Basic Methods in Molecular Biology, Part 262

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McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing, 1994 - Science - 777 pages
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This edition emphasizes the decisions that need to be made to select one procedure over another in the everyday workings of a molecular biology laboratory. Trouble-shooting problems that may emerge when performing such methods are included and concise instructions are provided.

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Determining DNARNA Concentration
Bacterial Strains and Cloning Vectors
Enzymes that Modify DNA and RNA

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