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Author Campbell, Anthony K.,
Title Intracellular calcium / by Anthony K. Campbell.
Imprint Chichester, West Sussex : John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2014.

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Author Campbell, Anthony K.,
Subject Intracellular calcium.
Calcium -- Physiological transport.
Calcium -- physiology.
Biological Evolution.
Calcium Channels -- physiology.
Calcium Signaling -- physiology.
Cells -- drug effects.
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Volume one -- Setting the scene -- what is so special about calcium? -- Intracellular calcium : principles and terminology -- One hundred years plus of intracellular calcium -- How to study intracellular calcium -- How Ca2+ is regulated inside cells -- How Ca2+ works inside cells -- Volume two -- How Ca2+ regulates animal cell physiology -- Calcium in micro-organisms -- Calcium in plants and fungi -- The pathology of intracellular Ca2+ -- The pharmacology of intracellular Ca2+ -- Darwin and 4000 million years of intracellular Ca2+ -- They think it's all over!
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Summary Thousands of imaginative scientists, over more than a century, have revealed the fascinating story of intracellular calcium, through a pathway of ingenious invention and discovery. Intracellular Calcium, the definitive book on this topic, reveals: The pathway of discovery and invention of intracellular calcium over more than 100 years. The evidence for intracellular calcium as a universal switch in all animal, plant, fungal and microbial cellsHow the components required for calcium signalling are named and classified. The ingenious technology, which has been developed to study intracellular c.
ISBN 9781118675526 (Adobe PDF)
1118675525 (Adobe PDF)
9781118675533 (ePub)
1118675533 (ePub)
9780470695111 (cloth)
OCLC # 871200310
Additional Format Print version: Campbell, Anthony K. Intracellular calcium. Chichester, West Sussex : John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2014 9780470695111 (DLC) 2014004168

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