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New edition of laboratory manual includes cutting-edge techniques to study gene regulation
Date:12/19/2008

h strategic information and step-by-step protocols that are appropriate for a wide range of experimental questions.

The new edition was written by three experienced investigators: Michael F. Carey (University of California, Los Angeles), Craig L. Peterson (University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester), and Stephen T. Smale (University of California, Los Angeles). Carey and Smale wrote the first edition. Peterson is a new author on the second edition; he provides expertise on chromatin, a major emphasis of the new edition.

Transcriptional Regulation in Eukaryotes is geared towards graduate students, postdocs, physician-scientists, and others entering the field, but is also valuable for established investigators who need to examine new aspects of specific regulatory systems. Furthermore, it will serve as a powerful textbook for advanced instruction in molecular biology.


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