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by Mohamed Al-Rubeai,Martin Fussenegger

eBook Cell Engineering: Apoptosis download ISBN: 1402022166
Author: Mohamed Al-Rubeai,Martin Fussenegger
Publisher: Springer; 2004 edition (August 3, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 334
ePub: 1897 kb
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Category: Math Sciences
Subcategory: Biological Sciences

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Автор: Al-Rubeai Mohamed, Fussenegger Martin Название: Cell Engineering, Apoptosis Издательство: Springer Классификация . 1. Caspase Regulation at Molecular Level; H. Kaufmann, M. Fussenegger. 2. The BCL-2 Family; A. Petch, M. Al-Rubeai.

1. 3. The IGF-1 Receptor in Cells Survival: Signalling and Regulation; . O'Gorman, A. Lyons, R. O'Connor.

Cell Engineering: Apoptosis (Cell Engineering). Bioreactors for tissue engineering: principles, design and operation. Julian Chaudhuri, Mohamed Al-Rubeai.

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Cell Engineering: Apoptosis. Book · January 2005 with 11 Reads. How we measure 'reads'.

Mohamed Al-Rubeai, Martin Fussenegger. Springer Science & Business Media, Jul 13, 2004 - Science - 333 pages. Common terms and phrases. The suppression of apoptosis by the IGF system is critical for normal cell development, proliferation, differentiation and motility. Aberrations in IGF signalling mechanisms contribute to cell transformation, tumour progression and metastasis.

The series Cell Engineering is the first and only major reference work on the development of cellular systems for the production of recombinant glycoproteins, gene and cell therapies, drug screening and tissue engineering. This volume on "Apoptosis" is intended to review the state-of-the-art with in-depth assessments of this type of programmed cell death. The aim of the volume is to make the recent developments in apoptotic research readily accessible to biologists, biotechnologists and cellular engineers. The implication of apoptosis in the suppression of diseases and prolonging survival of cells in culture is presented to indicate the great potential of apoptotic research for drug production and the development of human therapies. All chapters are written as self-contained treatments of the important topics in apoptosis that are presented on an essential information basis. Topics covered range from understanding the role of signalling and effector molecules, mathematical modelling of cell death, RNAi tools in apoptosis research, to monitoring and imaging of apoptosis. This volume will be an invaluable resource for biotechnologists and researchers in apoptosis, cell biology, cell culture and molecular medicine.