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  1. Microarrays and Microplates

    Applications in Biomedical Sciences

    Edited by Ian Day, S Ye

    Series: Advanced Methods

    The 'Advanced Methods' series is intended for advanced undergraduates, postgraduates and established research scientists. Titles in the series are designed to cover current important areas of research in life sciences, and include both theoretical background and detailed protocols. The aim is to...

    Published July 31st 2002 by Garland Science

  2. Conn's Biological Stains

    A Handbook of Dyes, Stains and Fluorochromes for Use in Biology and Medicine

    Edited by Richard Horobin, John Kiernan

    Published on behalf of the Biological Stain CommissionFor 75 years Conn's Biological Stains has been a standard reference for all those who used dyes and colorants in the biological and medical sciences. This long awaited tenth edition appears 25 years after R.D. Lillie's ninth and has been...

    Published June 14th 2002 by Taylor & Francis

  3. Genetic Engineering

    A Primer

    By Walter E. Hill

    Genetic Engineering: A Primer presents the growing field of biotechnology to non-science majors and other general interest readers. The author examines the natural forces that change genetic information and the ways in which scientists have learned to engineer these genetic changes. With a wealth...

    Published May 22nd 2002 by CRC Press

  4. Genetically Engineered Organisms

    Assessing Environmental and Human Health Effects

    Edited by Deborah K. Letourneau, Beth Elpern Burrows

    Genetic engineering suggests new avenues for constructing useful products, but it also poses hazards to the health of the environment and the public. Delineating those hazards is complicated, difficult, and important at every level of risk assessment and risk management decision-making. Risk...

    Published September 25th 2001 by CRC Press

  5. Biochip Technology

    Edited by Jing Cheng, Larry J. Kricka

    Biochip technology has experienced explosive growth in recent years and Biochip technology describes the basic manufacturing and fabrication processes and the current range of applications of these chips. Top scientists from the biochip industry and related areas explain the diverse applications of...

    Published July 30th 2001 by CRC Press

  6. Image Cytometry

    By Pasqaule Chieco, A Jonker, CJF Van Noorden

    Image Cytometry introduces readers to the rapidly growing field of digital microscopical imaging for measurements in cells and tissues. It deals with the practical application of image analysis in cell and tissue structure....

    Published June 14th 2001 by Garland Science

  7. Biological Centrifugation

    By Dr John Graham

    An important introduction to the use of the centrifuge in the biology laboratory, Biological Centrifugation is also useful for more experienced workers. The book describes the background and the principles behind centrifugation, including sedimentation theory. The book also considers the different...

    Published June 14th 2001 by Garland Science

  8. Electron Diffraction in the Transmission Electron Microscope

    Electron Diffraction in the Transmission Electron Microscope

    By P.E. Champness

    This book is a practical guide to electron diffraction in the transmission electron microscope (TEM). Case studies and examples are used to provide an invaluable introduction to the subject for those new to the technique. The book explains the basic methods used to obtain diffraction patterns with...

    Published June 14th 2001 by Garland Science

  9. Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy

    By R. Brydson

    Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy (EELS) is a high resolution technique used for the analysis of thin samples of material. The technique is used in many modern transmission electron microscopes to characterise materials. This book provides an up-to-date introduction to the principles and...

    Published June 14th 2001 by Garland Science

  10. Minimally Invasive Medical Technology

    Edited by John G. Webster

    Series: Series in Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering

    Minimally invasive medicine has the goal of providing health care with minimal trauma. When minimally invasive surgery is utilized, it reduces the length of hospital stays, lowers costs, lowers pain, and reduces blood loss. Other minimally invasive techniques minimize radiation exposure, tissue...

    Published December 31st 2000 by CRC Press