Cellular and Molecular Renewal in the Mammalian Body concerns the dynamic nature of body constituents at the molecular, organelle, and cellular level of structural organization. Each chapter of this book deals with cellular and molecular renewal, proliferation, and loss, focusing on the body's major macromolecular classes, such as DNA, RNA, proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates. Other topics discussed include the subcellular renewal, DNA stability, regulation of cell proliferation, and changes in mitotic rates. The intracellular sites of RNA synthesis, proteins of the nucleus, and epithelial-mesenchymal interactions are also elaborated. This text likewise covers the brown adipose tissue, histochemistry of polysaccharides, and calcification. This publication is beneficial to students and investigators intending to acquire knowledge of the dynamic nature of body constituents and its influence to the analysis and experimentation of normal, disease, and repair processes within the body.