Transcription factors - Methods and protocols


A hearty wellcome to prof. Higgins editorial toil: a necessary tool for those colleagues (young and older) fighting each day with the transcription factor they are involved with. In fact, the book is a full coverage compendium of state of the art papers dealing with practical thecniques and theoretical concepts about transcription factors. Each of the chapters (twenty-four) is written by colleagues already working with one of the many trascription factors we become acquainted with. For the sake of the reader the volume is divided in four parts: Part I is a brief (when compared to the others three !) introductory presentation of the shuttling (i.e., transcription factor nuclear-cytoplasmic trafficking) achieved by three reviews presentation of this biologically critical phenomenon. Part II (nine chapters) is devoted to the necessary techniques to study nuclear translocation ...............


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Redi, C. (2011). Transcription factors - Methods and protocols. European Journal of Histochemistry, 55(1).