Table of contents for Principles of gene manipulation and genomics / S.B. Primrose and R.M. Twyman.

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Preface
Abbreviations
1. Gene manipulation in the post-genomics era
Section 1 - Basic Techniques
2. Basic techniques
3. Cutting and joining DNA molecules
4. Basic biology of plasmid and phage vectors
5. Cosmids, phasmids and other advanced vectors
6. Gene cloning strategies
7. Sequencing genes and short stretches of DNA
8. Changing genes: site-directed mutagenesis and protein engineering
9. Bioinformatics
Section 2 - Gene Manipulation in Diverse Organisms
10. Cloning in bacteria other than Escherichia coli
11. Cloning in Saccharomyces cerevisiaea and other fungi
12. Gene transfer to animal cells
13. Genetic manipulation of animals
14. Gene transfer to plants
15. Advanced transgenic technology
Section 3 - Genome Analysis, Genomics and Beyond
16. The organization and structure of genomes
17. Mapping and sequencing genomes
18. Comparative genomics
19. Large scale mutagenesis and interference
20. Analysis of the transcriptome
21. Proteomics I - Expression analysis and characterization of proteins
22. Proteomics II - Analysis of protein structures
23. Proteomics III - Protein interactions
24. Metabolomics and global biochemical networks
Section 4 - Applications of Gene Manipulations and Genomics
25. Applications of genomics: Understanding the basis of polygenic disorders and identifying quantitative trait loci
26. Applications of recombinant DNA technology
References
Appendix: the genetic code and single-letter amino acid designations
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Genetic engineering.
Genomics.
Gene mapping.
Nucleotide sequence.
Genetic Engineering.
Base Sequence.
Chromosome Mapping.
DNA, Recombinant.
Genomics.