What's your favorite protocol book?
kraev at bc.biol.ethz.ch
Tue Mar 11 11:02:12 EST 1997
In article <3324529F.492C at ou.edu>, gdavis at ou.edu wrote:
> In our laboratory reference library we currently have "Current Protocols
> in Molecular Biology" and Sambrook's "Molucular Cloning: A Laborartory
> Are there new versions of either of these protocol books and does anyone
> have any favorites aside from these that have arisen in recent years?
> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Eh, IMO, these two books are not quite the same: the Maniatis is sadly out
of date, even when the basic protocols are concerned, and the Red Book
get updates every quarter of a year ( although certain sections tend to get
frozen as well). For new stuff, check Nucleic Acid Research (now available
on CD for easy search), Biotechniques, and recent "Tech Tips on-line"
(http://www.elsevier.nl/locate/tto). However, the best protocol is still
the one that
Alexander Kraev, PhD
Biochemie III, ETHZ Zurich
e-mail kraev at bc.biol.ethz.ch
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