DNA methods

References

Alcamo IE. DNA technology: the awesome skill. Second edition. Harcourt Academic Press, Farmingdale, NY: 1999.

Brown TA. Molecular biology lab fax I: recombinant DNA. Academic Press, San Diego, CA: 1998.

Brown TA. Molecular biology lab fax II: gene analysis. Academic Press, San Diego, CA: 1998. Darbre P. Basic molecular biology: essential techniques. John Wiley & Sons, New York, NY: 1999.

Garrett RH, CM Grisham. Biochemistry, second edition. Saunders College Publishing, Fort Worth, TX: 1999.

Kneale GG. DNA-protein interactions: principles and protocols. Humana Press, Totowa, NJ: 1994.

Morange M. A history of molecular biology. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA: 1998.

Tait RC. An introduction to molecular biology. Horizon Scientific Press, Norfolk, England: 1997

Additionally, thanks to both Drs. Stout and Jacobs for teaching the molecular techniques class that inspired this site and provided the foundation necessary for me to create it. Much of the information contained herein comes from their extensive knowledge base.

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