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Echinodermata
Matranga, V. (Ed.) (2005). Echinodermata. Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology. Marine Molecular Biotechnology, 39. Springer: Berlin. ISBN 3-540-24402-6. XV, 275 pp.
Part of: Müller, W.E.G. (Ed.) Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology. Marine Molecular Biotechnology. Springer: Berlin. ISSN 1611-6119, more

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    VLIZ: Echinodermata ECH60 [221714]

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    Echinodermata [WoRMS]; Marine

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  • Matranga, V., editor

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  • Petzelt, C. (2010). Are echinoderms of interest to biotechnology, in: Matranga, V. (Ed.) (2005). Echinodermata. Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology. Marine Molecular Biotechnology, 39: pp. 1-6, more
  • Zito, F.; Costa, C.; Sciarrino, S.; Cavalcante, C.; Poma, V.; Matranga, V. (2005). Cell adhesion and communication: A lesson from echinoderm embryos for the exploitation of new therapeutic tools, in: Matranga, V. (Ed.) (2005). Echinodermata. Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology. Marine Molecular Biotechnology, 39: pp. 7-44, more
  • Angelini, C.; Aluigi, M.G.; Sgro, M.; Trombino, S.; Thielecke, H. (2005). Cell signalling during sea urchin development: Model for assessing toxicity of environmental contaminants, in: Matranga, V. (Ed.) (2005). Echinodermata. Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology. Marine Molecular Biotechnology, 39: pp. 45-70, more
  • Coteur, G.; Danis, B.; Dubois, Ph. (2005). Echinoderm reactive oxygen species (ROS) production measured by peroxidase, luminol-enhanced chemiluminescence (PLCL) as an immunotoxicological tool, in: Matranga, V. (Ed.) (2005). Echinodermata. Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology. Marine Molecular Biotechnology, 39: pp. 71-83, more
  • Matranga, V.; Pinsino, A.; Celi, M.; Natoli, A.; Bonaventura, R.; Schröder, H.C.; Müller, W.E.G. (2005). Monitoring chemical and physical stress using sea urchin immune cells, in: Matranga, V. (Ed.) (2005). Echinodermata. Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology. Marine Molecular Biotechnology, 39: pp. 85-110, more
  • Schröder, H.C.; Di Bella, G.; Janipour, N.; Bonaventura, R.; Russo, R.; Müller, W.E.G.; Matranga, V. (2005). DNA damage and developmental defects after exposure to UV and heavy metals in sea urchin cells and embryos compared to other invertebrates, in: Matranga, V. (Ed.) (2005). Echinodermata. Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology. Marine Molecular Biotechnology, 39: pp. 111-137, more
  • Kelly, M.S. (2005). Echinoderms: their culture and bioactive compounds, in: Matranga, V. (Ed.) (2005). Echinodermata. Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology. Marine Molecular Biotechnology, 39: pp. 139-165, more
  • Candia Carnevali, M.D. (2005). Regenerative response and endocrine disrupters in crinoid echinoderms: An old experimental model, a new ecotoxicological test, in: Matranga, V. (Ed.) (2005). Echinodermata. Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology. Marine Molecular Biotechnology, 39: pp. 167-200, more
  • Flammang, P.; Santos, R.; Haesaerts, D. (2005). Echinoderm adhesive secretions: from experimental characterization to biotechnological applications, in: Matranga, V. (Ed.) (2005). Echinodermata. Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology. Marine Molecular Biotechnology, 39: pp. 201-220, more
  • Wilkie, I.C. (2005). Mutable collagenous tissue: Overview and perspectives, in: Matranga, V. (Ed.) (2005). Echinodermata. Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology. Marine Molecular Biotechnology, 39: pp. 221-250, more
  • Yokota, Y. (2005). Bioresources from echinoderms in Japan, in: Matranga, V. (Ed.) (2005). Echinodermata. Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology. Marine Molecular Biotechnology, 39: pp. 251-266, more

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