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Growth Factors and Receptors

A Practical Approach



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Growth Factors and Receptors: A Practical Approach provides comprehensive protocols for studies of growth factors and their interactions with receptors. It covers a wide range from simple analytical techniques to sophisticated in vivo applications including: RT-PCR and immunocytochemistry for detection of growth factors and receptors; production and purification of recombinant growth factors and receptors; labelling of growth factors for binding studies; in vivo mutagenesis; the yeast two-hybrid assay of proteinprotein interactions; phage display of factors; application of factors to wound-healing processes using the gene gun; treatment of cancers with factor/toxin chimeras; and analysis of important factor domains using chimeric proteins. This book updates and extends the current literature and describes important novel approaches to the study of growth factors and their receptors, including the use of RNA aptamers as receptor antagonists, and the development of receptor superantagonists. It will be of tremendous value to both researchers and teachers, and, through an appendix that lists a large number of growth factors and receptors, will serve as a handy reference text.

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Dr Ian A. McKay Senior Lecturer in Dermatology Centre for Cutaneous Research 2 Newark Street London E1 2AT Tel: 0171 295 7160 Fax: 0171 295 7171 Email: Dr Kenneth D. Brown Institute of Animal Physiology The Babraham Institute Babraham Hall Babraham, Cambridge CB2 4AT Tel: 01223 833312 Fax: 01223 833511 Email:
Release date NZ
July 2nd, 1998
Edited by Ian McKay Edited by Kenneth D. Brown
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
9 halftones, numerous line figures
Oxford University Press
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