Assuming only a basic knowledge of molecular biology, this is the fourth in a series of manuals which explains how to clone, manipulate, analyze and sequence large segments of DNA, and relate expressed sequence to phenotypic variation. The techniques are written for application to animal DNA as well as human genomes. They deal plainly with sources of failure, and solutions.In 8th International Congress of Human Genetics, p. A369. Washington, D.C. Lathrop, G.M., J.M. Lalouel, and R. L. White. 1986. Calculation ... Lathrop, M., Y. Nakamura, P. Cartwright, P. Oa#39;Connell, M. Leppert, C. Jones, H. Tateishi, T. Bragg, J.M. Lalouel, and R. White. 1988. A primary ... In Second International Workshop on Human Gene Mapping (ed. ... In Genome analysis: A laboratory manual. Vol. ... Monte Carlo comparison of preliminary methods for ordering multiple genetic loci.
|Title||:||Genome Analysis: Mapping genomes|
|Author||:||Bruce Birren, Eric D. Green|