Plant Virology Protocols : From Virus Isolation to Transgenic Resistance (Methods in Molecular Biology (Humana Pr), Vol 81)
From Book News, Inc. A theoretical and hands-on guide to generating transgenic plants that are resistant to viruses via the cloning and expression of the coat protein gene. One hundred contributors cover plant virus purification protocols, protocols for cloning coat protein genes, methods for plant transformation and primary analysis, plant resistance and its mechanisms, techniques for analyzing viral genes and nucleotide sequences, methods for generating and identifying cDNA clones representing the coat protein gene, and RNA extraction. Book News, Inc.®, Portland, OR
Synopsis Plant virology has witnessed a revolution of scientific and diagnostic aproaches in the wake of the development of modern molecular biology techniques. This text elucidates the latest techniques in plant virology for the isolation of plant viruses, for RNA extraction, and for the localization and cloning of coat protein genes, among others. Techniques for plant transformation aimed at specific plant species (including potato, maize, tobacco and rice) show the applications of virology techniques...
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