Life Itself: Exploring the Realm of the Living Cell

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A science writer for The Washington Post takes readers to the front lines of cell research with some of the brightest investigators in molecular, cellular, and development biology. Life Itself covers virtually all the hottest topics in biomedical research, from cell movement to regeneration to the definition of cancer and the nature of life. 16 halftone illustrations. 36 linecuts.

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rosalie t

Jun 13, 2013

This is the best book I ever read on biology, specifically on how cells function. The writing is clear, the descriptions exciting, revealing more than I ever knew or suspected.

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