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  • Synthesis and Biological Applications of Glycoconjugatesby Olivier Renaudet; Nicolas Spinelli

    Bentham Science Publishers 2011; US$ 44.00

    The interactions between carbohydrates and proteins have been extensively explored in a wide range of physiological and pathological processes over several decades. The recent emergence of glycomics has strengthened this interest and notably contributed to spectacular progress in understanding how carbohydrates mediate and regulate complex biological... more...

  • Kaffee, Käse, Karies ...by Jan Koolman; Hans Moeller; ; K. H. hm

    Wiley 2012; US$ 12.95

    What is the kick we get from our morning cup of coffee or tea and why are we attracted by the smell of spices or perfume? How do the holes get in the cheese and why should you not clean your teeth after drinking a glass of wine? The authors have succeeded in explaining everyday objects in a scientific way to reveal hidden biochemical processes. This... more...

  • The New Glucose Revolution Shopper's Guide to GI Values 2009by Jennie Brand-Miller; Kaye Foster-Powell

    Da Capo Press 2008; US$ 7.99

    The fourth annual New Glucose Revolution Shopper?s Guide ?an essential quick-reference resource, updated with hundreds more popular foods and their GI and other key nutritional values. more...

  • ABC Transporters in Human Diseaseby Karobi Moitra

    Biota Publishing 2012; US$ 40.00

    The ATP-binding cassette (ABC) transporter genes are ubiquitous in the genomes of all vertebrates so far studied. The human ABC transporter superfamily contains 48 genes, subdivided into 7 subfamilies ranging from A to G (based on sequence homology of their nucleotide binding domains). The ABC proteins encoded by these genes are ATP-driven transmembrane... more...

  • Neuropeptides and Other Bioactive Peptidesby Lloyd D. Fricker

    Biota Publishing 2012; US$ 40.00

    Neuropeptides and peptide hormones represent the largest class of chemical messengers that transmit information from one cell to another. In this review, several decades of research on peptides in cell-cell signaling are summarized, with a focus on neuropeptide discovery, biosynthesis, and function. In addition to covering the well-studied aspects... more...

  • Purinergic Signalling and the Nervous Systemby Geoffrey Burnstock; Verkhratsky Alexei

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2012; US$ 239.00

    In the first 20 years that followed the purinergic signalling hypothesis in 1972, most scientists were sceptical about its validity, largely because ATP was so well established as an intracellular molecule involved in cell biochemistry and it seemed unlikely that such a ubiquitous molecule would act as an extracellular signalling molecule. However,... more...

  • Caveolins and Caveolaeby Philippe Frank

    Springer New York 2012; US$ 219.00

    Utilizing modern electron microscopy techniques, this book discusses pleiotropic functions of caveolae and caveolin proteins, and offers a thorough presentation of the role and function of caveolae and caveolins in cell signaling and human disease mechanisms. more...

  • Protein-Protein Interactionsby

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2012; US$ 369.00

    Michael D. Wendt Protein-Protein Interactions as Drug Targets Shaomeng Wang , Yujun Zhao , Denzil Bernard , Angelo Aguilar , Sanjeev Kumar Targeting the MDM2-p53 Protein-Protein Interaction for New Cancer Therapeutics Kurt Deshayes , Jeremy Murray , Domagoj Vucic The Development of Small-Molecule IAP Antagonists for the Treatment of Cancer... more...

  • Why Does Vitamin D Matter?by J. Ruth Wu-Wong

    Bentham Science Publishers 2012; US$ 44.00

    This title not only covers vitamin D basics, but also explores the science of the vitamin D receptor (VDR). This e-book is suitable for both general readers and scientists involved in vitamin D research or students who are interested in a career in biochemical/medical/nutritional research, especially in the field of vitamin D and the vitamin D receptor. more...

  • Application of Nanoparticles in Brain Tumor Treatmentby Gerardo Caruso

    Momentum Press 2012; US$ 81.00

    Despite progress in surgery, radiotherapy, and chemotherapy, an effective treatment of gliomas does not yet exist. This new monograph in the ASME-Momentum Press series on Biomedical & Nanomedical Technologies book shows how nanotechnology could be used both to improve the treatment efficacy and to reduce the adverse side effects. It will explain how... more...