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We describe a method for the detection of specific antibody-producing cells from either in vitro or in vivo immunization. These techniques are especially useful for detecting antibodies from developing hybridomas. We have successfully used the system to detect isotype-specific antibodies to a...
Clinical molecular genetics has recently become recognized as a diagnostic discipline. This article covers the evolution, structure, and possible forward development of clinical molecular genetics. Topics covered include general test categories, introducing new tests, laboratory facilities,...
The development of YAC cloning technology has directly enhanced the relationship among genetic, physical, and functional mapping of genomes. Because of their large size, YACs have enabled the rapid construction of physical maps by ordered clone mapping and contig building, and they complement...
The polymerase chain reaction has facilitated the use of molecular approaches in microbiology including new strategies for the rapid identification of micro-organisms. Approaches based on the use of random primers and standard conditions, allows characteristic DNA fingerprints to be generated...
This article lists the vaccines current available for the control of both viral and bacterial infections. They may be attenuated live or inactivated whole microorganisms, or subunit preparations. Many more are in the pipeline and increasing attention is being given to establishing their safety...
The structural protein genes of HIV-1 and HIV-2 have been expressed in Spodoptera frugiperda (SF) cells using baculovirus expression system. The noncoding flanking sequences of HIV structural genes were removed and a putative ribosome binding site was placed in front of the open reading frame of...
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