Viral applications of green fluorescent protein; methods and protocols. (CD-ROM included).
Viral applications of green fluorescent protein; methods and protocols. (CD-ROM included)
Ed. by Barry W. Hicks.
Humana Press Inc.
Methods in molecular biology; 515
The emergence of green fluorescent proteins in scientific research has prompted the need for this textbook that contains theories, applications, laboratory protocols, material and reagents and troubleshooting guides for students and researchers. Editor Hicks (chemistry, US Air Force Academy) has enlisted the help of leading chemists to discuss viral applications for these compounds in such studies as molecular imaging of human embryonic stem cells, production of multicistronic HIV-1 lentiviral vectors and the use of green fluorescent fusion proteins to monitor herpes simplex virus replication. A CD-ROM is included that contains color figures and video sequences generated directly from the research discussed in the text.
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|Title Annotation:||Methods in molecular biology; 515|
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|Date:||Sep 1, 2009|
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