|Author:||Henry F. Epstein,Diane C. Shakes,Leslie Wilson,Paul T. Matsudaira|
|Title:||Caenorhabditis elegans, Volume 48: Modern Biological Analysis of an Organism (Methods in Cell Biology)|
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|Category:||Medicine and Health Sciences|
|Publisher:||Academic Press (October 9, 1995)|
Methods in Cell Biology VOLUME 48 Cuenavhubditis eleguns: Modern Biological Analysis of an Organism. Methods in Cell Biology Prepared under the Auspices of the American Society for Cell Biology. VOLUME 48 Cuenorhubditis elegans: Modern Biologcal Analysis of an Organism.
eBook ISBN: 9780080859460. Imprint: Academic Press. Published Date: 20th September 1995. Page Count: 659. View all volumes in this series: Methods in Cell Biology. Because C. elegans is a simple and malleable organism with a small genome and few cell types, it provides an elegant demonstration of functions fundamental to multicellular organisms.
Caenorhabditis elegans, Volume 48 Modern Biological Analysis of an Organism Methods in Cell Biology.
Henry F. Epstein, Diane C. Shakes.
Geldziler B, Marcello MR, Shakes DC, and Singson A. (2011) The Genetics and Cell Biology of Fertilization. Shakes DC. (2011) For male Caenorhabditis elegans, sperm activation is a just-in-time event. 2011) PLoS Genetics 7(11): e1002392. Caenorhabditis elegans: Modern biological analysis of an organism. Methods in Cell Biology Volume 48. Academic Press.
Cell Death provides a current and comprehensive collection of methods for the study of cell death. Using a diverse range of technical approaches and model systems, the chapters in this volume cover topics fromthe cellular and organismal to the molecular and anatomical.
Caenorhabditis elegans (C. elegans) is recognized as a powerful model organism for screening potential drug compounds and validating drug efficiency prior to more costly and time consuming in vivo studies (Artal-Sanz et al. 2006). C. elegans offers a variety of advantages in the drug development process. In addition, C. elegans studies are cost effective. Epstein HF, Shakes DC (1995) Methods in cell biology, Caenorhabditis elegans: modern biological analysis of an organism, vol. 48. Academic, New YorkGoogle Scholar. Fantz DA, Jacobs D, Glossip D, Kornfeld K (2001) Docking sites on substrate proteins direct extracellular signal-regulated kinase to phosphorylate specific residues.