Bacterial Signal Transduction: Networks and Drug Targets [Repost]

ISBN: 0387788840

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Tag: Science/Engineering


Posted on 2013-04-30. By anonymous.

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Ryutaro Utsumi - Bacterial Signal Transduction: Networks and Drug Targets
Published: 2008-06-06 | ISBN: 0387788840 | PDF | 258 pages | 20 MB


This fascinating book encourages many microbiologists and students to enter the new world of signal transduction in microbiology. Over the past decade, a vast amount of exciting new information on the signal transduction pathway in bacteria has been brought to light. Reports on these developments have been put together in this book, Bacterial Signal Transduction: Networks and Drug Targets. The aim of this book is to provide an incentive for graduate students, academic scientists, and researchers in the pharmaceutical industry to further elucidate the TCS networks and apply them in the search for novel drugs.

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