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Title Current topics in cellular regulation
Published [Place of publication not identified] : Academic Press, 1997
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Contents T. Rouault and R. Klausner, Regulation of Iron Metabolism in Eukaryotes. -- Z.-Y. Zhang, Structure, Mechanism, and Specificity of Protein-Tyrosine Phosphatases. -- R.A. Gottlieb and B.M. Babior, Regulation of Fas-Mediated Apoptosis. -- H.R. Warner, Aging and Regulation of Apoptosis. -- F. Cimino, F. Esposito, R. Ammendola, and T. Russo, Gene Regulation by Reactive Oxygen Species. -- T. Okamoto, S. Sakurada, J.-P. Yang, and J.P. Merin, Regulation of NF-kB and Disease Control: Identification of a Novel Serine Kinase and Thioredoxin as Effectors for Signal Transduction Pathway for NF-kB Activation. -- J.L. Rosner and G. Storz, Regulation of Bacterial Responses of Oxidative Stress. -- N. Katunuma, Mechanism and Regulation of Bone Resorption by Osteoclasts. -- Index
Summary This informative publication brings together knowledge of various aspects of cellular regulation. Current Topics in Cellular Regulation reviews the progress being made in those specialized areas of study that have undergone substantial development. It also publishes provocative new theories and concepts and serves as a forum for the discussion of general principles. Researchers in cellular regulation as well as biochemists, molecular and cell biologists, microbiologists, and biophysicists will find Current Topics in Cellular Regulation a useful source of up-to-date information. Key Features * Regulation of Iron Metabolism in Eukaryotes * Regulation of Fas-Mediated Apoptosis * Aging and Regulation of Apoptosis * Regulation of Bacterial Responses of Oxidaditive Stress * Regulation of NF-(B and Disease Control * Mechanism and Regulation of Bone Resorption * Gene Regulation by Reactive Oxygen Species * Structure, Mechanism, and Specificity of Protein-Tyrosine Phosphatases
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Subject Cellular control mechanisms.
Cytology.
Form Electronic book
Author Chock, P. Boon.
Stadtman, Earl R.
ISBN 0121528359
9780121528355