Advances in Structural Biology, Volume 6
Elsevier, Mar 7, 2000 - Science - 332 pages
In keeping with the broad objectives set for the serial publication of Advances in Structural Biology, Volume 6 contains exhaustive articles from experts in diverse areas of biomedical research. The common thread among the various articles is their relevance to the applications of cell biology to human health.
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CHAPTER 7 PLASTICITY AND RIGIDITY IN THE NERVOUS SYSTEM LESSONS FROM THE SPINAL CORD
CHAPTER 10 STRUCTURE FUNCTION RELATIONSHIPS 0F THE NUCLEAR ENVELOPE
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