Nova Publishers
My Account Nova Publishers Shopping Cart
HomeBooksSeriesJournalsReference CollectionseBooksInformationSalesImprintsFor Authors
            
  Top » Catalog » Books » My Account  |  Cart Contents  |  Checkout   
Quick Find
  
Use keywords to find the product you are looking for.
Advanced Search
What's New? more
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Recognition, Differential Diagnosis and Long-Term Effects
$82.00
Shopping Cart more
0 items
Information
Shipping & Returns
Privacy Notice
Conditions of Use
Contact Us
Notifications more
NotificationsNotify me of updates to Microbiology and Molecular Biology Research Summaries
Tell A Friend
 
Tell someone you know about this product.
Microbiology and Molecular Biology Research Summaries
Retail Price: $195.00
10% Online Discount
You Pay:

$175.50
Editors: Akemi Hirashi and Haruto Fujimoto
Book Description:
This new book compiles biographical sketches of top professionals in the field of microbiology and molecular biology, as well as research summaries from a number of different focuses in these important fields. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical)

We’ve partnered with Copyright Clearance Center to make it easy for you to request permissions to reuse Nova content.
For more information, click here or click the "Get Permission" button below to link directly to this book on Copyright Clearance Center's website.


Table of Contents:
Preface pp. i-xxiii

Chance for Plants: Wider Possibilities and Capabilities;pp. 1
(K.Boka,N.Orban)

Daughter Cells Self-Renew through Asymmetric Division;pp. 3
(V.V.Terskikh,V.A.Vasiliev,E.A.Vorotelyak)

Daughter Cells and Stem Cells: Properties and Characteristics;pp. 5
(C.Bianchini,A.Ciorba,R.Piva,S.Pelucchi,A.Pastore)

Unique Behavior of Daughter Cells in Chlorarachniophytes;pp. 7
(Shuhei Ota)

Dentric Cells: Subtypes,Life Cycle,Activation,Biological Functions and Their Exploitation in Cancer Immunotherapy;pp. 9
(K. Breckpot,A.Bonehill,J.L.Aerts,K.Thielemans)

Regulation of the Immune Response by Innate Lymphocyte and Dendritic Cell Cross Talk;pp. 11
(A.Reschner,I.Langers,V.Renoux,P.Delvenne,N.Jacobs)

Toll-Like Receptor 2 Mediated Dendritic Cell Activation - Key Target for Lipopeptide Vaccines Design;pp. 13
(M.Zaman,M.Skwarczynski,I.Toth)

Generation of Dendritic Cells:A Critical Comparison Of Different Methodological Approaches;pp. 15
(I.Mucci,A.Legitimo,R.Consolini)

Spleen as a Distinct Site for Dendritic Cell Haematopoiesis;pp. 17
(J.K.H.Tan,H.C.O,Neill)

Age-Associated Changes in Dendritic Cells and Implications for Infectious Diseases,Cancer and Inflammation;pp. 19
(Yuping Deng)

Phenotypes and Distribution of Dendritic Cells in Peripheral Blood and Tissues in Cattle;pp. 21-22
(K.Miyazawa,T.Kanaya,S.Tanaka,H.Kitazawa,M.T.Rose,T.Yamaguchi,H.Aso)

Scavenger Receptors and their Roles in the Maturation of Human Peripheral Blood Dendritic Cells;pp. 23

Evaluation of the Immunomodulatory Activity of Herbal Medicines Using Dendritic Cells;pp. 25
(J.-M.Chang,Y.-R.Lee,C-H.Tsai)

Role of Dendritic Cells in HIV Infection:DC-Sign and Novel Therapeutic Approaches;pp. 27-28
M.Agudelo,Z.Saiyed,T.Samikkannu,P.Khatavkar,N.Gandhi,N.Nair,M.Nair)

Dendritic Cell-Based Immunotherapy of Cancer:Current Pitfalls and Challenges;pp. 29-30
(G.Ferlazzo,L.Moretta)

DNA Instability in Premature Ageing;pp. 31
(L.S.Cox,I.Boubriak)

Recent Advances on DNA Damage,its Repair and Genomic Stability of Green Algae Chlamydomonas ReinhardtII and other Photoautotrophic Eukaryotes;pp. 33-34
(A.Sevcovicova,A.Hercegova)

Spleen as a Distinct Site for Dendritic Cell Haematopoiesis;pp. 35

Intra S.-Phase Checkpoint;pp. 35
(D.R.Tasat,J.S.Yakisich)

Multiplex Cell Free Assays to Apprehend DNA Repair Responses:Application to Ageing Study;pp. 37-38
(S.Sauvaigo,A.-L.Raffin,J.-F.Millau,A.Nkengne,T.Oddos)

Involvement of the Cell Cycle Inhibitor P21 CDKN1A in DNA Repair;
pp.39-40
(M.Tillhon,O,Cassalini,L.A.Stivala,A.I.Scovassi,E.Prosperi))

7,8-Dihydro-8-Oxoguanine,A Major Form of Oxidative DNA Damage, and Its Repair System;pp. 41
(Takeshi Hirano)

Participation of Heat Shock Proteins in DNA Repair Mechanisms in Cencer;pp. 43-44
(S.Nadin,D.R.Ciocca)

DNA Damage Repair in Testicular Germ Cells of Ageing Men;pp. 45-46
(M.El-Monyati,H.El-Fakahany,D.Sakkas)

Nucleotide-Excision Repair Deficiency: A Causative Factor for Accelerated Aging Diseases in Humans?;pp. 47
(Ming Yin,Qingyi Wei)

Historical Development of Uncaria Preparations and their Related Bioactive Components;pp. 49-50
(Ronald W.Pero)

DNA Damage Response and Repair:Mechanism in Aging and Cancer;pp. 51
(P.J.Vlachostergios,I.A.Voutsadakis)

DNA Repair Gene XPC Codon939 Polymorphism and AFB1-RFelated Hepatocellular Carcinoma Risk in Guangxi Population,China;pp. 53-54
(X.D.Long,Y.-F.Zhou,J.-G.Yao,P.Liao,Y.-J.Tang,Z.-S.Huang,B.-P.Chen,
X.-Y.Huang,C.Wang,A.-M.Ma.Y.Yi,Q.-X.Liang,Y.-L.Lu)

Influence of Age on Expression of DNA Repair Genes in Arabidopsis;
pp. 55
(M.J.Osmond,B.A.Kunz)

Trafficking and Endocytosis of Alzheimer Amyloid Protein;pp. 57
(R.Tikkanen,A.Banning,M.Meister)

The NA/K-ATPase Endocytosis and Signaling;pp. 59
(J.Liu,J.I.Shapiro)

Endocytosis in Urothelial Umbrella Cells: Endocytic Vesicles Traffic;pp. 61
(E.J.Grasso,R.O.Calderon)

Need to Endocytose:? ABL to Help;pp. 63
(M.Jacob)

Cellular Uptake Mechanism of Inorganic Nanovehicles for Drug Delivery: Structural Features and Endocytic Pathway;pp. 65
(J.-H.Choy,S.J.Choi,J.-M.Oh)

LIM Kinase 1/Cofilin Signaling Pathway Plays a Pivotal Role in Regulation EGF Receptor Endocytosis in Invasive Human Breast Cancer Cells;pp. 67-68
(Y.Nishimura,K.Yoshioka,K.Itoh)

Sialic Acids as Modulators of Endocytosis: The Case of Dendritic Cells;pp. 69-70
(M.G.Cabral,H.J.Crespo,A.R.Piteira,D.Ligeiro,P.A.Videira)

Macropinocytosis: Possible Mechanisms of Cellular Entry of Arginine-Rich Intracellular Delivery Peptides;pp. 71-72
(B.Revon Liu,C.Y.Chen,R.-L.Chen,H.-J.Chiang,Y.-w.Huang,H.-J.Lee)

Syndapin and Synaptic Endocytosis;pp. 73
(L.Brodin,J.Jakobsson,F.Ackermann,F.Andersson,P.Low)

Endocutosis: A Promising Approach for Gene Transfer Technology;pp. 75-76
(Chiaki Hidai)

Rab5 Mediated Caveolae Endocytosis;pp. 77
(Y.Yamamoto,T.Tadokoro,M.Hagiwara)

Endocytic Dysfunctyion and Alzheimer‘s Disease;pp. 79
(Nobuyuki Kimura)

Techniques in Cancer Epigenetics;pp. 81
(M.Cummings,L.Smith)

Melatonin: Epigenetic Mechanisms in Cancer Inhibition;pp. 83-84
(A.Korkmaz,R.J.Reiter)

The Epigenetic (Re)Programming of Phenotypic Differences in Behavior;pp. 85-86
(P.O.McGowan,M.J.Meaney,M.Szyf)

Role of H3 Phosphorylation in Different Biological Processes in Normal and Disease States;pp. 87-88
(G.P.Delcuve,P.S.Espino,J.R.Davie)

The Role of DNA Methylation in Colorectal Cancer;pp. 89
(Ivana Fridrichova)

Epigenetic Clues to Arthritic Diseases;pp. 91-92
(H.I.Roach,E.L.Williams)

Evolution of the Fpg/Nei Family of DNA Glycosylases;pp. 93
(D.E.Pumo,R.Barrantes-Reynolds,S.Kathe,S.S.Wallace,J.P.Bond)

The Clinical and Etiological Relevance of MLH1 Promoter Hypermethylation in Ovarian Tumors;pp. 95-96
(T.Pal,O.T.Mueller)

Epigenetic Role in Longevity Echoes Conserved Stress Survival Strategies;pp. 97-98
(Joan Smith Sonneborn)

Epigenetics and Neurodegeneration: A Connection Overlooked;pp. 99-100
(S.C.Marques,C.M.F.Pereira,T.F.Outeiro)

DNA Methylation Changed by 5-Azacytidine Can Affect Normal Fetal and Placental Development;pp. 101
(L.Serman,M.Vlahovic,N.Sincic,F.Bulic-Jakus,
G.Juric-Lekic,A.Serman,A.Katusic)

Epigenetic Analysis in Breast Cancer Progression;pp. 103
(F.A.Orlando,L.M.Dyer,K.D.Brown)

Cancer Epigenetics;pp. 105
(F.A.Orlando,B.Demircan,K.D.Brown)

Golgi Organization and Stress Sensing;pp. 107-108
(S.Chandran,C.Machamer)

Functional Relationships Between Golgi Dynamics and Lipid Metabolism and Transport;pp. 109-110
(A.Goto,N.Ridgway)

Signaling Pathways Controlling Mitotic Golgi Breakdown in Mammalian Cells;pp. 111-112
(I.Lopez-Sanchez,P.A.Lazo)

Golgi Apparatus and Hypericin-Mediated Photodynamic Action;pp. 113
(C.Xu,X.Xia,H.Zhang,A.W.Leung)

Role of the Trans-Golgi Network (TGN) in the Sorting of Nonenzymic Lysosomal Proteins;pp. 115-116
(M.Canuel,L.Yuan,C.R.Morales)

Golgi Apparatus Functions in Manganese Homeostasis and Detoxification;pp. 117
(R.Ortega,A.Carmona)

Molecular Chaperones of the Endoplasmic Reticulum;pp. 119
(Martin Schroder)

Type III Secretion Chaperones: A Molecular Toolkit for All Occasions;pp. 121-122
(Matthew S.Francis)

Advances in Heat Shock Proteomics: Towards a Better Understanding of the Physiology and Pathophysiology of Molecular Chaperones;pp. 123-124
(R.Scatena,P.Bottoni,B.Giardina)

System Specific Chaperones for Membrane Redox Enzyme Maturation in Bacteria;pp. 125
(R.J.Turner,T.M.L.Winstone,Vy A.Tran,C.S.Chan)

Role of Molecular Biology in Molecular Imaging;pp. 127-128
(A.Mukherjee,M.L.Thakur)

Yeast Protein Aggregates, Containing Chaperones and Glucose Metabolism Enzymes;pp. 129-130
(O.V.Nevzglyadova,A..Artemov,A.G.Mittenberg,E.V.Mikkhailova,
I.M.Kuznetsova,K.K.Turoverov,T.R.Soidla)

Structure and Multiple Functions of Cyclophilin 40: A Divergent Loop Cyclophilin;pp. 131-132
(T.Ratajczak,B.K.Ward,C.Cluning,R.K.Allan)

Free-Living Protists as a Model for Studying Heat Shock Proteins in the Cell;pp. 133-134
A.V.Goodkov,A.O.Smurov,Y.I.Podlipaeva)

Quality Control in the Secretory Pathway;pp. 135
)J.Jung,H.Coe,J.Groenendyk,M.Michalak)

Structure, Properties and Multiple Functions of Human Small Heat Shock Protein HspB8 (Hsp22, H11 Protein Kinase or E2IG1);pp. 137-138
(A.A.Shemetov,E.V.Mymrikov,A.S.Seit-Nebi,N.B.Gusev)

Small Stress Proteins and Their Therapeutic Potential;pp. 139
(S.Houck,J.G.Ghosh,J.I.Clark)

The Eukaryotic Chaperonin CCT (TRic): Structure,Mechanisms of Action and Substrate Diversity;141-142
(Julie Grantham

The Role of Molecular Chaperones in Plant Stress Response;pp. 143
(Y.Oono,Y.Wakasa,L.Yang,F.Takaiwa)

Chaperone Activity of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins;pp. 145
(D.Kovacs,P.Tompa)

Fluorescence Study on Aggregation of -Crystallin and Insulin;
pp. 147-148
(N.L.Vekshin)

The Induction of Hepatic Heat Shock Protein 27 and 70 by an Anti-Hepatitis Drug-Bicyclol and Its Role in Protection against Liver
Injury;pp. 149-150
(G.-T.Liu,X.-Q.Bao)

Plant Heat Shock Proteins as Molecular Chaperones in Normal and Stress Conditions;pp. 151
(Biliana Grigorova)

Different Mechanisms Responsible for Stress Resistance Operate in the Same Insect Order (Diptera);pp. 153-154
(D.G.Garbuz,O.G.Zatsepina,I.Yushenova,A.Przhiboro,M.B.Evgen'ev)

Bi-Directional Hsp Response in Homeothermic Livestock;pp. 155
(Ariel Shabtay

The Chaperonin Containing T-Complex Polypeptide: Do Monomeric Subunits Have Discrete Individual Functions?;pp. 157-158
(S.Kathju,L.Satish)

Evidence for In Vivo Phosphorylation of Hsp26 from Saccharomyces cerevisiae;pp. 159
(D.N.Peixoto,R.M.Ferreira,V.M.F.Paschoalin,J.T.Silva)

Cryopreservation of Pluripotent Stem Cells: From Slow Cooling Protocols to Slow Cooling;pp. 161-162
(H.Ichikawa,K.Sasaki)

Bone Tissue Engineering Approaches and Challenges Using Bioactive Ceramic;pp. 163
(Manitha B.Nair)

Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Hepatocytes as an Alternative to Human Adult Hepatocytes;pp. 165
(T.Katsuda,Y.Sakai,T.Ochiya)

Production of Cells with the Patient’s Genotype by Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Technique;pp. 167
(S.Simonsson,D.Vizlin-Hodzic,L.Enochson,C.Borestrom,A.Lindahl)

Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Technology for the Study of Neurodegenerative Diseases;pp. 169
(S.Kitaoka,H.Kondoh,H.Inoue)

Generation of Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells from Cord Blood Cells;pp. 171
(N.Nishishita,C.Takenaka,N.Fusaki,S.Kawamata)

Focus in Andrology and Male;pp. 173-174
(F.Dimitriadis,M.Saito)

Neutrophils: Markers of Biological Age and Predictors of Longevity;pp. 175-176
(P.Alonso-Fernandez,I.Mate,M.De la Fuente)

Neutrophils: Phagocytes and Gate Keepers of Inflamation;pp. 177
(I.Wessels,J.Jansen,L.Rink,P.Uciechowski)

Neutrophil Activation Induced by Plant;pp. 179-180
(G.Pereira-da-Silva,M.C.Roque-Barreira)

Natural Agents Against Neutrophil Involvement in H.pylori Induced Chronic Gastritis;pp. 181
(S.Pendas,F.Kottakis,A.Asiminas,M.Kontou,Ch.Befani,G.Koliakos,
T.Choli-Papadopoulou)

The Role of Neutrophils and TRAIL in BCG Immunotherapy for Bladder Cancer;pp. 183
(M.P.Simons,K.G.Leidal,S.J.McCormick,T.S.Griffith,W.M.Nauseef)

Regulation of Neutrophil Homeostasis by Spontaneous Apoptotic Death;pp. 185
(H.R.Luo,B.Bajrami)

Modulation of Neutrophil Function by Short Chain Fatty Acids;pp. 187
(M.A.R.Vinolo,H.G.Rodrigues,E.Hatanaka,R.Curi)

Roles of Flagellin of Enteropathogenic Escherichia Coli in Neutrophil Functions;pp. 189-190
(Jung Mogg Kim)

The Effect of Rhodobacter Capsulatus Lipopysaccharide on Human Blood Phagocytes: A Functional Response and Protection from the Endotoxin-Induced Apoptosis;pp. 191-192
(M.G.Vinokurov,M.M.Yurinskaya,I.R.Prokhorenko,S.V.Grachev)

Neutrophil Responsiveness and Proinflammatory Activity of Bronchoalveolar Lavage Fluid in Patients on Exacerbation of Pulmonary
Tuberculosis;pp. 193
(O.P.Makarova,L.N.Shishkina,A.P.Ogirenko,V.A.Shkurupiy)

The Respiratory Oxidative Burst and its Clinical Manifestations;
pp. 195-196
(Paul T.King)

Role of Neutrophils in Acute Myocardial Infarction;pp. 197
(F.Montecucco,A.Quercioli,F.Mach)

Neutrophil Activation in Behçet‘s Disease: Implications for Mucocutaneous Conditionsloo;pp. 199
(T.Yamamoto,Y.Kato)

Functions of the Phagocyte NADPH Oxidase and Chronic Granulomatous Disease (CGD);pp. 201
(A.Yamauchi,F.Kuribayashi)

Neutrophil-Derived Defensin in Ulcerative Colitis;pp. 203
(T.Sakiyama,H.Uto,S.Kanmura,H.Tsubouchi)

Redox State and Oncogenes in Breast Cancer;pp. 205
(E.A.Ostrakhovitch)

Regulating C-Myb in Real Time;pp. 207
(A.M.Quintana,S.A.Ness)

Cell Surface Oncoproteomics: Cancer Biomarker Discovery and Clinical Applications;pp. 209
(K.L.Kaufman,S.Mactier,P.Kohnke,R.I.Christopherson)

Finding for New Site Specific References for Oncoprotein Tumor Markers: An Example from Thai Context;pp. 211
(Viroj Wiwanitkit)

Oncogenic Activity of Epstein-Barr Virus Encoded Latent Membrane Protein 1 in Undifferentiated Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma;pp. 213
(T.-S.Wong,J.Y.-W.Chan,V.S.-H.To,R.K.-Y.Tsang,W.-K.Ho,W.I.Wei)

Oncoprotein in Tropical Infection: A Story in Tropical Medicine;
pp. 215
(Viroj Wiwanitkit)

False Positive in Laboratory Investigation for Oncoprotein: A Diagnostic Pitfall;pp. 217
(Viroj Wiwanitkit)

E7 Oncoprotein of Human Papillomarvirus: Functions and Strategies of Inactivation for the Treatment of HPV-Associated Cancer;pp. 219-220
(Maria Gabriella Dona)

Oncogene Proteins as Tumor Markers;pp. 221
(Viroj Wiwanitkit)

Cyclopentenone Prostaglandins: Signalling Mechanisms and Opportunities for Drug Discovery;pp. 223-224
(Dolores Perez-Sala)

Prostaglandins Regulate Growth and Transport in Cultured Renal Cells;pp. 225-226
(M.Taub,E.J.Springate,F.Cutuli)

Comparative Effects of PGE2 on Different Types of Immune Cells in Holothurian Eupentacta Fraudatrix;pp. 227-228
(L.S.Dolmatova,O.A.Zaika)

Pharmacological Differentiation of Bimatoprost and Latanoprost Induced Ocular Hypotension by a Second Generation Prostamide Antagonist (AGN 211336);pp.229-230
(F.D.Woodward,Y.Liang,W.J.Wang,C.Li,M.V.Guzman,B.A.Kharlamb,
A.L.Wheeler,E.M.Garst,W.C.R.Carling,L.C.Cornell,G.H.Fliri,L.J.Martos,.N.S.Pettit,L.D.Hopper,V.DiMarzo,G.Ortar)

Regulation of Myeloid Derived Phagocytes by Phosphatidylserine- Containing Liposomes: Possible Involvement of Prostaglandin E2 and the Potential Therapeutic Application;pp. 231
(Z.Wu,H.Nakanishi)

Cross Talk between the Receptors of Insulin and Prostacyclin on Platelets Membrane in the Enhancement of Antithrombotic Effect of Insulin;pp. 233-234
(A.K.Sinha,M.Bhattacharyya)

Is mPGES-1 an Ideal Target for Counteracting Inflammation and Escaping Cardiovascular Side Effects Associated with COX-2 Inhibitors?;pp. 235-236
(M.Kapoor,J.-P.Pelletier,J.Martel-Pelletier)

Investigation of Kinetics of Behavior of Structures of Prostaglandins of Groups A1, A2, B1, B2 and E1, E2 in Ethanol. Prostaglandin Interchange;pp. 237
(S.V.Isay,T.V.Kafanova,N.U.Kim)

Roles of Prostaglandin E2 and Its Receptors in Inflammation- Related Cardiovascular Diseases;pp. 239
(J.-i.Suzuki,M.Ogawa,K.Hishikari,K.Takayama,M.Isobe)

Regulation of Proinflammatory Transcription Factors by Cyclopentenone Prostaglandins: Involvement of Direct and Indirect Mechanisms
pp. 241-242
(E.Cernuda-Morollon,D.Perez-Sala)

Effects of Prostaglandins and Prostamides Analogues on Ocular Blood Flow;pp. 243
(M.Vetrugno,N.Cardascia,C.Sborgia)

T Helper 17 Cells Interplay with CD4+CD25highFoxp3+ Regulatory T cells in Regulating Autoimmune Inflammation;pp. 245-246
(J.Mai,A.Virtue,H.Wang,X.-F.Yang)

Human CD8 Tregs as Contender in Chronic Persisting Infections;pp. 247
(S.A.Joosten,T.H.M.Ottenhoff)

Role of Regulatory T Cells in the Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis;pp. 249-250
(K.Szklany,T.C.Koehler,W.van Eden)

Immunoregulatory Cells and Mechanisms of Immune Response;pp. 251-252
(C.Aristimuno,R.Teijeiro,C.de Andres,S.Sanchez-Ramon)

Roles of Regulatory T Cells in Oral Tolerance and Food Allergy;pp. 253
(Yusei Ohshima)

The Role of Regulatory T Cells in GVL and GVHD;pp. 255
(A.Alsuliman,P.Garland,K.Rezvani)

Regulatory T Cells and Hepatocellular Carcinoma: Implication of the Regulatory T Lymphocytes in the Control of the Immune Response;
pp. 257-258
(N.Delhem,C.Miroux,T.Vausselin)

Regulatory T Cells and Tumor Immunity in the Tumor Microenvironment;pp. 259
(L.Shen,M.R.Thompson,D.Xu)

Advantages and Disadvantages of and Cooperation between CD8+ and CD4+ Regulatory T Cells;pp. 261-262
(H.Suzuki,Y.Okuno,A.Tri Endharti)

Regulatory T Cells in Arthritis: Why Do They Fail?;pp. 263
(H.Moncrieffe,L.R.Wedderburn)

Immune Homeostasis Maintained by Tregs;pp. 265-266
(M.-H.Jang,Y.-J.Jung,H.-R.Kim,B.-I.Moon,J.-Y.Seoh)

Regulating Foxp3 by Cis Elements;pp. 267
(P.C.J.Janson,O.Winqvist)

Genetic Engineering of Antigen- Specific Regulatory T Cells;pp. 269
(E.Elinav,Z.Eshhar)

Regulatory T Cells in Allergic Disorders and Immunomodulation;pp. 271
(Kei-ichi Yamanaka)

The Number of Regulatory T Cells: Pursuit of the Golden Mean;pp. 273-274
(A.Pukhalsky,G.Shmarina,V.Alioshkin)

Telomerase beyond Telomeres: New Roles for an Old Enzyme;pp. 275-276
(Gabriele Saretzki)

Telomerase and Telomeric Proteins: A Life Beyond Telomeres;pp. 277
(I.Chiodi,C.Belgiovine,C.Mondello)

Histone Deacetylase Inhibition as an Anticancer Telomerase-Targeting Strategy;pp. 279
(Ruman Rahman)

Telomerase Role in Pituitary Adenomas;pp. 281-282
(A.Ortiz-Plata)

Regulations of Telomerase Activity and WRN Gene Expression;pp. 283
(F..Uchiumi,Y.Higami,S.-i.Tanuma)

Telomerase and Telomere Dynamics in Cancer: Clinical Application for Cancer Diagnosis;pp. 285
(E.Hiyama,K.Hiyama)

Aflatoxin B1 and Acetaldehyde Mutational Patterns in the Tumour Suppressor Gene TP53: Experimental Fingerprints Using a Functional Assay and Relevance to Human Cancer Aetiology;pp. 287-288
(V.Paget,M.Lechevrel,F.Sichel)

Curative Therapy for Terminal Cancer?;pp. 289
(Doug Dix)

Breast Cancer Screening by Methylation Analysis of Tumor Suppressor Genes in Breast Fluid;pp. 291-292
(J.S.de Groot,K.P.M.Suikerbuijk,P.J.van Diest,E.van der Wall)

Rab GTPases as Potential Tumor Suppressors;pp. 293
(C.En Lin Chua,Y.Lim,Ee Ling Ng,B.Luen Tang)

Regulation of Neutrophil Function by Tumor Suppressor PTEN;pp. 295-296
(S.Mondal,H.R.Luo)

Wnt Pathway-Independent Activities of the APC Tumor Suppressor;pp. 297
(J.R.Prosperi,K.H.Goss)

Emerging Roles of BRIT1/MCPH1 in Genome Maintenance and Tumor Suppression;pp. 299
(G.Peng,S.-Y.Lin)

The Role of Histone Deacetylase (HDAC) and EZH2 in Oncogenesis: Epigenetic Silencing of Tumor Suppressors;pp. 301-302
(J.Yamaguchi,M.Sasaki,Y.Nakanuma)

Functions of Kank1 and Carcinogenesis;pp. 303
(N.Kakinuma,Y.Zhu,T.Ogaeri,J.-i.Suzuki,Ryoiti Kiyama)

The Relationship Between MicroRNA and Tumor Suppressors;pp. 305
(D.Wu,M.Waye)

Biomarkers for Radiosensitivity and Radiosensitization Targets in Prostate Cancer;pp. 307-308
(W.W.Xiao,P.Graham,C.Power,Y.Li)

Molecular Functions of the p53 Tumor Suppressor in the Apoptotic Response to DNA Damage;pp. 309
(Kiyotsugu Yoshida)

How does Tumor Suppressor FHIT Modulate Oxidative Stress and DNA Damage Checkpoints in Early Cancer?;pp. 311
(H.Ishi,T.Saito)

Role of the Tumor Suppressor PDCD4 in the Differentiation of the Skin;pp. 313-314
(S.Matsuhashi,T.Okawa,Y.Narisawa)

Analytical Methods of the Determination of Arginine Amino Acid;pp. 315
(R.M.Callejon,C.Ubeda,A.M.Troncoso,M.L.Morales)

Alternative Metabolic Pathways of Arginine and their Pathophysiological Roles;pp. 317
(A.Hrabak.Z.Kukor)

Free Amino Acid Analysis in Natural Matrices;pp. 319
(G.Lopes,P.Valentao,P.B.Andrade)

Discovery of Argininosuccinate Synthetase and Argininosuccinate Lyase;pp. 321
Dr.Olivier Levellain)

Expression and Localization of Argininosuccinate Synthetase and Argininosuccinate Lyase in the Female and Male Rat Kidneys;pp. 323
(O.Levillain,H.Wiesinger)

Arginine-Based Surfactants.Chemical Structure and Toxicity;pp. 325
(A.Pinazo,L.Perez,M.R.Infante,M.Pilar Vinardell,M.Mitjans,
M.del Carmen Moran,V.Matinez)

Arginine: Physico-Chemical Properties, Interactions with Ion-Exchange Membranes, Recovery and Concentration by Electrodialysis;pp. 327
(T.Eliseeva,E.Krisilova,G.Oros,V.Selemenev)

Central Functions of L-Arginine and its Metabolites for Stress Behavior;pp. 329
(S.Tomonaga,D.M.Denbow,M.Furuse)

Arginine Requirement and Metabolism in Marine Fish Larvae-Review of Recent Findings;pp. 331
(Margarida Saavedra)

Arginine-Rich Cell-Penetrating Peptides in Cellular Internalization;pp.333
B.Revon Liu,H-.J.Chiang,H.-J.Lee)

Effects of Deep Sea Water on Changes in Free Amino Acids and Tolerance to Fusarium Root Rot in Mycorrhizal Asparagus Plants;pp. 335
(A.S.M.Nahiyan,M.Yokoyama,Y.Matsubara)

Influence of Arginine-Containing Peptides on the Haemostasis System;pp. 337
(Maria Golubeva,Marina Grigorjeva)

Newly Identified Transcriptional Regulation by Mcm1p at ARG1 Promoter;pp. 339
(Sungpil Yoon)

Zinc, Copper or Magnesium Supplementation against Cadmium Toxicity: An Experimental Study;pp. 341-342
(V.Matovic,Z.Plamenac Bulat,D.Djukic-Cosic,D.Soldatovic)

Nickel: Molecular Diversity, Application, Essentiality and Toxicity in Human Health;pp. 343-344
(K.K.Das,S.N.Das,S.A.Dhundasi)

Redox-Active Antimicrobial Metal Complexes with Sterically Hindered O-Diphenol and O-Aminophenol Derivatives;pp. 345-346
N.V.Loginova,T.V.Koval'chuk,G.I.Polozov,N.P.Osipovich,
A.A.Chernyavskaya,V.L.Sorokin,O.I.Shadyro)

Copper as a Biometal: An Insight on Transport, Toxicity and Tolerance in Photosynthetic Organisms;pp. 347-348
(G.S.Shekhawat,D.Kumar,K.Verma,K.Singh,S.Jana,P.Teotia,S.Yadav)

Beneficial and Adverse Effects of Phytic Acid Extract from Sweet Potato (Ipomoea Batatas);pp. 349
(Felix O.Omoruyi)

Fur (Ferric Uptake Regulation) Proteins in Cyanobacteria;pp. 351-352
(Maria F. Fillat)

Pentavalent Antimonials: Chemistry, Biochemistry and Therapeutic Perspectives;pp. 353
(C.Demicheli,F.Frezard,C.dos Santos Ferreira)

Methods for the Detection and Quantitation of Phytochelatins, A Class of Heavy Metal-Binding Peptides Produced by Higher Plants, Algae, and Some Fungi;pp. 355
(Etsuro Yoshimura)

Comparative Analysis of Metal Transportomes in Helicobacter Species: Modeling the Molecular Structures of Nickel Transporters;pp. 357-358
(P.Kiranmayi,V.Swathi Sireesha,N.Nageswara Rao Reddy)

Copper, Silver and Bacteria – Does Resistance Pose a Threat to Our Health Care System?;pp. 359
(Sylvia Franke McDevitt)

Regulation During Adaptation of Cyanobacteria to Changes in Iron Availability: A Case Study of Responses to Iron Limitation in Fremyella Diplosiphon;pp. 361-362
(B.L.Montgomery,B.Pattanaik)

Important Biometals in Humans: Transporters and Transporter Receptors;pp. 363
(Viroj Wiwanitkit)

Biometals Research in Thailand;pp. 365
(Viroj Wiwanitkit)

Metallomics: A New Tool for Studying Biometals;pp. 367
(Viroj Wiwanitkit)

Molecular Recognition of Carboxylic Acids and Carboxylate Anions by Synthetic Receptor;pp. 369-370
(I.I.Stoikov,M.N.Agafonova,L.S.Yakimova,I.S.Antipin,A.I.Konovalov)

Next Generation Molecular Imprinted Polymers: Examples of Liquid Crystalline Materials and Hydrogels for Protein Recognition;pp. 371-372
(A.-F.Mingotaud,J.Fitremann,M.Mauzac,S.RodriguezVilches,J.-B.Doucet,
C.Severac,E.Laurent,C.Binet,J.-D.Marty,G.Palaprat,M.Weyland)

Molecular Recognition and Crystal Growth;pp. 373
(J.S.Redinha,A.J.Lopes Jesus)

Spectroscopic and Microscopic Examination of Chiral Recognition at the Molecular Level;pp. 375
Marek Graff)

Molecular Imprinting: State of the Art and Applications;pp. 377-378
(N.F.Atta,A.Galal,A.M.Abdel-Mageed)

Recent Advan;pp. 379-380
(J.T.B.Huang,R.C.K.Yang,W.-K.Hung,M.J.Waring,L.Sheh)

Molecular Recognition of Odorant-Binding Proteins in Insect Olfaction;pp. 381-382
(Xin Jin,Long Zhang)

The Proteomic Code: A Molecular Recognition Code for Proteins;pp. 383
(Jan C.Biro)

On/Off‘-Switched Molecular Recognition by A Smart Aminopurine-Imprinted Polymer;pp. 385
(S.Li,A.Tiwari,M.Prabaharan)

Index

   Series:
      Microbiology Research Advances
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2013- January
   Pages: 385, 7x10 - (MIXIE)
   ISBN: 978-1-62417-303-5
   Status: AV
  
Status Code Description
AN Announcing
FM Formatting
PP Page Proofs
FP Final Production
EP Editorial Production
PR At Prepress
AP At Press
AV Available
  
Special Focus Titles
01.Violent Communication and Bullying in Early Childhood Education
02.Cultural Considerations in Intervention with Women and Children Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence
03.Chronic Disease and Disability: The Pediatric Lung
04.Fruit and Vegetable Consumption and Health: New Research
05.Fire and the Sword: Understanding the Impact and Challenge of Organized Islamism. Volume 2

Nova Science Publishers
© Copyright 2004 - 2019

Microbiology and Molecular Biology Research Summaries