Recombinant DNA Laboratory Manual, Revised EditionBy
- Judith Zyskind
- Sanford Bernstein
Students in introductory courses in recombinant DNA and laboratory technicians in academia, government, and industry.
Paperback, 224 Pages
Published: January 1992
Imprint: Academic Press
"The manual is bound with a comb and is sufficiently small that it can be conveniently used at the work bench. The protocols are clearly written, with separate layout of materials and instructions, much like a cookbook recipe. Some of the protocols are written so that students can fill in appropriate information. Wide margins provide plenty of space for notes, and some of the margins already contain helpful information about calculations, special handling, and precautions."
"This book contains very interesting and practical information about the methodology of recombinant DNA which is one of the most useful techniques at present in molecular biology... This manual would be very useful for molecular biologists, physiologists, biochemists, and advanced students."
--JOURNAL OF STEROID BIOCHEMISTRY
"This is the most appropriate text available for the two week intensive course for professionals that we offer. The protocols are excellent with the perfect amount of background information and experimental detail."
--LINDA STRAUSBAUGH, The University of Connecticut
"It covers a wide range of topics, covers them thoroughly, and eliminates the need for lab handouts."
--S. ACKERMAN, University of Massachusetts