Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Cell Signalling

Thermodynamics and Molecular Control

Edited by Sajal Ray

University of Calcutta

Intracellular signal transduction is an important topic of research in cell and molecular biology. It has a wide range of implications in growth, differentiation, development, animal polarity, cellular response monitoring, and many disease processes, including cancer. The functional homeostasis of a cell is assumed to be maintained by an intricate network of signaling that evolved through natural selection. This book includes chapters written in the frontier areas of research on cell signaling. Issues such as information thermodynamics, master regulation of immune tolerance, genetically encoded reporter circuits and their applications, hypoxia, and vitamin K2 mediated signaling processes are addressed and discussed by eminent researchers of the field.

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Cell SignallingThermodynamics and Molecular ControlEdited by Sajal Ray

Published: April 17th 2019

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.73411

ISBN: 978-1-83880-066-6

Print ISBN: 978-1-83880-065-9

Copyright year: 2019

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514 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Information Thermodynamics of Cell Signal Transduction

By Tatsuaki Tsuruyama

94

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2. Wnt Signaling as a Master Regulator of Immune Tolerance in a Tumor Microenvironment

By María Cristina Castañeda-Patlán, Gabriela Fuentes-García and Martha Robles-Flores

148

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3. A Novel Genetic Circuit Supports Laboratory Automation and High Throughput Monitoring of Inflammation in Living Human Cells

By Natalie Duong, Kevin Curley, Mai Anh Do, Daniel Levy and Biao Lu

85

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4. The Signaling Nature of Cellular Metabolism: The Hypoxia Signaling

By Zsolt Fabian

115

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5. Vitamin K2: A Vitamin that Works like a Hormone, Impinging on Gene Expression

By Jan Oxholm Gordeladze

72

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