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Molecular Cell Biology (Lodish)

Molecular Cell Biology (Lodish) Author(s): Harvey Lodish, Arnold Berk, Chris A. Kaiser, Monty Krieger, Anthony Bretscher, Hidde Ploegh, Angelika Amon, Kelsey C. Martin

Difference between 8th and 7th editions
Side by side comparison of table of contents helps to figure out the most significant changes.

Key differences between 8th and 7th editions

  • Time lapse between current and previous publications: 4 years (2016 vs 2012).
  • This textbook was first published in 1999.
  • The 8th Edition is available in lower cost Loose Leaf print format.
  • New co-author, Kelsey Martin, a Professor of Biological Chemistry and Psychiatry at the University of California, Los Angeles.
  • List of new discoveries and research in the Eighth Ed:
  • Chapter 1: New model organisms for research, including Chlamydomonas reinhardtii, Plasmodium falciparum.
  • Chapter 3:
    • Intrinsically disordered proteins.
    • The amyloid state and unfolded proteins related to disease.
    • Hydrogen/deuterium exchange mass spectrometry tool for analysis of protein structure.
    • Phosphoproteomics.
  • Chapter 4:
    • Two-photon excitation microscopy, a fluorescence imaging technique.
    • Light sheet microscopy (single plane illumination microscopy).
    • Three-dimensional cell culture matrices.
  • Chapter 6: CRISPR/Cas9 system and targeted genome editing.
  • Chapter 8: Topological domains in chromosome territories within the nucleus.
  • Chapter 9:
    • Whole-genome mapping of DNase I-hypersensitive sites explains cell developmental history.
    • Role of Long Non-coding RNAs in X-chromosome inactivation.
  • Chapter 11: Human GLUT1 molecular model.
  • Chapter 15: G protein coupled receptors (GPCRs) as important targets in modern pharmacology.
  • Chapter 16:The role of adipose tissue in inflammation.
  • Chapter 17:Troponins as unique indicators of heart muscle damage.
  • Chapter 19:
    • Hippo signaling pathway.
    • Association between nondisjunction and maternal age.
  • Chapter 20:
    • Mechanotransduction, the physiologic process of conversion of mechanical signals into biochemical responses.
    • Tunneling nanotubes as an emerging intercellular communication route.
  • Chapter 21: Pluripotent stem cells.
  • Chapter 22:
    • Optogenetic techniques for analyzing the neural circuits of behavior.
    • Synaptic plasticity and mechanism of learning and memory at the neuronal level.
  • Chapter 23:
    • The nucleic acid-sensing inflammasomes.
    • T cell lineage commitment.
8th Edition of
Molecular Cell Biology (Lodish)
eBook, 1280 pages
eBook ISBN: 9781464187490
Published by: W.H. Freeman, April 01, 2016
Hardcover, 1280 pages
ISBN-10: 1464183392
ISBN-13: 9781464183393
Published by: W. H. Freeman, April 01, 2016
with LaunchPad
ISBN-10: 1319067743
ISBN-13: 9781319067748
Published by: W. H. Freeman, June 30, 2016
with LaunchPad
Loose Leaf, 1170 pages
ISBN-10: 131906776X
ISBN-13: 9781319067762
Published by: W. H. Freeman, June 30, 2016
7th Edition of
Molecular Cell Biology (Lodish)
International Edition
Hardcover, 973 pages
ISBN-10: 1464109818
ISBN-13: 9781464109812
Published by: W.H.Freeman & Co Ltd, August 13, 2012
Hardcover, 973 pages
ISBN-10: 142923413X
ISBN-13: 9781429234139
Published by: W. H. Freeman, May 02, 2012
Loose Leaf, 973 pages
ISBN-10: 1464102325
ISBN-13: 9781464102325
Published by: W. H. Freeman, May 04, 2012
Loose Leaf & Portal Access Card
Paperback, 1154 pages
ISBN-10: 1464122792
ISBN-13: 9781464122798
Published by: W. H. Freeman, January 01, 2013
6th Edition of
Molecular Cell Biology
Hardcover, 973 pages
ISBN-10: 0716776014
ISBN-13: 9780716776017
Published by: W. H. Freeman, June 15, 2007
with eBook
Hardcover, 1150 pages
ISBN-10: 1429209569
ISBN-13: 9781429209564
Published by: W. H. Freeman, August 30, 2007

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