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A-Z of quantitative PCR /

by Bustin, Stephen A.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: IUL biotechnology series: 5Publisher: La Jolla : International Univ. Line, cop. 2004Description: 882 p., 14 p. de pl. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0963681788.MeSH subject(s): Polymerase Chain Reaction | Nucleic Acids | Specimen Handling | Nucleic Acids -- analysis | MonographSummary: This book is a comprehensive manual to allow both the novice researcher and the expert to set up and carry out quantitative PCR assays from scratch. However, this book also sets out to explain as many features of qPCR as possible, provide alternative viewpoints, methods, and aims to simulate the researchers into generating, interpreting, and publishing data that are reproducible, reliable, and biologically meaningful. [Ed.]
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vdist-/05.2013 This book is a comprehensive manual to allow both the novice researcher and the expert to set up and carry out quantitative PCR assays from scratch. However, this book also sets out to explain as many features of qPCR as possible, provide alternative viewpoints, methods, and aims to simulate the researchers into generating, interpreting, and publishing data that are reproducible, reliable, and biologically meaningful. [Ed.]