DNA Cloning: A Practical Approach, Volume 4

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David M. Glover, B. D. Hames
IRL Press, 1995 - Medical - 318 pages
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DNA cloning techniques have made their impact to most areas of biological research. This is the fourth and last volume in this set, offering a complete update and extension into new areas of David Glover's original DNA Cloning volumes. This volume describes a variety of techniques for geneticmanipulation of mammalian cells. Topics covered include construction of Vaccinia virus recombinants, retroviral vectors, production of transgenic animals, expression using the HSV-1 vector system, and adenovirus vectors. The information presented is an up-to-date account of each research area byestablished researchers. The book includes detailed laboratory protocols, advice, hints and tips, example data, key literature citations, background information, and troubleshooting comments.This new 4-part companion volume set of Practical Approach titles aims to cover the major techniques required by all modern molecular biology laboratories.

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About the author (1995)

D. Glover is at University of Dundee. D. B. Hames is at University of Leeds.

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