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Strategies needed to isolate mutant cell lines and to use the mutants to clone and map the genes are presented in detail. This is the first book in which such methodology and molecular biology are combined. The preferred cell lines for genetic analysis are presented in the first section, followed by special techniques for isolating a wide range of mutants. The remainder of the book is devoted to genetic mapping and cloning of mutant genes. The final section presents special techniques in gene regulation.
Biochemists, geneticists, genetic engineers, microbiologists, molecular biologists, cell biologists, analytical and clinical chemists.
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