By Barbara Czepulkowski
Книга interpreting Chromosomes interpreting ChromosomesКниги Биология Автор: Barbara Czepulkowski , B. H. Czepulkowski Год издания: 2000 Формат: pdf Издат.:BIOS clinical Publishers; 1st variation Страниц: 184 Размер: 13,3 ISBN: 0387916091 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Analyzing Chromosomes is the right sensible creation to cytogenetics within the laboratory. It specializes in the fundamental details a brand new person will want which will realize varied chromosomes utilizing numerous tools, and offers functional counsel and suggestion for utilizing those strategies within the laboratory. The ebook offers a few easy thought and history fabric, and hyperlinks this to easy causes and proposals for appropriate protocols. targeted, step by step well-known protocols are given to lead the recent person within the lab, and recommendations for amendment of the strategies are supplied. recognition can be desirous about acquiring effects, facts interpretation and attainable assets of error and artifacts. The ebook is concentrated at graduates and different staff in cytogenetics, genetics and phone biology
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Analyzing Chromosomes by Barbara Czepulkowski