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am 15. Mai 2004
Den wahren Wert dieses großartigen Buches lernt man erst nach einiger Zeit kennen - ich besitze den Alberts nun seit dem zweiten Semster MolBio und muss sagen, dass mir das Buch bereits in mehr als 5 verschiedenen Fächern sehr viel geholfen hat, und stets als Nachschlagewerk für relevante Informationen eine Hilfe war.
Dazu kommt, dass auch das einfache Durchlesen Spaß macht, vor allem dank der wirklich hervorragenden Abbildungen, die meiner bisherigen Erfahrung nach ihresgleichen suchen. Stets werden so komplizierte Zusammenhänge einfach verständlich dargestellt.
Kurz, der Alberts ist meiner Meinung nach DAS Buch der Molekular- und zellbiologie - der beste Überblick in Verbindung mit tiefergehenden Informationen den es gibt!
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am 8. Juni 2002
Das Buch ist neben dem aktuellen "Lodish" das wohl beste und umfangreichste Werk zur Molekularbiologie der Zelle. Zu bemängeln ist einzig der überhöhte Preis; Studenten die das Thema nur im Rahmen des Grundstudiums vertiefen sind deshalb auch mit dem "kleinem" Alberts sehr gut ausgestattet.
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am 1. Juli 2000
In graduate school for Neuroscience I had to take a class on molecular biology and biochemistry which was required of all med students whether Ph.D. or M.D. or both. We had five different teachers in the class, three of whom were foreign. Since I was the first Deaf person to take Neuroscience there, they weren't prepared for me...and I ended up taking the class without interpreters! I had to lipread the teachers. If it hadn't been for this particular textbook, I would never had made it through! I am not kidding anyone by saying this. YOu can take a class with just this textbook for information and still pass with flying colors. That is how well this text is written. For once, the book was written with the student in mind, not the peers of the authors. It was written to teach the same information that the authors had in such a way as to make it understandable. Not only did I use this text in this class but in most of my classes at med school. When I started working on HIV encephalitis in my chosen lab for two years, I was not surprised to find this book on the shelves...and we all referred to it constantly. I applaud the authors for a job well done, and if I ever write a textbook, this will be the one I use to follow as an appropriate way to write curriculum. The amount of pictures and graphs were especially great for teaching Deaf students and I intend to use it for such. Karen Sadler, Science Education, University of Pittsburgh
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am 27. November 1999
There is so much praise in the other reviews, what else should one say about this book ? Before holding the book in my hands, I wondered why so many reviewers mention the pictures in this book. Now I know why. The authors use different kinds of pictures to make clear what is where in a cell and how parts cooperate: 1. simple line drawings and chemical structures 2. coloured schemes for complex structures 3. images from Electron Microscopes or Micrographs. The images are (technically, sharpness, details, contrast) of very good quality. I have never seen better ones, but this may be my fault.
I could go on in praising this extraordinarily good text book like the other reviewers, but instead I will try to play Advocatus Diaboli. So, what could one say against this book ? 1. It is expensive 2. It is heavy, you will never take it to class room 3. Laboratory techniques are not described, you have to buy the companion "Problems Book" for techniques and experiments 4. This book is mostly about eucaryotic cells, this means there is very few information about bacteria in it. 5. The chapters are structured according to processes in the cell, if your approach is a different one, you need the index to find the places in the book.
I bought this book because I wanted information about bacteria, so I am a bit disappointed by the book because of its focus on eucaryotic cells. But this book still is the best book about microbiology in general that I have (although microbiology in general is not its focus).
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am 7. September 2005
Wie schon in der Überschrift gesagt, ist der Alberts einfach ein wunderbares Standardwerk für die Zellbiologie, genauso aber für (Einführungsvorlesungen) in Genexpression, Genetik und Entwicklungsbiologie sowie Immunologie zu verwenden!
Das Lesen macht oft wirklich Spaß, der Aufbau ist bis auf einige Kleinigkeiten (z.B.: Auswirkungen des Substratkontakts auf die Zelle (Wachstum, Signaling,...)) wirklich fantastisch. - Einzig das Kapitel "Zellteilung" hätte übersichtlicher gestaltet werden können!
Die einglische Ausgabe ist sicherlich zu empfehlen, auch wenn sie ein wenig Einlesezeit verlangt - dafür ist sie (was die Seitenanzahl, nicht den Inhalt betrifft) weniger umfangreich und auch angenehmer zu lesen (dt. Version ist ziemlich wortwörtlich übersetzt).
Insgesamt ein großartiges Buch!
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am 21. August 1998
Molecular Biology of the Cell is written in a straightforward easy-to-read manner. The book is especially well up-to-date on many ascpects and, to my delight, connective tissue components are given enough space. This is your book if you're interested in molecular biology. A drawback from the point of view of a medical student is the lack of integration of metabolism to the organ level, let alone human body. Molecular Biology of the Cell sticks to its header by consistently leaving out topics such as - insulin regulation of blood glucose - ketone bodies - fasting (and ketone bodies) - CYP enzyme family (cytochrome P450) - pentose phosphate pathway/hexose monophosphate shunt/glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase - purine catabolism/xanthine oxidase/uric acid/gout
Clearly, if backed up with a texbook of biochemistry or physiology covering metabolism on a higher level, Molecular Biology of the Cell is an excellent choice, even for medical students.
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am 8. April 1999
I am a molecular biologist myself and during my studies, I learned to really love this book. It is concise, its spectrum is incredibly broad - from the very basic matters like the nucleic acids up to topics like immunology and developmental biology. If you try to create an abstract - as one often does when learning for an exam - you find out that either, you copy down large parts of the book, or you lose important information, it is so jam-packed full of relevant information. The miracle is though: It is still _fun_ to read! I think this book is indispensable for anybody really interested in molecular biology - but I have to add that it's not exactly up to date anymore in all topics, and it would be time for a new issue.
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This is a big book dealing with molecular biology in considerable detail. It is organised in 24 chapters subdivided in small paragraphs each one dealing with a particular problem in molecular biology. The book covers the basics first and then deals with more specific matters like immunology, cancer, development, etc all seen from the molecular biologist point of view. Although the approach is purely mechanistic it uses a clear evolutionary orientation, well explained at the beginning of the book, that helps to give a dynamic framework to the whole subject. This is not a book to be read in only a few weeks but roughly a year's time, given the detail and amount of material exposed.
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am 4. Juni 2000
This beautiful textbook does not talk down to its readers. Many of the subjects discussed are difficult, but the authors do an outstanding job of explaining things clearly, and the illustrations are superb. The authors cover an amazing amount of material (the book is a little uneven - the parts on replication, translation, transcription, and development are all top-notch, while the chapters on signalling and the cytoskeleton range from decent to poorly written and confusing at times), and the book really does inspire the reader to learn more about the field. This work makes Baltimore et al's book look cartoonish by comparison. Excellent.
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am 16. Juli 1999
This text covers every important aspect in the field, from experimental techniques and basic concepts to reviews of immunology, cancer, and developmental biology. I used it as a reference in four different undergraduate classes, and have prepared for several job interviews by reviewing the relevant information in this book. The illustrations are all relevant, the organization is excellent, and the prose is so well written that I take the book off the shelf and read it for fun. A new edition would be useful - some of the more speculative information is outdated - but this is still the best textbook I own.
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