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Advances in Structural Biology, Volume 4
 
 

Advances in Structural Biology, Volume 4, 1st Edition

 
Advances in Structural Biology, Volume 4, 1st Edition,S.K. Malhotra,ISBN9781559389679
 
 
 

S Malhotra   

Elsevier Science

9781559389679

9780080526508

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The present volume continues the trend established in previous volumes in this series on Advances in Structural Biology. As in the past, diverse topics of current importance relevant to the theme of the series are included in the fourth volume.

S.K. Malhotra

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Department of Zoology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

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Advances in Structural Biology, Volume 4, 1st Edition

Contents. List of Contributors. Preface (S.K. Malhotra). conservation of Genome and Gene Structure from fishes to Mammals (R.B. Walter and D.C. Morizot). The Molecular Composition of the Tight Junction (A.G. Howarth and B.R. Stevenson). The Gap Junction (M.V. Singh and S. K. Malhotra). Classical and Desmosomal Cadherins (J.E. Collins). Cytoskeleton and Cell Adhesion Molecules in Cell Shape, Growth Regulation, and Neoplasia (R. Rajaraman). The Cytoskeleton of the Retinal Pigment Epithelium (D.M. Garcia and J.R. Koke). Lung Inflammation, Fibrosis, and the Concept of Fibroblast Heterogeneity (R.K. Barth, C.M. Baecher-Allan, A. Linares, V.N. Suchkova, G. Sukhikh, G. Grchko, Y. Blidchenko, E.A. Kogan, and R.P. Phipps). Fibrogenic and Anti-Fibrogenic Factors in Wound Repair (A. Ghahary, R. Panny, and E.E. Tredget). Antimicrobial Mechanisms of Activated Macrophages and their Induction by Cytokines (N.F. Neumann and M. Belosevic).
 
 
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