Stem Cells: From Basic Research to Therapy reviews the current knowledge on stem cell science covering all of its major topics from basic cell biology to legislation. As opposed to more focused books, this series aims to offer a complete and broad compendium as a key reference for students and more advanced scientists working on any aspect of stem cells. Six sections in two volumes, written by prestigious scientists from around the world, describe basic stem cell biology, tissue formation during development, model organisms, tissue homeostasis and regeneration during adulthood, applications in basic research, medicine and industry, and legislation and ethics.
Edited By Federico Calegari, Claudia Waskow
February 07, 2014
The first volume of Stem Cells deals with the fundamental principles that govern embryonic and somatic stem cell biology. Historically, the identification and characterization of such pathways and general rules of stemness occurred during embryonic development and Volume I reflects this with topics...