From the Publisher
The text has been updated throughout to reflect the most current ideas, tools, mechanisms, and data used to interpret genetic processes.
A summary guide to more than 75 experimental techniques, referenced to the pages on which the techniques are discussed, is found in the front matter.
Chapter 5 is a useful student reference to experimental methods and tools as discussed in later chapters.
There is a completely new chapter (24) on Genomics!
New topics can be found on DNA damage and repair in significantly revised Part VII (Chapters 20-23).
With this new edition, all line art (which is in full color) and tables and many photographs are available as jpeg files on the Visual Resource Library CD-ROM and text-specific website.
Significant data and autoradiographs from original publications are included to support the narrative and to help students analyze data.
The text-specific website includes updated references, downloadable line art and tables from the text, and links to relevant instructive sites on the web.
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About the Author
Received BS in Chemistry from The College of Wooster in 1964 Postdoctoral work at UC-San Francisco with William Rutter American Cancer Society Research Scholar for two years