C. Elegans: Methods and Applications

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Kevin Strange
Springer Science & Business Media, 2006 - Science - 292 pages
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The goal of C. elegans is to provide overviews and detailed step-by-step descriptions of newer and state-of-the-art methods utilized in the field. These include tools essential for forward and reverse genetic analysis, data mining, and comparative genomics strategies, electron and fluorescence microscopy methods, automated imaging methods for worm behavioral analysis, functional genomics strategies, and methods for physiological analyses including somatic cell culture, toxicity assays, electrophysiology, and in vivo imaging of intracellular Ca2+ and pH using genetically encoded fluorescent indicator proteins.
 

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Kevin Strange is a prolific filmmaker and award winning author with seven feature films and over a dozen shorts to his credit. He has published two novels, ROBAMAPOCALYPSE and VAMPIRE GUTS IN NUKE TOWN, a short story collection, THE LAST GIG ON PLANET EARTH, and numerous novellas including MCHUMANS, COMPUTERFACE (one half of the STRANGER DANGER double novella with Danger_Slater) and COTTON CANDY. He loves schlocky B-movies, hardcore pornography, Bizarro fiction and Queen records.

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