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Genetics

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  • Geneticsby James Napier

    Hodder Education 2012; US$ 11.18

    The answers you need. Now more...

  • Mutation Detectionby R. G. H. Cotton; E. Edkins; S. Forrest

    IRL Press at Oxford University Press 1998; US$ 119.99

    Mutation detection is increasingly undertaken in a wide spectrum of research areas: in medicine it is fundamental in isolating disease genes and diagnbosis, and is especially important in cancer research; in biology, commercially important genes can be identified by the mutations they contain. But mutation detection is time-consuming and expensive.... more...

  • The Genome Generationby Elizabeth Finkel

    Melbourne University Publishing 2012; US$ 14.66

    The year 2001 marked more than just the beginning of Stanley Kubrick's Space Odyssey , it marked the beginning of the genome era. That was the year scientists first read the 3 billion letters of DNA that make up the human genome. This was followed by a veritable Noah's Ark of genomes?sponges and worms, dogs and cows, rice and wheat, chimps and... more...

  • Transfer and Expression of Eukaryotic Genesby H.S. Ginsberg

    Elsevier Science 2012; US$ 72.95

    Transfer and Expression of Eukaryotic Genes documents the progress in our understanding of the transfer and expression of eukaryotic genes. This book covers topics organized around three themes: gene expression and its regulation; in vivo gene transfer and development; and viral gene and oncogene systems. This text is divided into three sections encompassing... more...

  • Post-Transcriptional Gene Regulationby Jane Wu

    Wiley 2013; US$ 185.95

    Reflecting the rapid progress in the field, the book presents the current understanding of molecular mechanisms of post-transcriptional gene regulation thereby focusing on RNA processing mechanisms in eucaryotic cells. With chapters on mechanisms as RNA splicing, RNA interference, MicroRNAs, RNA editing and others, the book also discusses the critical... more...

  • The Future is Nowby Eric Cohen; William Kristol

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2002; US$ 20.99

    This book looks at both the past and the future of the debate over whether there are moral limits to scientific progress and what life will look like in the genetic age. more...

  • The Exposomeby Gary W Miller

    Elsevier Science 2013; US$ 39.95

    The Exposome: A Primer is the first book dedicated to exposomics, detailing the purpose and scope of this emerging field of study, its practical applications and how it complements a broad range of disciplines. Genetic causes account for up to a third of all complex diseases. (As genomic approaches improve, this is likely to rise.) Environmental... more...

  • What's in Your Genes?by Katie McKissick

    F+W Media 2013; US$ 15.99

    A crash course in genetics! Everyone knows that if you come from a family of brunettes, you're likely to be born with brown hair. But did you know your hair color may also affect how often you get sunburned? Or how often you need to take vitamin supplements? What's in Your Genes? goes beyond Gregor Mendel and dominant/recessive genes to show... more...

  • Concepts and Techniques in Genomics and Proteomicsby N Saraswathy; P Ramalingam

    Elsevier Science 2011; US$ 124.00

    Concepts and techniques in genomics and proteomics covers the important concepts of high-throughput modern techniques used in the genomics and proteomics field. Each technique is explained with its underlying concepts, and simple line diagrams and flow charts are included to aid understanding and memory. A summary of key points precedes each chapter... more...

  • GENETICSby Carla Mooney; Samuel Carbaugh

    Nomad Press 2014; US$ 12.99

    Why do children resemble their parents and siblings? Introducing young readers to the fascinating world of genetics, this educational resource presents the main concepts of the science, including what a chromosome does, how DNA is structured, and how genetic inheritance works. Students learn about new discoveries in the field of genetics and how those... more...