The centrosome is increasingly recognized as an essential structure in cells, having multiple functions. This book aims to present a comprehensive treatment of this organelle, ranging from molecular to behavioural levels of cellular activities.
- Hardback | 377 pages
- 154.94 x 231.14 x 22.86mm | 1,501.38g
- 30 Apr 1992
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
Table of contents
Structure and functions of isolated centrosomes, M. Bornens; ultrastructure of centrosome domains and identification of their protein components, J.B. Rattner; function and formation of centrioles and basal bodies, G. Albrecht-Buehler; microtubule and intermediate filament patterns around the centrosome in interphase cells, I.B. Alieva, et al; monoclonal antibodies to microtubule-organizing center-antigens, R. Kuriyama; the role of centrin in spindle pole dynamics, A.T. Baron and J.L. Salisbury; the spindle pole body of "Saccharomyces cerevisiae" - a model for genetic analysis of the centrosome cycle, M. Winey and B. Byers; the centrosome in cell division and development of Drosophila, D.M. Glover; control of centrosome inheritance in echinoderm development, G. Sluder; the lymphocyte centrosome, D.L. Brown, et al; the centrosome in stationary and migrating endothelial cells, V.I. Kalnins and K.A. Rogers; the centrosome - contributions to cell form, M.A. McNiven and K.R. Porter; cell polarity and centrosomes, M. Schliwa.