By Colin Stewart
Quantity 109 of Current subject matters in Developmental Biology covers mouse types of the nuclear envelopathies and similar ailments, with contributions from a world board of authors. The chapters offer a complete set of reports protecting such subject matters as mouse versions neurodegenerative ailments together with Parkinson's and dystonia, muscle getting old and sarcopenia, cardiac failure and service, getting older and customers lifespan extension, lipodystrophy and the importance in fats rules, additionally making a choice on developmental mutations in mammals and nuclear envelope and LINC advanced in disease.
- Covers the realm of mouse versions of developmental genetic disease
- International board of authors
- Provides a accomplished set of stories protecting such subject matters as mouse types neurodegenerative ailments together with Parkinson's, muscle getting older, lipodystrophy, and more
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Mouse models of the nuclear envelopathies and related diseases by Colin Stewart