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Microbial Exopolysaccharides

Özlem Ateş Duru presents a new book on Microbial Exopolysaccharides: Current Research and Developments
Written by an international team of experts this authoritative volume describes the most recent and innovative research and developments in the field. Topics include: exopolysaccharide production by halophilic and thermophilic microorganisms, exopolysaccharides from Weissella and Leuconostoc, fructan biosynthesis, engineering of microbial polysaccharide structures, molecular modification of levan, levan in medical and biotechnological applications, and much more. Essential reading for everyone with an interest in microbial polysaccharides, from the PhD student to the experienced scientist, this book provides a timely review of the current and most topical areas of research. The volume is a recommended purchase for all commercial and academic laboratories involved in polysaccharides research read more ...
Edited by: Özlem Ateş Duru
Written by an international team of experts this authoritative volume describes the most recent and innovative research and developments on microbial exopolysaccharides.

Polymerase Chain Reaction book available now

The new book on Polymerase Chain Reaction is available now read more ...
This indispensable manual is a compilation of review articles written by experts in the field of PCR technology.

Polymerase Chain Reaction

Mark A. Behlke, Kornelia Berghof-Jäger, Tom Brown, et al. presents a new book on Polymerase Chain Reaction: Theory and Technology
This indispensable manual is a compilation of review articles written by experts in the field of PCR technology. Topics covered include: principles of PCR, fluorescent chemistries, instrumentation, quantification strategies, extraction and purification of nucleic acids, sample preparation, controls for validation, primers and probes, standardization of methods, MIQE guidelines, mRNA expression and PCR arrays. This book provides a comprehensive overview of PCR theory, instrumentation and methods. The book represents an excellent, detailed guide for anyone interested in the development and use of PCR technology. It is a recommended purchase for all microbiology and molecular biology laboratories and university libraries read more ...
Author: Mark A. Behlke, Kornelia Berghof-Jäger, Tom Brown, et al.
This indispensable manual is a compilation of review articles written by experts in the field of PCR technology.

Insect Molecular Virology book available now

The new book on Insect Molecular Virology edited by Bryony C. Bonning is available now read more ...
Edited by: Bryony C. Bonning
Essential reading for students and scholars of insect virology and immunology and a valuable resource for users of baculovirus-derived tools.

Pathogenic Streptococci book available now

The new book on Pathogenic Streptococci edited by Yuqing Li and Xuedong Zhou is available now read more ...
Edited by: Yuqing Li and Xuedong Zhou
Essential reading for everyone working with streptococci from the PhD student to the experienced scientist.

Bats and Viruses

Eugenia Corrales-Aguilar and Martin Schwemmle present a new book on Bats and Viruses: Current Research and Future Trends
In this multi-authored volume, international experts review the current hot-topics in this field. Chapters have extensive reference sections that should encourage readers to pursue each subject in greater detail. The book opens with an introductory chapter that is followed by six chapters (chapters 2-7) reviewing different important families of bat-borne viruses. The following two chapters (chapters 8-9) focus on the bat immune system. Chapters 9-12 cover in vitro isolation, in vivo models and metagenomics for viral discovery in bats. The book closes with a fascinating look at the special ability of bats to act as reservoirs for so many different types of viruses. This book is an invaluable reference source of timely information for students, virologists, immunologists, medical and veterinary professionals, and scientists working on bat-borne diseases. It is also highly recommended for all university libraries read more ...
Edited by: Eugenia Corrales-Aguilar and Martin Schwemmle
An invaluable reference source for everyone working on bat-borne viruses.
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