MOLECULAR CELL BIOLOGY LODISH 4TH EDITION

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Lodish H, Berk A, Zipurskies SL, et al. Molecular Cell Biology. fourth edition. New York: W. H. Freeman; 2000.


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Harvey Lodish, Member of the National Academyof Sciences, is a Member of the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research andProfessor of Biology at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His laboratory studiessignaling by the erythropoietin, TGFβ, and also insulin receptors, and also the functionsof a family of mammalian fatty acid transporters.

Arnold Berk, Professor and also Director,Molecular Biology Institute, College of California at Los Angeles, does research study inthe location of transcription manage in animal cells and also the breakthrough of viral vectorsfor gene transduction.

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S. Lawrence Zipursky is a Professor ofBiological Chemistry and also an Investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute in theSchool of Medicine at the College of California, Los Angeles. His study is in thelocation of intercellular signaling and also signal transduction in the arising nervousmechanism.

Paul Matsudaira, Member of the WhiteheadInstitute for Bioclinical Research, and also Professor of Biology and Bioengineering,Massachusetts Institute of Technology, researches the regulate of cell shape and motility bythe actin cytoskeleton and investientrances the applications of microfabrication technologyfor organic research study.

David Baltieven more, Winner of the Nobel Prize inMedicine and President of the The golden state Institute of Technology, has an active lab atCaltechnology that studies molecular events in the immune system and also in the expansion ofviruses.

James E. Darnell, Member of the NationalAcademy of Sciences, Vincent Astor Professor and also Head of Molecular Cell BiologyLaboratory, The Rockefeller University, directs study on transcriptional responses tocytokines and also expansion components and the results of these responses on cell expansion andfield of expertise.