Molecular Biology of the Toxic Response
Encouraging the incorporation of molecular biology techniques into the experimental approach to various toxicological problems, the format of the book is two-staged. Each chapter first introduces how various molecular techniques can be successfully applied to solving a specific toxicology question and proceeds to describe the techniques themselves. Also included is a discussion of the benefits and limitations of these techniques . This book will prove of value to practising researchers, but also to graduate students dealing with conceptual issues relating to molecular toxicology.
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