By Donna H. Wang
Donna Wang and a panel of hands-on specialists describe in step by step aspect all of the significant molecular, biochemical, and sensible ideas now utilized in probing the renin-angiotensin approach. those diversity from using embryonic gene focusing on to create of mutant lines, to the practical research of elements of the renin-angiotensin approach. complete and hugely functional, Angiotensin Protocols interprets professional wisdom into without difficulty reproducible tools that let all biomedical investigators effectively to discover the position of angiotensin in healthiness and affliction this day.
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Angiotensin Protocols (Methods in Molecular Medicine) by Donna H. Wang