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9781119156291

FUNDAMENTAL MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

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  • ISBN13:

    9781119156291

  • ISBN10:

    1119156297

  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2021-07-07
  • Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

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Summary

Fundamental Molecular Biology

Discover a focused and up to date exploration of foundational and core concepts in molecular biology

The newly revised Third Edition of Fundamental Molecular Biology delivers a selective and precise treatment of essential topics in molecular biology perfect for allowing students to develop an accurate understanding of the applications of the field. The book applies the process of discovery-observations, questions, experimental designs, results, and conclusions-with an emphasis on the language of molecular biology. Readers will easily focus on the key ideas they need to succeed in any introductory molecular biology course.

Fundamental Molecular Biology provides students with the most up to date techniques and research used by molecular biologists today. Readers of the book will have the support and resources they need to develop a concrete understanding of core and foundational concepts of molecular biology, without being distracted by outdated or peripheral material.

Readers will also benefit from the inclusion of:

  • A thorough introduction to and comparison of eukaryotic and prokaryotic organisms illustrating the variation of cellular processes across organisms
  • Tool boxes exploring up to date experimental methods and techniques used by molecular biologists
  • Focus boxes providing detailed treatment of topics that delve further into experimental strategies
  • Disease boxes placing complex regulatory pathways in their relevant context and illustrating key principles of molecular biology

Perfect for instructors and professors of introductory molecular biology courses, Fundamental Molecular Biology will also earn a place in the libraries of anyone seeking to improve their understanding of molecular biology with an insightful and well-grounded treatment of the core principles of the subject.

Author Biography

Lizabeth Allison is currently the Dorman Family Term Distinquished Professor of Biology at the College of William and Mary. Recently she was honored by the State Council on Higher Education in Virginia with the "Commonweatlh's Outstanding Faculty" award. Dr. Allisons's award-winning dedication to her students and to the art of teaching are well-reflected in her textbook, the first edition of which has been adopted for use by colleges and universities across the United States and Europe.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1  The Beginnings of Molecular Biology      (2e Chapter 1)

Chapter 2  The Structure of DNA (2e Chapter 2)

Chapter 3  The Versatility of RNA         (2e Chapter 3)

Chapter 4  Protein Structure and Folding       (2e Chapter 4)

Chapter 5  Genome Organization and Evolution     (2e Chapter 5)

Chapter 6  DNA Replication and Telomer Maintenance   (2e Chapter 6)

Chapter 7  DNA Repair Pathways         (2e Chapter 7)

Chapter 8  Transcription in Bacteria         (2e Chapter 10)

Chapter 9  Transcription in Eukaryotes        (2e Chapter 11)

Chapter 10 Epigenetic Mechanisms of Gene Regulation   (2e Chapter 12)

Chapter 11 RNA Processing and Posttranscriptional    (2e Chapter 13)

Gene Regulation 

Chapter 12 The Mechanisms of Translation       (2e Chapter 14)

Chapter 13 Recombinant DNA Technology and      (2e Chapters 8 & 15)

Genetically Modified Organisms     

Chapter 14 Tools for Analyzing Gene Organization,     (2e Chapters 9 & Chapter 16, Sections

Expression, and Function 16.1-16.5)

Chapter 15 Medical Molecular Biology        (2e Chapter 16, Section 16.6, Chapter 17)

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