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Current Protocols in Cell Biology

Current Protocols in Cell Biology

Last Update: March 02, 2015
Print ISSN: 1934-2500
Online ISSN: 1934-2616


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Supplement 66, March 2015

Unit 1.1 Basic Techniques in Mammalian Cell Tissue Culture
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Unit 1.9 Isolation and Culture of Spinal Cord Motor Neurons
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Unit 9.8 Isolation of Integrin-Based Adhesion Complexes
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Unit 13.7 Adhesive Micropatterns to Study Intermediate Filament Function in Nuclear Positioning
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Unit 19.17 Reconstitution of a Bioengineered Salivary Gland Using a Three-Dimensional Cell Manipulation Method
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Developed by leading scientists in the field and including contributions from scientists internationally, Current Protocols in Cell Biology is a continuously updating essential reference for researchers who study the cell, its internal and external environment, and its relationships to other cells. This title includes detailed methods for analysis of the relationship between specific molecules and genes and their locations, functions, and structure at the cellular level.

A subscription gives you access to all the content in the collection plus four quarterly issues of new and updated content. Current Protocols in Cell Biology...

  • offers expert research tips and guidelines for isolating and culturing cells in two- and three-dimensional cultures, analyzing the morphology of the cell, and characterizing the functions of molecules and organelles in the cell and its environment
  • provides methods for a broad spectrum of microscopic techniques, including the use of fluorescent proteins and nanomaterials, as well as antibodies
  • covers methods for investigation of major pathways in the differentiation and function of cells
  • includes special appendices on the use of inhibitors and pharmacologic agents, protein motifs, excitation and emission maxima for common fluorophores, and common molecular biology methods

Edited by: Juan S. Bonifacino (Bethesda, Maryland); Mary Dasso (Bethesda, Maryland); Joe B. Harford (Bethesda, Maryland); Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz (Bethesda, Maryland); and Kenneth M. Yamada (Bethesda, Maryland)

Developmental Editor: Karen Chambers

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