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This volume deals with the most advanced areas of reactivation of the cell cycle in terminally differentiated cells. Terminally differentiated cells have long been regarded as irreversibly unable to proliferate. However, this view is being overturned, with great implications for both biological knowledge and potential therapeutic applications. The basic science is presented in detail and the potentialities for exploitation in cell... more...

Publisher's Note: Products purchased from 3rd Party sellers are not guaranteed by the Publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. Magnify your understanding of histology with Color Atlas and Text of Histology--the student’s go-to tool for histology mastery! The Seventh Edition of this text and atlas combines traditional topics with... more...

Publisher’s Note:   Products purchased from 3rd Party sellers are not guaranteed by the Publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. Master histology with idealized and actual photomicrography! This thirteenth edition of Atlas of Histology with Functional Correlations (formerly diFiore’s) provides a rich understanding of the basic histology... more...

Reprint of: Cytogenetic and Genome Research 2009, Vol. 124, No. 3-4 Our understanding of the function and structure of chromosomes and their interrelationship has grown in recent years. The chapters in this issue describe the advances that have been made possible by combining microscope techniques with sophisticated biochemical and genetic approaches to unlock the secrets of chromosomes. The authors look at many aspects of chromosome biology, such as... more...

DNA Methylation: Approaches, Methods and Applications describes the relation DNA methylation has to gene silencing in disease, and explores its promising role in treating cancer. Written by leaders in the field, this exceptional compilation of articles outlines the best techniques to use when addressing questions concerning the cytosine methylation status of genomic DNA. It includes concepts, experimental models, and clinical uses of demethylating... more...


ABOUT THE AUTHOR Shortly after graduating from the College of Medicine, University of Santo Tomas in Manila Philippines, Dr. Jocelyn H. Bruce-Gregorios (a.k.a. Dr. Joy Bruce) was appinted as a faculty member at De Ocampo Memorial School’s Medical Technology Department and later joined the Departments of Physiology and Pharmacology at the University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Medicine and Surgery. She wrote the first edition of “Histopathologic... more...

This brand new title provides a highly illustrated and unambiguous introduction to the science, structure and function of cells, their related pathology, and in particular, helps readers master the basic principles of recognizing features of histological sections. Histology at a Glance: Presents the perfect combination of text and image; key concepts are explained and superbly illustrated Provides coverage of all the main body systems and... more...

With over forty years of experience as a sought after diagnostician, Dr. Stuart Mushlin has cracked his share of medical mysteries, ones in which there are bigger gambles than playing the ponies at the track. Some of his patients show up with puzzling symptoms, calling for savvy medical detective work. Others seem to present cut-and-dry cases, but they turn out to be suffering from rare or serious conditions.   In Playing the... more...


Smooth muscle contraction is a vital component of the functioning of blood vessels, the uterus, airways and the bladder. Its malfunction can lead to serious pathological conditions, such as hypertension and pre-term labour. The calcium ion plays a central role in smooth muscle function, increasing in concentration for contraction and decreasing for relaxation. Calcium entry into the cell is facilitated by the sarcoplasmic reticulum (SR). This book... more...