Cell Press Reviews: Core Concepts in Cell Biology

Cell Press Reviews: Core Concepts in Cell Biology

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Written by leading cell biologists and curated by Cell Press editors, reviews in the Cell Press Reviews: Core Concepts in Cell Biology publication informs, inspires, and connects cell biologists at all stages in their careers with timely, comprehensive insight into the most recent exciting developments across cell biology and hot topics within core areas of the field including: Signaling mechanisms and membrane biology Cytoskeletal self-organization and cell polarity Organelle dynamics and biogenesis Morphogenesis and cell motility Chromatin and genome organization in nuclear function Contributions come from leading voices in cell biology, who are defining the future of their field, including: - Tom Misteli, National Cancer Institute - Galit Lahav, Harvard Medical School - Scott D. Emr, Cornell University - David G. Drubin, University of California, Berkeley - Tom Rapoport, Harvard Medical School - Anthony A. Hyman, Max Planck Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology, Dresden This publication is part of the Cell Press Reviews series, which features reviews published in Cell Press primary research and Trends reviews journals. a€c Provides timely, comprehensive coverage across a broad range of cell biological topics a€c Offers foundational knowledge and expert insights to students and others new to the field a€c Features reviews from leaders in cell biology research and discussion of future directions for the field a€c Includes articles originally published in Cell, Current Biology, Developmental Cell, and Trends in Cell BiologySar1 therefore strongly contrasts with Rac1 or K-Ras, whose binding is governed by electrostatics. Sar1 binds better to ... and dynamics (Shibata et al., 2009). Considering the two broad territories defined above, the question then arisesanbsp;...


Title:Cell Press Reviews: Core Concepts in Cell Biology
Author: Cell Press
Publisher:Elsevier - 2013-11-29
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