6 edition of The role of microtubules in cell biology, neurobiology, and oncology found in the catalog.
The role of microtubules in cell biology, neurobiology, and oncology
|Statement||edited by Tito Fojo.|
|Series||Cancer drug discovery and development|
|Contributions||Fojo, Antonio Tito, 1952-|
|LC Classifications||QH603 .M44 R65 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 587 p. :|
|Number of Pages||587|
|LC Control Number||2008298316|
Microtubules are key cytoskeletal elements of all eukaryotic cells and are assembled of evolutionarily conserved α-tubulin–β-tubulin heterodimers. Despite their uniform structure, microtubules fulfill a large diversity of functions. A regulatory mechanism to control the specialization of the microtubule cytoskeleton is the ‘tubulin code’, which is generated by (i) expression of Cited by: Microtubule network plays a key role in cell division, motility and intracellular trafficking. Microtubule lattices are generally regarded as stable structures that undergo turnover through dynamic instability of their ends []. However, recent evidence suggests that microtubules also exchange tubulin dimers at the sites of lattice defects, which can either be induced by mechanical stress Author: Amol Aher, Dipti Rai, Laura Schaedel, Jeremie Gaillard, Karin John, Laurent Blanchoin, Laurent Blanc.
Biological Functions of Microtubules and Related Structures is a compendium of papers presented at the 13th Oji International Seminar on The Biological Functions of Microtubules and Related Structures, held at Komaba Eminence in Tokyo in November, The papers discuss the molecular function of tubulin in various biological processes or Edition: 1. Microtubules are one of the components of the have a diameter of 25 nm and length varying from nanometers to 25 micrometers. Microtubules serve as structural components within cells and are involved in Full article >>> These straight, hollow cylinders, composed of tubulin proteins, are found throughout the cytoplasm of all eukaryotic cells and perform a number of.
(See a previous post: Sleep and Health/reference, Sleep, Neurobiology, Medicine and Society, ) Life in the oceans and our cells have many similarities: This area of study, quantum energy fields in living organisms, is important within all types of biology. T1 - The role of APC in mitosis and in chromosome instability. AU - Caldwell, Christine M. AU - Kaplan, Kenneth B. PY - Y1 - N2 - The established role of APC in regulating microtubules and actin in polarized epithelia naturally raises the possibility that APC similarly influences the mitotic by:
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The family of proteins called the tubulin and the microtubules they form when they aggregate are extremely important in the cell and, as we are increasingly. The Role of Microtubules in Cell Biology, Neurobiology, and Oncology (Cancer Drug Discovery and Development): Medicine & Health Science Books @ (2).
Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find The Role of Microtubules in Cell Biology, Neurobiolo () by Fojo, Antonio Tito. The role of microtubules in cell biology, neurobiology, and oncology Item Preview remove-circle The role of microtubules in cell biology, neurobiology, and oncology by Fojo, Antonio Tito, Publication date Topics Internet Archive : "The Role of Microtubules in Cell Biology, Neurobiology, and Oncology presents the first comprehensive exploration of the dynamic potential of microtubules as anti-cancer targets.
Written by leading anti-cancer researchers, this groundbreaking volume collects the most current microtubule research available. The Role of Microtubules in Cell Biology, Neurobiology, and Oncology 作者: Fojo, Antonio Tito 编 出版社: Humana Pr Inc 出版年: 页数: 定价: $ 装帧: HRD ISBN: The role of microtubules in cell biology, neurobiology, and oncology.
[Antonio Tito Fojo;] -- The family of proteins called the tubulin and the microtubules they form when they aggregate are extremely important in the cell and, as we are increasingly learning, important in diseases that. The family of proteins called the tubulin and the microtubules they form when they aggregate are extremely important in the cell and oncology book, as we are increasingly learning, important in diseases that afflict so many.
This field of investigation is a testament to how important both basic and clinical sciences are in understanding disease mechanisms and making inroads into therapies. Microtubule. Microtubules are cytoskeletal polymers made of repeating αβ-tubulin heterodimers that play essential roles in all eukaryotic cells.
The dynamic character of microtubules is key to their functions, as evidenced by the large number of natural compounds that bind tubulin, alter microtubule dynamics and result in mitotic by: Microtubules, together with microfilaments and intermediate filaments, form the cell cytoskeleton.
The microtubule network is recognized for its role in regulating cell growth and movement as well as key signaling events, which modulate fundamental cellular by: Microtubules are core components of the eukaryotic cytoskeleton with essential roles in cell division, shaping, motility and intracellular transport.
Despite their functional heterogeneity, Author: Carsten Janke, Carsten Janke, Maria M. Magiera, Maria M. Magiera. The book discusses the recent studies showing the role of actin and microtubule cytoskeleton interactions in cell-wall assembly and dynamics.
The authors examine the role of both microtubules in the mechanics of plant cells, and actin filaments in the motility of chloroplasts.
Author of The Role of Microtubules in Cell Biology, Role of Microtubules in Cell Biology Neurobiology and Oncology, The. Cancer Drug Discovery and Development., and The Role of Microtubules in Cell Biology, Neurobiology, and Oncology [With CDROM]/5(6).
Author(s): Fojo,Antonio Tito, Title(s): The role of microtubules in cell biology, neurobiology, and oncology/ edited by Tito Fojo. Country of Publication. Cancer invasion is a cell- and tissue-driven process for which the physical, cellular, and molecular determinants adapt and react throughout the progression of the disease.
Cancer invasion is initiated and maintained by signaling pathways that control cytoskeletal dynamics in tumor cells and the turnover of cell-matrix and cell-cell junctions. The centrosome organizes microtubules and plays a pivotal role in cell division.
Despite being small in size, it is a highly complex structure consisting of hundreds of proteins. The team is particularly interested in studying the roles of a number of novel centrosomal proteins in organelle function, cell division, health, and disease.
Meiosis Germ cell division (haploid) Reductive division Generates haploid gametes (egg, sperm) Each genetically distinct from parent Genetic recombination (prophase 1) Exchanges portions of chromosomes maternal/paternal homologous pairs Independent assortment of paternal chromosomes (meiosis 1) Cell Birth - Mitosis and Meiosis 1st cell division File Size: 1MB.
Filamentous polymers called microtubules play vital roles in chromosome segregation and molecular transport. An team has now examined how microtubule lengths vary in response to changes in the.
Cortical microtubules can direct the orientation of newly synthesized cellulose fibres in plant cell walls. However, cell wall-mediated steering mechanisms have also been anticipated. New research reveals that cellulose synthesis may be directed by pre-existing cellulose fibres in the walls.
If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to retrieve your username. 3-d rotation of Histone and microtubules in a mitotic HeLa cell. Lazaro Armando. Follow. 5 years ago | 3 views. 3-d rotation of Histone and microtubules in a mitotic HeLa cell.
Report. Browse more videos. Playing next.In Cell Biology (Third Edition), Microtubules vary considerably in stability. Microtubules in axonemes of eukaryotic cilia and flagella are stable for days to weeks.
Cytoplasmic microtubules turn over much more rapidly, within minutes during interphase and tens of seconds in the mitotic spindle. Crocin, a component of saffron spice, is known to have an anticancer activity.
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