Nuclear Structure and Function

Nuclear Structure and Function

by Leslie Wilson, Berrios
     
 

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This volume is a comprehensive guide to the methodologies used in the study of structural domains of cell nuclei. The text covers chromatin, the karyoskeleton, the soluble domain, and the nucleolus. It details methods that are used to isolate components from these domains and techniques used to assemble and disassemble nuclear elements. There is also coverage of

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This volume is a comprehensive guide to the methodologies used in the study of structural domains of cell nuclei. The text covers chromatin, the karyoskeleton, the soluble domain, and the nucleolus. It details methods that are used to isolate components from these domains and techniques used to assemble and disassemble nuclear elements. There is also coverage of three-dimensional mapping and localization of nuclear processes.

Key Features
• Provides a practical laboratory guide for studying cell nuclei
• Includes comprehensive and easy-to-follow protocols

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"Nuclear Structure and Function is remarkably up to date, and all of the authors have produced clear and very useful contributions.
This handbook is highly recommended and will be essential for researchers investigating all aspects of the nucleus, from the biochemistry of specific processes through to nuclear architecture. It will also be very helpful to all those who want to use some of these techniques as part of their research, perhaps to investigate the function of a particular gene product or the control of its expression."
—TIBS

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780125641555
Publisher:
Elsevier Science
Publication date:
10/27/1997
Series:
Methods in Cell Biology Series
Pages:
625
Product dimensions:
7.52(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

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