A direct spinoff of the Advances in Enzyme Regulation journal this internationally acclaimed series reports progress at the cutting edge in the strategic area of regulation at the molecular level. In an integrated presentation of original papers, leading scientists, Nobel Prize winners and other outstanding experts from many countries review the best research produced each year and evaluate what is newest and what promises to be the most important in clinical and basic investigations.
The volumes serve as guideposts and beacons for investigators in planning research and teaching students in basic and clinical fields of endeavour. These books advance the general front of studies on metabolic regulation and the understanding of the molecular biology of control of gene expression by hormones, drugs and growth factors in cancer cells and in clinical situations of diabetes, inborn errors of metabolism and neoplasia.
Biochemists, Molecular Biologists, and Biophysicists
Acknowledgments List of Participants Session I. Regulation of Apoptosis Session II. Enzyme Regulation: Clinical Relevance Session III. Role of Cellular Localization in Enzyme Regulation Session IV. Hypoxia and Enzymic Targets Session V. Regulation of Carbohydrate Enzymes Session VI. Regulation in the Nucleus Session VII. Control of Signal Transduction Session VIII. Regulation of Signaling Pathways Session IX. Regulation Through Phospholipase Session X. Regulation Through Phosphoinositide 3-Kinase Session XI. Enzyme Regulation as Therapeutic Strategy Session XII. Special Symposium Lecture: Paul Lalalay Author Index Subject Index Contents of Recent Volumes
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Review of Volume 33: "Careful consideration and planning have been invested in the crafting of this volume, and George Weber may feel well satisfied with the final result ...... the book succeeds in its aim to be a source of information and inspiration, and a laboratory and teaching companion." @source:--Clinical Oncology