Culture of Cells for Tissue Engineering (Culture of Specialized Cells) Step-by-step, practical guidance for the acquisition, manipulation, and use of cell sources for tissue engineering
Tissue engineering is a multidisciplinary field incorporating the principles of biology, chemistry, engineering, and medicine to create biological substitutes of native tissues for scientific research or clinical use. Specific...
Wi-Fi Handbook: Building 802.11b Wireless Networks
Detailing the design and deployment of 802.11b networks in every flavor and size, this working handbook delivers the hands-on expertise you need—complete with illustrative case studies. From one-cell home systems to global provider networks, Wi-Fi Handbook provides the A-Z facts, details, tips, and strategies you need to...
Modern Biocatalysis: Stereoselective and Environmentally Friendly Reactions This reference covers the wide and rapidly growing field of biocatalysis. It combines complementary expertise from such areas as microbiology, enzymology, molecular biology, structural biology and organic chemistry, this highlighting the interdisciplinary nature of the subject. With its special focus on progress and new developments towards... Apoptosome: An up-and-coming therapeutical tool
"Apoptosome" is the first book that presents a concise synthesis of recent developments in the understanding of how the activation of the cell death cascade is handled by a cytosolic signalling platform known as the apoptosome.
The book also discusses how insights into the regulation of apoptosome may be exploited for designing...
Waterlogging Signalling and Tolerance in Plants
Waterlogging is a major problem for plant cultivation in many regions of the world.
This book combines both academic and practical aspects of this topic. Based on recent progress in cell and molecular biology, various facets of waterlogging signalling and tolerance are addressed, starting from the molecular level, through membrane...
Diagnostic Atlas of Common Eyelid Diseases
For any clinician dealing with ophthalmic diseases, individual lesions of the eyelid and conjunctiva
can be extremely confusing. From a practical perspective such lesions are either benign or
malignant, and can be cystic or solid, melanotic or amelanotic. Certainly the most important
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