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As such, it seems that this survey of molecular biology techniques and concepts will be found useful by those performing molecular diagnostics in a medical laboratory setting, as it should provide a finer understanding of the methodologies and suggest rational approaches to troubleshooting. It should also be noted that this book may be of use to students in molecular biology and to senior faculty who have been somewhat removed from the bench of late. It may suggest possible uses for methodologies not yet tried by the laboratory or provide insights into protocols that you have been using for years.
It will, for example, explain why lower concentrations of standard saline citrate SSC or addition of formamide increases the stringency of DNA or RNA hybridizations, and perhaps introduce you to the concept of plasmids as DNA parasites or to the actual definition of yeast. In fact, it might be wise to have such a book around either a medical or molecular biology laboratory as a means of supporting some minimum level of understanding of molecular biology techniques among laboratory members.
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Overall, the book is an enjoyable read, and it is likely to remain useful for some time as a reference book. It contains Web addresses of databases and software useful for DNA and protein sequence analyses as well as a glossary of molecular biology terms that many will find useful. On the downside, some definitions in the glossary are somewhat less than precise, whereas some statements in the text are a bit too sweeping and may be a bit misleading to some because of oversimplications.
However, the book is overall recommended for the list of reasons cited above. Skip to main content. Daniel S. DOI: Previous Next. Back to top. In this issue.
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