Hot Topics In Cell Biology

October 14, 2012|
Hot Topics In Cell Biology by Dr José  Becerra
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‘Hot Topics in Cell Biology’ is a definitive overview of the ‘state of the art’ in cell biology. It is based on papers presented by leading researchers at the Spanish Society for Cell Biology’s XIV Congress – a Congress that strives to achieve scientific excellence. Each participant was asked to prepare a ‘mini review’ of current and likely future development in their area of research. This book is based on those reviews. As such, it is therefore an analysis of current and future trends. Key features include: contains contributions from some of the world’s leading researchers; the book is multidisciplinary, covering almost all topics in cell biology: from basic to applied cell biology, and a wide variety of models: from in vitro to vivo models, ranging from fish to rodents and humans; each ‘mini review’ is an easy-read piece, describing the state of the art on a topic with clear language and in a summary format; the mini review format makes the book attractive not only to readers involved in cell biology research and teaching, but also professionals from other disciplines and students; and the book takes a truly multidisciplinary approach; it covers a wide array of topics, and the book reflects how cell biology interacts with other disciplines. Readership: Cell biology academics and researchers Contents: Introduction, Dynamics of cell compartments, The intracellular trafficking, Cell signaling, Autophagy, apoptosis and cell homeostasis, Cell biology of aging, Plant cell biology, Methods in cell biology, Applied cell biology, Cell biology of cancer’ Cell therapies and tissue engineering, Neurodegeneration and cell biology, and Nanotechnology and cell biology: challenges and opportunities
Title:Hot Topics In Cell Biology
Format:Kobo ebook
Published:October 14, 2012
Publisher:Chartridge Books Oxford
Appropriate for ages:All ages

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