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Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Hartley, David A.
As progress in cell developmental biology carries on at breakneck speed, new techniques constantly arise to fill the gaps left by traditional strategies. This timely work provides detailed discussion and protocols of some of these new techniques which allow the manipulation of developing organisms such as Drosophila or plants when and where cells interact with each other and influence development. Remarkable innovations have evolved in the identification and functional testing of the molecules which control these cellular behaviors. This book also describes several new ways of hunting for these important proteins involved in cellular communication.Hartley, David A. is the author of 'Cellular Interactions in Development: A Practical Approach' with ISBN 9780199633906 and ISBN 0199633908.
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