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Fundamental laboratory approaches for biochemistry and biotechnology Author: Bethesda, Md. English View all editions and formats Rating: Subjects Biochemistry -- Laboratory manuals. Biotechnology -- Laboratory manuals.
I enjoyed reading many of these sections of the book because they not only attempted to cover the basic principles behind common laboratory techniques but also provided practical information about the ins and outs of the analyses. Resources were included on techniques such as mass spectrometry, NMR, and EPR even though they were not included in the exercises.
I was less impressed with the 30 exercises that were presented. I have struggled with how to express this and still be fair to the authors and their honest attempt to provide a valuable resource. The analogy that comes to mind is recalling when my son moved out of the dormitory after the first undergraduate year and lived in a room with a very small refrigerator, a toaster oven, and a hot plate.
In spite of almost 20 years training in eating a balanced diet, he resorted to living on pizza and ramen noodles for 9 months. Herein, lies the dilemma for teaching laboratories. We expose students to exercises permitted by the equipment in our teaching labs, regardless of whether this equipment is still being used in industrial or research labs in the digital real world. The reality for those of us who instruct in teaching labs is that the curriculum is dictated by the available equipment.
The lecture courses are kept current by continuous revision of textbooks, but there is no revision of teaching lab infrastructure every 5 or 10 years to keep their curriculum current. This appears to be as true at the authors' institution as it is at mine, and I see no signs of improvement. The reagents and supplies necessary for the exercises are listed along with suppliers and catalog numbers.
In some places the volumes per number of students are provided, whereas for other exercise it is not. The description of kinetic analysis is particularly thorough and should give students an understanding of the different graphical methods and the strengths of each.
While reading the book, I did find several minor issues that I would change, but no more than I find in my own lab manual when I force myself to give it a thorough perusal.
One area in which I feel there could be improvement is environmental health and safety. The text on page appears to advocate putting unpolymerized acrylamide down the drain, and, although the need to avoid contact with ethidium bromide is emphasized, there are no instructions on how to dispose of used gels or buffer. Similarly, there is adequate coverage of most elements of laboratory safety, but no mention of hazardous material placards.
I presume that most of us would find a similar lack of comprehensive coverage of topics in our own lab manuals and accept that these materials continually evolve and improve. In summary, I found the text portion of the book useful and worth having on my bookshelf as a reference and to loan to students.
The portion of the book with exercises has the same limitations as every compendium of laboratory exercises. The reality is that most of us instructing in teaching laboratories are forced to use exercises suitable for the equipment in place and our budgets.
Most of us may be able to use or adapt some of the exercises presented in this book, but few of us are likely to be able to use all of them and adopt this as a textbook for our laboratory course. Volume 37 , Issue 5. Please check your email for instructions on resetting your password. If you do not receive an email within 10 minutes, your email address may not be registered, and you may need to create a new Wiley Online Library account. If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to retrieve your username.