Neural Crest Cells: Evolution, Development and Disease provides a summary of historical discoveries, research on the evolution and development of neural crest cells, and a discussion on the application of these cells for regeneration and repair. Neural crest cells generate diverse cell types during vertebrate development, and defects in their formation can result in craniofacial, cardiac, peripheral nervous system, skin and other birth defects. Researchers and clinicians seeking a thorough understanding of the normal events that control craniofacial development during embryogenesis will benefit from this comprehensive volume. Covering topics in tissue engineering and repair, the book is also oriented toward therapeutic avenues of prevention needed to eliminate the consequences of head and facial birth defects.This publication will aid professionals across fundamental life and medical science disciplines, particularly those studying cell biology, developmental biology and stem cells. Medical and dental professionals and students will also find the foundational content and application sections useful in their practice.
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Titolo: Neural Crest Cells : Evolution, Development and Disease
Editore: Elsevier - Academic Press
Collana: Academic Press
Finitura: Copertina rigida
Misure: 19x23 cm