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Agriculture and the Third World

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In 1995, the polymerase chain reaction was 10 years old. Since its invention by Kary Mullis, it has become the bedrock of DNA research, gene discovery, diagnostics development, forensic investigation and environmental science.

To mark the anniversary, a conference sponsored by the Perkin-Elmer Corporation was held at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in September 1994. Outstanding scientists from a variety of fields reviewed the impact of the technique on their specialties, discussing the present and future applications of PCR technology. Their talks have been captured in this unique videotape library, which will appeal to scientists who apply PCR to problems in human, animal and plant genetics, cell biology, diagnostics, forensic science and molecular evolution.

Copyright 1995 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press

ISBN 0-87969-473-4 VHS

ISBN 0-87969-474-2 PAL