This text is intended for molecular biologists
who perform quantitative analyses and for statisticians who work with molecular biologists
and other biomedical researchers and aims to balance the needs of these two audiences by progressively introducing basic to intermediate statistical methods and demonstrating their application to the various biological data generated from the field of molecular biology and the types of questions of interest to molecular biologists
This timely book presents basic toxicology for molecular biologists
and &tailed approaches and methods of gene expression, protein, and metabolic global analyses for toxicologists and others learning to use such methods.
We hope our method reconciles discrepancies between the dates suggested by paleontologists and molecular biologists
," says study coauthor Robert D.
com and the company's Internet research engine for molecular biologists
The new member of the LabChip family, which is designed for the Agilent 2100 Bioanalyzer, allows molecular biologists
to analyze PCR products and small restriction digests with the speed and precision that only LabChip technology, developed by Caliper Technologies, can offer.
In addition, Compugen provides these products and services to molecular biologists
and other life scientists through its LabOnWeb.
But, cancer molecular biologists
said, MAP kinase is a well-known enzyme that is associated with cell growth in general, so it is hardly surprising that it is found in high levels in cancer cells, which are growing rapidly.
27 /PRNewswire/ -- It's going to be a lot easier for molecular biologists
to discover the gene to drug path.
Speculations along these lines have already been voiced by molecular biologists
The result is a readily accessible reference for geneticists, molecular biologists
, biochemists, biotechnologists, pharmacologists, and developmental biologists, as well as those working in the pharmaceutical industry.
Aimed at working molecular biologists
, yet accessible to students, this guide covers the fundamentals of making quantitative measurements of biological binding reactions.
The meeting brought together molecular biologists
, analytical chemists, toxicologists, clinicians, nutritional scientists, and computational biologists from government, academia, and industry to assess the current state of the science in the emerging area of metabolic profiling, and to define its potential applications to the health sciences.