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Author(s): Carolyn A. Dehlinger, MAS, MS, Professor of Biology, Keiser University, Jacksonville, Florida
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  • ISBN-13: 9781284057379
  • Companion Website     pages      © 2016
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This student companion website has been developed exclusively to accompany Molecular Biotechnology. The site hosts a wealth of study tools to help you succeed in your biotechnology course, including chapter outlines, practice quizzes, an interactive glossary, flashcards, crossword puzzles, web links, lab exercises, and interactive animations!

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Applicable Courses

This student companion website has been developed exclusively to accompany Molecular Biotechnology and is intended for Introductory Biotechnology, Molecular Biotechnology, and History of Biotechnology courses found in Biology, Moleculary Biology, Liberal Arts & Sciences, Natural Sciences, and Biotechnology departments

Animation 1  Recombinant DNA Technology
Animation 2  DNA Sequencing
Animation 3  Polymerase Chain Reaction
Animation 4  Gene Chips and Microarray
Animation 5  Alternative Splicing
Animation 6  ELISA (Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay
Animation 7  FISH (Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization)
Animation 8  RNAi (RNA Interference)
Animation 9  Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer Cloning
Animation 10  Cre/lox P System
Animation 11  DNA Fingerprinting
Animation 12  Transgenic Mice
Animation 13  DNA-DNA Hybridization
Animation 14  Complementary DNA

Carolyn A. Dehlinger, MAS, MS-Professor of Biology, Keiser University, Jacksonville, Florida

Carolyn A. Dehlinger is a professor of biological sciences at Keiser University in Jacksonville, Florida. She received her Master of Applied Science in Technology Management from the University of Denver and her Master of Science in Biology from Mississippi State University. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Florida. She  teaches students in the Biomedical Sciences and Biotechnology degree programs in addition to students enrolled in non-majors biology courses. At Keiser, Carolyn played an integral role in the development of the Biomedical Sciences degree curriculum and has served on multiple National Science Foundation grant projects aimed at delivering biotechnology education to both students and educators. Carolyn serves as a subject matter expert with the American Council on Education in Washington, DC. In this role, she evaluates curricula and determines their eligibility for accreditation. She is a proud member of the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels, an honor bestowed by the governor of Kentucky for community service.

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