Essential Cell Biology

Essential Cell Biology, 4th Edition  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Grev27 at Jan. 13, 2014
Essential Cell Biology, 4th Edition

Bruce Alberts, Julian Lewis, Martin Raff, Peter Walter, Dennis Bray, Karen Hopkin, Alexander D Johnson, "Essential Cell Biology, 4th Edition"
English | ISBN: 0815344546, 0815344554 | 2013 | PDF | 865 pages | 70,9 MB

Essential Cell Biology, 3rd Edition (Repost)  

Posted by nebulae at May 12, 2014
Essential Cell Biology, 3rd Edition (Repost)

Bruce Alberts, Dennis Bray, "Essential Cell Biology, 3rd Edition"
English | 2009 | ISBN-10: 0815341296, 081534130X | 860 pages | PDF | 63 MB

Cell biology assays: Essential methods  

Posted by fdts at May 24, 2014
Cell biology assays: Essential methods

Cell biology assays: Essential methods
by Kreitzer Geri, Julio E. Celis
English | 2009 | ISBN: 0123751527 | 298 pages | PDF | 2.53 MB

Thomas Dean Pollard, Cell Biology (Repost)  

Posted by Direktor69 at Aug. 10, 2013
Thomas Dean Pollard, Cell Biology (Repost)

Thomas Dean Pollard, Cell Biology
ISBN: 1416022554 | edition 2007 | CHM | 928 pages | 181 mb

A masterful introduction to the cell biology that you need to know! This critically acclaimed textbook offers you a modern and unique approach to the study of cell biology. It emphasizes that cellular structure, function, and dysfunction ultimately result from specific macromolecular interactions. You'll progress from an explanation of the "hardware" of molecules and cells to an understanding of how these structures function in the organism in both healthy and diseased states. The exquisite art program helps you to better visualize molecular structures. Covers essential concepts in a more efficient, reader-friendly manner than most other texts on this subject.

Nature Review: Molecular Cell Biology Volume 8 (2007)  Magazines

Posted by matmochue at Sept. 8, 2007
Nature Review: Molecular Cell Biology Volume 8 (2007)

Nature Review: Molecular Cell Biology Volume 8 (No1-9)
English | PDF | 42.5 MB

Molecular cell biology is a marriage of two distinct, yet complementary, disciplines. In its traditional sense, the term 'molecular biology' refers to study of the macromolecules essential to life — nucleic acids and proteins. The field of cell biology is a natural extension of this, integrating what we know at the molecular level into an understanding of processes and interactions at the cellular level. Only by combining both fields can we paint a broad picture of essential biological processes such as how cells divide, grow, communicate and die.

Nature Review: Molecular Cell Biology Volume 6  

Posted by matmochue at Sept. 4, 2007
Nature Review: Molecular Cell Biology Volume 6

Nature Review: Molecular Cell Biology Volume 6
English | PDF | 74,6 MB

Molecular cell biology is a marriage of two distinct, yet complementary, disciplines. In its traditional sense, the term 'molecular biology' refers to study of the macromolecules essential to life — nucleic acids and proteins. The field of cell biology is a natural extension of this, integrating what we know at the molecular level into an understanding of processes and interactions at the cellular level. Only by combining both fields can we paint a broad picture of essential biological processes such as how cells divide, grow, communicate and die.

Nature Review: Molecular Cell Biology Volume 5 (2004)  

Posted by matmochue at Sept. 1, 2007
Nature Review: Molecular Cell Biology Volume 5 (2004)

Nature Review: Molecular Cell Biology Volume 5
English | PDF | 28 MB

Molecular cell biology is a marriage of two distinct, yet complementary, disciplines. In its traditional sense, the term 'molecular biology' refers to study of the macromolecules essential to life — nucleic acids and proteins. The field of cell biology is a natural extension of this, integrating what we know at the molecular level into an understanding of processes and interactions at the cellular level. Only by combining both fields can we paint a broad picture of essential biological processes such as how cells divide, grow, communicate and die.

Nature Review: Molecular Cell Biology Volume 4 (2003)  

Posted by matmochue at Sept. 1, 2007
Nature Review: Molecular Cell Biology Volume 4 (2003)

Nature Review: Molecular Cell Biology Volume 4
English | PDF | 123 MB

Molecular cell biology is a marriage of two distinct, yet complementary, disciplines. In its traditional sense, the term 'molecular biology' refers to study of the macromolecules essential to life — nucleic acids and proteins. The field of cell biology is a natural extension of this, integrating what we know at the molecular level into an understanding of processes and interactions at the cellular level. Only by combining both fields can we paint a broad picture of essential biological processes such as how cells divide, grow, communicate and die.

Nature Review: Molecular Cell Biology Volume 3 (2002)  

Posted by matmochue at Sept. 1, 2007
Nature Review: Molecular Cell Biology Volume 3 (2002)

Nature Review: Molecular Cell Biology Volume 3
English | PDF | 174 MB

Molecular cell biology is a marriage of two distinct, yet complementary, disciplines. In its traditional sense, the term 'molecular biology' refers to study of the macromolecules essential to life — nucleic acids and proteins. The field of cell biology is a natural extension of this, integrating what we know at the molecular level into an understanding of processes and interactions at the cellular level. Only by combining both fields can we paint a broad picture of essential biological processes such as how cells divide, grow, communicate and die.

The Role of Microtubules in Cell Biology, Neurobiology, and Oncology  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by MoneyRich at Oct. 22, 2016
The Role of Microtubules in Cell Biology, Neurobiology, and Oncology

The Role of Microtubules in Cell Biology, Neurobiology, and Oncology by Antonio Tito Fojo
English | 9 July 2008 | ISBN: 1588292940 | 587 Pages | PDF | 9 MB

This book presents the first comprehensive exploration of the dynamic potential of microtubules anti-cancer targets. Written by leading anti-cancer researchers, this groundbreaking volume collects the most current microtubule research available and investigates the potential of microtubules in cancer therapy.