Cell Death, 46

  • Lawrence Schwartz, University of Massachusetts, Department of Biology, Amherst, U.S.A.
    • Barbara Osborne, Department of Veterinary and Animal Science, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, U.S.A.
      • Leslie Wilson, University of California, Santa Barbara, U.S.A.
        • Paul Matsudaira, Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, U.S.A.


        Researchers, students, and technicians in cell and developmental biology, genetics, molecular biology, neurobiology, immunology, oncology, and many other areas of biomedical research.


Book information

  • Published: April 1995
  • ISBN: 978-0-12-564147-0


"This is a high quality book and should be useful for several years to come. (It is) a very useful book that should be in every research library. The research effort investigating PCD is growing at a very rapid rate and this bookis a timely addition to this important research area. (I rate it at) five out of five stars."
--Alan Telser in DOODY'S JOURNAL

Table of Contents

L.M. Schwartz and B.A. Osborne, Preface.J.F.R. Kerr, G.C. Gobé, C.M. Winterford, and B.V. Harmon, Anatomical Methods in Cell Death.S.A. Ben-Sasson, Y. Sherman, and Y. Gavrieli, Identification of Dying Cells--In Situ Staining.A. Eastman, Assays for DNA Fragmentation, Endonucleases, and Intracellular pH and Ca2+ Associated with Apoptosis.P.J. Fraker, L.E. King, D. Lill-Elghanian, and W.G. Telford, Quantification of Apoptotic Events in Pure and Heterogeneous Populations of Cells using the Flow Cytometer.S.W. Sherwood and R.T. Schimke, Cell Cycle Analysis of Apoptosis Using Flow Cytometry.B.A. Osborne, S.W. Smith, Z.-G. Liu, K.A. McLaughlin, and L.M. Schwartz, Transient Transfection Assays to Examine the Requirement of Putative Cell Death Genes.L.M. Schwartz, C.E. Milligan, W. Bielke, and S.J. Robinson, Cloning Cell Death Genes.L.T. Bemis, F.J. Geske, and R. Strange, Use of the Yeast Two-Hybrid System for Identifying the Cascade of Protein Interactions Resulting in Apoptotic Cell Death.A.J. McGahon, S.J. Martin, R.P. Bissonnette, A. Mahboubi, Y. Shi, R.J. Mogil, W.K. Nishioka, and D.R. Green, The End of the (Cell) Line: Methods for the Study of Apoptosis In Vitro.M.P. Mattson, S.W. Barger, J.G. Begley, and R.J. Mark, Calcium, Free Radicals, and Excitotoxic Neuronal Death in Primary Cell Culture.J.C. Mills, S. Wang, M. Ericinska, and R.N. Pittman, Use of Cultured Neurons and Neuronal Cell Lines to Study Morphological, Biochemical, and Molecular Changes Occurring in Cell Death.J.E. Johnson, Methods for Studying Cell Death and Viability of Primary Neuronal Cultures.P.G.H. Clarke and R.W. Oppenheim, Neuron Death in Vertebrate Development: In Vivo Methods.M. Driscoll, Methods for the Study of Cell Death in the Nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.R. Strange, R.R. Friis, L.T. Bemis, and F.J. Geske, Programmed Cell Death during Mammary Gland Involution.M.C. Colombel and R. Buttyan, Hormonal Control of Apoptosis: The Rat Prostate Gland as a Model System.E.C. Coucouvanis, G.R. Martin, and J.H. Nadeau, Genetic Approaches for Studying Programmed Cell Death during Development of the Laboratory Mouse.Chapter References.Index. Volumes in Series.