Vision research protocols / edited by P. Elizabeth Rakoczy.

Contributor(s): Rakoczy, P. Elizabeth
Material type: TextTextSeries: Methods in molecular medicine: 47.Publisher: Totowa, N.J. : Humana, 2001Description: 1 online resource (x, 320 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781592590858; 1592590853; 0896038378; 9780896038370; 1280820756; 9781280820755; 9786610820757; 6610820759Subject(s): Ophthalmology -- Research -- Methodology | Molecular biology -- Methodology | Eye -- Diseases -- Molecular aspects | Eye -- Diseases -- Gene therapy | Molecular Biology | Eye Diseases | Genetics | Disease | Biochemistry | Biology | Chemistry | Biological Science Disciplines | Natural Science Disciplines | Disciplines and Occupations | Ophtalmologie -- Recherche -- Méthodologie | Biologie moléculaire -- Méthodologie | Œil -- Maladies -- Aspect moléculaire | Œil -- Maladies -- Thérapie génique | MEDICAL -- Ophthalmology | HEALTH & FITNESS -- Vision | Molecular biology -- Methodology | Wetenschappelijke techniekenGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Vision research protocols.DDC classification: 617.7 LOC classification: RE58 | .O25 2001Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Basic molecular biology techniques / Chooi-May Lai -- Transient transfection of human retinoblastoma cells: application to the analysis of the regulatory regions of photoreceptor-specific genes / Debora B. Farber -- In situ hybridization / Xian-Jie Yang -- Immunocytochemical studies of the retina / Ann H. Milam -- Antisense DNA technology / Piroska Elizabeth Rakoczy -- Inhibition of gene expression by ribozymes / William W. Hauswirth -- Intraolcular delivery of recombinant virus / Fong-Qi Liang -- Preparation of recombinant adenoviruses / Karl G. Csaky -- Generation of recombinant adeno-associated virus / Fabienne Rolling -- Preparation of recombinant retroviruses / Xian-Jie Yang -- Generation of transgenic mice for studies of ocular development and disease / Abha R. Gupta -- Generation of knockout animals models / T. Michael Redmond -- Mutation analysis of ocular genes / Michael Danciger -- Ophthalmologists' perspective / Susan M. Downes.
Action note: digitized 2010 committed to preserveSummary: Much fascinating and valuable research has been devoted to the molecular biology of the eye, its various structures, and its innervation this past decade. In Vision Research Protocols, Elizabeth Rakoczy and a team of leading clinical and experimental scientists describe in step-by-step detail the key techniques essential to effective molecular biological research in ophthalmology and optometry. These readily reproducible methods are adapted to the special requirements of vision research, with coverage that ranges from the most basic to the most sophisticated technologies. Included are methods for the downregulation of gene expression, new gene therapy techniques, and for the development of transgenic and knockout animal models for testing novel therapies. The book details the three most popular viral delivery vehicles--recombinant adeno, adeno-associated, and retroviruses-as well as the major delivery methods for the most widely used animal models. Eminently accessible and clinically relevant, Vision Research Protocols provides experimental and biomedical investigators in ophthalmology and optometry with a rich panoply of the most powerful tools with which to ask--and answer--all the important questions emerging from the dramatically advancing work on vision research today.
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Basic molecular biology techniques / Chooi-May Lai -- Transient transfection of human retinoblastoma cells: application to the analysis of the regulatory regions of photoreceptor-specific genes / Debora B. Farber -- In situ hybridization / Xian-Jie Yang -- Immunocytochemical studies of the retina / Ann H. Milam -- Antisense DNA technology / Piroska Elizabeth Rakoczy -- Inhibition of gene expression by ribozymes / William W. Hauswirth -- Intraolcular delivery of recombinant virus / Fong-Qi Liang -- Preparation of recombinant adenoviruses / Karl G. Csaky -- Generation of recombinant adeno-associated virus / Fabienne Rolling -- Preparation of recombinant retroviruses / Xian-Jie Yang -- Generation of transgenic mice for studies of ocular development and disease / Abha R. Gupta -- Generation of knockout animals models / T. Michael Redmond -- Mutation analysis of ocular genes / Michael Danciger -- Ophthalmologists' perspective / Susan M. Downes.

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Much fascinating and valuable research has been devoted to the molecular biology of the eye, its various structures, and its innervation this past decade. In Vision Research Protocols, Elizabeth Rakoczy and a team of leading clinical and experimental scientists describe in step-by-step detail the key techniques essential to effective molecular biological research in ophthalmology and optometry. These readily reproducible methods are adapted to the special requirements of vision research, with coverage that ranges from the most basic to the most sophisticated technologies. Included are methods for the downregulation of gene expression, new gene therapy techniques, and for the development of transgenic and knockout animal models for testing novel therapies. The book details the three most popular viral delivery vehicles--recombinant adeno, adeno-associated, and retroviruses-as well as the major delivery methods for the most widely used animal models. Eminently accessible and clinically relevant, Vision Research Protocols provides experimental and biomedical investigators in ophthalmology and optometry with a rich panoply of the most powerful tools with which to ask--and answer--all the important questions emerging from the dramatically advancing work on vision research today.

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