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Zinc Finger Proteins is the first book to systematically assemble knowledge of various zinc finger proteins belonging to several families and to describe features of zinc finger proteins at levels ranging from atomic to cellular and to organismal. Significance of zinc itself is also addressed as are important domains often associated with zinc fingers.
This book is an ideal resource for students who want to learn about zinc finger proteins as well as for scientists who work on gene expression, signal transduction, differentiation, development, cancer and neurological diseases.