Molecular of Cloning of Recombinant Dna - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780126342505, 9780323158725

Molecular of Cloning of Recombinant Dna

1st Edition

Editors: W.A. Scott
eBook ISBN: 9780323158725
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st January 1977
Page Count: 262
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Mobilization and Reassembly of Genetic Information documents the proceedings of the Miami Winter Symposium, sponsored by the Department of Biochemistry, University of Miami School of Medicine, Miami, Florida, January 1977. This volume is the 13th in the ""Miami Winter Symposia"" series. Topics for the Miami Winter Symposia focus on areas of biochemistry in which recent progress offers new insights into the molecular basis of biological phenomena.
The manuscripts presented by researchers at the symposium cover a wide range of topics including DNA cloning and plasmid biology; yeast DNA expression in Escherichia coli; characterization of tetracycline and ampicillin resistant plasmid cloning vehicles; eukaryotic genome organization; bacterial plasmids containing silk gene sequences; DNA cloning in bacteria for the study of immunoglobulin genes; DNA degradation by rat intestinal nucleases; recombination between bacterial plasmids leading to the formation of plasmid multimers; general methods for inserting specific DNA sequences in cloning vehicles; and cloning and characterization of yeast DNA.

Table of Contents

Speakers, Chairmen, and Discussants Preface The Eighth Feodor Lynen Lecture: Biochemical Pastimes ... and Future Times DNA Cloning and Plasmid Biology The Expression of Yeast DNA in Escherichia Coli Characterization of Tetracycline and Ampicillin Resistant Plasmid Cloning Vehicles Eucaryotic Genome Organization: Cloning and Beyond Construction and Use of Safer Bacterial Host Strains for Recombinant DNA Research The Nitrogen Fixation (nif) Operon of Klebsiella pneumoniae: Cloning nif Genes and the Isolation of nif Control Mutants Applications of Bacteriophage λ in Recombinant DNA Research Rapid Selection and Screening Methods for the Isolation of Particular Cloned Eukaryotic DNA Sequences Bacterial Plasmids Containing Silk Gene Sequences An Approach to the Study of Developmentally Regulated Genes Use of an EK-2 Vector for the Cloning of DNA from Higher Organisms DNA Cloning in Bacteria as a Tool for Study of Immunoglobulin Genes Poster Session: Communications DNA Degradation by Rat Intestinal Nucleases Restriction Analysis and Cloning of DNA from the ILV Gene Cluster of E. coli K12 The Localization of the Eco R,-Sensitive Sites on the Chromosomes of Different Bacteria Repression Control by Homologous and Heterologous Repression System of Different Bacterial Genera, and the Plasmids Obtained from Bacillus subtilis Group Recombination Between Bacterial Plasmids Leading to the Formation of Plasmid Multimers Plasmids Carrying the λ i434 cro and c11 Genes Express Specific DNA Binding Activity The Filamentous Coliphage M13 as a Cloning Vehicle. Insertion of a Hind II Fragment of the Lac Regulatory Region in M13 RF In Vitro General Methods for Inserting Specific DNA Sequences in Cloning Vehicles Enzymatic Synthesis of Rabbit Globin Genes: Comparison of T4 DNA Polymerase and RNA-Directed DNA Polymerase Organization of Bombyx Mori rDNA Cloning and Characterization of Yeast DNA Transformation Procedure to E. coli χ 1776 Strain Restriction Endonuclea


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