Molecular and Cell Biology (Schaum) – William Stansfield – 1st Edition


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  • Prologue: Selected Techniques of Molecular Biology

    1. Cell: Their Structure, Metabolism, and Reproduction
    2. Biomacromolecules
    3. Chromosomes: Their Structures, Replication, and Recombination
    4. Transcription and Gene Regulation
    5. Translation
    6. Mutations
    7. The Genetics of Bacteria and Their Viruses
    8. Genetic Engineering/Recombinant DNA Technology
    9. Nucleic Acid Manipulations
    10. Eukaryotic Cells and their Viruses
    11. Cellular Communication
    12. Development in Multicellular Organisms
    13. The Immune System
    14. Molecular Evolution

    Appendix A. HIV/AIDS
    Appendix B. Cancer
    Appendix C. Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics
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20/08/2016 2:02 am

This is one of the best texts I have ever used. If you are interested in teaching yourself some chemistry this would not be a bad way to go. Explained in an easy to understand method. Lots of examples and illustrations. The subject maters are kept fairly small in order to really promote understanding and allowing you to slowly build your knowledge one piece at a time.

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