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by John Hancock
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Biological Sciences
  • Author:
    John Hancock
  • ISBN:
    0582312671
  • ISBN13:
    978-0582312678
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  • Publisher:
    Prentice Hall (November 19, 1997)
  • Pages:
    224 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Biological Sciences
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Dr John Hancock, Reader in Molecular Biology, Faculty of Applied Science, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK.

Paperback: 341 pages.

Dr John Hancock, Reader in Molecular Biology, Faculty of Applied Science, University of the West of England, Bristol, U. The book is a good survey of cell signaling pathways in development and disease

The book is a good survey of cell signaling pathways in development and disease.

John T. Hancock is Professor of Cell Signalling at the University of the West of England.

Cell Signalling presents a carefully structured introduction to this intricate subject, introducing those conserved features . Dr John Hancock is Reader in Molecular Biology in the Faculty of Applied Science at the University of the West of England, Bristol, UK.

Cell Signalling presents a carefully structured introduction to this intricate subject, introducing those conserved features that underlie many different extra- and intracellular signalling systems Dr John Hancock is Reader in Molecular Biology in the Faculty of Applied Science at the University of the West of England, Bristol, UK.

Cell Signalling book. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. by. John T. Hancock (Goodreads Author).

John Hancock is Professor of Cell Signalling at the University of the West of England.

Signalling within and between cells is an essential part of many biological processes, from the development of the body, to the activity of our immune system. Recent advances in molecular cell biology have allowed us to identify the components of signalling pathways, and examine how they interact to form the carefully orchestrated and controlled networks upon which the complexity of a living organism is built.

Signalling within and between cells is an essential part of many biological processes, from the development of the body to the activity of our immune system.

This text provides a concise and clear introduction to the molecular components which can be used by cells to signal either to each other, or to signal from their surface to their interiors. The text takes a generic approach, describing components of animals, plants and prokaryotes, and as such is not restricted to any particular field. Cell Signalling begins with an overview chapter, exploring concepts applicable to all areas of the subject. Subsequent chapters concentrate on the use of extracellular signals and their perception and then focus on intracellular components, such as G proteins, cAMP, inositol metabolism and calcium. Final chapters discuss free radical signals such as nitric oxide and hydrogen peroxide, and give examples of signalling pathways, such as those induced by insulin.

olgasmile
This is a good intro to cell signaling book; however, it isn't as thorough as sometimes I needed the information to be. I had to frequently refer to Albert's cell textbook to fully grasp concepts from my cell signaling course (even though this was the required text).
INwhite
The book is a good survey of cell signaling pathways in development and disease.It is marred by poor editing in parts despite the fact it is the Third Edition and the publisher is Oxford University Press after all. The graphics help save the day and they are both instructive and illucidative.
Kabei
Despite being rife with spelling errors (the title is misspelled....), the book was not too bad. However, it seems to be obsessed with relating signaling pathways with using Viagra. I wish the pictures were a little better- pretty boring just being black, white, and blue images. Not images, drawings rather. Each chapter has a very good Abstract and Intro, but then it seems to get derailed somewhere in the middle. Not a book I'd want to keep, but I can't sell it back because I wrote in it.
blac wolf
My book came within 4 days (I live in California). I was really happy to find that it was wrapped well enough to protect my paperback book. Thank you so much.
shustrik
Very informative and as an easy read. It was more useful as a dictionary (in a way) for chemical pathways.
Nuadora
Was delivered wet with mold stainings.
Diredefender
A little bit of easy book, comfortale explanations to me. I think this book might be readed to beginner of biologist.
The book is to the point without being too light. I read this cover to cover fo a course. I found the diagrams simple and easy to follow. The text includes simple descriptions of pathways and mechanisms of cell signaling. It also included some small pieces of information that were related and made the subject matter more memorable. It is a quick read with good points.