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Cell movement : new research trends

Author: T Abreu; G Silva
Publisher: New York : Nova Biomedical Books, ©2009.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: T Abreu; G Silva
ISBN: 9781606925706 1606925709
OCLC Number: 265657843
Notes: Errata slip inserted.
Description: xiii, 383 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm
Contents: Scaffolding proteins that regulate the actin cytoskeleton in cell movement / S.J. Annesley and P.R. Fisher --
Systems dynamics behind cell movement / Mikiya Otsuji and Shinya Kuroda --
Mast cells in injury response / Stefano Bacci, Aurelio Bonelli and Paolo Romagnoli --
Role of rho GTPases in tumor cell migration and metastasis / Yong Tang and Daotai Nie --
Role of serine proteases and their receptors in cellular motility / V.M. Shpacovitch, M.D. Hollenberg and M. Steinhoff --
Tuberin and hamartin in moving breast cancer cells : expression, localization, and function / Marina A. Guvakova and William S.Y. Lee --
Role of chemokines in colorectal cancer and metastasis / Kathrin Rupertus [and others] --
The proteoglycan versican : an important regulator of cell locomotion in development and disease / Carmela Ricciardelli [and others] --
The role of endometrial stromal cell-mediated contractility in endometrial tissue remodeling / Kaei Nasu [and others] --
The role of transmission electron microscopy analysis in different cases of reduced motility in human spermatozoa / Giulia Collodel --
Reproducing in vivo cell migration / Lilian Soon and Alastair Stewart --
Chlamydomonas as the unicellular model for chemotaxis and cellular differentiation / E.V. Ermilova --
Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching / Macarena Peran [and others] --
Improvement in sperm cell kinetics / Fábio F. Pasqualotto [and others].
Responsibility: T. Abreu and G. Silva, editors.

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