Providing health-care students with a pathology knowledge-base that focuses on diseases of prime concern in contemporary society, this text places particular emphasis on the potential for reducing morbidity and mortality from major problems such as coronary heart disease and cancer. In doing so, it aims to reflect the health-care professional's role in health education, prevention, risk assessment and screening.Plasmids A Naturally occurring circular molecules of double-stranded DNA A Plasmids grow and multiply within ... plasmid A Open circular plasmid DNA with restriction enzyme A DNA ligase enzyme used to insert new DNA into plasmid, to produce ... The recombinant DNA must first be introduced into the bacteria by choosing a carrier, which will be accepted by the ... the production of human insulin, using E. coli to replicate recombinant DNA containing the normal human insulin gene.
|Author||:||Steven L. Mera|
|Publisher||:||Nelson Thornes - 1996-01-01|