Molecular Genetic Analysis of Populations: A Practical Approach by A. R. HoelzelMolecular Genetic Analysis of Populations: A Practical Approach by A. R. Hoelzel

Molecular Genetic Analysis of Populations: A Practical Approach

EditorA. R. Hoelzel

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Methods enabling the direct study of genetic variation in natural populations have improved considerably. The new edition explores these updated techniques in DNA analysis and provides a revised and refined laboratory guide to investigating variation in DNA molecules.
A. Rus Hoelzel is at University of Durham.
Title:Molecular Genetic Analysis of Populations: A Practical ApproachFormat:Other FormatDimensions:468 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.02 in

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Table of Contents

1. B. May: Starch Gel Electrophoresis of Allozymes2. B.G. Milligan: Total DNA Isolation3. P.S. White, O.L. Tatum, H. Tegelstrom, L.D.Densmore III: mtDNA Isolation, Separation and Detection of Fragments4. J.P. Warner: Genomic Libraries and the Development of Species-specific Probes5. C.F. Aquadro, W.A. Noon, D.J. Begun, B.N. Danforth: RFLP Analysis Using Heterologus Probes6. A.R. Hoelzel, A. Green: PCR Protocols and Population Analysis by Direct DNA Sequencing and PCR-based DNA Fingerprinting7. C. Schlotterer: Microsatellites8. M. Dean, B.G. Milligan: Detection of Genetic Variation by DNA Conformational and Denaturing Gradient Methods9. M.W. Bruford, O. Hanotte, T. Burke: Multi- and Single-locus DNA Fingerprinting10. V.A. David, M. Menotti-Raymond: Automated DNA Detection with Fluorescence-based Technologies

Editorial Reviews

`...the second edition of Molecular Genetic Analysis of Populations might just be the handbook you need to get you going...the editor has done an admirable job in maintaining internal accuracy and cross-chapter consistency.'TIG July 1999, vol. 15, No. 7