DNA from A to Z
By Daniel Farkas
This reference book is first and foremost a book for the layman — or a scientist unfamiliar with molecular biology. Entries, arranged alphabetically, describe the basic terms of DNA sequencing and analysis, with particular attention paid to molecular diagnostics. The book may also, the author notes, help familiarize biologists with language suitable for describing their work to non-scientists curious enough to ask.
DNA Sequencing: Optimizing the Process and Analysis
By Jan Kieleczawa
A thorough, technical review of various phases of sequencing from cloning to reagents to LIMS, this book is not for a general audience. Thoughtful foreword by Elaine Mardis, with chapters by Kieleczawa as well as a range of biotech and pharma researchers.
— JM and MS