Cellular Dynamics studies the dynamics reaction shown by the cell during various processes. In cellular dynamcis the reaction shown by the components of the cell during various process such as cell differentiaion and implications on cell functions are studied in cellular dynamics. Cells integrate information at multiple levels to rapidly adapt and respond to their enviroments, to coordinate efforts and communicate with their neighbors in tissues and organs, and to migrate or proliferate during development and disease. Cells employ a vast battery of proteins and protein complexes, as well as membrane-associated proteins, to achieve these sensory mechanisms and to transduce signals into action. Typical examples of coordination between signals and cellular dynamics include cell crawling, shape changes and response to potential pathogens. Cytokinesis, chemotaxis, asymmetric cell division or changes in synaptic strength depend upon spatially localized, temporally dynamic biochemical reactions. Biological mechanisms that underpin these cellular dynamics occur at multiple levels, from genesis of cell shape by rearranging the cortical cytoplasm, to assembling protein complexes that choreograph membrane budding and trafficking, to transport of small molecules and fluxes in signaling cascades.
Related Journals of Cellular Dynamics
Journal of Cell Science & Therapy, Single Cell Biology, Journal of Stem Cell Research & Therapy, Journal of Cell Signaling, Cell, Journal of Cell Biology, Molecular Cell, Journal of Cell Science, Journal of Cellular Physiology