Publisher description for Molecular embryology : methods and protocols / edited by Paul T. Sharpe and Ivor Mason.
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A comprehensive guide to cutting-edge methods used today across the dramatically growing field of molecular embryology. These powerful techniques take advantage of the most commonly used vertebrate experimental models: murine embryos for their genetics, chick embryos for in vivo manipulation, zebrafish for mutagenesis, amphibian embryos, and nonvertebrate chordates. The book emphasizes the most important methods of experimental molecular biology and the particular advantages of each different species. Detailed, easy-to-follow instructions, together with relevant background information and helpful tips, ensure easy reproducibility.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Vertebrates -- Embryology -- Methodology.
Chemical embryology -- Methodology.