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DNA Transfer to Cultured Cells

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DNA Transfer to Cultured Cells

Katya Ravid (Editor), R. Ian Freshney (Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-471-16572-9 August 1998 312 Pages

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DNA transfer to cultured cells

Edited by Katya Ravid and R. Ian Freshney

Rapid advances in DNA transfer technology have transformed many disciplines, ranging from molecular genetics to biotechnology. Scientists now have the means to introduce copies of genes into different cell types, then detect the expression of these genes in the cell. It is now possible to regulate cell growth that may lead to cancer, develop new biopharmaceuticals, and apply knowledge about the role of genes in cell processes to basic research in molecular genetics.

DNA Transfer to Cultured Cells is the first quick reference to all of the established techniques for the transfer of genetic material to cells in vitro. Featuring contributions by leading researchers in the field, this detailed guide walks the reader through a variety of DNA transfer methods, describes their application to specific cell types, and integrates aspects of molecular biology with tissue culture. Offering overviews and detailed protocols for the techniques under discussion in each of its sections, this book covers an exceptionally broad array of topics, including:
* Viral infection
* Electroporation
* Phosphate precipitation
* DEAE Dextran
* Liposomes
* Yeast artificial chromosomes (YACs)
* Whole chromosome transfer
* Enhanced expression.

Special sections at the end of each chapter list suppliers for necessary reagents and materials. This easy-to-use, self-contained guide addresses key developments of recent years as well as emerging trends in DNA transfer. For practical applications in cell biology, genetics, heredity, biotechnology, or evolution, DNA Transfer to Cultured Cells is a unique and unparalleled resource.
Partial table of contents:

Production and Use of Retroviruses (G. Hicks, et al.).

Electroporation of DNA into Cultured Cell Lines (L. Cataldo, et al.).

Transfection of Rat Adipose Cells by Electroporation (M. Quon).

Calcium Phosphate Transfection (K. Conn. et al.).

Strontium Phosphate Transfection (R. Reddel, et al.).

DEAE- Dextran Transfection (J. Schwartz & R. Rosenberg).

Cationic Liposomes (V. Bichko).

Transfection of Mammalian Cells with Yeast Artificial Chromosomes. (W. Strauss).

Mapping Human Senescence Genes Using Microcell-Mediated Chromosome Transfer (R. Newbold & A. Cuthbert).

Methotrexate and DHFR Amplification (M. Ricketts).

List of Suppliers.

Index.
"..a very useful book." (Cell Biology International, Vol 24/7, 2000)