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  • Cell Structure, Processes, and Reproductionby Phill Jones

    Infobase Publishing 2011; US$ 37.50

    Cells are considered one of the most basic units of life, yet their structure, processes, and reproduction are intricate and complex. From plasma membranes to cell organelles to the macromolecules that are the brick and mortar of a cell, structure is an important aspect to maintain the life processes of a cell. Some of these processes, including transfer... more...

  • How Scientists Research Cellsby Kristi Lew

    Infobase Publishing 2011; US$ 37.50

    Since cells are the smallest of all living organisms, scientists have had to develop various methods and tools to examine and research them. In the 17th century, the microscope was invented, allowing researchers a glimpse at the cell. Today, supercomputers put cells and experiments to the test. In microbiology laboratories and cancer research centers,... more...

  • Cells and Human Healthby Ingrid Schaefer Sprague

    Infobase Publishing 2011; US$ 37.50

    The amazing complexity of human anatomy and physiology is dependent upon its single most basic unit: the cell. Humans can attribute their overall health to homeostasis, the balance of activity within properly functioning cells. Additionally, cells are affected by the food we eat along with the microscopic entities that make us ill. Cells and Human... more...

  • Power, Sex, Suicideby Nick Lane

    Oxford University Press 2005; US$ 11.99

    Mitochondria are tiny structures located inside our cells that carry out the essential task of producing energy for the cell. They are found in all complex living things, and in that sense, they are fundamental for driving complex life on the planet. But there is much more to them than that. Mitochondria have their own DNA, with their own small collection... more...


    World Scientific Publishing Company 2011; US$ 185.00

    This is a comprehensive review of the current state of stem cell bioengineering from authorities in the field. The first part of the book includes the basic research work on stem cells and bioengineering carried out by various laboratories. The second part consists of a review of the current development of various microcapsules in stem cell therapy.... more...

  • Cell Origin, Structure, and Function: How Cells Make a Livingby Joel Pardee

    Biota Publishing 2010; US$ 30.00

    In this lecture, we will briefly review the principles of physics, central metabolism, and cell biology that make health possible. This exercise is appropriate for those of us who have set before ourselves the problem of understanding and preserving life processes, because it is through the medium of a cell that energy creates life. We are aware that... more...

  • Contested Technologiesby Anders Persson; Stellan Welin

    Nordic Academic Press 2008; US$ 47.99

    Addressing the important perspectives on xenotransplantation and human embryonic stem cell research, this book explores both the enthusiastic proponents and vehement resistance to these new biomedical technologies. Investigating the political, social, and ethical forces behind this kind of research and development, as well as the commercial actors... more...

  • The Effects of Low Dose Radiationby Elena Burlakova; Valeria Naiditch

    CRC Press 2005; US$ 375.00

    The papers collected in this book show the results of investigations performed by Russian scientists in the field of low dose irradiation action. It is confirmed that low doses do have effects on the human organism and the environment and that the most serious consequences are observed in the far post-irradiation period. This branch of radiobiology,... more...

  • Cell Physiology Source bookby Nicholas Sperelakis

    Elsevier Science 2012; US$ 72.95

    Cell Physiology Source Book provides a comprehensive discussion of physiology and biophysics at the cellular level. The book is organized into seven sections covering biophysical chemistry, electrochemistry, metabolism, second messengers, and ultrastructure (Section I); transport physiology, pumps, and exchangers (Section II); membrane excitability... more...

  • Atlas of Living Cell Culturesby Toni Lindl; Rosemarie Steubing

    Wiley 2013; US$ 145.00

    The first atlas in many years giving researchers a good visual reference of the status of their cell lines. Given the increasing importance of well defined cellular models in particular in biomedical research this is a sorely needed resource for everyone performing cell culture. more...