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by B. D. Hames,D. M. Glover

Free eBook Gene Rearrangement (Frontiers in Molecular Biology) download ISBN: 019963050X
Author: B. D. Hames,D. M. Glover
Publisher: Oxford University Press (August 9, 1990)
Language: English
Pages: 168
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New Biological Books. B. D. Hames, D. M. Glover. K. Brooks Low, "Gene Rearrangement.

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Gene Rearrangement book. The volume is an ideal companion to Molecular Immunology, a previous title in the Frontiers in Molecular Biology series that described DNA rearrangement mechanisms for genes of the immune system.

Frontiers in Molecular Biology. Frontiers in Molecular Biology. Mechanism and control of immunoglobulin gene rearrangement, Rusty Lansford, Ami Okada, Jianzhu Chen, Eugene M. Oltz, T. Keith Blackwell, Frederick W. Alt, and Gary Rathbun . T cell antigen recepotor genes, Mark M. Davis and Yueh-hsui Chien . T lymphocyte signal transduction, Cox Terhorst, Mark Exley, Frank Staal and Hergen Spits . Structure and function of MHC class I and class.

ISBN-13: 978-0199633784. It covers in detail the generation and application of engineered antibodies and the molecular mechanisms of antigen presentation; immunoglobulin and T cell receptor rearrangements and expression; and the activation of B cells, T cells, and the complement cascade. Excellent and comprehensive.

Gene rearrangements are considered to be rare evolutionary events and are being used to reconstruct the phylogeny of diverse group of organisms. Mt gene rearrangements have been established as a hotspot for the phylogenetic and evolutionary analysis of closely as well as distantly related organisms. KEYWORDS: evolution; gene expression; gene regulation; genomic variation; mitochondrial gene; replication.

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New frontiers in bryologyâ?“physiology, molecular biology and. New Transcriptional Factor - Molecular and Cellular Biology. Subsequent chapters cover a variety of topics in detail including targeted mutagenesis, gene tagging, gene and enhancer-trapping, and expand upon the creation and application of EST and cDNA libraries. Of the chapters concerning genomics and molecular biology, Chapter 5 takes a slightly different approach, detailing the use of molecular and genomic tools in the context of desiccation; the ultimate aim of this work being the identification and determination of all genes in plants!

In recent years, the DNA sequence rearrangements, widespread in both prokaryotes and eurkaryotes, have been the subject of intense research effort. "Gene Rearrangement" describes the latest developments in a number of areas of current interest, including genomic rearrangements in prokaryotes, the molecular basis of antigenic variation in African trypanosomes, and DNA amplification in eukaryotes. This volume complements a previous title in the series, "Molecular Immunology", which described DNA rearrangement mechanisms for genes of the immune system.