Über den Autor
JAMES D. WATSON is the Chancellor of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, USA, and was awarded the Nobel Prize (1962) for his discoveries concerning the molecular structure of nucleic acids.
AMY A. CAUDY is a Lewis-Steiger Fellow, at the Lewis-Steiger Institute for Integrative Genomics at Princeton University, USA. Combining methods from genomics, and biochemistry, her research seeks to understand the regulation of mitochondrial replication and abundance.
RICHARD M. MYERS is the Stanford W. Ascherman Professor and Chairman of the Department of Genetics at Stanford University, USA. He studies the structure, function and evolution of the human genome to understand roles that genes play in human diseases such as Huntington disease, Parkinson disease, hypertension, insulin resistance, and atherosclerosis.
JAN A. WITKOWSKI is the Executive Director of the Banbury Center, USA, the Editor-in-chief of Trends in Biochemical Sciences and a professor at the Watson School of Biological Sciences. Prior to his role at Cold Spring Harbor, he ran a research lab focused on the DNA-based diagnosis of human genetic diseases.
Foundations of DNArnOverviewrnDNA is the Primary Genetic MaterialrnFrom DNA to ProteinrnBasics of Gene ExpressionrnBasic Tools of Recombinant DNArnFundamental Features of GenesrnGetting DNA into Cells and OrganismsrnMoveable ElementsrnEpigeneticsrnRNAi rnFoundations of Genomics rnOverview rnSequencing a Small Genome rnHow the Human Genome was Sequenced rnAnalyzing GenomesrnOverviewrnSequence Analysis rnGenome-wide Functional Analysis rnGenomic Approaches to Human BiologyrnHunting Human Disease Genes rnCancer Genomics rnDNA and Justice
This is the authoritative introduction to the concepts and techniques of recombinant DNA research and their dramatic results. The book explores core concepts in molecular biology in a contemporary inquiry-based context, building its coverage around the landmark experiments that redefined our understanding of DNA.
Elite author team, including James Watson, winner of a Nobel Prize for his central part in the discovery of the structure of the DNA double helixrn New fundamentals version uses cutting edge research, techniques, and practical applications of genome sequencing to highlight the core concepts that students in genetics and molecular biology learnrn Written in a conversational style by top scientists