Methods in Enzymology
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First published in 1955, Methods in Enzymology contains detailed peer-reviewed protocols and methods of both established and emerging methodologies and technologies. UB Libraries subscribes to the full series in print, with electronic access from the first volume in year 1995 to present. Originally published to cover biochemistry, Methods in Enzymology has matched scientific progress into new technological areas and methodologies over the decades to continually encompass modern fields of the life and medical sciences as they emerge. Each volume is edited by an internationally recognized scholar in that field. Themes are wide-ranging and can concentrate to a specific biomolecule, cellular process, technique or whole organism: Guide to Yeast Genetics, Mass Spectrometry, Ion Channels, DNA Replication, Green Fluorescent Protein. Recently, the range of topics has broadened to biotechnology and in silico methods: Enzymes of Epigenetics, Computational Approaches for Studying Enzyme Mechanisms, RNA Modification, Use of CRISPR/Cas9, ZFNs, and TALENs in Generating Site-Specific Genome Alterations, Rational Design of Enzyme-Nanomaterials.
Print from 1955 - March, 2007, available at the Health Sciences Library. Search the catalog by the title of the individual volume.
Electronic from 1955 to present.