Cell Function and Disease

  • L. E. Cañedo
  • L. E. Todd
  • L. Packer
  • J. Jaz

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Genes and Human Disease

    1. Henryk Eisenberg
      Pages 1-6
    2. Vicki Huff, Duane A. Compton, Michael M. Weil, Louise C. Strong, Grady F. Saunders
      Pages 7-24
    3. Bruno Calabretta, Donatella Venturelli
      Pages 25-31
    4. Hugo A. Barrera-Saldanña, Ramiro Ramírez-Solís, William H. Walker, Susan L. Fitzpatrick, Diana Reséndez-Pérez, Grady F. Saunders
      Pages 33-57
    5. Paulina Balbas, Ramon de Anda, Noemi Flores, Xochitl Alvarado, Norberto Cruz, Fernando Valle et al.
      Pages 59-74
    6. Al Edwards, C. Thomas Caskey
      Pages 75-83
    7. Alessandra Carnevale
      Pages 85-88
  3. Cellular and Molecular Pathology

    1. M. Cereijido, M. S. Balda, A. Ponce, J. J. Bolivar
      Pages 93-107
    2. C. A. Pasternak
      Pages 109-114
    3. Sergio Papa, Michele Lorusso, Ferdinando Capuano
      Pages 145-157
    4. Oscar Torres-Alanís, Lourdes Garza-Ocañas, Alfredo Piñeyro-López
      Pages 189-198
    5. Lester Packer
      Pages 199-207
    6. T. F. Slater
      Pages 209-218
    7. Alfredo Varela-Echavarría, Luis Cañedo, Hugo A. Barrera-Saldaña
      Pages 219-223
  4. Cell Function and Brain Transplant

    1. Silvio Varon, Theo Hagg, H. Lee Vahlsing, Marston Manthorpe
      Pages 235-248
    2. Efrain C. Azmitia, Feng C. Zhou, Patricia M. Whitaker-Azmitia
      Pages 249-260
    3. Federico Bermúdez-Rattoni, Juan Fernández, Martha Lilia Escobar
      Pages 261-274
  5. Cell Function and Infectious Diseases

    1. Alejandro Cravioto, Rosa E. Reyes, Francisca Trujillo, Angel Tello, Virginia Vázquez
      Pages 275-280
    2. Armando Isibasi, Vianney Ortiz, José Moreno, Jorge Paniagua, Martin Vargas, César González et al.
      Pages 281-292
    3. Manuel L. González-Garay, Juan F. González-Guerrero, Hugo A. Barrera-Saldaría
      Pages 333-341
    4. Marco V. José, Jesús Kumate
      Pages 343-353
    5. Frederick A. Eiserling, David S. Eisenberg, Susan Horvath, Gary Fujii
      Pages 355-362
  6. New Approaches and Techniques with Potential Application to Cell Function and Disease

    1. Roland Glaser, Marcel Egger, Cornelia Pritzen, Heiko Ziervogel
      Pages 393-398
    2. Diana Reséndez-Pérez, F. J. Sánchez-Anzaldo, Hugo A. Barrera-Saldañía, Salvador Said-Fernández
      Pages 399-403
    3. T. F. Egan, H. E. Rorschach, C. F. Hazlewood
      Pages 405-413
    4. Luis E. Todd, Guillermo Elizondo, Ralph Weissleder
      Pages 415-420
    5. L. K. Misra, E. E. Kim, C. F. Hazlewood, L. W. Dennis
      Pages 421-443
    6. Jesús Z. Villarreal, Guillermo Elizondo, Rafael Real, José G. Gonzalez, Homero Náñez
      Pages 445-455
    7. David D. Stark
      Pages 457-465
    8. Guillermo Elizondo, Ralph Weissleder, David D. Stark, Luis E. Todd
      Pages 467-475
  7. A Clinical Approach to cell Function and Disease

  8. Back Matter
    Pages 511-524

About this book


The new experimental tools and approaches of modern biology have allowed us to better understand many fundamental properties of the eukaryotic cells. These significant discoveries have drastically changed the diagnostic and therapeutic approaches of modern clinical practice. On April 18-22, 1988, an International Symposium on Cell Function and Disease was held in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, aimed at reviewing some of the most recent advances made in the following five areas: Genes and Human Diseases; Cellular and Molecular Pathology; Infectious Diseases; Brain Transplants and the New Approaches and Techniques with Potential Application to Cell Function and Disease. This book is based on the contributed papers of the symposium. To underline the importance of the clinical approach to the study of cell function and disease a section on this subject was added at the end of the book. The chapters in this volume include contributions by some of the leading scientists of the international scientific community and Mexico. During the course of this international conference, numerous discussions were held by the local and international representatives of the scientific community concerning the creation of an International Center of Molecular Medicine aimed at stimulating further interaction between molecular biologists, biochemists, biophyscists and clinicians. Such ideas received the endorsement and support of the Director General of the united Nations Educational and Scientific Organization (UNESCO), Federico Mayor, the Governor of the State of Nuevo Leon, Jorge Trevino, and the Secretary of Health of Mexico, Guillermo Soberon.


biology brain cell cells diseases education health infectious diseases medicine molecular medicine molecular pathology organizations pathology physiology tissue

Editors and affiliations

  • L. E. Cañedo
    • 1
  • L. E. Todd
    • 2
  • L. Packer
    • 3
  • J. Jaz
    • 4
  1. 1.Department of Biochemistry School of MedicineUniversity of Nuevo LeonMonterrey, Nuevo LeonMexico
  2. 2.Magnetic Resonance UnitUniversity HospitalMonterrey, Nuevo LeonMexico
  3. 3.Lawrence Berkeley LaboratoryUniversity of CaliforniaBerkeleyUSA
  4. 4.International Biomedical InstituteBariItaly

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