By David R. Garrod, Jane E. Collins (auth.), Tom P. Fleming (eds.)
Epithelia are one of many most typical tissue forms within the animal nation. Chapters from top scientists within the significant overseas learn laboratories use examples from varied platforms to demonstrate the shape and serve as of epithelia. a major subject is the way epithelial cells differentiate to really good tissue - reversal of this procedure happens while cells turn into tumorigenic.
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