A Laboratory Guide to the Tight Junction

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  • Author : Jianghui Hou
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 420 pages
  • ISBN : 0128226439
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A Laboratory Guide to the Tight Junction

A Laboratory Guide to the Tight Junction
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GET THIS BOOK A Laboratory Guide to the Tight Junction

A Laboratory Guide to the Tight Junction offers broad coverage of the unique methods required to investigate its characteristics. The methods are described in detail, including its biochemical and biophysical principles, step-by-step process, data analysis, troubleshooting, and optimization. The coverage includes various cell, tissue, and animal models. Chapter 1 provides the foundations of cell biology of tight junction. Chapter 2 covers the Biochemical approaches for paracellular channels and is followed by chapter 3 providing the Biophysical approaches. Chapter 4 describes and discusses Histological approaches

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