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|publication info||D. Adams, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 2003, 160 pp., comb bound|
Work at the biology bench requires a knowledge of mathematical methods and formulae. This book is a compilation of the mathematical concepts and methods in molecular biology, and provides guidance on their application to research investigations. Subjects range from basics such as scientific notation and measuring and making solutions, to more complex activities like quantifying and designing nucleic acids and analyzing protein activity. A reference section features useful tables, conversion charts and "plug and chug" equations for experimental procedures. This volume is a structured source of information that in many laboratories is scattered.
1. Numbers and Measurement in the Lab
2. Chemistry by the Numbers
3. Common Lab Equipment
4. Making Solutions
5. DNA and RNA
7. Designing Experiments and Presenting Data
8. Reference Tables and Equations
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