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About this book
Radioactive chemicals, whilst playing a vital role in many research and clinical techniques for nucleic acid analysis, are considered dangerous to the laboratory worker and require specialist handling and disposal equipment. This text describes how detailed molecular analysis of DNA and RNA can be performed using a range of non-radioactive chemicals which give similar, if not better, results than the radioactive methods.
1. Probe labelling methods; 2. Cytogenetic analysis; 3. Non-isotopic detection of DNA in tissues; 4. Non-isotopic detection of RNA in situ; 5. Combination of non-radioactive in situ hybridization and immunocytochemistry; 6. Nucleic acid analysis on filters; 7. DNA analysis without probes; 8. PCR analysis of RNA
Handbook / Manual
Out of Print
244 pages, 15 col plates, figs, tabs
The issues covered in this book are vital to many areas of the clinical and research laboratory. --Modern Pathology