Manipulating the Mouse Embryo: A Laboratory Manual
Regarded as the "Bible" of mammalian embryo manipulation techniques since the 1986 publication of the first edition of Manipulating the Mouse Embryo: A Laboratory Manual, the third edition of this essential laboratory resource has now been completely reorganized, rewritten, and updated by a new cast of authors. The result is a compilation of new, cutting–edge protocols that include embryonic stem cell production and genetic manipulation, mouse chimeras, mouse cloning, assisted reproduction strategies (including intracytoplasmic sperm injection and in vitro fertilization), whole embryo culture systems, electroporation, embryo and gamete cryopreservation and rederivation, and gene expression, as well as more extensive background information on the use of these techniques. The "gold standard" techniques for applying recombinant DNA technology to investigations of mammalian embryonic development included in the first two editions of this book are also updated and recast, as is the summary of the current state of understanding of mouse development at the molecular level. This book is the premier authoritative and comprehensive source of technical and theoretical guidance for mouse developmental biologists and geneticists and is an essential resource for newcomers to these fields.
Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Canada. Updated laboratory manual is a resource for technical and theoretical guidance. Contains a compilation of updated protocols and extensive background information on techniques. Topics include mouse cloning, assays for gene expression, and reproduction strategies. Previous edition: c1994. Softcover, hardcover also available.
The New Testament?, January 20, 2004
A definitive summary of mouse development and simple, concise proven protocols. This is the best publication there is for this kind of work. It’s much better than the 2nd, ed. I wish it had more of a troubleshooting focus, but I guess if you are in this line of work, you should be able to figure out problems yourself, or query the tg list…. I like how there are alternative strategies mentioned depending on how your lab is equiped (or not).