In Situ Hybridisation: Application to Developmental Biology and Medicine

In Situ Hybridisation: Application to Developmental Biology and Medicine

by N. Harris
     
 

First published in 1990, this book brings together contributions from leaders in the application of in situ hybridisation.See more details below

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First published in 1990, this book brings together contributions from leaders in the application of in situ hybridisation.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780521380621
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
08/31/1990
Series:
Society for Experimental Biology Seminar Series, #40
Pages:
300
Product dimensions:
5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.75(d)

Table of Contents

1. Non radio isotopic labels for in situ hybridisation histochemistry: a histochemist's view G. Coulton; 2. Use of haptenised nucleic acid probes in fluorescent in situ hybridisation A. K. Raap; 3. The use of complementary RNA probes for the identification and localisation of peptide messenger RNA in the diffuse neuroendocrine system A. Giaid; 4. Contributions of the spatial analysis of gene expression to the study of sea urchin development R. C. Aangerer; 5. Advantages and limitations of in situ hybridisation as exemplified by the molecular genetic analysis of Drosophila development P. W. Ingham; 6. The use of in situ hybridisation to study the localisation of maternal mRNAs during Xenopus oogenesis H. Perry-O'Keefe; 7. In situ hybridisation in the analysis of genes with potential roles in mouse embryogenesis D. G. Wilkinson; 8. Evolution of algal plasmids from eukaryotic endosymbionts G. I. McFadden; 9. Localisation of expression of male flower specific genes from maize by in situ hybridisation S. Y. Wright and A. J. Greenland; 10. Tissue preparation techniques for in situ hybridisation studies of storage-protein gene expression during pea seed development N. Harris; 11. Investigation of gene expression during plant gametogenesis by in situ hybridisation K. G. Jones; 12. Sexing the human conceptus by in situ hybridisation J. D. West; 13. Nonisotopic in situ hybridisation in human pathology C. S. Herrington; 14. The demonstration of viral DNA in human tissues by in situ hybridisation M. Wells.

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