Apoptosis and development by Hermann Steller

By Hermann Steller

Apoptosis and Development, the most recent quantity of Current issues in Developmental Biology maintains the legacy of this most desirable serial with caliber chapters authored by way of leaders within the box.

This quantity covers study equipment in apoptosis and improvement, and contains sections on such themes because the non-lethal position of apoptotic proteins and germ line mobilephone loss of life in Drosophila.

  • Continues the legacy of this top-rated serial with caliber chapters authored by way of leaders within the field
  • Includes descriptions of the latest advances within the field
  • Covers examine equipment in apoptosis and improvement, and contains sections on such issues because the non-lethal function of apoptotic proteins and germ line cellphone loss of life in Drosophila

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Pinto, S. , & Hengartner, M. O. (2012). Cleaning up the mess: Cell corpse clearance in Caenorhabditis elegans. Current Opinion in Cell Biology, 24, 881–888. , Salvesen, G. , & Drag, M. (2013). Caspase substrates and inhibitors. Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology, 5, a008680. , & Gartner, A. (2012). Evidence that CED-9/Bcl2 and CED-4/ Apaf-1 localization is not consistent with the current model for C. elegans apoptosis induction. Cell Death and Differentiation, 19, 406–415. , et al. (2010).

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