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Cell Regulation by Intracellular Signals

  • Stéphane Swillens
  • Jacques E. Dumont

Part of the NATO Advanced Study Institutes Series book series (NSSA, volume 44)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. Joel G. Hardman
    Pages 63-73
  3. Karl H. Jakobs, Günter Schultz
    Pages 75-86
  4. Samuel J. Strada
    Pages 95-108
  5. S. Nicosia, R. Paoletti
    Pages 109-116
  6. R. Barber, R. W. Butcher
    Pages 117-135
  7. André Vandermeers, Marie-Claire Vandermeers-Piret, Jean Christophe
    Pages 219-233
  8. Jaques Otten
    Pages 235-238
  9. D. Michael Salmon, Dennis Schulster
    Pages 249-257
  10. H. J. van der Molen, B. A. Cooke, F. H. A. Janszen, F. F. G. Rommerts
    Pages 259-267
  11. W. Joseph Thompson, Gary C. Rosenfeld
    Pages 269-274
  12. Jean Content, Martine Verhaegen-Lewalle
    Pages 275-297
  13. J. Deschamps, A. Burny, D. Portetelle
    Pages 299-318
  14. Barry L. Brown, Pauline R. M. Dobson
    Pages 319-329
  15. Back Matter
    Pages 331-334

About this book

Introduction

In 1980, the IVth International Cyclic Nucleotide Conference was held in Brussels. As this meeting attracted many investigators involved in cyclic nucleotides and calcium role in intracellular regulation, it was thought that this opportunity could be used to organize, prior to the Congress, an in-depth introductory course on the subject. This was carried out as a NATO Advanced Study Institute. The participants included Ph. D. students and M. D. s engaged in a research training, but also fully trained and well known researchers who wanted a refresher course on the whole subject. During the course, most of the participants and lecturers asked to be provided with a text summarizing the basic lectures of the course. This book was therefore conceived as a basic textbook on the regulation and action of intracellular signal molecules, concentrating mainly on cyclic nucleotides and calcium. It was deliberately kept at a basic level. We would therefore be happy if it could be used as an introduction for interested M. D. s or Ph. D. s working in other fields or entering this field and as a general refresher for researchers interested in the subject. For this reason, very general schemes have been asked of the authors, along with reading lists of available reviews rather than extensive bibliographies. The editors should like to thank the NATO Scientific Affairs Committee for having supported the course and Mrs. Gh. Wilmes who prepared the manuscripts. S. SWILLENS J. E.

Keywords

calcium cancer cell cortex cytoskeleton interferon metabolism molecule prostaglandins regulation research skeleton training viruses

Editors and affiliations

  • Stéphane Swillens
    • 1
  • Jacques E. Dumont
    • 1
  1. 1.University of Brussels Medical SchoolBrusselsBelgium

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