Basic Molecular and Cell Biology
Edited by David Latchman
In this third, fully revised edition, the reader is fully updated about the recent developments in the study of molecular and cellular disease and is given a look at new possibilities for treatment. It features leaders in the field explaining the techniques of molecular and cell biology, their applications across a series of specialties, and what they can do for the medical field.
The book covers topics such as techniques used in molecular medicine, the polymerase chain reaction, recent advances in cell biology, molecular genetics of common diseases, the role of molecular biology in diagnosis, and gene therapy.
The work discusses these matters in a clear and straightforward manner, giving doctors, medical students, and researchers highly useful insight into molecular medicine and how it can be applied.