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The Cell Cycle
by Andrew Murray
This a detailed account of the new philosophy of normal cellular reproduction, which explains how the theory emerged. It describes important breakthroughs in their historical and experimental context, and demonstrates the theory's relevance to other areas of modern biology.
The first thorough, authoritative account of the new philosophy of normal cellular reproduction and how it emerged. Written by two leading participants in the recent revolution surrounding our comprehension of how cells grow and divide, this is a vivid portrayal of the development of the new vision of cell biology. It describes important breakthroughs in their historical and experimental context and demonstrates its relevance to other areas of modern biology. The ideal introduction to the current understanding of cell growth and division for advanced undergraduate and graduate cell biology courses.
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'Highly recommended' Cell Biology Internatinal 'If you are going to teach a course on the cell cycle concentrating on the recent molecular approaches, this is the book for you' BioEssays
About Andrew Murray
Andrew Murray is Assistant Professor of Physiology at the University of California, San Francisco. Tim Hunt is at ICRF Clare Hall Laboratories, Hertfordshire, UK, and is Professor in the Department of Biochemistry at Cambridge University.
Table of Contents
1: Cells and the Cell Cycle 2: The Early Embryonic Cell Cycle 3: Genetic Analysis of the Cell Cycle 4: Enzymes That Control Mitosis 5: Mitosis 6: The Transition From G1 to S Phase 7: The Control of DNA Replication 8: Checkpoints and Feedback Controls 9: Cancer 10: The Meiotic Cell Cycle 11: The Bacterial Cell Cycle
The Cell Cycle: An Introduction by Andrew Murray
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