Myelomonocytes are the
multipotent cells in the stage of blood cell differentiation, which mainly
comprise blood monocytes, tissue macrophages and subset of dendritic cells. The
present volume shows an extensive area of current immunology research.Topics
covered includes: Phenotypic Markers and Functional Regulators of Myelomonocytic
Cells, Dendritic Cells, The Biological Function of Kupffer Cells in Liver
Disease, The Role of Monocytes or Macrophages in HBV and HCV Infection,
Myelomonocytic Cell Lines in Modeling HIV-1 Infection of the Bone Marrow.
This note covers the following
topics: Protein Structure and Function, The Flow of Information: DNA to Protein,
Ribosome, mRNA, and tRNA direct the Synthesis of Proteins, Gene Regulation, DNA
Packing and Organization, Cell Cycle and Division, Cell Signaling, Cell
Junctions, Cell Adhesion and ECM, Nervous System.
This note covers the following topics:
what is a cell what are the essential characteristics of cells, how do cells
decode genetic information into functional proteins, how are eukaryotic cells
organized into smaller parts, how do cells sense their environment and how do
cells know when to divide
This note covers the
following topics: Precellular evolution, Oparin and Haldane hypothesis,
Precursors to purines, Origin of polymers, Conservation of Group 1 introns, RNA
as polymerase, RNA as nuclease and ligase, RNA genome, Genetic code and
David Fitch, Department of Biology, New York University
This note explains the following topics related to Cellular and nuclear
reprogramming: Inducing pluripotency, Stem cells in animal models of
regeneration, Small RNAs – their biogenesis, regulation and function in
embryonic stem cells.
T Rodolfa, Kyle A. Gurley, Alejandro Sanchez Alvarado, Joshua E. Babiarz, Robert
This note explains the following topics: Epigenetic mechanisms controlling mesodermal specification, Imaging chromatin in
embryonic stem cells, Epigenetic silencing during early lineage commitment, The
chromatin signature of pluripotent cells, Stem cells, cancer, and epigenetics.