Cell Signalling 4/e 2017
Part 1: An overview of signalling
1: Aspects of cellular signalling
2: Pathways are the key to signalling
3: A look at some of the history and techniques of cell signalling
Part 2: Components that comprise signalling pathways
4: Extracellular signals: hormones, cytokines and growth factors
5: Detection of extracellular signals: the role of receptors
6: Protein phosphorylation, kinases and phosphatases
7: Cyclic nucleotides, cyclases and G proteins
8: Inositol phosphate metabolism and roles of membrane lipids
9: Intracellular calcium ions: control of their concentrations and roles in signalling
10: Reactive oxygen species, reactive nitrogen species and redox signalling
Part 3: Selected examples of signalling pathways and events
11: Insulin and the signal transduction cascades it invokes
12: Perception of the environment
13: Signalling in development and for the regulation of gene expression
14: Life, death and apoptosis
Part 4: Final thoughts
15: Cell signalling: importance, complexity and the future