Since the Second World War, cell biology and molecular biology have worked separately in probing the central question of cancer research. But now a new alliance is being forged in the continuing effort to conquer cancer. Drawing on more than five hundred classic and recent references, Baserga's work provides the unifying background for this cross-fertilization of ideas.If you imagine yourself standing at the mitotic post and watching labeled cells go by, you can translate the data of Fig. 1.4 into the diagram of Fig. 1.1. The phases of the cell cycle are deduced and their lengths calculated as follows: G2 phaseanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Biology of Cell Reproduction|
|Publisher||:||Harvard University Press - 1985|