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Signal transduction research trends

Author: Nickolas O Grachevsky
Publisher: New York : Nova Science Publishers, ©2007.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nickolas O Grachevsky
ISBN: 9781600214875 1600214878
OCLC Number: 77573146
Notes: "Nova biomedical"--Cover.
Description: xiii, 311 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm
Contents: Foiling drug resistance with targeted therapeutics-principles and challenges in a new era of cancer therapy / Catherine A. O'Brian, Feng Chu, and Ahmad R. Safa --
Estrogen signal transduction pathways from plasma membrane to the nucleus / Maria Marino and Francesco Caiazza --
The peptide strategy as a new approach to the study of G protein-coupled signaling systems / Alexander O. Shpakov, Marianna N. Pertseva --
Cadhernin signaling in vascular cells : T-cadherin is a new player / K.A. Rubina [and others] --
Time windows of hedgehog signaling in the craniofacial and vascular development : analyses using mouse whole embryo culture system / Takashi Nagase and Miki Nagase --
The Ror2 receptor tyrosine kinase / Julia Billiard, Barry S. Komm, and Peter V.N. Bodine --
Nuclear calcium signalling : the nuclear envelope store and the regulation of transcription / Carlos Escande [and others]. Regulation of extracellular signal communications at the cortical network level by intracellular signal communications in the brain / Hiroshi Yoshimura --
New research on signal transduction in response to bacteroides fragilis enterotoxin / Jung Mogg Kim --
Innate immune signalling pathways and viral recognition : new perspectives / Ismar R. Haga and Andrew G. Bowie --
Neurosignaling mechanisms and environmental-induced neurobiological activities / Marcello Canonaco [and others].
Responsibility: Nickolas O. Grachevsky, editor.
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