cell biology

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cell′ biol`ogy

the branch of biology dealing with the study of cells, esp. their formation, structure, and function.
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LifeMap Discovery is a state-of-the-art roadmap of embryonic development and stem cell biology.
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Launched at American Society of Cell Biology, in Washington, D.
of Leicester, UK) provide an introductory or review text on cell biology for students.
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Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology of Inherited Disease and Cancer.
Dr Margarete Heck, who led the team at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell Biology, said the discovery could have 'exciting implications' for human cell biology, particularly in the treatment of cancer and inflammatory diseases.