Current Topics in Developmental Biology

Other | October 1, 1997

byPedersen, Roger A., Roger A. Pedersen

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Volume 35 proves to be essential reading for anyone interested in reactions between retinoid signaling pathways and the genes regulating cell proliferation/survival, developmentally-regulated changes in the nuclear envelope, the developmental roles of the EGFR, or ErbB family, the correspondence between phylogeny and life history in polyembryonic insect development, control of cadherin function by extracellular signals, the importance of the Spemann organizer for neural induction, and the study of signal transduction in Drosophila melanogaster.

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Volume 35 proves to be essential reading for anyone interested in reactions between retinoid signaling pathways and the genes regulating cell proliferation/survival, developmentally-regulated changes in the nuclear envelope, the developmental roles of the EGFR, or ErbB family, the correspondence between phylogeny and life history in po...

Format:OtherDimensions:277 pages, 1 × 1 × 1 inPublished:October 1, 1997Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0080584586

ISBN - 13:9780080584584

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Table of Contents

M.B. Rogers, Life and Death Decisions Influenced by Retinoids.
J. Liu, J.M. Lopez, and M.F. Wolfner, Developmental Modulation of the Nuclear Envelope.
E.D. Adamson and L.M. Wiley, The EGFR Gene Family in Embryonic Cell Activities.
M.R. Strand and M. Grbic, The Development and Evolution of Polyembryonic Insects.
J. Lilien, S. Hoffman, C. Eisenberg, and J. Balsamo, b -Catenin Is a Target for Extracellular Signals Controlling Cadherin Function: The Neurocan-GalNAcPTase Connection.
H. Grunz, Neural Induction in Amphibians.
L. Engstrom, E. Noll, and N. Perrimon, Paradigms to Study Signal Transduction Pathways inDrosophila.
Subject Index.
Contents of Previous Volumes.