Together with other volumes in this series, Volume 56 presents thoughtful and forward-looking articles on developmental biology and developmental medicine. Reviews include: * Selfishness in moderation: evolutionary success of the yeast plasmid* Nongenomic actions of androgen in sertoli cells* Regulation of chromatin structure and gene activity by Poly (ADP-ribose) polymerases* Centromeres and Kinetochores, Who Needs 'Em? The Role of Non-centromeric Chromatin in Spindle Assembly* Modeling Cardiogenesis: The Challenges and Promises of 3D Reconstruction* Plasmid and Chromosome Traffic Control: How ParA and ParB Drive PartitionThe exceptional reviews in this volume of Current Topics in Developmental Biology will be valuable to both clinical and fundamental researchers, as well as students and other professionals who want an introduction to current topics in cellular and molecular approaches to developmental biology and clinical problems of aberrant development.
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Series volume devoted to cutting-edge topics at the forefront of modern developmental biology.From the Back Cover:
In keeping with the tradition of excellence of past volumes of Current Topics in Developmental Biology, this volume provides a comprehensive survey of major issues at the forefront of modern developmental biology and developmental medicine. Astonishing discoveries are presented in thoughtful and forward-looking articles.
SELFISHNESS IN MODERATION: EVOLUTIONARY SUCCESS OF THE YEAST PLASMID
Soundarapandian Velmurugan, Shwetal Mehta, Makkuni Jayaram of the University of Texas - Austin
NONGENOMIC ACTIONS OF ANDROGEN IN SERTOLI CELLS
William H. Walker of the University of Pittsburgh
REGULATION OF CHROMATIN STRUCTURE AND GENE ACTIVITY BY POLY(ADP-RIBOSE) POLYMERASES
Alexei Tulin; Yurii Chinenov, Allan Spradling of HHMI Laboratories.
CENTROMERES AND KINETOCHORES, WHO NEEDS 'EM? THE ROLE OF NON-CENTROMERIC CHROMATIN IN SPINDLE ASSEMBLY
Priya Prakash Budde, Rebecca Heald of the University of California - Berkeley
MODELING CARDIOGENESIS: THE CHALLENGES AND PROMISES OF 3-D RECONSTRUCTION
Jeffrey O. Pentecost, Claudio Silva, Kent L. Thornburg of the Oregon Health and Science University and Maurice Pescitelli, Jr. of the Univeristy of Illinois - Chicago.
PLASMID AND CHROMOSOME TRAFFIC CONTROL: HOW PARA AND PARB DRIVE PARTITION
Barbara E. Funnell of the University of Toronto and Jennifer A. Surtees of Cornell University
Clinical and fundamental researchers, as well as students and other professionals, will find this series an indispensable guide to current topics in cellular and molecular approaches to developmental biology and clinical problems of aberrant development.
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