Cell Physiology Course

Richard Gordon gordonr at cc.UManitoba.CA
Wed Feb 8 06:55:25 EST 1995

Differentiating tissues fit the category of "excitable". and their 
homoiogenetic induction probably involves ion channels and second 
messengers. See:

Bjorklund, N.K. & R. Gordon (1993). Nuclear state splitting: a working 
model for the mechanochemical coupling of differentiation waves to master 
genes. Russian J. Dev. Biol.  24 (2), 79-95.

On Tue, 7 Feb 1995, Herbert M Geller PhD wrote:

> We would like to teach a graduate Cell Physiology course that contains 
> elements of ion transport (ion channels, ion transport) and intracellular
> signalling (second messengers, etc) in the control of excitable 
> tissue and also in renal cells.  Does anyone teach/know of such a 
> course and, if so, would they provide me with the syllabus and suggested 
> readings?

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