Molecular Biotechnology: Ideas and Purposes of Recombinant DNA
Bernard R. Glick (Writer), Jack J. Pasternak (Writer), Cheryl L. Patten (Writer)
Hardcover: 1000 pages
Writer: Amer Society for Microbiology; four version (December 31, 2009)
Acclaimed by college students and instructors, Molecular Biotechnology: Ideas and Purposes of Recombinant DNA is now in its fourth version, bringing it completely updated with the most recent findings and the most recent industrial, agricultural, pharmaceutical, and biomedical functions. On the identical time, the textual content maintains all of the hallmarks which have made it a bestseller. These embrace its simple, jargon-free writing model and its intensive use of figures that assist college students make sense of advanced organic techniques and processes. These options not solely allow college students to understand core ideas, but additionally create the muse wanted to assist their very own analysis and improvement work utilizing recombinant DNA expertise. This fourth version options vastly expanded protection of the most recent improvements in DNA sequencing methods, therapeutics, vaccines, transgenic vegetation, and transgenic animals. Furthermore, readers will discover practically 240 new figures to assist them grasp all the most recent ideas and functions. With its broad vary of matters, Molecular Biotechnology is adaptable to totally different upper-level undergraduate and graduate programs emphasizing specific elements of contemporary biotechnology. For instance, instructors can simply tailor the content material to programs specializing in the basics of biotechnology in addition to programs devoted to medical, agricultural, environmental, or industrial functions. Key Options * New version presents 645 figures and 113 tables all through the textual content, a whole lot of which illustrate advanced techniques and processes * Chapter summaries highlighting key factors * References to the literature in every chapter facilitating detailed investigations of all matters lined within the textual content * Finish-of-chapter evaluate questions enabling college students to evaluate their information * Up to date examples illustrating the most recent ideas and functions.