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Call number:TK5103.8.R88::1998 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Signaling system #7
Author(s): Travis Russell
Date:1998
Edition:2ND ED.
Publisher:NEW YORK : MCGRAW-HILL
Size:508 p.
ISBN:0070580324
Series:McGraw-Hill telecommunications
Keywords: Telecommunication Switching systems. , Signaling system 7.
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Title:Molecular and Cellular Signaling [electronic resource]
Author(s): Martin Beckerman
Date:2005
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
Size:1 online resource
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Note:A small number of signaling pathways, no more than a dozen or so, form a control layer that is responsible for all signaling in and between cells of the human body. The signaling proteins belonging to the control layer determinewhat kinds of cells ar e made during development and how they function during adult life. Malfunctions in the proteins belonging to the control layer are responsible for a host of human diseases ranging from neurological disorders tocancers. Most drugs target components in the control layer, and difficulties in drug design are intimately related to the architecture of the control layer. Molecular and Cellular Signaling provides an introduction to molecular andcellular signaling in biological systems with an emphasis on the unde rlying physical principles. The text is aimed at upper-level undergraduates, graduate students and individuals in medicine and pharmacology interested in broadeningtheir understanding of how cells regulate and coordinate their core activities and how dise ases arise when these regulatory systems malfunction, as well as those in chemistry, physics and computer science interested in pursuing careersin biological and medical physics, bioinformatics and systems biology. To that end, the book includes backgroun d information and review sections, and chapters on signaling in the immune, endocrine (hormonal) and nervous systems. It haschapters on cancer, apoptosis and gene regulation, and contains chapters on bacteria and viruses. In those chapters not specificall y devoted to pathogens, connections between diseases, drugs and signaling are made. Each chapter alsofeatures a problem set to facilitate further discussion and understanding. About the Author: Martin Beckerman, Ph.D. is Senior Scientist at the Center for Martin Beckerman, PhD, is a senior research scientist at the Department ofEnergy/National Nuclear Security Administrations Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge, TN. Prior to assuming his curre
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Contents:1. Introduction
2. The Control Layer
3. Exploring Protein Structure and Function
4. Macromolecular Forces
5. Protein Folding and Binding
6. Stress and Pheromone Responses in Yeast
7. Two
Component Signaling Systems
8. Organization of Signal Complexes by Lipids, Calcium and Cyclic Amp
9. Signaling by Cells of the Immune System
10. Cell Adhesion and Motility
11. Signaling in the Endocrine System
12. Signaling in the Endocrine and Nervous System through GPCRs
13. Cell Fate and Polarity
14.Cancer
15. Apoptosis
16. Gene Regulation in Eukaryotes
17. Ce
ISBN:9780387260150
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Series:Biological and Medical Physics, Biomedical Engineering, 1618-7210
Series:Physics and Astronomy (Springer-11651)
Keywords: Medicine , Biochemistry , Cytology , Biomedical engineering
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Call number:SPRINGER-1998-9783662035245:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Dynamical Networks in Physics and Biology At the Frontier of Physics and Biology Les Houches Workshop, March 17–21, 1997
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Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (315 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-03524-5
Contents:Lecture 1 Cooperative Phenomena in Physical Networks -- Networks of Biopolymers -- Lecture 2 Complex Networks in Cell Biology -- Lecture 3 The Keratocyte Cytoskeleton: A Dynamic Structural Network -- Lecture 4 Adhesion Mediated
Signaling: The Role of Junctional Plaque Proteins in the Regulation of Tumorigenesis -- Lecture 5 Of Proteins, Redox States and Living Things -- Lecture 6 Tensegrity and the Emergence of a Cellular Biophysics -- Lecture 7 The Leukocyte
Actin Cytoskeleton -- Lecture 8 Branched Polymers and Gels -- Lecture 9 Statistical Mechanisms of Semiflexible Polymers: Theory and Experiment -- Lecture 10 Scale Effects, Anisotropy and Non-Linearity of Tensegrity Structures:
Applications to Cell Mechanical Behavior -- Cellular and Extracellular Networks -- Lecture 11 Networks of Extracellular Matrix and Adhesion Proteins -- Lecture 12 Networks of Extracellular Fibers and the Generation of Morphogenetic
Forces -- Lecture 13 First Steps Towards a Comprehensive Model of Tissues, or: A Physicist Looks at Development -- Lecture 14 Networks of Droplets Induced by Coalescence: Application to Cell Sorting -- Lecture 15 A Monte-Carlo Approach
to Growing Solid Non-Vascular Tumors -- Genetic, Immune, Molecular and Metabolic Networks -- Lecture 16 Intracellular Communication via Protein Kinase Networks -- Lecture 17 Molecular Networks that Regulate Development -- Lecture 18
H-Bond Networks in Stability and Function of Biological Macromolecules -- Lecture 19 A Network of Cell Interactions Mediated by Frizzled is Essential for Gastrulation and Anteroposterior Axis Determination in Xenopus Embryos -- Lecture
20 Fluid Lipid-Bilayer Membranes: Some Basic Physical Mechanisms for Lateral Self-Organization -- Lecture 21 Logical Analysis of Timing-Dependent Signaling Properties in the Immune System -- Lecture 22 A Water Channel Network in Cell
Membranes of the Filter Chamber of Homopteran Insects -- Lecture 23 Creative Genomic Webs -- Neuronal Networks -- Lecture 24 Hebbian Learning of Temporal Correlations: Sound Localization in the Barn Owl Auditory System -- Application
of Physical Models and Phenomena to Biological Systems -- Lecture 25 Structures of Supercoiled DNA and their Biological Implications
ISBN:9783662035245
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Series:Centre de Physique des Houches : 10
Keywords: Physics , Cell biology , Biophysics , Biological physics , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Physics , Biophysics and Biological Physics , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity , Cell Biology
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Call number:SPRINGER-1995-9781461517870:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Digital Telephony and Network Integration
Author(s): Bernhard E Keiser
Date:1995
Edition:Second Edition
Size:1 online resource (669 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-1787-0
Contents:1 A Network in Transition -- 2 Speech Digitization Fundamentals -- 3 Waveform Coding -- 4 Parametric and Hybrid Coding -- 5 Digital Techniques in the Telephone Network -- 6 Digital Transmission -- 7 Digital Cellular Radio -- 8
Microwave Transmission -- 9 Satellite Transmission -- 10 Fiber-Optic Transmission -- 11 Digital Switching Architecture -- 12 Operational Switching Systems -- 13 The Evolving Switched Digital Network -- 14 The Integrated Services
Digital Network (ISDN) -- 15 Closing the Loop -- Appendix A. North American Mixed-Network Technology -- A.l Introduction -- A.2 The North American Network -- A.2.1 Network Numbering Plan -- A.2.2 Network Routing Plan -- A.3
Transmission Technology -- A.3.1 Subscriber-Loop Transmission -- A.3.1.1 Copper-Loop Environment -- A.3.1.2 Subscriber Carrier Systems -- A.3.2 Network Transmission -- A.3.2.1 Frequency-Division Multiplexing -- A.3.2.2 Transmission
Impairments -- A.3.2.3 Control of Impairments -- A.3.2.4 Via Net Loss Plan -- A.3.2.5 Network Transmission Plans -- A.4 Signaling Technology -- A.4.1 Supervisory Signaling -- A.4.1.1 Subscriber Line Supervisory Signaling -- A.4.1.2
Inband Interoffice Supervisory Signaling -- A.4.1.3 E & M Lead Control -- A.4.1.4 Control of Disconnect -- A.4.2 Address Signaling -- A.4.2.1 Dial-Pulse Signaling -- A.4.2.2 Dual-Tone Multifrequency Signaling -- A.4.2.3 Multifrequency
Signaling -- A.4.2.4 Control of User Address Signaling -- A.4.2.5 Control of Interoffice Address Signaling -- A.4.2.6 Glare Detection and Resolution -- A.4.2.7 Signaling Transients -- A.4.3 Network Information Signals -- A.4.4 Inband
Signaling Techniques -- A.4.5 Switched Access for Inter-LATA Carriers -- A.4.6 Equal-Access Dialing and Signaling Plan -- A.4.7 Common-Channel Signaling -- A.4.7.1 Principles of Common-Channel Signaling -- A.4.7.2 Signaling Link
Operation -- A.4.7.3 Call Setup with CCIS -- A.4.7.4 Signaling-Message Formats -- A.4.7.5 Datagram Direct Signaling -- A.4.7.6 Advantages of Common-Channel Signaling -- A.5 Switching Technology -- A.5.1 Basic Switching Functions --
A.5.1.1 Supervision -- A.5.1.2 Control -- A.5.1.3 Signaling -- A.5.1.4 Switching Network -- A.5.2 Control Concepts -- A.5.2.1 Operator Control -- A.5.2.2 User Control -- A.5.2.3 Common Control -- A.5.3 Switching Network Technology --
A.5.3.1 Space-Division Switching -- A.5.3.2 Time-Division Switching -- References -- Appendix B. Traffic Considerations in Telephony -- B.1 Introduction -- B.2 Traffic Assumptions -- B.3 Traffic Measurements -- B.3.1 Traffic Data
Collection -- B.3.2 Traffic Analysis Considerations -- B.3.3 Traffic Loss Probabilities -- B.3.3.1 Erlang B Formula -- B.3.3.2 Poisson Formula -- B.3.3.3 Erlang C Formula -- B.3.3.4 Comparison of Traffic Formulas -- B.3.3.5 Nonrandom
Traffic Theories -- B.4 Network Management -- B.4.1 Principles of Control -- B.4.2 Principal Controls Available -- References -- Appendix C. Analog Cellular Systems -- CA Introduction -- C.2 Analog System Operation -- C.2.1 Call Setup
-- C.2.2 Signal-to-Noise Ratio -- C.2.3 Signal-to-Interference Ratio -- C.2.4 FM Deviation -- C.3 Analog System Control -- C.3.1 Supervision -- C.3.1.1 Signaling Tone -- C.3.1.2 Supervisory Audio Tone -- C.3.1.3 Locating Function --
C.3.2 Paging and Access -- C.3.3 Setup Channels -- C.3.4 Seizure Collision Avoidance -- C.3.5 Error Limits -- C.3.6 Blank and Burst -- C.3.7 Making Calls -- C.3.7.1 Call to Mobile -- C.3.7.2 Call from Mobile -- C.3.8 Handoff -- C.3.9
Disconnect -- C.3.9.1 Mobile-Initiated Disconnect -- C.3.9.2 System-Initiated Disconnect -- C.3.10 Summary -- C.4 Narrowband Advanced Mobile Phone Service (NAMPS) -- References
ISBN:9781461517870
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Keywords: Physics , Acoustics , Electrical engineering , Physics , Acoustics , Communications Engineering, Networks , Signal, Image and Speech Processing
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