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In 1995, the critically acclaimed Methods in Enzymology series celebrates its fortieth birthday. To celebrate this event, Academic Press is proud to present Methods in Enzymology on CD-ROM, CD-1, focusing on recombinant DNA and related methodology. A perfect complement to the print series, Methods in Enzymology on CD-ROM, CD-1, combines indexing with high-quality, informative full texts to create a unique information resource that brings single-search access to two database collections. Designed for scientists, researchers, and nonspecialists, the full-text collection consists of the entire contents of 18 selectedMethods in Enzymology volumes. The references located in the 18 selected volumes can instantly be retrieved in full. Also included on the CD-ROM are cumulative indexes to all 244 Methods in Enzymology volumes published from 1955 through 1994. The cumulative index provides an easy, time-saving way to find references for virtually every specialty in the 244 volumes. Many of the recent breakthroughs in life science research are built on past developments first introduced in the published volumes of the Methods in Enzymology series. Now, researchers and librarians can access the most comprehensive collection of this critically important research. Methods in Enzymology on CD-ROM, CD-1, is the perfect resource to learn from, to depend on, and to utilize--all from your desktop.
Powerful search engine... An exhaustive reference source and any one laboratory is unlikely to use more than a fraction of the material it contains... This disc would make a splendid addition to an institutional or departmental library... With its web of embedded links, browsing the disc is not unlike browsing an encyclopaedia--one never knows what juicy little tidbit one will encounter. --M.K. Raghuraman in TRENDS IN GENETICS
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