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by A. Kleinzeller

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  • ISBN 0444812539
  • ISBN13 978-0444812537
  • Language English
  • Author A. Kleinzeller
  • Publisher Elsevier Science; 1 edition (June 29, 1995)
  • Pages 359
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  • Category Math
  • Subcategory Biological Sciences
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The suggestion for this collection of essays originated in part from a course given to graduate students at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. In sections of this course, the conceptual developments in the fields of membrane transport and cellular respiration were traced to illustrate general aspects of the development of ideas in a scientific field. Discussions with peers on the topic also greatly enhanced the development of the project as it is reflected in this book. The volume reflects the breadth and scope of this rapidly developing field, and is an excellent treatise of a historical evaluation of how this field has developed.

Chapter 1. Exploration of the cell membrane (A. Kleinzeller). Discussions with peers on the topic also greatly enhanced the development of the project as it is reflected in this book.

Chapter 1. I. Stages of conceptual developments in the domain of cell membranes. II. Evolution or revolution in the study of cell membranes? III. The role of ancillary fields. Chapter 2. The postulate of the cell membrane. The perception of a cell membrane as the osmotic and electrical barrier.

In the many chapters of Comprehensive Biochemistry covering organic and physicochemical concepts (Section I. .Exploring the Cell Membrane: Conceptual Developments.

In the many chapters of Comprehensive Biochemistry covering organic and physicochemical concepts (Section I, Volumes 1-4), chemistry of the major constituents of living material (Section II, Volumes 5-11), enzymology (Section III, Volumes 12-16), metabolism (Section IV, Volumes 17-21), and the molecular basis of biological concepts (Section V, Volumes 22-29). authors have been necessarily restricted to the more recent developments of their topics.

Kleinzeller A (ed) (1995) Exploring the cell membrane: conceptual developments, vol 39, Comprehensive biochemistry. Elsevier, AmsterdamGoogle Scholar. Kwong RWM, Auprix D, Perry SF (2014) Involvement of the calcium-sensing receptor in calcium homeostasis in larval zebrafish exposed to low environmental calcium.

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by: Kleinzeller, A. Publisher: Elsevier Science. In sections of this course, the conceptual developments in the fields of membrane transport and cellular respiration were traced to illustrate general aspects of the development of ideas in a scientific field. Print ISBN: 9780444812537, 0444812539. Exploring the Cell Membrane: Conceptual Developments by Kleinzeller, A. and Publisher Elsevier Science.

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