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Essays in Biochemistry

We are delighted to announce that in the recent Thomson Reuters 2013 Journal Citation Reports, Essays in Biochemistry received an increased Impact Factor of 4.390 reaffirming its status as an important educational resource.*

* 2013 Journal Citation Reports (Thomson Reuters, 2014)

The Essays in Biochemistry series provides undergraduates and first year postgraduates with a single source of information on the latest research in rapidly moving areas of biochemistry and molecular biology. Each chapter is written by an expert on the area of research and is an up-to-date, self-contained summary of the topic.

Series Editor: Nigel Hooper (Manchester)

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Edited by: Ingela Parmryd, Uppsala University

Membrane nanodomains are barely mentioned in textbooks despite their established role in, for instance, cell signalling, protein sorting and vesicular trafficking. To fully appreciate the formation and function of membrane nanodomains, insights are required from many different research disciplines, from theoretical physics to experimental biology. The present volume of Essays in Biochemistry provides a comprehensive overview of the topic, by major contributors to the field.

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Plant hormone signalling
Edited by Tom Guilfoyle and Gretchen Hagen
Spring 2015


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