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As genomic science and potential gene therapies continue todevelop, the detection of mutations plays an increasingly centralrole in diverse areas of biology. With innumerable detectiontechniques available spanning multiple disciplines, the choice ofthe best method for a particular study can prove exceedinglydifficult. Complexity, equipment requirements, cost, and throughputare all factors to consider, along with the huge amount ofinformation already available through genome sequencingprojects.
An essential go-to for informed decision-making, the Guide toMutation Detection is the only single source for the theory andpractice of mutation analysis needed to design an experiment.User-friendly, concise, and expertly edited by recognized leadersin the field, the text provides a cutting-edge reference that isstill accessible to those with no experience in mutationanalysis.
The coverage is divided into two sections, with the first sectionreviewing such topics as:
* Key technologies
* Mutation scanning
* Cleavage
* Quality control
* High throughput approaches
* Databases
* Nomenclatures
The second section focuses on step-by-step protocols and discussionof methods, including:
* Tag-array minisequencing
* Electronic hybridization
* Pyrosequencing
* Fluorescent Single-Stranded Conformation Polymorphism(SSCP)
* Denaturing High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (DHPLC)
* Array Comparative Genomic Hybridization (ACGH)
* Microplate Array Diagonal Gel Electrophoresis (MADGE)
Throughout the text, the emphasis remains on practicalapplications. The detailedprotocols derive from the well-regardedHuman Genome Organization (HUGO) training course, particularlythose in Montpellier, France, 2002, organized by MirielleClaustres, Johan den Dunnen, and Graham Taylor. Useful appendicescontain important safety data, supplier lists, and bioinformaticsresources.
Up-to-date, user friendly, and comprehensive, the Guide to MutationDetection is an invaluable resource for students and practitionersworking across a wide range of genetics-related disciplines.

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Dr. Graham R. Taylor is Scientific Director of the Yorkshire Regional DNA Laboratory and Technical Director of the ICRF core mutation detection facility. He also holds an appointment as senior associate lecturer at the Leeds University School of Medicine. He is organizer of the mutation detection training course program run by the Human Genome Organization. Dr. Ian N. M. Day is Lister Institute Professor and Head of the Department of Human Genetics and Director of the Human Genetics Research Division at the University of Southampton.

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"...a useful tool..." (American Journal of HumanGenetics, August 2005)

“...an honest attempt to assemble useful and practicalinformation within this book.” (ChemBioChem, 2005;Vol.6; 6)

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