Description

This serial 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 the mammalian circadian proteins, cell death, tumor progression, and more * Latest volume in the series that covers six reviews in more than 250 pages

Readership

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

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Contribution of Membrane Mucins to Tumor Progression through Modulation of Cellular Growth Signaling Pathways Kermit L. Carraway III, Melanie Funes, Heather C. Workman and Colleen Sweeney Chapter 2 Regulation of the Epithelial Sodium Channel by Peptidases Carole Planès, and George H. Caughey Chapter 3 Advances in Defining Regulators of Cementum Development and Periodontal Regeneration Brian L. Foster, Tracy E. Popowics, Hanson K. Fong, and Martha J. Somerman Chapter 4 Anabolic agents and the BMP pathway I.R. Garrett Chapter 5 The role of mammalian circadian proteins in normal physiology and genotoxic stress responses Roman V. Kondratov, Victoria Y. Gorbacheva, Marina P. Antoch Chapter 6 Autophagy and Cell Death Devrim Gozuacik and Adi Kimch

Details

No. of pages:
288
Language:
English
Copyright:
© 2007
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9780080475097
Print ISBN:
9780123737489
Print ISBN:
9780124113008

Reviews

This serial 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.