Writing in the journal Microbiology Today
(Society for General Microbiology, UK), Paul Hoskisson of the University of Strathclyde, UK, reviews a new book on Corynebacteria
published by Caister Academic Press
"it is not surprising that this book has followed the Handbook of Corynebacterium glutamicum
(2005, Eggling & Bott, eds). Obviously there is some overlap in these volumes; however, this one is updated and brings in information relevant to other Corynebacteria ... There is a chapter on plasmids and promoters and their applications that researchers will find very useful in a practical sense ... researchers in the field with find this a useful and up to date addition to their library."
For full details please visit Corynebacteria: Genomics and Molecular Biology
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