Description

Current Topics in Developmental Biology provides a comprehensive survey of the major topics in the field of developmental biology. These volumes are valuable to researchers in animal and plant development, as well as to students and professionals who want an introduction to cellular and molecular mechanisms of development. The series has recently passed its 30-year mark, making it the longest-running forum for contemporary issues in developmental biology.

Key Features

* Includes many descriptive figures * Topics covered include Wnt signaling, controlling regulatory networks, cartilage growth plates, and more * Latest volume in the series that covers seven reviews in 300 pages

Readership

Developmental biologists, cell biologists, genetics researchers, molecular biologists, and plant and animal biologists

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 BMP signaling in the cartilage growth plate Robert Pogue & Karen Lyons Chapter 2 Bik1p, the yeast CLIP-170 Rita K. Miller, Sonia D’Silva, Jeffrey K. Moore, and Holly V. Goodson Chapter 3 Aggregate-prone proteins are cleared from the cytosol by autophagy – therapeutic implications Andrea Williams, Luca Jahreiss, Sovan Sarkar, Shinji Saiki, Fiona M Menzies, Brinda Ravikumar and David C Rubinsztein Chapter 4 Wnt signaling: A key regulator of bone mass Roland Baron, Georges Rawadi and Sergio Roman-Roman Chapter 5 Eukaryotic DNA replication in a chromatin context Angel P. Tabancay, Jr., Susan L. Forsburg Chapter 6 The regulatory network controlling the proliferation - meiotic entry decision in the C. elegans germ line Dave Hansen, Tim Schedl Chapter 7 Regulation of Angiogenesis by Hypoxia and Hypoxia-inducible Factors Michele M. Hickey and M. Celeste Simon

Details

No. of pages:
304
Language:
English
Copyright:
© 2006
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9780080465524
Print ISBN:
9780121531768
Print ISBN:
9780124112629

Reviews

Current Topics in Developmental Biology provides a comprehensive survey of the major topics in the field of developmental biology. These volumes are valuable to researchers in animal and plant development, as well as to students and professionals who want an introduction to cellular and molecular mechanisms of development. The series has recently passed its 30-year mark, making it the longest-running forum for contemporary issues in developmental biology.