ONLINE LICENSE Renewed. The Prokaryotes 3rd edition is an multimedia publication that is published incrementally in 16 releases over 4 years. Release 3.0 is identical in content to print The Prokaryotes: Second Edition published in 4 volumes in 1992. Subsequent releases typically have 12 to 15 chapters that replace 2nd-edition chapters or expand the content with new material. Approximately 25% of the content will be fully updated each year over a four-year period until the work is completely revised. Thereafter, material will be continuously added to reflect developments in prokaryotic microbiology on topics such as characterization and identification, ecophysiology and biochemistry, organism monographs, symbiotic associations, genomics, and biotechnology.
Covers over 20,000 updated, peer-reviewed protocols. UC CDL/UCD Library subscribes to THIRTEEN major laboratory methods and protocols series including the classic comprehensive work “Current Protocols in Molecular Biology” with other titles being CP in: Bioinformatics; Cell Biology; Cytometry; Human Genetics; Immunology; Microbiology; Mouse Biology; Neuroscience; Nucleic Acid Chemistry; Protein Science; Pharmacology; and Toxicology. Includes basic, alternate, and support protocols with literature cited and information on suppliers for standard materials and preparation information for reagents and solutions. IMPORTANT NOTE: UC Davis does *NOT* license the following FIVE protocol titles: “Chemical Biology”, “Essential Laboratory Techniques”, “Magnetic Resonance Imaging”, “Plant Biology” (new as of May 2016 with very little content) and “Stem Cell Biology”.
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LOWER-DIVISION Undergraduate focus — UPPER-DIVISION Undergraduates & Researchers should use BIOSIS Previews (above) and PubMed (below under Generalilzed Databases). Covers topics ranging from bacterial immunology and vaccinations to diseases of man and animals. Provides access to clinical findings as well as all aspects of pure bacteriology, biochemistry, and genetics.