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Control of animal cell proliferation

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Published by Academic Press in Orlando .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cell proliferation,
  • Cellular control mechanisms,
  • Cancer cells

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and indexes.

    Statementedited by Alton L. Boynton, Hyam L. Leffert.
    ContributionsBoynton, Alton L., Leffert, H. L.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH605 .C756 1985
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3025679M
    ISBN 100121230619, 0121230627
    LC Control Number85006061

    Cell - Cell - Cell division and growth: In unicellular organisms, cell division is the means of reproduction; in multicellular organisms, it is the means of tissue growth and maintenance. Survival of the eukaryotes depends upon interactions between many cell types, and it is essential that a balanced distribution of types be maintained. This is achieved by the highly regulated . Scrupulous control over cellular proliferation is essential for the survival of a multicellular organism, yet little is known about the mechanism of this control. A variety of factors are known to influence cell division in both positive and negative ways. These include diffusible factors and the results of cell-cell by: 5.

      PDF Download The Society of Cells: Cancer and Control of Cell Proliferation PDF Full Ebook. Pardee, A. (). A Restriction Point for Control of Normal Animal Cell Proliferation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 71, Rao, P. & Johnson, R. (). Mammalian cell fusion: Studies on the regulation of DNA synthesis and mitosis. Nature, , Zacharias, Helmut. Famous scholars from Kiel.

    Taylor C.W. () Phosphoinositide metabolism and control of cell proliferation. In: Miller A.O.A. (eds) Advanced Research on Animal Cell Technology. NATO ASI Series (Series E: Applied Sciences), vol Cited by: 2.   Vasculature-Associated Cell Proliferation Is Required for De Novo Organ Regeneration in Arabidopsis. We found that excised whole leaves of Arabidopsis can root without hormone supplementation, similarly to leaf blades as previously described (Chen et al., ) and at similar percentages (Supplemental Fig. S1, A and B).Because some species can Cited by:


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This book provides an understanding of mechanisms that control animal cell proliferation. Organized into five parts encompassing 17 chapters, this volume begins with an overview of the efforts to elucidate he genetic alterations that lead normal cells to become cancer cells, which have been aided considerably by the investigation of acute.

Control of Animal Cell Proliferation, Volume II discusses how animal cells become proliferatively autonomous, which results in malignant behavior.

This book begins with trends and issues on membrane structure and teratocarcinoma research. The structure and function of several growth factors and their receptors such as thrombin, transferrin. This book provides an understanding of mechanisms that control animal cell proliferation.

Organized into five parts encompassing 17 chapters, this volume begins with an overview of the efforts to elucidate he genetic alterations that lead normal cells to become cancer cells, which have been aided considerably by the investigation of acute Book Edition: 1.

Control of animal cell proliferation. Orlando: Academic Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Control of animal cell proliferation.

Orlando: Academic Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Alton L Boynton; H L. Control of Animal Cell Proliferation, Volume II discusses how animal cells become proliferatively autonomous, which results in malignant behavior.

This book begins with trends and issues on membrane structure and teratocarcinoma Edition: 1. Control of animal cell proliferation. Orlando: Academic Press, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Control of animal cell proliferation book / Contributors: Alton L Boynton; H L Leffert.

Control of Animal Cell Proliferation. Volume I | Alton L. Boynton and Hyam L. Leffert (Eds.) | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. Apr;71(4) A restriction point for control of normal animal cell proliferation. Pardee AB. This paper provides evidence that normal animal cells possess a unique regulatory mechanism to shift them between proliferative and quiescent by: Book Descriptions: Control of Animal Cell Proliferation, Volume II discusses how animal cells become proliferatively autonomous, which results in malignant behavior.

This book begins with trends and issues on membrane structure and teratocarcinoma research. The structure and function of several growth factors and their receptors such as thrombin, transferrin. Detailed protocols for a wide variety of methods provide the core of each chapter, making new methodology easily accessible.

This book is an essential laboratory manual for all undergraduates and graduates about to embark on a cell culture project.

It is a book which both experienced researchers and those new to the field will find invaluable. Control of Cell Proliferation, Organ Growth, and DNA Damage Response Operate Independently of Dephosphorylation of the Arabidopsis Cdk1 Homolog CDKA;1 Nico Dissmeyer, Annika K. Weimer, Stefan Pusch, Kristof De Schutter, Claire Lessa Alvim Kamei, Moritz K.

Nowack, Bela Novak, Gui-Lan Duan, Yong-Guan Zhu, Lieven De Veylder, Arp SchnittgerCited by: Research into the control of cell proliferation and cancer has focused on growth factors, cell cycle effectors and oncogenes, and how these are responsible for the development of cancer. This book puts the current research into perspective, suggests a br.

Animal tissue culture technology is now becoming a significant model for many scientists in various fields of biology and medicine. Despite the various developments in animal cell and tissue culture since the late s, until the early s progress in animal tissue culture was stalled due to the non-availability of a suitable cell line.

The term cell growth is used in the contexts of biological cell development and cell division (reproduction). When used in the context of cell development, the term refers to increase in cytoplasmic and organelle volume (), as well as increase in genetic material following the replication during S phase.

This is not to be confused with growth in the context of cell division. Ian Freshney, PhD, is an honorary Senior Research Fellow in the Centre for Oncology and Applied Pharmacology at the University of Glasgow.

He is a world-renowned expert on cell culture technique and has authored and edited numerous successful books, including the hugely popular Culture of Animal Cells (now in its 6th Edition), and Culture of Human Stem Cells/5(29). Abstract. Cells decide to proliferate or remain quiescent using signaling pathways that link information about the cellular environment to the G 1 phase of the cell cycle.

Progression through G 1 phase is controlled by pRB proteins, which function to repress the activity of E2F transcription factors in cells exiting mitosis and in quiescent by:   Cell Proliferation Control - Science topic Explore the latest questions and answers in Cell Proliferation Control, and find Cell Proliferation Control experts.

Questions (58). Cells Can Delay Division by Entering a Specialized Nondividing State. In the absence of a mitogenic signal to proliferate, Cdk inhibition in G 1 is maintained, and the cell cycle arrests. In some cases, cells partly disassemble their cell-cycle control system and exit from the cycle to a specialized, nondividing state called G Most cells in our body are in G 0, but the molecular Cited by: 8.

Description. Cell Proliferation is an open-access journal devoted to studies into all aspects of cell proliferation and differentiation in normal and abnormal states; control systems and mechanisms operating at inter- and intracellular, molecular and genetic levels; modification by and interactions with chemical and physical agents; mathematical modeling; and the development of new.

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Control of cell proliferation pathways by microRNAs Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Cell cycle (Georgetown, Tex.) 7(20) November. The cambium and procambium generate the majority of biomass in vascular plants. These meristems constitute a bifacial stem cell population from which xylem and phloem are specified on opposing sides by positional signals.

The PHLOEM INTERCALATED WITH XYLEM (PXY) receptor kinase promotes vascular cell division and organization. However, how Cited by: 1.Lectins and Carbohydrates in Animal Cell Adhesion and Control of Proliferation.

Book Editor(s): Prof. Dr. Hans‐Joachim Gabius. Institut für Physiologische Chemie, Tierärztliche Fakultät, Ludwig‐Maximilians‐Universität, Veterinärstraße 13, D‐ München, by: