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History of Anatomy - An International Perspective (Hardcover): R. Shane Tubbs, Mohammadali M. Shoja, Marios Loukas, Paul Agutter History of Anatomy - An International Perspective (Hardcover)
R. Shane Tubbs, Mohammadali M. Shoja, Marios Loukas, Paul Agutter
R2,251 Discovery Miles 22 510 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

History of Anatomy: An International Perspective is unique in its global approach to studying the development of human anatomy. Though it references widely known anatomists, such as Aristotle, Galen, and Bell, the book also pay homage to less famous contributors to the field and explains their findings. This comprehensive history of the morphology of humans serves as a useful guide to anatomists, anthropologists, physicians, surgeons, and anyone interested in the early history of medicine and surgery.

Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology (Paperback, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1988): Paul Agutter, K.... Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology (Paperback, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1988)
Paul Agutter, K. Dose, H Stebbings
R2,945 Discovery Miles 29 450 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Between Nucleus and Cytoplasm (Hardcover, 1991 ed.): Paul Agutter Between Nucleus and Cytoplasm (Hardcover, 1991 ed.)
Paul Agutter
R4,262 Discovery Miles 42 620 Out of stock

In the last decade nucleo-cytoplasmic transport has developed into one of the most active areas of research in cell biology and its significance for cell biology as a whole has been recognized. It has led to elucidation of the mechanisms of major cellular functions such as protein synthesis and cellular differentiation. It is also helping to bring about a synthesis of ultrastructural, biochemical, molecular biological and biophysical approaches to the study of cellular organization and function. These theoretical advances have been made possible chiefly by advances in technology - improved methods of gene manipulation and sequencing, of monoclonal antibody production and the use of protein chemistry, of microscopy and of cell manipulation, including microinjection methods. Developments in molecular biology, such as the search for sequence - specific DNA binding proteins and the identification of their binding domains, have also furthered advances in cell biology and these areas have become increasingly integrated with some well-established areas of biochemistry. This book aims to be an introduction, for senior undergraduates and postgraduate biologists, to the field of nucleo-cytoplasmic transport and its relevance to cell biology and seeks to use recent advances in the field to illustrate the process by which modern scientific progress occurs - the importance of developing techniques for formulating problems as well as answering them and the integration of different approaches leading to the evolution of novel concepts. The author assumes a basic general knowledge of molecular and cell biology and of biochemistry, but provides all the necessary background for discussion of recent advances and in the final chapters discusses the actual and potential contributions of the field of nucleo-cytoplasmic transport to cell biology.

Between Nucleus and Cytoplasm (Paperback, 1991 ed.): Paul Agutter Between Nucleus and Cytoplasm (Paperback, 1991 ed.)
Paul Agutter
R3,794 Discovery Miles 37 940 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In the last decade nucleo-cytoplasmic transport has developed into one of the most active areas of research in cell biology and its significance for cell biology as a whole has been recognised. It has led to elucidation of the mechanisms of major cellular functions such as protein synthesis and cellular differentiation. It is also helping to bring about a synthesis of ultrastructural, biochemical, molecular biological and biophysical approaches to the study of cellular organisaton and function. These theoretical advances have been made possible chiefly by advances in technology - improved methods of gene manipulation and sequencing, of monoclonal antibody production and the use of protein chemistry, of microscopy and of cell manipulation including micro-injection methods. Developments in molecular biology, such as the search for sequence - specific DNA binding proteins and the identification of their binding domains, have also furthered advances in cell biology and these areas have become increasingly integrated with some well-established areas of biochemistry. This book aims to be an introduction, for senior undergraduates and postgraduate biologists, to the field of nucleo-cytoplasmic transport and its relevance to cell biology and seeks to use recent advances in the field to illustrate the process by which modern scientific progress occurs - the importance of developing techniques for formulating problems as well as answering them and the integration of different approaches leading to the evolution of novel concepts. The author assumes a basic general knowledge of molecular and cell biology and of biochemistry, but provides all the necessary background for discussion of recent advances and in the final chapters discusses the actual and potential contributions of the field of nucleo-cytoplasmic transport to cell biology.

Mustard Gas Toxicity (Hardcover): Mohammadali M. Shoja, Paul Agutter, R. Shane Tubbs, Mostafa Ghanei, Khalil Ansarin Mustard Gas Toxicity (Hardcover)
Mohammadali M. Shoja, Paul Agutter, R. Shane Tubbs, Mostafa Ghanei, Khalil Ansarin
R3,760 Discovery Miles 37 600 Out of stock

Despite international agreements to prohibit the use of chemical warfare agents, there is still significant concern over their use in different parts of the world. Moreover, the victims of earlier use continue to present a challenge to clinicians. Studies of the effects of mustard gas at the tissue, cell and molecular levels have thrown light on basic questions in biology, and these studies merit a comprehensive review. There are existing volumes on this topic and on related toxicological and ecotoxicological studies, but this proposed book is much more up to date and focuses specifically on the most widely-used chemical warfare agent (mustard gas, otherwise known as sulfur mustard). Also, the most relevant preceding volumes are outdated, not readily available, and broadly focused. By contrast, this title is more clearly focused on toxicological mechanisms, crucial as a basis for future developments in the field. The editors believe this book will provide a fully comprehensive view on mustard gas, with attention to recent developments, in a way other titles have not, filling a gap in literature on chemical warfare agents.

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