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Molecular Regulation of Endocytosis

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Molecular Regulation of Endocytosis
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535106623
Number of pages: 456

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Molecular Regulation of Endocytosis is a compilation of scientific 'short stories' about the entry of external substances into cells. As one can see from the chapters, endocytosis regulates diverse processes such as homeostasis of the cell, signal transduction, entry of pathogens and viruses.

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