New Books – Microbiology

We have purchased new e-books on Microbiology, including Cancer Gene Therapy, RNA nanotech, Stem cells, and more:

Gene Therapy of Solid Cancers : Methods and Protocols
Editors: Wolfgang Walther and Ulrike Stein
This new edition is making the attempt to provide broad and representative insights into recent developments of experimental and clinical strategies for cancer gene therapy … the majority of chapters are designed to provide step-by-step protocols of particular gene therapeutic strategies in combination with helpful technical notes and brief but very informative introductions to the specific experimental or clinical approach. — Preface
RNA Nanotechnology and Therapeutics : Methods and Protocols
Editors: Peixuan Guo and Farzin Haque
[T]his book represents the first compilation of techniques and laboratory protocols directly related to RNA nanotechnology and its applications in nanobiotechnology and nanomedicine.. [Includes] significant advancements in the field [that] have only occurred over the last 5 years. — Preface
Small Non-Coding RNAs Methods and Protocols
Editor: Mathieu Rederstorff
… a laboratory protocols book dedicated to biochemists or cellular/molecular biologists, already working in the field of RNAbiology or willing to start studying small non-coding RNAs in their projects. It describes basic as well as more sophisticated, state-of-the-art methods to tackle all aspects of small non-coding RNAs biology, from their identification or biogenesis to their use in therapeutics.   — Preface
RNA Scaffolds : Methods and Protocols
Editor: Luc Ponchon.
reviews recently developed techniques that use “RNA scaffolds” as molecular tools. These methods cover domains as various as molecular biology, cellular biology, nanotechnology, and structural biology. … [we] have tried to be as representative as possible of that which is done today. You will find detailed here processes and techniques that differ greatly from one to another.  — Preface
Hedgehog signaling protocols
Editor: Natalia A. Riobo
A comprehensive understanding of the Hh pathway and its functions in development and disease needs the consideration of both canonical and noncanonical responses. This edition … provides novel protocols for the study of newly discovered functions and modifications of components of the Hh pathway… [C]hapters include introductions, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls.
— Preface and back cover
Human Embryonic Stem Cell Protocols
Editor: Kursad Turksen
A comprehensive collection of diverse techniques for the molecular and cellular manipulation of human embryonic stem (hES) cells. These readily reproducible methods have been optimized for the derivation, characterization, and differentiation of hES cells, with special attention given to regenerative medicine applications.
For a comprehensive list of the new e-books Lane acquired (so far) in December, click here.

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