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Biological Words Of Wisdom By Cindy Christmas
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Product Description: Biological Words Of Wisdom is a book with a mixture of short stories and poetry. The short stories and poetry are about the way of the world. It talks about how people at times... More > can be very hypocritical and untrustworthy. This book also touches topics about love, letting you know that no matter how bad you were hurt before, you should never let what happened to you make you become bitter, because everyone deserves to be loved and happy. These amazingly, heartfelt words are powerful and inspiring.< Less
Toxoplasma: Molecular and Cellular Biology By James Ajioka & Dominique Soldati
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Written by internationally acclaimed researchers, this is the first book to provide a comprehensive coverage of this important parasite from both the host and pathogen perspectives. The book is... More > divided into six main themes ranging from pathogenesis in humans to molecular details of parasite motility and invasion. The authors of this book describe in detail the biological characteristics that make T. gondii and related apicomplexans the most common and successful group of parasites on earth. Essential reading for all researchers working with Toxoplasma and related apicomplexans.< Less
Leishmania: Current Biology and Control By Subrata Adak
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Hardback: ISBN 978-1-908230-52-2 EAN 9781908230522 In this timely book respected Leismania experts distil the important current research highlighting the most insightful discoveries in the field.... More > Topics covered include: modulation of host miRNA; heat shock proteins; Iron in the Leishmania-macrophage interaction; oxidative and nitrosative stress response; cell death; strategies for immune evasion; STAT signalling; parasite modulation of toll-like receptors in macrophages; T cells in Leishmania infection; vaccine biology; inhibitors of Leishmania DNA topoisomerases; and mechanism of drug resistance in visceral Leishmaniasis. An essential text for everyone in the Leishmania community and recommended for researchers working in related fields.< Less
Systems Biology of Mitosis By Bashar Ibrahim
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Mitosis can be thought of as a finely regulated and exceedingly complex process. During the process of cell division, a cell's chromosomes are eventually distributed between two daughter nuclei.... More > Molecular biologists typically characterize the activity, aggregation and interactions of tens of cellular elements involved in mitosis, although the relation between such interacting elements and their respective environment remains still elusive. Predictions, therefore, are not straightforward. There is a need for a system-level understating of the regulatory mechanisms involved in mitosis. This might be of major relevance for medical research, as well as for a better understating of other cellular processes. We shall refer to our work as to ``Systems Biology of Mitosis''. Our focus is on human cells, and we benefit from modeling and simulation approaches embedded in a cross-disciplinary framework, in order to contribute to a deeper understanding of mitotic regulatory mechanisms.< Less
The Cell Biology of Cyanobacteria By Enrique Flores & Antonia Herrero
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Hardback: ISBN 978-1-908230-38-6 EAN 9781908230386 In this book, leading senior scientists and young researchers review the current key topics in cyanobacterial cell biology to provide a timely... More > overview. Topics covered include: historical background; cell division; the cell envelope; the thylakoid membrane; protein targeting, transport and translocation; chromatic acclimation; the carboxysome; glycogen as a dynamic storage of photosynthetically fixed carbon; cyanophycin; gas vesicles; motility in unicellular and filamentous cyanobacteria; cellular differentiation in filamentous cyanobacteria; and cell-cell joining proteins in heterocyst-forming cyanobacteria. This cutting-edge text will provide a valuable resource for all those working in this field and is recommended for all microbiology libraries.< Less
Molecular Biology of Kinetoplastid Parasites By Hemanta K. Majumder
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Paperback: ISBN 978-1-910190-71-5 EAN 9781910190715 Written by a team of authors active in the field of Leishmania and Trypanosoma research, this volume reviews the current research in kinetoplastid... More > parasites. With an emphasis on cellular and molecular biology, areas covered include epigenetic regulation, cellular defence, manipulation of host macrophages, B lymphocyte response, adhesion and invasion of host tissues, immune evasion, immunotherapy, hemeproteins, phospholipids biosynthesis and DNA topoisomerases. A common theme throughout the book is the identification of new therapeutic targets for drug development. This timely and up-to-date volume is essential reading for anyone working on kinetoplastid parasites and will also be of interest to parasitologists, immunologists and drug development researchers. All parasitology laboratories should have a copy of this important reference volume.< Less
Swans: Their Biology and Natural History By Paul Johnsgard
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The seven species of swans are an easily and universally recognized group of waterfowl, which have historically played important roles in the folklore, myths and legends in many cultures. Among the... More > largest of all flying birds, they have been used as symbols of royalty, grace and beauty, and largely for these reasons swans have only rarely been considered acceptable as targets for sport hunting. Swans occur on all continents but Africa, though most species are found in the temperate and arctic zones of North America and Eurasia. Swans are a long-lived species and are among the most strongly monogamous of birds, having prolonged pair and family bonds that influence their flocking and social behavior, and contribute to the overall high degree of human interest in them. This volume describes their distributions, ecology, social behavior, and breeding biology. Included are nine distribution maps, 19 drawings, 23 photographs by the author, and a bibliography of nearly 700 references.< Less
Animalia: As in Biology’s Roster of Elements By William Peter Scott
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Millions of years ago, a host of life forms began evolving. Monkeys, the first of our primate families, eventually transformed into life forms akin to ourselves. Although homo sapiens evolved with a... More > minimal gene variation from our chimpanzee cousins, major additions to our crania caused our species to become embroiled in conflicts that have consistently detracted from our abilities. Yet strangely, our species has never been identified with a low order of life as in biology’s, Animalia, despite protests from humanity. Within a collection of writings, William Peter Scott explores a variety of topics within both natural history and the history of human civilization, blending his reflections with anecdotes and tales from the past. While examining the backbone of the Magna Carta, Scott shares insight into why he believes the world must revert to a modernized version of this charter of rights, before it is too late to recover.< Less
Molecular Farming - plant biologicals By Shara Cohen
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"Plant biotechnology offers an unprecendented opportunity to produce modern, recombinant pharmaceutical proteins at scale, quickly and at low cost. In essence, a “low-tech high... More > technology”, it has the potential to address many of the global health issues that cannot be solved using conventional technologies. This meeting followed on from the first Molecular Farming meeting in January 2006, and visited the latest advances and enabling technologies, and reviewed the progress that is being made towards the first commercial products." Chair: Professor Julian Ma, St Georges Hospital, University of London, UK.< Less
Molecular Farming - plant biologicals By Shara Cohen
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"Plant biotechnology offers an unprecendented opportunity to produce modern, recombinant pharmaceutical proteins at scale, quickly and at low cost. In essence, a “low-tech high... More > technology”, it has the potential to address many of the global health issues that cannot be solved using conventional technologies. This meeting followed on from the first Molecular Farming meeting in January 2006, and visited the latest advances and enabling technologies, and reviewed the progress that is being made towards the first commercial products." Chair: Professor Julian Ma, St Georges Hospital, University of London, UK.< Less

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