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Bacillus: Cellular and Molecular Biology (Third edition)

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Elsevier: Cell Biology, 3rd Edition: Pollard, Earnshaw, Lippincott

By Thomas D. Pollard, MD, Sterling Professor, Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, Yale University, New Haven, CT William C. Earnshaw, PhD, FRS, Professor and Wellcome Trust Principal Research Fellow, Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell Biology, ICB, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz, PhD, Group Leader, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Janelia Research Campus, Ashburn, Virginia, United States and Graham Johnson, MA, PhD, CMI, Director, Animated Cell, Allen Institute for Cell Biology, Seattle, Washington , QB8 Faculty Fellow, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, California

Molecular Biology of the Cell, Third Edition: Bruce Alberts, Dennis

'.an excellent example of designing a textbook for undergraduates and non-biology majors. It is clear, well illustrated, conversational in tone and enjoyable to read and browse through.'

Chapters 8 to 66 describe different methods of labelling antibody with enzymes, fluorochromes and biotin, and also the methods that are available for visualizing antibodies once they have been labelled. These methods include electron and light microscopy, as well as two types of ELISA. Although there is some overlap in the introduction and methodology between these chapters, the methods described are comprehensive. What may be lacking is a consideration of the advantages and disadvantages of particular labels with regard to specific applications, but again, enough choice and detail is given so that the reader can pick and choose their own solution.

Director, Animated Cell, Allen Institute for Cell Biology, Seattle, Washington , QB8 Faculty Fellow, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, California

logical and easy to follow. a one-stop shop for a huge range of Bacillus -focused molecular biology. good comprehensive coverage. figures and tables are clear and concise. a very detailed but useful overview book from Microbiology Today

The identification of antigens and epitopes that are recognized by antibodies is clearly a technique of interest to not only those who use antibodies as reagents but also to those who are engaged in vaccine design. Chapters 67 and 68 describe methods of antigen identification using immunoblotting and epitope mapping using phage display. Chapter 75 describes a method that is useful in antigen identification using immune capture of virus as an example. This technique is particularly useful for viruses, such as hepatitis C, which cannot be cultured in vitro. The methods of antigen identification presented in this book are not comprehensive, but there is a companion volume in this series, Epitope Mapping Protocols, which describes 85 methods of epitope mapping.

Antibodies have been used for decades for the purification of analytes from complex mixtures in the form of solid phase or immunoadsorbent columns, and more recently for the enrichment of cells from heterogeneous populations. These techniques are described in Chapters 69, 76 and 77, but given the extensive use to which these techniques are applied these days, the treatments are somewhat short.

April 69, 7566 by CRC Press
Reference - 785 Pages - 687 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9786989886958 - CAT# KE69576

'The second edition retains all the beauty of the first, and it serves as an editorial model -- a guide that shows us how serious authors prepare a new version of a serious book..What makes for a great science education is not the amassing of facts but the understanding of concepts, processes and syntheses, and the realization that all our information about nature must be subject to testing and revision. That is the kind of educational experience that students can acquire from the second edition of Essential Cell Biology.'
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