Essential Cell Biology Vol 1: Cell Structure by John DaveyEssential Cell Biology Vol 1: Cell Structure by John Davey

Essential Cell Biology Vol 1: Cell Structure

EditorJohn Davey, J. Michael Lord

Paperback | April 8, 2004

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Recent advances in our understanding of cells has put cell biology at the center of biological and medical research. This two volume set provides researchers with the information they need to understand and carry out the essential techniques used for studying cells. It covers a wide range oftraditional and recently developed techniques and includes the fine detail necessary for immediate application in the laboratory. It is useful both as a compendium of protocols for experienced researchers and as a valuable guide for newcomers to the subject.
Professor John Davey is Professor of Molecular Cell Biology at the University of Warwick Department of Biological Sciences, University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL Phone: 02476 524204 Fax: 02476 523701 email: J.Davey@Warwick.ac.uk Professor J. Michael Lord is Professor of Molecular Cell Biology at the University of Warwick Depar...
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Title:Essential Cell Biology Vol 1: Cell StructureFormat:PaperbackDimensions:422 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.91 inPublished:April 8, 2004Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199638314

ISBN - 13:9780199638314

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Table of Contents

1. Touhey and Heenan: Cell structure2. Rietdorf et al: Basic light microscopy3. Lucocq: Electron microscopy in cell biology4. Hodel and Edwardson: Subcellular Fractionations5. Ceriotti et al: Plant Cell Biology6. Slade and Dalton: Protein Purification7. Garfin: Gel Electrophoresis of Proteins8. Agnbandje-McKenna, Edison, and McKenna: Biophysical methods in structural cell biology9. Brown: Nucleic acids10. Hoekstra et al: Cell lipids: from isolation to funational dynamics11. Roskelley and Dedhar: Extracellular matrix protocols for the study of complex phenotypes12. Stradal et al: The cytoskeleton