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Genetics and Molecular Biology

By: R Schleif
720 pages, 550 two-colour illus
Genetics and Molecular Biology
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  • Genetics and Molecular Biology ISBN: 9780801846748 Edition: 2 Paperback Dec 1993 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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Thoroughly updated to include an integrated treatment of prokaryotic and eurkaryotic molecular biology.
From reviews of the first edition:
`A remarkable achievement ... The lessons here in dealing with the information explosion in biology are that an ounce of rationale is worth a pound of facts and that, for educational value, there is nothing to beat an author writing about stuff he knows from the inside.' Nature

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Robert Schleif is a professor in the department of biology at the Johns Hopkins University and the co-author of 'Practical Methods in Molecular Biology'. He has been the recipient of a Helen Hay Whitney Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Harvard University and an NIH Career Development Award. His current research utilizes genetics, physiology, and recombinant DNA technology to study the mechanism of regulation of the 'E. coli' L-arabinose operon.
By: R Schleif
720 pages, 550 two-colour illus
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The lessons here in dealing with the information explosion in biology are that an ounce of rationale is worth a pound of facts and that, for educational value, there is nothing to beat an author writing about stuff he knows from the inside.--'Nature'
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