The Comparative Molecular Biology of Extracellular Matrices by Harold C. Slavkin,Harold Slavkin

By Harold C. Slavkin,Harold Slavkin

The Comparative Molecular Biology of Extracellular Matrices experiences and assesses the comparative molecular biology of extracellular matrices. It covers six parts which are complicated to complement this research. those comprise the molecular biology of collagen, monopolysaccharides, proteoglycans, and structural glycoproteins; improvement strategy of extracellular matrices; telephone surfaces and interactions; evolution of bone and a few tissues; and biophysical homes of connective tissues.

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