Wiley-Blackwell Current Protocols
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Sammlung von 16 Labor-Handbüchern für die Bereiche Chemie, Biologie und Medizin mit insgesamt über 11.500 Protokollen. Enthalten sind folgende Reihen: Current Protocols in Bioinformatics, Current Protocols in Cell Biology, Current Protocols in Cytometry, Current Protocols in Essential Laboratory Techniques, Current Protocols Food Analytical Chemistry, Current Protocols in Human Genetics, Current Protocols in Immunology, Current Protocols in Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Current Protocols in Molecular Biology, Current Protocols in Neuroscience, Current Protocols in Nucleic Acid Chemistry, Current Protocols in Pharmacology, Current Protocols in Protein Science, Current Protocols in Stem Cell Biology, Current Protocols in Toxicology. Die Labor-Handbücher können einzeln abonniert werden. Updates: monatlich (Online).
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John Wiley & Sons
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Current Protocols in Molecular Biology, the first Current Protocols publication, was published in 1987. It set a standard of excellence for laboratory manuals that you will find applied to each and every Current Protocols publication.
Research institutions around the world have made Current Protocols laboratory manuals the benchmark for scientific research methods. With their regular updates, these publications constantly evolve and change to meet the needs of the scientific research community.
In the life sciences, Current Protocols publishes manuals in Molecular Biology, Immunology, Human Genetics, Protein Science, Cytometry, Neuroscience, Pharmacology, Cell Biology, Toxicology, Nucleic Acid Chemistry and Bioinformatics.
We are also branching out into other disciplines. Current Protocols in Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a valuable tool that clinicians, technologists, and researchers should use to obtain images in any part of the body, for any disease condition.
Whichever of these publications you may refer to, you can be confident that the protocols are carefully selected for maximum general applicability, lab-tested in leading laboratories, and then thoroughly scrutinized by our expert editorial boards to make sure you can easily duplicate them in your own labs. Moreover, all Current Protocols publications feature:
- Looseleaf, and Intranet availability for most publications
- Quarterly supplements with new and revised methods. (CPI Looseleaf is updated bimonthly.)
- Step-by-step protocols with annotations that alert you to special considerations, tips, and optional procedures.
- Alternate and support protocols to accommodate different equipment and desired results.
- Materials lists for each protocol to ensure you have everything you need before you start work.
- Detailed recipes for reagents, solutions, and culture media.
- Expert commentaries filled with scientific insight, including general background, troubleshooting instructions, and planning considerations.
- Tables and figures to clarify complex procedures.
- Appendices filled with useful reference material.
Why take the chance of relying on unproven or untested procedures when you can have the best methods, contributed by hundreds of highly respected investigators and subjected to our rigorous quality control?
Current Protocols in Bioinformatics
Current Protocols in Bioinformatics is the only publication that responds to the need for both a current and updateable source of bioinformatics methodology. This unique publication assures that you have access to a full range of bioinformatics protocols written by globally-recognized experts in the field, and that these protocols are updated and revised as new developments and innovations occur.
Current Protocols in Bioinformatics is written for the life scientist, not the computational expert, in a user-friendly, easy-to-understand fashion. The manual is organized in terms of biological problems that scientists want to answer. The emphasis on practical advice allows scientists of all computational abilities to quickly master bioinformatics methods and apply them to their own research.
Current Protocols in Cell Biology
Cell biologists use a wide variety of techniques from many disciplines to explore the world of the cell and its structure and function. Because of this diversity, it is important to have a reputable resource for methods to use in their investigations. Current Protocols in Cell Biology is part of the collection of Current Protocols manuals known for their scope and reliability in providing resources for new as well as tried-and-true methods. This book focuses on techniques particularly applicable to cell biology.
Current Protocols in Cell Biology is a collection of protocols written by the scientists who use those methods and designed to meet the needs of both the beginning investigator as well as those who are experienced but are expanding the scope of their research to use new methods. The protocols are detailed guides - complete with materials lists, step-by-step procedures, annotations, illustrations, and commentary - to the successful completion of the method. Anyone with a basic knowledge of the principles of good laboratory technique should be able to follow these protocols regardless of their level of experience. The scope of the manual is wide (and growing) covering cell culture, subcellular fractionation to isolate and study specific organelles, various types of microscopy, labeling, cell adhesion, cell and organelle motility, signal transduction, protein trafficking, macromolecular interactions, cellular aging and death, fluorescent protein technology, and study of chromosomes and nuclei.
Current Protocols in Cytometry
Current Protocols in Cytometry represents the combined efforts of leading cytometry laboratories from around the world to provide you with carefully prepared, clearly presented, and finely tuned methods in the fields of flow and image cytometry. Current Protocols in Cytometry covers the complete range of techniques employed in flow cytometry--from instrumentation to interpretation; from fluorescence to antigen density; from research to clinical applications. Microscopy and image analysis are also covered extensively, from in-depth descriptions of objectives to commentaries on image interpretation, confocal microscopy, and illumination sources.
Current Protocols Essential Laboratory Techniques
Current Protocols Essential Laboratory Techniques (CPET) provides every researcher with the skills and understanding of fundamental laboratory procedures needed to ensure greater success at the bench. CPET takes the novice researcher from very basic skills like weight and volume measurement, through reagent preparation and the use of routine instrumentation, and finally into advanced topics such as real-time PCR and bioinformatics. In addition CPET ...
- Teaches new investigators how to formulate basic research questions and plan the experiments needed to answer them
- Describes solution chemistry and preparation
- Covers basic laboratory safety
- Provides instruction on the care and use of common equipment such as pH meters, spectrophotometers, centrifuges, and microscopes
- Teaches how to manage information from lab notebooks, images, and literature references, as well as manuscript preparation
- Details modern bioinformatics techniques
- Provides practical guides to outsourcing tasks such as sequencing and oligonucleotide synthesis
Current Protocols in Food Analytical Chemistry
Current Protocols in Food Analytical Chemistry (CPFA) is the only publication that responds to the need for a current and continuously updated source of food chemistry methods and instrumentation. Quarterly updates keep you abreast of new developments - one year of updates is included with your initial purchase. Whether you're embarking on a new career or you're an experienced researcher branching into a new area of investigation, you can rely on Current Protocols in Food Analytical Chemistry for expert, reliable and up-to-date methods.With an emphasis on food components, you'll find entire chapters devoted to water, proteins, enzymes, lipids, carbohydrates, colors and flavors. Each protocol includes detailed step-by-step annotated instructions as well as comprehensive lists of required materials, critical parameters, complete recipes, allotted time, and safety considerations. Accompanying troubleshooting tips and pointers from the author, an expert in that methodology, will virtually assure your success. All protocols, ranging from fundamental to cutting edge, are contributed by top researchers in their respective fields representing leading food science institutions and food analytical laboratories from around the world.
Current Protocols in Human Genetics
Current Protocols in Human Genetics is the one publication for comprehensive coverage of the latest methods in human genetics, including collecting family histories and pedigrees, linking analysis, molecular genetics, bioinformatics, automation, animal models, mapping, clinical procedures, and cytogenetics. The editors' and authors' expert commentary assists you in conducting sophisticated experiments for the analysis of human and other higher eukaryotic genomes.
Current Protocols in Immunology
Current Protocols in Immunology provides comprehensive coverage of immunological methods from classic to the most cutting edge, including antibody detection and preparation, assays for functional activities of mouse and human cells involved in immune responses, assays for cytokines and their receptors, isolation and analysis of proteins and peptides,biochemistry of cell activation, molecular immunology, innate immunity,animal models of autoimmune and inflammatory diseases, and stem cells.
Current Protocols in Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Current Protocols in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (CPMRI) is the only publication that responds to the need for both a current and updatable source of MRI methodology. This unique publication assures that you not only have access to a full range of MRI protocols written by experts in MR, but that these protocols are updated and revised as new developments and innovations occur. CPMRI is available in a convenient Looseleaf format that allows you to easily file the quarterly updates.
CPMRI provides the tools needed for acquiring images in any part of the body for any disease condition. Because each protocol is authored by clinicians and technologists, they reflect the needs of fellow practitioners and anticipate and address questions that you are likely to have. Careful editing and consistent formatting ensures that subscribers can easily follow the protocols to get the images that they require.
Current Protocols in Molecular Biology
Current Protocols in Molecular Biology, the first Current Protocols publication, remains the international standard by which all other lab manuals are judged. Basic methods for DNA preparation and isolation, library screening, and sequencing have been joined by more advanced procedures detailing DNA-protein interactions, yeast manipulation, and phosphorylation analyses. From basics to the cutting edge, CPMB is the only resource you need for successful experiments.
Current Protocols in Neuroscience
Current Protocols in Neuroscience meets the diverse needs of neuroscience researchers in the disciplines of neuroanatomy, cell biology, developmental biology, pharmacology, and molecular biology, in addition to the classical areas of behavioral science and neurophysiology. Like all Current Protocols publications, Current Protocols in Neuroscience features carefully edited techniques with authors' troubleshooting tips and helpful comments that come from extensive experience in using these procedures. These features guide you step-by-step through methods used in neuroscience research. Quarterly updates will keep you and your laboratory current with the latest developments in this rapidly changing field.
Current Protocols in Nucleic Acid Chemistry
Responding to the explosion in nucleotide chemistry research in both biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries, Current Protocols in Nucleic Acid Chemistry provides molecular biologists and organic chemists with an updatable publication of step-by-step laboratory procedures for the synthesis, modification, purification, analysis, and utilization of nucleic acids. Subscribers can find everything from the basic fundamentals of lab work to the most cutting-edge methods. All protocols have been contributed by leading investigators in their fields so subscribers can confidently move forward with their experimental procedures. Current Protocols in Nucleic Acid Chemistry is organized into subject area by chapter and then broken into units, each covering a different method. Overview units, presenting important theory and conceptual background, help the researcher select the most appropriate method.
Current Protocols in Pharmacology
Current Protocols in Pharmacology responds to the needs of researchers for an authoritative, updatable source of laboratory procedures containing a full gamut of molecular, cellular, physiological, and chemical techniques for the successful discovery and development of novel drugs and therapeutics. The publication's clear, concise protocols guide you step-by-step through the process of characterizing new compounds using receptor-binding assays (both in vitro and in isolated tissues), enzyme assays, and signal transduction assays. Clear guidelines on data analysis are provided along with representative data for each protocol illustrating how lead compounds can be quickly identified.
Current Protocols in Protein Science
Scientists across disciplines have increasingly come to recognize the power of the protein; Current Protocols in Protein Science, developed in response to this revitalized interest, provides the most comprehensive and practical compilation of protein methods available. Coverage includes procedures for the expression, characterization, and purification of recombinant proteins as well as post-translational modification and structural characterization.
Current Protocols in Stem Cell Biology
Published in affiliation with the International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR), Current Protocols in Stem Cell Biology (CPSC) covers the most fundamental protocols and methods in the rapidly growing field of stem cell biology.
Updated monthly, CPSC will constantly evolve with thelatest developments and breakthroughs in the field. Drawing on the expertise of leading researchers from around the world, Current Protocols in Stem Cell Biology includes methods and insights that will enhance the progress of global research.
To start, Current Protocols in Stem Cell Biology will cover research in:
- Embryonic Stem Cells - methods for isolation of stem cells from a variety of model organisms and humans, characterization of these cells and the undifferentiated state, induction of differentiation into cells of the mesodermal, endodermal, ectodermal, and extraembryonic lineages, and molecular and functional characterization of the differentiated state.
- Adult Stem Cells - isolation of progenitor stem cells from differentiated tissues, their characterization, and differentiation.
- Genetic Manipulation of Stem Cells - tools for manipulating the genetic content of stem cells and for marking stem cells.
Current Protocols in Stem Cell Biology will add new methods and ideas as the field expands. It employs the standardized presentation and format that has made Current Protocols the most respected source of methods for twenty years.
Current Protocols in Toxicology
The field of toxicology is rapidly expanding to include environmental studies, pharmacology/drug discovery, molecular biology, behavioral science, genetics, the "omics," as well as the more traditional areas considered the providence of toxicology. Such diversity of interest means that in order to conduct research the investigator needs a reliable source of information about appropriate methods. Current Protocols in Toxicology, a member of the noted Current Protocols series of manuals, is intended to meet that need by providing the new and experienced investigators with very detailed, step-by-step protocols for completion of specific tasks These protocols are written by scientists who actually use the technique(s) and edited by scientists to provide a level of detail to ensure success. The scope of the book is broad, ranging from specific systems (immune, neural, behavioral, hepatic, reproductive) to processes (cell toxicity, mutagenesis, biotransformation, toxicokinetics, oxidative stress), to specific molecules (glutathione, heme. nitric oxide). And it continues to grow with quarterly supplements.