[Microbiology] RE: Microbio Digest, Vol 70, Issue 1

Nageena Zahid via microbio%40net.bio.net (by festoon1 from hotmail.com)
Fri Apr 29 02:54:14 EST 2011



yeas, you may consult Sambrook (Miniatis) 3 volumes, totally a lab based book.
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> From: RUTH SIELE <ruthsiele from yahoo.com>
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> Hi all,I'm a Microbiology grad student and in the lab where I'm in, we don't use any molecular techniques. However, I'm very eager to learn about the different molecular techniques before starting my PhD.  So, I was wondering if you can recommend me any good book that I can buy.
> Thanks a lot for the help!
> Ruth 
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