L. R. Hill (editor), B. E. Kirsop (editor)'s Bacteria (Living Resources for Biotechnology) PDF

By L. R. Hill (editor), B. E. Kirsop (editor)

ISBN-10: 0511758723

ISBN-13: 9780511758720

ISBN-10: 052135224X

ISBN-13: 9780521352246

This quantity is a different foreign compilation for biotechnologists of knowledge at the assets and makes use of of bacterial cells. It presents info of the site and scope of significant tradition collections all over the world preserving micro organism; details on tips on how to entry their facts; management and questions of safety; identity; tradition and media recipes; protection; patents; and professional providers and overseas businesses.

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An authoritative answer may involve cross-checking with many catalogues, looking up strain data records or contacting known experts. 4 Future development of resource centres One of the benefits of the current upsurge in biotechnological activity is an increased awareness by administrators that culture collections are an integral part of the infrastructure of microbiology. As resource centres, they always have had this role; but the speed at which biotechnology is now developing draws attention to the concurrent need to upgrade collections.

The System has integrated bulletin board and computer conferencing facilities. In addition the mail system is linked to the telex, cable and fax systems. Services of the MSDN that are not electronic include organising and conducting training courses in the use of computers in microbiology and international electronic communication, as well as distribution of the Microbial Information System (MICRO-IS) on a shareware basis. Queries to the MSDN may be through mail, telephone or through the BT TYMNET and TELECOM GOLD services which link to most common packet switching services as well as to telex and TWX systems.

1 Interdisciplinary information sources The personal training and professional experience in the particular narrow field in which they work allows microbiologists to perform many daily tasks without reference to outside sources of information. However, the interdisciplinary nature of the practice of biotechnology forces the use of navigational aids to the knowledge base of unfamiliar areas. This point is demonstrated by the observation that approximately 80% of the enquiries to the CODATA/IUIS Hybridoma Data Bank (see below) are from persons who are not immunologists.

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