A Guide

  • Andrew L. Harris
  • Darren Locke

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Fundamentals of Connexin Biology

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Eric C. Beyer, Viviana M. Berthoud
      Pages 3-26
    3. Mark Yeager
      Pages 27-75
    4. Thaddeus Bargiello, Peter Brink
      Pages 103-128
    5. Rebecca Lewandowski, Junko Shibayama, Eva M. Oxford, Rosy Joshi-Mukherjee, Wanda Coombs, Paul L. Sorgen et al.
      Pages 129-142
    6. Barry W. Connors
      Pages 143-164
    7. Andrew L. Harris, Darren Locke
      Pages 165-206
    8. Miduturu Srinivas
      Pages 207-224
    9. Linda S. Musil
      Pages 225-240
    10. Gina E. Sosinsky, Guido M. Gaietta, Ben N.G. Giepmans
      Pages 241-261
    11. Joell L. Solan, Paul D. Lampe
      Pages 263-286
    12. Gerhard Dahl, Andrew L. Harris
      Pages 287-301
  3. Connexins in Organ Systems and Processes

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 303-303
    2. Trond Aasen, David P. Kelsell
      Pages 307-321
    3. Charles K. Abrams, John E. Rash
      Pages 323-357
    4. Bernard Foglia, Isabelle Scerri, Tecla Dudez, Marc Chanson
      Pages 359-370
    5. Roberto Civitelli, Henry J. Donahue
      Pages 371-386
    6. Teresa I. Shakespeare, Richard T. Mathias, Thomas W. White
      Pages 387-396
    7. Stephen C. Massey
      Pages 397-417
    8. Regina Nickel, Andrew Forge, Daniel Jagger
      Pages 419-434
    9. Nicholas J. Severs
      Pages 435-456
    10. Cor de Wit, Stephanie E. Wölfle
      Pages 457-468
    11. Anna Pfenniger, Isabelle Roth, Brenda R. Kwak
      Pages 469-479
    12. Gerald M. Kidder, Elke Winterhager
      Pages 481-493
    13. Georges Pointis, C~line Fiorini, J~rome Gilleron, Diane Carette, Dominique Segretain
      Pages 495-510
    14. Sabine Bavamian, Philippe Klee, Florent Allagnat, Jacques-Antoine Haefliger, Paolo Meda
      Pages 511-527
    15. Sophie Crespin, Norah Defamie, Laurent Cronier, Marc Mesnil
      Pages 529-542
  4. Back Matter
    Pages 543-573

About this book


Connexins: A Guide is a practical and valuable reference and text covering a wide scope of information about the connexin family of membrane channel proteins. The editors and contributing authors intend for this cutting-edge work to be informative to scientists wishing to learn about the field, as well as to those who are active researchers in this area. Connexins: A Guide masterfully addresses specific needs of the scientific community; it is a comprehensive and comprehensible narrative of the uncommonly diverse connexin field, making previously hard-to-find information easily accessible, while also presenting intelligible insights into the extensive experimental methods and conceptual frameworks necessary to appreciate and understand the important roles that connexin channel proteins play in health and disease.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Andrew L. Harris
    • 1
  • Darren Locke
    • 1
  1. 1.New Jersey Medical School UMDNJNewarkUSA

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