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Genetically Engineered Mice Handbook
edited by John P Sundberg

Genetically Engineered Mice Handbook Summarizes commonly used and emerging technologies to bring beginners up to speed.

Features:

  • Provides key URL's to access relevant public databases, with instructions in many languages
  • Details specific microflora needed to optimize experimental results, while also listing those agents which can negatively impact experiments
  • Examines new approaches used to generate repositories of embryonic stem cells that carry null mutations with reporter constructs
  • Includes comprehensive information on basic issues of modern mouse biology and husbandry
  • Contains a 12-page full-color insert to enhance detailed understanding

Contents

  • Genetically Engineered Mice: Past, Present, and Future
  • Sharing Reseach Tools: The Laboratory Mouse
  • Managing Success: Mutant Mouse Repositories
  • Mouse Genome Informatics: Database Access to Integrated Phenotype Data
  • Genetic Resouce Databases in Japan
  • Computational Pathology: Challenges in the Informatics of Phenotype Description in Mutant Mice
  • Biological Methods for Archiving and Maintaining
  • Mutant Laboratory Mice
  • Mouse Genetic Resources without Germ Cells: Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer and ES Technology
  • The Present Status of Somatic Cell Cloning
  • Exchangeable Gene Trapping
  • Genetic Monitoring of Mice
  • Microbiological Monitoring of Laboratory Mice
  • Effect of Intestinal Flora on Phenotype
  • Helicobacter pylori and Stomach Cancer
  • Professional Use of Mutant Laboratory Mice in Research
  • Phenotyping Postpartum Mutant Laboratory Mice and Determining Their Value for Human Diseaes
  • Common Diseases Found in Inbred Strains of Laboratory Mice
  • Colon Cancer and Polyposis Models: Makoto Mark Taketo
  • Phenotypic Analysis of Mice with Steroid Deficiency
  • External Genitalia Development: A Model System to Study Organogenesis
  • Genetic Approaches to Investigate Retinoic Acid Functions in Mouse Development
  • Mouse Models for Developmental Biology: Functional Analysis of Ror and Wnt Signaling

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Genetically Engineered Mice Handbook
edited by John P Sundberg
2005 336 pages $148.95 + shipping
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