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Author Torday, John S., speaker

Title The dynamic interactions between cellular-molecular physiology and the environment : part 3, Case studies in pathophysiology : how to exploit cellular-molecular evolution / John S. Torday
Published London : Henry Stewart Talks, 2016
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Description 1 online resource (1 streaming video file (8 min.) : color, sound)
Series Evolutionary physiology, 2056-452X
Henry Stewart talks. Biomedical & life sciences collection. Evolutionary physiology
Contents Contents: Simplification of structure and function as reverse evolution -- Chronic diseases & pathologies in different tissues and organs -- Breakdown in cell-cell communication -- Fibrosis & PPARɣ agonists -- Sensing loss of homeostasis & cellular perturbations
Notes Animated audio-visual presentation with synchronized narration
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Subject Cell interaction.
Cellular signal transduction.
Chronic diseases.
Fibrosis.
Lungs -- Diseases.
Molecular evolution.
Cell Communication.
Chronic Disease.
Evolution, Molecular.
Fibrosis -- physiopathology.
Homeostasis.
Lung Diseases -- metabolism.
Lung -- physiopathology.
PPAR gamma -- agonists.
Signal Transduction.
Genre/Form Video recordings.
Form Streaming video
Other Titles Case studies in pathophysiology : how to exploit cellular-molecular evolution
Dynamic interactions between cellular-molecular physiology and the environment. Part 3, Case studies in pathophysiology