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ePub International Review of Cytology: Nuclear Transplantation Suppt. 9: A Survey of Cell Biology (International review of cytology : Supplement) download

by M.A. Diberarding,James Frederic Danielli

ePub International Review of Cytology: Nuclear Transplantation Suppt. 9: A Survey of Cell Biology (International review of cytology : Supplement) download
Author:
M.A. Diberarding,James Frederic Danielli
ISBN13:
978-0123643698
ISBN:
0123643694
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Publisher:
Academic Press Inc (September 3, 1979)
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Biological Sciences
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New fundamental results on stem cell biology have been obtained in the past 15 years. These results allow us to reinterpret the functioning of the cerebral tissue in health and disease

New fundamental results on stem cell biology have been obtained in the past 15 years. These results allow us to reinterpret the functioning of the cerebral tissue in health and disease. Numerous genomic mechanisms controlling stem cell proliferation and differentiation have been identified more.

by David R. Wolstenholme. Published December 1992 by Academic Press.

Articles address structure and control of gene expression, nucleocytoplasmic interactions, control of cell development and differentiation, and cell transformation and growth. Articles address structure and control of gene expression, nucleocytoplasmic interactions, control of cell development and differentiation, and cell transformation and growth.