genome mapping has arguably been the single most significant advance in biomedicine in the past decade or more. A complete map of the genome of selected model organisms should revolutionize our understanding of biology. The ultimate goal, a map of the human genome, will impact hugely on the diagnosis and treatment of human genetic disorders. Principles of Genome Analysis should be invaluable to anyone contemplating genome mapping, from the experienced geneticist to the clinical researcher
Analysis Chromosomes Analysis
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 127-141) and index
Subject Gene mapping.
Nucleotide sequence.
Chromosome Mapping.
Base Sequence.
LC no. 95006173
ISBN 0865429464