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Molecular Morphology in Human Tissues: Techniques and Applications presents the most advanced molecular morphological techniques to date. This integrated approach to molecular morphology provides powerful analytical and diagnostic tools at the genome level, making the diagnosis and management of cancer, viral infections, and other diseases more precise and reliable. The pioneers of these techniques contribute step-by-step protocols with tips, guidelines, and other suggestions from their own notebooks, enabling experienced scientists as well as beginners to apply the most progressive detection methods available and to obtain optimal results.

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Molecular Morphology in Human Tissues: Techniques and Applications presents the most advanced molecular morphological techniques to date. This integrated approach to molecular morphology provides powerful analytical and diagnostic tools at the genome level, making the diagnosis and management of cancer, viral infections, and other diseases more precise and reliable. The pioneers of these techniques contribute step-by-step protocols with tips, guidelines, and other suggestions from their own notebooks, enabling experienced scientists as well as beginners to apply the most progressive detection methods available and to obtain optimal results.

Name: Molecular Morphology in Human Tissues: Techniques and Applications (Hardback)CRC Press 
Description: Edited by Gerhard W. Hacker, Raymond R. TubbsSeries Editor: Jiang Gu, Gerhard W. HackerContributors: James F. Hainfeld, Andreas P. Aschoff, Chris M. van der Loos, Guida Maria Portela-Gomes, Anthony Rhodes, Kevin A. Roth, Masahiko Zuka, Sabine Tontsch, Marek Skacel, Dina Kandil, Shin-ichi Izumi, Lisa Bobroski-Malicki, Michelle R. Lennartz, Paul K. Nakane, Omar Bagasra, Richard D. Powell, James Pettay, Thomas Grogan, Gustav F. Jirikowski, Takehiko Koji, Dennis G. Baskin, Guenter Lepperdinger, Isabella Artner, David Hicks, Hiroaki Nitta, Hans-Christian Bauer, Marybeth Hartke, Veit Schubert, Michael Schwertner, Leo Wollweber, Dietmar Schwertner, Joseph E. Mazurkiewicz, Pamela M. Brannock, Antoine F. Goetschel, Guenter Schwamberger, Erinn Downs-Kelly. Molecular Morphology in Human Tissues: Techniques and Applications presents the most advanced molecular morphological techniques to date. This integrated approach to molecular morphology provides powerful analytical and diagnostic tools at the genome...
Categories: Pathology, Microscopy, Molecular Biology