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Genetics

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  • What Mad Pursuitby Francis Crick

    Basic Books 2008; US$ 15.00

    "<>Candid, provocative, and disarming, this is the widely-praised memoir of the co-discoverer of the double helix of DNA.<>" more...

  • Geneticsby James Napier

    Hodder Education 2012; US$ 11.18

    The answers you need. Now more...

  • The Double Helixby James Watson

    Orion 2012; US$ 17.62

    'It is a strange model and embodies several unusual features. However, since DNA is an unusual substance, we are not hesitant in being bold' By elucidating the structure of DNA, the molecule underlying all life, Francis Crick and James Watson revolutionised biochemistry. At the time, Watson was only 24. His uncompromisingly honest account of... more...

  • The Double Helixby James Watson

    Orion 2012; Not Available

    'It is a strange model and embodies several unusual features. However, since DNA is an unusual substance, we are not hesitant in being bold' By elucidating the structure of DNA, the molecule underlying all life, Francis Crick and James Watson revolutionised biochemistry. At the time, Watson was only 24. His uncompromisingly honest account of... 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 Finkel Elizabeth; Elizabeth Finkel

    Melbourne University Press 2012; Not Available

    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 elephants—180... more...

  • Principles of Statistical Genomicsby Shizhong Xu

    Springer 2012; US$ 99.00

    Statistical genomics is a rapidly developing field, with more and more people involved in this area. However, a lack of synthetic reference books and textbooks in statistical genomics has become a major hurdle on the development of the field. Although many books have been published recently in bioinformatics, most of them emphasize DNA sequence analysis... more...

  • Biology Under the Influenceby Richard Lewontin; Richard Levins

    Monthly Review Press 2007; US$ 80.00

    How do we understand the world? While some look to the heavens for intelligent design, others argue that it is determined by information encoded in DNA. Science serves as an important activity for uncovering the processes and operations of nature, but it is also immersed in a social context where ideology influences the questions we ask and how we... more...

  • Life at the Speed of Lightby J. Craig Venter

    Penguin Group US 2013; US$ 9.99

    ?Venter instills awe for biology as it is, and as it might become in our hands.? ? Publishers Weekly On May 20, 2010, headlines around the world announced one of the most extraordinary accomplishments in modern science: the creation of the world?s first synthetic lifeform. In Life at the Speed of Light , scientist J. Craig Venter, best known for... more...

  • Relics of Edenby Daniel J. Fairbanks

    Prometheus Books 2009; US$ 11.99

    Since the publication in 1859 of Darwin?s Origin of Species, debate over the theory of evolution has been continuous and often impassioned. In recent years, opponents of "Darwin?s dangerous idea" have mounted history?s most sophisticated and generously funded attack, claiming that evolution is "a theory in crisis." Ironically, these claims are being... more...