Publisher: Humana Press Inc.
Number of pages: 464
Weight: 887 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 26 mm
Edition: 2nd ed. 2004
"...Anyone who has the interest and resources to develop novel assays not only for infectious diseases but also for other diseases will benefit tremendously from this book."
-Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
"...a valuable methodological book for molecular biologists in a hospital laboratory or in academia." -Trends in Parasitology
"...a powerful tool for developing better experiments in the diagnostics of infectious diseases." -International Microbiology
"...a very good compilation of techniques that can be used for numerous applications."
"...a useful reference source for anyone who wants to manipulate microbial protein for diagnostic purposes."
-International Journal of Medical Microbiology
"...this book continues the well-established format of this series from Humana Press in providing clearly described laboratory protocols with useful background discussion...recommended as a useful laboratory reference book..." - Proteomics
"The comprehensive nature of the book makes it an invaluable tool for industry and academia for managing the large amount of data generated in bioinformatics." -Doody's Health Sciences and Book Review Journal
"...well-organized...provides detailed methods and practical tips...the book can be recommended for students, graduate students, and postdoctoral, fellows in the field of proteomics..." - Clinical Infectious Diseases
"...brings together the key elements of oral medicine and nutrition in an accessible form for the dental professional...an excellent reference text...wholeheartedly recommend(ed)." - American Society for Clinical Nutrition
Review of the first edition:
"This work represents one of the most up-to-date molecular biology protocols books to date. . .Anyone who has the interest and resources to develop novel assays not only for infectious diseases but also for other diseases will benefit tremendously from this book. . a valuable purchase to keep as a quick protocol source." -Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine