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Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews: Cell and Molecular Biology offers a highly visual presentation of essential cell and molecular biology, focusing on topics related to human health and disease. This new addition to the internationally best-selling Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews Series includes all the popular features of the series: an abundance of full-color annotated illustrations, expanded outline format, chapter summaries, review questions, and case studies that link basic science to real-life clinical situations. The book can be used as a review text for a stand-alone cell biology course in medical, health professions, and upper-level undergraduate programs, or in conjunction with Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews: Biochemistry for integrated courses. A companion Website features the fully searchable online text, an interactive Question Bank for students, and an Image Bank for instructors to create PowerPoint presentations.
Table of Contents
Unit I: CELL AND TISSUE STRUCTURE AND ORGANIZATION Chapter 1: Stem Cells and Their Differentiation Chapter 2: Extracellular Matrix and Cell Adhesion Chapter 3: Biological Membranes Chapter 4: Cytoskeleton Chapter 5: Organelles Unit II: ORGANIZATION OF THE EUKARYOTIC GENOME AND GENE EXPRESSION Chapter 6: The Eukaryotic Genome Chapter 7: DNA Replication Chapter 8: Transcription Chapter 9: Translation Chapter 10: Regulation of Gene Expression Chapter 11: Protein Trafficking Chapter 12: Protein Degradation Unit III: BIOMEMBRANE TRANSPORT Chapter 13: Basic Concepts of Transport Chapter 14: Active Transport Chapter 15: Glucose Transport Chapter 16: Drug Transport Unit IV: CELL SIGNALING Chapter 17: G Protein Signaling Chapter 18: Catalytic Receptor Signaling Chapter 19: Steroid Receptor Signaling Unit V: REGULATION OF CELL GROWTH AND CELL DEATH Chapter 20: The Cell Cycle Chapter 21: Regulation of the Cell Cycle Chapter 22: Abnormal Cell Growth Chapter 23: Cell Death Chapter 24: Aging and Senescence