Writing in the journal Microbiology Today
(Society for General Microbiology, UK), Edward Bolt of the University of Nottingham, UK, reviews a new book on Archaea
published by Caister Academic Press
"I particularly enjoyed a review on signal transduction in archaea, which captures the frontiersman spirit of some research into Archaea ... The chapter on DNA replication holds it own against several recent review articles in journals ... The book is timely and the publishers promise a 'state-of-the-art overview of Archaea'. In this it mostly works, and its slimness (246 pages) reflects a concise and mostly well-referenced style ... it conveys plenty of the novelty and oddity in Archaea that captures the imagination of students, researchers and PIs."
For full details please visit Archaea: New Models for Prokaryotic Biology
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