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Molecular Biology and Biotechnology



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Molecular Biology and Biotechnology
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This fourth edition has been revised and updated. The coverage takes into account both molecular biology and industrial applications and aims to identify the impact molecular biology has had on the development on biotechnology. The title covers such areas as plant biotechnology; food technology; vaccine development; the production of transgenic plants and animals; and the addition of a new chapter devoted to bioninformatics.

Table of Contents

Fermentation technology; molecular analysis and amplification techniques; recombinant DNA technology; the expression of foreign DNA in bacteria; yeast cloning and biotechnology; cloning genes in mammalian cell-lines; plant biotechnology; molecular, structural and chemical pharmaceutical research; genetically modified foods; molecular diagnosis of inherited disease; DNA in forensic science; vaccination and gene manipulation; transgenesis; protein engineering; bioinformatics; immobilization of biocatalysts; downstream processing - protein extraction and purification; monoclonal antibodies; biosensors.
Release date NZ
November 23rd, 2000
Edited by E.B. Gingold Edited by John M. Walker Revised by Ralph Rapley
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
4th Revised edition
black & white illustrations
Royal Society of Chemistry
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