Ciliary Function in Mammalian Development
- Bradley Yoder, University of Alabama, Birmingham, USA
Cilia--the tiny hairlike structures on the surface of cells--have recently been identified as playing a role in a variety of disease and developmental disorders. Absent or defective cilia in certain cells can cause infertility, blindness, kidney disease, and lung disease. This volume presents recent findings in cilia research and current thought on the role of cilia in disease and developmental abnormalities.
Researchers in cell, developmental, and molecular biology as well as researchers in genetics