Signaling Pathways in Liver Diseases (Google eBook)

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Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 5, 2005 - Medical - 458 pages
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Recent advances have carried hepatology to new frontiers. The increasing frequency with which steatotic and cirrhotic livers undergo surgery obliges liver surgeons and hepatologists to understand the molecular mechanisms at play in these situations. Comprehension of the signaling pathways participating in liver regeneration, hepatocellular apoptosis and ischemia/reperfusion injury is essential. This book serves as a source of information to facilitate the reading of the literature and the planning of trials. Translational medicine implies knowledge of the molecular targets of novel therapeutic strategies. It is our goal to stimulate more research that can lead to more exchanges between the laboratory, the clinical ward and the operating room.
  

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Contents

poontphkucc hku hk Research Center
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Nature and Function
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Chapter 11
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Chapter 12
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Chapter 13
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levmaxtin it University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
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Chapter 14
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daniel candinasinsel ch email checazzoyahoo com
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MAP Kinase Pathways in the Control of Hepatocyte Growth Metabolism and Survival 223 Paul Dent
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LudwigMaximiliansUniversity JeanFrançois Dufour MD
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Christiane PauliMagnus MD Bernhard Saile MD
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Chapter 4
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Roman E Perri MD
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pinzanidfc unifi it and Endocrinology Hannover Medical School
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PI3K PTEN and Akt 239 Thomas F Franke Daniel C Berwick Chapter 21 TOR Signaling and Cell Growth Control 259 Lisa M Ballou Richard Z Lin ...
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Samuel W French MD
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Jerzy W KupiecWeglinski MD PhD Liliane Michalik
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Chapter 24
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sfrenchmeiedu Jasminka GodovacZimmermann
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Chapter 15
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IL6gp130Stat3 77 Rebecca Taub
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Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Signaling 91 Chapter 17
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Siu Tim Cheung
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Extracellular Matrix 63
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Carmen GarciaRuiz
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Horizons
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Chapter 35
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Cyclins and CDKs in Liver Diseases 325
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