Cartilage: Volume 1: Physiology And Development by Susanne GrässelCartilage: Volume 1: Physiology And Development by Susanne Grässel

Cartilage: Volume 1: Physiology And Development

bySusanne GrässelEditorAttila Asz

Hardcover | May 10, 2016

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In three Volumes this mini book series presents current knowledge and new perspectives on cartilage as a specialized yet versatile tissue.  This first volume provides a comprehensive overview on the basic composition and development of cartilaginous tissues followed by the description of the major signaling pathways which regulate cartilage morphogenesis and function.

This book addresses Professors, researchers and PhD students who are interested in musculoskeletal and cartilage biology.
Editors: Prof. Dr. Susanne Grässel Dept. of Orthopedic Surgery Experimental Orthopedics ZMB im BioPark 1 Josef-Engertstr. 9 93053 Regensburg, Germany PD Dr. Attila Aszodi Experimental Surgery and Regenerative Medicine Department of Surgery Ludwig-Maximilians-University Nussbaumstrasse 20 80336 Munich, Germany
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Title:Cartilage: Volume 1: Physiology And DevelopmentFormat:HardcoverDimensions:267 pagesPublished:May 10, 2016Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3319295667

ISBN - 13:9783319295664

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Table of Contents

1. Physiology.- 1.1 Growth and development.- Andrea Vortkamp: Molecular control of cartilage differentiation.- Danny Chan or Maurizio Pacifici: Joint development.- Bent Brachvogel: Immunology and growth plate cartilage.- Christa Maes: VEGF in endochondral bone formation.- 1.2 Cartilage extracellular matrix.- Anders Aspberg: Proteoglycans of the cartilage extracellular matrix.- Peter Bruckner or John Bateman: Supramolecular structure of cartilage - the collagens.- 1.3 Biomechanics.- Peter Angele: Cartilage biomechanics.- Farshid Guilak: Biomechanics and cartilage repair.- 1.4 Chondrocytes and signaling.- Christine Hartmann: Chondrogenesis and Wnt signaling.- Kay Grobe: Hedgehog signaling and chondrocytes.- Frank Beier: Chondrocytes and the actin cytoskeleton.

Editorial Reviews

"The first of three volumes dedicated to the biology and physiology of cartilage tissue presents in 11 chapters the chemistry, chondrocyte growth and endochondial ossification. . Each chapter is followed by many references . . Of interest to pediatric endocrinologists, rheumatologists and biologists." (Pediatric Endocrinology Reviews (PER), Vol. 14 (2), December, 2016)