The use of recombinant D.N.A. and related technologies has revealed the extraordinary degree to which cell cycle control mechanisms have been conserved through eukaryotic evolution. The availability of genes and gene products derived from different organisms has greatly extended what is experimentally possible. As a result, many researchers are now faced with the need to handle a far wider range of organisms and must therefore be acquainted with the ever-increasing arsenal of experimental techniques. This book is a compilation of key techniques currently used in the most popular experimental systems. The book describes how specific organisms or cell types are handled and focuses on particular techniques that are applicable to any cell type. A wide range of biochemical, genetic, and cellular manipulations are described. Students and researchers in cell and molecular biology will welcome this accessible, useful new guide.
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'the idea of putting these techniques together in one volume is an excellent one ... The overall impression, however, is that this manual is a useful theoretical and practical introduction for anyone itnerested in current eukaryotic cell cycle research. Battered copies will soon be found on the shelves of many laboratories working on cell cycle issues.' Rolf Bernander, The Norwegian Radium Hospital, Trends in Cell Biology, Vol. 4, October 1994
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Book Description Oxford University Press, USA, 1994. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0199633940
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