Genetic Engineering: Principles and Methods, Volume 21
Jane K. Setlow
Springer US, Jun 30, 1999 - Science - 278 pages
Aspects of genetic engineering research emphasized in this volume are applications to plants (crop plants and grass, both important for human needs) and new methodologies, such as Tar cloning, which make it much easier to isolate specific regions from complex genomes. Another subject discussed is linear DNA replication of prokaryotes.
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