By Fran Balkwill
Cytokine Molecular Biology concentrates on molecular biology recommendations for the learn of cytokines, cytokine receptors, and cytokine pushed procedures. up to date themes from the former variation are: the cloning and expressing cytokine genes;; the detection of cytokine mRNA; receptor binding reviews; the PC-specific phosphslipase C and sphingomylinases. moreover, new issues lined are the purification, sequencing, and synthesis of cytokines; learning cytokine gene polymorphisms; using proteomics in cytokine study; and the Jak/STAT and MAPK signalling pathways. Written by means of specialists within the box, Cytokine Molecular Biology and Cytokine mobile Biology shape a accomplished and crucial consultant to cytokine examine.
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