Biochemical Oscillations and Cellular Rhythms: The Molecular Bases of Periodic and Chaotic Behaviour (Cambridge Nonlinear Science Series) ebook
by Albert Goldbeter,M. J. Berridge
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Philip K. Maini, Trends in Biochemical Sciences The aim of this book is to clarify the mechanism of some of the best known rhythms at the molecular and cellular levels
Philip K. Maini, Trends in Biochemical Sciences. The importance of its contribution to the field is crystal clear. Ernst Knobil, University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston. The aim of this book is to clarify the mechanism of some of the best known rhythms at the molecular and cellular levels. The subjects considered include the enzymatic pathway that transforms sugar into ethanol in yeast in a periodic manner, and the pulsatile generation of signals of cyclic AMP, which control the rhythmic aggregation of Dictyostelium amoebae when they switch from a unicellular to a multicellular phase of development after starvation.
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This book addresses the molecular bases of some of the most important biochemical rhythms known at the cellular level. The approach rests on the analysis of theoretical models closely related to experimental observations. Among the main rhythms considered are glycolytic oscillations observed in yeast and muscle, oscillations of cyclic AMP in Dictyostelium amoebae, intracel This book addresses the molecular bases of some of the most important biochemical rhythms known at the cellular level.
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Biochemical oscillations and cellular rhythms: The molecular bases of periodic and chaotic behaviour: Albert Goldbeter. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1996.
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