Manual of Antisense Methodology
The Manual of Antisense Methodology emphasizes the application of antisense oligonucleotides, and is a guide for the identification of antisense and non-antisense effects in different experimental settings. The work is organized into three sections: antisense application in vitro, antisense application in vivo (animal models) and finally, clinical antisense studies. Where at all possible, the methods are described in sufficient detail to allow reproduction of a given experiment.
The Manual of Antisense Methodology will be of interest to researchers in immunology, cancer research, pharmacology and internal medicine; and physicians conducting clinical studies in these fields.
- Hardback | 205 pages
- 160 x 241.3 x 17.8mm | 498.96g
- 31 May 1999
- Dordrecht, Netherlands
- 1999 ed.
- XIII, 205 p.
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About Gunther Hartmann
Stefan Endres, M.D. is an internist with subspecialties in gastroenterology and intensive care medicine. He is Chief of the Division of Clinical Pharmacology of the medical faculty at the University of Munich.