Molecular Biomethods Hand book
In the first edition of the Molecular Biomethods Handbook, we introduced the reader to a selection of analytical and preparative techniques that we considered to be frequently used by research workers in the field of molecular biology. Clearly, within the constraints of a single volume we had to be selective in the techniques we described. Since the first edition was published, science has continued to move on apace. For example, the use of microarray technology is now commonplace, nanotechnology has entered the scientific literature, microfluidic technology has been developed, the tremendous potential of stem cells has been recognized, single-cell analysis is becoming routine, the human genome has been sequenced, and new techniques for mapping and RNA expression have been introduced. The second edition is consequently significantly expanded, with over 1100 pages compared to the 720 pages of the first edition.

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