Mouse Models Of The Nuclear Envelopathies And Related Diseases by Colin Stewart

Mouse Models Of The Nuclear Envelopathies And Related Diseases

byColin StewartEditorColin Stewart

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Volume 109 ofCurrent Topics in Developmental Biologycovers mouse models of the nuclear envelopathies and related diseases, with contributions from an international board of authors. The chapters provide a comprehensive set of reviews covering such topics as mouse models neurodegenerative diseases including Parkinson's and dystonia, muscle ageing and sarcopenia, cardiac failure and repair, ageing and prospects lifespan extension, lipodystrophy and the significance in fat regulation, also identifying developmental mutations in mammals and nuclear envelope and LINC complex in disease.

  • Covers the area of mouse models of developmental genetic disease
  • International board of authors
  • Provides a comprehensive set of reviews covering such topics as mouse models neurodegenerative diseases including Parkinson s, muscle aging, lipodystrophy, and more

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Title:Mouse Models Of The Nuclear Envelopathies And Related DiseasesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:352 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:June 2, 2014Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:012397920X

ISBN - 13:9780123979209

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Table of Contents

1. Functional Architecture of the Cell's Nucleus in Development, Aging and Disease
2. Mouse Models of Lipodystrophy and Their Significance in Understanding Fat Regulation
3. Mouse Models of Neurodevelopmental Disease of the Basal Ganglia and Associated Circuits
4. Mouse Models of Heart Failure: Cell Signalling and Cell Survival
5. Mouse Models and Aging Longevity and Progeria
6. LINC Complex Proteins in Development and Disease