Real-Time PCR Book ReviewsThere is a multitude of books on PCR. These range from basic beginners level PCR books to high-level books on PCR Troubleshooting and books aimed at advanced users on specialist PCR topics. A huge range of PCR books is available and it is difficult to choose the right book. The following book reviews are a selection of published reviews on books about PCR. To help you choose the appropriate book for your needs we have provided excerpts from book reviews written by scientists in the field and published in academic journals.
Edited by: Keith E. Herold and Avraham Rasooly"a comprehensive and felicitous compendium" (Drug Research) read more ...
Theoretical and technical information on current LOC technologies, and the design and development of LOC systems, methods and applications.
Excerpts from Book Reviews
"a comprehensive selection of the most recently developed applications ... an essential book for investigators using PCR technology ... a well-balanced book ... It also provides a number of updated strategies for investigators interested in incorporating this technique in their research. The presentation is straightforward and is based on proven examples. The book should prove to be a valuable tool to all those interested in PCR technology." from Ruben Mestril (Loyola University Medical Center, USA) writing in Doodys read more ...
"The information is wholesome and appears to target both students and scientists knowledgeable in molecular applications. The comprehensive and comprehendible content indeed qualifies the text as an essential guide to the development, optimization and toubleshooting of PCR assays." from Christopher J. McIver writing in Aus. J. Med. Sci. (2011) 32: 68 read more ...
"... a comprehensive overview of the RT-PCR technology, which is as up-to-date as a book can be ..." Mareike Viebahn in Current Issues in Molecular Biology (2009) read more ... "... a useful book for students ..." from J. Microbiological Methods read more ... "provides a dual focus by aiming, in the early chapters, to provide both the theory and practicalities of this diverse and superficially simple technology, counter-balancing this in the later chapters with real-world applications, covering infectious diseases, biodefence, molecular haplotyping and food standards." from Microbiology Today "a reference work that should be found both in university libraries and on the shelves of experienced applications specialists." from Microbiology Today read more ... "a comprehensive guide to real-time PCR technology and its applications" from Food Science and Technology Abstracts (2009) Volume 41 Number 6 read more ... "This volume should be of utmost interest to all investigators interested and involved in using RT-PCR ... the RT-PCR protocols covered in this book will be of interest to most, if not all, investigators engaged in research that uses this important technique ... a well balanced book covering the many potential uses of real-time PCR ... valuable for all those interested in RT-PCR." from Doodys reviews (2009) read more ... "provide the novice and the experienced user with guidance on the technology, its instrumentation, and its applications" from SciTech Book News June 2009 p. 64 read more ... "... written by international authors expert in specific technical principles and applications ... a useful compendium of basic and advanced applications for laboratory scientists. It is an ideal introductory textbook and will serve as a practical handbook in laboratories where the technology is employed." from Christopher J. McIver, Microbiology Department, Prince of Wales Hospital, New South Wales, Australia writing in Australian J. Med. Sci. 2009. 30(2): 59-60 read more ...
- Metagenomics of the Microbial Nitrogen Cycle
- Pathogenic Neisseria
- Human Pathogenic Fungi
- Applied RNAi
- Molecular Diagnostics
- Phage Therapy
- Bioinformatics and Data Analysis in Microbiology
- The Cell Biology of Cyanobacteria
- Pathogenic Escherichia coli
- Campylobacter Ecology and Evolution