Molecular biology of the cell / Bruce Alberts ... [et al.]
- 4th ed.
- New York : Garland Science 2002
- 0815332181 (hardbound)
- 0815340729 (pbk.)
- 0815338759 (DISC)
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Other format: Also available online.
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- Part I -- Introduction to the cell : Cells and genomes -- Cell chemistry and biosynthesis -- Proteins Part II -- Basic genetic mechanisms : DNA and chromosomes -- DNA replication, repair, and recombination -- How cells read the genome: from DNA to Protein -- Control of gene expression Part III -- Methods : Manipulating proteins, DNA, and RNA -- Visualizing cells Part IV -- Internal organization of the cell : Membrane structure -- Membrane transport of small molecules and the electrical properties of membranes -- Intracellular compartments and protein sorting -- Intracellular vesicular traffic -- Energy conversion: mitochondria and chloroplasts -- Cell communication -- Cytoskeleton -- Cell cycle and programmed cell death -- Mechanics of cell division Part V -- Cells in their social context : Cell junctions, cell adhesion, and the extracellular matrix -- Germ cells and fertilzation -- Development of multicellular organisms -- Histology: the lives and deaths of cells in tissues -- Cancer -- Adaptive Immune system -- Pathogens, infection, and innate immunity
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