Intercellular Communication through Gap Junctions
Y. Kanno, K. Kataoka, Y. Shiba, Y. Shibata, T. Shimazu
Newnes, Feb 9, 1995 - Science - 474 pages
Research on intercellular communication through gap junctions has continued to expand, and the meeting on which this book is based brought together many scientists from many different countries and disciplines. In line with the objective of the meeting, this volume focuses on the biological meaning of intercellular communication through gap junctions in various organs. The most recent up-to-date findings have been included in this extensive volume, valuable to all those interested in this rapidly expanding field.
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