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REVISTAS >> Ciencias de la Vida >> Journal of Developmental Biology
59.7/8/9. Ionic messengers in development & cancer. The International Journal of Developmental Biology
Aréchaga Martínez, Juan (dir.)
The International Journal of Developmental Biology
Volumen/Número: 59.7/8/9
Materia: Biología; Medicina
Páginas: 168
Fecha de edición: 2016
Idioma: Inglés
Tipo de edición: Rústica

Precio c/IVA:
70,00 €

I. Preface:

- Ionic messengers in development and cancer (Marc Moreau and Catherine Leclerc).

II. Ionic messengers in development:

- Ion currents involved in gamete physiology (Alessandra Gallo and Elisabetta Tosti).
- Calcium signals and oocyte maturation in marine invertebrates (Ryusaku Deguchi, Noriyo Takeda and Stephen A. Stricker).
- TRPM channels and magnesium in early embryonic development (Yuko Komiya and Loren W. Runnels).
- Inhibition of SOCE disrupts cytokinesis in zebrafish embryos via inhibition of cleavage furrow deepening (Ching M. Chan, Yiyun Chen, Tin S. Hung, Andrew L. Miller, Alan M. Shipley and Sarah E. Webb).
- Selective depolarization of transmembrane potential alters muscle patterning and muscle cell localization in Xenopus laevis embryos (Maria Lobikin, Jean-François Paré, David L. Kaplan and Michael Levin).
- Two-Pore Channel 2 activity is required for slow muscle cell-generated Ca2 signaling during myogenesis in intact zebrafish (Jeffrey J. Kelu, Hayley L.H. Chan, Sarah E. Webb, Arthur H.H. Cheng, Margarida Ruas, John Parrington, Antony Galione and Andrew L. Miller).
- Local and long-range endogenous resting potential gradients antagonistically regulate apoptosis and proliferation in the embryonic CNS (Vaibhav P. Pai, Joan M. Lemire, Ying Chen, Gufa Lin and Michael Levin).

III. Ionic messengers in cáncer:

- Calcium signals regulated by NAADP and two-pore channels - their role in development, differentiation and cancer (John Parrington, Pamela Lear and Alaa Hachem).
- Dual roles of voltage-gated sodium channels in development and cancer (Faheemmuddeen Patel and William J. Brackenbury).
- Na /H exchange in the tumour microenvironment: does NHE1 drive breast cancer carcinogenesis? (Schammim R. Amith, Sunny Fong, Shairaz Baksh and Larry Fliegel).
- Calcium signaling and cell fate: how can Ca2 signals contribute to wrong decisions for Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemic B lymphocyte outcome? (Marjolaine Debant, Patrice Hemon, Christophe Brigaudeau, Yves Renaudineau and Olivier Mignen).
- HA14-1 potentiates apoptosis in B-cell cancer cells sensitive to a peptide disrupting IP3 receptor / Bcl-2 complexes (Haidar Akl, Rita M.L. La Rovere, Ann Janssens, Peter Vandenberghe, Jan B. Parys and Geert Bultynck).
- Human transient receptor potential (TRP) channel expression profiling in carcinogenesis (Michela Bernardini, Alessandra Fiorio Pla, Natalia Prevarskaya and Dimitra Gkika).
- Glioblastoma and calcium signaling - analysis of calcium toolbox expression (Noémie Robil, Fabien Petel, Marie-Claude Kilhoffer and Jacques Haiech).