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Published November, 2015
By Peter Robinson
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Published October, 2014
By Adam Giangreco, Catherine L.R. Merry and Catherine L. R. Merry
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Published September, 2013
By Jon Lane
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Published August, 2013
By Paul J. Hurd, Adele Murrell and Ian C. Wood
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Published April, 2013
By Sam Griffiths-Jones and Mark Lindsey
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Less than 2% of the bases in the human genome code for proteins, therefore the remainder is classified as non-coding RNA. Initially thought of as transcriptional noise, it is now believed that a significant proportion of non-coding RNA may be involved in fundamental cellular processes.

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Published September, 2012
By David Leys, Andrew Munro, Emma Raven and Martin Warren
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Frontiers in Biological Catalysis, the latest volume in the Biochemical Society Symposia series, presents ten chapters from the Biochemical Society's Annual Symposium held at Robinson College Cambridge on 10 - 12 January 2012.

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Published August, 2012
By Andrew D. Chalmers and Paul Whitley
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This volume of Essays in Biochemistry provides an overview of the regulation of cell polarity in epithelia, embryos and neurons, and how defects in cell polarity may contribute to tumorigenesis.

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Published October, 2011
By R Docampo
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It is estimated that more than half of the human population, plus a much greater number of domestic and wild animals suffer from parasitic infections. In addition to their relevance in human and animal health, parasites have become the object of extensive studies by cellular and molecular biologists.

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Published September, 2011
By J. M. East and F. Michelangeli
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This volume of Biochemical Society Symposia is based in the presentations given by invited speakers at the Biochemical Society's Annual Symposium which was held at Robinson College, Cambridge from 5 - 7 January 2011.

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Published September, 2011
By Sharom Fj and F. J. Sharom
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Since the discovery 35 years ago of P-glycoprotein, enormous progress has been made in understanding the structure, function and mechanism of action of the ABC superfamily. This volume focuses on the current state of our knowledge, and also highlights future goals and challenges.

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