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The cell. Biochemistry, Physiology, Morphology. Vol.5

598 pp. (English). Hardcover.
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 Summary

ontents

4. Bone and Cartilage

219

P. Lachoix

I. Introduction.....

II. Adult Bone.....

III. The Growth of a Long Bone .

IV. Endochondral Ossification V. Periosteal Ossification

VI. Experimental Production of Bone and С VII. Concluding Remarks

References.....

219 220

JO

utilage

251 255 200 263

5. Skin and Integument and Pigment Cells ... 207

William Montagna

I. Introduction........... 268

II. The Dermis........... 269

III. The Epidermis........... 273

IV. The Pilary System.......... 282

V. The Sebaceous Glands......... 291

VI. The Sweat Glands.......... 298

VII. The Nails...... ..... 310

VIII. Summation ... ....... 313

IX. The Pigment Cells.......... 315

References .... ....... 319

6. Antibody Formation ........323

Philip D. McMaster

I. The Scope of the Chapter........ 325

II. The Reticuloendothelial System and Antibody Formation 327

III. Evidence Suggesting the Formation of Antibodies within Whole

()rgans ............ 328

IV. The Types of Cells Involved in Antibody Formation . 332

V. Some Cellular Changes Associated with Antibody Formation in

the Spleens and Lymph Nodes of Immunized Animals . 348

VI. Antibody' Formation in Tissue Culture. Tissue Transplants, and

Transferred Cells .......... 351

VII. Local Antibody Formation at the Sites of Introduction of Anti-

genie Substances .......... 359

VIII. Evidence Concerning the Cells Engaged in Antibody Formation

as Obtained by a Variety of Means....... 365

IX. X. Some of the Newer Views of the Processes of Antibody Formation Some Recent Attempts to Trace the Steps in Antibody Globulin 374

Formation 383

XI. Concluding Comment ...... 390

References 391

contents

7. The Morphology of the Cancer Cells..... 405

Ch. Oberling and W. Rernhard

I. The Nucleus......... 40,-

II. The Cytoplasm........ 440

III. Conclusions 482

References ........... 4^4

8. Biochemistry and Physiology of the Cancer Cell 497

Eliane Le Breton and Yvonne Moule

I. Introduction....... 4

II. Composition of the Cancer Cell....... 5()i

III. Metabolism of the Cancer Cell . . . .514

IV. Carcinogenesis of Cells Cultured in Vitro..... 5.30

V. Mechanisms of Carcinogenesis and Conclusions .... 533

References........ 53^

Al thor Index............. 545

Subject Index.......... .573


 
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