Molecular Biology of Cancer
Molecular Plant Pathology
Bioinformatics: Genes, Proteins and Computers
Functional and Molecular Glycobiology
Fiona Macdonald, Christopher Ford, Alan Casson
March 25, 2004
Molecular Biology of Cancer has been extensively revised and covers heredity cancer, microarray technology and increased study of childhood cancers. It continues to provide a detailed overview of the process which lead to the development and proliferation of cancer cells, including the...
September 04, 2003
Molecular Toxicology is a concise introduction to the subject, taking the reader through the theoretical principles of toxicology followed by specific examples. In the first section, the concepts behind possible mechanisms of toxicity are described (e.g. the specific enzyme or receptor system)...
July 24, 2003
Studies of the interactions between plants and their viral, bacterial and fungal pathogens are of major importance in plant and crop production. More than 10% of potential agricultural yield is lost to these organisms annually worldwide, and major epidemics can cause significant local economic and...
Christine Orengo, David Jones, Janet Thornton
November 01, 2002
Bioinformatics, the use of computers to address biological questions, has become an essential tool in biological research. It is one of the critical keys needed to unlock the information encoded in the flood of data generated by genome, protein structure, transcriptome and proteome...
Dr Susan Brooks, Dr M Dwek, Udo Schumacher
October 01, 2002
Functional and Molecular Glycobiology explains the chemistry of carbohydrates, and the biosynthesis and diversity of different types of glycans. It looks at the functional role of glycoconjugate compounds in normal cellular processes, in both disease and development. The book also describes how...