The purpose of the microscopic anatomy education is to give students the knowledge of the light and electron microscopic structure of normal cells, tissues, organ systems, and also to compare morphology with molecular and cellular processes.
Knowledge of organs, tissues and cells’ normal structural design provides the basis for understanding of diseased cell and tissue processes.Read more
Symptoms are the body’s mother tongue; signs are in a foreign language.
For nearly a quarter century Molecular Biology of the Cell has been the leading cell biology textbook. This tradition continues with the new Fifth Edition, which has been completely revised and updated to describe our current, rapidly advancing understanding of cell biology. To list but a few examples, a large amount of new material is presented on epigenetics; stem cells.Read more
Your hands-on study guide to the inner world of the cell Need to get a handle on molecular and cell biology? This easy-to-understand guide explains the structure and function of the cell and how recombinant DNA technology is changing the face of science and medicine. You discover how fundamental principles and concepts relate to everyday life. Plus, you get plenty of study tips to improve your grades and score higher on exams!Read more
The Flesh and Bones of Medical Cell Biology presents a concise, accessible account of the cellular and molecular biological aspects of biochemistry. This title covers all the key concepts medical students need with no gaps. It can be used either as an introduction to a topic, or as a revision aid.Read more
The first issue of The Journal of Biophysical and Biochemical Cytology was published less than a year later on January 25, 1955. A subscription cost $15 per year. The list of editors comprised Richard S. Bear, H. Stanley Bennett, Albert L. Lehninger, George E. Palade, Keith R. Porter, Francis O. Schmitt, Franz Schrader, and Arnold M. Seligman.Read more