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Genetic Engineering Fundamentals: An Introduction to Principles and Applications

John Kammermeyer
March 31, 1989

This important reference/text provides technologists with the basic informationnecessary to interact scientifically with molecular biologists and get involved in scalinguplaboratory procedures and designing and constructing commercial plants.Requiring no previous training or experience in biology,...

Xenobiotic Metabolism and Disposition: The Design of Studies on Novel Compounds

Harry P.A. Illing
February 28, 1989

This publication explains the principles of the techniques used in disposition and metabolism studies in animals, in man, and in vitro. It includes methods for studying routes and rates of absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion of novel compounds and their metabolites. Relevant...

Current Research

December 19, 1988


Acute Toxicology Testing: Perspectives and Horizons

Shayne C. Gad, Christopher P. Chengelis
December 15, 1988

Acute toxicology testing constitutes the first line of defense against potentially dangerous chemicals. This book provides a detailed presentation of protocols for each of the common designs, reviews their development and objectives, discusses the types of data they generate, and examines the...

Immunohistology in Diagnostic Pathology

J. Charles Jennette
November 30, 1988

The advantages and disadvantages of each immunostaining technique are discussed in this informative and useful text. Immunofluorescence and immunoenzyme staining procedures, including acquisition of reagents, tissue preparation, quality control and methodological trouble shooting, are highlighted....

Sensitization in the Nervous System

Charles D. Barnes
October 15, 1988

Sensitization is a concept of learning and memory that has grown out of experiments on "simple" animals. Interest in sensitization has grown tremendously in the last several years, fueled mainly by evidence of the molecular basis of sensitization in invertebrates on the one hand and the study of...

CRC Handbook of Animal Models for the Rheumatic Diseases, Volume I

Robert A. Greenwald, Herbert S. Diamond
September 30, 1988

Detailed methods of the most widely used and best established animal models and related approaches to the study of rheumatic diseases and their treatment are presented in this major reference book. The detailed description of each model allows the reader to select the model most appropriate for...

Epidemiology of Human Reproduction

Bengt Kallen
September 30, 1988

This comprehensive overview covering the field of reproductive epidemiology examines the impact of environmental factors related to embryonic and fetal development. Innovative techniques are highlighted, illustrating special problems related to reproductive epidemiology. Specific environmental...

Handbook of Immunoblotting of Proteins, Volume II

Ole J. Bjerrum, Niels H. H. Heegaard, M.D.
April 30, 1988

This volume provides complete details of the various immunoblotting procedures. It serves as the researcher's companion in the laboratory, with detailed, step by step descriptions and ready-to-use recipes. All technical aspects and important experimental applications are thoroughly described.Volume...

Modern Bioelectricity

Andrew A. Marino
March 30, 1988


Hemostasis and Animal Venoms

Hubert Pirkle
March 14, 1988


Toxicology-A Primer on Toxicology Principles and Applications

Michael A. Kamrin
February 01, 1988

Different from other books, this unique volume presents basic toxicology principles and applications in a sophisticated yet nontechnical style. It provides an understanding of both the strengths and limitations of the discipline of toxicology and its benefits. This primer is valuable for virtually...