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  1. Molecular Biology of the Cell by Bruce Alberts, Alexander Johnson, et all 2007-11-31
  2. Molecular Biology of the Cell, Fourth Edition: A Problems Approach by Wilson/ Hunt, 2002-08-30
  3. Essential Cell Biology, Second Edition by Bruce Alberts, Alexander Johnson, et all 2003-09-25
  4. Molecular Cell Biology by Harvey Lodish, Arnold Berk, et all 2007-06-15
  5. Cell and Molecular Biology: Concepts and Experiments by Gerald Karp, 2007-02-01
  6. Molecular Biology of the Cell, Fifth Edition: The Problems Book by John Wilson, Tim Hunt, 2007-11-28
  7. Molecular Biology of the Cell: Reference Edition by Bruce Alberts, Alexander Johnson, et all 2007-11-14
  8. Cell Biology: With STUDENT CONSULT Online Access by Thomas D. Pollard, William C. Earnshaw, et all 2007-04-18
  9. High-Yield Cell and Molecular Biology, 2nd Edition (High-Yield Series) by Ronald W Dudek, 2006-11-01
  10. Molecular Cell Biology by Harvey Lodish, Arnold Berk, et all 2007-08-30
  11. Molecular Cell Biology & Solutions Manual by Harvey Lodish, Arnold Berk, et all 2007-06-15
  12. Schaum's Easy Outline Molecular and Cell Biology by William Stansfield, Raul J Cano, et all 2003-02-21
  13. Essential Cell Biology 2 PB by Bruce Alberts, 2003-09-25
  14. Cell Biology and Genetics (with 1pass for BiologyNow, vMentor, How do I Prepare,iLrn, and InfoTrac) (Brooks/Cole Biology) by Cecie Starr, Ralph Taggart, 2005-09-19

161. Biochemical Journal - Browse Contents
Covers all aspects of biochemistry, and cell and molecular biology. Free access to fulltext archive (articles published before december 31, 2001)
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162. The Frisén Lab @ The Karolinska Institute
Department of cell and Molecular biology. Studies on the development of the nervous system and the continued neurogenesis from neural stem cells in the adult.
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163. Allison R. Kermode
Associate professor of plant cell and molecular biology. Current research program and selected publications.
Allison R. Kermode, Associate Professor PLANT CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
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Current Research Program Selected Publications Jiang, L., Abrams, S.R., and Kermode, A.R. 1996. Vicilin and napin storage protein gene promoters are responsive to ABA in developing transgenic tobacco seed, but lose sensitivity following premature desiccation. Plant Physiology. 110: 1135-1144. Kermode, A.R. 1996. Mechanisms of intracellular protein transport and targeting in plant cells. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences, June issue. Jiang, L., Downing, W., Baszczynski, C., and Kermode, A.R. 1995. The 5' flanking regions of vicilin and napin storage protein genes are down-regulated by desiccation in transgenic tobacco. Plant Physiology. 107: 1439-1449. Kermode, A.R. 1995. Regulatory mechanisms in the transition from seed development to germination: Interactions between the embryo and the seed environment. In: Seed Development and Germination. Galili, G., and Kigel, J., eds., Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, pp. 273-332. Kermode, A.R., Fisher, S.A., Polishchuk, E., Wandelt, C., Spencer, D., and Higgins, T.J.V. 1995. Proteolytic processing and localization of vicilin deletion mutant proteins in the leaf and seed of transgenic tobacco. Planta. 197: 501-513.


165. Life Science Glossary
Glossary of genetic, molecular, cell and developmental biology definitions.
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    166. Protein Expression, Cell Culture, And Angiogenesis Services For Outsourced Bioph
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    167. Graduate Program In Cell Biology And Developmental Biology - University Of Color
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    The Graduate Program in Cell and Developmental Biology at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver offers training leading to the Ph.D. degree. Students in the program undertake a rigorous curriculum of classroom instruction and laboratory research that will prepare them to become independent scientists in biomedical research. We have an outstanding faculty of basic and clinical scientists who are committed to research, discovery and teaching. The graduate program has particularly strong groups in the areas of cell biology developmental biology stem cell biology neuroscience ... molecular biology and molecular structure , and research related to human disease . The faculty and students within the program are studying both basic principles within these fields using tractable experimental systems such as cell and tissue culture, model organisms such as mice, zebrafish, Drosophila, and C. elegans, as well as applying fundamental discoveries from these systems to the more complex problems of human disease. The faculty and students in the program are highly interactive and collaborative, fostering numerous opportunities for interdisciplinary research and novel experimental approaches.

    168. Michael White Laboratory - Research In Apicomlexan Protozoan - Toxoplasma Gondii
    cell and molecular biology research on the Apicomplexan protozoans and Toxoplasma Gondii at Montana State University, Bozeman, MT.
    Research in the White laboratory focuses on the Apicomplexan protozoans which are responsible for a significant burden of infectious disease in the world. Malarial parasites are the most infamous members of this phylum as they are responsible for enormous human suffering and mortality-killing annually more than a million children in Africa alone. Five hundred million individuals are estimated by WHO to suffer from malaria world-wide. The coccidian members of the Apicomplexa such as Toxoplasma and Cryptosporidium cause opportunistic infections in humans particularly immunocompromised individuals such as those infected with the HIV virus. The lay-person may know Toxoplasma from cautions given pregnant women to avoid contact with the cat box because infections with this parasite can cause birth defects or miscarriages. Other coccidians including the Eimeria Neospora , and Isopora , are important in veterinary medicine, causing serious systemic, enteric, and respiratory disease in livestock.

    169. MSU Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
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    171. SpringerLink - Publication
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    172. Bruce P. Brandhorst
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    Current Research Program My research focuses on the mechanisms of regulation of gene expression and how cellular fates are established during embryonic development. We are interested in the role of cellular interactions in establishing and maintaining spatial territories of specialized gene expression in sea urchin embryos. The products of such genes are useful molecular markers for identification of differentiating cells; the expression of some such genes is initiated autonomously while the expression of others depends on cellular interactions which can be experimentally manipulated. It may be possible to use this system to identify molecules involved in these cellular interactions. We are interested in the interactions of mesenchyme cells with the extracellular matrix and epithelial cells, using microinjection assays. We are interested in the evolution of multigene families and their divergent spatial patterns of expression in echinoderm embryos; this involves comparisons of gene structure and cis-acting regulatory elements, as well as investigations of gene expression in interspecies hybrid embryos. Promoter function is assessed in transgenic embryos created by micro-injection of promoter-reporter fusion genes.

    173. Molecular And Cellular Biology
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    174. DNA Recombination, Jim Haber Lab
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    176. Morphogenesis Introduction
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    177. Clinica Chimica Acta
    International Journal of Clinical Chemistry and Applied Molecular biology, publishes original Research Communications in the field of clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine, defined as the application of chemistry, biochemistry, immunochemistry, biochemical aspects of hematology, toxicology, and molecular biology to the study of human disease in body fluids, cells or tissues.
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    178. Cells Alive!
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