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Molecular Biology LabFax - 2nd Edition - ISBN: 9780121360559, 9780080917092

Molecular Biology LabFax, Volume 1

2nd Edition

Recombinant DNA

Author: T. Brown
Hardcover ISBN: 9780121360559
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 6th July 1998
Page Count: 377
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Table of Contents

Bacteria and Bacteriophages--E. coli strains used in recombinant DNA experiments
Restriction and Methylation--Complete listings of restriction endonucleases
DNA and RNA Modifying Enzymes
Cloning Vectors


Labfax volumes are purpose-designed data reference books for practicing scientists. Each book presents key information for a major subject in one place and therefore saves hours of searching. The authors and editors of each Labfax volume have searched the original literature for the accurate data which they know the specialist needs.

Key Features

  • Clearly presented information
  • Divided into two separate parts on recombinant DNA and gene analysis
  • Provides key information on techniques, sources, and equipment for anyone using molecular biological techniques


Research scientists at postgraduate, postdoctoral level and above, working in molecular biology, recombinant DNA, gene cloning and other life sciences


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"The book is compiled with care and contains text that explains technical terms that then can be used with understanding. This makes it especially useful for young investigators who are new to the field. ...this book qualifies to be the present-day standard reference." --Amit Gupta, University of Illinois, Chicago, in ASM NEWS (April 1999)

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About the Author

T. Brown

Affiliations and Expertise

University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, U.K.