Here is an up-to-date review of procedures currently in use in diagnostic biochemical genetics laboratories around the world. Offers not only accounts of methodology but also provides guidelines for the interpretation of both standard and abnormal results. The text includes coverage of most of the methods being employed to determine specific analyses as well as discussions of statistics and data management and the protocols of transmitting laboratory results with genetic information. Many of the chapters contain introductory sections describing background information on the development of a particular genetic test and an evaluation of the clinical significance and applicability of the test.A Laboratory Manual Frits A. Hommes ... 470180, Corning Medical, Palo Alto, CA ), containing premeasured vials of barbital buffer. According to the reagent documentation, each vial contains 17.7 g sodium barbital, 2.6 g barbital, 1.0 g NaCl, 0.7g ... Store at 4AdC. 2. Methanol cleaning solution. Prepare immediately before use. Add 50 ml deionized H2O to 125 ml ... Place the contents of one vial in reagent grade methanol in a 1000 ml volumetric flask and bring to volume with methanol.
|Title||:||Techniques in Diagnostic Human Biochemical Genetics|
|Author||:||Frits A. Hommes|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 1990-12-10|