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B4306 Bioinformatics: Sequence and Genome Analysis Application of computational methods to DNA and protein science is an exciting development. This book features sequence alignment, structure prediction, phylogenetic and gene prediction, database searching, and genome analysis that are clearly explained and illustrated along with underlying algorithms and assumptions. Theoretical underpinnings are linked to biological problems and solutions. Extensive tables provide descriptions and Web sources for a range of available software. An associated Website, accessible free of charge by book purchasers, provides links to Internet sources referred to in the text (
Z719056 Methods in Yeast Genetics 2005 Edition D. Amberg, D. Burke and J. Strathem, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 2005, 230 pp., soft cover This is an updated edition which provides a set of teaching experiments, along with protocols and recipes for the standard techniques and reagents used in the study of yeast biology. Since the last edition of the manual was published (2000), revolutionary advances in genomics and proteomics technologies have had a significant impact on the field. This updated edition reflects these advances, and also includes new techniques involving vital staining, visualization of Green Fluorescent Protein, new drug resistance markers, high-copy suppression, Tandem Affinity Protein tag protein purification, gene disruption by double-fusion polymerase chain reaction, and many other recent developments.
Z701270 PCR Primer: A Laboratory Manual, 2nd ed. each technique is presented with extensive background information, advice, and troubleshooting This second edition is a much praised and widely used manual that has been entirely revised and updated. Each technique is presented with extensive background information, advice, and troubleshooting.

All current applications of PCR are covered in protocols that have the hallmark reliability of the previous edition.
Z719218 Whole Genome Amplification: Methods Express Series Softcover Using Whole Genome Amplification (WGA) methods, it is possible to create microgram quantities of DNA starting with as little as one nanogram of genomic DNA and in some cases even a single eukaryotic or bacterial cell. The implementation of such WGA methods provides an ample supply of DNA for large-scale genetic studies. This title provides a comprehensive overview of the field and will be welcomed by all researchers looking to take advantage of the latest developments.