• This annual report details NIH-supported and -conducted Alzheimer's disease research initiatives, objectives, and advances during calendar year 2014 and early 2015. New findings and investments described in this report are organized in categories determined by the Common Alzheimer Disease Research Ontology (CADRO) of the International Alzheimer's Disease Research Portfolio (IADRP).
  • Alzheimer's Association.
    Specific information in this year's Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Figures includes: Proposed criteria and guidelines for diagnosing Alzheimer's disease from the National Institute on Aging and the Alzheimer's Association; Overall number of Americans with Alzheimer's disease nationally and for each state; Proportion of women and men with Alzheimer's and other dementias; Estimates of lifetime risk for developing Alzheimer's disease; Number of deaths due to Alzheimer's disease nationally and for each state, and death rates by age; Number of family caregivers, hours of care provided, economic value of unpaid care nationally and for each state, and the impact of caregiving on caregivers; Use and costs of health care, long-term care and hospice care for people with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias; Challenges surrounding the disclosure of an Alzheimer's disease diagnosis to individuals with the disease. The Appendices detail sources and methods used to derive data in this report. This report frequently cites statistics that apply to all individuals with dementia. When possible, specific information about individuals with Alzheimer's disease is provided; in other cases, the reference may be a more general one of individuals with "Alzheimer's disease and other dementias."
  • Alzheimer's Association.
    2014 Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Figures is a statistical resource for U.S. data related to Alzheimer's disease, the most common type of dementia, as well as other dementias. Background and context for interpretation of the data are contained in the Overview. This information includes definitions of the various types of dementia and a summary of current knowledge about Alzheimer's disease. Additional sections address prevalence, mortality and morbidity, caregiving and use and costs of care and services. The Special Report discusses women and Alzheimer's disease.
  • Rosado-de-Christenson, Melissa L.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • de Christenson, Melissa R.
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  • de Christenson, Melissa R.
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  • Michael Farr and Laurence Shatkin ; foreword by Kristine Dobson.
    Provides fifty job descriptions for each of six different personality types.
  • 2008From: IARC
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • first draft prepared by J. Kielborn and I. Mangelsdorf ; and K. Ziegler-Skylakakis.
  • 2014From: CRCnetBASE
    James A. Gossage, Bijan Modarai, Arun Sahai, Richard Worth ; volume editor, Kevin G. Burnand.
    General and colorectal -- Upper gastrointestinal -- Breast and endocrine -- Vascular -- Urology -- Orthopaedic -- Ear, nose, and throat -- Neurosurgery -- Anaesthesia -- Postoperative complications.
  • 2016Users must register for free download
  • 2010From: ProQuest Safari
    Timothy Kachinske, Judith Kachinske.
    Getting started as a Grant writer -- Finding and securing a Grant-writing position -- Expertise -- Research -- Managing relationships -- Writing -- Organizing information -- Queries and short proposals -- Proposals for projects, programs, or bricks and mortar -- Proposals for endowment support -- Federal Grants -- Managing Grant awards.
  • editors-in-chief Curtis Woodford and Christopher Yao.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    V 1. 2013 essential med notes clinical handbook; V. 2. Clinical handbook, 2013 essential med notes; V. 3. Stat notes, 2013 essential med notes.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Ulrich Spandau, Mitrofanis Pavlidis.
    27G: Development of 27G -- Differences between 27G and 25G /23G -- Disadvantages -- Advantages. Tools for 27G: Devices -- Instruments -- Future Developments / Needs. Techniques for 27G: Endoillumination -- Usage of Vitreous Cutter -- Posterior Hyaloid Detachment -- Membrane Peeling -- Delamination of Diabetic Membranes -- PVR Treatment -- Hemostasis and Marking of Retinal Tears -- Laser Treatment -- Fluid Air Exchange. Surgical Indications: Non Combined Vitrectomy -- Combined Phaco Vitrectomy -- MICVIT (Microincisional Cataract / Vitrectomy) -- Vitrectomy for Floaters -- Macular Pucker -- Macular Hole -- Vitreomacular Traction -- Dropped Nucleous -- Combined 27G PPV + Secondary IOL implantation -- Retinal Detachement -- Diabetic Retinopathy -- Silicone Oil Tamponade -- Silicone Oil Extraction -- Pediatric Vitrectomy -- Vitrectomy for Long Eyes -- Hybrid Procedures.
  • 2013Limited to 1 simultaneous usersFrom: ProQuest Ebook Central
    Stephen R. Covey.
    A leading management consultant outlines seven organizational rules for improving effectiveness and increasing productivity at work and at home.
  • Denton A. Cooley.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Pioneering surgeon Dr. Denton Cooley performed his first human heart transplant in 1968 and astounded the world in 1969 when he was the first surgeon to successfully implant a totally artificial heart in a human being. Over the course of his career, Cooley and his associates have performed thousands of open heart operations and have been forerunners in implementing new surgical procedures. Of all his achievements, however, Cooley is most proud of the Texas Heart Institute, which he founded in 1962 with a mission to use education, research, and improved patient care to decrease the devastating effects of cardiovascular disease. In his new memoir, 100,000 Hearts, Cooley tells about his childhood in Houston and his experiences as a basketball scholarship recipient at the University of Texas. After medical school at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston and Johns Hopkins, Cooley served in the Army Medical Corps. While at Johns Hopkins, Cooley assisted in a groundbreaking operation to correct an infant's congenital heart defect, which inspired him to specialize in heart surgery. Cooley's detailed descriptions of what it was like to be in the operating room at crucial points in medical history offer a fascinating perspective on how far medical science has progressed in just a few decades. Dr. Denton Cooley and the Texas Heart Institute are responsible for much of that progress.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Giuseppe Di Giovanni, Ennio Esposito, Vincenzo Di Matteo, editors.
  • Forword by David Beckmann -- Executive summary -- Introduction -- Chapter 1. Hunger and health over the life course -- Chapter 2. Partnering for collective impact -- Chapter 3. Unprecendented gains, undeniable challenges: hunger, health, and inequality in developing countries -- Conclusion: A transformational agenda.
  • 2017From: Oxford Medicine Online
    edited by Christoph I. Lee ; image and chapter editor, Joseph S. Fotos.
    Section 1. Headache -- Section 2. Back pain -- Section 3. Chest pain -- Section 4. Abdominal and pelvic pain -- Section 5. Bone, joint, and extremity pain -- Section 6. Cancer screening and management -- Section 7. Radiation exposure.
  • 2014From: Ovid
    Amy M. Karch.
    Nursing Process Guidelines -- Patient Safety and Medication Administration -- Pharmacologic Classes -- Alphabetical Listing of Drugs by Generic Name.
  • 2007From: ProQuest Safari
    Jerry Joyce, Marianne Moon.
    About this book -- Working in Office -- Common tasks in Office -- Viewing and editing text in Word -- Formatting in Word -- Working with special content in Word -- Working in Excel -- Analyzing and presenting data in Excel -- Creating a PowerPoint presentation -- Presenting a PowerPoint slide show -- Working with messages in Outlook -- Organizing with Outlook -- Creating a publication in Publisher -- Working in Access -- Exchanging information among Office programs -- Customizing and securing Office.
  • 2013From: OVID
    [edited by] Nina Singh-Radcliff.
    This concise compendium of topics pertinent to modern anesthesiology practice will be useful as a rapid reference for busy anesthesiology clinical practitioners, anesthesiology residents, medical students and others in training. Nurse anesthetists, anesthesiology assistants, perioperative nurses, post-operative intensive care personnel, and other allied health professionals caring for patients before and after anesthetic administration. The contents are offered in both text format as well as applications for smart devices, to be readily at hand in any clinical situation in any clincal location. The editor has drawn from a wide spectrum of expert authors from multiple institutions to compile approximately 480 two-page chapters, in template formats for easy-to-retrieve information. The content is organized into sections on important topics in physiology, pertinent issues for major co-existing diseases/co-existing conditions, key information for important surgical procedures, and guidance for managing a variety of complications encountered in anesthetic practice. In addition, this book contains a drug section in a condensed, easily accessible format with current information about anesthetic drugs and adjuvants, chronic medications that patients may be taking the perioperative period, and medications used to treat complications encountered in the peri-anesthetic period. As anesthesiology care extending to encompass toe spectrum from early evaluatin and optimization/management of preprocedural risk factors. Through post-proceduraminimizeo mininize subsequents complications and/or re-admission, every practitioner can benefit from timely acess to a "one-stop" content source to support evidence-based anesthesiology care. A source that concisely presents the most important concepts on a topic in an accessible manner.
  • 2007, 2009-14.From: Ovid
    21st ed., 2013From: Ovid
    20th ed., 2012From: Ovid
    19th ed., 2011From: Ovid
    18th ed., 2010From: Ovid
    17th ed., 2009From: Ovid
    15th ed., 2007From: Ovid
    Domino, Frank J.
    Also available: Print – 2007-13.
  • 2015, <2017>From: Ovid
    23rd ed., 2015From: Ovid
    Domino, Frank J.
    Also available: Print – 2015-<2018>
  • 2007From: Ovid
    [edited by] Kelly A. McGarry, Iris L. Tong.
  • edited by Paula J. Adams Hillard.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2007From: Ovid
    [edited by] Frank J. Frassica, Paul D. Sponseller, John H. Wilckens.
  • 2007From: Ovid
    David M. Sibell, Jeffrey R. Kirsch [editors].
  • 2015From: Ovid
    editor Michael D. Cabana, MD, MPH.
  • 2008From: Ovid
    editor, M. William Schwartz.
  • 2012From: Ovid
    editor, M. William Schwartz ; associate editors, Louis M. Bell, Jr. [and others] ; assistant editor, Charles I. Schwartz.
  • 2011From: Ovid
    editors, Mark D. Bracker ... [et al.].
    "This new addition to The 5-Minute Consult Series is a clinically oriented quick consult reference for sports medicine. For the first time, common sports-related problems faced by primary care practitioners are thoroughly and concisely presented in the famous fast-access 5-Minute Consult format.Chapters on musculoskeletal problems cover basics; diagnosis; acute treatment, including on-field management; long-term treatment, including rehabilitation and referrals; and commonly asked questions. Other chapters address the special populations of children, adolescents, females, geriatric athletes, and disabled athletes and general medical problems in athletic individuals. Appendices include clinical care algorithms, a guide to the preparticipation examination, and patient education handouts"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2010From: Ovid
    [edited by] Leonard G. Gomella.
  • 2015From: Ovid
    editor-in-chief, Leonard G. Gomella, MD, FACS, The Bernard W. Goodwin Professor of Prostate Cancer, Chairman, Department of Urology, Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Associate Director, Jefferson Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center, Clinical Director, Jefferson Sidney Kimmel Cancer Network, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ; associate editors, Gerald Andriole, MD, FACS, [and six others].
    Section I. Urologic diseases and conditions -- Section II. Short topics: A to Z -- Section III. Algorithms -- Section IV. Urinalyasis and urine studies -- Section V. Alternative and complementary urologic therapies -- Section VI. Urologic drug reference -- Section VII. Reference tables.
  • 2008From: HHS
    The 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans provides science-based guidance to help Americans aged 6 and older improve their health through appropriate physical activity. The primary audiences for the Physical Activity Guidelines are policymakers and health professionals.
  • Roy Bell.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2011From: ProQuest Safari
    Paul Teetor.
  • Misner, Ivan; Donovan, Michelle R.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • edited by Michael E. Hochman.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Sect. 1: Preventive medicine -- Preventing diabetes: the diabetes prevention program -- A comparison of different dieting strategies -- Aspirin for the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease: the physician's health study and the women's health study -- Postmenopausal hormone therapy: the women's health initiative -- The European randomized study of screening for prostate cancer (ERSPC) -- The cochrane review of screening mammography -- The human papillomavirus vaccine: the future II trial -- Sect. 2: Internal medicine -- Arrhythmia suppression following myocardial infarction: the CASt trial -- Choosing first-line therapy for hypertension: the ALLHAT trial -- Statins in healthy patients with an elevated c-reactive protein: the JUPITER trial -- Rate control versus rhythm control for atrial fibrillation: the AFFIRM trial -- Lenient versus strict heart rate control for atrial fibrillation: the RACC II trial. -- Beta blockers for systolic heart failure: the MERIT-HF trial -- Initial treatment of stable coronary artery disease: the COURAGE trial -- Treating elevated blood sugar levels in patients with type 2 diabetes: the United Kingdom prospective diabetes study (UKPDS) -- Intensive versus conservative blood sugar for patients with type 2 diabetes: the ACCORD trial -- The African American heart failure trial (A-HeFT) -- Early versus delayed antiretroviral therapy for patients with HIV: the NA-ACCORD study -- Early versus late initiation of dialysis: the IDEAL trial -- Early goal-directed therapy in sepsis -- Red cell transfusion in critically ill patients: the TRICC trial -- Pulmonary artery catheters in critically ill patients -- Step-up versus step-down therapy for dyspepsia: the DIAMOND trial -- Opioids for chronic noncancer pain -- Sect. 3: Surgery -- Perioperative beta blockers in noncardiac surgery: the POISE trial -- Cardiac stents versus coronary artery bypass surgery for severe coronary artery disease: the SYNTAX trial -- Carotid endarterectomy for asymptomatic carotid stenosis: the ACST trial -- A trial of arthroscopic knee surgery -- Surgery versus rehabilitation for chronic low back pain: the MRC spine stabilization trial -- Mastectomy versus lumpectomy for invasive breast cancer: the B-06 trial -- Long-term impact of bariatric surgery: the Swedish obese subjects study -- Sect. 4: Obstetrics -- The Canadian multicenter post-term pregnancy trial (CMPPT) -- Antepartum glucocorticoids in premature labor -- Sect. 5: Pediatrics -- Treatment of acute otitis media in children -- A trial of early ear tube placement in children with persistent otitis media -- Inhaled corticosteroids for mild persistent asthma: the START trial -- The multimodal treatment study of children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (MTA) -- Measles, mumps, and rubella vaccination and autism -- Sect. 6: Radiology -- Magnetic resonance imaging for low back pain -- Screening for coronary artery disease in asymptomatic patients with diabetes: the DIAD study -- Diagnosing acute pulmonary embolism: the Christopher study -- Identifying children with low-risk head injuries who do not require computed tomography -- Sect. 7: Neurology and psychiatry -- Thrombolysis 3 to 4.5 hours after an acute ischemic stroke: the ECASS III trial -- Initial treatment of depression -- Behavioral versus pharmacological treatment for insomnia in the elderly -- Sect. 8: Systems-based practice -- The group health medical home demonstration -- A program to improve care coordination at hospital discharge: project RED -- Reducing catheter-related blood stream infections in the intensive care unit: the keystone ICU project -- Early palliative care in non-small-cell lung cancer -- Directly observed therapy for the treatment of tuberculosis in Baltimore.
  • 2016From: Oxford Medicine Online
    edited by David Y. Hwang, MD, Assistant Professor of Neurology, Division of Neurocritical Care and Emergency Neurology, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut, David M. Greer, MD, MA, Zimmerman and Spinelli Professor and Vice Chairman and Neurology, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut ; series editor, Michael E. Hochman, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine, Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California.
  • 2016From: Oxford Medicine Online
    [edited by] Ashaunta T. Anderson, Nina L. Shapiro, Stephen C. Aronoff, Jeremiah C. Davis, Michael Levy.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Zang-Hee Cho, editor.
    The inaugural publication of the 7.0 Tesla MRI Brain Atlas: In-vivo Atlas with Cryomacrotome Correlation in 2010 provided readers with a spectacular source of ultra-high resolution images revealing a wealth of details of the brainstem and midbrain structures. This second edition contributes additional knowledge gained as a result of technologic advances and recent research. To facilitate identification and comparison of brain structures and anatomy, a detailed coordination matrix is featured in each image. Updated axial, sagittal, and coronal images are also included. This state-of-the-art and user-friendly reference will provide researchers and clinicians with important new perspectives.
  • 2010From: Springer
    editor Zang-Hee Cho.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Zang-Hee Cho, editor ; Fernando Calamante, Je-Geun Chi, co-editors.
    The introduction of techniques that permit visualization of the human nervous system is one of the foremost advances in neuroscience and brain-related research. Among the most recent significant developments in this respect are ultra-high field MRI and the image post-processing technique known as track density imaging (TDI). It is these techniques (including super-resolution TDI) which represent the two major components of 7.0 Tesla MRI ? Brain White Matter Atlas. This second edition of the atlas has been revised and updated to fully reflect current application of these technological advancements in order to visualize the nervous system and the brain with the finest resolution and sensitivity. Exquisitely detailed color images offer neuroscientists, neurologists, and neurosurgeons a superb resource that will be of value both for the purpose of research and for the treatment of common brain diseases such as Alzheimer's disease and multiple sclerosis.
  • 2012From: Springer
    J. Schüttler (ed.).
  • 2013From: Springer
    James M. Bower, editor.
  • 2013From: Springer
    M. Alma Rodriguez, Ronald S. Walters, and Thomas W. Burke, editors.
    Introduction / M. Alma Rodriguez -- History of MD Anderson's tumor registry / Sarah H. Taylor -- Statistical methods / Geoffrey G. Giacco, Sarah H. Taylor and Kenneth R. Hess -- Breast cancer / Aman U. Buzdar ... [et al.] -- Prostate cancer / Deborah A. Kuban ... [et al.] -- Non-small cell lung cancer / Ritsuko Komaki, Anne S. Tsao, and Reza J. Mehran -- Small cell lung cancer / Frank V. Fossella -- Colon cancer / Cathy Eng, Patrick Lynch, and John Skibber -- Ovarian cancer / Robert L. Coleman and David M. Gershenson -- Cervical cancer / Patricia J. Eifel and Charles Levenback -- Endometrial cancer / Thomas Burke ... [et al.] -- Pancreatic cancer (exocrine) / Jason Fleming ... [et al.] -- Kidney cancer / Scott E. Delacroix Jr. ... [et al.] -- Bladder cancer / Robert S. Svatek ... [et al.] -- Cutaneous melanoma / Jeffrey E. Gershenwald, Geoffrey G. Giacco, and Jeffrey E. Lee -- Liver cancer / Evan S. Glazer and Steven A. Curley -- Esophageal cancer / Linus Ho ... [et al.] -- Gastric cancer / Alexandria T. Phan and Paul F. Mansfield -- Acute myeloid leukemia / Emil J. Freireich -- Chronic lymphocytic leukemia/small lymphocytic lymphoma / Apostolia-Maria Tsimberidou and Michael J. Keating -- Hodgkin lymphoma / Michelle Fanale ... [et al.] -- Non-hodgkin indolent B-cell lymphoma / Sattva S. Neelapu -- Non-hodgkin aggressive B-cell lymphoma / M. Alma Rodriguez -- Multiple myeloma / Donna Weber and Raymond Alexanian -- Head and neck cancer / Ehab Hanna ... [et al.] -- Thyroid cancer / Steven I. Sherman, Nancy Perrier, and Gary L. Clayman -- Soft tissue sarcomas / Vinod Ravi, Raphael Pollock, and Shreyaskumar R. Patel -- Sarcomas of bone / Valerae Lewis.
  • 2010From: CRCnetBASE
    William S. Kisaalita.
    "This book is based upon cutting-edge research conducted in the authors lab (Cellular Bioengineering), which over the past decade has developed a number of sophisticated techniques to facilitate use of 3D cell based assays or biosensors. This book uses data from peer-reviewed publications to conclusively justify use of 3D cell cultures in cell-based biosensors (assays) for (HTS). The majority of assays performed in accelerated drug discovery processes are biochemical in nature, but there is a growing demand for live cell-based assays. Unlike biochemical ones, cellular assays are functional approximations of in vivo biological conditions and can provide more biologically relevant information"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Helmut Breuninger, Patrick Adam.
    Introduction -- The Basics for Excision and Flattening -- Embedding and Sectioning -- Dividing Tumors and Topographical Orientation -- Communication with the Lab -- The Aftermath or How to Excise Until Clear Margins -- Variations for Special Locations and Large, Deep Penetrating Tumors -- How to Perform 3D Histology on Different Types of Tumors -- Terminology and Facts.
  • Siddhartha Chaudhuri.
    Creating detailed three-dimensional shapes on the computer is hard. The standard tools for the task are complex and require long training and familiarization. As a result, 3D modeling is typically the domain of the professional artist and not the casual user. Professionals invest the time to master their tools, but such tools are usually restricted to low-level sculpting operations. High-level reasoning and geometric manipulation, of which computers are well capable, are not used to help the artist reach her goals more efficiently or creatively. In this dissertation, I propose techniques by which computers, endowed with a greater understanding of the structure of shapes, can both support the creative pursuits of professionals, as well as significantly ease the burden of 3D modeling for the casual user. To this end, I describe methods for generating "suggestions" during the 3D modeling process: component shapes that may be directly used to augment the currently-modeled shape, or to inspire directions for its further development. These suggestions are drawn from a large library of previously-modeled shapes. Also, I discuss the construction of an assembly-based modeling tool that enables casual users to rapidly construct shapes from suggested components, with minimal training. Experiments with both professional and casual users suggest that this approach successfully supports rapid, creative 3D modeling.
  • v. 1-2, 2008.From: Springer Protocols
    v. 2, 2008From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Anton Posch.
    Isolation of mitochondria from plant cell culture / Etienne H. Meyer and A. Harvey Millar -- Isolation and preparation of choroplasts from Arabidopsis thaliana plants / Sybille E. Kubis, Kathryn S. Lilley, and Paul Jarvis -- Isolation of plant cell wall proteins / Elisabeth Jamet ... [et al.] -- Isolation and fractionation of the endoplasmic reticulum from castor bean (Ricinius communis) endosperm for proteomic analyses / William J. Simon, Daniel J. Maltman, and Antoni R. Slabas -- Cell wall fractionation for yeast and fungal proteomics / Aida Pitarch, Césa Nombela, and Concha Gil -- Sample preparation procedure for cellular fungi / Alois Harder -- Isolation and enrichment of secreted proteins from filamentous fungi / Martha L. Medina and Wilson A. Frnacisco -- Isolation and solubilization of cellular membrane proteins from bacteria / Kheir Zuobi-Hasona and L. Jeannine Brady -- Isolation and solubilization of gram-positive bacterial cell wall-associated proteins / Jason N. Cole, Steven P. Djordjevic, and Mark J. Walker -- Cell fractionation of parasitic protozoa / Wanderley de Souza, José Andrés-Morgado-Diaz, and Narcisa L. Cunha-e-Silva Volume 2. Application of fluorescence dye saturation labeling for differential proteome analysis of 1,000 microdissected cells from pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma precursoe lesions / Barbara Sitek ... [et al.] -- Albumin and immunoglobulin depletion of human plasma / Rosalind e. Jenkins ... [et al.] -- Multi-component immunoaffinity subtraction and reversed-phase chromatography of human serum / James Martosella and Nina Zolotarjova -- Immunoaffinity fractionation of plasma proteins by chicken IgY antibodies / Lei Huang and Xiangming Fang -- Proteomics of cerebrospinal fluid methods for sample processing / John E. Hale ... [et al.] -- Sample preparation of bronchoalveolar lavage fluid / Baptiste Leroy, Paul Falmagne, and Ruddy Wattiez -- Preparation of nasal secretions for peoteome analysis / Begona Casado, Paolo Iadarola, and Lewis K. Pannell -- Preparation of urine samples for proteomic analysis / Rembert Pieper -- Isolation of cytoplasmatic proteins from cultures cells for two-dimensional gel electrophoresis / Ying Wang, Jen-Fu Chiu, and Qing-Yu He -- Sample preparation of culture medium from Madin-Darby Canine Kidney cells / Daniel Ambort, Daniel Lottaz, and Erwin Sterchi -- Sample preparation for mass spectrometry analysis of formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded tissue proteomic analysis of formalin-fixed tissue / Nicolas A. Stewart and Timothy D. Veenstra -- Metalloproteomics in the molecular study of cell physiology and disease / Hermann-Josef Thierse, Stefanie Helm, and Patrick Pankert -- Protein extraction from green plant tissue / Ragnar Flengsrud -- The terminator a device for high-throughput extraction of plant material / B. M. van den Berg -- Volume 1. Mechanical/physical methods of cell disruption and tissue homogenization / Stanley Goldberg -- Bacteria and yeast cell disruption using lytic enzymes / Oriana Salazar -- Sample solublization buffers for two-dimensional electrophoresis / Walter Weiss and Angelika Görg -- Quantitation of protein in samples prepared for 2-D electrophoresis / Tom Berkelman -- Removal of interfering substances in samples prepared for two-dimensional (2-D) electrophoresis / Tom Berkelman -- Protein concentration by hydrophilic interaction chromatography combined with solid phase extraction / Ulrich Schneider -- Difference gel electrophoresis based on lys/cys tagging / Reiner Westermeier and Burghardt Scheibe -- Isotope-coded two-dimensional maps: tagging with deuterated acrylamide and 2-vinylpyridine / Pier Giorgio Righetti, Roberto Sebastiano, and Attilio Citterio.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Jan Bucerius, Hojjat Ahmadzadehfar, Hans-Jürgen Biersack, editors.
  • 2015Limited to 1 simultaneous usersFrom: ProQuest Ebook Central
    Susan Basalla and Maggie Debelius.
    Will I have to wear a suit? rethinking life after graduate school -- Getting your head ready -- Should I finish my dissertation? -- How to use your grad school years wisely -- So what am I going to do? -- Myths about post-academic careers -- Questions about graduate school and your future -- Your eclectic mix -- Post-academic profile: Abby Markoe, A.B.D. history of medicine, executive, director -- Squashwise -- How do I figure out what else to do? soul-searching before job searching -- Take inventory -- Break it down -- Looking backward: seven stories -- Guilty pleasures -- "This is your brain on graduate school" -- No need for a #2 pencil -- Where are all those PhDs anyway? -- Create your own possibilities -- Post-academic profile: Samantha Sutton, PhD in biology, life coach -- Asking the big questions: how to figure out if you want them and if they want you -- Asking the big questions -- Answering the big questions: three strategies -- Transitional tales -- So what's next? -- Post-academic profile: Xiuwen Tu, PhD in physics, Sun Power Corporation, device and characterization engineer -- This might hurt a bit: turning a CV into a résumé -- Getting ready to write a résumé -- Writing a résumé: the first draft -- A few more words of advice -- After you've drafted a résumé -- Case studies and sample résumés -- Cover letters that will get you hired -- Post-academic profile: Alyssa Picard, PhD in history, staff representative for the Michigan Affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers -- Sweaty palms, warm heart: how to turn an interview into a job -- Before the interview -- During the interview -- After the interview -- What if the interview doesn't go well? -- The job offer (or lack thereof) -- Negotiation -- Adjusting to your new job -- Post-academic profile: Scott Keeter, PhD in political science, director of Survey Research, Pew Research Center for the People & the Press -- Conclusion.
  • 2015From: Cold Spring Harbor Lab Press
    Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
    Symposium participants -- Foreword -- Gene control. Imaging transcription: past, present and future / Robert A. Coleman, Zhe Liu, Xavier Darzacq, Robert Tijan, Robert H. Singer, and Timothée Lionnet -- Visualizing the HoxD gene cluster at the nanoscale level / Pierre J. Fabre, Alexander Benke, Suliana Manley, and Denis Duboule -- Transcriptional enhancers: bridging the genome and phenome / Bing Ren and Feng Yue -- Regulatory principles governing tissue specificity of developmental enhancers / Emma K. Farley, Katrina M. Olson, and Michael S. Levine -- The importance of controlling transcription elongation at coding and noncoding RNA loci / Benjamin S. Scruggs and Karen Adelman -- Chromatin domains and nuclear position. Regulatory domains and their mechanisms / Nezha S. Benabdallah and Wendy A. Bickmore -- Large-scale chromatin structure-function relationships during the cell cycle and development: insights from replication timing / Vishnu Dileep, Juan Carlos Rivera-Mulia, Jiao Sima, and David M. Gilbert -- Prenucleosomes and active chromatin / Mai T. Khuong, Jia Fei, Haruhiko Ishii, and James T. Kadonaga -- HIPMap: a high-throughput imaging method for mapping spatial gene positions / Sigal Schachar, Gianluca, Pegoraro, and Tom Misteli -- Genome organization and chromosome architecture / Giorgio Bernardi -- Genome stability. A system to study aneuploidy in vivo / Sarah J. Pfau and Angelika Amon -- Resolution of recombination intermediates: mechanisms and regulation / Stephen C. West, Miguel G. Blanco, Ying Wait Chan, Joao Matos, Shriparna Sarbajna, and Haley D.M. Wyatt -- 21st century genetics: mass spectrometry of yeast telomerase / Kah Wai Lin and Virginia A. Zakian -- From mutational mechanisms in single cells to mutational patterns in cancer genomes / Cheng-Zhong Zhang and David Pellman -- The evolution of tumors in mice and humans with germline p53 mutations / Arnold J. Levine, Chang S. Chan, Crissy Dudgeon, Anna Puzio-Kuter, and Pierre Hainaut -- Germ cells and early development. Mechanism and reconstitution in vitro of germ cell development in mammals / Kazuki Kurimoto and Mitinori Saitou -- Erase-maintain-establish: natural reprogramming of the mammalian epigenome / Milena Leseva, Barbara B. Knowles, Daniel M. Messerschmidt, and Davor Solter -- Regulation of reprogramming and cellular plasticity through histone exchange and histone variant incorporation / Xavier Gaume and Maria-Elena Torres-Padilla -- ZFP57 and the targeted maintenance of postfertilization genomic imprints / Nozomi Takahashi, Dionne Gray, Ruslan Strogantsev, Angela Noon, Celia Delahaye, William C. Skarnes, Peri H. Tate, and Anne C. Ferguson-Smith -- Embryonic stem cells and development. Biological networks governing the acquisition, maintenance and dissolution of pluripotency: insights from functional genomics approaches / Kevin Andrew Uy Gonzales and Huck-Hui Ng -- Monitoring dynamics of DNA methylation at single-cell resolution during development and disease / Yonatan Stelzer and Rudolf Jaenisch -- Perturbing chromatin structure to understand mechanisms of gene expression / Caroline R. Bartman and Gerd A. Blobel -- Mechanisms underlying the selection and function of macrophage-specific enhancers / Verena M. Link, David Gosselin, and Christopher K. Glass -- Metabolism and signaling. Clock-talk: interactions between central and peripheral circadian oscillators in mammals / Ueli Schibler, Ivana Gotic, Camille Saini, Pascal Gos, Thomas Curie, Yann Emmenegger, Flore Sinturel, Pauline Gosselin, Alan Gerber, Fabienne Fleury-Olela, Gianpaolo Rando, Maud Demarque, and Paul Franken -- Dissecting the rev-erba cistrome and the mechanisms controlling circadian transcription in liver / Bin Fang and Mitchell A. Lazar -- Modulating the genomic programming of adipocytes / Anne Loft, Søren Fisker Schmidt, and Susanne Mandrup -- Targeting transcriptional and epigenetic reprogramming in stromal cells in fibrosis and cancer / Nasun Hah, Mara H. Sherman, Ruth T. Yu, Michael Downes, and Ronald M. Evans -- Regulation of RORyt in inflammatory lymphoid cell differentiation / Wendy Huang and Dan R. Littman -- Evolution. How transcription networks evolve and produce biological novelty / Isabel Nocedal and Alexander D. Johnson -- The African turquoise killifish: a model for exploring vertebrate aging and diseases in the fast lane / Itamar Harel and Anne Brunet -- Transposable elements, polydactyl proteins, and the genesis of human-specific transcription networks / Didier Trono -- Dorcas Cummings lecture. Svante Pääbo -- Conversations at the symposium. Geneviève Almouzni -- Angelika Amon -- Julius Brennecke -- Emmanuelle Charpentier -- Job Dekker -- Titia de Lange -- Jennifer Doudna -- Denis Duboule -- Ron Evans -- Anne Ferguson-Smith -- Edith Heard -- David Kingsley -- Arnold Levine -- Susan Lindquist -- Dan Littman -- Richard Morimoto -- David Page -- Wolf Reik -- Bing Ren -- Ueli Schibler -- Davor Solter -- Alexander Tarakhovsky -- Joanna Wysocka -- Rick Young -- Author index -- Subject index.
  • 2007From: Springer
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