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KEITH WILSON is Professor Emeritus of Pharmacological Biochemistry and JOHN WALKER is Professor Emeritus and former Head of the School of Life by Cambridge University Press as Principles and Techniques of Practical. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education Principles and techniques of practical biochemistry (5th Ed.): Wilson, K., Walker, J. (eds.). Mississippi State, Mississippi Principles and Techniques of Practical Biochemistry. (5th Ed.) Wilson, K., Walker, J. (eds.); Cambridge University Press.
Each chapter also has a list of key terms; that is what it is, a list — the terms are in the text — not a glossary. Thus the book would be useful in courses on lab techniques, and to some extent in physical biochemistry courses, and also as a source of problems on techniques.
Many of the chapters are familiar from previous additions, but there has been a major revision and updating. The first chapter is on general principles and includes a fairly large section of bioenergetics although not much on how to measure thermodynamic quantities, equilibrium constants, or redox potentials , methods for investigating metabolism it was a surprise to see Warburg manometers here; have you still got a set in your basement?
The second chapter is about molecular biology techniques obviously things have moved on quite a lot since the fourth edition was published in , and this continues into Chapter 3, which is about cloning.
I would say that these two chapters are adequate for years 1 and 2 of a Bachelors course.
Chapter 4 is on immunochemical techniques and indeed gives quite a lot of background on immunoglobulins and quite a lot of detail on techniques, and ends with flow cytometry. Chapter 5 is on centrifugation, including analytical, though this latter topic is not dealt with in any detail, and what there is is not up to date.
The sections on subcellular fractionation are good, and the diagrams are very clear. The enzymes chapter is rather breathless for all it tries to pack in, and the next chapter is good to see. Chapter 14 is on radioactivity, which is given a thorough treatment, and the final chapter is on electrochemical techniques. This latter goes back to material discussed in the very first part of the book and deals with pH and other electrodes, including the oxygen electrode, and finally biosensors briefly.
As will be seen practically everything is here, and although the amount of detail varies, the treatment, on the whole, is pretty good considering how much is packed in.
The book would be useful to instructors, and for those students who buy it and work through at least some of it assiduously it will be a boon.
Even for the casual student just wanting to look up some particular technique there would be benefits. Well, they might.
Overall it is a worthy effort and should be as valuable a text as its predecessors. Volume 30 , Issue 3. Please check your email for instructions on resetting your password.
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