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Audience: Students, postdoctoral fellows, and researchers at academic and industrial/agricultural laboratories using non-traditional transgenic models in such areas as molecular and cell biology, developmental biology, neuroscience, pharmacology, biophysiology, cardiology, oncology and genetics.
"The handbook will be a valuable resource for two audiences, one seeking a broad appreciation for transgenic animal technology, which can be gained by reading the handbook cover to cover, and the other seeking concise descriptions of focused techniques, which can be found by selection of specific chapters."-TRANSGENICS (2003)
"This handbook would be valuable to the investigators producing transgenic animal models. It is well organized and the handbook provides a thorough description of current animal transgenic technology across a host of animals."-ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY (2003)