Science

Advances in Enzyme Regulation

Author: George Weber

Publisher: Elsevier

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Category: Science

Page: 300

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Volume 45 of Advances in Enzyme Regulation is the proceedings of the 45th International Synthesis in Normal and Neoplastic Tissues held at Indiana University School of Medicine Indianapolis, Indiana September 27-28, 2004. Volume 45 concentrates on subjects which have reached the stage of productive summarizaiton and critical evaluation in the light of extensive new results. This book also lives up to its goal of advancing a few steps ahead of the general front of mammalian enzymic and metabolic regulation studies. Latest information about mammalian enzymic and metabolic regulation studies Comprehensive lab resource and teaching companion International contributors from academia and industry

Books in Print

Author: Bowker Editorial Staff

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Page: 13800

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Diet

The Journal of Nutrition

Author: John Raymond Murlin

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Category: Diet

Page:

View: 970

Vols. 7-42 include the Proceedings of the annual meeting of the American Institute of Nutrition, 1st-9th, 11th-14th, 1934-42, 1947-50 (1st-8th, 1934-41, issued as supplements to the journal).
Cancer

Selected Papers

Author: Cancer Institute, Tokyo

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Category: Cancer

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Medical

In Vitro Toxicology

Author: Alan M. Goldberg

Publisher: Mary Ann Liebert

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Category: Medical

Page: 484

View: 645

Science

Discovery of Novel Natural Products with Therapeutic Potential

Author: Vincent P. Gullo

Publisher: Newnes

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Category: Science

Page: 544

View: 544

Although science has discovered effective drugs for many of the diseases that afflict mankind, many human health problems remain untreatable. The search for novel therapeutic agents is always ongoing. This book will describe some of the diverse sources of natural products, such as terrestrial and marine environments; and will review how research has increased knowledge of biological systems and human disease, leading to the design of targeted asssays, amenable to high volume screening.