Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||edited by M.L. Rantala and Arthur J. Milgram|
|Series||For and against -- [v. 3]|
|Contributions||Rantala, M. L, Milgram, Arthur J., 1964-|
|LC Classifications||QH442.2 .C564 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 277 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||277|
|ISBN 10||0812693744, 0812693752|
|LC Control Number||98050289|
The National Academy of Sciences, while supporting () such so-called therapeutic or research cloning, has opposed () the cloning of humans for reproductive purposes, deeming it unsafe, but many ethicists, religious and political leaders, and others have . Dec 01, · Praise for the previous edition: "Any basic research laboratory using molecular biology techniques will benefit from having a copy on hand of the newly published Third Edition of Molecular Cloning: A Laboratory Manual the first two editions of this book have been staples of molecular biology with a proven reputation for accuracy and thoroughness."/5(15). In , when it became apparent that animal cloning may become a commercial venture to help improve the quality of herds, FDA requested livestock producers and researchers to keep food from. Cloning, the process of generating a genetically identical copy of a cell or an organism. Cloning happens often in nature, as when a cell replicates itself asexually without genetic alteration or recombination. Learn more about cloning experiments, cloning techniques, and the ethics of human reproductive cloning.
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Steps in cloning a single piece of DNA 1. Appropriate restriction sites 2. Cut vector and foreign DNA with RE 3. Run on gel to separate fragments 4. Isolate speciﬁc fragment 5. Ligate with cut vector 6. Transform host bacteria. Selection. 7. Grow up colonies. 8. Isolate plasmid DNA. 9. Cut with RE to conﬁrm presence of foreign DNA. Cloning book. Read 2 reviews from the world. First introduced 35 years ago, the Opposing Viewpoints series has developed and set the standard for current-issue studies/5. Molecular Cloning, Fourth Edition, by the celebrated founding author Joe Sambrook and new co-author, the distinguished HHMI investigator Michael Green, preserves the highly praised detail and clarity of previous editions and includes specific chapters and protocols commissioned for the book from expert practitioners at Yale, U Mass, Rockefeller. Cannabis cloning has become a lot more sophisticated, and there are highly scientific methods that have been applied to clothing. Micropropagation or “tissue culture” is a horticultural process that involves growing plants in test tubes (“in vitro” in a way) from single cells found in a plant.