Gregory R. Bock

Langue : anglais
Sexe : masculin
Note :
Biologiste. - Spécialiste des facteurs de croissance. - En poste : Novartis Foundation, Londres (en 2003)
Autre forme du nom : Gregory Bock
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0003 5577 6546

Gregory R. Bock : œuvres (55)

Éditeur scientifique (55)

Novel and re-emerging respiratory viral diseases
Decoding the genomic control of immune reactions
Fatty acids and lipotoxicity in obesity and diabetes
Tinkering, the microevolution of the development
New treatment strategies for dengue and other flaviviral diseases
Molecular mechanisms influencing aggressive behaviours
Signalling networks in cell shape and motility
"In silico" simulation of biological processes
Ion channels
Sodium channels and neuronal hyperexcitability
The cell cycle and development
Evolutionary developmental biology of the cerebral cortex
Rhodopsins and phototransduction
The limits of reductionism in biology
The molecular basis of cellular defence mechanisms
Plasminogen-related growth factors
Precision agriculture
Evolution of hydrothermal ecosystems on Earth (and Mars?)
Olfaction in mosquito-host interactions
Calcium waves, gradients and oscilations
Development of the cerebral cortex
Environmental change and human health
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Experimental and theoretical studies of consciousness
The origins and development of high ability
Interactions among cell signalling systems
Polyfunctional cytokines
Biological asymmetry and handedness
The childhood environment and adult disease
Clinical applications of TGF-ß
Regeneration of vertebrate sensory receptor cells
Molecular control of haemopoiesis
The biology of nicotine dependence
Human genetic information, science, law and ethics
Myopia and the control of eye growth
Neurobiology of incontinence
Proto-oncogenes in cell development
Carbohydrate recognition in cellular function
Genetic analysis of tumour suppression
Photosensitizing compounds
Novel infectious agents and the central nervous system
Proton passage across cell membranes
Junctional complexes of epithelial cells
Molecular approaches to human polygenic disease
Motor areas of the cerebral cortex
Novel diarrhoea viruses
Selective neuronal death
Tumour necrosis factor and related cytotoxins
Tumour necrosis factor and related cytotoxins
Antidepressants and receptor function

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