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  • pt. A-B, C, 2009, 2011. ScienceDirect
    pt. B, 2009 ScienceDirect
    pt. C, 2011 ScienceDirect
    Brand, Ludwig; Johnson, Michael L.
  • 2012
    Arnold, Edith Merle; Delp, Scott; Khatib, Oussama; McGill, Kevin Charles.
    Walking and running rely on the complex coordination of the neurological, muscular, and skeletal systems. The role of muscles in this system is to produce force, a task that is dramatically affected by the dynamics of muscle fibers. In walking and running, we do not know how fiber dynamics affect force generation because experimental tools are ill suited to these measurements. Computer models can be powerful tools for estimating muscle dynamics that cannot be measured experimentally. During my doctoral research I created a model based on state-of-the-art muscle architecture data that estimates fiber lengths and velocities during movement. I used this model to create simulations of muscle fiber dynamics for five subjects walking and running at multiple speeds. Analysis of my simulations revealed how walking or running speed affects force generation, explained how running enables some muscles to produce more force than they do in walking, and yielded normative muscle fiber lengths and velocities of eleven muscles during walking and running. The results support the hypothesis that the walk-to-run transition in human gait is related to the force generation ability of the plantarflexors, offer insights into dynamic properties of muscles that have not yet been measured during walking and running, and permit comparisons among muscles with diverse architecture. The model and simulations created as part of this work can be applied to many other research areas in biomechanics and have been made freely available at simtk.org.
  • 2014 WortdScientific
    Chen, C. H.
    The major progress in computer vision allows us to make extensive use of medical imaging data to provide us better diagnosis, treatment and predication of diseases. Computer vision can exploit texture, shape, contour and prior knowledge along with contextual information from image sequence and provide 3D and 4D information that helps with better human understanding. Many powerful tools have been available through image segmentation, machine learning, pattern classification, tracking, reconstruction to bring much needed quantitative information not easily available by trained human specialists. The aim of the book is for both medical imaging professionals to acquire and interpret the data, and computer vision professionals to provide enhanced medical information by using computer vision techniques. The final objective is to benefit the patients without adding to the already high medical costs.
  • 2013 Atypon
    Banik, Shantanu; Desautels, J. E. Leo; Rangayyan, Rangaraj M.
    Architectural distortion is an important and early sign of breast cancer, but because of its subtlety, it is a common cause of false-negative findings on screening mammograms. Screening mammograms obtained prior to the detection of cancer could contain subtle signs of early stages of breast cancer, in particular, architectural distortion. This book presents image processing and pattern recognition techniques to detect architectural distortion in prior mammograms of interval-cancer cases. The methods are based upon Gabor filters, phase portrait analysis, procedures for the analysis of the angular spread of power, fractal analysis, Laws' texture energy measures derived from geometrically transformed regions of interest (ROIs), and Haralick's texture features. With Gabor filters and phase-portrait analysis, 4,224 ROIs were automatically obtained from 106 prior mammograms of 56 interval-cancer cases, including 301 true-positive ROIs related to architectural distortion, and from 52 mammograms of 13 normal cases. For each ROI, the fractal dimension, the entropy of the angular spread of power, 10 Laws' texture energy measures, and Haralick's 14 texture features were computed. The areas under the receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curves obtained using the features selected by stepwise logistic regression and the leave-one-image-out method are 0.77 with the Bayesian classifier, 0.76 with Fisher linear discriminant analysis, and 0.79 with a neural network classifier. Free-response ROC analysis indicated sensitivities of 0.80 and 0.90 at 5.7 and 8.8 false positives (FPs) per image, respectively, with the Bayesian classifier and the leave-one-image-out method. The present study has demonstrated the ability to detect early signs of breast cancer 15 months ahead of the time of clinical diagnosis, on the average, for interval-cancer cases, with a sensitivity of 0.8 at 5.7 FP/image. The presented computer-aided detection techniques, dedicated to accurate detection and localization of architectural distortion, could lead to efficient detection of early and subtle signs of breast cancer at pre-mass-formation stages.
  • 2012 Springer Protocols
    Liebschner, Michael A. K.
    Computer-aided tissue engineering : benefiting from the control over scaffold micro-architecture / Ahmad M. Tarawneh, Matthew Wettergreen, and Michael A.K. Liebschner -- Computer-aided approach for customized cell-based defect reconstruction / Ulrich Meyer, Jorg Neunzehn, and Hans Peter Wiesmann -- Novel bone scaffold design approach based on shape function and all-hexahedral mesh refinement / Shengyong Cai, Juntong Xi, and Chee Kai Chua -- Rapid prototyping composite and complex scaffolds with PAM2 / Giovanni Vozzi, Annalisa Tirella, and Arti Ahluwalia -- Scaffold pore space modulation through intelligent design of dissolvable microparticles / Michael A.K. Liebschner and Matthew Wettergreen -- Scaffold informatics and biomimetic design : three-dimensional medical reconstruction / Jorge Vicente Lopes da Silva, Tatiana Al-Chueyr Pereira Martins, and Pedro Yoshito Noritomi -- Development of computer-aided system for tissue scaffolds (CASTS) system for functionally graded tissue-engineering scaffolds / Novella Sudarmadji, Chee Kai Chua, and Kah Fai Leong -- Computer-designed nano-fibrous scaffolds / Laura A. Smith and Peter X. Ma -- Neural network technique for remeshing of bone microstructure / Anath Fischer and Yaron Holdstein -- Using the Taguchi method to obtain more finesse to the biodegradable fibers / Ville Ellssa [and others] -- Numerical modeling in the design and evaluation of scaffolds for orthopaedics applications / Wojciech Swieszkowski and Krzysztof J. Kurzydlowski -- Structural and vascular analysis of tissue engineering scaffolds, part 1 : numerical fluid analysis / Henrique A. Almeida and Paulo J. Bartolo -- Structural and vascular analysis of tissue engineering scaffolds, part 2 : topology optimisation / Henrique A. Almeida and Paulo J. Bartolo -- Modeling of bioreactor hydrodynamic environment and its effects on tissue growth / Bahar Bilgen and Gilda A. Barabino -- Recent advances in 3D printing of tissue engineering scaffolds / Min Lee and Benjamin M. Wu -- Graft-artery junctions : design optimization and CAD development / Yos S. Morsi [and others] -- Projection printing of 3-dimensional tissue scaffolds / Yi Lu and Shaochen Chen -- Laser sintering for the fabrication of tissue engineering scaffolds / Stefan Lohfeld and Peter E. McHugh -- Three-dimensional microfabrication by two-photon polymerization technique / Aleksandr Ovsianikov and Boris N. Chichkov -- Direct fabrication as a patient-targeted therapeutic in a clinical environment / Dietmar W. Hutmacher [and others] -- Microstereolithography-based computer-aided manufacturing for tissue engineering / Dong-Woo Cho and Hyun-Wook Kang.
  • 2008 Springer
    Lee, Seongil.
  • 2008 Springer
    Miesenberger, Klaus.
  • 2007
    Sarty, Gordon E.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2014 Springer
    Cuntz, Hermann.
    Neuronal dendritic trees are complex structures that endow the cell with powerful computing capabilities and allow for high neural interconnectivity. Studying the function of dendritic structures has a long tradition in theoretical neuroscience, starting with the pioneering work by Wilfrid Rall in the 1950s. Recent advances in experimental techniques allow us to study dendrites with a new perspective and in greater detail. The goal of this volume is to provide a rsum of the state-of-the-art in experimental, computational, and mathematical investigations into the functions of dendrites in a variety of neural systems. Thebook firstlooks at morphological properties of dendrites and summarizes the approaches to measure dendrite morphology quantitatively and to actually generate synthetic dendrite morphologies in computer models. This morphological characterization ranges from the study of fractal principles to describe dendrite topologies, to the consequences of optimization principles for dendrite shape. Individual approaches are collected to study the aspects of dendrite shape that relate directly to underlying circuit constraints and computation. The second main theme focuses on how dendrites contribute to the computations that neurons perform. What role do dendritic morphology andthe distributions of synapses and membrane properties over the dendritic tree have in determining the output of a neuron in response to its input? A wide range of studies is brought together, with topics ranging from general to system-specific phenomenasome having a strong experimental component, and others being fully theoretical. The studies come from many different neural systems and animal species ranging from invertebrates to mammals. With this broad focus, an overview is given of the diversity of mechanisms that dendrites can employ to shape neural computations.
  • Ussery, David W.; Borini, Stefano; Wassenaar, Trudy M.
  • 2001 ScienceDirect
    Arbib, Michael A.; Grethe, Jeffrey S.
    Also available: Print – 2001
  • 2006 Springer
    Sundnes, Joakim.
  • 2009 Springer
    Schiavon, Francesco; Berletti, Riccardo.
  • 2011 Springer
    Fish, Jefferson M.
    [Publisher-supplied data] Is our society color-blind? Trans-racial? Post-racial? And what if anything should this mean to professionals in clinical practice with diverse clients? The ambitious volume The Concept of Race and Psychotherapy probes these questions, compelling readers to look differently at their clients (and themselves), and offering a practical framework for more effective therapy. By tracing the racial folk taxonomies of eight cultures in the Americas and the Caribbean, the author elegantly defines race as a fluid construct, dependent on local social, political, and historical context for meaning but meaningless in the face of science. This innovative perspective informs the rest of the book, which addresses commonly held assumptions about problem behavior and the desire to change, and presents a social-science-based therapy model, applicable to a wide range of current approaches, that emphasizes both cultural patterns and client uniqueness. Among the highlights of the coverage: Common elements in therapy and healing across cultures.The psychological appeal of racial concepts despite scientific evidence to the contrary.Lessons psychology can learn from anthropology.Three types of therapeutic relationships, with strategies for working effectively in each.The phenomenon of discontinuous change in brief therapy.Solution-focused therapy from a cross-cultural perspective. Thought-provoking reading for psychologists, psychiatrists, clinical social workers, and other mental health professionals as well as graduate students in these fields, The Concept of Race and Psychotherapy affirms the individuality and the interconnectedness of every client.
  • 2001 ScienceDirect
    Kolb, H.; Ripps, Harris; Wu, Samuel Miao-sin.
    Also available: Print – 2001
  • 2008 Springer
    Gunn, S. William; Masellis, Michele.
    The fundamentals : human rights and health -- Humanitarian medicine -- International, UN and WHO cooperation -- Disasters and conflicts -- Science, research and perspectives -- Society, health and equity.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2010
    Zdanowicz, Martin M.
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    Pharmacogenomics : past, present, and future / Martin M. Zdanowicz -- The genetic basis of pharmacogenomics / Taimour Y. Langaee, Jaekyu Shin -- Methodologies in pharmacogenomics / Christiana L. Aquilante -- The pharmacogenetics of drug metabolism / G. Scott Weston -- Pharmacogenomics and drug transport/efflux / Arthur G. Cox -- Pharmacodynamics and pharmacogenomics / Kathy D. Webster -- Cardiovascular disease / Kathryn M. Momary, Michael A. Crouch -- Hematology/oncology pharmacogenomics / Todd A. Thompson -- Central nervous system / Megan Jo Ehret -- Infectious diseases / Tawanda Gumbo, John D. Cleary -- Respiratory diseases / Emily Weidman-Evans, W. Greg Leader -- Toxicogenomics / Helen E. Smith -- The role of pharmacists in pharmacogenomics / Ajoy Koomer, Miriam A. Ansong -- Pharmacogenomics and clinical testing / James W. Fetterman, Jr., Pamela F. Hite -- Pharmacogenomics in pharmacy education / Ajoy Koomer -- Ethical considerations in pharmacogenomics / Sally A. Huston -- Future promise of pharmacogenomics in clinical practice / Jeffery D. Evans.
  • 2007 Springer
    Nikolau, Basil John; Wurtele, Eve Syrkin.
  • 2014 ScienceDirect
    Galluzzi, Lorenzo; Kroemer, Guido.
    Metabolic alterations of cancer cells / Marco Sciacovelli, Edoardo Gaude, Mika Hilvo, and Christian Frezza -- Autophagy and cancer metabolism / Juliet Goldsmith, Beth Levine, and Jayanta Debnath -- Regulation of cancer metabolism by oncogenes and tumor suppressors / Raffaella Iurlaro, Clara Lucía León-Annicchiarico, and Cristina Muñoz-Pinedo -- Cross talk between cell death regulation and metabolism / Simone Fulda -- Techniques to monitor glycolysis / Tara TeSlaa and Michael A. Teitell -- Measurement of enolase activity in cell lysates / Keigo Fukano and Kazuhiro Kimura / Extracellular flux analysis to monitor glycolytic rates and mitochondrial oxygen consumption / Martin Pelletier, Leah K. Billingham, Madhu Ramaswamy, and Richard M. Siegel -- Conventional techniques to monitor mitochondrial oxygen consumption / Hélène Simonnet, Arnaud Vigneron, and Jacques Pouysségur -- Use of safranin for the assessment of mitochondrial membrane potential by high-resolution respirometry and fluorometry / Gerhard Krumschnabel, Andrea Eigentler, Mario Fasching, and Erich Gnaiger -- Kinetic analysis of local oxygenation and respiratory responses of mammalian cells using intracellular oxygen-sensitive probes and time-resolved fluorometry / Alexander V. Zhdanov, Ruslan I. Dmietriev, James Hynes, and Dmitri B. Papkovsky -- Cell-based measurements of mitochondrial function in human subjects / Ju-Gyeong Kang, Ping-yuan Wang, and Paul M. Hwang -- Use of chemical probes to detect mitochondrial ROS by flow cytometry and spectrofluorometry / Jing Chen and Clayton E. Mathews -- Methods to monitor ROS production by fluorescence microscopy and fluorometry / Aleksandra Wojtala, Massimo Bonora, Dominika Malinska, Paolo Pinton, Jerzy Duszynski, and Mariusz R. Wieckowski -- Genetically encoded redox sensor / Wai Kan Chiu, Atif Towheed, and Michael J. Palladino -- Use of genetically encoded sensors to monitor cytosolic ATP/ADP ratio in living cells / Andrei I. Tarasov and Guy A. Rutter -- Methods to monitor and compare mitochondrial and glycolytic ATP production / Simone Patergnani, Federica Baldassari, Elena De Marchi, Agnieszka Karkucinska-Wieckowska, Mariusz R. Wieckowski, and Paolo Pinton -- Measurement of ADP-ATP exchange in relation to mitochondrial transmembrane potential and oxygen consumption / Christos Chinopoulos, Gergely Kiss, Hibiki Kawamata, and Anatoly A. Starkov -- Real-time assessment of the metabolic profile of living cells with genetically encoded NADH sensors / Yuzheng Zhao, Yi Yang, and Joseph Loscalzo -- 13C isotope-assisted methods for quantifying glutamine metabolism in cancer cells / Jie Zhang, Woo Suk Ahn, Paulo A. Gameiro, Mark A. Keibler, Zhe Zhang, and Gregory Stephanopoulos -- Measurement of fatty acid oxidation rates in animal tissues and cell lines / Frank K. Huynh, Michelle F. Green, Timothy R. Koves, and Matthew D. Hirschey -- Methods to assess lipid accumulation in cancer cells / Jørgen Sikkeland, Yang Jin, and Fahri Saatcioglu -- Analysis of hypoxia-induced metabolic preprogramming / Chendong Yang, Lei Jiang, Huafeng Zhang, Larissa A. Shimoda, Ralph J. Bernardinis, and Gregg L. Semenza.
  • 2006 Springer
    Cadotte, Marc William; Fukami, Tadashi; McMahon, Sean M.
  • 2008
    Daniels, David V.; Rockson, Stanley G.; Vagelos, Randall H.
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    Physical examination of the cardiovascular system / Clarke G. Daniels, David V. Daniels, and Kamalendu Chatterjee -- Stress testing / Ian Brown and Donald Schreiber -- Chest pain and the acute coronary syndromes / David V. Daniels, Todd J. Brinton, and David P. Lee -- Cardiogenic shock / David V. Daniels, Todd J. Brinton, and Randall Vagelos -- Bradyarrhythmias and pacing / James V. Freeman and Paul J. Wang -- Wide and narrow complex tachyarrhythmias / David V. Daniels and Amin Al-Ahmad -- Sudden cardiac death and ICD therapy / David V. Daniels and Henry Hsia -- Atrial fibrillation / Anurag Gupta and Paul J. Wang -- Heart failure / David Kao, David V. Daniels, and Euan Ashley -- Pulmonary hypertension / François Haddad ... [et al.] -- Transplant medicine / Michael Pham -- Valvular diseases / Shriram Nallamshetty and Stanley G. Rockson -- Endocarditis / Todd L. Kiefer, Fred A. Lopez, and Randall Vagelos -- Pericardial disease / Todd L. Keifer and Randall Vagelos.
  • 2002 CRCnetBASE
    Juo, Pei-Show.
    Also available: Print – 2002
  • 2006
    Segen, J. C.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2008 Springer
    Dodge, Yadolah.
  • 2015 Springer
    Murray, Peter.
    This clinical guide is a concise up-to-date resource that covers a wide range of endodontic procedures, including non-surgical root canal therapy, surgical root canal therapy, trauma care and the management of fractured teeth, apexification, apexogenesis, revascularization, regeneration, Cvek partial pulpotomy, root canal retreatment, and periapical surgery. The provision of numerous flowcharts, checklists, and advice on error avoidance for each procedure will assist in decision-making in daily practice. Scientific and clinical evidence regarding the use and efficacy of the different forms of treatment is summarized, and helpful information is also presented on instrumentation. The inclusion of exam questions will assist those preparing for endodontic examinations. A Primer on Endodontic Treatment will be of value for dental students, residents in training to become endodontists, endodontists, pediatric dentists, and established dentists.
  • 2011 Springer
    Elgazzar, Abdelhamid H.; Wagner, Henry N.
    Basic Considerations -- Genitourinary System -- Digestive and Hepatobiliary System -- Endocrine System -- Soft Tissue Infection and Inflammation -- Respiratory System -- Skeletal System -- Cardiovascular System -- Central Nervous System -- Nuclear Oncology -- Therapeutic Applications of Nuclear Medicine.
  • 2015 Wiley
    Hackshaw, Allan K.
    Fundamental concepts -- Outcome measures, risk factors, and causality -- Effect sizes and regression methods -- Studies based on patient medical records -- Cross-sectional studies -- Case-control studies -- Cohort studies -- Quality of care studies -- Prognostic markers for predicting outcomes -- Systematic reviews and meta-analyses -- Conducting and reporting observational studies.
  • 2007 Ovid
    Wiggins, Chris E.
    General principles and philosophy -- Resources and strategy -- Common terms -- Combining multiple impairments -- General guidelines for impairment ratings -- Upper extremity -- Lower extremity -- Spine and pelvis -- Skin -- Complex regional pain syndrome, causalgia, reflex sympathetic dystrophy.
  • 2002 CRCnetBASE
    Gould, Jay E.; Gould, Jay E.
  • 2011 ClinicalKey
    Gartner, Leslie P.; Gartner, Leslie P.; Hiatt, James L.
    Concise Histology is the successor to the world-renowned Bloom and Fawcett's Textbook of Histology. This major new edition focuses on the core information and skills needed by students, and presents the essential elements of the body at the cellular, tissue and systematic levels. Highly illustrated in full color, the new edition has been fully updated throughout. The introductory chapter on cell biology has been substantially expanded and a new glossary has been added to help students with unfamiliar terminology. Each chapter contains a brief section on the histophysiology of each tissue and organ, and highlighted boxes identify the diseases resulting from the malfunctioning of specific cells. At the end of each chapter a series of questions allows students to test their knowledge. EM and microscopic level photographs have been digitally enhanced to provide optimum quality images. This new edition also comes with a free CD-ROM containing over 2000 questions and answers for self-assessment and 150 text-labelled images.
  • 2014 Springer
    Hanafusa, Norio; Noiri, E.
    This pocket-sized manual serves as a concise and ideal reference work for therapeutic approaches using apheresis. Covering both basic theory and clinical details to facilitate improved treatment and patient outcomes, the text considers a variety of diseases, including myasthenia gravis, multiple sclerosis, Guillain-Barre syndrome, chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy, nephrotic syndrome, TTP/TMA, dilated cardiomyopathy, and many other conditions. The book also reviews the growing trend toward adopting this unique therapy for a wide range of health management issues such as morbid obesity and/or type 2 diabetes, and for lowering LDL-cholesterol (cholesterol apheresis) in patients unresponsive to medication or lifestyle modification.
  • 2007 Springer
    Berger, Dieter P.
  • 2013 Wiley
    Mishra, Saroj; Agrawal, Dipti.
    Introduction -- Host-microbe interactions -- Antibiotics and other chemotherapeutic agents -- Antiseptics and disinfectants -- Gram-positive cocci -- Gram-positive bacilli -- Gram-positive bacteria with rudimentary filaments -- Gram-negative cocci -- Gram-negative bacilli -- Miscellaneous gram-negative bacteria -- Spirochetes and bacteria without a cell wall -- Actinomycetes -- Introduction to pathogenic fungi and superficial mycoses -- Subcutaneous and systemic mycoses -- Unicellular parasites -- Multicellular parasites -- Viruses and prions.
  • 1998 (3rd ed.). AccessMedicine
    Chandrasoma, Para; Taylor, C.R.
    Also available: Print – 1995-98.
  • 2012 Karger
    Dhawan, Anil.
    Growing up with liver disease, psychological aspects of paediatric liver disease / H. Boulton, F. Bathgate -- Acute liver failure in children and adolescents / NP Shanmugam, S Bansal, A Dhawan -- Progressive familial intrahepatic cholestasis in children / AS Knisley -- Biliary atresia / R Hill, M Davenport -- Alagille Syndrome / M Mouzaki, BM Kamath -- Immune deficiency-related liver disease / N Hadzic -- Autoimmune liver disease / G Mielli-Vergani, D Vergani -- Wilson Disease / P Socha -- Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in children / A Alisi, R De Vito, D Viggiano, L Morcaldi, V Nobili -- Non-cirrhotic portal hypertension / SK Yachha, B Jagadisan -- Primary liver malignancies: surgical aspects including transplantation / J-B Otte -- Viral hepatitis in children / X Stephene, E Sokal -- Non-viral infections of the liver / A Verma -- Intestinal failure, parenteral nutrition and liver disease / OJ Goulet -- Liver transplantation / R Ciria, N Heaton -- Hepatocyte transplantation, 'omics' and gene therapy in the management of liver diseases / S Jitraruch, H Qin, RD Hughes, SC Lehec, RR Mitry.
  • 2014 Karger
    Lunsford, L. Dade; Niranjan, Ajay.
    Cerebral concussion : a historical perspective / Maroon, J.C -- Biomechanics of concussion / B.D. Stemper, F.A. Pintar -- The neurophysiology of concussion / D.A. Hovda -- Chronic traumatic encephalopathy / B. Omalu -- Cumulative effects of repetitive mild traumatic brain injury / J.E. Bailes, M.L. Dashnaw, A.L. Petraglia, R.C. Turner -- Understanding concussive injuries using investigational imaging methods / L.C. Henry -- Neurometabolic, electrophysiological, and imaging abnormalities / E. Chamard, M. Lassonde, H. Théoret -- Detection of white matter injury in concussion using high-definition fiber tractography / S.S. Shin, S. Pathak, N. Presson, W. Bird, L. Wagener, W. Schneider, D.O. Okonkwo, J.C. Fernandez-Miranda -- Magnetoencephalography in the diagnosis of concussion / R.R. Lee, M. Huang -- Evidence-based management of sport-related concussion / M. McCrea, K. Guskiewicz -- In-office management of sport-related concussion / E. Reynolds, M.W. Collins -- Treating prolonged symptoms of mild traumatic brain injury : neuropharmacology / K. Lercher, C. Camiolo Reddy -- Rehabilitation from postconcussion syndrome : nonpharmacological treatment / A.L. Nelson Sheese, T.A. Hammeke -- Concussion in ice hockey / C.M. Bonfield, D.A. Wecht, L.D. Lunsford -- Management of concussion in the professional football player / E.M. Pieroth, C. Hanks -- Developing an interdisciplinary community-based sports concussion management program / A. LoGalbo, C.M. Salinas, M. Dougherty, M. Field -- The multidisciplinary concussion management program / D.M. Panczykowski, J.E. Pardini -- Vulnerability in speed of visuomotor ability / A.B. Shuttleworth-Edwards, S.E. Radloff, V.J. Whitefield-Alexander -- Detecting eye movement abnormalities from concussion / J. Maruta, J. Ghajar -- Neurodegenerative changes after mild traumatic brain injury / S. Fakhran, L. Alhilali -- Future directions in brain injury research / T.A. Gennarelli.
  • 2014 Springer
    Sebastianelli, Wayne; Slobounov, Semyon.
    Consequences of Ignorance and Arrogance for Mismanagement of Sports-Related Concussions: Short- and Long-Term Complications -- Neuropsychological Testing in Sports Concussion Management: An Evidence-Based Model when Baseline Is Unavailable -- Feasibility of Virtual Reality for Assessment of Neurocognitive, Executive, and Motor Functions in Concussion -- Feasibility of Electroencephalography for Direct Assessment of Concussion -- The Relevance of Assessing Cerebral Metabolic Recovery for a Safe Return to Play Following Concussion -- The Biomechanics of Concussion: 60 Years of Experimental Research -- Acute and Lingering Impairments in Post-concussion Postural Control -- Biomechanical Studies of Impact and Helmet Protection -- Neuropathology of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Relationship to Structural Neuroimaging Findings -- Metabolic Dysfunction Following Traumatic Brain Injury -- Advanced Neuroimaging of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury -- Biomarkers for Concussion -- Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury -- Predicting Postconcussive Symptoms After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in Children and Adolescents -- Long-Term Effects of Pediatric Mild Traumatic Brain Injury -- Neuropsychological Assessment of Sports-Related Concussion: Pediatric Challenges -- Management of Collegiate Sport-Related Concussions -- Sports-Related Subconcussive Head Trauma -- The Role of the Quantitative EEG in the Diagnosis and Rehabilitation of the Traumatic Brain Injured Patients -- Current Understanding of Concussion: Treatment Perspectives -- Post-concussion Syndrome, Persistent Symptomatic Concussion, Related Sequelae, and Treatment of Mild Closed Head Injury.
  • 2012 CRCnetBASE
    Parker, Rolland S.
    "Continuing the tradition of the bestselling first edition, this second edition provides comprehensive coverage of neurobehavioral disorders in children and adults following impact and acceleration accidents. Completely revised and updated, the book includes comprehensive coverage of consciousness including normal, acute, and persistent alterations. Drawing on his training, education, and experience in human physiology, neuroanatomy, and endocrinology, the author not only gives readers a solid foundation for understanding, diagnosing, and treating concussive brain trauma, but also gives them tools to increase standards of care"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2006
    Sarin, Kavita Y.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2007 Springer
    Abuin, A.; Feil, Robert; Metzger, Daniel.
    Conditional somatic mutagenesis in the mouse using site-specific recombinases -- Cre/loxP-mediated chromosome engineering of the mouse genome -- Tetracycline-controlled genetic switches -- Novel gene switches -- Improved embryonic stem cell technologies -- Gene trap mutagenesis -- RNA interference in mice -- Viral vectors: a wide range of choices and high levels of service -- Conditional mutagenesis by cell-permeable proteins: potential, limitations and prospects -- Analysis of mouse development with conditional mutagenesis -- Conditional mouse models of cancer -- Conditional mutagenesis reveals immunological functions of widely expressed genes: activation thresholds, homeostatic mechanisms and disease models -- Conditional transgenesis and recombination to study the molecular mechanisms of brain plasticity and memory -- A novel conditional knockout strategy applied to serotonin receptors -- Conditional mouse models for Friedreich Ataxia, a neurodegenerative disorder associating cardiomyopathy -- Animal models in cardiovascular diseases: new insights from conditional models -- Conditional animal models for the study of lipid metabolism and lipid disorders -- Conditional mouse models to study developmental and pathophysiological gene function in muscle -- Analysis of calcuim channels by conditional mutagenesis -- Conditional mutagenesis of G-protein coupled receptors and G-proteins -- Contribution of targeted conditional somatic mutagenesis to deciphering retinoid X receptor functions and to generating mouse models of human diseases.
  • 2014 CRCnetBASE
    Shaw, Chris C.
    History of X-ray computed tomography / Jiang Hsieh -- Acquisition of projection images / Wei Zhao and Jeffrey H. Siewerdsen -- Reconstruction algorithms / Liang Li, Zhiqiang Chen, and Ge Wang -- Cone beam CT image quality / Jeffrey H. Siewerdsen, Wojciech Zbijewski, and Jennifer Xu -- Radiation dose / Ioannis Sechopoulos -- Image simulation / acovos Kyprianou, Andreu Badal, S. Gu, and Aldo Badano -- 3D image processing, analysis, and visualization / Kenneth R. Hoffmann, Peter B. Noël, and Martin Fiebich -- Volume-of-interest imaging / Chris C. Shaw -- Four-dimensional cone beam computed tomography / Tinsu Pan -- Image corrections for scattered radiation / Cem Altunbas -- Multidetector row CT / Xiangyang Tang -- Cone beam micro-CT for small-animal research / Erik L. Ritman -- Cardiac imaging / Katsuyuki (Ken) Taguchi and Elliot K. Fishman -- C-ARM CT in the interventional suite : current status and future directions / Rebecca Fahrig, Jared Starman, Erin Girard, Amin Al-Ahmad, Hewei Gao, Nishita Kothary, and Arundhuti Ganguly -- Cone beam CT : transforming radiation treatment guidance, planning, and monitoring / John W. Wong, David A. Jaffray, Jeffrey H. Siewerdsen, and Di Yan -- Breast CT / Stephen J. Glick.
  • 2014 Wiley
    Kapila, Sunil.
  • 2014 Springer
    Caruso, Pietro; Sconfienza, Luca Maria; Silvestri, Enzo.
    Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) has become the standard of reference in dental imaging. The distribution of CBCT devices is increasingly wide, and the number of required examinations is constantly growing. In this setting, it is now essential that medical and technical staff receive specific training in the use of CBCT and that technical guidelines for CBCT examinations are established. This clearly structured book on CBCT will be an ideal aid in daily clinical practice. It clearly explains basic CBCT anatomy, examination technique, and the use of 3D reformatting software. A wide range of cases are presented, covering the most frequent and relevant conditions and pathologies, including dental anomalies, inflammatory and degenerative disease, tumors, and implants.
  • 2011 Springer
    Kau, Chung How.
    Cone Beam CT of the Head and Neck' presents normal anatomy of the head using photographs of cadavers and CBCT images in sagittal, axial and coronal planes with the anatomic structures and landmarks clearly labelled. Important structures and regions are presented in detailed view. This is the first book with photographs of human tissue (based on slicing of cadaveric heads) combined with CBCT images.
  • 1987-
    Strauss, Harold C.; Vatner, S. F.
  • 2009 CRCnetBASE
    Uusipaikka, Esa.
  • 2009 Springer
    Hopperus Buma, Adriaan P. C. C.
  • 2014 Springer
    Ryan, James M.
    Conflict and Catastrophe Medicine: A Practical Guide 3e follows its successful predecessors in providing a framework for use by health professionals visiting a resource-constrained environment. Aimed at health professionals, Conflict and Catastrophe Medicine: A Practical Guide 3e encompasses problems brought about by local conflict or natural disasters. Itcovers preparation, organisation, logistics, treatment of major trauma and medical emergencies, and the special problems of delivering medicine in a hostile environment. This book will provide the reader with a mix of theory, opinion and practical advice to guide him through areas of conflicts, catastrophes and remote locations.
  • 2014 Springer Protocols
    Paddock, Stephen W.
    Reflecting on confocal microscopy : a personal perspective / John White -- Laser scanning confocal microscopy : history, applications, and related optical sectioning techniques / Stephen W. Paddock and Kevin W. Eliceiri -- Confocal microscopy on the Internet / Kristin L. Hazelwood [and eight others] -- Using Photoshop with images created by a confocal system / Jerry Sedgewick -- Clearing up the signal : spectral imaging and linear unmixing in fluorescence microscopy / Timo Zimmermann [and three others] -- Low magnification confocal microscopy of tumor angiogenesis / George McNamara [and seven others] -- Confocal imaging of butterfly tissue / Craig R. Brunetti -- Confocal microscopy of cardiac myocytes / Robert L. Price [and five others] -- Confocal imaging of fluorescently labeled proteins in the Drosophila larval neuromuscular junction / Ian P. Coyle -- Confocal imaging and three-dimensional visualization of thick autofluorescent specimens / Angela V. Klaus, Valerie Schawaroch, and Kevin J. Frischmann -- Vital imaging of multicellular spheroids / Paulo J. Oliveira, Edward L. Perkins, and Jon Holy -- Live confocal analysis of mutant- and drug-treated Drosophila embryos / Barbara Fasulo and William Sullivan -- Confocal imaging of the microtubule cytoskeleton in C. elegans embryos and germ cells / Kevin F. O'Connell and Andy Golden -- Measurement in the confocal microscope / Guy Cox -- A method for quantifying blood flow distribution among the alveoli of the lung / Robert L. Conhaim, Dennis M. Heisey, and Glen E. Leverson -- Imaging tools for analysis of the ureteric tree in the developing mouse kidney / Luise A. Cullen-McEwen [and six others] -- Evaluating confocal microscopy system performance / Robert M. Zucker.
  • 2007
    Dorywalska, Magdalena.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2002 NAP
    Cohn, Felicia; Salmon, Marla E.; Stobo, John D.
  • 2010 Springer
    Ács, Nándor; Bánhidy, Ferenc G.; Czeizel, Endre.
    The Hungarian congenital abnormality registry (HCAR) -- Certain infectious and parasitic diseases -- Neoplasms -- Diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs -- Endocrine, nutritional and metabolic diseases -- Mental and behavioural disorders -- Diseases of the nervous system -- Diseases of the eye and adnexa -- Diseases of the ear and the mastoid process -- Diseases of the circulatory system -- Diseases of the respiratory system -- Diseases of the digestive system -- Diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue -- Diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue -- Diseases of the urinary tract -- Diseases of the genital organs -- Pregnancy, childbirth, and the puerperium -- Congenital malformations, deformations, and chromosomal abnormalities -- Association of maternal diseases during pregnancy with higher risk of congenital abnormalities (CAs) in their children -- Associations of maternal diseases with higher risk for preterm birth (PB) and low birth weight (LBW) newborns.
  • 2007 ScienceDirect
    Mushahwar, I. K.
  • 2006 Springer
    Hutto, Cecelia.
  • 2015 Springer
    Laub, Donald R.
    Written by leading experts in the fields of pediatrics, orthopedic surgery, and plastic and reconstructive hand surgery, Congenital Anomalies of the Upper Extremity encompasses the current knowledge of genetic and molecular causes of, and surgical and non-surgical treatment for, deformities of the hand. The book covers the many variations of congenital anomaly encountered in the clinical setting. Embryology, classification, incidence, and anesthesia considerations are discussed first, followed by physical medicine, rehabilitation and therapy management, including psychological considerations, for children living with these conditions. Failures of formation and differentiation of the fingers and hand plate, duplication, and overgrowth, as well as other generalized anomalies, are then presented in detail, including symbrachydactyly, syndactyly, Apert syndrome, polydactyly, amniotic band syndrome, and Madelung deformity, among others. Complete with plentiful photographs and illustrations to guide the clinician in preparing for and performing the necessary treatments, this is an essential book for hand surgeons, orthopedists and plastic surgeons.
  • 2011 Springer
    Halwachs-Baumann, Gabriele.
    Congenital cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection is the most common intrauterine transmitted viral infection, with a tremendous impact on fetuses and newborns. In this book the history of this disease, its pathophysiological background, epidemiology and symptoms, as well as diagnostic and therapeutic strategies, will be discussed. Since economic aspects are gaining more and more importance in health politics, one chapter is dedicated to this issue in the context of congenital CMV infection. The content is based on the latest scientific findings and written in an understandable manner, allowing persons not working in the field of congenital CMV to also profit from it. Thus, this book is of interest for medical doctors, nurses, midwives, economists, but also for men and women who want to inform themselves about this topic.
  • 2009 Springer
    Al-Tubaikh, Jarrah Ali; Reiser, Maximilian F.
  • 2007 Springer
    Hens, Luc; Howard, Vyvyan; Nicolopoulou-Stamati, P.
  • 2009 Springer
    Anderson, Robert H.; Redington, Andrew; Van Arsdell, Glen S.
  • 2009 Wiley
    Rudolph, Abraham M.
    The fetal circulation -- Perinatal and postnatal changes in the circulation -- Oxygen uptake and delivery -- Functional assessment -- Prenatal and postnatal pulmonary circulation -- The ductus arteriosus and persistent patency of the ductus arteriosus -- Ventricular septal defect -- Atrial septal defect : partial anomalous drainage of pulmonary veins -- Atrioventricular septal defect -- Bicuspid aortic valve and aortic stenosis -- Aortic atresia, mitral atresia, and hypoplastic left ventricle -- Aortic arch obstruction -- Total anomalous pulmonary venous connection -- Pulmonary stenosis and atresia with ventricular septal defect (tetralogy of Fallot) -- Pulmonary stenosis and atresia with intact ventricular septum -- Tricuspid atresia and hypoplastic right ventricle -- Ebstein malformation of the tricuspid valve -- Aortopulmonary transposition -- Truncus arteriosus communis.
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • 2007 Karger
    D'Annunzio, Giuseppe; Loche, Sandro; Lorini, Renata; Maghnie, Mohamad; Savage, M. O.
    Genomic approaches in genetic research for endocrine diseases / Ravazzolo, R. -- Genetic defects of the growth-hormone-IGF axis associated with growth hormone insensitivity / Woods, K. -- Late effects of disturbed IGF signaling in congenital diseases: intrauterine and postnatal growth retardation / Cianfarani, S. ... [et al.] -- Growth hormone receptor polymorphisms: controversies and outcome of growth hormone treatment / Buzi, F. ... [et al.] -- Genetic disorders involving adrenal development / Lin, L., Ferraz-de-Souza, B., Achermann, J.C. -- Early management and gender assignment in disorders of sexual differentiation / Hughes, I.A -- Prenatal and early postnatal treatment of congenital adrenal hyperplasia / Ghizzoni, L. ... [et al.] -- Neonatal diabetes: the role of KCNJ11 (Kir6.2) / Tammaro, P. -- Diagnosis of neonatal and infancy-onset diabetes / Barbetti, F. -- Management of neonatal and infancy-onset diabetes mellitus / Søvik, O. ... [et al.] -- Insights in congenital hyperinsulinism / Hussain, K. -- A clinical approach to severe insulin resistance / Savage, D.B. ... [et al.] -- Inherited endocrine diseases involving G proteins and G protein-coupled receptors / Spiegel, A.M. -- Stem cells: from animal research to clinical applications / Redi, C.A. ... [et al.].
  • 2014 Springer
    Rayan, Ghazi M.; Upton, Joseph.
    Physicians often have only partial knowledge of common congenital hand and upper extremity anomalies and their associated syndromes. Surgeons typically find these syndromes to be abstruse, and congenital hand conditions can represent an enigma even to pediatric geneticists. This book is designed to serve as a practical, up-to-date reference that will enable practitioners and students in a variety of disciplines to easily recognize the most common congenital upper extremity anomalies and syndromes. In total, 37 congenital upper extremity anomalies and 127 syndromes are discussed. Salient and common presenting features are described in detail and illustrated with the aid of high-quality digital color photographs whenever possible. In addition, relevant background information is included on such aspects as prevalence, etiology, pathogenesis, and findings elsewhere in the body.
  • 2009 Springer
    Corno, Antonio F.; Festa, Gigi.
    Introduction to CT scan and MRI; Anomalous systemic venous connections; Anomalous pulmonary venous connections; Atrial septal defect; Unroofed coronary sinus; Atrioventricular septal defect; Ventricular septal defect; Tetralogy of Fallot; Tetralogy of Fallot with absent pulmonary valve; Pulmonary atresia with intact ventricular septum; Ebstein's anomaly; Patent ductus arteriosus; Left ventricular outflow tract obstruction; Aortic coarctation; Aortic arch interruption; Complete transposition of the great arteries; Hypoplastic left heart syndrome; Cor triatriatrum; Tricuspid atresia.
  • 2015 Springer
    Senzaki, Hideaki; Yasukochi, Satoshi.
    This book comprehensively covers the latest information about ventricular?vascular morphology and function in congenital heart disease (CHD) assessed by various innovative methodologies. Anatomical (morphological) abnormalities in CHD are generally accompanied with abnormal loading conditions, which, in turn, cause ventricular and vascular functional impairments. The functional impairments may also exist independently of the anatomical abnormalities. These two (morphological and functional abnormalities) importantly interact to determine underlying pathophysiology and generate clinical symptoms in CHD. Therefore, detailed and precise assessment of morphology and function is essential to better understand and treat this disease. Recent advances in technology have provided useful tools for this purpose, and novel findings are accumulating. The information contained here will provide researchers and clinicians with invaluable knowledge in this field.
  • 2009 Springer
    Bergersen, Lisa; Foerster, Susan; Marshall, Audrey C.; Meadows, Jeffery.
  • 2008 ClinicalKey
    Aboulhosn, Jamil; Child, John S.; Perloff, Joseph K.
    Historical perspective / Joseph K. Perloff -- National and international scope / Joseph K. Perloff, Amy Verstappen -- Specialized facilities for adults with congenital heart disease / Joseph K. Perloff, Pamela D. Miner, Linda Houser -- Survival patterns without cardiac surgery or interventional catheterization : a narrowing base / Joseph K. Perloff -- Survival patterns after cardiac surgery or interventional catherterization : a broadening base / Joseph K. Perloff, Mark D. Plunkett -- Echocardiography in anatomic imaging and hemodynamic evaluation of adults with congenital heart disease / John S. Child -- Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography in the assessment of adult congenital heart disease / Jamil Aboulhosn, Howard Dinh, John P. Finn -- Infective endocarditis and congenital heart disease / John S. Child, David A. Pegues, Joseph K. Perloff -- Management of pregnancy and contraception in congenital heart disease / John S. Child, Koseph K. Perloff, Brian Koos -- Genetics, epidemiology, and counseling / Fabian Chen, Emmanuèle Délot, Joseph K. Perloff -- Exercise and athletics in adults with congenital heart disease / Jamil Aboulhosn, Joseph K. Perloff -- Cyanotic congenital heart disease : a multisystem disorder / Joseph K. Perloff -- Psychiatric and psychosocial disorders in congenital heart disease / Barry H. Guze, Elisa A. Moreno, Joseph K. Perloff -- Neurological disorders / Joseph K. Perloff, Jerffrey L. Saver -- Cardiac surgery in adults with congenital heart disease : Operation and reoperation / Daniel Marelli ... [et al.] -- Prosthetic materials : selection, use, and long-term effects / Mark D. Plunkett, Joseph K. Perloff -- Cardiac transplantation in patients with congenital heart disease / Jon A. Kobashigawa, Daniel Marelli -- Transcatheter interventions in adults with congenital heart disease / Jamil Aboulhosn, Daniel Levi, John W. Moore -- Noncardiac surgery / Joseph K. Perloff, Michael Sopher -- Residua and sequelae : a perspective / Joseph K. Perloff -- Residua and sequelae involving cardiac valves / Joseph K. Perloff, Mark D. Plunkett -- Electrophysiologic abnormalities : unoperated occurrence and postoperative residua and sequelae / Kalyanam Shivkumar, Joseph K. Perloff -- Myocardial growth and the development and regression of increased ventricular mass / Joseph K. Perloff.
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • 2006 Springer Protocols
    Kearns-Jonker, Mary.
    Genetics of cardiac septation defects and their pre-implantation diagnosis / Deborah A. McDermott, Craig T. Basson, and Cathy J. Hatcher -- Molecular and genetic aspects of DiGeorge/velocardiofacial syndrome / Deborah A. Driscoll -- Mutation screening for the genes causing cardiac arrhythmias / Jeffrey A. Towbin -- Mutation analysis of the FBN1 gene in patients with Marfan syndrome / Paul Coucke, Petra Van Acker, and Anne De Paepe -- Mutation analysis of PTPN11 in Noonan syndrome by WAVE / Navaratnam Elanko and Steve Jeffery -- Williams-Beuren syndrome diagnosis using fluorescence in situ hybridization / Lucy R. Osborne, Ann M. Joseph-George, and Stephen W. Scherer -- Congenital heart disease: molecular diagnostics of supravalvular aortic stenosis / May Tassabehji and Zsolt Urban -- "Chip"ping away at heart failure / J. David Barrans and Choong-Chin Liew -- Molecular diagnostics of catecholaminergic polymorphic ventricular tachycardia using denaturing high-perfomance liquid chromatography and sequencing / Alex V. Postma, Zahurul A. Bhuiyan, and Hennie Bikker -- Mutation detection in tumor suppressor genes using archival tissue specimens / Aristotelis Astrinidis and Elizabeth Petri Henske -- Friedreich ataxia: detection of GAA repeat expansions and frataxin point mutations / Massimo Pandolfo -- The cardiovascular manifestations of Alagille syndrome and JAG1 mutations / Elizabeth Goldmuntz, Elizabeth Moore, and Nancy B. Spinner -- Array analysis applied to malformed hearts: molecular dissection of tetralogy of Fallot / Silke Sperling -- DNA mutation analysis in heterotaxy / Stephanie M. Ware -- Use of denaturing high-performance liquid chromatography to detect mutations in pediatric cardiomyopathies / Amy J. Sehnert.
  • 2014 Springer
    Hartofilakidis, George; Babis, George C.; Lampropoulou-Adamidou, Kalliopi.
    Congenital hip disease (CHD) is the main cause of secondary osteoarthritis (OA) of the hip in young adults, which accounts for almost 40% of all cases of hip OA. Total hip replacement (THR) performed using optimal techniques can achieve a radical improvement in the quality of life of adult patients. This book offers in-depth coverage of all aspects of CHD in adults and its treatment. Relevant information is first provided on the basic anatomy of the hip and OA of the hip and on the classification, epidemiology, and natural history of CHD. The now limited role of femoral and pelvic osteotomies is carefully evaluated, and the use of THR is then considered in detail. Indications and preoperative planning are discussed, and the available operative techniques, analyzed. Clear guidance is provided on overcoming major technical difficulties, and the benefits of particular approaches and techniques are highlighted. More than 180 images and numerous case studies complement this reader-friendly text. The book will be an invaluable tool for orthopedic surgeons, rheumatologists and radiologists.
  • 2014 Springer
    Elden, Lisa M.; Zur, Karen B.
    Congenital Malformations of the Head and Neck offers a unique conceptual and visual approach to children with congenital malformations of the head and neck. Developed by renowned leaders in the field, this title is richly illustrated with a wealth of patient photos, radiology and endoscopic images of malformations. Starting with the genetics of common congenital syndromes, Congenital Malformations of the Head and Neck goes on to comprehensively cover malformations of the ear, nose, nasopharynx, oral cavity, oropharynx, cleft lip and palate, larynx, trachea, and neck. Easy-to-read and an indispensable reference and teaching resource, this title will serve as an invaluable reference for clinicians, neurologists, pediatricians, otolaryngologists and head and neck surgeons. It should also be of great interest to fellows and residents.
  • 2011 Springer
    Schwabegger, Anton H.
    Introduction -- Deformities of the anterior thoracic wall -- Diagnostics -- Aspects of indication setting for selection of individual therapy and informed consent -- Therapy -- Special techniques in the funnel chest deformity -- Special techniques in the keel chest deformity -- Special techniques in pectus arcuatum and mixed deformities -- Special aspects in females -- Special technique in the Poland syndrome -- Surgery of other congenital anomalies of the anterior thoracic wall -- Complications, special problems -- Actual technical improvements, future aspects -- Final conclusions.
  • 2007 Ovid
    Greenberg, Barry H.; Hosenpud, Jeffrey D.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2007 CRCnetBASE
    Reynolds, John R.; Skotheim, Terje A.; Skotheim, Terje A.
    Conductive polymers as organic nanometals -- Conducting polymer fibre for smart fabric and interactive textile applications -- Inkjet printing and patterning of PEDOT-PSS -- Printing organic electronics on flexible substrates -- Light emitting polymers -- Organic electro-optic materials -- Conjugated polymer electronics -- Electrical bistable polymer films and their applications in memory devices -- Electroactive polymers for batteries and supercapacitors -- Conjugated polymer based photovoltaic devices -- Biomedical applications of ICPs -- Biosensors based on conducting electroactive polymers -- Optical biosensors based on conjugated polymers -- Conducting polymers for MEMS and other micro-devices -- Corrosion protection using conducting polymers -- Artificial muscles.
  • 2010 Springer
    Groettrup, Marcus.
    To cope with the steadily growing body of knowledge and for organizational reasons the articles in this book are focussed on the modifiers ubiquitin, SUMO1/2/3, NED 8, ISG15 and FAT10 but it should be at least mentioned here that enzymes involved in conjugation and deconjugation of URM1, UFM1, ATG8 and ATG12 have been reported and continue to be investigated.
  • 2015 ScienceDirect
    O'Mara, S. M.; Tsanov, Marian.
    1. If I had a million neurons: potential tests of cortico-hippocampal theories -- 2. Diluted connectivity in pattern association networks facilitates the recall of information from the hippocampus to the neocortex -- 3. Cortico-hippocampal systems involved in memory and cognition: the PMAT framework -- 4. The subiculum: the heart of the extended hippocampal system -- 5. The neural correlates of navigation beyond the hippocampus -- 6. Septo-hippocampal signal processing: breaking the code -- 7. Major diencephalic inputs to the hippocampus: supramammillary nucleus and nucleus reuniens. Circuitry and function -- 8. Importance of the ventral midline thalmas in driving hippocampal functions -- 9. The mammillary bodies and memory: more than a hippocampal relay -- 10. Modulating the map: dopaminergic tuning of hippocampal spatial coding and interactions -- 11. Integrative hippocampal and decision-making neurocircuitry during goal-relevant predictions and encoding -- Index.
  • 2013
    Widdows, Heather.
    Currently, the ethics infrastructure -- from medical and scientific training to the scrutiny of ethics committees -- focuses on trying to reform informed consent to do a job which it is simply not capable of doing. Consent, or choice, is not an effective ethical tool in public ethics and is particularly problematic in the governance of genetics. Heather Widdows suggests using alternative and additional ethical tools and argues that if individuals are to flourish it is necessary to recognise and respect communal and public goods as well as individual goods. To do this she suggests a two-step process -- the 'ethical toolbox'. First the harms and goods of the particular situation are assessed and then appropriate practices are put in place to protect goods and prevent harms. This debate speaks to core concerns of contemporary public ethics and suggests a means to identify and prioritise public and common goods. -- [Publisher-supplied data]
  • 2015 CRCnetBASE
    Macchi, Maria Pia; Venkatasubramanian, Padma; Verotta, Luisella.
  • 2015
    A health impact assessment (HIA) was conducted to inform an update by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) of its designated housing rule and to illustrate the potential for incorporating health data into federal agency decisions. The designated housing rule allows housing authorities to allocate certain public housing properties, or a portion of them, for occupancy by senior families, disabled families, or a mixed population of senior and disabled families. HIAs identify the potential health effects of a proposed policy, project, or program to inform policymakers, those affected by the decision, and others with an interest in the outcome, and to offer practical options for maximizing health benefits while minimizing health risks. This particular HIA--which was conducted by the Health Impact Project, a collaboration of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and The Pew Charitable Trusts, in partnership with the Oregon Public Health Institute and the Metropolitan Area Planning Council--sought to identify potential health implications that could stem from changes to the designated housing rule. To provide HUD with data to inform the development of an updated rule, the assessment was conducted before the rule-making process began. The HIA examined two scenarios HUD could pursue, developed in consultation with key stakeholders. This assessment was also intended to demonstrate how HIA might be used--in the context of a federal rule-making process--as a tool to advance the National Prevention Council's goals. HUD is a member of the council, a multiagency federal panel charged with working together to improve the health of all Americans, and chose the designated housing rule-making process for this purpose. This document summarizes findings from the assessment. The study team conducted a systematic literature review; quantitative analysis of housing and health data; and qualitative research, including interviews and focus groups with a national sample of public housing residents, property managers, resident service coordinators, community partner organizations, and housing or health administrators. This report also outlines recommended actions, arising from the HIA, that HUD could take to optimize the potential health effects of designated housing rule-making.
  • 2014 CRCnetBASE
    Omelyanenko, Nikolay Petrovich; Mironov, S. P.; Slutsky, Leonid Ilyich.
    Chapter 1. Peculiarities of connective tissue histophysiology, biochemistry and molecular biology -- Chapter 2. Cellular elements of connective tissue -- Chapter 3. Extracellular matrix of connective tissue. Histophysiology, biochemistry and molecular biology -- Chapter 4. Regulation of connective tissue metabolic functions -- Chapter 5. Biochemical and molecular mechanisms and manifestations of connective tissue ageing -- Chapter 6. Bone : an organ of the support and locomotor apparatus containing all types of connective tissue -- Chapter 7. Cartilage-cartilaginous tissue : structural, biochemical and molecular biological characteristics -- Chapter 8. Bone tissue : the structural-functional, biochemical and biomolecular characteristics of its components -- Chapter 9. Biochemical characteristics of synovial membrane and synovia -- Chapter 10. Molecular biological and biochemical regularities of connective tissue structures ontogenesis.
  • 2014 Thieme Book
    Harms, Elke; Schiffter, Roland.
    "In 1929 Germany, physiotherapist Elisabeth Dicke suffered from poor circulation in her right leg, acute back pain, and a host of other ailments. With no medical options offered beyond amputation of the leg, she turned to her own training for help. She began to massage the skin and subcutaneous fascia of the sacral bone and pelvic crest with pulling strokes. After several applications, she experienced less back pain, increased circulation to the leg, and within three months, disappearance of all symptoms. This was the beginning of Dickes systematic, scientifically based treatment method of connective tissue massage (or Bindegewebsmassage), now in wide use throughout the world. In this book, practitioners will get the first detailed, how-to description of connective tissue massage (CTM) {in the English language} including the principles, knowledge, and skills to implement it. Special Features: Begins with the origin and practical benefits of CTM, including its neuroanatomical and neurophysiological basis, Explores the relationship between the sensory, motor, and autonomic nervous systems and the complex reflex mechanisms that are activated by CTM therapy, Describes and illustrates specific stroking techniques that trigger the appropriate neural reflexes in every body segment, Shows how to make a diagnostic assessment based on skin, connective tissue, and muscle zones, Covers the full range of orthopedic, neurological, internal medicine, and gynecologic disorders that can be effectively treated with CTM. Complete with treatment plans, indications and contraindications, and modern medical guidelines, this book is essential for all physical and massage therapists and osteopaths who want to successfully integrate CTM into their practices. It is also a fascinating reference for physicians and other medical professionals who are interested in learning more about this important manual technique." --Provided by publisher.
  • 2013 CRCnetBASE
    Evans, W. Howard; Kwak, Brenda R.; Oviedo-Orta, Ernesto.
    Communication in the immune system by connexin channels / E. Oviedo-Orta and W. Howard Evans -- Gap junctions and connexins in the hematopoietic-immune system : structural considerations / T. Krenacs, I. Zsakovics and M. Rosendaal -- Approaches for studying the role(s) of gap junctions in the immune system / A.M. Glass, T.D. Nguyen, S. Taffet -- Gap junctions in antigen presenting cells / P.J. Saez, K.F. Shoji, J.C. Saez -- Connect the immune system : roles of gap junctions in antigen presentation and T cell activation / B. Pang, J. Neefjes -- Gap junctions and connexins in the immune defence against tumors / F. Salazar-Onfray -- Connexins in atherosclerosis / L. Burnier, B.R. Kwak -- Connexins in lung function and inflammation / M. Chanson, M. Koval -- The effect of oxidative stress on connexins in the vasculature / M. Billaud ... [et al.] -- The regulation of gap junctions and cellular coupling within the microvasculature in response to acute inflammation / D. Lidington, K. Tyml -- Impact of microglial activation on astroglial connexin expression and function in brain inflammation / C. Giaume ... [et al.] -- A role for connexins in inflammatory disorders of the epidermis / S. Donnelly, P. Martin -- Translating basic research on Cx43 gap junctions into therapies for reducing scarring and cardiac arrhythmia / J.M. Rhett ... [et al.] -- Connexin-based therapeutic approaches to inflammation in the central nervous system / J. Zhang ... [et al.] -- Enhancing epithelial tissue repair and reducing inflammation by targeting connexins / D.L. Becker ... [et al.].
  • ClinicalKey, latest edition only
    Bope, Edward T.; Conn, Howard F.; Kellerman, Rick; Rakel, Robert E.
    Also available: Print – 1984-86
    Also available: Print – 1987-<2016>
  • 2005 Springer
    Wallace, Rodrick.
  • 2008
    Arvanitis, Constadina.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • Update 17-20, 2006-2011. LC
    Also available: Print – 1994-
  • 2002 NAP
    Knobler, Stacey; Lederberg, Joshua; Pray, Leslie A.
  • v. 1-3, 1921-25.
    Janet, Charles.
  • 2014 Springer
    Rose, Suzanne.
    Constipation: A Practical Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment serves as an unmet resource for physicians and other health care providers, including trainees and students, who see patients with constipation. The text reviews pathophysiologic mechanisms and details evaluation and management strategies. The volume also enables the reader to identify epidemiologic factors and quality of life parameters for patients with constipation, discuss differences in pathophysiologic mechanisms for different etiologies of constipation, recognize primary causes of constipation, and assess special considerations related to the symptom of constipation including presentations in the elderly, in pregnant women, in patients with systemic diseases, and patients with a history of abuse. Written by thought leaders and recognized experts in gastrointestinal motility and medical education, Constipation: A Practical Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment is of great value and utility for gastroenterologists, primary care physicians, gynecologists, nurse practitioners, physician's assistants, as well as fellows and residents.
  • 2006 Springer
    Duthie, Graeme; Wexner, Steven D.
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • pt. A-B, 2010. ScienceDirect
    pt. B ScienceDirect
    Conn, P. Michael.
    Also available: Print – pt. A-B, 2010.
  • 2013
    Allen, Greg Maness; Chu, Gilbert; Straight, Aaron; Theriot, Julie A.
    The actin-based crawling motility of eukaryotic cells is a vital example of emergent cellular behavior arising from the mechanical output of thousands to millions of individual chemical reactions occurring every second. In this work, I describe a set of experimental and analytical results that seek to reveal the underlying organization and operations of this micron sized biological machine. We found that the morphology of crawling cells is quantitatively dictated by the cytoskeletal elements that produce motility. Each cell is unique in its organization and behavior, and across a population of cells this variation could largely be reduced to a single dimension. Globally perturbing the biochemical reaction rates that drive motility with changes in temperature forced individual cells out of their steady state behavior along this same single dimension of variation. In addition individual cells fluctuated harmonically around their steady state behavior, suggesting a mechanical oscillator arising from the coupling of the processes of actin meshwork assembly and disassembly. Flickers of elevated intracellular concentration of the canonical secondary messenger calcium were seen, but these calcium flickers were not required for cell motion nor were they correlated with any measured change in cell behavior. The orientation of motion, similar to the rate of motion, is directly coupled to the cytoskeletal organization and cellular shape. To change their direction of migration, cells develop asymmetries in the interwoven actions of myosin contractility and adhesion to the substrate at the rear of the cell creating asymmetric centripetal actin flow. This system of controlling orientation was responsive to external cues from electric fields secondary to electrophoretic redistribution of charged membrane components extending into the extracellular space.
  • 2013
    Sanghvi, Jayodita Chetan; Altman, Russ B.; Bryant, Zev; Covert, Markus; Swartz, James R.
    Significant progress has been made in experimentally discovering and understanding the molecular mechanisms of various cellular processes, from metabolism to cell division. However, integrating this knowledge into a comprehensive understanding of cellular physiology remains a challenge. We have attempted to synthesize the scientific community's knowledge of cell biology into one system by building the first computational model of the life cycle of a single cell. Our model describes Mycoplasma genitalium, the simplest known self-replicating organism. The model accounts for all known gene functions and molecular interactions. This "whole-cell" model provides a better understanding of basic cellular physiology and cell-to-cell variation. Furthermore, this model can be used to make systems level predictions and biological discoveries that would not have been possible without this integrated view of a cell. In order to represent all of the known gene functions of M. genitalium, we divided the genes into 28 functional groups describing cellular processes such as replication, transcription, translation, metabolism, supercoiling, and cytokinesis. We developed independent computational models for each of these cellular processes using the mathematical representation best fit for the given process, such as linear optimization, ordinary differential equations, and probabilistic and stochastic methods. To integrate the system, information was passed between these sub-modules at each second of the simulated cell cycle. Data and parameters for the model were acquired from hundreds of publications in the literature. The model was fit, benchmarked, and tested such that the cell grows and divides according to our understanding of cell physiology. The whole-cell model outputs the counts, actions, and interactions of every molecule at every time point of the cell cycle. It has made novel predictions about various aspects of cellular biology including protein occupation of the chromosomes, energy usage, and non-transcriptional forms of cell-cycle regulation. We performed an experimental study, measuring the growth rates of single-gene disruption M. genitalium strains, and found that 84% of the model predicted growth rates matched the experimental results, thus validating the predictive power of the model. The remaining 16% of growth rates indicated misrepresentations in the model--opportunities for biological discovery. We were able to predict biological behavior that would reconcile most of these discrepancies, and in three cases the model was able to predict refined kinetic parameters of compensatory metabolic reactions in the system. We performed kinetic assays to validate the accuracy of all three self-refining model predictions. This thesis presents the first gene-complete model of an organism that has been experimentally validated. Using the model to guide and support future experimentation, we hope to continue to discover previously unknown cellular physiology. Overall, the whole cell model enables a view of the entire inner workings of a cell, an integrated understanding that is difficult to achieve by experimentation alone. We hope that expansions of this model will continue to enable discovery of cellular biology, will increase our understanding of prokaryotes and higher organisms, will elucidate multifaceted behaviors like complex disease states, and will serve as predictive tools to guide synthetic biology.
  • 2008
    Chen, William Chuan-ching.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2008
    Hill, Matthew Micah.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • Osser, David N.
  • 1972-
    Shelley, Walter B.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2013 ScienceDirect
    2013 ClinicalKey
    Kessler, Craig M.; Kitchens, Craig S.; Konkle, Barbara A.
    The Consultative Process -- A Systematic Approach to the Bleeding Patient: Correlation of Clinical Symptoms and Signs with Laboratory Testing -- Endothelium -- Hemophilia A and B -- Less Common Congenital Disorders of Hemostasis -- Acquired Coagulation Disorders Caused by Inhibitors -- von Willebrand Disease -- General Aspects of Thrombocytopenia, Platelet Transfusions, and Thrombopoietic Growth Factors -- Primary Immune Thrombocytopenia -- Congenital and Acquired Disorders of Platelet Function and Number -- Purpura and Other Hematovascular Disorders -- Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation -- The Crosstalk of Inflammation and Coagulation in Infectious Disease and Their Roles in Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation -- Thrombophilia: Clinical and Laboratory Assessment and Management -- Pediatric Aspects of Thrombophilia -- Deep Vein Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolism -- Venous Thromboses at Unusual Sites -- Postthrombotic Syndrome -- Thrombocytosis: Essential Thrombocythemia and Reactive Causes -- Antiphospholipid Syndrome: Pathogenesis, Clinical Presentation, Diagnosis, and Patient Management -- Hemostatic Aspects of Cardiovascular Medicine -- Nonarteriosclerotic Arterial Occlusive Disease -- Thrombosis and Cancer -- Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura and Related Thrombotic Microangiopathies -- Heparin-Induced Thrombocytopenia -- Antithrombotic Agents -- Blood Component and Pharmacologic Therapy for Hemostatic Disorders -- Thrombolytic Therapy -- Topical Hemostatic Agents -- Therapeutic Apheresis: Applications for Hemorrhagic and Thrombotic Disorders -- Use of Vena Cava Filters and Venous Access Devices -- Dietary Supplements and Hemostasis -- Thrombotic Risk of Contraceptives and Other Hormonal Therapies -- Bleeding and the Management of Hemorrhagic Disorders in Pregnancy -- Thrombophilia in Pregnancy -- Surgery and Hemostasis -- Anticoagulation in the Perioperative Period -- Understanding and Managing the Coagulopathy of Liver Disease -- Outpatient Anticoagulant Therapy -- Point-of-Care Hemostasis Testing -- Prevention and Treatment of Venous Thromboembolism in Neurologic and Neurosurgical Patients -- Hematologic Interventions for Acute Central Nervous System Disease -- Atrial Septal Abnormalities and Cryptogenic Stroke -- Pulmonary Hypertension: Thrombotic and Nonthrombotic in Origin -- Hemorrhage Control and Thrombosis Following Severe Injury -- Hemostatic Aspects of Sickle Cell Disease -- Anticoagulation for Atrial Fibrillation and Prosthetic Cardiac Valves.
  • 2005 Springer
    Lewis, Deborah.
    Consumer health informatics / Deborah Lewis, Betty L. Chang, Charles P. Friedman -- Empowered consumers / Patricia Flatley Brennan and Charles Safran -- Tailored health communication / Rita Kukafka -- Design and evaluation of consumer health information web sites / Gunther Eysenbach -- Information delivery methods / James H. Harrison, Jr. -- Delivery of online learning for healthcare consumers / Deborah Lewis -- Qualitative evaluation in consumer health informatics / Bonnie Kaplan -- Patient-to-patient communication: support groups and virtual communities / Gunther Eysenbach -- Electronic patient-centered communication: e-mail and other e-ways to communicate clinically / Daniel Z. Sands -- Consumer health vocabulary / Catherine Arnott Smith and P. Zoë Stavri -- Disability informatics / Richard Appleyard -- Ethical issues in consumer health informatics / Holly B. Jimison -- Social informatics and consumer health / Steve Sawyer -- Security of healthcare information systems / Roy Schoenberg -- The National Library of Medicine reaches out to consumers / Joyce E.B. Backus and Eve-Marie Lacroix -- Baby CareLink: collaborative tools to support families / Charles Safran and Denise Goldsmith -- CHOICEs: patients as participants in shared care planning at the point of care / Cornelia M. Ruland -- MedCERTAIN/MedCIRCLE: using semantic web technologies for quality management of health information on the web / Gunther Eysenbach -- The MI-HEART Project / Rita Kukafka, Yves A. Lussier, and James J. Cimino -- CHESS: 10 years of research and development in consumer health informatics for broad populations, including the underserved / David H. Gustafson ... [et al.].
  • 2016 Springer
    Wetter, Thomas.
    Part I. Introducing the Domain and Levels of Service -- 1. Character of domain and organization of book -- 2. Economy 1: immanent mismatch between demand and supply of health care workforce -- 3. Level 0: searching-finding-trusting-acting-risking one's life? -- 4. Level 1: enhancing the provider- client relation through IT -- 5. Level 2: services without in-person contact between provider and client -- 6. Level 3: patient power on the web: the multifaceted role of personal health wisdom -- 7. Distinctive features of services conveyed through mobile apps -- Part II. Building Safety Nets Around the Active Client -- 8. Dimensions of patient risks and requirements for patient safety -- 9. Services for all stages of the metabolic syndrome and its consequences -- 10. Basic services reach out towards under-served populations -- 11. Smart homes: empowering the patient till the end -- 12. Partial solutions for patient safety -- Part III. Additional Methodology -- 13. Privacy and data protection: mission impossible? -- 14. The patient-centered electronic health record and patient portals -- 15. Scrutinized proof of effectiveness or cost effectiveness regarding patient reported outcomes -- 16. Economy 2: economic subsistence of services when research funding ends -- 17. Towards future consumer health informatics adapted health care legislation -- Trademarks -- Nomenclature -- General index -- Index of services.
  • 2007 CRCnetBASE
    MacFie, Hal.
    pt. 1. Understanding consumer food choice and acceptance: 1. Integrating consumer responses to food products / H.L. Meiselman -- 2. Sensory perception as a basis of food acceptance and consumption / H. Tuorila -- 3. How does culture affect choice of foods? / P. Rozin -- 4. Psychobiological mechanisms in food choice / M.R. Yeomans -- 5. How do risk beliefs and ethics affect food choice? / A. Saba -- 6. Consumer attitudes to food innovation and technology / M. Siegris -- pt. 2. Determining consumers' food-related attitudes for food product development -- 7. Methods to understand consumer attitudes and motivations in food product development / D. Buck -- 8. Using means-end chains to understand food consumers' knowledge structures / A. Krystallis -- 9. Consumer attitude measures and food product development / K. Bruns and K. G. Grunert -- 10. Measuring consumer expectations to improve food product development / A.V. Cardello -- 11. Boredom and the reasons why some new food products fail / E.P. Koster and J. Mojet -- 12. SensoEmotional optimisation of food products and brands / D. Thomson -- pt. 3. Methods for consumer-led food product development -- 13. Sensory research and consumer-led food product development / H. Stone and J.L. Sidel -- 14. Opportunity identification in new product development and innovation in food product development / E. van Kleef and H.C.M. van Trijp -- 15. Consumer-driven concept development and innovation in food product development / H. Moskowitz -- 16. Consumer testing of food products using children / R. Popper and J.J. Kroll -- 17. The use of just-about-right (JAR) scales in food product development and reformulation / L. Rothman -- 18. Conducting difference testing and preference trials properly for food product development / M. O'Mahony -- 19. Thurstonian probabilistic approaches to new food product development / J.F. Delwiche -- 20. Using auctions to estimate prices and value of food products / Y. Loheac and S. Issanchou-- 21. The use of partial least squares methods in new food product development / M. Martens ... [et al.] -- 22. Case study of consumer-oriented food product development: reduced-calorie foods / J. Bogue and D. Sorenson -- 23. Preference mapping and food product development / H. MacFie.
  • 2012 Springer
    Brown, Louis D.
    Introduction -- Using existing theory to build a conceptual framework of consumer-run organizations -- Refining the preliminary framework to create the role framework -- Constructing journalistic life history narratives to explore the role framework -- Life history narratives from the P.S. Club -- Using narratives to understand how people benefit from CROs -- How organizations influence role development -- Role development and recovery -- Conclusion.
  • 2006
    Lawlor, Clark.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2006 Springer
    Frosch, Peter J.; Lepoittevin, J.-P; Menné, Torkil.
  • 2011 Springer
    Frosch, Peter J.; Johansen, J. D.; Lepoittevin, J.-P.
    "The fifth edition of Contact Dermatitis covers in detail every conceivable aspect of irritant and allergic contact dermatitis and its modern-day management. Special emphasis is given to immunological mechanisms, molecular aspects of sensitizers, atypical clinical forms, reactions to medicaments, and occupational and environmental factors. In order to optimize the diagnostic approach, a wide range of information is provided, including a dictionary of contact allergens. Retained chapters from the previous edition have been thoroughly revised to reflect the latest knowledge. Furthermore, completely new chapters have been added on a variety of topics, including genetics, the role of the skin barrier, the link between respiratory symptoms triggered by chemicals and contact dermatitis, and prevention. The editors and authors are all leading practitioners in the field. The comprehensive but approachable text is supplemented by a large number of full color illustrations and tables. Core messages highlight the most important information and will help the reader to gain a better understanding of the subject and greater competence in everyday practice."--Publisher's website.
  • 2012 ScienceDirect
    2012 ClinicalKey
    Efron, Nathan.
    Examination and grading -- Anterior eye examination -- Grading scales -- Grading morphs -- Eyelids -- Blinking abnormalities -- Eyelid ptosis -- Meibomian gland dysfunction -- Eyelash disorders -- Tear film -- Dry eye -- Mucin balls -- Conjunctiva -- Conjunctival staining -- Conjunctival redness -- Papillary conjunctivitis -- Limbus -- Limbal redness -- Vascularized limbal keratitis -- Superior limbic keratoconjunctivitis -- Corneal epithelium -- Corneal staining -- Epithelial microcysts -- Epithelial oedema -- Epithelial wrinkling -- Stromal oedema -- Stromal thinning -- Deep stromal opacities -- Corneal neovascularization -- Corneal infiltrative events -- Microbial keratitis -- Corneal warpage -- Corneal endothelium -- Endothelial bedewing -- Endothelial blebs -- Endothelial cell redistribution -- Endothelial polymegethism -- Grading scales for contact lens complications -- Guillon tear film classification system.
  • v. 1-2, 1984- (Most recent update 1984)
    Dabezies, Oliver H.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2008
    Wald, Priscilla.
    How should we understand the fear and fascination elicited by the accounts of communicable disease outbreaks that proliferated, following the emergence of HIV, in scientific publications and the mainstream media? The repetition of particular characters, images, and story lines - of Patients Zero and superspreaders, hot zones and tenacious microbes - produced a formulaic narrative as they circulated through the media and were amplified in popular fiction and film. The "outbreak narrative" begins with the identification of an emerging infection, follows it through the global networks of contact and contagion, and ends with the epidemiological work that contains it. Priscilla Wald argues that we need to understand the appeal and persistence of the outbreak narrative because the stories we tell about disease emergence have consequences. As they disseminate information, they affect survival rates and contagion routes. They upset economies. They promote or mitigate the stigmatizing of individuals, groups, locales, behaviors, and lifestyles.
  • Finger, Simon.
    "A rude place and an unpolisht man" : William Penn and the nature of Pennsylvania -- "An infancy of government" : population, authority, and the problem of proprietorship -- "A suitable charity or an effectual security" : community, contagion, and the care of strangers -- "A body corporate and politick" : association, interest, and improvement in a provincial city -- "Improvement in every part of the healing art" : transatlantic cultures of medical improvement -- "A fine field for professional improvement" : sites and sources of medical authority in the Revolutionary War -- "In a yielding state" : nervous nationalism in the new republic -- "Those friendly reciprocities" : panic and participation in the age of yellow fever -- "A matter of police" : fever and betrayal in the federal union.
  • 2012 Springer
    Brown, Steven R.; Hartley, John E.; Hill, Jim; Scott, Nigel A.; Williams, J. Graham.
    1. Introduction: Colorectal Surgery - The Specialty / Nigel Scott and Lars Påhlman -- 2. Hemorrhoids / J. Graham Williams -- 3. Anal Fissure and Its Management / Aidan Fowler -- 4. Anorectal Fistula / Rick Nelson -- 5. The Management of Pilonidal Sinus Disease / Asha Senapati -- 6. Hidradenitis Suppurativa / Nigel Scott -- 7. Pruritus Ani / Ian Badger -- 8. Anorectal Sexually Transmitted Infections / Benjamin P. Goorney -- 9. Colorectal Cancer Screening and Surveillance / Susan K. Clark -- 10. Imaging in Colorectal Cancer / Rishi Sethi and Stephen H. Lee -- 11. Early Colorectal Cancer Management / Jim Hill -- 12. Colon Cancer: Advantages of the Laparoscopic Approach and the Principles of Enhanced Recovery / Hugh J. Gallagher and Sophie E. Noblett -- 13. Evidence-Based Management of Rectal Cancer / Paul Rooney and Nagarajan Pranesh -- 14. Chemotherapy and Biomarkers / Francisca E. Marti and Mark P. Saunders -- 15. Colorectal Liver Metastases / Saurabh Jamdar, Aali J. Sheen, and Ajith K. Siriwardena -- 16. Anal Cancer / Jim Hill -- 17. Medical Management of Ulcerative Colitis / Paul Flanagan and Keith Leiper -- 18. Surgical Options in Ulcerative Colitis / Daniel L. Beral and John E. Hartley -- 19. Surgery for Fulminant Colitis / Kaori Futaba, Tony Mak, and Dion Morton -- 20. Failing Pouch / Hasan T. Kirat and Feza H. Remzi -- 21. Surgery for Small Bowel Crohn's Disease / Paul Rooney and Nicola Eardley -- 22. Perianal Crohn's Disease / Nigel Scott -- 23. Surgical Nutrition / Ciaran J. Walsh -- 24. Diverticular Disease / Catherine McCarthy, Niklas Hennessy, and Basil Fozard -- 25. Assessment and Investigation of Fecal Incontinence and Constipation / Peter J. Mitchell and Edward S. Kiff -- 26. Interventions for Fecal Incontinence / Steven R. Brown -- 27. The Management of Constipation / Sushil Maslekar and David G. Jayne -- 28. Solitary Rectal Ulcer Syndrome and Pelvic Pain / Martin Farmer -- 29. Rectal Prolapse / J. Graham Williams -- 30. Acute Colonic Pseudo-obstruction / Keith Chapple -- 31. Colonic Volvulus / Lesley M. Hunt -- 32. Rectovaginal Endometriosis / Ian J. Adam -- 33. Stomas / Mark Cheetham -- 34. Intensive Care: The Basics / Jonathon R. Goodall -- 35. Critical Care Scoring Systems / Andrew Fisher and Dermot Burke -- 36. Surgical Fluid Management / Sophie E. Noblett and Alan F. Horgan -- 37. Colonic Bleeding / Rachael Lawrence and Helen O'Grady -- 38. Fecal Peritonitis / Arun Loganathan and John E. Hartley -- 39. Large Bowel Obstruction / Malcolm Wilson -- 40. Miscellaneous (Non-IBD) Colitides / Paul Turner and Ian Botterill -- 41. Colon and Rectal Trauma / Jeff Garner -- 42. Postoperative Complications / Sonia Lockwood and Jon Armitage.
  • 2016 Springer
    Tan, Joseph; Troshani, Indrit; Wickramasinghe, Nilmini.
    This innovative reference examines how consumer health informatics (CHI) can transform healthcare systems stressed by staffing shortages and budget constraints and challenged by patients taking a more active role in their care. It situates CHI as vital to upgrading healthcare service delivery, detailing the relationship between health information technologies and quality healthcare, and outlining what stakeholders need to learn for health IT systems to function effectively. Wide-ranging content identifies critical issues and answers key questions at the consumer, practitioner, administration, and staff levels, using examples from diverse conditions, countries, technologies, and specialties. In this framework, the benefits of CHI are seen across service domains, from individual patients and consumers to healthcare systems and global health entities. Included in the coverage: Use of video technology in an aged care environment- A context-aware remote health monitoring service for improved patient care- Accessibility issues in interoperable sharing of electronic health records: physician's perspective- Managing gestational diabetes with mobile web-based reporting of glucose readings- An organizing vision perspective for developing and adopting e-health solutions- An ontology of consumer health informatics- Contemporary Consumer Health Informatics combines blueprint and idea book for public health and health informatics students, healthcare professionals, physicians, medical administrators, managers, and IT practitioners.
  • 2005 CRCnetBASE
    Webb, Steve.
  • 2009 Springer
    Gill, Inderbir S.; Ukimura, Osamu.
  • 2005 HighWire
    Agnelli, Giancarlo.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2014 ClinicalKey
    Hupp, James R.
    A comprehensive guide to oral surgery procedures, this 6th Edition enhances your skills in evaluation, diagnosis, and patient management. Full-color photographs and drawings show how to perform basic surgical techniques, and an overview of more advanced surgical procedures includes guidelines on when to refer patients to specialists and how to provide supportive postoperative care. This edition also includes the latest developments in dental implants, instrumentation, and current technology. Written by well-known OMS educators James R. Hupp, Myron R. Tucker, and Edward Ellis III, this book is a reference for any dental office. UPDATED content on implants, new instruments, and the latest technology help you treat your patients more effectively. UPDATED Implant Treatment information is divided into two new chapters, one on basic concepts and techniques for clinical situations where adequate bone and soft tissue exists and implants can be placed into a well-healed area of bone. Another chapter on more complex concepts focusing on cases that require immediate implant placement and cases where bone and soft tissue augmentation may be required. UPDATED Facial Cosmetic Surgery chapter is organized by nonsurgical and surgical procedures, covering popular procedures such as dermal fillers, botox, facial resurfacing, browlift and forehead procedures, blepharoplasty, rhinoplasty, and rhytidectomy. UPDATED Medicolegal Considerations chapter reviews concepts of liability, risk management, methods of risk reduction, and actions that should be taken if a malpractice suit is filed against the dentist or a dentist's employee. UPDATED Correction of Dentofacial Deformities chapter includes new information on conventional treatment planning, image prediction, and 3D virtual computerized surgical planning. UPDATED Surgical Reconstruction of Defects of the Jaws chapter includes new information on Bone Morphogenetic Proteins (BMPs).
  • 2015 Springer
    Delgado, Sergio V.; Pedapati, Ernest V.; Strawn, Jeffrey R.
    Contemporary psychodynamic theory profoundly impacts our understanding of the development of psychopathology in young patients. However, while much has been written about this theory's influence on the psychotherapy techniques used with adults, little attention has been paid to its practical clinical applications in psychotherapeutic work with children and adolescents. This book explains how the new concepts derived from contemporary psychodynamic theory have made it necessary to revise our understanding of and approach to young patients in psychotherapy. It reviews the recent contributions from contemporary two-person relational psychodynamic theory and employs detailed case examples to bring to life this theory's practical applications in child and adolescent psychotherapy. Psychotherapists and students of psychotherapy will find this book a valuable source of information on contemporary psychodynamic theory and a useful resource for introducing a contemporary style into their practice, co-constructing with the patient a narrative to achieve the desired goals.
  • 2011 Springer
    McVary, Kevin T.
    Animal models for the study of erectile function and dysfunction -- Normal erectile physiology -- Psychological aspects of erectile dysfunction -- Epidemiology of erectile dysfunction and key risk factors -- Etiology and risk factors of erectile dysfunction -- Making the diagnosis of erectile dysfunction -- Drugs that affect sexual function -- Oral therapy for erectile dysfunction -- Self-injection, transurethral and topical therapy in erectile dysfunction -- Quantification of erectile dysfunction after prostate cancer treatment -- Vacuum constriction device: a new paradigm for treatment of erectile dysfunction -- Hormonal evaluation and therapy in erectile dysfunction -- Cardiovascular issues in the treatment of erectile dysfunction -- The penile prosthesis option for erectile dysfunction -- The effect of radical prostatectomy on erectile dysfunction -- Peyronie's disease: natural history, diagnosis, and medical therapy -- Peyronie's disease: surgical therapy -- Priapism: medical and surgical therapy -- Ejaculatory disorders.
  • 2013 Atypon
    Marques, Paulo Mazzoncini de Azevedo; Rangayyan, Rangaraj M.
    Content-based image retrieval (CBIR) is the process of retrieval of images from a database that are similar to a query image, using measures derived from the images themselves, rather than relying on accompanying text or annotation. To achieve CBIR, the contents of the images need to be characterized by quantitative features; the features of the query image are compared with the features of each image in the database and images having high similarity with respect to the query image are retrieved and displayed. CBIR of medical images is a useful tool and could provide radiologists with assistance in the form of a display of relevant past cases. One of the challenging aspects of CBIR is to extract features from the images to represent their visual, diagnostic, or application-specific information content. In this book, methods are presented for preprocessing, segmentation, landmarking, feature extraction, and indexing of mammograms for CBIR. The preprocessing steps include anisotropic diffusion and the Wiener filter to remove noise and perform image enhancement. Techniques are described for segmentation of the breast and fibroglandular disk, including maximum entropy, a moment-preserving method, and Otsu's method. Image processing techniques are described for automatic detection of the nipple and the edge of the pectoral muscle via analysis in the Radon domain. By using the nipple and the pectoral muscle as landmarks, mammograms are divided into their internal, external, upper, and lower parts for further analysis. Methods are presented for feature extraction using texture analysis, shape analysis, granulometric analysis, moments, and statistical measures.
  • 2013 ScienceDirect
    Yang, Jie.
    Embodied theories claim that semantic representations are grounded in sensorimotor systems, but the contribution of sensorimotor brain areas in representing meaning is still controversial. One current debate is whether activity in sensorimotor areas during language comprehension is automatic. Numerous neuroimaging studies reveal activity in perception and action areas during semantic processing that is automatic and independent of context, but increasing findings show that involvement of sensorimotor areas and the connectivity between word-form areas and sensorimotor areas can be modulated by contextual information. Context Effects on Embodied Representation of Language Concepts focuses on these findings and discusses the influences from word, phrase, and sentential contexts that emphasize either dominant conceptual features or non-dominant conceptual features. Reviews the findings about contextual modularityClarifies the invariant and flexible features of embodied lexical-semantic processing.
  • 2008 Springer
    Düwell, Marcus; Mieth, Dietmar; Rehmann-Sutter, Christoph.
  • 1976-
  • 2011 ebrary
    Wentz, Dennis K.
    The only full-scale history of continuing medical education and its future.
  • 2013 Cambridge
    Mortier, Freddy; Raus, Kasper; Sterckx, Sigrid.
    "Continuous sedation until death (sometimes referred to as terminal sedation or palliative sedation) is an increasingly common practice in end-of-life care. However, it raises numerous medical, ethical, emotional and legal concerns, such as the reducing or removing of consciousness (and thus potentially causing 'subjective death'), the withholding of artificial nutrition and hydration, the proportionality of the sedation to the symptoms, its adequacy in actually relieving symptoms rather than simply giving onlookers the impression that the patient is undergoing a painless 'natural' death, and the perception that it may be functionally equivalent to euthanasia. This book brings together contributions from clinicians, ethicists, lawyers and social scientists, and discusses guidelines as well as clinical, emotional and legal aspects of the practice. The chapters shine a critical spotlight on areas of concern and on the validity of the justifications given for the practice, including in particular the doctrine of double effect"-- Provided by publisher.
  • 2002 HighWire
    Also available: Print – 2002
  • 2014 Springer
    Bermas, Bonnie L.; Sammaritano, Lisa R.
    Most general rheumatologists and OB/GYNs have limited experience in caring for rheumatic disease patients during pregnancy, and many do not have ready access to expert colleagues in this area. Contraception and Pregnancy in Patients with Rheumatic Disease fills this gap by presenting the basics of contraception, fertility treatment, and pregnancy in rheumatic disease patients. This comprehensive resource begins by introducing key concepts that clinicians need to know when assessing the pregnant rheumatic disease patient. It goes on to cover specific rheumatic conditions in pregnancy, including systemic lupus erythematosus, antiphospholipid syndrome, systemic sclerosis, inflammatory myositis, and more. The book concludes by explaining additional related reproductive issues such as contraception, neonatal lupus, and long-term outcome of children of rheumatic disease patients. With advances in rheumatology therapies, obstetric monitoring, and reproductive medicine technologies, increasing numbers of women with rheumatic diseases are pursuing pregnancy. Summarizing the current state of knowledge and presenting a general approach for assessment of the rheumatic disease, this book serves as an invaluable reference tool for both rheumatologists and OB/GYNs.
  • 2014 Springer
    Gilliam, Melissa; Whitaker, Amy.
    Now more than ever there is a need for youth to learn about and use contraception consistently and effectively. Contraception for Adolescent and Young Adult Womenis a valuable resource for gynecologists and primary care practitioners who are on the front lines when it comes to discussing, recommending, and prescribing contraceptive options to adolescent and young adult women. The book is filled with evidence-based information presented in an easy-to-access format, ideal for the busy clinician who needs information at his or her fingertips. The first chapter answers the question 'why is contraception important in this population?' and outlines the basics of the initial clinical visit. The book continues by covering each method of contraception currently available, and concludes with a survey of special issues pertinent to young women. In its entirety, the content lays the groundwork for helping providers improve clinical practice in contraceptive care, tailored to the unique needs of young women. This book serves as an excellent reference for family physicians, adolescent medicine physicians, gynecologists, and anyone who wishes to learn and implement best contraceptive counseling and provision practices.
  • 2014 Springer
    Allen, Rebecca H.; Cwiak, Carrie A.
    Women with chronic medical problems are at higher risk for complications during pregnancy and, therefore, they are especially in need of appropriate preconception and contraception care. Furthermore, many women with chronic medical problems do not obtain adequate preconception and contraception care. Despite published guidelines by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there is a substantial gap in medical practice regarding the use of contraception in women with co-existing medical problems. Contraception for the Medically Challenging Patient fills the gap that currently exists in the knowledge of correct contraceptive prescribing practice and shows that inappropriate contraindications can easily become a barrier to effective contraception use among women. Chapters highlight obsolete views about appropriate candidates for contraception and address the complex contraceptive needs of today's medically challenging patients with HIV/AIDS, uterine fibroids, or cardiac, neurologic or thyroid disease. The book gives attention to recommendations on the use of contraception in women with medical problems such as diabetes, obesity, epilepsy, and lupus, among others, and provides comprehensive information regarding the effects that certain drugs may have on contraceptive hormone levels. While national guidelines do exist for contraceptive eligibility, this book discusses in more detail the evidence behind the guideline recommendations and the nuances that clinicians confront in daily practice.
  • 2011 Springer
    Gad, Shayne C.; Spainhour, Charles B.
  • 2014 Springer
    Thomsen, Henrik S.; Webb, Judith A. W.
    In 1994 the European Society of Urogenital Radiology (ESUR) set up a committee to consider the safety of contrast media used for diagnostic imaging. Subsequently the committee questioned ESUR members, reviewed the literature, proposed guidelines, and discussed these proposals with participants at the annual symposia of the society. The end result of this work was the successful first edition of this book, published in 2006, which was followed by an equally successful second edition in 2009. This third edition not only fully updates the previous edition, but also includes new chapters on complex topics such as use of contrast media in children and practical aspects of off-label contrast media use. The authorship includes members, past members, and non-members of the Contrast Media Safety Committee. Comprehensive consideration is given to the many different safety issues relating to iodine-based contrast media, gadolinium-based contrast media, microbubbles for ultrasound, and barium sulfate. The text includes chapters on both acute and delayed non-renal adverse reactions and on renal adverse reactions. All of the questions frequently raised in radiological practice are addressed. This book, presented in a handy, easy-to-use format, provides an invaluable, unique, and unparalleled source of information.
  • 2009 Springer
    Aspelin, Peter; Thomsen, Henrik S.; Webb, Judith A. W.
  • 2006 Springer
    Thomsen, Henrik S.
  • 2005 Springer
    Bartolotta, T. V.; Quaia, Emilio.
  • 2013
    Kastner, David B.; Baccus, Stephen A.; Baylor, Denis A.; Tsien, R. W.; Wandell, Brian A.
    Adaptation provides a ubiquitous strategy for neural circuits to encode their inputs using their limited dynamic range within the variety of sensory environments that they encounter. However, because of the inherent timescale necessary to optimize the response properties of a cell to its environment, any form of adaptive plasticity can cause a neuron to fail to encode the stimulus when the environment changes. Many ganglion cells, the output neurons of the retina, adapt so as to lower their sensitivity in an environment of high contrast, but if the contrast subsequently decreases the cell will fall below threshold and fail to signal. I have found a distinct form of plasticity within the retina that acts in coordination with the process of adaptation. Cells using this new form of plasticity elevate their sensitivity after a transition to low contrast. This process, called sensitization, occurs in retinas from multiple species. Multielectrode recordings from sensitizing and adapting cells indicate that both populations encode the same visual signals. The complementary action of the two populations helps the retina encode its input over a broader range of signals and environmental changes, with one population continuing to respond when the other fails. The threshold placement of these two cell types further enhances their coordination because sensitizing cells maintain lower thresholds, while adapting cells maintain higher thresholds. Using a theoretical model, I was able to show that this behavior maximized the amount of information that the two populations can provide about their input. I have further studied the spatiotemporal region that controlled the sensitivity of a cell--the adaptive field. Just as retinal circuitry uses excitation and inhibition to form biphasic center-surround receptive fields, the retina can also use adaptation and sensitization to form biphasic adaptive fields in both the spatial and temporal domains. Since visual statistics are correlated across time and space, center-surround biphasic receptive fields more efficiently encode the input by subtracting a prediction of the stimulus so as to just encode the deviation from that prediction. Biphasic adaptive fields appear to perform an opposite function, transmitting a prediction of the stimulus at the transition of a stimulus environment to weaker signals. This assists in the encoding of an uncertain environment by storing features of a predictable input. A model indicates that sensitization within the adaptive field can be produced by adapting inhibition, a form of plasticity whose function was previously unknown. Using pharmacology, I confirmed this prediction, showing that GABAergic inhibition is necessary for sensitization. Using simultaneous intracellular recording from inhibitory amacrine cells and multielectrode recording from ganglion cells, I show that transmission from a single amacrine cell is sucient to cause sensitization. Using a novel approach to analyze a circuit, I quantitatively describe the changes in amacrine cell transmission that underlie sensitization thus elucidating how the retina performs this sophisticated computation.
  • 2005 Springer
    Albrecht, Thomas; Cova, Luca; Frauscher, Ferdinand; Solbiati, Luigi; Thorelius, Lars.
  • 2013 Springer
    Regine, Giovanni; Atzori, Maurizio; Fabbri, Romano.
    This book examines in detail the diagnostic impact of contrast-enhanced ultrasound in the evaluation of urinary tract pathology, paying particular attention to the diagnostic gain that may be expected in relation to other imaging techniques such as CT and MRI. The role of contrast-enhanced ultrasound is evaluated in a range of pathologies, including ischemia, trauma, inflammation, cystic lesions, and solid tumors, as well as in the imaging of anatomic variants. New applications, for example monitoring of kidney transplantation, assessment of urinary bladder lesions, and diagnosis of vesico-ureteric reflux, are also covered. The presented cases, drawn from the authors' personal clinical caseload, include images obtained using multimodality techniques, sometimes with 3D CT reconstruction. The authors' own experiences are compared with the most recent reports in the scientific literature.
  • 2010
    Winzeler, Alissa Meyer; Barres, Ben A.; Fuller, Margaret T.; Luo, Liqun; McConnell, Susan K.
    CNS myelin is strongly inhibitory to growing axons and is presently thought to be a major contributor to CNS axon regenerative failure. Although a number of proteins present in myelin, including Nogo, MAG and OMgp, have been identified as myelin-associated inhibitors, studies of mice lacking these genes suggest that additional inhibitors present in CNS myelin remain to be identified. Here, I have investigated the hypothesis that myelin lipids contribute to CNS regenerative failure. I identified sulfatide, a major constituent of CNS myelin, as a novel myelin-associated inhibitor of neurite outgrowth. Sulfatide, but not galactocerebroside or ceramide, strongly inhibited the neurite outgrowth of retinal ganglion cells (RGCs) when used as a purified lipid substrate. The mechanism involved in sulfatide-mediated inhibition shared features with other known inhibitors, as the stabilization of GTP-bound Rho was required for inhibition. Myelin in which sulfatide was lacking or blocked using specific antibodies was significantly less inhibitory to RGC neurite outgrowth in vitro than was wild type myelin, indicating that sulfatide is a major component of CNS myelin's inhibitory activity. Mice unable to make sulfatide did not regenerate RGC axons more robustly after optic nerve crush than wild type littermates under normal conditions, but did exhibit a small but significant enhancement in the extent of zymosan-induced regeneration. These results demonstrate that specific lipids can powerfully inhibit axon growth, identify sulfatide as a novel myelin-associated axon growth inhibitor, and provide evidence that sulfatide inhibition contributes to axon regenerative failure in vivo.
  • 2011
    Webb, Joshua Dale; Blemker, Silvia Salinas; Delp, Scott; Kuhl, Ellen.
    The shoulder bones provide few constraints on motion. Therefore, stability must be maintained by muscles and ligaments. Shoulder mobility allows versatility of function, but makes the shoulder prone to injury. A better understanding of the role of muscle in shoulder mechanics is needed to improve the treatment of shoulder injuries and pathologies. Computational models provide a valuable framework for characterizing joint mechanics. Previous shoulder models have used simple representations of muscle architecture and geometry that may not capture the details needed to fully understand muscle function. The purpose of this dissertation was to create a detailed 3D finite element model of the deltoid and the four rotator cuff muscles. This model was then used to characterize the muscle contributions to joint motion and stability. The model was constructed from magnetic resonance images of a healthy shoulder. From the images, the 3D geometry of the muscles, tendons and bones was acquired. A finite element mesh was constructed and the 3D trajectories of the muscle fibers were mapped onto the finite element mesh. A hyperelastic, transversely-isotropic material model was used to represent the nonlinear stress-strain relationship of muscle. Bone motions were prescribed and the resulting muscle deformations were simulated using an implicit finite element solver. To characterize muscle contributions to joint motion, we calculated moment arms for each modeled muscle fiber. We found that 3D models predicted substantial variability in moment arms across fibers within each muscle, which is not generally represented in line segment models. We also discovered that for muscles with large attachment regions, such as deltoid, the line segment models under constrained the muscle paths in some cases. As a result, line segment based moment arms changed more with joint rotation than moment arms predicted by the 3D models. Glenohumeral instability is common, and difficult to treat. To better understand the mechanics of instability we used the 3D model to investigate the role of the muscles in stabilizing the glenohumeral joint by simulating joint translations. We found that at the neutral position, anterior deltoid provides the largest potential to resist anterior translation which counters the conclusions of conventional line segment models. This is the result of compression generated by muscle contact, which must be considered when characterizing the ability of muscle to resist joint translation. This dissertation provides a new computational method for analyzing shoulder mechanics, and demonstrates the importance of 3D analysis when investigating the complex function of shoulder muscles.
  • 2007 IngentaConnect
    Edwards, Martin.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2008
    Vargas, Mauricio Enrique.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2008 Springer
    Balaban, Naomi.
  • 2013 Wiley
    Simon, Laurent.
    Mathematical models -- Linearization and deviation variables -- Stability considerations -- Laplace transforms of linear systems -- Inverse laplace transforms -- Transfer functions -- Dynamic behaviors of typical plants -- Closed-loop responses with P, PI and PID controllers -- Frequency response analysis -- Stability analysis of feedback systems -- Design of feedback controllers -- Feedback control of dead-time systems -- Cascade and feedforward control strategies -- Effective time constant -- Optimal control and design.
  • 2007
    Rogers, Madolyn Bowman.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2009
    Truong, Amy Bidong.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
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  • 2012 Springer
    Aliberti, Julio.
  • 2005/2006
    Hansen, David Verne.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2006
    Ashworth, C. J.; Kraeling, R. R.
  • 2010
    Kawahara, Tiara Lynn Aiko; Chang, Howard Y.; Chua, Katrin Faye; Khavari, Paul A.; Sweet-Cordero, E. Alejandro.
    Aging is a degenerative process accompanied by tissue deterioration, decline in function and increased susceptibility to disease. It is now understood to be a genetically and environmentally regulated process, rather than simply the result of wear and tear. We developed a systematic approach to identify combinatorial cis-regulatory motifs that drive age-dependent gene expression across different tissues and organisms, and identified the transcription factor NF-[kappa]B as a candidate regulator of aging. Using multiple independent models, we show a role for NF-[kappa]B in regulating transcriptional programs of aging. First, we found that aged mice subjected to NF-[kappa]B blockade for two weeks exhibit reversion of the tissue characteristics and global gene expression programs to those of young mice. Next, we detected deregulated transcriptional activity of NF-[kappa]B in Sirt6-deficient mice, which exhibit premature aging-like symptoms. We show that Sirt6 interacts with the NF-[kappa]B RelA subunit and deacetylates histone H3 lysine 9 (H3K9) at NF-[kappa]B target gene promoters. Computational genomics analyses revealed increased activity of NF-[kappa]B-driven gene expression programs in multiple Sirt6-deficient tissues in vivo. Moreover, haploinsufficiency of RelA rescues the early lethality and degenerative syndrome of Sirt6-deficient mice, suggesting that hyperactive NF-[kappa]B-dependent transcription in the absence of Sirt6 promotes premature aging-like syndromes. Finally, we performed a genome-scale survey of RelA and Sirt6 location on chromatin in mouse embryonic fibroblasts (MEFs) via chromatin immunoprecipiation (ChIP)-on-chip to understand to what extent Sirt6 and RelA act coordinately to regulate gene expression. These results indicate that RelA and Sirt6 co-occupy the promoters of a large population of genes at sites less than 500kb apart and/or require RelA to enable binding of Sirt6. Expression analysis of these shared targets reveals direct regulation of 301 promoters, including genes such as Shc1 (encoding p66), Cdkn2a (encoding p16), Wnt2 and Jmjd3, which have been separately implicated in the aging process. We propose that hyperactive NF-[kappa]B signaling contributes to premature and normal aging.
  • 2007
    Armstrong, Katherine M.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2012 Springer Protocols
    Morozov, Alexei.
    Regulation of Cre Recombinase: Use of Ligand-Regulated and Dimerizable Cre for Transgenesis -- Genetic Manipulations Using Cre and Mutant loxP Sites -- Using Recombinant Adeno-Associated Viral Vectors for Gene Expression in the Brain -- Using Lentiviral Vectors as Delivery Vehicles for Gene Therapy -- Targeting Neurological Disease with siRNA -- In Utero Electroporation for Cellular Transgenesis in the Developing Mammalian Forebrain -- Single-Cell Electroporation of siRNA in Primary Neuronal Cultures -- Development and Application of Membrane-Tethered Toxins for Genetic Analyses of Neuronal Circuits -- Genetic Methods for Anatomical Analysis of Neuronal Circuits -- Functional Circuitry Analysis in Rodents Using Neurotoxins/Immunotoxins -- Analysis of Neuronal Circuits with Optogenetics.
  • 2011 Springer
    Hickey, Anthony J.; Smyth, Hugh D. C.
    The pace of new research and level of innovation repeatedly introduced into the field of drug delivery to the lung is surprising given its state of maturity since the introduction of the pressurized metered dose inhaler over a half a century ago. It is clear that our understanding of pulmonary drug delivery has now evolved to the point that inhalation aerosols can be controlled both spatially and temporally to optimize their biological effects. These abilities include controlling lung deposition, by adopting formulation strategies or device technologies, and controlling drug uptake and release.
  • 2011 Springer
    Crowley, Patrick J.; Wilson, Clive George.
    A short history of controlled drug release -- The organization of the gut and oral absorption of drugs: anatomical, biological and physiological considerations in oral formulation development -- Controlling drug release in oral product development programs: an industrial perspective -- Animal model systems suitable for controlled release modeling -- In Vitro testing of controlled release dosage forms during development and manufacture -- Oral controlled delivery mechanisms and technologies -- Drug-polymer matrices for extended release -- Ion-exchange approaches to controlling drug release -- Pulsatile delivery for controlling drug release -- Ordered mesoporous silica for the delivery of poorly soluble drugs -- Geometric release systems: principles, release mechanisms, kinetics, polymer science, and release-modifying material -- Extrudable technologies for controlling drug release -- Coated multiparticles for controlling drug release -- Capsules as a delivery system for modified-release products -- Lipids in oral controlled release drug delivery -- Biccal drug delivery -- Controlling release by gastroretention -- Drug delivery to the colon.
  • 2011
    Lantos, John D.
    Introduction: Plastination in historical perspective / John D. Lantos -- Being non-biodegradable: the lonely fate of metameat / Catherine Belling -- Life-like humans : playing poker with James Bond and Ted Williams / George J. Annas -- More wondrous and more worthy to behold: the future of public anatomy / Geoffrey Rees -- Resisting the allure of the lifelike dead / Christine Montross -- Detachment has consequences: a note of caution from medical students' experiences of cadaver dissection / Farr A. Curlin -- The history and potential of public anatomy / Callum F. Ross -- What would Dr. William Hunter think about 'Bodies revealed?' / Lynda Payne -- 'Vive la difference': Gunther von Hagens and his maligned copycats / Linda Shulte-Sasse -- Normative objections to posing plastinated bodies: an ethics of bodily repose / Tarris Rosell -- For Ronnie and Donnie / Myra Christopher -- The creeping illusionizing of identity from neurobiology to newgenics / Barbara Maria Stafford.-- Craft and narrative in 'Body worlds': an aesthetic consideration / Neil A. Ward -- Afterword: Plastination's share of mind / Neil A. Ward, John D. Lantos.
  • 2015 Springer
    Wilhelm, Albrecht.
    Tennis Elbow -- Golf Elbow -- Proximal Radial Compression Syndrome -- so-called coracoiditis -- Sudeck̀s Dystrophy.
  • 2011 CRCnetBASE
    Chow, Shein-Chung.
    "Preface In pharmaceutical/clinical development of a test drug or treatment, relevant clinical data are usually collected from subjects with the diseases under study in order to evaluate safety and efficacy of the test drug or treatment under investigation. To provide accurate and reliable assessment, well-controlled clinical trials under valid study design are necessarily conducted. Clinical trial process is a lengthy and costly process, which is necessary to ensure a fair and reliable assessment of the test treatment under investigation. Clinical trial process consists of protocol development, trial conduct, data collection, statistical analysis/interpretation, and reporting. In practice, controversial issues evitably occur regardless the compliance of good statistical practice (GSP) and good clinical practice (GCP). Controversial issues in clinical trials are referred to as debatable issues that are commonly encountered during the conduct of clinical trials. In practice, controversial issues could be raised from, but are not limited to, (1) compromises between theoretical and real/common practices, (2) miscommunication and/or misunderstanding in perception/interpretation among regulatory agencies, clinical scientists, and biostatisticians, and (3) disagreement, inconsistency, miscommunication/misunderstanding, and errors in clinical practice"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2011 Springer
    Franz, Axel; Koehne, P.; Poets, Christian F.
  • 2011 Karger
    Kellum, John A.; Ronco, C.; Vincent, J. L.
  • 2014 Springer
    Bonser, Robert S.
    This book reviews the surgical management of patients with aortic disease, revealing many options open to cardiovascular specialists in this often controversial area of management. It reviews each controversy and provides clinical information for cardiac surgery, and discusses the spectrum of disorders and their management. With the knowledge base in this discipline changing rapidly, Controversies in Aortic Dissection and Aneurysmal Disease meets an important requirement to consolidate the wide-ranging information on which clinicians must base their practice. It is directed towards surgeons, physicians, and healthcare workers involved in the care of patients requiring cardiac, cardiothoracic and cardiovascular surgery. This book will be an essential resource for these professionals looking to accelerate the translation of basic research findings into clinical study and practice.
  • 2015 Springer
    Ambrose, John A.; Rodríguez, Alfredo E.
  • 2006 Springer
    Assalia, Ahmad; Gagner, Michel; Schein, Moshe.
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • 2006 Thieme eNeurosurgery
    Gress, Daryl R.; Higashida, Randall T.; Lawton, Michael T.
    Trends in neurovascular surgery / Brian A. O'Shaughnessy [and others] -- Trends in endovascular surgery / Demetrius K. Lopes [and others] -- Novel approaches to neurovascular diseases / Michael L. DiLuna, Katie Pricola, and Murat Gunel -- Implications of trends in the marketplace for neurovascular diseases / Charles B. Wilson -- Neuroendovascular diseases: past, present, and future / Joseph M. Fitzgerald and Daniel Tuden -- Unruptured aneurysms: a neurological perspective / Nerissa U. Ko and Daryl R. Gress -- Unruptured aneurysms: a surgical perspective / Chirag D. Gandhi, Aman B. Patel, and Joshua B. Bederson -- Surgical treatment of anterior circulation aneurysms / G. Edward Vates and Art Day Shankar -- Endovascular treatment of anterior circulation aneurysms / Reza Jahan, Gary Duckwiler, and Fernando Vinuela -- Surgical considerations of posterior circulation aneurysms / Howard A. Riina and Robert F. Spetzler -- Endovascular treatment of posterior circulation aneurysms / Italo Linfante, Cole Blease Graham, III, and Ajay K. Wakhloo -- Treatment of cerebral arteriovenous malformations / Andrew Jea, Mustafa K. Bakaya, and Roberto C. Heros -- Endovascular treatment of arteriovenous malformations / Gary M. Nesbit [and others] -- Radiosurgical treatment of arteriovenous malformations / Douglas Kondziolka, L. Dade Lunsford, and John C. Flickinger -- Surgical treatment of intracranial dural arteriovenous fistulas / Y. Jonathan Zhang [and others]. Endovascular management of dural arteriovenous fistulas / Yasunari Niimi [and others] -- Surgical management of extracranial vascular occlusive disease / Brian E. Snell, Robert J. Wienecke, and Christopher M. Loftus -- Endovascular revascularization of carotid artery disease / Philip M. Meyers, Sean D. Lavine, and Randall T. Higashida -- Diagnosis and medical and endovascular management of intracranial atherosclerotic disease / Hunaldo Villalobos, Alan S. Boulos, and Lee R. Guterman -- The case for microsurgery in the treatment of cavernous malformations / Mustafa K. Bakaya, Andrew Jea, and Jacques J. Morcos -- Observation of cavernous malformations / Darryl Gress and Vineeta Singh -- The departmental model for practice in neurovascular disease / Christopher S. Ogilvy [and others] -- The institutional model for practice: an interventional neurovascular program within an academic neurological surgery department / T.C. Origitano, Harish Shownkeen, Mary Fitzgerald, and Trisha Cassidy -- The neurovascular center model for practice / Edwin J. Cunningham and Marc R. Mayberg -- Regionalization of neurovascular medicine / E. Sander Connolly, Jr., Mitchell F. Berman, and Robert A. Solomon -- Resolving controversy and uncertainty with evidence / S. Claiborne Johnston -- Developing the neurovascular surgical specialists of the future / Charles Y. Liu [and others] -- Developing the endovascular and neurovascular specialists of the future / Cameron G. McDougall.
  • 2014 Thieme eNeurosurgery
    Quiñones-Hinojosa, Alfredo; Raza, Shaan M.
  • 2013 Thieme eNeurosurgery
    Al-Mefty, Ossama.
    Surgical removal of a tuberculum sellae meningioma : endoscopic vs. microscopic -- Management of a parasagittal meningioma involving the superior sagittal sinus -- Management of a petroclival meningioma -- Management of a small meningioma in a young patient -- Management of a vestibular schwannoma in a single hearing ear of a patient with neurofibromatosis type 2 -- Management of a trigeminal schwannoma : microsurgical removal vs. radiosurgery -- Surgical removal of a pituitary macroadenoma : endoscopic vs. microscopic -- Surgical approaches to a pituitary macroadenoma with cavernous sinus extensions : transcranial vs. transsphenoidal approach -- Total removal vs. subtotal removal with radiation of a craniopharyngioma -- Surgical approaches to a retrochiasmatic craniopharyngioma -- Glioma resection in eloquent areas -- Approaches to a colloid cyst : transcranial vs. endoscopic -- Management of an unruptured anterior communicating artery aneurysm : coiling -- Treatment of a giant ophthalmic aneurysm -- Treatment of a ruptured wide-neck basilar aneurysm -- Approaches to a basilar tip aneurysm -- Treatment of arteriovenous malformation in eloquent areas -- Management of symptomatic carotid stenosis -- Treatment of trigeminal neuralgia -- Treatment of intractable facial pain -- Deep brain stimulation with frame vs. frameless stereotactic -- The application of artificial discs -- Clinical trials : are they authoritative or flawed?
  • 2014 Springer
    Haslam, David W.; Le Roux, Carel W.; Sharma, Arya M.
    Obesity is a relatively new and controversial field of medicine. Some of the controversies surrounding obesity can be dismissed as myths, others reveal the lack of consensus and comprehensive knowledge which exist in obesity and its complex relationship with diabetes and other serious long-term conditions. Controversies in Obesity takes the unique approach of assessing the controversies surrounding obesity, thus seeking to debunk the myths and highlight and explore the genuine science, whilst demonstrating areas where there is healthy debate. This book will appeal to primary care physicians, trainees and specialist nurses involved in care of the obese patient, and would be of interest to anyone who wishes to gain a better understanding of the complex nature of obesity and its management.
  • 2014 Karger
    Halsey, Christina; Thomas, Angela E.
    Neonatal thrombocytopenia / Chakravorty, S.; Roberts, I. -- Pediatric and adolescent immune thrombocytopenia : prevention of bleeding versus burden of treatment / Cooper, N. -- Thrombosis in paediatrics : genetic versus environmental risk factors and implications for management / Monagle, P. -- Hematological problems in pediatric intensive care / Revel-Vilk, S.; Cox, P.; Robitaille, N.; Blanchette, V. -- New advances in the treatment of children with hemophilia / Lillicrap, D. -- Myelodysplastic and myeloproliferative diseases in children : current concepts / Vyas, P. -- Towards personalized medicine in childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia / Halsey, C. -- Reduced intensity conditioning in paediatric haematopoietic cell transplantation / Chiesa, R.; Veys, P. -- Can iron chelators replace stem cell transplantation in the treatment of thalassaemia syndromes? / Darbyshire, P.J. -- Iron deficiency : when and why oral iron may not be enough / Crary, S.E.; Buchanan, G.R. -- Principles of transitional care in haematology / Bolton-Maggs, P.; Choudhuri, S.
  • 2010 Thieme eNeurosurgery
    Jallo, George I.
    Arachnoid cysts -- Communicating hydrocephalus -- Noncommunicating hydrocephalus -- Compartmentalized hydrocephalus -- Slit ventricle syndrome -- Craniopharyngioma -- Optic pathway/hypothalamic gliomas -- Ependymomas -- Scaphocephaly/sagittal synostosis -- Deformational plagiocephaly -- Intracranial suppuration -- Chiari malformations -- Intractable epilepsy -- Moyamoya disease -- Pediatric aneurysms -- Myelomeningocele -- Lipomyelomeningocele/tethered cord -- Intramedullary spinal cord tumors -- Spasticity -- Syringomyelia.
  • 2010 Thieme eNeurosurgery
    Eck, Jason C.; Vaccaro, Alexander R.
  • 2014 Thieme eNeurosurgery
    Gerszten, Peter C.; Sheehan, Jason P.
    "Controversies in Stereotactic Radiosurgery: Best Evidence Recommendations is a comprehensive reference that compiles, synthesizes, and summarizes the most relevant scientific literature on the topic. Each succinct, problem-oriented chapter addresses a different controversy surrounding stereotactic radiosurgery. This book saves physicians significant amounts of time by distilling years of scientific research into sound guidelines that will help them make fully-informed treatment decisions. Key Features: Covers both intracranial and spine radiosurgery, providing complete coverage of this rapidly evolving technology Includes more than 35 chapters on treatment controversies for brain and spine tumors as well as vascular malformations Contains summary tables throughout the text that present the main conclusions of published studies All neurosurgeons, radiation oncologists, and neuro-oncologists, involved in the treatment of patients who may be candidates for stereotactic radiosurgery of the brain and spine will find this book to be an essential decision making guide".
  • 2013 Springer
    Brodsky, Jay B.; Leykin, Yigal.
    The worldwide prevalence of obesity has increased dramatically in recent years. Since the results of long-term dietary behavioral therapy remain sadly inadequate, surgery is currently the only effective treatment for patients with severe or morbid obesity. The numbers of weight loss operations continue to increase annually throughout the world. The anesthetic management of severely obese patients entails special challenges, especially when medical co-morbidities are present. Published outcome data on anesthetic care and pain management of these patients are scarce, and many practices remain controversial. Controversies in the Anesthetic Management of Obese Patients considers a wide range of important practical issues. Key questions in preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative management are addressed, and different approaches are evaluated. Written by international leaders in the field, this book will be an invaluable aid for anesthesia care providers.
  • 2014 Springer
    Creutzberg, Carien L.; Ledermann, Jonathan A.; Quinn, Michael A.
    Gynecological cancers are some of the most commonly occurring malignancies in women. Despite their high incidence, treatment and management of these cancers remain controversial, with conflicting evidence about many aspects of the disease. Controversies in the Management of Gynecological Cancers offers a unique assessment of the opposing sides of the controversial issues associated with gynecological cancers, and aims to provide professionals in the field with a keener sense of the underlying evidence-base and a starting point from which to follow the ongoing debate. A section on the direction of future research to resolve these issues completes the discussion in each chapter. This book will appeal to specialists, trainees and healthcare workers in gynecological oncology, gynecologists, medical oncologists and radiation oncologists, and is an excellent starting point for anyone who wishes to gain a better understanding of the complex nature of the management of gynecological malignancy.
  • 2010 Karger
    Heide, Jürgen.
    Prognostic factors in histopathology of lung cancer / A. Fisseler-Eckhoff -- FDG-PET/CT in lung cancer : an update / R.-P. Baum, C. Świętaszczyk, V. Prasad -- Whole-body magnetic resonance imaging for staging of lung cancer / R. Puls ... [et al.] -- Bronchoscopy/endobronchial ultrasound / F.J.F. Herth -- New developments in videomediastinoscopy : video-assisted mediastinoscopic lymphadenectomy and mediastinoscopic ultrasound / B. Witte -- Resection in stage I/II non-small cell lung cancer / F.M. Smolle-Juettner ... [et al.] -- Role of mediastinal lymph node dissection in non-small cell lung cancer / S. Bölükbas, M.H. Eberlein, J. Schirren -- Radiation therapy for early stage (I/II) non-small cell lung cancer / B. Jeremic ... [et al.] -- Stereotactic body radiation therapy for early non-small cell lung cancer / F. Zimmermann ... [et al.] -- Extended surgical resection in stage III non-small cell lung cancer / S. Hillinger, W. Weder -- Stage III : definitive chemoradiotherapy / R. Fietkau, S. Semrau -- Adjuvant therapy in early-stage non-small cell lung cancer / M. Serke -- Postoperative irradiation in non-small cell lung cancer / S. Höcht ... [et al.] -- Altered fractionation schemes in radiotherapy / M. Stuschke, C. Pöttgen -- Chemotherapy of advanced non-small cell lung cancer / R. Pirker, W. Minar -- Radiotherapy / I.A. Adamietz -- Treatment of limited disease small cell lung cancer / D. de Ruysscher -- Radiochemotherapy in extensive disease small cell lung cancer ED-SCLC / B. Jeremic ... [et al.] -- Radiotherapy for extensive stage small cell lung cancer / B.J. Slotman -- Controversies in the treatment of advanced stages of small cell lung cancer / A. Schmittel -- Complementary and alternative medicine in lung cancer patients : a neglected phenomenon? / O. Micke.
  • 2008. Karger
    Hinkelbein, W.; Miller, K.; Moser, L.; Schostak, Martin.
    Prostate cancer and active surveillance / Abrahamsson, P.A. -- Radical Prostatectomy in the 21th Century: the gold standard for localized and locally advanced prostate cancer / Schostak, M.; Miller, K.; Schrader, M. -- Radiotherapy as primary treatment modality / Sia, M.; Rosewall, T.; Warde, P. -- Combined radiotherapy and hormonal therapy in the treatment of prostate cancer / Boehmer, D. -- Postoperative adjuvant radiotherapy: standard of care? / Bottke, D.; Wiegel, T. -- Adjuvant hormonal treatment: the bicalutamide early prostate cancer program / Wirth, M.P.; Hakenberg, O.W.; Froehner, M. -- Hormone therapy for prostate cancer: immediate initiation / Schostak, M.; Miller, K.; Schrader, M. -- Lymphadenectomy in prostate cancer: radioguided lymph node mapping: an adequate staging method / Winter, A.; Wawroschek, F. -- Radiotherapy in lymph-node positive prostate cancer patients: potentially curable?: single institutional experience regarding outcome and side effects / Goldner, G.; Pötter, R. -- Radiotherapy in biochemical recurrences after surgery for prostate cancer / Hocht, S. ... [et al.] -- Recurrence following radiotherapy / Desgrandchamps, F. -- Secondary hormonal manipulation / Merseburger, A.S. ... [et al.] -- Chemotherapy in hormone-refractory prostate cancer / Wolff, J.M. -- A randomized phase II trial comparing weekly taxotere + prednisone (P) versus prednisone alone in androgen-independent prostate cancer / Fossa, S.D. -- Hormone-refractory and metastatic prostate cancer: palliative radiotherapy / Moser, L.; Schubert, T.; Hinkelbein, W.
  • 2006. Karger
    Hinkelbein, W.; Orfanos, C. E.; Sternemann, M.; Wiegel, T.
    Cutaneous lymphomas - radiotherapeutic strategies / Wilson, L.D., Jones, G.W., Smith, B.D. -- The clinical impact of T cell receptor rearrangement analysis in cutaneous T cell lymphoma / Assaf, C. -- Classification of primary cutaneous lymphomas / Assaf, C. ... [et al.] -- Basal cell and squamous cell carcinoma - radiotherapeutic approaches / Panizzon, R.G. -- Kaposi's sarcoma - radiotherapeutic aspects / Niewald, M.; Räbe, C. -- Pathogenesis and clinical manifestation of Kaposi's sarcoma / Geilen, C.C., Husak, R., Steinhoff, M. -- Merkel cell carcinoma - clinical presentation and treatment / Moll, I. -- Merkel cell carcinoma - uncommon and aggressive cutaneous tumour / Greiner, R.H. ... [et al.] -- Potential of radiation therapy in the multimodal management of Merkel cell carcinoma / Becker, G., Bottke, D. -- Skin and other reactions to radiotherapy - clinical presentation and radiobiology of skin reactions / Dörr, W. -- Management of skin and related reactions to radiotherapy / Seegenschmiedt, H. -- Malignant melanoma - markers for progression and prognosis in malignant melanoma / Geilen, C.C. ... [et al.] -- Malignant melanoma - sentinel lymph node biopsy and surgical procedures / Kaufmann, R. -- The role of radiotherapy in malignant melanoma / Marnitz, S., Hoecht, S., Hinkelbein, W. -- Malignant melanoma: classification and staging of malignant melanoma / Eigentler, T.K., Garbe, C. -- Malignant melanoma: PET/CT as a staging procedure / Müller, S.P. -- Malignant melanoma - clinical development of peptide-based melanoma vaccines / Schmittel, A. ... [et al.].
  • 2008 Springer
    LeRoith, Derek; Vinik, Aaron I.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2002 Karger
    Wiegel, T.
    Also available: Print – 2002
  • 2011 Springer
    Kirst, Maritt.
    Introducing a transdisciplinary approach to applied urban health research -- Benefits and challenges of transdisciplinary research for urban health researchers -- In search of empowering health research for marginalized populations in urban settings: the value of a transdisciplinary approach -- Reducing health disparities experienced by refugees resettled in urban areas: a community-based transdisciplinary intervention model -- The Street Health Report 2007: community-based research for social change -- Safety as a social value: revisiting a participatory case study in Scotland -- Methodological notes on conducting transdisciplinary research -- Collaborative processes in transdisciplinary research -- From complex problems to complex problem-solving: transdisciplinary practice as knowledge translation -- Transdisciplinary training in health research: distinctive features and future directions -- Funding agencies and transdisciplinary research -- Moving forward: the future of transdisciplinary health research.
  • 2015 Springer
    Dom, Geert; Moggi, Franz.
    This book provides a comprehensive, state of the art overview covering both the diagnosis and the treatment of dual disorders ? joint psychiatric and substance use disorders ? in a way that is highly relevant to clinical work and the organization of care systems. It is designed to meet the real need for a European perspective on dual disorders, taking into account the realities of European treatment organization. All chapters have been written by European authors on the basis of existing European treatment programs or guidelines and European research. Dual disorders are increasingly encountered by health professionals working in mental health and addiction care, and they represent a formidable challenge for caregivers, care organizations, and society as a whole. During the past decade, various approaches and programs have been designed to challenge the traditional gap between addiction treatment and mental health care. The overwhelming majority of the programs, however, have emanated from the United States. Given the vast differences between the European and U.S. health contexts, it can be questioned whether these American-oriented treatment programs are of value in European countries. Co-occurring Addictive and Psychiatric Disorders ? A Practice-Based Handbook from a European Perspective therefore represents a timely and much-needed addition to literature on the subject.
  • 2006 Springer
    Kappeler, Peter M.; Schaik, Carel van.
    Cooperation in primates and humans : closing the gap / Carel P. Van Schaik, Peter M. Kappeler -- Practicing Hamilton's rule : kin selection in primate groups / Joan B. Silk -- Kinship, competence and cooperation in primates / Bernard Chapais -- Reciprocal altruism : 30 years later / Robert L. Trivers -- Simple and complex reciprocity in primates / Frans B.M. de Waal, Sarah F. Brosnan -- Reciprocal exchange in chimpanzees and other primates / John C. Mitani -- Causes, consequences and mechanisms of reconciliation : the role of cooperation / Filippo Aureli, Colleen Schaffner -- Cooperative hunting in chimpanzees : kinship or mutualism? / Christophe Boesch, Hedwige Boesch, Linda Vigilant -- Toward a general model for male-male coalitions in primate groups / Carel P. Van Schaik, Sagar A. Pandit, Erin R. Vogel -- Cooperative breeding in mammals / Tim Clutton-Brock -- Non-offspring nursing in mammals : general implications from a case study on house mice / Barbara König -- Monkeys, markets and minds : biological markets and primate sociality / Louise Barrett, S. Peter Henzi -- Digging for the roots of trading / Ronald Noë -- Reputation, personal identity and cooperation in a social dilemma / Manfred Milinski -- Human cooperation from an economic perspective / Simon Gächter, Benedikt Hermann.
  • 2009
    Wilkman, Jon; Wilkman, Nancy.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2009 Springer
    Perez Velazquez, Jose Luis; Wennberg, Richard.
    Correlations of cellular activities in the nervous system : Physiological and methodological considerations -- Synchronization between sources : Emerging methods for understanding large-scale functional networks in the human brain -- Approaches to the detection of direct directed interactions in neuronal networks -- The phase oscillator approximation in neuroscience : An analytical framework to study coherent activity in neural networks -- From synchronisation to networks : Assessment of functional connectivity in the brain -- The size of neuronal assemblies, their frequency of synchronization, and their cognitive function -- Synchrony in neural networks underlying seizure generation in human partial epilepsies -- Detection of phase synchronization in multivariate single brain signals by a clustering approach -- Denoising and averaging techniques for electrophysiological data -- Dissection of synchronous population discharges in vitro -- Time-frequency methods and brain rhythm signal processing -- Complex network modeling : A new approach to neurosciences.
  • 2013
    Goodyer, William Rowland; Beachy, Philip Arden; Crabtree, Gerald R.; Kim, Seung K.; Kuo, Calvin Jay; Utz, Paul J.
    To meet host metabolic demands after birth, organs like pancreatic islets increase their physiological function and mass. Compared to fetal islet development, however, little is known about mechanisms governing neonatal islet maturation and expansion. Here I demonstrate calcineurin/Nuclear Factor of Activated T-cells (Cn/NFAT) signaling regulates both [beta]-cell maturation and proliferation in neonatal mice and humans. Inactivation of the gene encoding the calcineurin phosphatase regulatory subunit, calcineurin b1 (Cnb1), in mouse islets resulted in defective dense core granule biogenesis, impaired insulin secretion, and reduced neonatal [beta]-cell proliferation and mass, culminating in lethal, early-onset diabetes. [beta]-cells lacking Cnb1 failed to express genes required for insulin storage and secretion, as well as neonatal replication. Tacrolimus, a calcineurin inhibitor and widely used immunosuppressant, reduces human [beta]-cell secretion and promotes diabetes, toxicities without a clear molecular basis. Exposure of mouse and human islets to tacrolimus reduced expression of genes encoding factors essential for insulin dense core granule formation and secretion, and neonatal [beta]-cell proliferation consistent with our genetic studies. Chromatin immunoprecipitation and other molecular studies revealed these genes as novel, direct NFAT targets in neonatal mouse and human islets. Thus, calcineurin/NFAT signaling coordinately regulates factors that govern [beta]-cell maturation and proliferation, revealing unique models for the pathogenesis and therapy of diabetes mellitus and diverse human islet diseases.
  • 2009
    Black, Steve; Knoll, Maria Deloria.
  • 2013 Wiley
    Ueno, Takafumi; Watanabe, Yoshihito.
    pt. I. Coordination chemistry in native protein cages -- pt. II. Design of metalloprotein cages -- pt. III. Coordination chemistry of protein assembly cages -- pt. IV. Applications in biology -- pt. V. Applications in nanotechnology -- pt. VI. Coordination chemistry inspired by protein cages.
  • 2011 Springer
    Hanania, Nicola A.; Sharafkhaneh, Amir.
    Multiple components of COPD -- Clinical assessment of COPD -- Physiologic assessment of COPD -- Outcome measures and prognostic markers for COPD -- Management guidelines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease -- Pharmacological therapy: bronchodilators -- Pharmacological therapy: inhaled corticosteroids -- Pharmacological therapy: novel approaches -- Smoking cessation -- Pulmonary rehabilitation -- Exacerbations of COPD -- Home management issues -- Co-morbidities and systemic effects of COPD -- Non-pharmacological and surgical management of COPD -- Depression and anxiety in COPD: diagnosis and management issues -- Disease management programs for COPD -- General management issues in COPD: sleep, travel, and preoperative management.
  • 2001 HighWire
    Appleyard, Merete; Jensen, Gorm B.; Lange, Peter; Scharling, Henrik; Schnohr, Peter.
    Also available: Print – 2001
  • 2010
    Silen, William; Cope, Zachary.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2007 Springer
    Livneh, Hanoch; Martz, Erin.
    Part I: An introduction to coping theory and research / H. Livneh and E. Martz -- Psychodynamic adn cognitive theories of coping / C.L. Radnitz and L. Tiersky -- Hierarchical coping : a conceptual framework for understanding coping within the context of chronic illness and disability / J. Chronister and F. Chan -- The social context of coping / J.F. Kosciulek -- Reauthoring the self : chronic sorrow and posttraumatic stress following the onset of CID / S. Roos and R.A. Neimeyer -- Adaptive tasks and methods of coping with illness and disability / R.H. Moos and C.J. Holahan. Part II: Coping with AIDS : the challenges of an evolving disease / J. Walkup and L. Cramer-Berness -- Coping with arthritis : from vulnerability to resilience / B.W. Smith and J. Dalen -- Coping with burn injury: research summary and a new model of the influence of coping on psychological complications / J.A. Fauerbach, M.G. Bresnick and M.T. Smith -- Coping with cancer : findings on research and intervention studies / S.L. Manne -- Coping with diabetes : psychological determinants of diabetes outcomes / J. Wagner and H. Tennen -- Coping with epilepsy : research and interventions / M. Bishop and C.A. Allen -- Coping with heart disease : implications for prevention and treatment / K.K. Bennett and J.L. Boothby -- Coping with multiple sclerosis : considerations and interventions / K. McNulty -- Coping with chronic pain : a stress-appraisal coping model / B.E. Thorn and K.E. Dixon -- Coping with severe mental illness : a multifaceted approach / S. Kravetz and D. Roe -- Coping with spinal cord injuries : wholeness is a state of mind / E. Martz and H. Livneh -- Coping with traumatic brain injury : existential challenges and managing hope / J.H. Hinkebein and R.C. Stucky -- Appendix of commonly used coping instruments.
  • 2009 CRCnetBASE
    Floris, Giovanni; Mondovì, Bruno.
    History / Franca Buffoni -- Nomenclature and potential functions of copper amine oxidases / Sinéad Boyce ... [et al.] -- Cofactors of amine oxidases : copper ion and its substitution and the 2,4,5-trihydroxylphenylalanine quinone / Shinnichiro Suzuki ... [et al.] -- Copper amine oxidases from plants / Rosaria Medda ... [et al.] -- Soluble copper amine oxidases from mammals / Paola Pietrangeli ... [et al.] -- Membrane-bound copper amine oxidases / Andrew Holt -- Copper amine oxidase genes / Ivo Frébort and Hubert G. Schwelberger -- Mechanism of TPQ biogenesis in prokaryotic copper amine oxidase / Toshihide Okajima and Katsuyuki Tanizawa -- Copper amine oxidase crystal structures / J. Mitchell Guss, Giuseppe Zanotti, and Tiina A. Salminen -- Plasma amine oxidases in various clinical conditions and in apoptosis / Frans Boomsma, Anton H. van den Meiracker, and Antonio Toninello -- Copper amine oxidases in intestinal diseases / Wieslawa Agnieszka Fogel, Ewa Toporowska-Kowalska, and Anna Stasiak -- Copper amine oxidases in adipose tissue-related disorders / Christian Carpéné -- Copper amine oxidases in adhesion molecules in renal pathology and in Alzheimer's disease and VAP-1 in leukocyte migration / Peter Boor ... [et al.] -- Inhibitors of copper amine oxidases : past, present, and future / Marek Šebela and Lawrence M. Sayre -- Pharmacological applications of copper amine oxidases / Emanuela Masini and Laura Raimondi -- Copper amine oxidases as antioxidant and cardioprotective agents / Mircea Alexandru Mateescu and Réginald Nadeau -- Biotechnological aspects of copper amine oxidases / Roberto Stevanato -- Concluding remarks / David M. Dooley.
  • 2009 Cornell Univ
    Hirtle, Peter B.; Hudson, Emily; Kenyon, Andrew T.
    The development of new digital technologies has led to fundamental changes in the ways that cultural institutions fulfill their public missions of access, preservation, research, and education. Many institutions are developing publicly accessible Web sites that allow users to visit online exhibitions, search collection databases, access images of collection items, and in some cases create their own digital content. Digitization, however, also raises the possibility of copyright infringement. It is imperative that staff in libraries, archives, and museums understand fundamental copyright principles and how institutional procedures can be affected by the law. "Copyright and Cultural Institutions" was written to assist understanding and compliance with copyright law. It addresses the basics of copyright law and the exclusive rights of the copyright owner, the major exemptions used by cultural heritage institutions, and stresses the importance of "risk assessment" when conducting any digitization project. Case studies on digitizing oral histories and student work are also included.
  • 2013
    Gasaway, Laura N.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    1. Copyright basics -- 2. Copies for users -- 3. Library reserves -- 4. Permissions and licensing -- 5. Performance and display: libraries and other organizations -- 6. Performance and display: nonprofit educational institutions -- 7. Audiovisual works, sound records, and software -- 8. Photographs and graphics -- 9. The Internet and the Web -- 10. Interlibrary loan and document delivery -- 11. Preservation and archiving -- 12. Digitization -- 13. Miscellaneous issues -- Epilogue. Emerging challenges in copyright -- Appendix. When U.S. works pass in the public domain.
  • 2011 Springer
    Vidalain, Jean-Pierre.
    History / Jean-Pierre Vidalain and Louis Setiey -- Basic Science / Tarik Aït Si Selmi, Jean-Marc Semay, Valéry Barbour, Michel-Henri Fessy and Michel Bonnin, et al. -- The Corail® Hip Stem / Steve Young, Markus C. Michel, Tarik Aït Si Selmi, Camdon Fary and Jean-Charles Rollier, et al. -- Corail® Outcomes / Scott Brumby -- The Corail Revision Family / Tim Board -- Part II. Approaches, Bearings, Cups and Direction: The ABC ... and D of Corail® -- Approaches / David Beverland -- Bearings / David Beverland -- Cups / David Beverland -- Direction / David Beverland -- Part III. Case Studies -- Case Studies: Pot-Pourri / Tarik Aït Si Selmi -- Part IV. The Next 25 Years -- Medico-Economic Considerations: Money Does Not Buy Happiness / Jens Boldt -- Educational Programme in Eastern Europe: The Russian Experience / Jens Boldt -- Educational Programme from Europe to Asia Pacific: Travelling the Seven Seas / Jens Boldt -- Erratum / Jean-Pierre Vidalain, Tarik Aït Si Selmi, David Beverland, Steve Young and Tim Board, et al.
  • 2005 NAP
    Gebbie, Kristine; Hanna, Kathi; Meyer, Emily Ann.
  • 2015 ScienceDirect
    Charron, D.; Navarrete, Cristina; Stavropoulos-Giokas, Catherine.
    Section I: Introduction. Introduction to cord blood stem cells / Dominique Charron, Catherine Stavropoulos-Giokas, Cristina Navarrete. Section II: Cord blood cells biology. Cord blood content / Gesine Kögler [and 3 others] -- Cord blood hematopoiesis : the road to transplantation / Anna Rita Migliaccio, Thalia Papayannopoulu -- Immunobiology of cord blood cells / Sergio Querol, Aurore Saudemont, Antoine Toubert -- Cord and cord blood-derived endothelial cells / Suzanne M. Watt [and 8 others] -- HLA and immunogenetics in cord blood transplantation / Dominique Charron, Emeline Masson, Pascale Loiseau. Section III: Cord blood cells for clinical use. Clinical use of umbilical cord blood cells / Robert Danby, Vanderson Rocha -- Immunodeficiencies and metabolic diseases / Paul J. Orchard, Angela R. Smith -- Cord blood cells and autoimmune diseases / LingYun Sun [and 3 others] -- Umbilical cord as a source of immunomodulatory reagents / Antonio Galleu, Francesco Dazzi -- Cord blood cells for clinical use : expansion and manipulation / Amanda L. Olson, Elizabeth J. Shpall -- Cord blood stem cells for clinical use : diabetes and cord blood / Yong Zhao -- Section IV: Regenerative medicine applications. Emerging uses of cord blood in regenerative medicine : neurological applications / Jessica M. Sun, Joanne Kurtzberg -- Biobanks for induced pluripotent stem cells and reprogrammed tissues / Lee Carpenter. Section V: Cord blood banking : a current state of affairs. Cord blood banking : operational and regulatory aspects / Cristina Navarrete -- Cord blood unit selection for unrelated transplantation / Andromachi Scaradavou -- Quality management systems including accreditation standards / Andreas Papassavas [and 6 others] -- Regulation across the globe / Maria Mitrossili [and 3 others] -- International development and import/export : WMDA / Lydia Foeken, Daniela Orsini. Section VI: Cord blood banking : current and future outlooks. Allogeneic and autologous cord blood banks / Paolo Rebulla -- The future of cord blood banks / Catherine Stavropoulos-Giokas [and 3 others]. Section VII: The viewpoint of society. An introductory note to the cord blood banking issues in a European and international environment / Marietta Giannakou -- Ethical and legal issues in cord blood stem cells and biobanking / Maria Mitrossili, Marcos Sarris, Yannis Nikolados -- Industrial economics of cord blood banks / Gregory Katz -- Public health policies in European Union : an innovation strategy : Horizon 2020 / Sotiris Soulis [and 5 others].
  • 2010 Springer
    Castagna, Laura Maria.
  • 2014 Springer
    Fervenza, Fernando C.; Lin, Julie; Sethi, Sanjeev; Singh, Ajay.
    Core Concepts in Parenchymal Kidney Disease provides comprehensive and state-of-the-art information on the diagnosis, treatment, classification and pathogenesis of glomerular and tubulointerstitial diseases. Chapters feature various clinical scenarios and are authored by a team of renowned experts in the field. Experienced clinicians and trainees alike will find this authoritative reference to be a valuable resource and contribution to the literature.
  • 2012 Springer
    Chandraker, Anil; Sayegh, Mohamed H.; Singh, Ajay.
    1. Transplantation Immunobiology / Melissa Yeung -- 2. Basic Histocompatibility Testing Methods / Kathryn J. Tinckam -- 3. Medical Evaluation of the Living Kidney Donor / Julie Lin -- 4. Evaluation of Renal Transplant Candidates / Martina M. McGrath and Mario F. Rubin -- 5. Surgical Management of the Renal Transplant Recipient / Sayeed K. Malek and Stefan G. Tullius -- 6. Overview of Immunosuppressive Therapies in Renal Transplantation / Steven Gabardi and Eric M. Tichy -- 7. Allograft Dysfunction: Diagnosis and Management / Colm C. Magee -- 8. Approach to Medical Complications After Kidney Transplantation / John Vella -- 9. Infectious Complications in Renal Transplant Recipients / Erik R. Dubberke and Daniel C. Brennan -- 10. Recurrent and De Novo Glomerulonephritis After Kidney Transplantation / Austin Hunt and Mark D. Denton.
  • 2013 Springer
    Mount, David B.; Sayegh, Mohamed H.; Singh, Ajay.
    Fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base disorders are central to the day-to-day practice of almost all areas of patient-centered medicine - both medical and surgical. Virtually every aspect of these disorders has experienced major developments in recent years. Core Concepts in the Disorders of Fluid, Electrolytes and Acid-Base Balance encompasses these new findings in comprehensive reviews of both pathophysiology and clinical management. In addition, this volume offers clinical examples providing step-by-step analysis of the pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, and management of selected clinical problems. Written by the leaders in researching and treating electrolyte disorders, this reference is an invaluable resource for both the nephrologist and the non-specialist physician, or medical trainee.
  • 2006
    Alspach, JoAnn Grif.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2015 AHRQ
    "AHRQ examines features needed in pediatric electronic health records (EHRs) to ensure quality care for children. The report scanned scientific literature and gathered expert consensus on EHRs used in the care of children. Child health care providers stated that they need access to EHRs with special features to assure the delivery of quality care to pediatric patients. These features relate to a child's evolving physiology, maturity and associated conditions not found in EHRs used for adult patients. Key EHR functionalities for consideration include the ability to build and maintain vaccination records, record growth and development data, calculate weight and age-based medication dosing, manage pediatric diseases, identify pediatric norms such as developmental milestones, and document the relationship between pediatric patients and their parents and caregivers."--Publisher.
  • 2014 Springer
    Krüger, Wolfgang; Ludman, Andrew.
    Every year, numerous articles on critical care topics are published, and it is increasingly difficult for the busy practitioner to keep abreast of the latest developments. This book provides a detailed review of state of the art knowledge as well as the latest research findings. It covers the core aspects in excellent detail, but is not so comprehensive as to make its daily use unfeasible. For each condition considered, discussion of the pathophysiology is integrated with observations on diagnosis and treatment in order to allow a deeper understanding. The book is scientifically based, with extensive references to published research. This will allow readers to investigate their individual interests further and will enable physicians to base their approach upon evidence rather than upon traditions or routines. Accordingly, clinicians will be able to justify measures by providing a coherent, evidence-based strategy and relevant citations where needed. Core Knowledge in Critical Care Medicine will appeal to experienced practitioners as an aide-mémoire, but will also be of great value to a wide range of more junior staff wishing to complement their background knowledge with important facts applicable to everyday practice.
  • 2009 ClinicalKey
    Stevens, Alan; Lowe, J. S.; Scott, Ian.
  • 2014 ClinicalKey
    Buck, Donald W.; Neligan, Peter.
    Blepharoplasty -- Facelift -- Rhinoplasty -- Otoplasty -- Abdominoplasty -- Facial injuries -- Local flaps for facial coverage -- Cleft lip repair -- Cleft palate -- Lower extremity reconstruction -- Chest reconstruction -- Back reconstruction -- Abdominal wall reconstruction -- Breast augmentation -- Mastopexy -- Reduction mammaplasty -- Implant based breast reconstruction -- Autologous breast reconstruction using abdominal flaps -- Essential anatomy of the upper extremity -- Examination of upper extremity -- Flexor tendon injury and reconstruction -- Nerve transfers -- Tendon transfers in the upper extremity -- Extensor tendon injuries.
  • 2012 ClinicalKey
    Phelan, Michael; Stern, Julian; Wright, Padraig.
    "This is a new edition of a highly successful, award winning textbook for trainee psychiatrists, covering in one volume all the subjects required for the new MRCPsych and similar exams. Written in a highly engaging manner, it will also prove invaluable to qualified psychiatrists who need to keep up-to-date with the latest developments, as well as clinical psychologists, general practitioners, psychiatric nurses and senior medical students. Concise yet comprehensive, "Core Psychiatry" reflects the latest developments in the curriculum plus all that is new and essential in clinical practice and the sciences that underpin it. It includes new information on the new Mental Capacity Act and Mental Health Act as well as enhanced sections on psychopharmacology, old age psychiatry, child and adolescent psychiatry, forensic psychiatry and rehabilitation. The book also makes reference to the latest NICE guidelines and includes new sections on sleep medicine and trauma psychiatry."--Publisher's website.
  • 2011 ClinicalKey
    Black, Peter McL; Jandial, Rahul; McCormick, Paul.
    "Core Techniques in Operative Neurosurgery provides step-by-step guidance to help you effectively manage the full range of cranial and spinal neurosurgical disorders. Drs. Rahul Jandial, Paul McCormick, and Peter Black offer their expertise and experience in consistent chapters that cover the indications and contraindications, pitfalls, tips and tricks, and more for each procedure. With access to the full text and procedural videos online at www.expertconsult.com, you'll have everything you need to minimize risk and get the best results."--Publisher's website.
  • 2014 ClinicalKey
    Paterson-Brown, Simon.
    Evidence-based practice in surgery / Kathryn A. Rigby and Jonathan A. Michaels -- Outcomes and health economic issues in surgery / Sharath C.V. Paravastu and Jonathan A. Michaels -- Day case surgery / Paul Baskerville -- Abdominal hernias / Andrew C. de Beaux -- Organisation of emergency general surgical services and the early assessment and investigation of the acute abdomen / Simon Paterson-Brown -- Perforations of the upper gastrointestinal tract /Enders K.W. Ng -- Acute non-variceal upper gastrointestinal bleeding / Colin J. McKay and James Lau -- Pancreaticobiliary emergencies / Mark Duxbury -- Acute conditions of the small bowel and appendix / Peter Lamb -- Colonic emergencies / David E. Beck -- Anorectal emergencies / Felicity J. Creamer and B. James Mander -- Paediatric surgical emergencies / Dafydd A. Davies and Jacob C. Langer -- Abdominal trauma / Kenneth D. Boffard -- Venous thromboembolism : prevention, diagnosis and treatment / Rhona M. MaClean -- Patient assessment and surgical risk / Chris Deans -- Perioperative and intensive care management of the surgical patient / R. Michael Grounds and Andrew Rhodes -- Surgical nutrition / William G. Simpson and Steven D. Heys -- Abdominal sepsis and abdominal compartment syndrome / Emma Barrow and Iain D. Anderson -- Complications of bariatric surgery presenting to the general surgeon / Bruce R. Tulloh and Andrew C. de Beaux.
  • 2013 Cambridge
    James, Ian; Walker, Isabeau.
    Covers the important elements of paediatric anaesthesia in a concise, structured manner, providing invaluable information for established and aspiring practitioners.
  • 2006-10 Springer
    2008 Springer
    2010 Springer
    Larkin, D. F. P.; Reinhard, T.
    The Cornea and external eye disease volumes of the series Essentials in Ophthalmology aim to present recent developments regarding the cornea, with a discussion of diagnostic measures and particular emphasis being placed on treatment.
  • 2014 ClinicalKey
    Krachmer, Jay H.; Palay, David A.
    1. Corneal slit lamp techniques 2. Diseases of the lid: anatomic abnormalities -- 3. Diseases of the lid: tumors -- 4. Diseases of the lid: immunologic, infectious, and traumatic -- 5. Disorders of tear production and the lacrimal system -- 6. Conjunctival disease: tumors and anatomic abnormalities -- 7. Conjunctivitis -- 8. Cornea -- 9. Corneal manifestations of systemic disease and therapy -- 10. Lid, conjunctival, and corneal manifestations of chemical and biological warfare -- 11. Corneal dystrophies, ectatic disorders, and degenerations -- 12. Corneal infections -- 13. Interstitial keratitis -- 14. Noninfectious keratopathy -- 15. Immunologic disorders of the cornea -- 16. Corneal trauma -- 17. Contact lens complications -- 18. Disorders of the sclera -- 19. Iris tumors -- 20. Anterior uveitis -- 21. Penetrating keratoplasty -- 22. Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty -- 23. Endothelial keratoplasty -- 24. Therapeutic and reconstructive procedures -- 25. Refractive surgery.
  • 2011 ClinicalKey
    Holland, Edward J.; Krachmer, Jay H.; Mannis, Mark J.
    V. I: Fundamentals and medical aspects of cornea and external disease. Basic science: cornea, sclera, ocular adnexa anatomy, physiology and pathophysiologic responses -- Examining and imaging the cornea and external eye -- Differential diagnosis of selected problems in corneal and external eye disease -- Eye banking -- The ocular adnexa -- The conjunctiva -- Diseases of the cornea -- The sclera and anterior uvea. V. II: Surgery of the cornea and conjunctiva. Keratoplasty -- Therapeutic procedures -- Keratoprosthesis -- Ocular surface transplantation -- Refractive surgery.
  • 2015 Springer
    Guarnieri, Fabio A.
    This book presents a unique approach not found in any other text for those looking to improve the clinical results of refractive surgery by gaining a better understanding of corneal biomechanics and the instrumentation related to it. Written by leading experts in the field, this book provides authoritative coverage of the interactions of the cornea and the bioinstrumentation, such as corneal topography, pachymetry, aberrometers, tonometry and optical coherence tomography. Organized in an easy-to-read manner, Corneal Biomechanics and Refractive Surgery is designed for refractive surgeons and general ophthalmologists alike and describes the biomechanical role of the corneal tissue and how each part is affected in refractive surgery. Additionally, showing what the bioinstrumentation can measure, how models can improve understanding of the interaction between biomechanics, bioinstrumentation, and refractive surgery, and how these models and bioinstrumentation together can improve the refractive results, are also discussed.
  • 2013 Springer
    Larkin, D. F. P.; Reinhard, T.
    This book, written by leading clinicians and scientists, focuses on recent clinically relevant advances in the diagnosis and treatment of corneal disorders. After an opening chapter considering the latest knowledge on the heredity of keratoconus, important advances in corneal imaging are discussed, in particular the use of optical coherence tomography and in vivo confocal microscopy for evaluation of the normal and the diseased cornea. Antiangiogenic treatment options are then reviewed, and new aspects in the diagnosis and therapy of mycobacterial keratitis explained. Further chapters address the storage of donor cornea for penetrating and lamellar keratoplasty and the keratoplasty in infants. The book closes by discussing new developments in antibacterial chemotherapy for bacterial keratitis.
  • 2011 Karger
    Lisch, W.; Seitz, Berthold.
    Corneal dystrophies (CD) are bilateral hereditary disorders of the cornea in which one or several parts of the cornea lose their transparency. As the dystrophy can start in different layers of the cornea, they are classified accordingly as epithelial dystrophies, stromal dystrophies and endothelial dystrophies. This volume includes a description of the new international IC3D classification of CD reflecting what we currently know of the clinical, pathological, and genetic aspects of these disorders. Further contributions give an insight into differential diagnostics and histology, which can confirm the diagnosis as for instance in granular CD type 2, as well as DNA analysis of CD providing additional information about the pathogenesis. Also, procedures such as the phototherapeutic keratectomy with the excimer laser, the new modalities of lamellar keratoplasty, and penetrating keratoplasty are described. This publication holds a wealth of new and topical information on CD for ophthalmologists and geneticists alike.
  • 2013 Springer Protocols
    Connon, Che J.; Wright, Bernice.
    Continuous regeneration of the cornea is necessary to maintain this tissue in the transparent state that is essential for vision. Therapy for repair of the damaged anterior cornea is currently addressed through the transplantation of donor corneas or the delivery of limbal epithelial stem cells (LESC) to the ocular surface using amniotic membrane (AM) as a supporting scaffold. Research on the bioengineering of corneal equivalents as replacement tissue is underway to develop viable corneal prosthetics. Corneal Regenerative Medicine: Methods and Protocols provides a concise overview of essential techniques in the field of corneal regenerative medicine, highlighting novel strategies to guide the management of key therapies within this area of medicine. Divided into four convenient sections, topics include the identification, characterisation and cultivation of LESC, as well as the investigation of biopolymers used as the basis for corneal substitutes. Written in the successful Methods in Molecular Biology series format, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible protocols, and notes on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Authoritative and easily accessible, Corneal Regenerative Medicine: Methods and Protocols covers the fundamental techniques useful for both the laboratory and clinical settings.
  • 2013 Springer
    Gartry, David; Spokes, David; Tuft, Stephen J.; Zuberbuhler, Bruno.
    This book is an informative and comprehensive guide to the essential techniques currently employed in corneal surgery. It focuses in particular on two principal areas: the treatment of corneal disorders by means of different forms of corneal transplantation and the use of the Excimer laser to treat refractive disorders. In order to facilitate learning and later deployment of the techniques a multimedia approach is used. Surgical steps are described clearly within the book and can then be observed in detail on the accompanying high-quality DVD. A further feature is the inclusion of a chapter devoted to wet lab training, which presents practical preparatory exercises that can be performed by the surgeon, in some cases at home. This book will be of particular value as a handy reference for ophthalmologists who are just embarking upon their surgical training. However, it will also be informative for trained eye surgeons, who will be able to compare their own practice with the presented procedures and to assimilate the latest techniques.
  • 2009 ClinicalKey
    Brightbill, Frederick S.
    This updated, full-color 4th edition features a greatly expanded surgical focus for a practical guide to corneal surgery. The expert guidance of internationally renowned editors provides you with authoritative and current coverage that takes you from an in-depth exploration corneal function as related to corneal surgery through to the correction of refractive errors. New chapters ensure that you stay up-to-date on the latest developments in the field. This easy-to-use, state-of-the-art resource has been reorganized to focus strictly on surgery to provide you with more coverage of recent surgical advances. Featuring a DVD-ROM with video clips of common surgical procedures, this is a text no ophthalmologic surgeon should be without. Features the latest surgical techniques and postoperative management of penetrating and lamellar keratoplasty -to provide you with details on hot topics in the field. Makes use of full color throughout the text, as well as step-by-step surgical line illustrations and full-color photographs so you gain a more accurate visual understanding of corneal surgery. Emphasizes refractive surgery considerations, including technique, with supporting medical illustrations and video presentations. Includes a bonus DVD-ROM with video clips of the most common surgical procedures for an excellent "real-time" guide.
  • 2006
    Swartz, Tracy; Wang, Ming X.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    History of topography / Tracy Swartz ... [et al.] -- Anatomy and physiology of the cornea / Keming Yu ... [et al.] -- The optics of the cornea / David Coward, Tracy Swartz, Ming Wang -- Topographic technologies / Tracy Swartz ... [et al.] -- Axial, elevation, and pachymetric mapping / Ilan Cohen ... [et al.] -- Topographical scales / Ralph Chu and Megan Buliano -- Topography of normal cornea / Zuguo Liu, Xiao Yang, and Mei Zhang -- Topographic presentation of common corneal diseases / Zhenpin Zhang -- Pre-refractive surgery evaluation / Guillermo Avalos ... [et al.] -- Post-refractive surgery topographies / Roberto Pinelli -- Posterior corneal changes in refractive surgery / Amar Agarwal ... [et al.] -- Corneal topography and wavefront sensing: complementary tools / Gustavo E. Tamayo and Mario G. Serrano -- Combined wavefront and topography approach to refractive surgery treatments / Noel Alpins and George Stamatelatos -- LaserSight alternatives in topography-based custom ablation / Aleksandar Stojanovic -- Topography-guided corneal refractive treatment: the VISX model / Rejean Munger and Bruce Jackson -- The Magellean mapper / Michael Endl, Claus Fichte, and Jason Zornek -- The iTrace combination corneal topography and wavefront system by Tracey Technologies / Joe S. Wakil, Tom D. Padrick, and Sergey Molebny -- Bausch & Lomb Orbscan II/IIz anterior segment analysis system / Paul M. Karpecki -- Artemis VHF digital ultrasound technology / Dan Z. Reinstein and Ronald H. Silverman -- The Keratron and Keratron Scout corneal topographers / Renzo Mattioli and Nancy K. Tripoli -- The Tomey TMS corneal topographer / Stephen D. Klyce -- Topcon KR-9000PW / Naoyuki Maeda -- Three-dimensional stereo corneal topographic system: the AstraMax / Ming Wang, Shawna Hill, and Tracy Swartz -- Pentacam / Matthias Maus ... [et al.] -- Precisio / Tracy Swartz ... [et al.] -- The future of corneal topography / Arun C. Gulani and Ming Wang.
  • 2015 Springer
    Mizuno, Kyoichi; Takano, Masamichi.
  • 2009 Springer
    Smuclovisky, Claudio.
  • 2015 Springer
    Holmes, David R.; Willerson, James T.
    1. Coronary artery disease: pathological anatomy and pathogenesis -- 2. Clinical use of serum biomarkers in the prediction of cardiovascular risk -- 3. Medical management of serum lipids and coronary heart disease -- 4. Coronary artery disease: regulation of coronary blood flow -- 5. Coronary angiography -- 6. Diabetes and heart disease -- 7. Women and coronary artery disease -- 8. Exercise testing -- 9. The electrocardiogram in coronary artery disease -- 10. Echocardiographic evaluation of coronary artery disease -- 11. Myocardial perfusion imaging utilizing single photon emission computed tomography techniques -- 12. Clinical cardiac positron emission tomography -- 13. Magnetic resonance imaging of the myocardium, coronary arteries, and anomalous origin of coronary arteries -- 14. Computed tomograph cardiovascular imaging -- 15. Coronary heart disease syndromes: pathophysiology and clinical recognition -- 16. Evaluation of vulnerable atherosclerotic plaques -- 17. Medical treatment of stable angina -- 18. Medical treatment of unstable angina and acute non-ST-elevation myocardial infarction -- 19. Treatment of acute ST-elevation myocardial infarction -- 20. Medical treatment of heart failure and coronary heart disease -- 21. Surgical treatment of advanced heart failure -- 22. Kawasaki Disease -- 23. Percutaneous coronary intervention and the various coronary artery disease syndromes -- 24. Sudden cardiac death in coronary artery disease -- 25. Surgical treatment of coronary artery disease -- 26. Coronary artery bypass surgery and percutaneous coronary revascularization: impact on morbidity and mortality in patients with coronary artery disease -- 27. Cardiovascular genetics: focus on genetics of coronary artery disease -- 28. Preventive cardiology: the effects of exercise -- Index.
  • 2012 Springer
    Barsness, Gregory W.; Holmes, David R.
    1. Epidemiology of Cardiovascular Disease and Refractory Angina / Shahar Lavi, David E. Kandzari, and Gregory W. Barsness -- 2. Basic Science Concepts / Brendan Doyle and Noel Caplice -- 3. Coronary Artery Disease: Development and Progression / Joerg Herrmann and Amir Lerman -- 4. Therapeutic Goals in Patients with Refractory Angina / Mauricio G. Cohen and E. Magnus Ohman -- 5. Medical Therapy for Chronic Refractory Angina / Gregory W. Barsness, Thomas J. Kiernan, and David R. Holmes Jr. -- 6. EECP / A. Bart -- 7. Therapeutic Angiogenesis / Timothy D. Henry and Daniel Satran -- 8. Transmyocardial Laser Revascularization / Jignesh S. Shah, Joanna J. Wykrzykowska, and Roger J. Laham -- 9. Invasive and Device Management of Refractory Angina / E. Marc Jolicoeur, Gregory W. Barsness, and Martial G. Bourassa -- 10. Cardiac Transplantation for Ischemic Heart Disease / Robroy H. Mac Iver, Edwin C. McGee Jr., and Patrick M. McCarthy -- 11. Alternative Therapies for Chronic Refractory Coronary Artery Disease / Brent A. Bauer -- 12. Nonspecific Placebo Effects / Piero O. Bonetti -- 13. Prognostic Implications of Depression in Ischemic Syndromes / Karen E. Joynt and Christopher M. O'Connor -- 14. Secondary Prevention Strategies / Romero Corral Abel, Lopez Jimenez Francisco, Josef Korinek, Virend Somers, and Thomas E. Kottke.
  • 2009 Springer
    Dewey, Marc.
  • 2016 Springer
    Abbas, Aamer; Cook, Stephane Pierre; Kitabata, Hironori; Tintoiu, Ion C.; Underwood, Malcolm John.
    This book evaluates the current state of knowledge regarding coronary graft failure. It reviews how graft failure can be caused by many factors including the complexity of multiple coronary vessel lesions with surgical revascularization, numerous pathogenic mechanisms of arterial or venous graft dysfunction in the presence of other comorbidities (diabetes mellitus, hypertension and dyslipidemia), and the development of intra-graft atherosclerosis process or distally to the graft. Coronary Graft Failure represents the accumulation of data on pathophysiological mechanisms of maintenance and progression of this pathology, while quantifying of diagnostic methods and the value of each in part for the best approach strategy for planning of recurrent revascularization (redo). It also evaluates the therapeutic solutions available for graft revascularization. As such, it will be a vital reference for all involved in the management of patients undergoing graft restenosis whether interventional or surgical. .
  • 2012 Springer
    Garry, Daniel Joseph; Vlodaver, Zeev; Wilson, Robert F.
    1. Anatomy of Coronary Vessels / Zeev Vlodaver and John R. Lesser -- 2. Cardiac Development and Congenital Heart Disease / Jamie L. Lohr, Cindy M. Martin, and Daniel J. Garry -- 3. Echocardiographic Evaluation of Ischemic Heart Disease / Richard W. Asinger, Fouad A. Bachour, and Gautam R. Shroff -- 4. Nuclear Imaging in Ischemic Heart Disease / Sharmila Dorbala and Marcelo F. Di Carli -- 5. Noninvasive Coronary Artery Imaging with CT and MRI / Marc C. Newell, Robert S. Schwartz, and John R. Lesser -- 6. Catheter-Based Coronary Angiography / Robert F. Wilson and Zeev Vlodaver -- 7. Coronary Artery Anomalies / Thomas Knickelbine, Michael Bolooki, and Zeev Vlodaver 8. Pathology of Chronic Obstructive Coronary Disease / Zeev Vlodaver -- 9. Vulnerable Plaque / Masataka Nakano, Frank D. Kolodgie, Fumiyuki Otsuka, Saami K. Yazdani, Elena R. Ladich, and Renu Virmani -- 10. Genetics and Coronary Heart Disease / Jennifer L. Hall, Ryan J. Palacio, and Eric M. Meslin -- 11. Endothelium Biology / Michael Sean McMurtry and Evangelos D. Michelakis 12. Stem Cells and Atherosclerosis / Jay H. Traverse -- 13. Induced Pluripotential Stem Cells and the Prospects for Cardiac Cell Therapy / Jonathan M.W. Slack and James R. Dutton -- 14. Regulation of Vasculogenesis and Angiogenesis / Rita C.R. Perlingeiro -- 15. Chronic Stable Angina / Santiago Garcia and Edward O. McFalls -- 16. Pathology of Sudden Death in Coronary Arterial Diseases / Shannon M. Mackey-Bojack, Emily R. Duncanson, and Susan J. Roe -- 17. Acute Coronary Syndromes / Robert F. Wilson -- 18. Complications of Acute Myocardial Infarction / Zeev Vlodaver and Robert F. Wilson -- 19. Healed Myocardial Infarction / Gary S. Francis and Daniel J. Garry -- 20. Nonatherosclerotic Ischemic Heart Disease / Uma S. Valeti, Robert F. Wilson, and Zeev Vlodaver 21. Transcatheter Treatment of Coronary Artery Disease / Robert F. Wilson -- 22. Surgical Treatment of Coronary Artery Disease / Kenneth Liao -- 23. Noncoronary Surgical Therapy for Ischemic Heart Disease / Christopher B. Komanapalli, Balaji Krishnan, and Ranjit John -- 24. Refractory Angina / Mohammad Sarraf, Daniel J. Hellrung, and Timothy D. Henry -- 25. Acute Catheter-Based Mechanical Circulatory Support / Gladwin S. Das, Ganesh Raveendran, and Jason C. Schultz -- 26. Surgical Mechanical Circulatory Support / Forum Kamdar and Ranjit John -- 27. Diabetes and Coronary Heart Disease / Graham T. McMahon -- 28. Cardiovascular Disease in Women / Margo Tolins-Mejia -- 29. Prevention of Coronary Artery Disease / Daniel Duprez -- 30. Innovations in Twenty-First Century Cardiovascular Medicine / Mary G. Garry, Joseph M. Metzger, Xiaozhong Shi, and Daniel J. Garry.
  • 2005 Springer
    Mittal, Satish.
    Healthy Living, p. 1-24 -- Lipids, p. 25-47 -- Diabetes Mellitus, p. 48-67 -- Hypertension, p. 68-91 -- Cardiac Investigations, p. 92-106 -- Coronary Artery Disease, p. 107-150 -- Chronic Stable Angina, p. 151-166 -- Acute Coronary Syndrome, p. 167-198 -- Heart Failure, p. 199-207 -- Arrhythmias, p. 208-212.
  • 2002 Springer
    Duerinckx, André J.
    Also available: Print – 2002
  • 2014 Springer
    Camici, Paolo G.; Lanza, Gaetano Antonio.
    In the past two decades a number of studies have shown that abnormalities in the function and structure of coronary microcirculation can be detected in several cardiovascular diseases. On the basis of the clinical setting in which it occurs, coronary microvascular dysfunction (CMD) can be classified into four types: CMD in the absence of any other cardiac disease; CMD in myocardial diseases; CMD in obstructive epicardial coronary artery disease; and iatrogenic CMD. In some instances CMD represents an epiphenomenon, whereas in others it represents an important marker of risk or may contribute to the pathogenesis of myocardial ischemia, becoming a possible therapeutic target. This book provides an update on coronary physiology and a systematic assessment of microvascular abnormalities in cardiovascular diseases, in the hope that it will assist clinicians in prevention, detection, and management of CMD in their everyday activity.
  • 2009 Springer
    Achenbach, S.; Baert, A. L.; Oudkerk, Matthijs; Reiser, Maximilian F.
    Coronary Anatomy / Gonda J. de Jonge, Peter M. A. van Ooijen, Jean-Louis Sablayrolles, Guido Ligabue and Felix Zijlstra -- Invasive Coronary Imaging / Michael R. Rees, Felix Zijlstra, Johan H. C. Reiber, Joan C. Tuinenburg and Gerhard Koning, et al. -- Non-Invasive Coronary Imaging / Thomas G. Flohr, Bernd Ohnesorge, Robert R. Edelman, Debiao Li and Hatem Alkadhi, et al. -- Non-Invasive Measurement of Coronary Atherosclerosis / Wilfred F. A. den Dunnen, Albert J. H. Suurmeijer, Rozemarijn Vliegenthart Proença, Christopher Herzog and Jaap M. Groen, et al. -- Multi-Dimensional Computed Cardiac Visualization / Peter M. A. van Ooijen, Wisnu Kristanto, Gonda J. de Jonge, Caroline Kuehnel and Anja Hennemuth, et al.
  • 2014 ClinicalKey
    Price, Matthew J.
    Development of coronary stents : a historical perspective / Richard A. Schatz and Christina Adams -- Fundamentals of bare and drug-eluting stents / Matthew J. Price and William Mosley -- Pre-clinical evaluation of coronary stents / Juan F. Granada, Armando Tellez, and Greg L. Kaluza -- Design, analysis, and interpretation of comparative effectiveness studies and randomized clinical trials of coronary stents / Robert Yeh and Neil J. Wimmer -- Pathology of drug-eluting stents in humans / Fumiyuki Otsuka [and others] -- Bioresorbable coronary scaffolds / John A. Ormiston [and others] -- Efficacy and safety of bare metal and drug-eluting stents / Karthik Gujja [and others] -- Restenosis-clinical presentation, evaluation, and treatment / Georgios J. Vlachojannis, Jennifer Yu, and Roxana Mehran -- Intravascular ultrasound guided coronary stent implantation / Ricardo A. Costa and Matthew J. Price -- Optical coherence tomography : stent implantation and evaluation / Hirosada Yamamoto and Marco A. Costa -- Fractional flow reserve-guided percutaneous coronary intervention / William F. Fearon -- Optimal antithrombotic therapy / Dominick J. Angiolillo -- The role of drug-eluting stents or cardiac bypass surgery in the treatment of multivessel coronary artery disease / Matthew J. Price -- Left main coronary artery stenting / Gill Louise Buchanan and Alaide Chieffo -- Stenting approaches to the bifurcation lesion / Andrejs Erglis -- Chronic total occlusions / J. Aaron Grantham, William L. Lombardi, and David Daniels -- Bypass graft intervention / Lawrence D. Lazar and Michael S. Lee -- Stenting in acute myocardial infarction / Marco Vaglimigli.
  • 2013 Springer
    Tomanek, Robert J.
    General concepts of blood vessel formation and remodeling -- Prenatal coronary Morphogenesis -- Postnatal coronary morphogenesis and growth -- Sturcture function of the coronary hierarchy -- Historical perspectives -- Coronary anomalies -- Aging -- Adaptations to exercise training -- Hypoxia -- Myocardial ischemia and infarction -- Cardiac hypertrophy -- Therapy for the coronary circulation.
  • 2005 Springer
    Enjuanes, Luis.
    Coronavirus genome structure and replication / D.A. Brian and R.S. Baric -- Coronavirus transcription : a perspective / S.G. Sawicki and D.L. Sawicki -- The coronavirus replicase / J. Ziebuhr -- Viral and cellular proteins involved in coronavirus replication / S.T. Shi and M.M.C. Lai -- Coronavirus reverse genetics by targeted RNA recombination / P.S. Masters and P.J.M. Rottier -- Coronavirus reverse genetics and development of vectors for gene expression / L. Enjuanes ... [et al.] -- Reverse genetics of coronaviruses using vaccinia virus vectors / V. Thiel and S.G. Siddell -- Development of mouse hepatitis virus and SARS-CoV infectious cDNA constructs / R.S. Baric and A.C. Sims.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2015 Springer Protocols
    Bickerton, Erica; Britton, Paul; Maier, Helena Jane.
    Coronaviruses : an overview of their replication and pathogenesis / Anthony R. Fehr and Stanley Perlman -- Identification of a novel coronavirus from Guinea Fowl using metagenomics / Mariette F. Ducatez and Jean-Luc Guérin -- Serological diagnosis of feline coronavirus infection by immunochromatographic test / Tomomi Takano and Tsutomu Hohdatsu -- Estimation of evolutionary dynamics and selection pressure in coronaviruses / Muhammad Munir and Martí Cortey -- Preparation of chicken tracheal organ cultures for virus isolation, propagation, and titration / Ruth M. Hennion -- Preparation of chicken kidney cell cultures for virus propagation / Ruth M. Hennion and Gillian Hill -- Isolation and propagation of coronaviruses in embryonated eggs / James S. Guy -- Characterization of human coronaviruses on well- differentiated human airway epithelial cell cultures / Hulda R. Jonsdottir and Ronald Dijkman -- Quantification of infectious bronchitis coronavirus by titration in vitro and in ovo / Joeri Kint, Helena Jane Maier, and Erik Jagt -- Purification of coronavirus virions for Cryo-EM and proteomic analysis / Stuart Dent and Benjamin W. Neuman -- Partial purification of IBV and subsequent isolation of viral RNA for next-generation sequencing / Sarah M. Keep, Erica Bickerton, and Paul Britton -- Transient dominant selection for the modification and generation of recombinant infectious bronchitis coronaviruses / Sarah M. Keep, Erica Bickerton, and Paul Britton -- Engineering infectious cDNAs of coronavirus as bacterial artificial chromosomes / Fernando Almazán ... [et al.] -- Protein histochemistry using coronaviral spike proteins : studying binding profiles and sialic acid requirements for attachment to tissues / Iresha N. Ambepitiya Wickramasinghe and M. Hélène Verheije -- Identification of protein receptors for coronaviruses by mass spectrometry / V. Stalin Raj ... [et al.] -- Single particle tracking assay to study coronavirus membrane fusion / Deirdre A. Costello and Susan Daniel -- Studying coronavirus-host protein interactions / Chee-Hing Yang ... [et al.] -- Field-proven yeast two-hybrid protocol used to identify coronavirus-host protein-protein interactions / Pierre- Olivier Vidalain ... [et al.] -- Investigation of the functional roles of host cell proteins involved in coronavirus infection using highly specific and scalable RNA interference (RNAi) approach / Jean Kaoru Millet and Béatrice Nal -- Transcriptome analysis of feline infectious peritonitis virus infection / Parvaneh Mehrbod ... [et al.] -- Quantification of interferon signaling in avian cells / Joeri Kint and Maria Forlenza -- Studying the dynamics of coronavirus replicative structures / Marne C. Hagemeijer and Cornelis A. M. de Haan -- Preparation of cultured cells using high-pressure freezing and freeze substitution for subsequent 2D or 3D visualization in the transmission electron microscope / Philippa C. Hawes.
  • 2005 Springer
    Schmidt, Axel; Weber, Olaf F.; Wolff, Manfred H.
  • 2008 Springer
    Clemen, Christoph S.; Eichinger, Ludwig; Rybakin, Vasily.
    Phylogenetic, structural, and functional relationships between WD and kelch repeat proteins / Andrew M. Hudson and Lynn Cooley -- Diversity of WD repeat proteins / Temple F. Smith -- A brief history of the coronin family / Eugenio L. de Hostos -- Molecular phylogeny and evolution of the coronin gene family / Reginald O. Morgan and M. Pilar Fernandez -- Coronin structure and implications / Bernadette McArdle and Andreas Hofmann -- Coronin : the double-edged sword of actin dynamics / Meghal Gandhi and Bruce L. Goode -- Invertebrate coronins / Maria C. Shina and Angelika A. Noegel -- Evolutionary and functional diversity of coronin proteins / Charles Peter Xavier ... [et al.] -- Role of mammalian coronin 7 in the biosynthetic pathway / Vasily Rybaki -- Coronin 1 in innate immunity / Jean Pieters -- The role of mammalian coronins in development and disease / David W. Roadcap, Christoph S. Clemen, and James E. Bear.
  • 2008 CRCnetBASE
    Schneid, Thomas D.
    History of OSHA -- OSHA inspection procedures -- Corporate compliance management -- Preparing for an inspection OSHA inspection checklist -- OSHA penalty structure -- Defenses to an OSHA citation -- Criminal sanctions under the OSH act and beyond -- Occupational safety and health review commission -- Occupational safety and health review commission appeal procedures -- Operational compliance -- Multi-employer worksite issues -- Workers' compensation and safety -- Other litigation issues -- Other laws affecting the safety function -- Ethics in the safety profession -- Emerging issues in safety.
  • 2014 ScienceDirect
    Müller-Reichert, Thomas; Verkade, Paul.
    This new volume of Methods in Cell Biology looks at methods for analyzing correlative light and electron microscopy (CLEM). With CLEM, people try to combine the advantages of both worlds, i.e. the dynamics information obtained by light microscopy and the ultrastructure as provided by electron microscopy. This volume contains the latest techniques on correlative microscopy showing that combining two imaging modalities provides more than each technique alone. Most importantly it includes the essential protocols, including tips, tricks and images for you to repeat these exciting techniques in your own lab. With cutting-edge material, this comprehensive collection is intended to guide researchers for years to come.
  • 2012 ScienceDirect
    Müller-Reichert, Thomas; Verkade, Paul.
  • 2005 CRCnetBASE
    Murtagh, Fionn.
  • 2007 CRCnetBASE
    Greenacre, Michael J.
  • 2010
    Bickel, Marcel H.; Sigerist, Henry E.; Singer, Charles Joseph.
  • 2002 CRCnetBASE
    Miller, Robert; Schüz, A.
  • 2012 Springer
    Chen, Robert; Rothwell, John C.
    The study and modulation of cortical connections is a rapidly growing area in neuroscience. This unique book by prominent researchers in the field covers recent advances in this area. The first section of the book describes studies of cortical connections, modulation of cortical connectivity and changes in cortical connections with activities such as motor learning and grasping in primates. The second section covers the use of non-invasive brain stimulation to study and modulate cortical connectivity in humans. The last section describes changes in brain connectivity in neurological and psychiatric diseases, and potential new treatments that manipulate brain connectivity. This book provides an up-to-date view of the study of cortical connectivity, and covers its role in both fundamental neuroscience and potential clinical applications.
  • 2008 Springer
    O'Donnell, Patricio.
    Schizophrenia genes: searching for common features, functions, and mechanisms -- Towards a molecular classification of illness: effects of schizophrenia susceptibility loci on clinical symptoms and cognitive function -- Homer: a genetic factor in schizophrenia? -- Neuroregulin-erbB signaling and the pathogenesis of schizophrenia -- Nicotinic cholinergic cortical dysfunction in schizophrenia -- Role for glutamate receptors, transporters, and interacting proteins in cortical dysfunction in schizophrenia -- Cortical circuit dysfunction in the NMDA receptor hypofunction model for the psychosis of schizophrenia -- Alterations in hippocampal function in schizophrenia: its genetic associations and systems implications -- Identifying novel target genes in psychotic disorder network association analyses -- Alterations in cortical GABA neurotransmission in schizophrenia: causes and consequences -- Increased cortical excitability as a critical element in schizophrenia pathophysiology.
  • 2013 Springer
    Kageyama, Ryoichiro; Yamamori, Tetsuo.
    This book reviews recent progress in cortical development research, focusing on the mechanisms of neural stem cell regulation, neuronal diversity and connectivity formation, and neocortical organization. Development of the cerebral cortex, the center for higher brain functions such as cognition, memory, and decision making, is one of the major targets of current research. The cerebral cortex is divided into many areas, including motor, sensory, and visual cortices, each of which consists of six layers containing a variety of neurons with different activities and connections. As this book explains, such diversity in neuronal types and connections is generated at various levels. First, neural stem cells change their competency over time, giving sequential rise to distinct types of neurons and glial cells: initially deep layer neurons, then superficial layer neurons, and lastly astrocytes. The activities and connections of neurons are further modulated via interactions with other brain regions, such as the thalamocortical circuit, and via input from the environment. This book on cortical development is essential reading for students, postdocs, and neurobiologists.
  • 2005 ScienceDirect
    Casagrande, V. A.; Guillery, R. W.; Sherman, S. Murray.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2007 Springer
    Nuñez, Angel; Malmierca, E.
  • 2009 Springer
    Tseng, Kuei-Yuan.
  • 2014 Springer
    Burkovski, Andreas.
    Corynebacterium diphtheriae is the classical etiological agent of diphtheria and the type strain of the genus Corynebacterium. While diphtheria of the respiratory tract became rare with the introduction of vaccination programs in industrialized countries, even today several thousand cases per year are reported to the World Health Organization. This shows that diphtheria is not completely eradicated and that reservoirs exist. The book summarizes the latest advances made in understanding C. diphtheriae and the closely related species Corynebacterium ulcerans and Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis. Topics addressed are genomics of toxigenic corynebacteria, host-pathogen-interaction, detection, surveillance and treatment as well as application aspects.
  • 2013 Springer
    Inui, Masayuki; Yukawa, Hideaki.
    Corynebacterium glutamicum was discovered in Japan in 1956 as a natural glutamate producer. Its "microbial factory" qualities, such as its physiological plasticity and robust catalytic functionalities, have since facilitated the development of efficient production processes for amino acids, nucleotides and vitamins. This monograph illustrates how the information gleaned from complete genome sequencing allows the rational engineering of the entire cellular metabolism and how systems biology permits the further optimization of C. glutamicum as a biocatalyst. Aspects of gene regulation, metabolic pathways, sugar uptake, protein secretion, cell division and biorefinery applications highlight the enormous biotechnological and biorefinery potential.
  • 2011
    Yokoo, Rayka; Bejerano, Gill; Fire, Andrew Z.; Pringle, John R.; Villeneuve, Anne.
    The formation of crossovers during meiosis is important both for the reassortment of genetic traits, and for creating a physical connection between homologous chromosomes to ensure faithful segregation. This thesis explores the role of a novel protein, COSA-1 (crossover site associated-1), in forming crossovers in the nematode C. elegans. cosa-1 was isolated in a screen for dead embryos, signaling missegregation of the autosomes, and a high incidence of males, signaling missegregation of the X chromosome. Interestingly, obvious orthologs of COSA-1 are only present in metazoans with the notable exception of Drosophilids. Thus no obvious orthologs of COSA-1 exist in the common model organisms, S. cerevisiae, S. pombe, D. melanogaster, and A. thaliana, making C. elegans one of the few organisms in which COSA-1 could have been isolated and studied. Yet, COSA-1 is conserved into humans suggesting the study of COSA-1 will have implications for human reproduction. Not only does C. elegans cosa-1 play a crucial role in promoting the formation of crossovers, evidenced by the lack of chiasmata in the cosa-1 mutant, GFP::COSA-1 exhibits an interesting localization pattern to presumptive crossover sites. In particular, unlike other crossover promoting proteins MSH-5 and ZHP-3, GFP::COSA-1 does not exhibit an initial broader localization but instead localizes to just 6 foci, 1 focus for the 1 crossover on each of the 6 chromosomes. This localization of GFP::COSA-1 to 6 foci was robust under various conditions. Mathematical modeling of the relationship between irradiation dose and COSA-1 foci revealed a relationship between obligate crossover, the phenomenon in which at least one crossover is formed per chromosome, and crossover interference, the phenomenon in which the formation of a crossover inhibits the formation of other crossovers nearby. In addition, analysis of GFP::COSA-1 foci in mutants that form extra crossovers, in particular rtel-1 and dpy-28, revealed a separation between the number of GFP::COSA-1 foci, 6, and the number of COs made, more than 6, suggesting that interference is still operating on GFP::COSA-1foci. Thus GFP::COSA-1 may serve as a better readout for crossover interference than crossovers per se. The ability to visualize GFP::COSA-1 in live worms holds great potential for elucidating the mechanisms involved in crossover interference, crossover distribution, and crossover designation.
  • 2005 CRCnetBASE
    Elsner, Peter; Maibach, Howard I.
  • 2016 ClinicalKey
    Draelos, Zoe Kececioglu.
    Improve your knowledge and treat patients with confidence using today's most advanced cosmeceutical treatments and expert guidance from author Zoe Diana Draelos, MD. Cosmeceuticals, 3rd Edition, a volume in the Procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology Series, covers cutting-edge content, keeping you up to date with developments in this rapidly-moving field so you can offer your patients the latest cosmeceutical therapies with optimal results.
  • 2012 Wiley
    Guttenberg, Steven A.
    What is beauty? / Steven A. Guttenberg -- Smile design and dental veneers / Peter Rinaldi -- Dental implants / Neil L. Starr -- Aesthetic decisions in adult orthodontics / Wayne Hickory and Rohit Sachdeva -- Optimizing dental implant esthetics / Joel Rosenlicht and James Ward -- Lip and perioral cosmetic surgery / Jon Perenack -- Injectable fillers for cosmetic facial enhancement / Bruce N. Epker -- Aesthetic facial implants / William J. Binder -- Neuromuscular blockers for facial beauty / Paul Ruff -- Skin rejuvenation / Suzan Obagi and Shauna Kranendonk -- Scar revision / Saif S. Al-Bustani and R. Bryan Bell -- Cervicofacial liposuction / Douglas M. Monasabian -- Cosmetic blepharoplasty / Lauren Gavaris and Paul Gavaris -- Brow lifting / Matthew R. Hlavacek and Steven. J Prstojevich -- Cosmetic rhinoplasty / Leonard Spector -- Otoplasty : surgical correction of the prominent ear / Todd G. Owsley -- Rhytidoplalsty / Robert A. Strauss and Kevin Bond -- Short scar facelift options / Steven B. Hopping -- Aesthetic benefits of orthognathic surgery / Charles Dennis Hasse -- Minimally invasive orthognathic and condylar surgery / Carl Bouchard [and others] -- Hair transplantation / Marc. R. Avram and Nicole E. Rogers.
  • 2009 ClinicalKey
    Nahabedian, Maurice Y.
    Breast reconstruction with tissue expanders and implants -- Pedicled TRAM flap breast reconstruction -- Breast reconstruction with free TRAM flaps -- Breast reconstruction: perforator flaps (DIEP, SIEA) -- Breast reconstruction: superior gluteal artery perforator (SGAP) flap -- Latissimus dorsi breast reconstruction -- Breast reconstruction: repair of the partial mastectomy defect -- Mastopexy -- Breast augmentation -- Augmentation mastopexy -- Breast reduction: Wise pattern techniques -- Breast reduction: short scar (vertical) techniques -- Breast surgery in the masssive weight-loss patient -- Gynecomastia -- Nipple areola reconstruction.
  • 2009 ClinicalKey
    Alam, Murad; Gladstone, Hayes B.; Tung, Rebecca C.
    Approach to the cosmetic patient / David Beynet, Joseph Greco, and Teresa Soriano -- Cosmeceuticals / Lily Talakoub, Isaac M. Neuhaus, and Siegrid S. Yu -- Botulinum toxin for cosmetic use / Rajeev Mallipeddi and Sarah Weitzul -- Fillers / Jamison E. Strahan and Joel L. Cohen -- Chemical peels / Divya Singh-Behl and Rebecca Tung -- Vascular and pigment lasers / Jillian Havey and Murad Alam -- Ablative devices / Tina Bhutani and R. Sonia Batra -- Nonablative laser and light sources / Joy H. Kunishige and Paul M. Friedman -- Skin tightening with radiofrequence and other devices / Carolyn I. Jacob and Amy Forman Taub -- Hair transplantation / Daniel Berg and Paul C. Cotterill -- Liposuction / Murad Alam -- Advanced cosmetic surgical procedures / Brain Somoano, Jeremy Kampp, and Hayes B. Gladstone.
  • 2005 Springer
    Burgess, Cheryl M.
  • 2011 ClinicalKey
    Niamtu, Joseph.
    This book provides a highly illustrated, case-based approach to common face and neck procedures. In this full-color reference, internationally renowned surgeon Joe Niamtu III, DMD, covers techniques including brow, face, and neck lifts; nose, eye, and ear surgery; cosmetic surgery practice with discussions of the process of facial aging, diagnosing and consulting with patients, clinical digital facial implants; skin resurfacing; the use of neurotoxins; and the removal of skin lesions. The book also prepares you for photography, and anesthesia considerations. In a companion DVD, video clips feature Dr. Niamtu demonstrating key procedures addressed in the text.
  • v. 1-5, 1884. Google Books
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    Humboldt, Alexander von; Dallas, W. S.; Otté, Elise C.; Paul, Benjamin Horatio.
    Also available: Print – v. 1-5, 1884.
  • 2015 Springer
    Edlin, Richard.
  • v. 1-2, 1993-94.
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    Report 1. Medicaid hospital costs -- Report 2. Medicare hospital costs.
  • 2006
    Grossman, Zachary D.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2013 ClinicalKey
    Anderson, Brian J.; Coté, Charles J.; Lerman, Jerrold.
    The Practice of Pediatric Anesthesia -- Growth and Development -- Perioperative Behavioral Stress in Children -- Preoperative Evaluation, Premedication, and Induction of Anesthesia -- Ethical Issues in Pediatric Anesthesiology -- Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacology of Drugs Used in Children -- Total Intravenous Anesthesia and Target-Controlled Infusion -- Fluid Management -- Essentials of Hematology -- Strategies for Blood Product Management and Reducing Transfusions -- Essentials of Pulmonology -- The Pediatric Airway -- Anesthesia for Thoracic Surgery -- Essentials of Cardiology -- Anesthesia for Children Undergoing Heart Surgery -- Cardiac Physiology and Pharmacology -- Cardiopulmonary Bypass and Management -- Medications for Hemostasis -- Mechanical Circulatory Support -- Interventional Cardiology -- Anesthesia for Noncardiac Surgery in Children with Congenital Heart Disease -- Essentials of Neurology and Neuromuscular Disorders -- Surgery, Anesthesia, and the Immature Brain -- Pediatric Neurosurgical Anesthesia -- Essentials of Endocrinology -- Essentials of Nephrology -- General Abdominal and Urologic Surgery -- Essentials of Hepatology -- Organ Transplantation -- Orthopedic and Spinal Surgery -- Otorhinolaryngologic Procedures -- Ophthalmology -- Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery -- Burn Injuries -- The Extremely Premature Infant (Micropremie) -- Neonatal Emergencies -- Fetal Intervention and the EXIT Procedure -- Trauma -- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation -- Malignant Hyperthermia -- Regional Anesthesia -- Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia -- Acute Pain -- Chronic Pain -- Anesthesia Outside the Operating Room -- The Postanesthesia Care Unit and Beyond -- Sedation for Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures Outside the Operating Room -- Procedures for Vascular Access -- Infectious Disease Considerations for the Operating Room -- Pediatric Anesthesia in Developing Countries -- Pediatric Equipment -- Medicolegal Issues -- Simulation in Pediatric Anesthesia.
  • 2014 Wiley
    Haycock, Adam; Cohen, Jonathan; Cotton, Peter B.; Saunders, Brian P.; Williams, Christopher B.
  • 2010 ClinicalKey
    Cottrell, James E.; Young, William L.
    5th Edition, edited by James E. Cottrell, MD, FRCA and William L. Young, MD, delivers the complete and authoritative guidance you need to ensure optimal perioperative safety for neurosurgical patients. Integrating current scientific principles with the newest clinical applications, it not only explains what to do under any set of circumstances but also why to do it and how to avoid complications. Comprehensive updates reflect all of the latest developments in neurosurgical anesthesia, and contributions from many new experts provide fresh insights into overcoming tough clinical challenges.
  • 2002 ScienceDirect
    Ciarrocchi, Joseph W.
  • 2009 Springer
    Dishovsky, Christophor; Pivovarov, Alexander A.
  • 2007 CRCnetBASE
    Burke, Robert.
    The United States is a high priority target, and the goal of today's terrorist is body count. Our enemies can kill thousands with just a small amount of chemical or biological agent. This book details the characteristics, actions, identification, and containment of possible agents. With chapters on chemical agents, biological agents, explosive, nuclear, and incendiary devices, the author prepares the first responder to handle everything from re-establishing control and on-scene triage, to monitoring and detection techniques, decontamination, and training resources. It provides step-by-step procedures for recognizing and identifying terrorist incidents. Explores scene security, crime scene, isolation issues and recommended protective equipment and decontamination procedures. Provides guidance for all emergency responders to terrorist incidents, including fire, EMS, and law enforcement.
  • 2002 CRCnetBASE
    Bolz, Frank; Bolz, Frank; Dudonis, Kenneth J.; Schulz, David P.
  • 2005 CRCnetBASE
    Bolz, Frank; Dudonis, Kenneth J.; Schulz, David P.
    Foreword / Robert Kupperman, Stephanie Lanz -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- 1. What is terrorism, who are terrorists, what do they do? -- 2. Common elements of terrorism -- 3. Terrorism defense planning -- 4. Bomb defense planning -- 5. Hostage situations -- 6. Kidnapping -- 7. Threat of weapons of mass destruction -- 8. Domestic terrorism -- 9. Bomb incidents -- 10. Hostage incidents -- 11. Postblast environment -- 12. Hostage/Kidnapping aftermath -- 13. Interviewing victims -- 14. Role of the commander -- 15. The command post -- 16. A closer look at 9/11 -- Appendix A. Government-sponsored terrorism -- Appendix B. Foreign terrorist organizations (FTOs) -- Index.
  • 2011
    Moss, Sandra W.
    1. American Medical Journalism: A Place for New Jersey? -- 2. What Did Country Doctors Write and What Did They Want to Read? -- 3. Early Years in Beverly: The Burdens and Rewards of General Practice -- 4. The News from Brazil: Adventures in the Amazon -- 5. The Country Practitioner Launches The Country Practitioner -- 6. Keeping Abreast: Veratrum, Diphtheria, and Obstetrics -- 7. The View from Beverly: The Business and Ethics of Medicine -- 8. The Professional Brotherhood -- 9. The Threat of Specialization and Other Topics of the Day -- 10. An Editor's Woes -- 11. Medical Life in the Big(ger) City -- 12. The Country Doctor Goes West.
  • Corey, Michael J.
    Coupled bioluminescent reactions in practice -- Coupled bioluminescent cytotoxicity assays -- The role of coupled bioluminescent assays in kinase screening and study -- Coupled bioluminescent phosphatase assays -- Acetylcholinesterase -- Measurement of nitric oxide synthase activity by coupled bioluminescence -- The coupled bioluminescent pyrophosphorolysis assay -- Coupled luminescent assays of G-protein-coupled receptors -- Coupled bioluminescent protease assays -- Coupled luminescent assays involving aequorin -- Coupled bioluminescent reporter assays -- Coupled bioluminescent assays : regulatory concerns -- Coupled bioluminescent determination of bioburden and sterility -- Environmental applications of coupled bioluminescent assays.
  • 2009
    Bridenbaugh, Phillip O.; Carr, Daniel B.; Cousins, Michael J.; Horlocker, Terese T.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2013
    Lovejoy, Alexander Fraser; Brown, Patrick O.; Das, Rhiju; Straight, Aaron.
    While the presence of modified nucleotides in cellular RNA has been known about for over 60 years, it is only recently that such nucleotides have become studied and mapped in mRNAs. With recent transcriptome-wide maps of N6-methyladenosine and 5-methylcytosine showing widespread mRNA modification and evolutionary conservation of many sites, it is clear that site-specific mRNA modification may represent a new level of post-transcriptional regulation of gene expression. With this in mind, we set out to map other mRNA modifications to begin to get an idea of the role they may play in gene expression. We developed a high-throughput sequencing technique that identified the first known pseudouridines in mRNA. We were able to identify the enzymes that modified a few of the top hits, as well as show that modification of at least one of the top sites is conserved throughout the fungal lineage. We have made progress toward developing an improved high-throughput sequencing technique, which could allow elucidation of a transcriptome-wide map of pseudouridines. Adapting the same technique as was used to identify mRNA pseudouridylation, we also found a few dozen possible 2'-O-methylation sites in mRNA with an interesting functional theme, though these potential modifications still need to be validated. In addition, we attempted to map and find a functional role for N6-methyladenosines in yeast undergoing meiosis, and while this failed, it led to our discovery of a target set of bound mRNAs and role in gene expression of a meiosis-specific RNA binding protein, Rim4p. The work described in this thesis identifies the third known internal, site-specific modified nucleotide in mRNA, suggesting that mRNA modifications may be more common than previously thought and may play an important, under-explored role in post-transcriptional control of gene expression.
  • 2007
    Kraut, Alan M.; Kraut, Deborah A.
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    "Trouble in the Beth Israel Hospital Association" -- The formative years -- From little house on the hill to modern institution -- A modern hospital surviving depression and war -- Medicine at the Beth, 1928-1947 -- The modern institution at midcentury -- Medical research at midcentury -- Redefining the Beth's community -- The changing shape of health care.
  • 2012
    Wilensky, Sara; Gray, Elizabeth.
    Under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act ("ACA"), states are encouraged to increase their role in improving access to evidence-based preventive screenings and strategies. One of these provisions goes into effect on January 1, 2013, when state Medicaid programs will have the opportunity to receive a one percentage point increase in their Federal Medical Assistance Percentage matching rate ("FMAP") if they cover the immunizations recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices ("ACIP") and the preventive services rated "A" or "B" by the U. S. Preventive Services Task Force ("USPSTF") without cost-sharing. The USPSTF is an independent panel of experts that reviews scientific evidence on clinical preventive health care services and issues recommendations for primary care providers and health systems. This study evaluates Medicaid coverage across the country for twenty-four of those services that focus on non-pregnant adults. There was significant variation among states in which services were covered under Medicaid for non-elderly, non-pregnant adults. While some research has been published examining Medicaid coverage of select preventive services, there has not been a comprehensive look at state-level Medicaid coverage of preventive services for adults. This study is intended to provide a better understanding of Medicaid coverage of preventive services for adults in the current state programs, help guide federal policymakers as they make decisions about the criteria qualifying a state for the FMAP increase, and inform state policy makers as they consider the level of preventive benefits and services to offer should they expand Medicaid in 2014.
  • 2012 Springer
    Toman, Rudolf.
    History and Prospects of Coxiella burnetii Research / Karim E. Hechemy -- Phylogenetic Diversity, Virulence and Comparative Genomics / Erin J. van Schaik and James E. Samuel -- Defense Mechanisms Against Oxidative Stress in Coxiella burnetii: Adaptation to a Unique Intracellular Niche / Katja Mertens and James E. Samuel -- Lipopolysaccharide of Coxiella burnetii / Craig T. Narasaki and Rudolf Toman -- Components of Protective Immunity / Guoquan Zhang, Yan Zhang and James E. Samuel -- Proteome of Coxiella burnetii / Robert Ihnatko, Edward Shaw and Rudolf Toman -- Coxiella Subversion of Intracellular Host Signaling / S. Kauser Hussain and Daniel E. Voth -- The Coxiella burnetii Parasitophorous Vacuole / Eric Ghigo, María I. Colombo and Robert A. Heinzen -- Coxiella burnetii Secretion Systems / Justin A. McDonough, Hayley J. Newton and Craig R. Roy -- Role of Lipids in Coxiella burnetii Infection / Stacey D. Gilk -- Axenic Growth of Coxiella burnetii / Anders Omsland -- Developmental Biology of Coxiella burnetii / Michael F. Minnick and Rahul Raghavan -- Genetic Manipulation of Coxiella burnetii / Paul A. Beare -- Role of Innate and Adaptive Immunity in the Control of Q Fever / Christian Capo and Jean-Louis Mege -- Immune Response and Coxiella burnetii Invasion / Amira Ben Amara, Yassina Bechah and Jean-Louis Mege -- Antigenic Analysis for Vaccines and Diagnostics / Laura R. Hendrix and Chen Chen -- Epidemic Q Fever in Humans in the Netherlands / Wim van der Hoek, Gabriëlla Morroy, Nicole H. M. Renders, Peter C. Wever and Mirjam H. A. Hermans, et al. -- Coxiella-like Endosymbionts / Jianmin Zhong -- Molecular Typing of Coxiella burnetii (Q Fever) / Robert F. Massung, Sally J. Cutler and Dimitrios Frangoulidis.
    Also available: Print – 2012
  • 2010
    Goldstein, Matthew J.; Davis, Mark M.; Levy, Ronald; Negrin, Robert S.; Steinman, Lawrence.
    Despite the success of passive immunotherapy with monoclonal antibodies (mAb) directed against tumor cells (e.g. anti-CD20, rituximab), many lymphoma patients eventually relapse. Active immunotherapy for the treatment of lymphoma aims to induce an adaptive and long-lasting antitumor immune response to prevent or prolong time to recurrence. Although antitumor immune cells can be found in cancer patients, these cells may be rendered ineffective in eradicating cancer due to tumor-induced immunosuppression. One approach to overcome this--adoptive cell therapy--involves the isolation of tumor-specific T cells followed by their re-administration to a patient after a myeloablative conditioning regimen. The work discussed in this dissertation describes our studies on a novel approach to adoptive cell therapy for lymphoma. Specifically, we have investigated vaccination methods for generating tumor-reactive T cells in vivo and demonstrate a strategy to isolate this specific population. Prior work from our lab has shown that a combination of chemotherapy (CTX) plus intra-tumor injection of CpG cures a majority of tumors in the A20 mouse B cell lymphoma model. In these studies we found that it was necessary to inject CpG directly into the tumor. We concluded that CpG can have an immunostimulatory effect on either the tumor B cell or on the host APC to enhance uptake and presentation of tumor antigens thereby leading to a cytotoxic CD8 antitumor T cell response. We posited that the effectiveness of the CTX + CpG vaccination maneuver may be limited by endogenous regulatory factors of the immune system. Myeloablation eliminates many of these factors and creates an environment that is conducive to the adoptive transfer of anti-tumor lymphocytes. Transferred cells respond to homeostatic proliferation signals and repopulate 'empty' lymphocyte niches. We utilized CTX + CpG active immunization to generate anti-tumor T cells in vivo and transferred these T cells into lymphodepleted recipient mice. We refer to the preparation of these cells and subsequent transfer as 'immunotransplant'. Transferred T cells cured large and metastatic tumors. We demonstrated that tumor rejection was mediated by donor CD8 T cells. These transferred tumor-specific Teffector cells preferentially expanded, increasing the Teffector:Treg ratio in recipients. This work demonstrates that in situ vaccination is an efficient and effective means to generate T cells for adoptive therapy. The second phase of our work focused on designing an alternative strategy for generating antitumor T cells in vivo. We designed a CpG-loaded tumor cell vaccine made up of irradiated-tumor cells (a rich source of tumor antigens) loaded with CpG. The T cells induced by this vaccine could mediate antitumor immune responses and were more effective when adoptively transferred into lymphodepleted mice. CpG-loaded tumor cells were phagocytosed delivering both tumor antigen and the immunostimulatory CpG molecule to APCs. These APCs then expressed increased levels of costimulatory molecules and induced T cell immunity. TLR9 was required in the APC but not in the CpG-loaded tumor cell. We demonstrate that T cells induced by this vaccine were effective in adoptive cellular therapy for lymphoma and led to regression of large and established tumors. Interestingly, this therapeutic effect could be transferred by CD4 but not by CD8 T cells. This CpG-loaded whole cell vaccination has strong potential for translation to the clinical setting. We were surprised that our CpG-loaded tumor cell vaccine induced an antitumor CD4 T cell response. To date, the field of adoptive cell therapy has focused primarily on CD8 CTLs and our early work with CTX + CpG vaccination supported this paradigm. However, the concept of CD4 T cells coordinating broad, antitumor responses is important for the field of adoptive therapy. CD4 cells play central roles in nearly all aspects of the adaptive immune response including the recruitment of other immune cell types as well as the activation of B cells and APCs. However, clinical translation of using CD4 T cells for adoptive therapy is limited by potential to co-transfer regulatory CD4 T cells (Tregs). In the third phase of our work, we identified a method for isolating viable antitumor CD4 T cells while excluding Tregs based on two surface markers--CD44 and CD137. Adoptive transfer of CD137negCD44hi CD4 T cells, but not other sub-populations, provided protection from B cell lymphoma. We demonstrate that the population of CD137posCD44hi CD4 T cells consists primarily of activated Tregs. In vitro, these CD137pos cells suppressed the proliferation of effector cells in a contact-dependent manner. Moreover, in vivo the addition of CD137posCD44hi CD4 cells to CD137negCD44hi CD4 cells suppressed the antitumor immune response. These results suggest that CD137 expression on CD4 T cells defines a population of activated Tregs that prevent antitumor immune responses. Similar to observations in the murine model, human lymphoma biopsies also contain a population of CD137pos CD4 T cells that are predominantly CD25posFoxP3pos Tregs. In conclusion, our findings identify two surface markers that can be used to facilitate the enrichment of anti-tumor CD4 T cells while depleting an inhibitory Treg population. Together, these findings define a T cell-based therapy for lymphoma. We have established two methods of vaccination that are effective in generating antitumor T cells and show that these cells can reject established and metastatic tumors. T cell responses differ based on the route of vaccination, however we show that both vaccine-induced CD4 and CD8 T cells can mediate tumor rejection. Finally, we have described two surface molecules that could facilitate isolation of tumor-reactive CD4 T cells while removing tumor-reactive regulatory T cells. This work has direct implications for clinical therapy and a proof-of-concept clinical trial of adoptive immunotherapy for mantle cell lymphoma is ongoing.
  • 2011 STAT!Ref, Limited to 7 simultaneous users
  • 2011 STAT!Ref, Limited to 7 simultaneous users
  • 2010 Springer
    Cappabianca, Paolo.
    Evolution of techniques to approach the base of the skull -- Instruments -- Subfrontal approaches -- Supraorbital eyebrow approach: a less invasive corridor to lesions of the anterior cranial fossa, parasellar region, and ventral brainstem -- Frontotemporal approach -- Orbitozygomatic approach -- Transcallosal approaches to intraventrical tumors -- Subtemporal approach -- Suboccipital lateral approaches (presigmoid) -- Suboccipital lateral approaches (retrosigmoid) -- Suboccipital median approach -- Middle cranial fossa approach -- Translabyrinthine and transcochlear petrosal approaches -- Dorsolateral approach to the craniocervical junction -- Transsphenoidal approaches: endoscopic -- Endonasal endoscope-assisted microscopic approach -- Transsphenoidal approaches: microscopic -- Expanded endoscopic endonasal approaches to the skull base -- Maxillofacial surgery: evolution and approaches -- Orbital approaches -- Transoral approaches -- Midfacial approaches -- Midfacial translocation approach -- Transmandibular approaches -- Anterior cranial base reconstruction.
  • 2010 Thieme eNeurosurgery
    Binder, Devin K.; Fischbein, Nancy J.; Sonne, D. Christian.
    This beautifully illustrated book combines a detailed exposition of the anatomy and function of the cranial nerves with practical coverage of clinical concepts for the assessment and differential diagnosis of cranial nerve dysfunction. An introductory chapter provides a brief overview of cranial nerve anatomy and function, skull base anatomy, classification of pathologies, and imaging approaches. Each of the twelve chapters that follow is devoted to in-depth coverage of a different cranial nerve. These chapters open with detailed discussion of the various functions of each nerve and normal anatomy. The authors then describe common lesions and present a series of cases that are complemented by CT images and MRIs to illustrate disease entities that result in cranial nerve dysfunction.
  • Binder, Devin.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2010
    Sperber, Geoffrey H.; Guttmann, Geoffrey D.; Sperber, Steven M.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Mechanisms of embryology -- Early embryonic development -- Early orofacial development -- Pharyngeal arches -- Pharyngeal pouches and pharyngeal grooves-- Bone development and growth -- Calvaria -- Cranial base -- Facial skeleton -- Palate -- Paranasal sinuses -- Mandible -- Temporomandibular joint -- Skull growth : sutures and cephalometrics -- Tongue and tonsils -- Salivary glands -- Muscle development -- Special sense organs -- Development of the dentition (Odontogenesis) -- Craniofacial disorders with known single gene mutations.
  • 2013 Springer
    Andrade, Francisco H.; McLoon, Linda K.
    Of the approximately 640 muscles in the human body, over 10% of them are found in the craniofacial region. The craniofacial muscles are involved in a number of crucial non-locomotor activities, and are critical to the most basic functions of life, including vision, taste, chewing and food manipulation, swallowing, respiration, speech, as well as regulating facial expression and controlling facial aperture patency. Despite their importance, the biology of these small skeletal muscles is relatively unexplored. Only recently have we begun to understand their unique embryonic development and the genes that control it and characteristic features that separate them from the skeletal muscle stereotype.This book is the most comprehensive reference to date on craniofacial muscle development, structure, function, and disease. It details the state-of-the-art basic science of the craniofacial muscles, and describes their unique response to major neuromuscular conditions. Most importantly, the text highlights how the craniofacial muscles are different from most skeletal muscles, and why they have been viewed as a distinct allotype. In addition, the text points to major gaps in our knowledge about these very important skeletal muscles and identified key gaps in our knowledge and areas primed for further study and discovery.
  • 2008. Karger
    Rice, David P.
    Developmental anatomy of craniofacial sutures / Rice, D.P. -- Locate, condense, differentiate, grow and confront: developmental mechanisms controlling intramembranous bone and suture formation and function / Rice, D.P.; Rice, R. -- Mechanical influences on suture development and patency / Herring, S.W. -- Suture neontology and paleontology: the bases for where, when and how boundaries between bones have been established and have evolved / Depew, M.J.; Compagnucci, C.; Griffin, J. -- Single suture craniosynostosis: diagnosis and imaging / Hukki, J.; Saarinen, P.; Kangasniemi, M. -- Clinical features of syndromic craniosynostosis / Rice, D.P. -- Genetics of craniosynostosis: genes, syndromes, mutations and genotype-phenotype correlations / Passos-Bueno, M.R. ... [et al.] -- Roles of FGFR2 and twist in human craniosynostosis: insights from genetic mutations in cranial osteoblasts / Marie, P.J.; Kaabeche, K.; Guenou, H. -- Fibroblast growth factor signaling in cranial suture development and pathogenesis / Hajihosseini, M.K. -- Tgf-€ regulation of suture morphogenesis and growth / Rawlins, J.T.; Opperman, L.A. -- The BMP pathway in skull vault development / Maxson, R.; Ishii, M. -- Current treatment of craniosynostosis and future therapeutic directions / Wan, D.C. ... [et al.].
  • 2010 Springer
    Hardt, Nicolas; Kuttenberger, Johannes.
  • 2011 Karger
    Collmann, Hartmut; Kress, Wolfram; Muenke, Max; Solomon, Benjamin D.
    Craniosynostosis - the premature fusion of the cranial sutures of an infant's skull - is a challenging and complex condition that can occur as part of a syndrome or in isolation. In the last two decades increased knowledge about the structure and function of the human genome has enabled the discovery of the molecular etiologies of most forms of syndromic craniosynostosis, which in turn has allowed for the analysis of normal and abnormal sutural biology from the atomic to the population-based level. In parallel with the increase in basic biological understanding, advances in clinical diagnosis and treatment have been achieved including improved prenatal imaging technology and craniofacial surgical techniques as well as condition-specific care in specialized hospitals and clinical units. This book represents a comprehensive overview on the subject of craniosynostosis. Its 19 excellent chapters were written by the foremost authorities in the field for a wide range of readers. They cover topics including a historical review, basic biological and molecular studies, the various common and uncommon syndromes, nonsyndromic craniosynostoses, genetic testing, prenatal ultrasonography, and recent methods of neurosurgical and maxillofacial treatment. Both investigators at the bench and clinicians at the operating table will appreciate this timely book which will be the definitive volume on craniosynostosis for many years to come.
  • 2011 Thieme eNeurosurgery
    Cacciola, Francesco; Goel, Atul.
  • 2006
    Hallowell, Edward M.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2005 CRCnetBASE
    Berdanier, Carolyn D.
  • 2011 CRCnetBASE
    Berdanier, Carolyn D.
    "Terms of interest to the nutritionist are listed alphabetically. Included are medical terms, food science terms, metabolic terms, physiologic terms, drug terms, biotechnology terms and nutrition terms. Since Nutrition and Foods are integrated sciences not all of these terms will be useful to all readers. However, there should be a large number useful to many readers. The third edition provides many more terms than were provided in the earlier editions. A web address has been included to give the reader access to the extensive Tables of Food Composition maintained by USDA. In addition, a web address for Dietary Reference Intakes has been included to again provide the most current recommendations for nutrient intakes. These recommendations are in a state of flux. As the information base expands with respect to nutrient use and need, the DRIs are changed to reflect this newer knowledge. Included in this edition are the many drugs that are used to manage nutrition-related conditions. Cardiovascular disease, diabetes, hypertension, obesity, and so forth are diseases that, while incurable, are manageable. Many medical conditions have a nutrient component to their development as well as a genetic component and the major ones are described. Some of the rare genetic diseases relevant to nutrition and metabolism are also listed. Many drugs used in the management of chronic disease are of interest to the nutritionist so these drugs are listed."--Excerpts from publisher notes.
  • 2005 CRCnetBASE
    Kern, Mark.
  • 2008 CRCnetBASE
    Dunning, John B.
  • latest ed. only
    Lide, David R.; Weast, Robert C.
    Also available: Print – 2002/03.
  • v. 1-<5>, 1982-<1989>
    Werner, Mario.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 1980-
    Feinberg, Barry N.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    v. 1. General principles.
  • 1976-
    Feinberg, Barry N.; Fleming, David G.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    [sect. A. General data].--sect. B. Instruments and measurements.
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    Laskin, Allen I.; Lechevalier, Hubert A.
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    v. 1. Bacteria.--v. 2. Fungi, algae, protozoa, and viruses.--v. 3. Microbial composition : amino acids, proteins, and nucleic acids.--v. 4. Microbial composition : carbohydrates, lipids, and minerals.--v. 5. Microbial products.--v. 6. Growth and metabolism.--v. 7. Microbial transformation.--v. 8. Toxins and enzymes.--v. 9, pt. A. Antibiotics.
  • v. 1-<2>, 1990-<91>
    Lipták, András; Fügedi, Péter; Szurmai, Zoltán.
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    v. 1. Disaccharides -- v. 2. Trisaccharides
  • 2006 CRCnetBASE
    Bruno, Thomas J.; Svoronos, Paris D. N.
  • 2014 ClinicalKey
    Creasy, Robert K.; Resnik, Robert.
    Human Basic Genetics and Patterns of Inheritance -- Normal Early Development -- Amniotic Fluid Dynamics -- Multiple Gestation: The Biology of Twinning -- Biology of Parturition -- Immunology of Pregnancy -- Maternal Cardiovascular, Respiratory, and Renal Adaptation to Pregnancy -- Endocrinology of Pregnancy -- The Breast and the Physiology of Lactation -- Maternal Nutrition -- Developmental Origins of Health and Disease -- Fetal Cardiovascular Physiology -- Behavioral States in the Fetus: Relationship to Fetal Health and Development -- Placental Respiratory Gas Exchange and Fetal Oxygenation -- Fetal Lung Development and Surfactant -- Evidence-Based Practice in Perinatal Medicine -- Performing and Documenting the Fetal Anatomy Ultrasound Examination -- Doppler Ultrasound: Select Fetal and Maternal Applications -- Clinical Applications of Three-Dimensional Sonography in Obstetrics -- Central Nervous System Imaging Cephalocele -- Imaging of the Face and Neck Cleft Lip and Palate -- Thoracic Imaging -- Fetal Cardiac Malformations and Arrhythmias: Detection, Diagnosis, Management, and Prognosis -- Abdominal Imaging -- Urogenital Imaging -- Skeletal Imaging -- Placenta and Umbilical Cord Imaging Marginal and Velamentous Umbilical Cord Insertion -- Uterus and Adnexae Imaging Adnexal Mass, Complex and Simple -- First-Trimester Imaging -- Prenatal Diagnosis of Congenital Disorders -- Teratogenesis and Environmental Exposure -- Assessment of Fetal Health -- Intrapartum Fetal Surveillance -- Assessment and Induction of Fetal Pulmonary Maturity -- Invasive Fetal Therapy -- Hemolytic Disease of the Fetus and Newborn -- Nonimmune Hydrops -- Multiple Gestation: Clinical Characteristics and Management -- Pathogenesis of Spontaneous Preterm Birth -- Preterm Labor and Birth -- Cervical Insufficiency -- Premature Rupture of the Membranes -- Clinical Aspects of Normal and Abnormal Labor -- Recurrent Pregnancy Loss -- Stillbirth -- Placenta Previa, Placenta Accreta, Abruptio Placentae, and Vasa Previa -- Intrauterine Growth Restriction -- Pregnancy-Related Hypertension -- Patient Safety in Obstetrics -- Maternal Mortality -- Maternal and Fetal Infections -- Cardiac Diseases -- Coagulation Disorders in Pregnancy -- Thromboembolic Disease in Pregnancy -- Anemia and Pregnancy -- Malignancy and Pregnancy -- Renal Disorders -- Respiratory Diseases in Pregnancy -- Diabetes in Pregnancy -- Thyroid Disease and Pregnancy -- Other Endocrine Disorders of Pregnancy -- Gastrointestinal Disease in Pregnancy -- Diseases of the Liver, Biliary System, and Pancreas -- Pregnancy and Rheumatic Diseases -- Neurologic Disorders -- Management of Depression and Psychoses in Pregnancy and in the Puerperium -- Substance Abuse in Pregnancy -- The Skin and Pregnancy -- Benign Gynecologic Conditions in Pregnancy -- Anesthesia Considerations for Complicated Pregnancies -- Intensive Care Considerations for the Critically Ill Parturient -- Neonatal Morbidities of Prenatal and Perinatal Origin.
  • 2009
    Creasy, Robert K.; Iams, Jay D.; Resnik, Robert.
  • 2007 Springer
    Salomons, Gajja S.; Wyss, Markus.
  • Springer
    Gerow, Mark E.
  • 2005 ScienceDirect
    Cicirata, F.; Zeeuw, C. I. de.
    Development of the cerebellum -- Structural cerebellar plasticity -- Cell physiological cerebellar plasticity -- Imaging of cerebellar activity -- Oscillations and synchrony in cerebellar cortex and inferior olive -- Cerebellar motor control -- Cerebellar neuro-anatomical organization -- Excitability in cerebellar cortex -- Cerebellar pathology -- Epilogue.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2011 Springer
    Buki, Lydia P.; Piedra, Lissette M.; Vasquez, Melba J. T.
    Latinos and the Changing Demographic Landscape: Key Dimensions for Infrastructure Building --Latino Mental Health: Acculturation Challenges in Service Provision -- Building Response Capacity: The Need for Universally Available Language Services -- Increasing Service Parity Through Organizational Cultural Competence -- Building Infrastructure Through Training and Interdisciplinary Collaboration -- Investing in the Future: Expanding Educational Opportunities for First-Generation Latino College Students -- Putting Students to Work: Spanish Community Service Learning as a Countervailing Force -- Serving Latino Families Caring for a Person with Serious Mental Illness -- The Plight of Latino Youth in the Juvenile Justice System: Considerations for Mental Health Treatment -- Promoting the Well-Being of Unaccompanied Immigrant Minors -- Latinos in Rural Areas: Addressing Mental Health Disparities in New Growth Communities -- Life During and After Breast Cancer: Providing Community-based Comprehensive Services to Latinas -- Lessons Learned from HIV Service Provision: Using a Targeted Behavioral Health Approach -- Private Practice with Latinos: Brief Reflections and Suggestions.
  • 2012 ProQuest Safari
    Topol, Eric J.
    "Mobile technology has transformed our lives, and personal genomics is revolutionizing biology. But despite the availability of technologies that can provide wireless, personalized health care at lower cost, the medical community has resisted change. In The Creative Destruction of Medicine, Eric Topol--one of the nation's top physicians--calls for consumer activism to demand innovation and the democratization of medical care." -- [Publisher-provided data]
  • 2008 Springer
    Clement, John J.
  • 2007 Springer
    Ottaviani, Giulia.
  • 2014 Springer
    Ottaviani, Giulia.
    Crib death or sudden infant death syndrome is surely among the worst emotional tragedies that any parent can experience. It is the most frequent death-causing syndrome during the first year of life, striking one infant in every 700-1,000. Crib death is a great enigma, and one of the main open issues in the social-medical and scientific setting of contemporary medicine. Despite a wide spectrum of theories and years of research, its etiology remains unclear. The scarcity of knowledge in the field of crib death and its pathology has led to continued and growing concern, prompting an expanding search for explanation that will permit either prediction or rapid diagnosis. This book describes systematic studies of the cardiovascular system and autonomic nervous system carried out in a large number of infants, newborns, and fetuses who have died suddenly and unexpectedly, as well as in age-matched control cases. The cardiovascular and neuropathological findings are presented in detail, and the relationship between crib death and unexplained perinatal death is discussed. This monograph will aid pathologists, forensic pathologists, pediatricians, obstetricians, and neonatologists in recognizing all potential morphological substrata. It puts forward a well-researched standardized postmortem protocol to be applied in all cases of sudden unexpected infant and perinatal death.
  • 2007 Springer
    Ergonul, Onder; Whitehouse, Chris A.
  • 2007 Springer
    Trestrail, John Harris.
    Poisoners throughout history -- Types of poisons -- Poisoners -- Victims -- Crime scene investigation -- The forensic autopsy -- Proving poisoning -- Poisoners in court -- Poisoning in fiction -- Conclusion.
  • 2006 Springer
    Kocsis, Richard N.
    Peface : The evolution of crime action profiling -- What is criminal profiling? -- Smoke and mirrors : the illusions of accuracy in criminal profiles -- Rhetoric vs reality : investigating the skills and accuracy of criminal profiling -- The components and processes of criminal profiling -- Defining serial violent crime -- Operational interpretation of the CAP models -- Criminal profiling of serial rape offenses -- Criminal profiling of sexual murder offenses -- Criminal profiling of serial arson offenses -- Offense location patterns : geographic profiles -- Procedural considerations and format guidelines -- Fighting fire with fire -- Understanding descriptive and inferential statistics : a beginner's guide -- Variable and coding tables.
  • 2008 Springer
    St. Pierre, Michael; Buerschaper, Cornelius; Hofinger, Gesine.
    The human factors: errors and skills -- The challenge of acute healthcare -- The nature of error -- The psychology of human action -- Human perception: the way we see things -- Information processing and mental models: world views -- Goals and plans: turning points for success -- Attention: in the focus of consciousness -- Stress -- Strategies for action: ways to achieve good decisions -- The key to success: teamwork -- Speech is golden: communication -- Leadership -- Organizations and human error -- Reliable acute care medicine.
  • 2011 Springer
    St. Pierre, Michael.
    The Human Factors: Errors and Skills -- The Challenge of Acute Healthcare -- The Nature of Error -- The Psychology of Human Action -- Human Perception: The Way We See Things -- Human Perception: The Way We See Things -- Information Processing and Mental Models: World Views -- Goals and Plans: Turning Points for Success -- Attention: The Focus of Consciousness -- Stress -- Strategies for Action:Ways to Achieve Good Decisions -- The Key to Success: Teamwork -- Speech is Golden: Communication -- Leadership -- Organizations and Accidents -- Reliable Acute Care Medicine.
  • 2015 ClinicalKey
    Burden, Amanda R.; Fish, Kevin J.; Gaba, David M.; Howard, Steven K.
    Also available: Print – 2015
  • 2013 NAP
    "Disasters and public health emergencies can stress health care systems to the breaking point and disrupt delivery of vital medical services. During such crises, hospitals and long-term care facilities may be without power; trained staff, ambulances, medical supplies and beds could be in short supply; and alternate care facilities may need to be used. Planning for these situations is necessary to provide the best possible health care during a crisis and, if needed, equitably allocate scarce resources. Crisis Standards of Care: A Toolkit for Indicators and Triggers examines indicators and triggers that guide the implementation of crisis standards of care and provides a discussion toolkit to help stakeholders establish indicators and triggers for their own communities. Together, indicators and triggers help guide operational decision making about providing care during public health and medical emergencies and disasters. Indicators and triggers represent the information and actions taken at specific thresholds that guide incident recognition, response, and recovery. This report discusses indicators and triggers for both a slow onset scenario, such as pandemic influenza, and a no-notice scenario, such as an earthquake. Crisis Standards of Care features discussion toolkits customized to help various stakeholders develop indicators and triggers for their own organizations, agencies, and jurisdictions. The toolkit contains scenarios, key questions, and examples of indicators, triggers, and tactics to help promote discussion. In addition to common elements designed to facilitate integrated planning, the toolkit contains chapters specifically customized for emergency management, public health, emergency medical services, hospital and acute care, and out-of-hospital care."--Publisher's description.
  • 2013 Springer
    Barrangou, Rodolphe; Oost, John van der.
    CRISPR-Cas is a recently discovered defense system which protects bacteria and archaea against invasion by mobile genetic elements such as viruses and plasmids. A wide spectrum of distinct CRISPR-Cas immune systems has been identified in at least half of the available prokaryotic genomes. On-going biochemical and functional analyses have resulted in substantial insight into the functions and possible applications of these fascinating systems, although many secrets remain to be uncovered. In this book, experts summarize the state of the art of this exciting field.
  • 2007
    Cook, Robin.
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    Angela Dawson, M.D., appears to have it all: at the age of thirty-seven, she owns a fabulous New York City apartment, a stunning seaside house on Nantucket, and enjoys the perks of her prosperous lifestyle. But her climb to the top was rough, marked by a troubled childhood, a failed marriage, and the devastating blow of bankruptcy as a primary-care internist. Painfully aware of the role of economics in modern life, particularly in the health-care field, Angela returned to school to earn an MBA. Armed with a shiny new degree and blessed with determination, intelligence, and impeccable timing, Angela founded a start-up company, Angels Healthcare, then took it public. With her controlling interest in three busy specialty hospitals in New York City and plans for others in Miami and Los Angeles, Angela's future looked very bright.Then a surge of drug-resistant staph infections in all three hospitals devastates Angela's carefully constructed world. Not only do the infections result in patient deaths, but the fatalities also cause stock prices to tumble, leaving market analysts wondering if Angela will be able to hold her empire together. New York City medical examiners Laurie Montgomery and Jack Stapleton are naturally intrigued by the uptick in staph-related post-procedure deaths. Aside from their own professional curiosity, there's a personal stake as well: Laurie and Jack are newly married, and Jack is facing surgery to repair a torn ligament at Angels Orthopedic Hospital. Despite Jack's protests, Laurie can't help investigating-opening a Pandora's box of corporate intrigue that threatens not just her livelihood, but her life with Jack as well. Danger in the Hospital! MRSA strikes multiple hospitals-- in Robin Cook's new novel, Critical. This tightly written medical thriller interweaves drug resistance, cross infection, and the perils of postoperative complications in standalone surgicenters. It also juxtaposes the perspective of an orthopedic patient/physician with the business interests of a physician/entrepreneur.
  • 2015 AccessEmergency Medicine
    Farcy, David A.
  • 2015 Springer
    Nicholls, Dasha; Robinson, Paul H.
    Anorexia and bulimia nervosa are serious disorders affecting pre-adolescents, adolescents and adults with high levels of co-morbidity, disability and mortality. The medical manifestations of these disorders are intrinsic to the illness and its treatment; some are secondary to malnutrition whereas others are the result of purging or other weight-controlling behaviours and a further group is due to poor management of nutritional problems. This book focuses on the role of the psychiatric, medical, nutritional and psychiatric assessment and management of severely ill patients with anorexia nervosa. Leading clinicians and researchers address the essentials of risk assessment, the identification of complications and the monitoring of treatment progress. Location of care and the role of the team are fully addressed, with due consideration of legal and ethical issues. Practical guidelines are included on risk assessment, management of acute and chronic physical problems, feeding during treatment and consent, as outlined in the MARSIPAN (2010) and Junior MARSIPAN (2012) documents. Critical Care for Anorexia Nervosa will be of value for medical and paediatric teams, GPs, psychiatrists℗ℓand all health-care professionals involved in the treatment of acutely ill patients with℗ℓanorexia℗ℓnervosa.
  • 2006
    Allain, Rae M.; Bigatello, Luca M.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2013 Future Med
    Fehlings, Michael.
    Critical care in spinal cord injury / Michael G. Fehlings -- Epidemiology of traumatic and nontraumatic spinal cord injury / Vanessa K. Noonan, Marcel F. Dvorak & Michael G. Fehlings -- Novel insights into pathophysiology and emerging therapeutic opportunities / Nicole Forgione & Michael G. Fehlings -- Imaging evaluation of the injured spinal column and spinal cord / David W. Cadotte, David Mikulis & Michael G. Fehlings -- Acute spinal cord injury : clinical evaluation, diagnosis and classification / W. Bradley Jacobs & Rita Nguyen -- Nonoperative management of acute spinal cord injury / Steven Kirshblum, Monifa Brooks, Jeremiah Nieves & Peter Yonclas -- Surgery for acute spinal cord injury / Ravichandra A. Madineni, Angud Mehdi & James S. Harrop -- Principles of spinal cord rehabilitation / Michelle L. Starkey, Markus Wirz, Thomas M. Kessler & Armin Curt -- Prognosis for spinal cord injury / Fin Biering-Sørensen & Ralph Marino -- Emerging therapies for traumatic spinal cord injury / Newton Cho & Anick Nater -- Index.
  • 2012 Wiley
    El Solh, Ali A.
    Cardiovascular physiology in obesity / Martin A. Alpert and Eric J. Chan -- Effects of obesity on respiratory physiology / Philippe Abou Jaoude, Jahan Porhomayon, Ali El Solh -- Gastrointestinal physiology in obesity / Alexander D. Miras and Carel W. le Roux -- Metabolic and endocrine physiology in obesity / Paula Alvarez-Castro, Susana Sangiao-Alvarellos, and Fernando Cordido -- Sedation, paralysis, and pain management of the critically ill obese patient / Christopher G. Hughes, Lisa Weavind, and Pratik Pandharipande -- Renal physiology in the critically ill obese patient / Eric A.J. Hoste and Jan J. De Waele -- Upper airway management in the morbidly obese patient / Michael Tielborg and Anthony Passannante -- Mechanical ventilation of the obese patient / Mohammed Mogri and M. Jeffery Mador -- Management of acute lung injury in the obese patient / Hallie C. Prescott and James M. O'Brien Jr. -- Management of infectious complications in the critically ill obese patient / Kristin Turza Campbell [and others] -- Management of gastrointestinal complications of the critically ill obese patient / Benjamin H. Levy III and David A. Johnson -- Management of metabolic and endocrine complications of the critically ill obese patient / Joseph Varon and Ilse M. Espina -- Management of venous thromboembolism in the critically ill obese patient / Terence K. Trow, Richard Matthay -- Hemodynamic monitoring of the critically ill obese patient / Wim K. Lagrand, Eline R. van Slobbe-Bijlsma, Marcus J. Schultz -- Diagnostic imaging of the critically ill obese patient / Venkata S. Katabathina [and others] -- Post operative care of the obese patient / Hui Sen Chong and Robert L. Bell -- Management of the obese patient with trauma / Hadley K. Herbert and Therèse M. Duane -- Abdominal solid organ transplantation in the obese patient / Erin C. Hall and Dorry L. Segev -- Critical care management of the obese patient after bariatric surgery / Scott E. Mimms and Samer G. Mattar -- Drug dosing in the critically ill patient / Brian L. Erstad -- Nutritional requirements of the critically ill obese patient / Bikram S. Bal, Frederick C. Finelli, and Timothy R. Koch -- Nursing care of the critically ill obese patient / Margaret E. McAtee -- Prognosis and outcome of critically ill obese patient / Yasser Sakr, Mohamed Zeiden, and Juliana Marques -- Ethical considerations in the critically ill obese patient / Mark D. Siegel.
  • 2006
    Marini, John J.; Wheeler, Arthur P.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2010
    Marini, John J.; Wheeler, Arthur P.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Hemodynamics -- Hemodynamic monitoring -- Support of the failing circulation -- Arrhythmias, pacing, and cardioversion -- Respiratory monitoring -- Airway intubation -- Indications and options for mechanical ventilation -- Practical problems and complications of mechanical ventilation -- Positive end-expiratory and continuous positive airway pressure -- Weaning and discontinuation of mechanical ventilation -- Intensive care unit imaging -- Acid-base disorders -- Fluid and electrolyte disorders -- Blood conservation and transfusion -- Pharmacotherapy -- Nutritional assessment and support -- Analgesia, sedation, and therapeutic paralysis -- General supportive care -- Quality improvement and cost control -- Cardiopulmonary arrest -- Acute coronary syndromes -- Hypertensive emergencies -- Venous thromboembolism -- Oxygenation failure, ARDS, and acute lung injury -- Ventilatory failure -- ICU infections -- Severe sepsis -- Thermal disorders -- Acute kidney injury and renal replacement therapy -- Clotting and bleeding disorders and anticoagulation therapy -- Hepatic failure -- Endocrine emergencies -- Drug overdose and poisoning -- Neurological emergencies -- Chest trauma -- Acute abdomen -- Gastrointestinal bleeding -- Burns and inhalational injury.
  • 2008
    Dellinger, R. Phillip; Parrillo, Joseph E.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2014 ClinicalKey
    Dellinger, R. Phillip; Parrillo, Joseph E.
    Take the best possible care of adult critical care patients with Critical Care Medicine: Principles of Diagnosis and Management in the Adult! Editors Dr. Joseph Parrillo and Dr. Phillip Dellinger, two of the most respected names in critical care medicine, combine their extensive knowledge with that of hundreds of top authorities in the field to bring you expert, state-of-the-art answers to any clinical question you may face in the intensive care unit. Learn from ICU specialists worldwide with contributions from an increased number of international authorities. Effectively manage common complications in the ICU with updated coverage of severe sepsis, septic shock, surgical infections, neurogenic and anaphylactic shock, severe heart failure, acute coronary syndromes, and Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome. - Publisher.
  • 2009 ClinicalKey
    Bellomo, R.; Kellum, John A.; Ronco, C.
    Because of the increase in serious kidney diseases, including end-stage renal disease, your role as a nephrologist, intensivist, surgeon, or critical care physician is quickly expanding. Well received in its 1st edition, this 2nd edition continues to provide comprehensive coverage of the latest advances in critical care procedures for the adult or pediatric patient with renal diseases or disorders. Presents a common language and standardized guidelines to help multi-disciplinary physicians caring for the critically ill communicate more effectively. A new US editor, detailed discussions of different forms of organ support, artificial organs, infections, acute illness occurring in chronic hemodialysis patients, and much more make this book an exceptional resource for anyone who treats critically ill renal patients. And, as an Expert Consult title, this meticulously updated 2nd edition comes with access to the complete contents online, fully searchable.
  • 2007
    Ahrens, Thomas; Kleinpell, Ruth M.; Prentice, Donna.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2010 Springer
    Munoz, Ricardo.
    Transition from the fetal to the neonatal circulation -- Triage and transport of infants and children with cardiac disease -- Airway control, mechanical ventilation, and respiratory care -- Heart-lung interactions -- Cardiac catheterization -- Echocardiography -- Cardiac anesthesia -- A pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic review -- Sedation and analgesia -- Monitoring of the cardiac patient -- The effects of cardiopulmonary bypass following pediatric cardiac surgery -- Nursing care of the pediatric cardiac patient -- Cardiac database and risk factor assessment. Outcomes analysis for congenital cardiac disease -- Patent ductus arteriosus -- Atrial septal defects -- Ventricular septal defects -- Complete atrioventricular septal defects -- Aortopulmonary window -- Tetralogy of Fallot -- Tetralogy of Fallot with absent pulmonary valve -- Tetralogy of Fallot with pulmonary atresia -- Pulmonary atresia with intact interventricular septum -- Pulmonary stenosis -- Left ventricular outflow tract obstruction -- Coarctation of the aorta -- Interrupted aortic arch -- Mitral valve anomalies and related disorders -- Mitral stenosis -- Prosthetic valves -- Hypoplastic left heart syndrome -- Single ventricle. General aspects -- Anomalous pulmonary veins -- Dextro-transposition fo the great arteries -- Congenitally corrected transposition of the great arteries (ccTGA) or Levo-transposition of the great arteries (l-TGA) -- Truncus arteriosus -- Double outlet right ventricle -- Ebstein's disease -- Anomalous coronary arteries -- Aortic valve regurgitation -- Vascular rings and pulmonary sling -- Takayasu arteritis -- Aortic dissection -- Tracheal resection -- Acute pulmonary hypertension -- Chronic pulmonary hypertension -- Acute myocarditis and cardiomyopathies -- Pericardial diseases -- Infective endocarditis -- Cardiac failure -- Shock in the cardiac patient: a brief overview -- Mechanical circulatory support in pediatric cardiac surgery -- Heart transplantation -- Arrhythmias in the intensive care unit -- Pacemakers (temporary and permanent), implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs) and cardiac resynchronization therapy -- Discontinuation of life: ethical and legal issues -- Respiratory complications: acute respiratory distress syndrome, chylothorax, diaphragmatic palsy, and functional and respiratory physiotherapy -- Gastrointestinal complications: necrotizing enterocolitis, malrotation, and protein losing enteropathy -- Malnutrition and feeding difficulties: guidelines for enteral and parenteral nutrition -- Hematological aspects: anticoagulation, heparin-induced thrombocytopenia, plasma exchange -- Renal failure and replacement therapy -- Neurological complications: intracranial bleeding, stroke and seizures -- Infections in the cardiac intensive care unit -- Skin protection.
  • 2011 Thieme Book
    Schaefer-Prokop, Cornelia.
    1. Basic Principles: Radiologic Techniques and Radiation Safety -- -- Radiologic Techniques in the Intensive Care Unit / C. Schaefer-Prokop ; Radiation Exposure and Radiation Safety / A. Stadler ; Communication, Reporting of Findings, and Teleradiology / M. Walz and C. Schaefer-Prokop -- -- 2. Thoracic Imaging of the Intensive Care Patient -- -- Technique of Portable Chest Radiography / C. Schaefer-Prokop ; Communication between Radiologists and Clinicians / C. Schaefer-Prokop ; Catheters and Monitoring Devices / E. Eisenhuber-Stadler and P. Wunderbaldinger ; Pulmonary Hemodynamics and Edema in ICU Patients / S. Metz-Schimmerl and C. Schaefer-Prokop ; Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome / I. Noebauer-Huhmann, L. Kramer, and C. Schaefer-Prokop ; Pneumonia / C. Schaefer-Prokop and E. Eisenhuber-Stadler ; Atelectasis / Eisenhuber-Stadler ; Pneumothorax / E. Eisenhuber-Stadler and S. Metz-Schimmerl ; Pleural Effusion / C. Schaefer-Prokop ; Acute Pulmonary Embolism / S. Metz-Schimmerl and C. Schaefer-Prokop -- -- 3 Imaging of Intensive Care Patients after Thoracic Surgery / M. Fuchsjaeger and C. Schaefer-Prokop -- -- 4. Acute Abdomen in Intensive Care Patients -- -- Acute Pancreatitis / M. Uffmann ; Acute Cholecystitis and Cholangitis / M. Uffmann ; Acute (Pyelo)nephritis (Urosepsis) / G. Heinz-Peer ; Acute Renal Failure / G. Heinz-Peer ; Acute Gastrointestinal Bleeding / C. Loewe, E. Schober, and M. Ceijna ; Inflammatory Bowel Diseases / E. Schober and C. Schaefer-Prokop ; Acute Intestinal Ischemia / W. Schima and M. Prokop.
  • 2013 ClinicalKey
    Parsons, Polly E.; Wiener-Kronish, Jeanine P.
    "Get the most out of your study and review with Critical Care Secrets! This easy-to-read book uses the popular and trusted Secrets Series® question-and-answer format to cover all areas of critical care medicine, focusing on the practical, "in-the-trenches" know-how you need to succeed both in practice, and on board and recertification exams. The easy-to-read approach of the Secrets books has been serving medical professionals for decades."--Publisher's website.
  • 2007
    Parsons, Polly E.; Wiener-Kronish, Jeanine P.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2010 Springer
    Barnette, Rodger E.; Criner, Gerard J.; D'Alonzo, Gilbert E.
    Airway management -- Oxygenation without intubation -- Blood gas sampling -- Hemodynamic monitoring -- Drainage tube management -- Cardiac pacing and defibrillation -- Enteral feeding tubes -- Common procedures in the intensive care unit: thoracentesis, lumbar puncture, paracenetsis, and pericardiocentesis -- Noninvasive monitoring in the intensive care unit -- Endoscopy in the intensive care unit -- Radiologic imaging in the critically ill patient -- Critical care research and regulatory compliance -- Nursing care in the intensive care unit setting: the role of the nurse in the ICU -- Transport of critically ill patients -- Respiratory failure -- Acute lung injury (ALI) and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) -- Management of massive pulmonary embolism -- Heart failure -- Cardiac arrhythmias -- Gastrointestinal hemorrhage -- Acute liver failure -- Acute renal injury -- Sepsis syndromes -- Bleeding diathesis -- Nutrition assessment and nutrition therapy in intensive care unit patients -- Oxygen content, delivery, and uptake -- Circulatory shock -- Critical care neurology -- Neuromyopathies in the critically ill -- Neurosurgical emergencies -- Disorders of thermoregulation -- Infections in the intensive care unit -- Critical care endocrinology -- Evaluation and management of toxicological emergencies -- Metabolic disturbances of acid-base and electrolytes -- Special problems in the critically ill trauma patient -- Ethics in critical care -- Psychological dysfunction in the intensive care unit patient -- Host defenses -- Burn critical care -- ICU care of the solid organ transplant recipient -- Postoperative care of the cardiac surgery patient -- Obstetrical care in the ICU patient -- Modes of mechanical ventilation: part I -- Mechanical ventilation: part II: monitoring of respiratory mechanics during mechanical ventilation and ventilator strategies -- Noninvasive ventilation -- Weaning from mechanical ventilation -- Mechanical hemodynamic support -- Pharmacologic hemodynamic therapy of shock -- Advanced cardiopulmonary resuscitation -- Antiarrhythmic drug management -- Acute coronary syndromes -- Hypertensive crisis -- Dialysis -- Use of blood components -- Antimicrobials -- Use of analgesics and sedatives in critical care -- Use of neuromuscular blocking agents in the intensive care unit -- Prophylactic regimens in the intensive care unit -- Rehabilitation in the intensive care unit.
  • 2015 ClinicalKey
    Karakitsos, Dimitrios; Lumb, Philip D.
    For physicians and nurses in critical care medicine, the increased demand and use of ultrasound necessitates further training. Critical Care Ultrasound helps meet that need. A straightforward, practical approach, an abundance of detailed ultrasound images, and online video demonstrations provide step-by-step guidance on the principles and effective use of this important imaging modality in both diagnosis and assistance with specific procedures. Coverage includes the latest applications of ultrasound for neurologic critical care; vascular problems; chest; hemodynamic monitoring; and abdominal and emergency uses, as well as assistance in a variety of specific procedures in critical care medicine.
  • 2012 ClinicalKey
    McLean, Anthony; Huang, Stephen.
    Critical Care Ultrasound Manual is a concise step-by-step guide on the assessment of ultrasounds. It trains critical care physicians in applying Rapid Assessment by Cardiac Echo (RACE) and Focused Assessment with Sonography in Trauma (FAST) to sonography principles. Animated video clips of procedures assist the reader in comprehending the content covered in the manual. Focus on helping readers obtain rapid practical information to assist management decisions.User-friendly layout.Explanatory diagrams, ultrasound images enhance the learning experience. Practical tips and cautions are highlighted in Boxes. MCQs on each chapter allow readers to analyse what they've learnt. The Appendices provide a checklist to assist interpretation of transthoracic echocardiogram in a systematic way, and a chapter on Doppler principles for those who wish to prepare the way for Doppler measurements.
  • 2015 Springer
    Zaner, Richard M.
    1. Introduction -- 2. Themes and schemes: a prelude -- 3. At the beginning and end of life: a meditation on the subtle hoax of matter -- 4. Dialogue and trust -- 5. Openings into clinical ethics -- 6. Voices and time -- 7. Responsibility in clinical ethics consultation -- 8. Clinical listening, narrative writing -- 9. Visions and re-visions: life and the accident of birth.
  • 2006
    Nichols, David G.
    The segmental approach to congenital heart disease -- Cardiovascular physiology and shock -- Regulation of pulmonary vascular resistance and blood flow -- Renal function and heart disease -- Splanchnic function and heart disease -- Cerebral function and heart disease -- Pharmacology of cardiovascular drugs -- Pediatric arrhythmias -- Pericardial effusion and tamponade -- Anesthesia for pediatric cardiac surgery -- Applied respiratory physiology -- Respiratory support for the child with critical heart disease -- Cardiac arrest and cardiopulmonary resuscitation -- Coagulation disorders in congenital heart disease -- Nutrition and metabolism in the critically ill child with cardiac disease -- Heart and lung transplantation -- Noninvasive diagnosis of congenital and acquired pediatric heart disease -- Diagnostic and therapeutic catheterization -- Perioperative monitoring -- Cardiopulmonary bypass in infants and children -- Mechaincal circulatory support in infants and children -- Nursing care of the child with congenital heart disease -- Perioperative management of patients with congenital heart disease: a multidisciplinary approach -- Atrial septal defects and ventricular septal defects -- Atrioventricular septal defects -- Left ventricular outflow tract obstruction -- Coarctation of the aorta and interrupted aortic arch -- Mitral valve diseases -- Aortopulmonary septal defects and patent ductus arteriosus -- Anomalous origin of the coronary arteries -- Persistent truncus arteriosus -- Total anomalous pulmonary venous return -- Transposition of the great arteries and the arterial switch operation -- Double-outlet right ventricle and double-outlet left ventricle -- Tetralogy of fallot with and without pulmonary atresia -- Pulmonary atresia with intact ventricular septum -- Ebstein's malformation -- Single-ventricle lesions -- Tricuspid atresia -- Hypoplastic left heart syndrome -- Separating the circulations: cavopulmonary connections (bidirectional glenn, hemi-fontan) and the modified fontan operation -- The critical appraisal and use of evidence about therapy -- Pulmonary hypertension -- Inflammatory heart disease -- Infective endocarditis -- Syndromes and congenital heart defects -- Heritable heart disease as part of multisystem illness -- Cardiomyopathy.
  • 2006 CRCnetBASE
    Radvanovsky, Robert.
  • 2012 Springer
    Wickramasinghe, Nilmini.
    Section I. Innovation and process considerations in the role of IS/IT in e-health. -- 1. Improving e-performance management in healthcare using intelligent IT solutions / Fatemeh Hoda Moghimi and Nilmini Wickramasinghe -- 2. An intelligence e-risk detection model to improve decision efficiency in the context of the orthopaedic operating room / Fatemeh Hoda Mogihim, Hossein Zadeh, and Nilmini Wickramasinghe -- 3. Healthcare information systems design : using a strategic improvisation model / Say Yen Teoh and Nilmini Wickramasinghe -- 4. Assimilation of healthcare information systems (HIS) : an analysis and critique / Hidayah Sulaiman and Nilmini Wichramasinghe -- 5. e-health in China : an evaluation / Yu Yun ... [et al.] -- 6. Improving the process of healthcare delivery in an outpatient environment : the case of a urology department / Chris Gonzalez and Nilmini Wickramasinghe -- 7. Adaptations for e-kiosk systems in Germany to develop barrier-free terminals for handicapped persons / Manuel Zwicker, Juergen Seitz, and Nilmini Wichramasinghe -- Section II. Design and organisation designing supportive and collaborative electronic health environments. -- 8. Collaborative approach for sustainable citizen-centered health care / Pirkko Nykänen and Antto Seppäla ̈-- 9. Strategies and solutions in e-health : a literature review / Marco De Marco, Francesca Ricciardi, and Jan vom Brocke -- 10. Online discussion forum as a means of peer support / R. Halonen -- 11. Designing persuasive health behavior change interventions / Tuomas Lehto -- 12. Accessiblility in the web for disabled people / Irene Krebs, Arnim Nethe, and Reetta Raitoharju -- Section III. The importance of people in e-health : lest we forget. -- 13. Knowledge management : often neglected but crucial to ehealth / Juerg P. Bleuer ... [et al.] -- 14. Patient Empowerment : a two way road / Lodewijk Bos -- 15. Citizen empowerment / Amir Hannan -- 16. E-health : focusing on people-centric dimensions / Rajeev K. Bali ... [et al.] -- 17. A model of estimating the direct benefits of implementing electronic data exchange of EMRs and state immunization information systems / Michael L. Popovich and Xiaohui Zhang -- Section IV. Innovation in e-health. -- 18. Business models for electronic healthcare services in Germany / S. Duennebeil, J. Leimeister, and H. Krcmar -- 19. Smart objects in healthcare : impact on clinical logistics / Martin Sedlmayr and Ulli Münch -- 20. Agency theory in e-healthcare and telemedicine : a literature study / Joerg Leukel ... [et al.] -- 21. Cost accounting and decision support for healthcare institutions / L. Waehlert, A. Wagner, and H. Czap -- 22. A comprehensive approach to the IT : clinial practice interface / David Zakim and Mark Dominik Alscher
  • 2007 Ovid
    Cannon, Christopher P.; O'Gara, Patrick T.
    Goals, design, and implementation of critical pathways in cardiovascular medicine / Christopher P. Cannon and Patrick O'Gara -- Part I. -- Prehospital critical pathways -- Prehospital fibrinolysis / Freek W.A. Verheught -- Regional transfer programs for primary PCI / David M. Larson and Timothy D. Henry -- Public access defibrillation / Joseph P. Ornato -- Part II. -- Critical pathways in the emergency department -- Non-ST elevation ACS in the emergency department / Richard J. Ryan, Christopher P. Cannon, and W. Brian Gibler -- Thrombolysis for ST-elevation mi in the emergency department / Joshua M. Kosowsky -- Heart failure in the emergency department / W. Frank Peacock -- Atrial fibrillation in the emergency department / Ray Bahr -- Stroke and TIA / Lee Schwamm -- The Role of exercise testing in chest pain units: evolution, application, results / Ezra A. Amsterdam, Deborah B. Diercks, and Samuel D. Turnipseed -- Part III -- Critical pathways in the hospital -- Critical pathway for non-ST elevation ACS / Christopher P. Cannon and Patrick T. O'Gara -- Primary PCI / Amr E. Abbas and Cindy L. Grines -- Primary PCI at community hospitals without on-site cardiac surgery / Nancy Sinclair and Thomas P. Wharton, Jr. -- Approach to the patient with complicated myocardial infarction / Richard C. Becker -- Cardiac catheterization and percuraneous coronary intervention / Jeffrey J. Popma -- Pathways for coronary artery bypass surgery / Rashid M. Ahmad, Frances Wadlington, Tiffany Street, James P. Greelish, Jorge M. Balaguer, and John G. Byrne -- Acute aortic syndromes / Piotr Sobieszcyk and Patrick O'Gara -- Intensive management of hyperglycemia in ACS / Vera T. Fajtova -- Management of atrial fibrillation and atrial flutter / Eyal Herzog and Jonathan S. Steinberg -- Heart failure / Greg Fonarow -- Device therapy in patients with heart failure / Peter J. Zimetbaum and Eli V. Gelfand -- Venous thromboembolism / Samuel Z. Goldhaber -- Part IV. -- Critical pathways in the outpatient setting / -- Hyperlipidemia / Frederick F. Samaha and Daniel J. Rader -- Diabetes and metabolic syndrome / Emily Deborah Szmuilowicz and Merri Pendergrass -- Hypertension / Michael A. Weber -- Smoking cessation / Beth C. Bock -- Secondary prevention overview / Sidney Smith -- Overview of the AHA "get with the guidelines" programs / Yuling Hong, Kenneth A. LaBresh -- Cardiac rehabilitation in the post myocardial infarction patient / Daniel E. Forman.
  • 2005/2006
    Blitzer, Jeremy Todd.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2010 Springer
    De Antoni, Enrico; Prantera, Cosimo; Tersigni, Roberto.
    Etiology / Marzia Marrollo, Alessandro Armuzzi and Fabio Zannoni -- Epidemiology / Marina Rizzi -- Genetics / Marco Castori and Paola Grammatico -- The Role of the Pathologist in the Management of Patients with Crohn's Disease / Roberto Pisa, Maria Cristina Macciomei and Alvaro Leone -- Clinical Presentation / Anna Kohn, Caterina Maria Camastra, Rita Monterubbianesi and Marina Rizzi -- Diagnostic and Therapeutic Role of Endoscopy / Arnaldo Andreoli, Patrizia Meddi, Paolo Pantanella and Antonio Tesi -- Laboratory Tests / Giuseppe Famularo and Giovanni Minisola -- Imaging / Loredana Adami, Maurizio Atzori, Paola Cerro, Andrea Cortese and Pasquale Ialongo, et al. -- Diagnosis of Anorectal Disease / Pasquale Ialongo, Loredana Adami, Maurizio Atzori, Cesare Hassan and Andrea Cortese, et al. -- Role of Interventional Radiology / Francesco Colucci, Paolo Agresti, Stefano Pieri, Maurizio Morucci and Lorenzo de' Medici -- Standard Therapeutic Approach / Roberto Mangiarotti -- New Therapies / Maria Lia Scribano and Maria Laura Annunziata -- Cell and Stem-Cell Therapies of Crohn's Disease and Complications / Luca Pierelli, Sergio Rutella and Giuseppina Bonanno -- Surgical Treatment / Roberto Tersigni -- Crohn's Disease in Children / Salvatore Cucchiara and Laura Stronati -- Perianal Disease / Luciano Alessandroni -- Crohn's Disease and Pregnancy / Claudio Donadio, Rocco Cosintino, Giuliano Rigon, Claudio Donadio and Fabrizio Signore -- Rheumatological Manifestations of Crohn's Disease / Giovanni Minisola and Giuseppe Famularo -- Cutaneous Manifestations / Luciano Alessandroni and Andrea Scotti -- Ocular Manifestations / Vincenzo Petitti and Stefano Tamburi -- Hepatopathologies / Leone Nauri -- Infectious Complications / Nicola Petrosillo and Cecilia M. J. Drapeau -- Kidney Disease / Margherita Rosa and Salvatore Di Giulio -- Crohn's Disease and Cancer / Fabio Calabrò and Cora N. Sternberg -- Crohn's Disease and Malignant Lymphomas / Valerio Zoli, Anna Proia and Ignazio Majolino -- Psychological and Social Aspects / Susan Levenstein and Vilma Varvo.
  • 2012 Springer
    Baumgart, Daniel.
    "The conditions of Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis are excellent examples of how the exponential growth of knowledge in biomedical science can make a remarkable impact on clinical practice and patient's quality of life. It has led to the development of unique novel immunomodulatory treatments. These are continuously being refined to treat not only the two original conditions in the gut, but the systemic immunologic illness with its associated extraintestinal disorders. New therapies are sometimes complex and associated with important risks requiring a deeper understanding of their molecular principles from clinicians. Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis serves as a unique combined resource for physicians and scientists addressing the needs of both groups. It will stimulate exchange and collaboration and shorten the path between discovery and application of new knowledge and also help clinicians understand new therapeutic concepts from their origins. This volume provides an introduction to mucosal immunology which forms the basis of modern immunotherapy. It also serves as a comprehensive guide to the current diagnostic modalities, including enhanced imaging techniques such as MRI and CT enterography, virtual colonoscopy, ultrasound, and endomicroscopy as well as conventional and complex immunomodulatory principles. Each chapter is written by experts in their field and includes the most up to date information. Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis will be of great value to gastroenterologists, surgeons, internists, pediatricians and gynecologists trainees, as well as all those involved in Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis and related autoimmune disorders"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2015 Springer
    Fichera, Alessandro; Krane, Mukta K.
    1. History of Crohn's Disease -- 2. Molecular and Genetic Factors in Crohn's Disease -- 3. Medical Therapy for Crohn's Disease: The Present -- 4. Medical Therapy: The Future -- 5. Diagnosti Fluoroscopy for Imaging Crohn's Disease -- 6. Diagnostics: Body Imaging -- 7. Diagnostics: Endoluminal -- 8. Ultrasound -- 9. Diagnostics: The Future -- 10. Surgery: Small Intestine Terminal Ileum- Resection -- 11. Bowel Sparing Procedures in Crohn's Disease of the Small Instestine -- 12. Surgery: Colon -- 13. Surgery: Perineum -- 14. Perineal Reconstruction in Crohn's Disease -- 15. Surgery: Surgical Quality -- 16. Recurrent CD: Medical Prophylaxis -- 17. Recurrent CD: Surgical Prophylaxis- Kono-S Anastomosis -- 18. Recurrent Crohn's Disease: Surgical Treatment -- 19. Extraintestinal Manifestations of Crohn's Disease -- 20. Enterostomal Therapy in the Management of the Patient with Crohn's Disease -- 21. Diet and Nutrition in the Treatment of Crohn's Disease -- 22. Fertility/Sexual Function -- 23. Quality of Life in Patients with Crohn's Disease -- Index.
  • 2015 Springer
    Rajesh, Arumugam; Sinha, Rakesh.
    1. Etiology and clinical features of Crohn's Disease -- 2. Pathological consideration in Crohn's Disease -- 3. The Role of endoscopy in the diagnosis and management of Crohn?s Disease -- 4. Capsule Endoscopy in the Evaluation of Crohn?s disease -- 5.Role of CTE/Enteroclysis in Crohn?s Disease -- 6. Ultrasonography in Crohn?s disease -- 7. CT and Magnetic Resonance enterography in Crohn?s disease -- 8. MR enteroclysis in Crohn?s disease -- 9. Radiological Assessment of Crohn?s Disease ? Current status and recent advances.- 10. Paediatric Crohn?s disease -- 11. Surgical management of Crohn?s disease -- 12. Overview of Medical management of Crohn?s disease.
  • 2014 Springer Protocols
    Fleury, Delphine; Whitford, Ryan.
    Defining a genetic ideotype for crop improvement / Richard M. Trethowan -- From genes to markers: exploiting gene sequence information to develop tools for plant breeding / Melissa Garcia and Diane E. Mather -- Temperature switch PCR (TSP): a gel-based molecular marker technique for investigating single nucleotide polymorphisms / Le Phuoc Thanh and Kelvin Khoo -- Multiplex-ready technology for mid-throughput genotyping of molecular markers / Julien Bonneau and Matthew Hayden -- Genotyping by high-resolution melting analysis / Elise J. Tucker and Bao Lam Huynh -- Bi-allelic SNP genotyping using the taqman(r) assay / John Woodward -- SNP genotyping: the KASP assay / Chunlin He, John Holme, and Jeffrey Anthony -- Rindsel: An R package for phenotypic and molecular selection indices used in plant breeding / Sergí́o Perez-Elizalde, Jesú́s J. Cerón-Rojas, José Crossa, Delphine Fleury, and Gregorio Alvarado -- OptiMAS: A decision support tool to conduct marker-assisted selection programs / Fabio Valente ...[et.al] -- Genomic selection in plant breeding / Mark A. Newell and Jean-Luc Jannink -- Simulated breeding with QU-GENE graphical user interface / Adrian Hathorn, Scott Chapman, and Mark Dieters -- The control of recombination in wheat by Ph1 and its use in breeding / Graham Moore -- TILLING for plant breeding / Peter Sharp and Chongmei Dong -- In vitro culture for doubled haploids: tools for molecular breeding / Sue Broughton, Parminder K. Sidhu, and Philip A. Davies -- Biolistic transformation of wheat with centrophenoxine as a synthetic auxin / Ainur Ismagul, Gulnur Iskakova, John C. Harris, and Serik Eliby -- Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of barley (Hordeum vulgare l.) / Ainur Ismagul, Iryna Mazonka, Corinne Callegari, and Serik Eliby -- qPCR for quantification of transgene expression and determination of transgene copy number / Stephen J. Fletcher -- High-throughput analysis pipeline for achieving simple low-copy wheat and barley transgenics / Nataliya Kovalchuk..
  • 2007 Springer
    Tang, Catherine So-kum; Wilson, John P.
  • 2008
    Colf, Leremy A.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2007 Springer
    Katsikis, Peter D.; Pulendran, B.; Schoenberger, Stephen P.
    Signal transduction in DC differentiation: winged messengers and Achilles' heel / Inna Lindner ... [et al.] -- Shaping naive and memory CD8+ T cell responses in pathogen infections through antigen presentation / Gabrielle T. Belz ... [et al.] -- Understanding the role of innate immunity in the mechanism of action of the live attenuated yellow fever vaccine 17D / Troy D. Querec and Bali Pulendran -- The function of local lymphoid tissues in pulmonary immune responses / Juan Moyron-Quiroz ... [et al.] -- The yin and yang of adaptive immunity in allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplantation: donor antigen-presenting cells can either augment or inhibit donor T cell alloreactivity / Jian-Ming Li and Edmund K. Waller -- It's only innate immunity but I like it / Emanuela Marcenaro ... [et al.] -- Innate tumor immune surveillance / Mark J. Smyth, Jeremy Swann, and Yoshihiro Hayakawa -- Regulation of adaptive immunity by cells of the innate immune system: bone marrow natural killer cells inhibit T cell proliferation / Prachi P. Trivedi ... [et al.] -- Induction and maintenance of CD8+ T cells specific for persistent viruses / Ester M.M. van Leeuwen, Ineke J.M. ten Berge, and René A.W. van Lier -- Germinal center-derived B cell memory / Craig P. Chappell and Joshy Jacob -- CD28 and CD27 costimulation of CD8+ T cells: a story of survival / Douglas V. Dolfi and Peter D. Katsikis -- CD38: an ecto-enzyme at the crossroads of innate and adaptive immune responses / Santiago Partida Sánchez ... [et al.] -- Vascular leukocytes: a population with angiogenic and immunosuppressive properties highly represented in ovarian cancer / George Coukos ... [et al.] -- CD4+ T cells cooperate with macrophages for specific elimination of MHC class II-negative cancer cells / Alexandre Corthay -- Receptors and pathways in innate antifungal immunity: the implication for tolerance and immunity to fungi / Teresa Zelante ... [et al.].
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2009 Springer
    Katsikis, Peter D.; Pulendran, B.; Schoenberger, Stephen P.
    Protective effects of type1 interferon in models of intestinal inflammation / Jongdae Lee ... [et al.] -- NK/DC complot / Emanuela Marcenaro ... [et al.] -- Detection of microbes by natural killer T cells / Yuki Kinjo, Mitchell Kronenberg -- Ontogeny of the secondary antibody response, origins and clonal diversity / Craig P. Chappell, Joseph Dauner, Joshy Jacob -- Role of PI3K signalling in the B cell response to antigen / Daniel J. Hodson, Martin Turner -- CD28, old dog, new tricks / Jayakumar R. Nair, Cheryl Rozanski, Kelvin P. Lee -- Initial TCR transgenic precursor frequency alters functional behaviour of CD8 T cells responding to acute infection / Thomas Wirth, John T. Harty -- Effects of cancer immunotherapy regimens on primary vs. secondary immune responses and the potential impact on long-term antitumor responses / Kory L. Alderson, William J. Murphy -- New insights into classical costimulation of CD8+ T cell responses / Christine M. Bucks, Peter D. Katsikis -- Peripheral tolerance induction by lymph node stroma / Erika D. Reynoso, Je-Wook Lee, Shannon J. Turley.
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • 2011 Springer
    Katsikis, Peter D.; Pulendran, B.; Schoenberger, Stephen P.
    Is transcription the dominant force during dynamic changes in gene expression? -- MicroRNAs: key components of immune regulation -- KIR/HLA: genetic clues for a role of NK cells in the control of HIV -- Natural killer cell licensing during viral infection -- Bridging innate NK cell functions with adaptive immunity -- Control of innate immunity by memory CD4 T cells -- Strategies and implications for prime-boost vaccination to generate memory CD8 T cells -- Blimp1: driving terminal differentiation to a T -- New role for myeloid HO-1 in the innate to adaptive crosstalk and immune homeostasis -- Impact of differential glycosylation on IgG activity -- Murine model of chronic respiratory inflammation -- Incorporation of innate immune effector mechanisms in the formulation of a vaccine against HIV-1 -- Influenza vaccines: what do we want and how can we get it?
  • 2013 Springer
    Katsikis, Peter D.; Pulendran, B.; Schoenberger, Stephen P.
    Also available: Print – 2013
  • 2015 Springer
    Katsikis, Peter D.; Pulendran, B.; Schoenberger, Stephen P.
    1. Type III interferons (IFNs): emerging master regulators of immunity -- 2. Stability of regulatory T cells undermined or endorsed by different type-1 cytokines -- 3. The role of Il-12 and type I interferon in governing the magnitude of CD8 T cell responses -- 4. Functional diversity of human dendritic cells -- 5. Selective dependence of kidney dendritic cells on CX₃CR1, implications for glomerulonephritis therapy -- 6. Mechanisms of memory T cell activation and effective immunity -- 7. Molecular programming of immunological memory in natural killer cells -- 8. Induction of immune tolerance to dietary antigens -- 9. The role of p110ð in the development and activation of B lymphocytes -- 10. Immune memory and exhaustion: clinically relevant lessons from the LCMV model -- Index.
    Also available: Print – 2015
  • 2015 Springer
    Elsayes, Khaled M.
    This book offers concise descriptions of cross-sectional imaging studies of the abdomen and pelvis, supplemented with over 1100 high-quality images and discussion of state-of-the-art techniques. It is based on the most common clinical cases encountered in daily practice and uses an algorithmic approach to help radiologists arrive first at a working differential diagnosis and then reach an accurate diagnosis based on imaging features, which incorporate clinical, laboratory, and other underlying contexts. The book is organized by anatomical organ of origin and each chapter provides a brief anatomical background of the organ under review; explores various cross-sectional imaging techniques and common pathologies; and presents practical algorithms based on frequently encountered imaging features. Special emphasis is placed on the role of computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). In addition to algorithmic coverage of many pathological entities in various abdominopelvic organs, unique topics are also examined, such as imaging of organ transplant (including kidney, liver and pancreas), evaluation of perianal fistula, and assessment of rectal carcinoma and prostate carcinoma by MRI. Cross-Sectional Imaging of the Abdomen and Pelvis: A Practical Algorithmic Approach is a unique and practical resource for radiologists, fellows, and residents.
  • 2013
    McGinnis, Lisa Michelle; Boxer, Linda M.; Giaccia, Amato J.; Kuo, Calvin Jay; Steinman, Lawrence.
    Vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) signaling plays key roles in vascular development and is a therapeutic target in the treatment of malignancies. By blocking VEGF from binding to the VEGF receptor in mice pharmacologically, we show that VEGF inhibition is associated with a decrease in serum glucose levels and a suppression of hepatic glucose production. In adult wild-type mice, chronic VEGF inhibition results in lower fasting and post-prandial glucose levels and enhanced glucose tolerance. Using a hyperinsulinemic euglycemic clamp study, we find that VEGF inhibition leads to suppression of hepatic glucose production via sensitization of hepatic insulin signaling. Furthermore, gene expression analysis of livers from VEGF-inhibitor treated mice shows decreased expression of the glucose-6-phosphatase catalytic subunit (G6pc) and phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase (Pepck), both enzymes involved in hepatic gluconeogenesis. We also observe an up-regulation of canonical HIF-2[alpha] target genes in livers from VEGF inhibited mice, and find that HIF-2[alpha] is required for VEGF-inhibitor mediated suppression of hepatic glucose production as mice genetically lacking hepatic Hif2[alpha] (Hif2[alpha]flox/flox Albumin Cre recombinase) do not have the enhanced glucose tolerance and hypoglycemia observed in wild-type mice. Furthermore, mice treated with an adenovirus expressing a constitutively active Hif-2[alpha] allele (Ad-Hif2[alpha]PN) results in a phenocopy of VEGF inhibitor treated mice, indicating that activation of HIF-2[alpha] mediated signaling is not only necessary but also sufficient for suppression of hepatic gluconeogenesis. Western blot analysis of liver extracts from VEGF inhibitor treated mice show increased levels of two key downstream mediators of insulin receptor signaling, insulin receptor substrate 2 (IRS-2) and phosphorylated-Akt (p-Akt) when compared with controls. In fact, Ad-Hif2[alpha]PN requires Irs-2 expression to sensitize insulin signaling in primary hepatocytes, since shRNA mediated depletion of IRS-2 reduces the expected phosphorylation of Akt in response to exogenous insulin stimulation. Furthermore, we show that Hif2[alpha]PN suppresses expression of Srepb-1c, a negative regulator of Irs-2, thereby increasing expression of Irs-2. To address whether modulation of HIF-2[alpha] activity by VEGF-inhibitors may be a potential therapeutic target in diabetes, we treated diabetic, insulin resistant db/db mice with VEGF inhibitors and find significant improvement in glucose tolerance, decreases in fasting as well as post-prandial glucose levels and correction of hyperinsulinemia in a Hif-2[alpha]-dependent manner. In summary, we present evidence of crosstalk between hypoxia and insulin signaling pathways via HIF-2[alpha] modulation and that stimulation of hepatic HIF-2[alpha] may be a therapeutic target for treating type II diabetes. A second focus of this thesis examines the role of HIF-2[alpha] in mediating the ability of VEGF inhibitors to increase hematocrit. We show that VEGF inhibitors increase hematocrit in both hepatic Hif-2[alpha]-independent and --dependent ways. VEGF inhibitors require hepatic Hif-2[alpha] to induce hepatic erythropoietin (EPO)-dependent erythrocytosis and polycythemia. Conditional inactivation of hepatic Hif-2[alpha] suppresses the ability of VEGF inhibitors to increase hepatic Epo expression, reticulocytosis and hematocrit. VEGF inhibitors also increase hematocrit through a contraction in blood plasma volume in an EPO- and Hif-2[alpha]-independent manner. This thesis demonstrates that hepatic HIF-2[alpha] has essential roles both in modulating carbohydrate metabolism and inducing expression of Epo. These activities can be manipulated by treatment with VEGF inhibitors.
  • 2008 IngentaConnect
    Davis, Gayle.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2013 ClinicalKey
    Movalia, Mayur.
    With its focused review of common cases, high-yield content, and test prep strategies, Dr. Mayur K. Movalia's new review book offers the most effective preparation available for this high-stakes exam. Zero in on the content you need to know, thanks to a concise, consistent presentation for each case that is updated to mirror the 2013 USMLET software. Find the information you need quickly with a detailed index that organizes cases by symptom, final diagnosis, and specialty. Get up-to-date management strategies for CCS cases, thanks to input from a Resident Review Board comprised of high-scoring individuals (90th percentile or more), who evaluated the book to ensure its relevance and accuracy. Use it in conjunction with Brochert's Crush Step 3: The Ultimate USMLE Step 3 Review, 4th Edition for a comprehensive and highly effective Step 3 review. Get a 24-hour free trial to the USMLE Consult Step 3 CCS Case Bank, with a discount towards its purchase! 100 CCS cases simulate the actual USMLE Step 3 CCS experience.
  • 2008 Thieme Book
    Tabár, László; Dean, Peter B.; Tot, Tibor.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2011 ScienceDirect
    2011 ClinicalKey
    Bredikis, Audrius; Wilber, David J.
    History of cardiac cryosurgery and cryoablation / Daniel L. Lustgarten -- Mechanisms of cryoablation / Kristi K. Snyder ... [et al.] -- Factors that determinine cryolesion formation and cryolesion characteristics / Audrius J. Bredikis and David J. Wilber -- Canine model of esophageal injury during atrial fibrillation ablation : comparison of cryothermal, radiofrequency, and ultrasound ablation injury / Hiroshi Nakagawa ... [et al.] -- Cryoablation effects on pulmonary veins in experimental settings / Mauricio Arruda ... [et al.] -- Cryoablation effects on coronary arteries and veins / Audrius J. Bredikis -- Medtronic cryocath technology / Jeffrey Silver ... [et al.] -- Boston scientific technology / Victoria Carr-Brendel and Joann Heberer -- Evolving concepts : near-critical cooling-based technologies / Peter J. Littrup and Alex Babkin -- Reversible effects of cryoablation and atrioventricular node modification / Frédéric Franceschi, Marc Dubuc, and Paul Khairy -- AVNRT cryoablation and comparison with RF ablation / Luc Jordaens ... [et al.] -- Cryoablation of septal accessory pathways / Felipe Atienza and Jesus Almendral -- Cryoablation of atrial flutter / Peter S. Andrew and Annibale S. Montenero -- Focal cryoablation of atrial fibrillation / Chung-Wah Siu and Hung-Fat Tse -- Balloon-based cryoablation of atrial fibrillation / Thomas Neumann and Malte Kuniss -- Cryocatheter ablation of ventricular tachycardia / Heinz T. Pitschner and Damir Erkapic -- Role of cryoablation for superior vena cava isolation and ablation of inappropriate sinus tachycardia / John Roshan ... [et al.] -- Cryoablation in pediatrics / Bryan Canon -- Endocardial cryoablation of atrial fibrillation / Fiorenzo Gaita ... [et al.] -- Cryosurgery for ventricular tachycardia / Jean-Marc Frapier ... [et al.].
  • 2005 Springer
    Ross, R. G.
  • 2010 ScienceDirect
    Jensen, Grant J.
    Historical perspective. 3D reconstruction from electron micrographs: a personal account of its development / David DeRosier -- Chapter 1. Preparation of 2D crystals of membrane proteins for high-resolution electron crystallography data collection / Priyanka D. Abeyrathne ... [et al.] -- Chapter 2. Helical crystallization of soluble and membrane binding proteins / Elizabeth M. Wilson-Kubalek, Joshua S. Chappie, Christopher P. Arthur -- Chapter 3. Plunge freezing for electron cryomicroscopy / Megan J. Dobro ... [et al.] -- Chapter 4. A Practical guide to the use of monolayer purification and affinity grids / Deborah F. Kelly, Danijela Dukovski, Thomas Walz -- Chapter 5. GraFix: stabilization of fragile macromolecular complexes for single particle cryo-EM / Holger Stark -- Chapter 6. Cryonegative staining of macromolecular assemblies / Sacha De Carlo, Holger Stark -- Chapter 7. Liposomes on a streptavidin crystal: a system to study membrane proteins by cryo-EM / Liguo Wang, Fred J. Sigworth -- Chapter 8. Micromanipulator-assisted vitreous cryosectioning and sample preparation by high-pressure freezing / Mark S. Ladinsky -- Chapter 9. Site-specific biomolecule labeling with gold clusters / Christopher J. Ackerson, Richard D. Powell, James F. Hainfeld -- Chapter 10. How to operate a cryo-electron microscope / Jingchuan Sun, Huilin Li -- Chapter 11. Collecting electron crystallographic data of two-dimensional protein crystals / Richard K. Hite ... [et al.] -- Chapter 12. Automated data collection for electron microscopic tomography / Shawn Q. Zheng, J.W. Sedat, D.A. Agard -- Chapter 13. Correlated light and electron cryo-microscopy / Ariane Briegel ... [et al.] -- Chapter 14. Phase plates for transmission electron microscopy / Radostin Danev, Kuniaki Nagayama -- Chapter 15. Radiation damage in electron cryomicroscopy / Lindsay A. Baker, John L.
    Also available: Print – 2010
  • 2010 ScienceDirect
    Jensen, Grant J.
    Chapter 1. Fundamentals of three-dimensional reconstruction from projections / Pawel A. Penczek -- Chapter 2. Image restoration in cryo-electron microscopy / Pawel A. Penczek -- Chapter 3. Resolution measures in molecular electron microscopy / Pawel A. Penczek -- Chapter 4. 3D reconstruction from 2D crystal image and diffraction data / Andreas D. Schenk ... [et al.] -- Chapter 5. Fourier-Bessel reconstruction of helical assemblies / Ruben Diaz, William J. Rice, David L. Stokes -- Chapter 6. Reconstruction of helical filaments and tubes / Edward H. Egelman -- Chapter 7. Three-dimensional asymmetric reconstruction of tailed bacteriophage / Jinghua Tang, Robert S. Sinkovits, Timothy S. Baker -- Chapter 8. Single particle analysis at high resolution / Yao Cong, Steven J. Ludtke -- Chapter 9. The Orthogonal tilt reconstruction method / Andres Leschziner -- Chapter 10. An Introduction to maximum-likelihood methods in cryo-EM / Fred J. Sigworth ... [et al.] -- Chapter 11. Classification of structural heterogeneity by maximum-likelihood methods / Sjors H.W. Scheres -- Chapter 12. Methods for three-dimensional reconstruction of heterogeneous assemblies / Elena V. Orlova, Helen R. Saibil -- Chapter 13. Alignment of cryo-electron tomography datasets / Fernando Amat ... [et al.] -- Chapter 14. Correcting for the Ewald sphere in high-resolution single-particle reconstructions / Peter A. Leong ... [et al.] -- Chapter 15. Software tools for molecular microscopy: an open-text wikibook / Neil R. Voss ... [et al.].
    Also available: Print – 2010
  • 2010 ScienceDirect
    Jensen, Grant J.
    Chapter 1. Analyses of subnanometer resolution cryo-EM density maps / Matthew L. Baker ... [et al.] -- Chapter 2. Methods for segmentation and interpretation of electron tomographic reconstructions / Niels Volkmann -- Chapter 3. Integration of cryo-EM with atomic and protein-protein interaction data / Friedrich Förster, Elizabeth Villa -- Chapter 4. Unified data resource for cryo-EM / Catherine L. Lawson -- Chapter 5. Electron crystallography and aquaporins / Andreas D. Schenk ... [et al.] -- Chapter 6. Cryoelectron microscopy applications in the study of tubulin structure, microtubule architecture, dynamics and assemblies, and interaction of microtubules with motors / Kenneth H. Downing, Eva Nogales -- Chapter 7. Helical crystallization of two example membrane proteins: MsbA and the Ca2+-ATPase / John Paul Glaves ... [et al.] -- Chapter 8. Multiparticle cryo-EM of ribosomes / Justus Loerke, Jan Giesebrecht, Christian M.T. Spahn -- Chapter 9. Single-particle electron microscopy of animal fatty acid synthase: describing macromolecular rearrangements that enable catalysis / Edward J. Brignole, Francisco Asturias -- Chapter 10. Tomography of actin cytoskeletal networks / Dorit Hanein -- Chapter 11. Visual proteomics / Friedrich Förster, Bong-Gyoon Han, Martin Beck -- Chapter 12. Cryoelectron tomography of eukaryotic cells / Asaf Mader, Nadav Elad, Ohad Medalia -- Chapter 13. 3D visualization of HIV virions by cryoelectron tomography / Jun Liu, Elizabeth R. Wright, Hanspeter Winkler -- Chapter 14. Automation in single-particle electron microscopy: connecting the pieces / Dmitry Lyumkis ... [et al.].
    Also available: Print – 2010
  • [2015?]
    McCarthy, Leo J.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    "Cryoprecipitate is still transfused although its genuine indications are specific and therefore, limited. Its accidental, yet fortuitous discovery by Dr. Judith Pool, and its clinical effectiveness subsequently established by Dr. Ed. Hershgold, enabled cryoprecipitate to quickly become the standard therapy for patients worldwide afflicted with hemophilia. However, its usage has declined since monoclonal factor VIII has emerged as the new standard of therapy primarily because of its lack of viral infectivity. Our expreience indicates it is frequently not transfused appropriately."--leaf 2.
  • 2007 Springer Protocols
    Day, John G.; Stacey, G.
  • 2015 Springer Protocols
    Oldenhof, Harriëtte; Wolkers, Willem F.
    This volume provides a variety of standard protocols used to cryopreserve or freeze-dry different types of specimens. In addition, it provides chapters focused on the fundamental principles of cryopreservation, vitrification, and freeze-drying. Several state of the art microscopic, spectroscopic as well as calorimetric methods are highlighted that can be used to study cellular and macromolecular changes in response to freezing or drying. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series format, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Authoritative and practical, Cryopreservation and Freeze-Drying Protocols, Third Edition serves as a practical guideline for studies on freezing and drying processes as well as preservation strategies for biological specimens.
  • 2015 Springer
    Pasquali, Paola.
    This book aims to fill the gap created by the lack of formal training in cryosurgery, which leads not only to an underutilization of the technique but also to inappropriate uses with unpleasant consequences for patients. The book covers all practical aspects of cryosurgery and also offers a theoretical foundation for practice. Basic principles, equipment, and techniques are described, and procedures are explained step by step for a range of applications, including common benign lesions, vascular lesions, premalignant conditions, and malignancies. An important feature is the coverage of the latest advances in combination treatments such as topical drugs and cryosurgery, ultrasound and cryosurgery, photography and cryosurgery, cryobiopsy, and immunocryosurgery. Use of cryosurgery as palliative treatment is also discussed, and the closing chapters consider postoperative care, complications, and future directions.
  • 2014 Springer
    Cacciò, Simone M.; Widmer, Giovanni.
    This new volume on Cryptosporidium and Cryptosporidiosis discusses all relevant aspects of the biology, molecular biology, host-parasite interaction, epidemiology as well as diagnosis and treatment of these widespread parasites. It represents a useful guide for physicians, microbiologists, veterinarians and water professionals seeking advanced knowledge and guidance about these important parasitic pathogens. A section on practical lab procedures discusses step-by-step guidelines for sample preparation and lab procedures. The new book may further serve as a reference work for graduate students in medical and veterinary microbiology.
  • 2008 CRCnetBASE
    Fayer, R.; Xiao, Lihua.
    General biology / Ronald Fayer -- Genomics / Jessica C. Kissinger -- Biochemistry / Guan Zhu -- Epidemiology / Gordon Nichols -- Molecular epidemiology / Lihua Xiao and Una M. Ryan -- Diagnostics / Huw Smith -- Immune responses / Vincent McDonald -- Clinical disease and pathology / Cirle Alcantara Warren and -- Richard l. Guerrant -- Prophylaxis and chemotherapy / Heather D. Stockdale, Jennifer A. Spencer, and Byron L. Blagburn -- Foodborne transmission / Ynes R. Ortega and Vitaliano A. Cama -- Waterborne: drinking water / Jennifer L. Clancy and Thomas M. Hargy -- Waterborne: recreational water / Michael Beach -- Waste management / Dwight D. Bowman -- Fish, amphibians and reptiles / Thaddeus Graczyk -- Birds / Una Ryan and Lihua Xiao -- Zoo and wild mammals / Olga Matos -- Companion animals / Mónica Santín and James M. Trout -- Livestock / Mónica Santín and James M. Trout -- Animal models / Saul Tzipori and Giovanni Widmer -- In vitro cultivation / Michael J. Arrowood.
  • 2006 ScienceDirect
    Rhodes, Gale.
    Model and molecule. -- An overview of protein crystallography. -- Protein crystals. -- Collecting diffraction data. -- From diffraction data to electron density. -- Obtaining phases. -- Obtaining and judging the molecular model. -- A user's guide to crystallographic models. -- Other diffraction methods. -- Other kinds of macromolecular models. -- Tools for studying macromolecules. -- Appendix: Viewing stereo images.
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • 1966.
    Gilland,Olof.
  • 2006
    Budd, Andy; Collison, Simon; Moll, Cameron.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2009 Ovid
    Rofsky, Neil M.; Rubin, Geoffrey D.
    Principles of computed tomographic angiography -- Principles of magnetic resonance angiography -- Conventional angiography in the noninvasive era -- Contrast medium administration in computed tomographic angiography -- Contrast medium administration in magnetic resonance angiography -- Postprocessing and data analysis -- Atherosclerosis : epidemiology and pathology -- Atherosclerosis : in vivo characterization -- Thromboembolism -- Vasculitides and connective tissue disorders -- Cerebral arteries and veins -- Cervical vasculature -- Quantifying coronary artery calcium -- Coronary arteries -- Thoracic vascular anomalies -- Pulmonary vasculature -- Thoracic aorta -- Abdominal aorta -- Mesenteric vasculature -- Renal vasculature -- Lower extremities vasculature -- Upper extremities vasculature -- Pediatric techniques and vascular anomalies -- Venous system.
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • 2009 Springer
    Mahnken, Andreas H.; Ricke, Jens.
  • 2013 Springer
    Mahnken, Andreas H.; Ricke, Jens; Wilhelm, Kai E.
    Interventional radiology is an indispensable and still expanding area of modern medicine that encompasses numerous diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Cross-sectional imaging modalities such as computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance (MR) have emerged as important techniques for non-vascular interventions, including percutaneous biopsy, drainage, ablation, and neurolysis. Various organs, diseases, and lesions can be approached in this way, permitting the treatment and management of tumors, fluid collections, and pain, the embolization of endoleaks, the provision of access to hollow organs, etc. Accordingly, interventional radiology is now an integral component of the interdisciplinary management of numerous disorders. The revised and significantly extended second edition of this volume covers a broad range of non-vascular interventions guided by CT or MR imaging. Indications, materials, techniques, and results are all carefully discussed. A particularly comprehensive section is devoted to interventional oncology as the most rapidly growing branch of interventional radiology. In addition, detailed information is provided that will assist in establishing and developing an interventional service. This richly illustrated book will be a most valuable source of information and guidance for all radiologists who deal with non-vascular procedures.
  • 2007 Ovid
    Mortele, Koenraad J.; Ros, Pablo R.
    Liver and biliary system -- Pancreas -- Gastrointestinal tract -- Spleen -- Mesentery, omentum, and peritoneum -- Kidneys, ureter, and bladder -- Pelvis -- Retroperitoneum and adrenal glands -- Abdominal wall.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2014 Ovid
    Mortele, Koenraad J.; Ros, Pablo R.
    "Now in its Third Edition, this trusted and practical volume in LWW's Teaching File Series offers residents and practicing radiologists a unique opportunity to study alongside the experts in their field. For the first time, CT and MRI of the Abdomen and Pelvis is a hybrid publication, with a new paperback format and accompanying web content that includes a wealth of case studies users can access from their laptop, tablet, or mobile device. The book is useful both as a quick consult or study aid for anyone preparing for Board examinations in Radiology and other specialties where knowledge of CT and MRI of the abdomen and pelvis are required. This skill-builder delivers ... 416 structured case studies based on actual patients--each providing a brief patient history, as many as four CT/MR images, a short description of the findings, differential diagnosis, final diagnosis, and a discussion of the case. Detailed imaging of all areas of the abdomen and pelvis including the liver and biliary system, pancreas, GI tract, spleen, mesentery/omentum/peritoneum, kidney and urinary system retroperitoneum and adrenal glands and abdominal wall--helps readers understand relevant anatomy and identify pathologies. NEW to third Edition ... Hybrid format includes print and online components. 30% new cases address new challenges and provide timely information. Accompanying web site delivers access to all cases in the book, plus several hundred supplemental, "bonus" cases!"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2009 ClinicalKey
    Haaga, John R.
    Also available: Print – v. 1-2, 2009.
  • 2013 Springer
    Mazur, Wojciech; Miszalski-Jamka, Tomasz; Pelberg, Robert; Siegel, Marilyn J.
    Part I. Cardiac embryology and the normal heart -- Cardiac embryology -- The normal heart -- Normal anatomic variants and imaging artifacts mimicking pathology -- Part II. Basic nomenclature and approach to evaluating congenital heart disease imaging -- Basic nomenclature in adult congenital heart disease -- Segmental, sequential approach to CT interpretation in adult congenital heart disease -- Part III. CT imaging techniques in adult congenital heart disease -- Part IV. Congenital dysplasias and cardiomyopathies -- Arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia -- Uhl anomaly -- Left ventricular noncompaction (LVNC) -- Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy -- Part V. Anomalies with normal chamber and valve sequence and position -- Septal defects -- Atrioventricular valve abnormalities -- Left venntricular outflow tract abnormalities -- Right ventricular outflow tract obstruction -- Arterial anomalies -- Coronaryu artery anomalies -- Congenital venous anomalies -- Part VI. Anomalies with abnormal chamber sequence or relationship -- Abnormal relationship between the atria and ventricles -- Abnormal relationship between ventricles and great vessels -- Heterotaxy syndrome -- Part VII. Palliative and corrective procedures in adult congenital heart disease -- Percutaneous closures -- Aortopulmonary shunts: Blalock-Taussig, Potts, Waterston -- Atrial baffles for the treatment of transposition of the great artaeries (Mustard, Senning) -- Arterial switch operation for transposition of the great arteries -- Systemic vein to pulmonary artery shunts: Glenn, Fontan, and Kawashima procedures -- Rastelli procedure -- Damus-Kaye-Stansel procedure -- Double-switch procedure -- Ross procedure -- Norwood procedures and Sano modification -- Aortic coarctation repairs -- Part VIII. Congenital pericardial abnormmalites -- Congenital absence of the pericardium.
  • 2010 ClinicalKey
    Pickhardt, Perry J.; Kim, David H.
    In CT Colonography, Perry Pickhardt and David Kim present techniques for quicker evaluation and diagnosis of colon cancer through the pioneering, specialty-changing imaging technique of virtual colonoscopy (VC). This combination of sophisticated X-rays and CT scans of the abdomen offers patients an alternative to colonoscopy that is cost effective and reduces the need for unnecessary polyp removal. Abundantly illustrated in full color, this pioneering book describes CT colonography from pathogenesis, staging and treatment through indications, technique, and interpretation for the most common pathologies. Covers principles, techniques, and interpretations for the most common pathologies in a logical, practical organization. Presents tips from the authors on setting up a VC practice to provide a personal, instructive guide. Provides over 1000 full-color, high-resolution anatomic images throughout for the clearest, most accurate picture of colorectal cancer, its natural history, and its diagnosis by VC. Focuses on images, with the text serving as context for the proper use and understanding of VC.
  • 2013 Springer
    Bartolozzi, C.; Faggioni, Lorenzo; Neri, E.
    Normal colon -- Anatomical variants: positional anomalies of colon -- Pitfalls in imaging -- Diverticular disease -- Lipomatous lesions of the colon -- Inflammatory bowel disease -- Polyps: pedunculated -- Sessile polyps -- Flat lesion -- Colon cancer -- Rectal cancer -- The ileocecal valve -- Operated large bowel.
  • 2009 Springer
    Pavone, Paolo; Dowe, David A.; Fioranelli, Massimo.
  • 2014 Springer
    Schoepf, U. J.
    Structure: Coronary CT angiography {u2013} State of the Art -- Function: CT Assessment of global and regional cardiac function {u2013} State of the Art -- Perfusion: Why are we interested in myocardial perfusion -- CT evaluation of the myocardial blood supply: Technical options -- CT evaluation of the myocardial blood supply {u2013} Single-source, single-energy CT -- CT evaluation of the myocardial blood supply: Ultra-low radiation dose CT techniques -- CT evaluation of the myocardial blood supply: Dual-source dual-energy CT -- CT evaluation of the myocardial blood supply: Fast kV-switching dual-energy CT -- Dynamic, time-resolved CT imaging of myocardial perfusion: Dual-source CT -- Dynamic, time-resolved CT imaging of myocardial perfusion: 256-slice CT -- Dynamic, time-resolved CT imaging of myocardial perfusion: 320-slice CT -- CT assessment of the myocardial blood supply: Quantitative imaging -- Viability: Why are we interested in myocardial viability -- CT approaches for the assessment of myocardial viability -- CT imaging of myocardial viability: experimental and clinical evidence -- CT assessment of myocardial viability: Quantitative imaging -- Clinical Implementation: CT myocardial perfusion imaging: Clinical implementation -- Integrative imaging of coronary heart disease: Future perspectives -- Protocol recommendations.
  • 2011 Springer
    Baert, A. L.; Taourel, P.
  • 2008 Springer
    Boiselle, Phillip M.; Lynch, David A.
  • 2005 Springer
    Schoepf, U. J.
    CT of the heart: past, present, and future / William Stanford -- Electron beam CT of the heart / David G. Hill -- Scan techniques for cardiac and coronary artery imaging with multislice CT / Bernd M. Ohnesorge, Brian R. Westerman and U. Joseph Schoepf -- Image reconstruction for ECG-triggered and ECG-gated multi-slice CT / Thomas Flohr and Tinsu Pan -- Phase-correlated image reconstruction without ECG / Marc Kachelriess and Willi A. Kalender -- Radiation dose from CT of the heart / Cynthia H. McCollough -- Coronary calcium screening: an epidemiologic perspective / Christopher J. O'Donnell and Udo Hoffmann -- Coronary calcium scanning: why we should perform it / Axel Schmermund, Stefan Möhlenkamp and Raimund Erbel -- Detection and quantification of coronary calcium with electron beam CT -- Axel Schmermund, Stefan Möhlenkamp and Raimund Erbel -- Detection and quantification of coronary calcium with dual slice CT / Joseph Shemesh -- Detection and quantification of calcified coronary plaque with multidetector-row CT / J. Jeffrey Carr -- Coronary calcium scoring with multidetector-row CT: rationale and scoring techniques / Roman Fischbach and David Maintz -- Noninvasive quantification of coronary calcium: quantification methods, scanner types, scan protocols, accuracy, and reproducibility / Stefan Ulzheimer, Kaiss Shanneik and Willi A. Kalender -- CT of the pericardium / Reinhard Groell -- Multidetector-row CT for assessment of cardiac valves / Jürgen K. Willmann and Dominik Weishaupt -- Multislice CT of the heart and great vessels in congenital heart disease patients / Jean-François Paul -- Imaging of cardiac and paracardiac masses and pseudotumors / Bernd J. Wintersperger -- Multidetector-row CT assessment of left-ventricular function / Kai Uwe Juergens and Roman Fischbach -- Imaging intramyocardial microcirculatory function using fast computed tomography / Stefan Möhlenkamp ... [et al.] -- Approaches for assessing myocardial viability with multidetector-row CT / Yasushi Koyama and Teruhito Mochizuki -- Anatomy of the coronary arteries and veins in CT imaging / Robert J.M. van Geuns and Filipo Cademartiri -- Techniques and protocols for acquisition and display of contrast-enhanced CT coronary angiography / Christoph R. Becker -- Contrast material injection techniques for CT angiography of the coronary arteries / Filippo Cademartiri and Koen Nieman -- Visualization techniques for contrast-enhanced CT angiography of coronary arteries / Jean-Louis Sablayrolles and Pascal Giat -- CT angiography for assessment of coronary artery anomalies / Steffen C. Froehner ... [et al.] -- Multidetector-row CT for assessment of Kawasaki's disease / Toru Sakuma and Kunihiko Fukuda -- Multidectector-row CT of the coronary arteries for planning of minimally invasive bypass surgery / Christopher Herzog, Selami Dogan and Thomas J. Vogl -- CT angiography for assessment of coronary bypass grafts / Marcello De Santis -- Contrast-enhanced electron beam CT and multidetector-row CT in the evaluation of coronary stent patency / Heiko Pump ... [et al.] -- CT angiography for the detection of coronary artery stenosis / Koen Nieman and Filippo Cademartiri -- Complementary use of coronary calcium scoring and CT angiography / Alexander W. Leber -- CT vs magnetic resonance for imaging of the coronary arteries / Armin Huber -- Pathology and pathophysiology of coronary atherosclerotic plaques / Renu Virmani ... [et al.] -- Pathogenesis of the vulnerable atherosclerotic plaque / Masanori Aikawa -- Multidetector-row CT imaging of clinical and preclinical coronary atherosclerosis / Christoph R. Becker -- Multidetector-row CT vs intravascular ultrasound for coronary plaque characterization / Axel Kuettner -- Multidetector-Row CT vs magnetic resonance imaging for coronary plaque characterization / Konstantin Nikolaou, Christoph R. Becker, and Zahi Fayad -- Multidetector-row CT for detection of noncalcified and calcified coronary lesions: clinical significance / Stephen Schroeder.
  • 2014 Springer
    Ascenti, Giorgio; Catalano, C.; Nelson, Rendon C.; Vanzulli, Angelo.
    This book provides a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of the continuously evolving field of dual-energy CT (DECT). An introductory section presents information on the physical and technical background of DECT and considers nonspecific and specific software advantages. Clinical applications of DECT in the evaluation of retroperitoneal viscera are then addressed in detail with the help of high-quality illustrations. Particular attention is devoted to the most recent DECT study protocols, software, and applications in aortic, renal, pancreatic, and adrenal disease. A number of case studies are reported that elucidate the advantages of DECT, and the relevant literature is extensively discussed. The book closes by considering radiation dose and dose-saving measures. The simple and practical approach offered by this book will assist radiologists in the optimal routine use and interpretation of DECT in different retroperitoneal sites and radiology technologists in the choice of settings and parameters.
  • 2007
    Hofer, Matthias.
  • 2007 Ovid
    Cohan, Richard H.; Silverman, Stuart G.
  • 2014 Springer
    Carrascosa, Patricia.
    This book provides a comprehensive review of CT Virtual Hysterosalpingography, a new non-invasive diagnostic technique that allows the evaluation of the entire gynecologic tract in a single study, by combining the benefits of hysterosalpingography (HSG) with multidetector Computed Tomography (CT). The addition of 64-row CT scanners with HSG has significantly improved visualization and assessment of the uterine cavity and fallopian tubes, and allows for the diagnosis of polyps, myomas, uterine anomalies and tubal pathology with a high degree of accuracy. CT Virtual Hysterosalpingography is written and edited by the leaders in the field and covers all aspects of the technique, from its origin and technical principles through to descriptions of the normal anatomy and most common pathologies. This will be an essential text for Gynecologists, Infertility Specialists, Radiologists and Reproductive Endocrinologists who would want to learn about this technique and how it can be implemented in their practice.
  • 2013 NAP
    Leshner, Alan I.; Liverman, Catharyn T.; Schultz, Andrea M.; Terry, Sharon.
    This report provides the IOM committee's findings and recommendations regarding the progress and potential of NIH's CTSA Program. The report covers the breadth of the statement of task and highlights opportunities to bolster the program and ensure its continued success and sustainability in supporting clinical and translational researchers and serving the needs of the communities CTSAs are linked to and in which they reside. Chapter 2 discusses the ecosystem in which NCATS and the CTSA Program operate and provides the committee's vision for the next phase of the CTSA Program. Chapter 3 emphasizes the need for strong and active leadership by NCATS in establishing a clear vision and mission for the program along with measurable goals; supporting individual CTSAs; partnering and collaborating within the NIH and with external partners; and evaluating and communicating the program's value. Chapter 4 highlights specific opportunities and priorities in the areas of training and education, community engagement, and research related to child health. On the basis of discussions, conclusions, and recommendations outlined in the preceding chapters, in Chapter 5 the report concludes with next steps and potential future directions.
  • 1943.
    Cohen, Ramón Rafael E.
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  • 2015 Wiley
    Rathod, Shanaya; Kingdon, David G.; Phiri, Peter; Pinninti, Narsimha; Turkington, Douglas.
    "This book is designed to enable CBT clinicians to engage people from diverse cultural backgrounds by adapting their therapeutic techniques, resulting in increased therapist confidence and much improved patient outcomes"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2008 Springer
    Tseng, Wen-Shing; Streltzer, Jon.
  • 2009 ScienceDirect
    Chiao, Juan Y.
  • 2013 Karger
    Alarcón, Renato D.
    "Cultural Psychiatry with emphasis on its impact on etio-pathogenesis, diagnosis, clinical practice, preventive and research activities are topics discussed in this publication which give readers a general conceptual perspective of this field. Cultural aspects of psychiatric diagnosis in DSM-5 in particular and the current status of Cultural Psychiatry in European countries are discussed. Of unique importance to the field of psychosomatics are the reviews on so-called culture-bound syndromes and somatization and culture. Ethnopsychopharmacology, pharmacogenomics, current and future research perspectives in Cultural Psychiatry and bioethical dimensions of cultural psychosomatics are also reviewed. The volume closes with an epilogue and conclusions resulting from the examined topics. Psychiatrists, psychologists, social scientists and other mental health professionals involved in clinical practice and research groups as well as trainees and students will find that this publication provides a cogent perspective of current practice and research issues about a field that has enormous clinical relevance and which, until recently, has been systematically neglected"--Back cover.
  • 2007 Internet Archive
    Jones, Laura.
    Setting and land use history -- Archaeological resources in the project area -- Potential historic resources within the project boundary -- Historical context for medical building evaluation: the evolution of modern medical facility design in the twentieth century -- Pre-World War II medical facilities -- World War II era medical facilities -- Post World War II medical facilities -- Evaluation of Pre World War II medical facilities in the project area -- Evaluation of post World War II medical facilities in the project area -- Summary of potential cultural resources in the project area.
  • 2010
    Savani, Krishna Mukundrai; Dweck, Carol S.; Lepper, Mark R.; Markus, Hazel; Walton, Gregory M.
    Choice is one of the most important categories of actions, both in American society in general and in the specific fields of psychology and economics. Extensive research over the past century has examined how people make choices, but the question of whether and when an action counts as a choice remains unstudied. While most scientists assume that whether an action counts as a choice is based upon the objective availability of multiple options, the present research tests whether what counts as a choice is also a matter of construal, a construal that is shaped by cultural models of agency. Studies 1 to 6 find that people in U.S. American contexts, where the disjoint model of agency is prevalent, are more likely than those in Indian contexts, where the conjoint model of agency is prevalent, to construe behaviors as choices. In Study 1, Americans reported making significantly more choices during the day than did Indians. In Studies 2 and 3, after the experimenter subtly induced participants to engage in the same series of behaviors, Americans were again more likely than Indians to construe their actions as choices. In Study 4, while watching a video of an actor spending time in his apartment, Americans identified the actor as making significantly more choices than did Indians. In Studies 5a and 5b, Americans were even more likely and Indians were even less likely to construe more important real life decisions as choices. In Study 6, Indians also showed a greater tendency to construe actions as choices when these actions involved responding to other people than when they did not, but Americans were equally likely to construe personal and interpersonal actions as choices. These findings show that whether people construe actions as choices is significantly shaped by sociocultural systems of meanings and practices. Studies 7 to 12 examined some of the positive and negative consequences of construing actions as choices in American contexts. Based upon the idea that choice and control are key components of the disjoint model of agency, these studies tested whether inducing Americans to construe actions as choices makes them more likely to make personal, interpersonal, and societal decisions under the assumption of personal control. Studies 7 and 8 found that inducing Americans to construe another person's actions as choices led them to make more risk-seeking and ambiguity-seeking decisions, which have been associated in previous research with increased perceived control. Studies 9 and 10 found that inducing Americans to construe another person's actions as choices led them to blame victims of negative life outcomes for making bad choices, reflecting the assumption that people have control over their actions and outcomes. Finally, Studies 11 and 12 found that inducing Americans to construe another person's actions as choices led them to oppose social policies benefiting society at the cost of individual liberty, but to support social policies enhancing individual freedom. Together, these studies document that whether an action counts as a choice is a matter of construal to a significant extent, and whether people construe actions as choices has profound psychological consequences, both positive and negative. The findings suggest that the existing societal trend of framing more and more issues as matters of choice is unlikely to have universally positive consequences, and might also have a variety of unanticipated negative consequences.
  • 2014 Springer
    Bruhn, John G.
    1. The border region: its culture and health disparities -- 2. Understanding health disparities -- 3. A critique of U.S.-Mexico Border health interventions -- 4. Ethical issues in health interventions across contexts and cultures -- Index.
  • 2011 Springer
    Han, Shihui; Pöppel, Ernst.
    Cultural neuroscience combines brain imaging techniques such as functional magnetic resonance imaging and event-related brain potentials with methods of social and cultural psychology to investigate whether and how cultures influence the neural mechanisms of perception, attention, emotion, social cognition, and other human cognitive processes. The findings of cultural neuroscience studies improve our understanding of the relation between human brain function and sociocultural contexts and help to reframe the 'big question' of nature versus nurture.blications and an overview on his outstanding life.
  • 2009 Springer
    Diener, Ed.
    Introduction : culture and well-being works by Ed Diener / Ed Diener -- Culture and subjective well-being / William Tov and Ed Diener -- Factors predicting the subjective well-being of nations / Ed Diener, Marissa Diener and Carol Diener -- Cross-cultural correlates of life satisfaction and self-esteem / Ed Diener and Marissa Diener -- Goals, culture and subjective well-being / Shigehiro Oishi and Ed Diener -- Cross-cultural variations in predictors of life satisfaction : perspectives from needs and values / Shigehiro Oishi, Ed Diener, Richard E. Lucas and Eunkook M. Suh -- From culture to priming conditions : self-construal infulences on life satisfaction judgments / Eunkook M. Suh, Ed Diener and John A. Updegraff -- The dynamics of daily events and being well across cultures : when less is more / Shigehiro Oishi, Ed Diener, Dong-Won Choi, Chu Kim-Prieto and Incheol Choi -- Norms for experiencing emotions in different cultures : inter- and intranational differences / Michael Eid and Ed Diener -- Emotions across cultures and methods / Christie Napa Scollon, Ed Diener, Shigehiro Ioshi and Robert Biswas-Diener -- Positivity and the contruction of life satisfaction judgments : global happiness is not the sum of its parts / Ed Diener, Christie Napa Scollon, Shigehiro Oishi, Vivian Dzokoto and Eunkook M. Suh -- Most people are pretty happy, but there is cultural variation : the Inughuit, the Amish and the Maasai / Robert Biswas-Diener, Joar Vittersø and Ed Dierner -- Making the best of a bad situation : satisfaction in the slums of Calcutta / Robert Biswas-Diener and Ed Diener -- Conclusion : what we have learned and where we go next / Ed Diener.
  • 2006
    Leininger, Madeleine M.; McFarland, Marilyn R.
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    Culture care diversity and universality theory and evolution of the ethnonursing method / Madeleine M. Leininger -- Ethnonursing research method and enablers / Madeleine M. Leininger -- Globalization of transcultural nursing theory and research / Margaret Andrews -- Culture care of the Gadsup Akuna of the eastern highlands of New Guinea: first transcultural nursing study / Madeleine M. Leininger -- Clinical nursing aspects discovered with the culture care theory / Debra A. Curren -- Culture care of German American elders in a nursing home context / Madeleine M.. Mcfarland and Norma Zehnder -- Culture care of the Potawatomi Native Americans who experienced family violence / Linda S. Farrell -- Use of the culture care theory and as a framework for the recruitment, engagement, and retention of culturally diverse nursing students in a traditionally European American baccalaureate nursing program / Marilyn S. McFarland ... [et al.] -- Culture care theory with southern Sudanese of Africa / Madeleine M. Leininger -- Selected culture care findings of diverse cultures using culture care theory and ethnomethods / Madeleine M. Leininger -- Generic care of Lebanese Muslim women in the midwestern USA / Hiba Wehbeh-Alamah -- Culture care and health of Russian and Vietnamese refugee communities in the United States / Anna Frances Z. Wenger -- Application of the culture care theory for clinical nurse administrators and managers / Ann O. Hubbert -- Culture care theory and uses in nursing administration / Madeleine M. Leininger -- Synopses of classic research studies on Philippine and U.S. nurses and the culture care of dying patients in hospital and hospice / Madeleine M. Leininger -- Envisioning the future of culture care theory and the ethnonursing method / Madeleine M. Leininger.
  • 2007
    Helman, Cecil.
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  • 2012 Springer
    Ehrlich, Garth D.
    During the recent transition between acute diseases caused by swarms of single planktonic bacteria, and chronic infections caused by bacteria growing in slime-enclosed biofilms, a general clinical consensus has emerged that pathologies with bacterial etiologies are frequently culture negative. Because biofilm infections now affect 17 million Americans per year (killing approximately 450,000), the suggestion that these common and lethal infections regularly go unnoticed by the only FDA-approved method for their detection and characterization is a matter of urgent concern. Biologically, we would expect that planktonic bacterial cells would colonize any new surface, including the surface of an agar plate, while the specialized sessile cells of a biofilm community would have no such proclivity. In the study of biofilm diseases ranging from otitis media to prostatitis, it was found that direct microscopy and DNA- and RNA-based molecular methods regularly document the presence of living bacteria in tissues and samples that are culture negative. The editors selected orthopedic biofilm infections as the subject of this book because these infections occur against a background of microbiological sterility in which modern molecular methods would be expected to find bacterial DNA, RNA-based microscopic methods would be expected to locate bacterial cells, and cultures would be negative. Moreover, in Orthopedics we find an already biofilm-adapted surgical group in which current strategies are based on the meticulous removal of compromised tissues, antibiotic options as based on high biofilm-killing local doses, and there are practical bedside strategies for dealing with biofilm infections. So here is where the new paradigm of biofilm infection meets the equally new paradigm of the culture negativity of biofilms, and this volume presents a conceptual synthesis that may soon combine the most effective molecular methods for the detection and identification of bacteria with a surgical discipline that is ready to help patients.
  • Freshney, R. Ian; Vunjak-Novakovic, Gordana.
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    Cummings, Charles W.; Flint, Paul W.
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    Cummings, Charles W.; Flint, Paul W.; Haughey, Bruce H.; Lesperance, Marci M.; Lund, Valerie J.; Niparko, John K.; Robbins, K. Thomas; Thomas, J. Regan.
  • 2015 ClinicalKey
    Cummings, Charles W.; Flint, Paul W.; Lesperance, Marci M.
    Cummings Pediatric Otolaryngology is your indispensable source for definitive, state-of-the-art answers on every aspect of treating children with otorhinolaryngologic disorders. With a focus on the simple problems in children with comorbidities as well as complex clinical problems in healthy and complex children, this derivative title of Cummings Otolaryngology provides the essential information needed for practicing otolaryngologists to stay up-to-date on these evolving areas.
  • 2006
    Jennings, Eric Thomas.
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    Acclimatization, climatology, and the possibility of empire -- Colonial hydrotherapy -- Highland hydrotherapy in Guadeloupe -- The spas of Réunion Island: antechambers to the tropics -- Leisure and power at the spa of Antsirabe, Madagascar -- Korbous, Tunisia: negating the hammam -- Vichy: taking the waters back home.
  • 2011 Future Med
    Kaufmann, S. H. E.
    A concise guide to TB control / Stefan HE Kaufmann -- Unmet medical needs for diagnostics, drugs and vaccines / Syed Huq & Peter D.O. Davies -- TB diagnostics : current pipeline, new developments and unmet needs / Madhukar Pai, Samuel G. Schumacher, Hojoon Sohn & Claudia M. Denkinger -- Antituberculosis therapy and current global guidelines / Giovanni Battista Migliori, Giovanni Sotgiu, Rosella Centis, Malgorzata Grzemska, Dennis Falzon, Haileyesus Getahun & Mario C. Raviglione -- New therapeutics in development and future directions / Anna Upton & Zhenkun Ma -- New vaccines in development and future direction / Helen McShane & Rosalind Rowland.
  • 2013 Future Med
    Jagannath, Sundar; Raje, Noopur.
    Current and emerging therapeutics for multiple myeloma / Noopur Raje & Sundar Jagannath -- Current standard treatment of myeloma / Ray Powles & Arif Meghani -- Stem cell transplantation / Hermann Einsele -- New immune modulators / Loredana Santo & Noopur Raje -- Histone deacetylase inhibitors / Maurizio Zangari, Tamara Berno & Fenghuang Zhan -- Targeted treatment of multiple myeloma : proteasome inhibitors / Kristen M. Sanfilippo & Ravi Vij -- AKT inhibitors in multiple myeloma / R. Donald Harvey & Sagar Lonial -- Future directions / Klaus Podar -- Index.
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    Irby, William B.
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  • 2014 Springer
    Kleinerman, Eugenie.
    "Current Advances in Osteosarcoma summarizes molecular and genetic characteristics, new therapeutic ideas, and biological characteristics that have been uncovered in this field over the past 10 years. Osteosarcoma is an aggressive malignant neoplasm and is the most common histological form of bone cancer. Osteosarcoma accounts for approximately 56% of new bone tumors, making it the most primary malignant bone tumor in children and adolescents. The lungs are the most common site of metastases and once osteosarcoma spreads to the lungs, it is very difficult to treat. In order to improve the outcome of this disease, the biology of osteosarcoma needs to be better understood. There are numerous investigators around the world who have made seminal discoveries about the important molecular pathways and genetic alterations that contribute to the development and metastases of osteosarcoma. Other investigators have proposed novel therapeutic strategies including some based on the molecular and genetic phenotype of the disease. This volume will provide a comprehensive review of these new discoveries in one singular text, which will help move the field forward."
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  • 2011 Future Med
    Cicardi, Mario.
    Hereditary angioedema in 2011 / Marco Cicardi -- Hereditary angioedema : diagnosis and pathogenic mechanisms / Allen P. Kaplan -- Current options for the acute treatment and prophylaxis of hereditary angioedema / Laraib Tabba & Timothy J. Craig -- Novel C1 inhibitors for hereditary angioedema / Henriette Farkas & Lilian Varga -- New drug targets and future direction : ecallantide / Jonathan A. Bernstein -- New drug targets and future direction : icatibant / Konrad Bork -- Index.
  • 2015 ScienceDirect
    Sails, Andrew; Tang, Yi-Wei.
    Chapter 1. Total laboratory automation in clinical bacteriology -- Chapter 2. MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry for microorganism identification -- Chapter 3. POC tests in microbial diagnostics: current status -- Chapter 4. Molecular diagnostics in the diagnosis of parasitic infection -- Chapter 5. Clinical applications of quantitative real-time PCR in virology -- Chapter 6. Low-density TaqMan® array cards for the detection of pathogens -- Chapter 7. Invasive fungal infections and approaches to their diagnosis -- Chapter 8. Technical and software advances in bacterial pathogen typing -- Chapter 9. Molecular strain typing and characterisation of toxigenic Clostridium difficile -- Chapter 10. Accurate whole-genome sequencing-based epidemiological surveillance of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis -- Chapter 11. Solid and suspension microarrays for microbial diagnostics -- Chapter 12. Gene amplification and sequencing for bacterial identification -- Chapter 13. Host-based diagnostics for detection and prognosis of infectious diseases -- Chapter 14. MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry in the clinical microbiology laboratory: beyond identification -- Chapter 15. Next-generation sequencing for pathogen detection and identification -- Chapter 16. Virology: the next generation from digital PCR to single virion genomics -- Chapter 17. Artificial nucleic acid probes and their applications in clinical microbiology -- Index.
  • 2012 Karger
    Kim, Dong Gyu; Lunsford, L. Dade.
    Understanding brain metastasis -- Historical background -- Epidemiology of central nervous system metastases -- Histopathology of brain metastases after radiosurgery -- Radiobiological principles: their application to gamma knife therapy -- General management -- Imaging diagnosis of brain metastasis -- Surgical treatment of solitary brain metastases -- Whole-brain radiation therapy of brain metastasis -- Advances in radiation therapy of brain metastasis -- Role of chemotherapy on brain metastasis -- Radiosurgery for brain metastases -- Stereotactic radiosurgery for patients with metastatic brain tumors: development of a consensus radiosurgery guideline recommendation -- Radiosurgery -- Radiosurgical dose selection for brain metastasis -- Treatment of brain metastasis from lung cancer -- Gamma knife radiosurgery of brain metastasis from breast cancer -- Brain metastasis from renal cell carcinoma -- Stereotactic radiosurgery of brain metastasis from melanoma -- Gamma knife radiosurgery of other brain metastases -- Cyberknife radiosurgery for brain metastases -- Management of adverse radiation effects after radiosurgery -- Radiosurgery after craniotomy -- Combined role of whole-brain radiation therapy and radiosurgery for the treatment of brain metastasis -- Modern radiosurgery equipment for treating brain metastases -- Difficult cases -- Stereotactic radiosurgery for large brain metastases -- How many metastases can be treated with radiosurgery? -- Management of recurrent brain metastasis after radiosurgery -- Future perspectives of brain metastasis treatment -- Future perspectives of brain metastasis management.
  • 2014 Springer
    DiLorenzo, Nicolas; Lamb, G. Cliff.
    This book addresses the impacts of current and future reproductive technologies on our world food production and provides a significant contribution to the importance of research in the area of reproductive physiology that has never been compiled before. It would provide a unique opportunity to separate the impacts of how reproductive technologies have affected different species and their contributions to food production. Lastly, no publication has been compiled that demonstrates the relationship between developments in reproductive management tools and food production that may be used a reference for scientists in addressing future research areas. During the past 50 years assisted reproductive technologies have been developed and refined to increase the number and quality of offspring from genetically superior farm animal livestock species. Artificial insemination (AI), estrous synchronization and fixed-time AI, semen and embryo cryopreservation, multiple ovulation and embryo transfer (MOET), in vitro fertilization, sex determination of sperm or embryos, and nuclear transfer are technologies that are used to enhance the production efficiency of livestock species.
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  • 2012 Springer
    Geyer, Mark A.; Gross, Gerhard.
    "Six decades after the serendipitous discovery of chlorpromazine as an antipsychotic and four decades after the launch of clozapine, the first atypical or second generation antipsychotic, psychopharmacology has arrived at an important crossroad. It is clear that pharmacological research and pharmaceutical development must now focus on complementary or even alternative mechanisms of action to address unmet medical needs, i.e. poorly treated domains of schizophrenia, improved acceptance by patients, better adherence to medication, safety in psychoses in demented patients, and avoiding cardiac and metabolic adverse effects. The first completely novel mechanisms evolving from our insights into the pathophysiology of psychotic disorders, especially the role of glutamatergic mechanisms in schizophrenia, are now under development, and further principles are on the horizon. This situation, in many respects similar to that when the initial second-generation antipsychotics became available, can be rewarding for all. Preclinical and clinical researchers now have the opportunity to confirm their hypotheses and the pharmaceutical industry may be able to develop really novel classes of therapeutics...Our intention was to capture both the accumulated preclinical and clinical knowledge about current antipsychotics as well as prospects for new and potentially more specific antischizophrenia principles. These efforts should be based on the pathophysiology of the diseases and the affected neurotransmitter systems. Since preclinical research on antipsychotic compounds is only reliable when intimately linked through translational aspects to clinical results, we decided to include clinical science as well. It turned out that that this endeavor could not be covered by a single volume. We [prepared] two volumes: Current Antipsychotics and Novel Antischizophrenia Treatments. These topics cannot really be separated from one another and should be seen as a composite entity despite the somewhat arbitrary separation of contributions into two volumes. The continuing challenges of developing improved and safer antipsychotic medications remain of concern and are discussed in the first volume. The new opportunities for the field to develop and license adjunctive treatments for the negative symptoms and cognitive deficits that are treated inadequately by existing compounds have been incentivized recently and provide the focus for the second volume."--Publisher's description.
  • 2014 Future Med
    Incorvaia, Cristoforo.
    Current approaches to allergic rhinitis / Cristoforo Incorvaia -- Allergic rhinitis : symptoms / Nerin N. Bahceciler & Nilufer Galip -- Allergic rhinitis : causes and pathogenesis / Giovanni Passalacqua -- Diagnostic tests in allergic rhinitis / Cristoforo Incorvaia & Franco Frati -- Nasal steroids in allergic rhinitis / Davide Caimmi, Silvia Caimmi, Roberto Raschetti, Ilaria Brambilla & Gian Luigi Marseglia -- Other treatments / Takeshi Nabe -- Index.
  • 2009
    Donehower, Ross C.; Ettinger, David S.; Olsen, MiKaela M.; Schwartz, Rowena N.
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    Carey, William D.
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    Lipsky, Peter E.; Radbruch, A.
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    Bergersen, Betty S.
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  • 2012 Karger
    Damato, Bertil E.; Desjardins, Laurence; Jager, Martine; Kivela, Tero.
    Diagnosis of uveal melanoma -- Treatment selection for uveal melanoma -- Ruthenium-106 brachytherapy -- Treatment of uveal melanoma by accelerated proton beam -- Stereotactic photon beam irradiation of uveal melanoma -- Local resection of uveal melanoma -- Biopsies in uveal melanoma -- Analysis of intraocular biopsies -- Anti-angiogenic therapy in uveal melanoma -- Immunotherapy of uveal melanoma -- Genetic determinants of uveal melanoma -- Therapeutic options in metastatic uveal melanoma.
  • 2005.
    McPhee, Stephen J.; Papadakis, Maxine A.
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  • 2016 Springer
    Morgan, Katherine A.
    Update on the management of gastroenteropathic neuroendocrine tumors -- Gastric cancer -- Gastrointestinal stromal tumors -- Current issues in colorectal cancer -- Modern management of colorectal liver metastases -- Incidental pancreatic lesions -- Update on pancreatic adenocarcinoma -- Optimal care in gallbladder cancer -- Breast cancer -- Modern Melanoma Management -- Sarcoma -- HIPEC.
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    Humphries, Roger L.; Stone, C. Keith.
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    Blumberg, R. S.; Burakoff, Robert; Greenberger, Norton J.
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    Crawford, Michael H.
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    Lewis, Evelyn L.; Matheny, Samuel C.; South-Paul, Jeannette E.
    Section I. Infancy & childhood -- Section II. Adolescence -- Section III. Adults -- Section IV. Geriatrics -- Section V. Therapeutics, genetics, & prevention -- Section VI. Psychosocial disorders -- Section VII. Physician-patient issues.
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    South-Paul, Jeannette E.; Lewis, Evelyn L.; Matheny, Samuel C.
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    Skinner, Harry B.
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    Lalwani, Anil K.
    Includes more than 400 clinical photographs and line drawings and a comprehensive radiology chapter with more than 150 images.--excerpted from p. 4 of cover.
  • 2009 AccessMedicine
    Berns, Jeffrey S.; Lerma, Edgar V.; Nissenson, Allen R.
    ch. 1. Fluid & electrolyte disorders -- ch. 2. Acute renal failure -- ch. 3. Chronic renal failure -- ch. 4. Glomerular disorders -- ch. 5. Tubulointerstitial diseases -- ch. 6. Hypertension -- ch. 7. Cystic and genetic diseases of the kidney -- ch. 8. Renal replacement therapy -- ch. 9. Kidney disease in special populations -- ch. 10. Special topics in nephrology.
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    DeCherney, Alan H.; Goodwin, T. Murphy; Laufer, Neri; Nathan, Lauren; Roman, Ashley S.
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  • 2007 AccessMedicine
    Hook, Edward W.; Klausner, Jeffrey D.
    Screening guidelines for sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV infection / Jeffrey D. Klausner -- I. Syndromes -- Vaginal discharge / Jane Schwebke -- Urethral discharge / Jonathan M. Zenilman -- Genital ulcer disease / Daniel E. Cohan and Kenneth Mayer -- Lower abdominal pain in women / Mark H. Yudin and Harold C. Wiesenfeld -- Epididymitis & the acute scrotum syndrome / William M. Geisler and John N. Krieger -- Persistent & recurrent urethtitis / Philip M. Grant and Thomas M. Hooton -- Pelvic inflammatory disease / Craig R. Cohen -- Proctitis & proctocolitis / Anne M. Rompalo -- Cervicitis / Jeanne M. Marrazzo -- Bacterial vaginosis / Jane R. Schwebke -- II. Infections -- Chancroid / Stephanie N. Taylor and David H. Martin -- Genital chlamydial infections / William M. Eisler and Walter E. Stamm -- Genital herpes / Peter Leone -- External genital warts / Peter V. Chin-Hong and Joel M. Palefsky -- Gonorrhea / Heidi Swygard, Arlene C. Sena, Peter Leone, and Myron S. Cohen -- Lymphogranuloma venereum / Christopher S. Hall -- Trichomoniasis / Jane R. Schwebke -- Syphilis / Michael Augenbraun -- Neurosyphilis / Roger P. Simon -- III. Special topics -- Sexually transmitted diseases in HIV-infected persons / Lisa A. Mills and Thomas C. Quinn -- Sexually transmitted diseases in pregnancy / Natali Aziz and Craig R. Cohen -- Sexually transmitted diseases in adolescents / Renata Arrington-Sanders, Jeri Dyson, and Jonathan Ellen -- Sexually transmitted diseases in men who have sex with men / William Wong -- Sexually transmitted diseases in women who have sex with women / Jeanne M. Marrazzo -- Principles of serologic testing or syphilis / Edward W. Hook III -- Principles of risk reduction counseling / Cornelis A. Rietmeijer -- Partner notification & management / Thomas A. Peterman and Richard H. Kahn -- Management of abnormal pap smears / Michael E. Hagensee -- Commonly encountered genital dermatoses / Laura Hinkle Bachmann -- The sexual history / Jeffrey D. Klausner.
  • 2014 (22nd ed.) AccessMedicine
    21st ed., 2012 AccessMedicine
    Hay, William W.
    Also available: Print – 2009-<2014>
  • 2015 AccessMedicine
    Cruz, Ernesto; Maitin, Ian B.
  • 2008 AccessMedicine
    Ebert, Michael H.
    Clinical decision making in psychiatry / Barry Nurcombe -- Psychiatric epidemiology / Dan G. Blazer -- Psychiatric genetics / John I. Nurnberger, Jr. & Wade Berrettini -- The psychiatric interview / Barry Nurcombe & Michael H. Ebert -- Diagnostic encounter for children and adolescents / Barry Nurcombe -- Psychological and neuropsychological assessment / James S. Walker, Howard B. Roback, & Larry Welch -- Diagnostic evaluation for children and adolescents / Barry Nurcombe & Michael G. Tramontana -- Developmental psychology / Kenneth A. Dodge -- Psychopharmacologic interventions / Richard C. Shelton -- Behavioral and cognitive-behavioral interventions / Travis Thompson & Steven D. Hollon -- Psychodynamic and social interventions / James I. Nash & James W. Lomax -- Diagnostic formulation, treatment planning, and modes of treatment in children and adolescents / Barry Nurcombe -- Preventive psychiatry / Barry Nurcombe -- Delirium, dementia, and amnestic syndromes / Joseph A. Kwentus & Howard Kirshner -- Substance-related disorders / Richard C. Shelton -- Schizophrenia / Herbert Y. Meltzer ... [et al.] -- Other psychotic disorders / Richard C. Shelton -- Mood disorders / Peter T. Loosen & Richard C. Shelton -- Anxiety disorders / Richard C. Shelton -- Posttraumatic stress disorder and acute stress disorder / Douglas C. Johnson, John H. Krystal, & Steven M. Southwick -- Obsessive-compulsive disorder / William A. Hewlett -- Somatoform disorders / Charles V. Ford -- Factitious disorders and malingering / Charles V. Ford -- Dissociative disorders / Barry Nurcombe -- Sexual dysfunction and paraphilias / Richard Balon & R. Taylor Segraves -- Eating disorders / Harry E. Gwirtsman, James E. Mitchell, & Michael H. Ebert -- Sleep disorders / Camellia P. Clark, Polly J. Moore, & J. Christian Gillin -- Impulse-control disorders / John W. Thompson, Jr. & Daniel K. Winstead -- Adjustment disorders / Ronald M. Salomon & Lucy Salomon -- Personality disorders / David Janowsky -- Intellectual disability / Ludwik S. Szymanski, Sandra L. Friedman, & Elizabeth L. Leonard -- Learning disorders / Michael G. Tramontana -- Motor skills disorder and communication disorders / Michael G. Tramontana & Barry Nurcombe -- Autism and pervasive developmental disorders / Fred R. Volkmar -- Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder / Thomas Spencer -- Oppositional defiant disorder and conduct disorder / Barry Nurcombe -- Substance-related disorders in adolescents / Yifrah Kaminer & Deborah R. Simkin -- Depressive disorders in children and adolescents / David A. Brent & Lisa Pan -- Pediatric bipolar disorder / David A. Brent & Raymond J. Pan -- Suicidal behavior in children and adolescents / Robert A. King -- Anxiety disorders in children and adolescents / Barry Nurcombe -- Child maltreatment / William Bernet -- Posttraumatic stress disorder in children and adolescents following a single-event trauma / Brett McDermott -- Tourette disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder in children and adolescents / Michael H. Bloch & James F. Leckman -- Developmental disorders of attachment, feeding, elimination, and sleeping / Barry Nurcombe -- Gender identity disorder / William Bernet -- Psychological reactions to acute and chronic systemic illness in pediatric patients / Barry Nurcombe -- Emergency psychiatry / Michael J. Sernyak, Jr. & Robert M. Rohrbaugh -- Consultation-liaison psychiatry / Catherine Chiles & Thomas N. Wise -- Forensic psychiatry / William Bernet.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2013 AccessMedicine
    Hellmann, David B.; Imboden, John B.; Stone, John H.
    "The book is a guide to the diagnosis and management of the complete range of rheumatologic problems encountered in clinical medicine, from common musculoskeletal complaints to complex, multiorgan system inflammatory diseases. Practical chapters on the evaluation of common musculoskeletal symptoms are accompanied by concise, authoritative reviews of multiorgan system disorders, supplemented by unique chapters on clinical topics of special interest"--Preface.
  • 2015 (14th ed.) AccessSurgery
    13th ed., 2006 AccessSurgery
    14th ed., 2015 AccessMedicine
    13th ed., 2006 AccessMedicine
    Doherty, Gerard M.
    Also available: Print – 2010-<2015>
  • 2014 AccessMedicine
    Ahalt, Cyrus; Chang, Anna; Chen, Helen L.; Conant, Rebecca; Landefeld, Charles Seth; Ritchie, Christine Seel; Williams, Brie A.; Yukawa, Michi.
    Principles of geriatric care -- Transforming the care of older adults: knowledge, skills, & system change -- Consideration of function & functional decline -- Goals of care & consideration of prognosis -- The social context of older adults -- The interprofessional team -- Geriatric assessment -- Atypical presentations of illness in older adults -- Prevention & health promotion -- Principles of prescribing for older adults -- Addressing multimorbidity in older adults -- Geriatrics & palliative care -- Ethics & informed decision making -- Care settings -- Transitions and continuity of care -- Ambulatory care & the patient-centered medical home -- Providing quality care to older adults in the emergency department -- Hospital care -- Perioperative care in older surgical patients -- Long-term care, nursing home, & rehabilitation -- Home-based care -- The aging traveler -- Common conditions in geriatrics -- Delirium -- Cognitive impairment & dementia -- Cerebrovascular disease -- Parkinson disease & essential tremor -- Falls & mobility disorders -- Osteoarthritis -- Osteoporosis & hip fractures -- Coronary disease -- Heart failure & heart rhythm disorders -- Hypertension -- Valvular disease -- Peripheral arterial disease & venous thromboembolism -- Chronic venous insufficiency & lymphedema -- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease -- Gastrointestinal & abdominal complaints -- Constipation -- Fluid & electrolyte abnormalities -- Chronic kidney disease -- Urinary incontinence -- Benign prostatic hyperplasia & prostate cancer -- Thyroid, parathyroid, & adrenal gland disorders -- Diabetes -- Anemia -- Common cancers -- Depression & other mental health issues -- Sexual health & dysfunction -- Common infections -- Pressure ulcers -- Common skin disorders -- Sleep disorders -- Oral diseases & disorders -- Common clinical scenarios in geriatrics -- Evaluating confusion in older adults -- Addressing polypharmacy & improving medication adherence in older adults -- Managing persistent pain in older adults -- Considering anticoagulation in older adults -- Assessing antiaging therapies for older adults -- Considering complementary & alternative medicines for older adults -- Managing misuse of alcohol & psychoactive prescription medications in older adults -- Assessing older adults for syncope following a fall -- Treating headaches in older adults -- Managing vision impairment in older adults -- Managing hearing impairment in older adults -- Addressing chest pain in older adults -- Addressing dyspnea in older adults -- Managing joint pain in older adults -- Managing back pain in older adults -- Determining the appropriate use of exercise for older adults -- Defining adequate nutrition for older adults -- Helping older adults with low health literacy -- Understanding the effects of homelessness and housing instability on older adults -- Understanding the effects of criminal justice involvement on older adults -- Detecting, assessing, & responding to elder mistreatment -- Meeting the unique needs of LGBT older adults -- Broadening clinical practice -- Applying evidence-based medicine to older patients -- International perspectives in geriatric care -- Public policy intersecting with an aging society.
  • 2015 AccessEmergency Medicine
    Drigalla, Dorian; Humphries, Roger L.; Stephan, Maria; Stone, C. Keith.
  • 2009 Springer
    Maccioni, Ricardo B.; Perry, George.
  • 2010 Karger
    Hindmarsh, P. C.
    Clinical trials : planning and analysis / Farewell, V.T., Cook, R.J. -- The evidence base for growth hormone effectiveness in children / Kelnar, C.J.H. -- Safety of recombinant human growth hormone / Carel, J.-C., Butler, G. -- Diagnosis of growth hormone deficiency / Webb, E.A., Dattani, M.T. -- Biological determinants of responsiveness to growth hormone : pharmacogenomics and personalized medicine / Mullis, P.-E. -- Clinical considerations in using growth hormone therapy in growth hormone deficiency / Ranke, M.B. -- Current indications for growth hormone therapy for children and adolescents / Richmond, E., Rogol, A.D. -- GH use in the transition of adolescence to adulthood / Mauras, N.
  • 2014 Springer
    Gendelman, Howard E.; Xiong, Huangui.
    Current Laboratory Methods in Neuroscience Research is a research manual for both students and seasoned researchers. It focuses on commonly-used techniques employed in neuroscience research, presented in a simple, step-by-step manner for laboratory use. The manual also offers a blueprint for bench-to-bedside research designed to facilitate multidisciplinary neuroscience pursuits. Sections include coverage of neurohistological techniques, in vitro preparations, leukocyte isolation and application in neuroscience, standard laboratory nucleic acid and protein detections, nanomedicine, bioimaging, neuroelectrophysiology, immunohistochemistry and autoradiography, analysis of gene expression, and animal models.
  • Latest edition, 2016 (55th ed.) AccessMedicine
    54th ed., 2015 AccessMedicine
    53rd ed., 2014 AccessMedicine
    Krupp, Marcus A.; McPhee, Stephen J.; Papadakis, Maxine A.; Tierney, Lawrence M.
  • 2007 Springer
    Gulizia, Michele.
  • 1970-2007.
    Fulginiti, Vincent A.; Hathaway, William E.; Hay, William W.; Kempe, C. Henry; O'Brien, Donough; Silver, Henry K.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • Latest edition, 2015. AccessMedicine
    2014 ed. AccessMedicine
    2013 ed. AccessMedicine
  • v. 1, 1979.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2010 AccessSurgery
    Minter, Rebecca M.; Doherty, Gerard M.
    1. Thyroidectomy and Neck Dissection -- 2. Parathyroidectomy -- 3. Adrenalectomy -- 4. Surgery of the Endocrine Pancreas -- 5. Transhiatal Esophagectomy -- 6. Operative Management of Gastric Lesions -- 7. Surgery of the Hiatus -- 8. Emergency Operations for Peptic Ulcer Disease -- 9. Surgical Therapies for Morbid Obesity -- 10. Enteral Access -- 11. Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy -- 12. Management of Complex Biliary Stone Disease -- 13. Management of Bile Duct Injuries and Biliary Strictures -- 14. Hepatectomy -- 15. Pancreaticoduodenectomy -- 16. Distal Pancreatectomy -- 17. Operative Management of Chronic Pancreatitis -- 18. Splenectomy -- 19. Small Bowel Resection -- 20. Appendectomy -- 21. Loop Colostomy, End Ileostomy, and Loop Ileostomy -- 22. Operative Management of Inflammatory Bowel Disease -- 23. Colectomy -- 24. Operative Management of Rectal Tumors -- 25. Operative Management of Rectal Prolapse -- 26. Benign Anorectal Procedures -- 27. Operative Management of Breast Cancer -- 28. Operative Management of Melanoma -- 29. Operative Management of Soft Tissue Sarcoma -- 30. Renal Transplantation -- 31. Pancreas Transplantation -- 32. Liver Transplantation -- 33. Vascular Access for Dialysis -- 34. Management of Infrarenal Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm -- 35. Carotid Endarterectomy -- 36. Operative Management of Aortoiliac Occlusive Disease -- 37. Surgical Revascularization of Infrainguinal Arterial Occlusive Disease -- 38. Management of Lower Extremity Venous Insufficiency -- 39. Below- and Above-the-Knee Amputation -- 40. Inguinal Hernia Repair -- 41. Ventral Hernia Repair -- 42. Wound Closure Techniques -- 43. Central Venous Access -- 44. Tube Thoracostomy -- 45. Tracheostomy and Emergency Cricothyroidotomy -- 46. Operative Management of Pyloric Stenosis: Pyloromyotomy -- 47. Pediatric Vascular Access -- 48. Pediatric Inguinal Hernia.
  • 2008- Wiley
    Gallagher, Sean R.; Wiley, Emily A.
    Volume/weight measurement -- Concentration measurement -- Reagent preparation -- Cell culture techniques -- Sample preparation -- Chromatography -- Electrophoresis -- Blotting -- Microscopy -- Enzymatic reactions.
  • 2004- Wiley
    Baxevanis, Andreas D.
    ch. 1. Using biological databases -- ch. 2. Recognizing functional domains -- ch. 3. Finding similarities and inferring homologies -- ch. 4. Finding genes -- ch. 5. Modeling structure from sequence -- ch. 6. Inferring evolutionary relationships -- ch. 7. Analyzing expression patterns -- ch. 8. Analyzing molecular interactions -- ch. 9. Building biological databases -- ch. 10. Comparing large sequence sets -- ch. 11. Assembling sequences -- ch. 12. Analyzing RNA sequences and structures -- ch. 13. Using proteomics techniques -- ch. 14. Cheminformatics -- Appendix 1. User fundamentals -- Appendix 2. Glossary of bioinformatics terms -- Appendix 3. Fundamentals of bioinformatics.
  • 2002- Wiley
    Bonifacino, Juan S.
    ch. 1. Cell Culture -- ch. 2. Preparation and Isolation of Cells -- ch. 3. Subcellular Fractionation and Isolation of Organelles -- ch. 4. Microscopy -- ch. 5. Characterization of Cellular Proteins -- ch. 6. Electrophoresis and Immunoblotting -- ch. 7. Protein Labeling and Immunoprecipitation -- ch. 8. Cell Cycle Analysis -- ch. 9. Cell Adhesion -- ch. 10. Extracellular Matrix -- ch. 11. In Vitro Reconstitution -- ch. 12. Cell Motility -- ch. 13. Organelle Motility -- ch. 14. Signal Transduction: Protein Phosphorylation -- ch. 15. Protein Trafficking -- ch. 16. Antibodies as Cell Biological Tools -- ch. 17. Macromolecular Interactions in Cells -- ch. 18. Cellular Aging and Death -- ch. 19. Whole Organism and Tissue Analysis -- ch. 20. Expression and Introduction of Macromolecules into Cells -- ch. 21. Fluorescent Protein Technology -- ch. 22. Cell Biology of Chromosomes and Nuclei -- ch. 23. Stem Cells -- ch. 24. Lipids -- ch. 25. Nanotechnology -- ch. 26. Viruses -- ch. 27. RNA-Based Methods in Cell Biology -- Appendix 1. Useful Information and Data -- Appendix 2. Laboratory Stock Solutions and Equipment -- Appendix 3. Commonly Used Techniques -- Appendix. Suppliers.
  • 2010- Wiley
    Current Protocols in Chemical Biology provides validated protocols and overviews about specialized chemical techniques and tools for studies of biology and drug design. These tools include small-molecule design, synthesis, derivatization, handling, and detection as well as advances in laboratory automation, robotics, and medicinal chemistry as applied to high-throughput screening (HTS). Methods for modification of proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates and lipids for their use as tools in the study of particular biological systems are also included
  • 1997- Wiley
    Robinson, J. Paul.
    Consists of a core publication dated Apr. 1997, and updated by supplements 1 (July 1997)-<57 (July 2010)>. Content is peer-reviewed protocols for flow and image cytometry updated quarterly.
  • 1994- Wiley
    Dracopoli, Nicholas C.
    ch. 1. Genetic Mapping -- ch. 2. Genotyping -- ch. 3. Somatic Cell Hybrids -- ch. 4. Cytogenetics -- ch. 5. Strategies for Large-Insert Cloning and Analysis -- ch. 6. Identifying Candidate Genes in Genomic DNA -- ch. 7. Searching Candidate Genes for Mutations -- ch. 8. Clinical Cytogenetics -- ch. 9. Clinical Molecular Genetics -- ch. 10. Cancer Genetics -- ch. 11. Transcriptional Profiling -- ch. 12. Vectors for Gene Therapy -- ch. 13. Delivery Systems for Gene Therapy -- ch. 14. Forensic Genetics -- ch. 15. Model Systems for the Analysis of Human Disease -- ch. 16. Automation and Robotics in Genetic Analysis -- ch. 17. Biochemical Genetics --ch. 18. High-Throughput Sequencing -- ch. 19. Mitochondrial Genetics -- ch. 20. Epigenetics -- Appendix 1. Abbreviations and Useful Data -- Appendix 2. Laboratory Guidelines, Equipment, and Stock Solutions -- Appendix 3. Commonly Used Techniques -- Appendix 4. Chromosome Karyotyping and Idiograms -- Appendix 5. Genetic Linkage Reference Maps: Access to Internet-Based Resources -- Appendix 6. Human-Mouse Comparative Maps -- Appendix. Suppliers.
    Also available: Print – 1994-2010.
  • 1991- Wiley
    Coligan, John E.
    ch. 1. Care and Handling of Laboratory Animals -- ch. 2. Induction of Immune Responses -- ch. 3. In Vitro Assays for Mouse Lymphocyte Function -- ch. 4. In Vivo Assays for Lymphocyte Function -- ch. 5. Immunofluorescence and Cell Sorting -- ch. 6. Cytokines and Their Cellular Receptors -- ch. 7. Immunologic Studies in Humans -- ch. 8. Isolation and Analysis of Proteins -- ch. 9. Peptides -- ch. 10. Molecular Biology -- ch. 11. Biochemistry of Cell Activation -- ch. 12. Detection and Analysis of HIV -- ch. 13. Complement -- ch. 14. Innate Immunity -- ch. 15. Animal Models for Autoimmune and Inflammatory Disease -- ch. 16. Antigen Processing and Presentation -- ch. 17. Engineering Immune Molecules and Receptors -- ch. 18. Ligand-Receptor Interactions in the Immune System -- ch. 19. Animal Models for Infectious Diseases -- ch. 20. Animal Models for Tumor Immunology -- ch. 21. Microscopy -- ch. 22. Isolation and Differentiation of Stem and Progenitor Cells -- Appendix 1. Abbreviations and Useful Data -- Appendix 2. Commonly Used Reagents and Equipment -- Appendix 3. Commonly Used Immunological Techniques -- Appendix 4. The CD System of Leukocyte Surface Molecules -- Appendix 5. Suppliers.
  • 2002- Wiley
    Haacke, E. Mark.
  • 2006- Wiley
    Coico, Richard.
    Emerging technologies -- Microscopy -- Alpha proteobacteria -- Beta proteobacteria -- Enteric gamma proteobacteria -- Nonenteric gamma proteobacteria -- Delta proteobacteria -- Epsilon proteobacteria -- Firmicutes (low G+C gram positive) -- Actinobacteria (high G+C gram positive) -- Chlamydiae -- Spirochetes -- Other eubacteria -- Animal DNA viruses -- Animal RNA viruses -- Plant RNA viruses.
  • 2002- Wiley
    Ausubel, Frederick M.
    ch. 1. Escherichia coli, Plasmids, and Bacteriophages -- ch. 2. Preparation and Analysis of DNA -- ch. 3. Enzymatic Manipulation of DNA and RNA -- ch. 4. Preparation and Analysis of RNA -- ch. 5. Construction of Recombinant DNA Libraries -- ch. 6. Screening of Recombinant DNA Libraries -- ch. 7. DNA Sequencing -- ch. 8. Mutagenesis of Cloned DNA -- ch. 9. Introduction of DNA into Mammalian Cells -- ch. 10. Analysis of Proteins -- ch. 11. Immunology -- ch. 12. DNA-Protein Interactions -- ch. 13. Yeast -- ch. 14. In Situ Hybridization and Immunohistochemistry -- ch. 15. The Polymerase Chain Reaction -- ch. 16. Protein Expression -- ch. 17. Preparation and Analysis of Glycoconjugates -- ch. 18. Analysis of Protein Phosphorylation -- ch. 19. Informatics for Molecular Biologists -- ch. 20. Analysis of Protein Interactions -- ch. 21. Chromatin Assembly and Analysis -- ch. 22. Nucleic Acid Arrays -- ch. 23. Manipulating the Mouse Genome -- ch. 24. Generation and Use of Combinatorial Libraries -- ch. 25. Discovery and Analysis of Differentially Expressed Genes in Single Cells and Cell Populations -- ch. 26. Gene Silencing -- ch. 27. RNA-Protein Interactions -- ch. 28. Mammalian Cell Culture -- ch. 29. Mouse Phenotyping -- ch. 30. Metabolomics -- Appendix 1. Standard Measurements, Data, and Abbreviations -- Appendix 2. Commonly Used Reagents and Equipment -- Appendix 3. Commonly Used Techniques in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology -- Appendix 4. Suppliers -- Appendix 5. Vectors -- Appendix 6. Pathway Modulators and Inhibitors.
  • 1997- Wiley
    Crawley, Jacqueline N.
    ch. 1. Neuroanatomical Methods -- ch. 2. Imaging -- ch. 3. Cellular and Developmental Neuroscience -- ch. 4. Gene Cloning, Expression, and Mutagenesis -- ch. 5. Molecular Neuroscience -- ch. 6. Neurophysiology -- ch. 7. Neurochemistry/Neuropharmacology -- ch. 8. Behavioral Neuroscience -- ch. 9. Preclinical Models of Neurologic and Psychiatric Disorders -- ch. 10. Human Neuroscience -- Appendix 1. Molecular Biology Techniques -- Appendix 2. Stock Solutions, Equipment, and Laboratory Guidelines -- Appendix 3. Commonly Used Techniques -- Appendix 4. Animal Techniques -- Appendix 5. Databases -- Suppliers.
  • 2002- Wiley
    Beaucage, Serge L.
  • 2001- Wiley
    Enna, S. J.
  • [1995]- Wiley
    Coligan, John E.
    Also available: Print – 1995-2005.
  • 2007- Wiley
    Elefanty, Andrew G.; Schlaeger, Thorsten M.; Wu, Joseph C.
    Includes methods for isolating, maintaining, and differentiating embryonic and adult stem cells.
  • 1999- Wiley
    Maines, Mahin D.
  • 2013 Springer
    Ding, Guanghong; Wu, Gencheng; Xia, Ying.
    Acupuncture Modulation of Neural Transmitters/Modulators / Jianfeng Liang and Ying Xia -- Cellular Mechanisms in Acupuncture Points and Affected Sites / Wolfgang Schwarz and Quanbao Gu -- Function of Collagen and Mast Cells in Acupuncture Points / Guanghong Ding, Di Zhang, Meng Huang, Lina Wang and Wei Yao -- Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Basic Acupuncture Research / Florian Beissner -- Chemical and Physical Characteristics of Moxibustion / Ling Zhao and Xueyong Shen -- Acupuncture Treatment of Epilepsy / Dongman Chao and Ying Xia -- Acupuncture Treatment for Parkinson's Disease / Tetsuya Asakawa and Ying Xia -- Can Acupuncture Treat Alzheimer's Disease and Other Neurodegenerative Disorders? / Tetsuya Asakawa and Ying Xia -- Acupuncture Therapy for Vascular Cognitive Impairment / Guoqiang Wen, Tao Liu, Shixiong Huang, Qiao Fu and Tao Chen, et al. -- Acupuncture and Moxibustion for Antiaging / Huangan Wu -- Development and Progression of Auricular Acupuncture as a Treatment for Anxiety and Pain / Shu-Ming Wang -- Abdominal Acupuncture for Nerve Root Cervical Spondylosis / Xiangrui Wang and Yongjun Zheng -- Electro-acupuncture Regulation of Central Monoamine Neurotransmitters in Ischaemia-Reperfusion / Mingshu Xu, Linbao Ge and Dan Zhao -- Protective Effect of Acupuncture on Myocardium / Xianrui Wang and Yongjun Zheng -- Acupuncture's Role in Cardiovascular Homeostasis / Peng Li, Stephanie C. Tjen-A-Looi and John C. Longhurst -- Acupuncture in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: Potential and Challenge / Yi Feng, Elisabet Stener-Victorin and Boying Chen -- Auricular Acupuncture for Pain and Inflammation / Shi Ping Zhang, Wai Yeung Chung and Yi Jie Zhan -- Glial-Neuronal Interactions in Electroacupuncture Analgesia / Hong Cao, Zhi-Qi Zhao, Gen-Cheng Wu and Yu-Qiu Zhang -- Meridian-Viscera Correlationship / Yiping Zhou, Keming Wang, Ling Hu, Meiqi Zhou and Zijian Wu, et al. -- Theory and Methodology of Evidence-Based Medicine in Acupuncture Research / Fanrong Liang, Tingting Ma, Wenjing Huang, Xi Wu and Ying Li, et al. -- Chinese Medicine as a Model of System Biology: Diagnosis as the Foundation of Acupoint Selection / Henry Johannes Greten -- Modernization of Acupuncture Using High-Tech Methods: Teleacupuncture Bridges Science and Practice / Gerhard Litscher -- Future Research in Acupuncture: Better Design and Analysis for Novel and Valid Findings / Tetsuya Asakawa and Ying Xia.
  • 2005 Karger
    Bier, Henning.
    Development of a conditional mouse model for head and neck squamous cell carcinoma / Bindels, E.M.J., van de Brekel, M.W.M. -- Hypofolatemia as a risk factor for head and neck cancer / Almadori, G. ... [et al.] -- Reduced DNA repair capacity in laryngeal cancer subjects: a comparison of phenotypic and genotypic results / Gajacka, M. ... [et al.] -- Intratumoral genomic heterogeneity in advanced head and neck cancer detected by comparative genomic hybridization / Götte, K. ... [et al.] -- Function and importance of p63 in normal oral mucosa and squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck / Thurfjell, N. ... [et al.] -- p53, p63 and p73 expression in squamous cell carcinomas of the head and neck and their response to cisplatin exposure / Balz, V. ... [et al.] -- Expression of p16 protein is associated with human papillomavirus status in tonsillar carcinomas and has implications on survival / Wittekindt, C. ... [et al.] -- EGFR-antibody-supplemented TPF chemotherapy: preclinical investigations to a novel approach for head and neck cancer induction treatment / Knecht, R. ... [et al.] -- Nuclear factor kappa B as a common target and activator of oncogenes in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma / Chang, A.A., Van Waes, C. -- Antiangiogenic therapy of head and neck squamous cell carcinoma by vascular endothelial growth factor antisense therapy / Riedel, F. ... [et al.] -- Expression pattern of chemokine receptors 6 and 7 in squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck identifies a novel metastatic phenotype / Wang, J. ... [et al.] -- p53-based immunotherapy of cancer / De Leo, A.B. -- p53 as an immunotherapeutic target in head and neck cancer: approaches to reversing unresponsiveness of T lymphocytes and preventing tumor escape / Hoffmann, T.K. ... [et al.] -- Imbalance in absolute counts of T lymphocyte subsets in patients with head and neck cancer and its relation to disease / Kuss, I. ... [et al.] -- Antitumor immunization of head and neck squamous cell carcinoma patients with a virus-modified autologous tumor cell vaccine / Herold-Mende, C. ... [et al.] -- Prognostic factors: confusion caused by bad quality of design, analysis and reporting of many studies / Sauerbrei, W.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2009 Springer
    Killackey, Eóin; Lambert, Martin; Naber, Dieter.
  • 2012 Springer
    Lambert, Martin; Naber, Dieter.
    Advances in pharmacotherapy and psychosocial interventions continue to improve the success of managing schizophrenia. Early detection and intervention in people with, or at risk for, psychosis give patients and their families hope for a better course of illness and an improved outcome. The interdisciplinary approach, combining pharmacotherapy and psychosocial interventions, markedly increases the chance of long-lasting remission and recovery. However, a cure for schizophrenia has yet to be found. Research, particularly in the past decade, has revealed some of the biological and genetic facets of the origins of schizophrenia, and this has contributed to the better quality of treatment. This book aims to provide a short but detailed overview of current standards of care in schizophrenia. It takes into consideration several treatment recommendations proposed in published guidelines for schizophrenia, including the guidelines by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (2009), the American Psychiatric Association (2004), the Canadian Psychiatric Association (2005), and the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (2005). A major problem with guidelines such as these is the difficulties encountered in translating them into daily clinical practice. Therefore, the fundamental aim of this book is to present the guidelines as clearly as possible in the context of relevant clinical treatment issues. The book does this with the help of figures that provide the clinician with algorithms and summaries of the most important information required for the practical treatment and theoretical understanding of schizophrenia.
  • 2012 ScienceDirect
    2012 ClinicalKey
    Bagheri, Shahrokh C.; Bell, R. Bryan; Khan, Husain Ali.
    Written by expert surgeons and educators, Current Therapy in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery covers the latest treatment strategies, surgical techniques, and potential complications in OMS. Emphasizing an evidence-based approach, it covers all 12 subspecialties of OMS, addressing topics from surgical principles to oral surgery, anesthesia, cranio-maxillofacial trauma surgery, head and neck surgery, maxillofacial reconstructive surgery, orthognathic surgery, pediatric craniofacial surgery including cleft lip and palate, temporomandibular joint disorders, facial plastic surgery including rhinoplasty and facelifts, obstructive sleep apnea, and oral and maxillofacial infections. At the end of each chapter, Pearls and Pitfalls summarize the authors' insight, recommendations, and experience on that topic. Editor Dr. Shahrokh Bagheri is a noted professor, researcher, and speaker on OMS, and he leads an expert author team including Dr. R. Bryan Bell and Dr. Husain Ali Khan to help you master and apply the latest advances in OMS. More than 1,200 full-color photos and 200 color line drawings illustrate concepts and provide visual guidance in clinical areas. Comprehensive sections and chapters represent essential topics, the newest advances, and controversial topics. Clinical coverage brings together the latest knowledge in OMS in a concise, easy-to-apply way. Resident-specific coverage describes the wide array of subspecialties and treatments available in the armamentarium of the modern OMS. A focus on complications ensures that you are knowledgeable in this important part of any therapy or surgical discipline. Expert contributors include the "best of the best," featuring leading, well-established, and respected surgeons and educators writing on their areas of specialty and providing current treatment strategies.
  • 2010 ClinicalKey
    Kapila, Sunil; Nanda, Ravindra.
    This titles addresses the evolving science of orthodontics as it relates to optimal patient therapy and care. Topics covered include diagnosis and treatment planning, the management of sagittal and vertical discrepancies, the management of adult and complex cases, and the application of biomedicine in orthodontic treatment.
  • 2009 ClinicalKey
    Smith, Howard S.
    This unique resource focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of painful conditions, both acute and chronic, from a multi-disciplinary perspective. Joined by a team of nearly 200 international contributors representing a wide range of specialties, Dr. Smith presents the best management options within and across specialties. Succinct treatment and therapy guidelines enable you to quickly access clinically useful information, for both inpatient and outpatient pain management, while a 2-color format enhances readability and ease of use and highlights key concepts. And, as an Expert Consult title, it includes access to the complete contents online, fully searchable, plus links to Medline and PubMed abstracts, providing rapid, easy consultation from any computer! Includes access to the complete text online, fully searchable, plus links to Medline and PubMed abstracts, providing quick and convenient reference from anyplace with an Internet connection. Offers a cross-discipline approach to pain management for a comprehensive view of the best treatment options within and across specialties including internal medicine, gynecology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, orthopedics, and family medicine. Provides succinct treatment and therapy guidelines, enabling you to locate useful information quickly. Organizes guidance on acute and chronic therapies in a templated format, to facilitate consistent, quick-access consultation appropriate for inpatient or outpatient pain management. Features a 2-color format that enhances readability and ease of use and highlights key concepts.
  • 2014 ClinicalKey
    Stanley, James C.; Veith, Frank J.; Wakefield, Thomas W.
  • 2016 ClinicalKey
    Asensio, Juan A.; Trunkey, Donald D.
    Demanding surgical situations require expert advice from pioneers in the field as well as from those on the front lines of trauma care. Practical and evidence-based, Current Therapy of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care, 2nd Edition, draws on the experience of Drs. Juan A. Asensio and Donald D. Trunkey to offer a comprehensive, contemporary summary of the treatment and post-operative management of traumatic injuries. The concise format makes it ideally suited for everyday use, and new, full-color illustrations highlight the most important aspects of urgent surgical care, including ventilator management, damage control, noninvasive techniques, imaging, infection control, dealing with mass casualties, and treating injuries induced by chemical and biological agents.
  • v. 1-, 2009- Springer
  • 2006 Springer
    Lambris, J. D.
    1. Cross-disciplinary research stirs new challenges into the study of the structure, function, and systems biology of complement / Dimitrios Mastellos and John D. Lambris -- 2. Liver regeneration: a link to inflammation through complement / Robert A. DeAngelis, Maciej M. Markeiwski, and John D. Lambris -- 3. The Role of third complement component (C3) in homing of hematopoietic stem/progenitor cells into bone marrow / Ryan Reca ... [et al.] -- 4. Complement system and the eye / Purushottam Jha ... [et al.] -- 5. To regeneration ... with complement / Panagiotis A. Tsonis, John D. Lambris, and Katia Del Rio-Tsonis -- 6. Self, non-self and danger: a complementary view / Jörg Köhl -- 7. gClqR/p33 serves as a molecular bridge between the complement and contact activation systems and is an important catalyst in inflammation / Berhane Ghebrehiwet ... [et al.] -- 8. Possible immunoprotective and angiogenesis-promoting roles for malignant cell-derived prostasomes: a new paradigm for prostatic cancer? / Kristina Nilsson Ekdahl ... [et al.] -- 9. Diversified components of the bony fish complement system: more genes for robuster innate defense? / Miki Nakao ... [et al.] -- 10. C5b-9 complement complex in autoimmune demyelination: dual role in neuroinflammation and neuroprotection / Horea Rus, Cornelia Cudrici, and Florin Niculescu -- 11. The Double-edged flower: roles of complement protein C1q in neurodegenerative diseases / Andrea J. Tenner and Maria I. Fonseca -- 12. The Role of the complement system in the pathogenesis of experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis and multiple sclerosis / Nóra Terényi, József Prechl, and Anna Erdei -- 13. The Complement system: a potential target for stroke therapy / J. Mocco ... [et al.] -- 14. Observations on complement activity in the two-stage inflammatory/hemostatic response in the baboon and human models of E. coli sepsis and endotoxemia / Fletcher B. Taylor, Jr., Eric Hack, and Florea Lupu -- 15. Complement activation during sepsis in humans / Heike Schreiber ... [et al.] -- 16. Three distinct profiles of serum complement C4 proteins in pediatric systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) patients: tight associations of complement C4 and C3 protein levels in SLE but not in healthy subjects / Yee-Ling Wu ... [et al.] -- 17. A Minimum CR2 binding domain of C3d enhances immunity following vaccination / Joseph F. Bower and Ted M. Ross -- 18. Structure and function of ficolins / Yuichi Endo, Yu Liu, and Teizo Fujita -- 19. Role of mannose-binding lectin (MBL2) genotyping in predicting the risk of recurrent otitis media (rOM) / Lieve Nuytinck ... [et al.] -- 20. Conformational complexity of complement component C3 / Bert J.C. Janssen and Piet Gros -- 21. Disease-associated sequence variations in factor H: a stuctural biology approach / Andrew P. Herbert ... [et al.] -- 22. Transdermal pharmacology of small molecule cyclic C5a antagonists / Lavinia M. Proctor ... [et al.] -- 23. Inactivation of complement by recombinant human C3 derivatives / Edzard Spillner, Johanna Kölln, and Reinhard Bredehorst -- 24. Complement analysis in clinic and research / Tom E. Mollnes and Michael Kirschfink -- 25. Cell-bound complement activation products (CB-CAPs) as a source of lupus biomarkers / Sarah J. Calano ... [et al.].
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • 2008
    Lambris, J. D.
  • 2008 CRCnetBASE
    Bhowmick, Anil K.
  • 2007 Springer
    Lambris, J. D.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2012 Springer
    Hajishengallis, George; Lambris, J. D.
    Pentraxins in Humoral Innate Immunity / Antonio Inforzato, Barbara Bottazzi, Cecilia Garlanda, Sonia Valentino and Alberto Mantovani -- Galectins as Pattern Recognition Receptors: Structure, Function, and Evolution / Gerardo R. Vasta -- The Role of Innate Immunity in Trafficking of Hematopoietic Stem Cells - An Emerging Link Between Activation of Complement Cascade and Chemotactic Gradients of Bioactive Sphingolipids / Mariusz Z. Ratajczak, ChiHwa Kim, Wan Wu, Dong Myung Shin and Ewa Bryndza, et al. -- Interaction of the Microbiome with the Innate Immune Response in Chronic Wounds / Elizabeth A. Grice and Julia A. Segre -- Pathogenic Microbes and Community Service Through Manipulation of Innate Immunity / George Hajishengallis, Jennifer L. Krauss, Shuang Liang, Megan L. McIntosh and John D. Lambris -- A Conserved Host and Pathogen Recognition Site on Immunoglobulins: Structural and Functional Aspects / Bruce D. Wines, Halina M. Trist, William Farrugia, Chloe Ngo and John Trowsdale, et al. -- Advances in Understanding the Structure, Function, and Mechanism of the SCIN and Efb Families of Staphylococcal Immune Evasion Proteins / Brandon L. Garcia, Kasra X. Ramyar, Daniel Ricklin, John D. Lambris and Brian V. Geisbrecht -- Granzyme B: A New Crossroad of Complement and Apoptosis / Mario Perl, Stephanie Denk, Miriam Kalbitz and Markus Huber-Lang -- Role of C3, C5 and Anaphylatoxin Receptors in Acute Lung Injury and in Sepsis / Markus Bosmann and Peter A. Ward -- Complement Involvement in Neovascular Ocular Diseases / Ryoji Yanai, Aristomenis Thanos and Kip M. Connor -- Platelets, Complement, and Contact Activation: Partners in Inflammation and Thrombosis / Osama A. Hamad, Jennie Bäck, Per H. Nilsson, Bo Nilsson and Kristina N. Ekdahl -- Nuclear Factor-κB in Immunity and Inflammation: The Treg and Th17 Connection / Qingguo Ruan and Youhai H. Chen -- Function of Act1 in IL-17 Family Signaling and Autoimmunity / Ling Wu, Jarod Zepp and Xiaoxia Li -- Differential Effect of Inhibiting MD-2 and CD14 on LPS- Versus Whole E. coli Bacteria-Induced Cytokine Responses in Human Blood / D. Christiansen, O. L. Brekke, J. Stenvik, J. D. Lambris and T. Espevik, et al. -- Zebrafish: Model for the Study of Inflammation and the Innate Immune Response to Infectious Diseases / Beatriz Novoa and Antonio Figueras -- Monocyte-derived Inflammatory Dendritic Cells in the Granuloma During Mycobacterial Infection / Heidi A. Schreiber and Matyas Sandor -- NK/DC Crosstalk in Anti-viral Response / Emanuela Marcenaro, Simona Carlomagno, Silvia Pesce, Alessandro Moretta and Simona Sivori -- Innate-Adaptive Crosstalk: How Dendritic Cells Shape Immune Responses in the CNS / Benjamin D Clarkson, Erika Héninger, Melissa G Harris, JangEun Lee and Matyas Sandor, et al. -- Nutritional Immunity: Homology Modeling of Nramp Metal Import / Mathieu F. M. Cellier.
    Also available: Print – 2012
  • v. 285-, 2005- Springer
  • v. 1-, 2012- Springer
    Archer, Trevor K.; Kostrzewa, Richard M.
    Consists of volumes that cover the latest developments in neurotoxicity studies including neurodegeneration, neuroprotection, and neuroregeneration. The series has a translational focus and addresses the causes of neurotoxicity associated with diseases such as Alzheimers, Parkinsons Disease, autism, HIV associated dementia etc.
  • 2010 Springer
    Tanaka, K.
    Features of enteric infections in Asia -- Molecular epidemiology of vibrio cholerae and campylobacters isolated in Asian countries -- Diarrheal diseases and probiotics -- Dengue and chikungunya virus infection in Southeast Asia: active governmental intervention in Republic of Singapore -- Current global situation of tuberculosis, with a focus on Japan -- Tuberculosis among the poor -- The status and trends of HIV/AIDS epidemics in Asia and the Pacific -- Disease characteristics and treatment of 2009 H1N1 influenza -- Drug-resistant respiratory pathogens in Japan.
  • 2010 Springer
    Shire, Steven J.
    Introduction / Wayne R. Gombotz and Steven J. Shire -- Design of therapeutic MABS. CDR repair: a novel approach to antibody humanization / Mark S. Dennis -- Nanobodies, single-domain antigen-binding fragments of camelid heavy-chain antibodies / Gholamreza Hassanzadeh Ghassabeh, Serge Muyldermans, and Dirk Saerens -- Expression and production of MABS. GPEx® a flexible method for the rapid generation of stable, high expressing, antibody producing mammalian cells lines / Gregory T. Bleck -- Advancing our cell culture platform: incorporating lessons learned and new technologies / Carole Heath -- Recovery and purification. Addressing changes associated with technology transfer: a case study / Michele M. Myers ... [et al.] -- Concepts for disposables in biopharmaceutical manufacture / Joachim K. Walter and Uwe Gottschalk -- Formulation and delivery. Formulation and delivery issues for monoclonal antibody therapeutics / Ann L. Daugherty and Randall J. Mrsny -- Challenges in the development of high protein concentration formulations / Steven J. Shire, Zahra Shahrock, and Jun Liu -- Protein immobilization by crystallization and precipitation: an alternative to lyophilization / Karoline Bechtold-Peters -- Analytics and specification setting for MABS. Characterizing high affinity antigen/antibody complexes by kinetic and equilibrium based methods / Andrew W. Drake, David G. Myszka, and Scott L. Klakamp -- Analytical characterization of monoclonal antibodies: linking structure to function / Reed J. Harris ... [et al.] -- Analysis of irreversible aggregation, reversible self-association and fragmentation of monoclonal antibodies by analytical ultracentrifugation / James D. Andya, Jun Liu, and Steven J. Shires -- Biophysical signatures of monoconal antibodies / N. Harn ... [et al.] -- Pharmacokinetics and immunogenicity. Impact of Fc glycosylation on monoclonal antibody effector functions and degradation by proteases / T. Shantha Raju -- Immunogenicity assessment of antibody therapeutics / P. stas, Y. Gansemans, and I. Lasters -- Armed antibodies and new classes of antibodies. Production of monoclonal antibodies in E. coli / Dorothea E. Reilly and Daniel G. Yansura -- Recent advances in the use of antibody drug conjugates for cancer theapy / Peter D. Senter -- Antibody radiolabeling / Corinne Bensimon and Russell Redshaw.
  • 1981-
    Resnick, Martin I.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2015 Springer
    Parsa, Andrew T.; Raizer, Jeffrey J.
    Epidemiology of Gliomas -- Glioma biology and molecular markers -- Surgery for Gliomas-- Radiation therapy of Glioblastoma -- Low-grade Glioma -- Treatment of anaplastic Glioma -- Current medical treatment of Glioblastoma -- Novel chemotherapeutic approaches in adult high-grade Gliomas -- Immunotherapy for malignant Gliomas -- Glioblastoma in the elderly -- Palliative and supprotive care for Glioma patients.
    Also available: Print – 2015
  • 2015
    Chen, Belinda Y.; Hughes, Mark T.; Kern, David E.; Thomas, Patricia A.
    Overview : a six-step approach to curriculum development / David E. Kern -- Step 1 : problem identification and general needs assessment / Belinda Y. Chen and Eric B. Bass -- Step 2 : targeted needs assessment / Mark T. Hughes -- Step 3 : goals and objectives / Patricia A. Thomas -- Step 4 : educational strategies / Patricia A. Thomas -- Step 5 : implementation / Mark T. Hughes -- Step 6 : evaluation and feedback / Brenessa Lindeman and Pamela A. Lipsett -- Curriculum maintenance and enhancement / David E. Kern and Patricia A. Thomas -- Dissemination / David E. Kern and Eric B. Bass -- Curriculum development for larger programs / Patricia A. Thomas.
  • Google Books
    Orth, Johannes.
    Also available: Print – 5.
  • 2010
    Dinyari, Rostam; Howe, Roger T.; Peumans, Peter; Shenoy, Krishna V.
    In age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and retinitis pigmentosa (RP), two leading causes of blindness, the photoreceptor layer of the retina is degenerated while the rest of the retina is well preserved. The function of the photoreceptors is very similar to that of solar cells. Upon receiving light, they activate the inner layers of the retina by producing electrical and chemical signals. These signals are then processed and compressed by a complex circuit of retinal neurons (horizontal cells, bipolar cells, amacrine cells, and ganglion cells) and sent to the brain. The brain perceives these data as sight. Electronic retinal implant systems seek to restore sight in AMD and RP by electrical stimulation of the surviving retinal neurons. Currently the more dominant systems consist of a microelectrode array, which is placed directly on the ganglion cells (epiretinal). In this approach, a camera mounted on goggles captures video which is then processed by a pocket computer. The power and data are then transmitted wirelessly to an extraocular receiver unit. Through an intraocular cable, the receiver unit sends appropriate electrical stimuli to the array of microelectrodes. The electrodes then stimulate the ganglion cells by passing current pulses through the tissue. These stimulations are perceived by the brain as spots of light. The epiretinal approach has some disadvantages. Because the electrodes directly stimulate the ganglion cells, the image processing and data compression capabilities of the retina are not utilized. Placing the extraocular receiver unit and connecting it via a cable to the microelectrode array significantly complicates the surgical procedure and increases the chance of post surgical complications. Additionally, the perceived images are independent of the eye movements. We have developed an integrated photovoltaic monolithic silicon retinal implant that requires no electrical power or data connection. In our design, a miniature camera captures video that is processed by a pocket computer before being projected into the eye at a near-infrared wavelength ([Lambda] = 905 nm) onto the silicon implant located in the subretinal space (area in the back of the retina). The implant consists of a two-dimensional array of photovoltaic pixels. The projected image is provided in pulsed fashion and each pixel element consists of up to three series-connected photovoltaic cells such that the pixels deliver current pulses that are sufficiently strong to stimulate the remaining functional neural cells. The current pulses are interpreted as visual images by the brain. Placing the implant in the subretinal space allows for utilization of the existing image processing and data compression functions of the retina. Each pixel receives both power and data directly through laser radiation. This eliminates the need for a separate wireless receiver unit and simplifies the surgical procedures and reduces the post-surgical risks. Additionally, in this approach, eye movements change the perceived images. The novelty of the work reported here is the integration of photovoltaic devices in a MEMS process that allows the implant to deform to the natural curvature of the eye, while also providing isolation between the bodies of the three series-connected subpixels that make up each pixel. This was achieved by patterning the implants into an array of pixels connected together by deformable silicon flexures. In addition, the trenches also provide electrical isolation between the three series-connected photovoltaic subpixels. Curving the implant is advantageous since the complete implant is in focus, resulting in optimum quality of vision perceived. Curved implants can also be substantially larger than planar implants and can hence cover a larger part of the field of view. A curvable implant also causes no mechanical strain or abnormality in the eye. Usage of three series-connected subpixels per pixel improves the impedance matching to the surrounding tissue and enhances the injected current per pixel allowing for higher resolution implants. Fabricated implant with a resolution of 64 pixels/mm2 can inject sufficient current for neural activation at safe optical intensities. Additionally, the exchange of nutrients and waste, which is necessary for the survival of the retinal cells, is provided by diffusion through the trenches that define the silicon devices.
  • 2011 Springer
    Biller, Beverly M. K.; Swearingen, Brooke.
    Cushing's Disease: An Historical Perspective -- Molecular Biology of Cushing's Disease -- Pathology of Cushing's Disease -- The Diagnosis of Cushing's Syndrome -- Pseudo-Cushing's Syndrome -- Cyclic Cushing's Disease -- Differential Diagnosis of Cushing's Syndrome -- Radiologic Imaging Techniques in Cushing's Disease -- Surgical Treatment of Cushing's Disease -- Postoperative Management and Assessment of Cure -- Radiation Therapy in the Management of Cushing's Disease -- Medical Management of Cushing's Disease -- Recurrent Cushing's Disease -- Diagnosis and Treatment of Pediatric Cushing's Disease -- Silent Corticotroph Adenomas -- Cushing's Syndrome in Pregnancy -- Nelson's Syndrome: Corticotroph Tumor Progression After Bilateral Adrenalectomy in Cushing's Disease -- Psychosocial Aspects of Cushing's Disease.
  • 2011 Springer
    Bronstein, Marcello D.
    Physiology and pathophysiology of the HPA axis -- Etiologies of Cushing's syndrome -- Pathogenesis of corticotropic tumors -- Pathogenesis of adrenocortical tumors -- Clinical features of Cushing's syndrome -- Laboratorial diagnosis of Cushing's syndrome: differential diagnosis with pseudo Cushing's conditions as obesity, alcoholism and depression -- Laboratorial diagnosis of Cushing's syndrome: differential diagnosis among the different causes of ACTH-dependent and ACTH-independent Cushing's syndrome -- Imaging for the differential diagnosis of Cushing's syndrome: MRI, CT, and isotopic scanning -- Inferior petrosal sampling for the differential diagnosis of ACTH-dependent Cushing's syndrome -- The surgical management of Cushing's disease -- Adrenal-directed treatment options for Cushing's disease -- Radiation therapy and stereotactic radiosurgery for Cushing's disease -- Medical management of Cushing's syndrome -- ACTH-dependent Cushing syndrome: clinical and diagnostic aspects, and treatment approaches for ectopic Cushing's syndrome -- Revisiting the Nelson's syndrome: corticotroph tumor progression after bilateral adrenalectomy in Cushing's disease -- ACTH-independent Cushing's syndrome: adrenocortical tumors -- ACTH-independent Cushing's syndrome: bilateral macronodular hyperplasia -- ACTH-independent Cushing's syndrome: primary pigmented nodular adrenal disease in the context of Carney's complex -- Glucocorticoid resistance -- Post-operative replacement and assessment of HPA axis recovery in Cushing's syndrome -- Special aspects of Cushing's syndrome: pregnancy -- Special aspects of Cushing's syndrome: childhood -- Special aspects of Cushing's syndrome: cyclic Cushing's syndrome.
  • 2015 Springer
    Hall, Brian J.; Hall, John C.
    Immunology of Cutaneous Drug Eruptions -- Principles of Diagnosis of Cutaneous Drug Eruptions -- Histopathology of Drug Reactions -- Principles of Treatment of Cutaneous Drug Eruptions -- Morbilliform Drug Eruptions -- Drug-Induced Urticaria -- Erythema Multiforme and Drug Reactions -- Drug-Induced Vasculitis -- Pigment Changes and Drug Reactions -- Drug-induced Photosensitivity -- Erythema Nodosum as a Drug Eruption -- Lichen Planus Drug Reactions -- Pityriasis Rosea-Like Drug Eruptions -- Psoriasiform Drug Eruptions and Drugs that Flare Psoriasis -- Acne and Drug Reactions -- Collagen Vascular Diseases and Cutaneous Drug Reactions -- Fixed Drug Eruptions -- Autoimmune Bullous Diseases and Drugs -- Lymphoma and Pseudolymphoma and Drug Reactions -- Drug-Induced Alopecia -- Drug Eruptions of the Scalp -- Drug Reactions in the Nail in Cutaneous Drug Eruptions -- Drug Eruptions and Generalized Exfoliative Erythroderma -- Stevens?Johnson Syndrome and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis -- Drug-induced Delayed Multi-organ Hypersensitivity Syndrome -- Acute Generalized Exanthematous Pustulosis -- Cutaneous Drug Reactions to Anticoagulants -- Antiepileptic Medications and Cutaneous Drug Reactions -- Chemotherapy and Cutaneous Drug Reactions -- Tyrosine Kinase Medications and the Skin -- Medical Therapies and Their effects on Skin Cancer -- Cutaneous Reactions to BRAF Inhibitors -- Cutaneous Reactions to Corticosteroids -- Cutaneous Reactions to Retinoids -- Neutrophilic Dermatoses -- Granulomatous Drug Reactions -- Cutaneous Drug Reactions in Patients Infected with Human Immunodeficiency Virus -- Pediatric Drug Eruptions of the Skin.
  • 2014 Springer
    Thomaidis, Vasilios K.
    "This textbook, containing a plethora of illustrations and pictures, will serve as an atlas and as a superb guide to the use of cutaneous flaps in head and neck reconstruction. Each chapter depicts, in a layered manner, the anatomy of a particular donor site from which flaps are derived and used in head and neck defects, providing systematic steps in understanding the topographical anatomy of the various tissue layers. The flaps derived from each donor site are presented in detail, with step-by-step instructions in flap design and harvesting techniques based in anatomy. The author uses numerous high-quality color illustrations drawn from his own practice in order to demonstrate the techniques. His combined expertise as a maxillofacial surgeon and an assistant professor of anatomy enables him to explain clearly the transition from basic science anatomy to applied anatomy and to document reconstructive surgical techniques in precise detail. This beautifully illustrated book, including many basic and advanced flap designs, will be an illuminating reference for all who treat defects in the head and neck area."--Publisher's website.
  • 2014 Springer
    Cualing, Hernani D.; Hoang, Mai P.; Kadin, Marshall E.; Morgan, Michael B.
    This volume explores the nexus of manifestations of hematopathology and dermatopathology and provides a novel compartmental(epidermal, dermal, subcutaneous) -based framework to approach a diagnosis that considers both pseudolymphomatous and lymphomatous patterns. Through photographs, tables, and text, the book illustrates the range of non-neoplastic hematologic disorders and their neoplastic counterparts in skin: reactive patterns of infectious etiology and immune responses that simulate cutaneous lymphomas. The epidemiology, pathobiology, clinical and immuno-histopathologic manifestations in skin as well as the approach to diagnosis, selection and algorithmic interpretation of tests, and prognosis are also described. Written by experts in the field, Cutaneous Hematopathology: Approach to the Diagnosis of Atypical Lymphoid-Hematopoietic Infiltrates in Skin is a comprehensive resource that is of great value to surgical pathologists, hematopathologists, dermatopathologists, residents and fellows, community dermatologists, oncologists and infectious disease practitioners.
  • 2005 Springer
    Kuhn, Annegret; Lehmann, Percy; Ruzicka, Thomas.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • v. 2, 2006. Springer
    Burg, Günter; LeBoit, P. E.
    v. 2 Unusual cases.
    Also available: Print – v. 2, 2006.
  • 2013 Springer
    Bilo, Rob A. C.
    The skin is the most accessible organ of the body and also the most frequently injured organ in physical abuse of children. The interpretation of skin lesions, however, is not always simple. In recent years, many reports have been published on pediatric dermatological disorders and accidental injuries that were unjustly regarded as physical signs of child abuse. Knowledge of the differential diagnosis of unexplained skin findings is essential for accurate diagnosis and of vital importance given that errors in either direction (false positive or false negative) can have disastrous consequences.
  • 2012 Springer
    Grossman, Marc E.
    Subcutaneous and deep mycoses -- Hyalohyphomycosis -- Superficial mycoses -- Algae -- Mycobacteria -- Viruses -- Rickettsiae -- Crusted scabies -- Protozoa -- Helminth -- Spirochete -- Gram-Positive bacteria -- Gram-negative bacteria -- Viral related malignancies -- Clues to the diagnosis of skin lesions in the immunocompromised host -- Differential diagnoses.
  • 2011 Springer
    Argenyi, Zsolt; Jokinen, Chris H.
    The Peripheral Nerve and Cutaneous Neural Tumors: Introduction, Definitions, and Classification -- Special Techniques for the Study of Cutaneous Neural Tumors -- Nonneoplastic and Hamartomatous Lesions of the Cutaneous Peripheral Nerve -- Benign Cutaneous Neoplasms with Peripheral Nerve Differentiation -- Malignant Cutaneous Neoplasms with Peripheral Nerve Differentiation -- Cutaneous Proliferations with Putative Neural Differentiation -- Cutaneous Neuroblastic and Ganglion Cell Proliferations -- Cutaneous Glial and Meningothelial Proliferations -- Appendix: Practical Approach to Neural Tumors? Flowcharts and Differential Diagnostic Table.
  • 2009
    Verghese, A.
  • 2006 CRCnetBASE
    Dzombak, David A.; Ghosh, Rajat S.; Wong-Chong, George M.
  • ScienceDirect
    Glazer, Alexander N.; Packer, Lester.
    Also available: Print – 1988
  • 2008
    Hudnell, H. Kenneth.
    Overview -- Occurance workgroup -- Causes, prevention, and mitigation workgroup -- Toxins workgroup -- Analytical methods workgroup -- Human health effects workgroup -- Ecosystem effects workgroup -- Risk assessment workgroup.
  • 2005 CRCnetBASE
    Falconer, Ian R.
  • 2009
    Kim, James H.; Gibb, Herman J.; Iannucci, Annette.
  • 2007 CRCnetBASE
    Beavo, Joe; Francis, Sharron H.; Houslay, Miles D.
  • 2013 Springer Protocols
    Gehring, Christoph.
    Over the last two decades there has been a growing interest in cyclic nucleotide research in plants with an emphasis on the elucidation of the roles of cGMP and cAMP. In Cyclic Nucleotide Signaling in Plants: Methods and Protocols, expert researchers in the field detail many approaches to better understand the biological role of this important signaling system. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology [trademark] series format, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and key tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Authoritative and practical, Cyclic Nucleotide Signaling in Plants: Methods and Protocols seeks to aid scientist in further understanding signal transduction and the molecular mechanisms underlying cellular signaling.
  • 2008 Springer
    Ip, Nancy Yuk-Yu; Tsai, Li-Huei.
  • 2015 Springer Protocols
    Orzáez, Mar; Pérez-Payá, Enrique; Sancho Medina, Mónica.
    Immunoprecipitation of Cdy-Cyclin complexes for determination of kinase activity / Edurne Gallastegui and Oriol Bachs -- Expression and purification of recombinant cyclins and CDKs for activity evaluation / Edurne Gallastegui and Oriol Bachs -- Expression and purification of recombinant CDKs : CDK7, CDK8, and CDK9 / Reena Pinbero and Krassi,ir Yankulov -- Preparation of CDK/Cyclin inhibitor complexes for structural determination / Asterios I. Grigoroudis and George Kontopidis -- Fragment-based De Novo design of cyclin-dependent kinase 2 inhibitors / R Sunil Kumar Tripathi, Poonam Singh, and Sanjeev Kumar Singh -- Protein-protein interaction for the De Novo design of cyclin-dependent kinase peptide inhibitors / Karthiga Arumugasamy [and three others] -- Identification of cylin A bingers with a fluorescent peptide sensor / Elena Pazos, José L. Mascareñas, and Eugenio Vazquez -- Cell synchronization techniques to study the action of CDK inhibitors / Beatriz Pérez-Benavente and Rosa Farrás -- Analysis of CDK inhibitor action on mitochondria-mediated apoptosis / Anna Gortat -- Evaluating the effects of CDK inhibitors is ischemia-reperfusion injury models / Tatiana Guevara -- Assessing cell cycle independent function of the CDK inhibitor p21[superscript]CDKNIA in DNA repair / Ilaria Dutto, Micol Tillhon, and Ennio Properi -- Drug delivery strategies of chemical CDK inhibitors / Daniel Alvira and Laura Mondragon -- Animal models for studying the in vitro functions of cell cycle CDKs / Sanjiv Risal, Deepak Adhikari, and Kui Liu -- Evaluating chemical CDK inhibitors as cell death inducers / Hiroshi Hirai and Yoko Nakatsuru.
  • 2008 Springer Protocols
    Ayoub, Samir S.; Flower, R. J.; Seed, Michael P.
    Part I. In vitro protocols for studying expression and activity of cyclooxygenase enzymes and characterisation of their inhibition patterns -- 1. In vitro cyclo-oxygenase expression and activity protocols : introduction to Part I / Roderick J. Flower -- 2. Techniques used to study regulation of cyclooxygenase-2 promoter sites / Hiroyasu Inoue and Rieko Nakata -- 3. Purification of recombinant human COX-1 and COX-2 / James K. Gierse -- 4. Cloning and expression of cyclooxygenase-1 and cyclooxygenase-2 / Nicholas R. Staten and Beverly A. Reitz -- 5. Expression of cyclooxygenase isoforms in the baculovirus expression system / John C. Hunter, Natalie M. Myres, and Daniel L. Simmons -- 6. Peroxidase active site activity assay / Kelsey C. Duggan, Joel Musee, and Lawrence J. Marnett -- 7. Study of inhibitors of the PGH synthases for which potency Is regulated by the redox state of the enzymes / Olivier Boutaud and John A. Oates -- 8. Different methods for testing potential cyclooxygenase-1 and cyclooxygenase-2 inhibitors / Stefan Laufer and Sabine Luik -- 9. In vitro cyclooxygenase activity assay in tissue homogenates / Samir S. Ayoub -- 10. Techniques used to characterize the binding of cyclooxygenase Inhibitors to the cyclooxygenase active site / William F. Hood -- 11. In vitro Assays for cyclooxygenase activity and inhibitor characterization / Mark C. Walker and James K. Gierse -- -- Part II. Extraction and measurement of prostanoids and isoprostanes -- 12. Extraction and measurement of prostanoids and isoprostanes : introduction to Part II / Paola Patrignani -- 13. Prostanoid extraction and measurement / Lorenzo Polenzani and Samir S. Ayoub -- 14. Measurement of 8-iso-prostaglandin F2a in biological fluids as a measure of lipid peroxidation / Stefania Tacconelli, Marta L. Capone, and Paola Patrignani -- -- Part III. In vivo models to study involvement of cyclooxygenase products in health and disease -- 15. In vivo models to study cyclooxygenase products in health and disease: introduction to Part III / Derek W. Gilroy, Melanie Stables, and Justine Newson -- 16. Protocols to assess the gastrointestinal side effects resulting from inhibition of Cyclo-Oxygenase isoforms / Brendan J.R. Whittle -- 17. Cyclooxygenase enzymes and their products in the carrageenan-induced pleurisy in rats / Adrian R. Moore, Samir S. Ayoub, and Michael P. Seed -- 18. Iloprost-induced nociception : determination of the site of anti-nociceptive action of cyclooxygenase inhibitors and the Involvement of cyclooxygenase products in central mechanisms of nociception / Samir S. Ayoub and Regina M. Botting.
  • v. 1-14, 1956.
    Bortz, Edward L.; Piersol, George Morris.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2011 Springer
    Dalton, J. P.; Robinson, Mark W.
    "Cysteine proteases expressed by pathogenic organisms play key roles in virulence including host entry, feeding and suppression of host immune responses. This book gives comprehensive coverage to all aspects of pathogen cysteine proteases and brings together numerous scientific advances which have been made over many years. Thus, the biochemistry, molecular biology and structure function relationships of these important pathogen enzymes are covered in detail. Written by leading researchers from Europe, Australia and North America, this book is essential reading for students and professionals interested in human medicine and infectious disease research"--Provided by publisher.
    Also available: Print – 2011
  • 2011 Springer Protocols
    Amaral, Margarida D.; Kunzelmann, Karl.
    Introduction to section I : the relevance of CF diagnostic tools for measuring restoration of CFTR function after therapeutic interventions in human clinical trials / Kris De Boeck and Melissa Ashlock -- High-throughput screening of libraries of compounds to identify CFTR modulators / Nicoletta Pedemonte, Olga Zegarra-Moran, and Luis J.V. Galietta -- Repair of CFTR folding defects with correctors that function as pharmacological chaperones / Tip W. Loo and David M. Clarke -- Use of primary cultures of human bronchial epithelial cells isolated from cystic fibrosis patients for the pre-clinical testing of CFTR modulators / Timothy Neuberger ... [et al.] -- Design of gene therapy trials in CF patients / Jane C. Davies and Eric W.F.W. Alton -- Nasal potential difference measurements to assess CFTR ion channel activity / Steven M. Rowe, John Paul Clancy, and Michael Wilschanski -- Measurement of ion transport function in rectal biopsies / Martin J. Hug ... [et al.] -- Introduction to section II: RNA Methods to approach CFTR expression / Ann Harris -- Quantification of CFTR transcripts / Anabela S. Ramalho, Luka A. Clarke, and Margarida D. Amaral -- Nonsense-mediated mRNA decay and cystic fibrosis / Liat Linde and Batsheva Kerem -- Approaches to study CFTR Pre-mRNA splicing defects / Elisa Goina, Eugenio Fernandez-Alanis, and Franco Pagani -- Impact of microRNA in normal and pathological respiratory epithelia / Lisa Giovannini-Chami ... [et al.] -- Genomic approaches to studying CFTR transcriptional regulation / Christopher J. Ott and Ann Harris -- Introduction to section III : biochemical methods to study CFTR protein / Margarida D. Amaral and Gergely L. Lukacs -- Analysis of CFTR folding and degradation in transiently transfected cells / Diane E. Grove ... [et al.] -- In vitro methods for CFTR biogenesis / Yoshihiro Matsumura, LeeAnn Rooney, and William R. Skach -- Analysis of CFTR interactome in the macromolecular complexes / Chunying Li and Anjaparavanda P. Naren -- Methods to monitor cell surface expression and endocytic trafficking of CFTR in polarized epithelial cells / Jennifer M. Bomberger, William B. Guggino, and Bruce A. Stanton -- Segmental and subcellular distribution of CFTR in the kidney / Francois Jouret, Pierre J. Courtoy, and Olivier Devuyst -- Endocytic sorting of CFTR variants monitored by single-cell fluorescence ratiometric image analysis (FRIA) in living cells / Herve Barriere ... [et al.] -- Introduction to section IV: biophysical methods to approach CFTR structure / Juan L. Mendoza, Andre Schmidt, and Philip J. Thomas -- CFTR three-dimensional structure / Robert C. Ford ... [et al.] -- Molecular modeling tools and approaches for CFTR and cystic fibrosis / Adrian W.R. Serohijos, Patrick H. Thibodeau, and Nikolay V. Dokholyan -- Biochemical and biophysical approaches to probe CFTR structure / Andre Schmidt, Juan L. Mendoza, and Philip J. Thomas -- NMR spectroscopy to study the dynamics and interactions of CFTR / Voula Kanelis, P. Andrew Chong, and Julie D. Forman-Kay -- Introduction to section V : assessment of CFTR function / Karl Kunzelmann -- Application of high-resolution single-channel recording to functional studies of cystic fibrosis mutants / Zhiwei Cai ... [et al.] -- Electrophysiological, biochemical, and bioinformatic methods for studying CFTR channel gating and its regulation / Laszlo Csanady ... [ et al.] -- CFTR regulation by phosphorylation / Rodrigo Alzamora, J Darwin King, and Kenneth R. Hallows -- How to measure CFTR-dependent bicarbonate transport : from single channels to the intact epithelium / Martin J. Hug, Lane L. Clarke, and Michael A. Gray.
  • 2011 Springer Protocols
    Amaral, Margarida D.; Kunzelmann, Karl.
    Overview of approaches to study cystic fibrosis pathophysiology / Mark T. Clunes and Richard C. Boucher -- Imaging CFTR protein localization in cultured cells and tissues / Silvia M. Kreda and Martina Gentzsch -- CFTR regulation of epithelial sodium channel / Yawar J. Qadri [and others] -- Methods for evaluating inflammation in cystic fibrosis / Assem G. Ziady and Pamela B. Davis -- Methods for ASL measurements and mucus transport rates in cell cultures / Erin N. Worthington and Robert Tarran -- Measurement of fluid secretion from intact airway submucosal glands / Jeffrey J. Wine [and others] -- Measurements of intracellular calcium signals in polarized primary cultures of normal and cystic fibrosis human airway epithelia / Carla M.P. Ribeiro -- Identification and quantification of mucin expression / Kristina A. Thomsson and Gunnar C. Hansson -- Methods to classify bacterial pathogens in cystic fibrosis / Thomas Bjarnsholt [and others] -- Approaches to study differentiation and repair of human airway epithelial cells / Sophie Crespin [and others] -- Omics in the biology of cystic fibrosis / William E. Balch -- Microarray mRNA expression profiling to study cystic fibrosis / Shyam Ramachandran [and others] -- Quantitative differential proteomics of cystic fibrosis cell models by SILAC (Stable Isotope Labelling in Cell Culture) / Ida Chiara Guerrera [and others] -- Application of mass spectrometry to study proteomics and interactomics in cystic fibrosis / William E. Balch and John R. Yates III -- Functional genomics assays to study CFTR traffic and ENaC function / Joana Almaca [and others] -- New lipidomic approaches in cystic fibrosis / Mario Ollero [and others] -- Resources for CFTR research / Margarida D. Amaral -- Primary epithelial cell models for cystic fibrosis research / Scott H. Randell [and others] -- Comparative biology of cystic fibrosis animal models / John T. Fisher, Yulong Zhang, and John F. Engelhardt -- CFTR folding consortium : methods available for studies of CFTR folding and correction / Kathryn W. Peters [and others] -- Evaluation of the disease liability of CFTR variants / Patrick R. Sosnay [and others].
  • 1979-
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2006 Karger
    Bush, Andrew.
    The CFTR gene: structure, mutations and specific therapeutic approaches / Nissim-Rafinia, M., Linde, L., Kerem, B. -- Exquisite and multilevel regulation of CFTR expression / Trezise, A.E.O. -- Intracellular processing of CFTR / Barriere, H., Lukacs, G.L. -- Structure of the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator / Stratford, F.L.L., Bear, C.E. -- Function of CFTR protein: ion transport / Chen, J.-H. ... [et al.] -- Cystic fibrosis. Function of CFTR Protein: regulatory functions / Coakley, R.D., Stutts, M.J. -- Function of CFTR protein: developmental role / Gill, D., Larson, J.E. -- Genotype-phenotype correlations in cystic fibrosis / Dorfman, R., Zielenski, J. -- Diagnosis of cystic fibrosis, CFTR-related disease and screening / Karczeski, B.A., Cutting, G.R. -- CF modifier genes / Griesenbach, U., Alton, E.W.F.W., Davies, J.C. -- Animal models / Dorin, J.R -- In vitro/ex vivo fluorescence assays of CFTR chloride channel function / Verkman, A.S., Galietta, L.J.V. -- In vivo measurement of airway potential difference to assess CFTR function in man / Middleton, P., Alton, E.W.F.W. -- Arrays and proteomics / Ogilvie, V.C., MacGregor, G. -- Pathogenesis of pulmonary disease in cystic fibrosis / Mall, M., Boucher, R.C. -- Infection versus inflammation / Ziady, A.G., Davis, P.B. -- Pseudomonas aeruginosa: clinical research / Armstrong, D. -- Pseudomonas aeruginosa: basic research / Scott, F.W., Pitt, T.L. -- Other gram-negative organisms: Burkholderia cepacia complex and Stenotrophomonas maltophilia / Govan, J.R.W. -- Staphylococcus aureus and MRSA / Conway, S., Denton, M. -- Nontuberculous mycobacterial lung disease in patients with cystic fibrosis / Griffith, D.E -- Respiratory fungal infections and allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis / Que, C., Geddes, D. -- Advanced disease management and advances in transplant medicine / Carby, M.R., Hodson, M.E. -- Current and novel antimicrobial approaches / Davies, J.C. -- Anti-inflammatory agents: a clinical perspective / Hilliard, T.N., Balfour-Lynn, I.M. -- Recent advances in infant and pre-school lung function / Ranganathan, S. -- Recent advances in imaging / Oikonomou, A., Hansell, D.M. -- New pharmacological approaches for treatment of cystic fibrosis / Rubenstein, R.C. -- Gene and stem cell therapy / Boyd, A.C. -- Gut disease: clinical manifestations, pathophysiology, current and new treatments / Taylor, C.J., Hardcastle, J. -- Pancreatic involvement: clinical manifestations, pathophysiology and new treatments / Lindley, K.J. -- Cystic fibrosis: liver disease / Westaby, D. -- Fertility, contraception, incontinence and pregnancy / Thorpe-Beeston, J.G. -- Arthritis, vasculitis and bone disease / Elkin, S. -- Diabetes in cystic fibrosis / Bridges, N., Spowart, K. -- Challenges for nurses / Madge, S. -- Dietetics / Wolfe, S., Morton, A. -- Physiotherapy / Pryor, J.A. ... [et al.] -- Psychological interventions / Bryon, M. -- The future / Bush, A. ... [et al.].
  • 2002 Springer Protocols
    Skach, William.
  • 2007
    Bush, Andrew; Geddes, Duncan M.; Hodson, Margaret E.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    History of cystic fibrosis / James M. Littlewood -- Epidemiology of cystic fibrosis / Sarah Walters and Anil Mehta -- Molecular biology of cystic fibrosis : CFTR processing and functions, and classes of mutations / Malka Nissim-Rafinia, Batsheva Kerem, and Eitan Kerem -- Pathophysiology : epithelial cell biology and ion channel function in the lung, sweat gland, and pancreas / Raymond D. Coakley and Richard C. Boucher -- Immunology of cystic fibrosis / Gerd Döring and Felix Ratjen -- Genotype-phenotype correlations and modifier genes / Jane C. Davies -- Variability of clinical course in cystic fibrosis / Michael Schechter -- Diagnosis of cystic fibrosis / Colin Wallis -- The challenge of screening newborn infants for cystic fibrosis / Kevin W. Southern -- How to manage the screened patient / Philip Robinson -- Microbiology of cystic fibrosis : role of the clinical microbiology laboratory, susceptibility and synergy studies, and infection control / Samiya Razvi and Lisa Saiman -- Respiratory disease : infection / Ian M. Balfour-Lynn and J. Stuart Elborn -- Respiratory disease : non-infectious complications / Margaret Hodson and Andrew Bush -- Sleep, lung mechanics, and work of breathing, including NIPPV / Brigitte Fauroux and Annick Clément -- Delivery of therapy to the cystic fibrosis lung / Harm A.W.M. Tiddens and Sunalene G. Devadason -- The upper airway in cystic fibrosis / William E. Grant -- Gastrointestinal disease in cystic fibrosis / Ian Gooding and David Westaby -- Liver, biliary, and pancreatic disease / Vicky Dondos and David Westaby -- Insulin deficiency and diabetes related to cystic fibrosis / Christopher D. Sheldon and Lee Dobson -- Growth and puberty / Nicola Bridges -- Cystic-fibrosis-related low bone mineral density / Sarah L. Elkin and Charles S. Haworth -- Other system disorders in cystic fibrosis / Khin Ma Gyi -- Sexual and reproductive health / Susan M. Sawyer -- Transplantation / Paul Aurora, Khin Gyi, and Martin Carby -- Using databases to improve care / Sheila G. McKenzie and Margaret E. Hodson -- Infant and pre-school children : lung function / Sarath Ranganathan -- Infant and pre-school children : role of bronchoscopy / Gary Connett -- Infant and pre-school children : imaging the lungs / Samatha Sonnappa and Catherine M. Owens -- Physiological monitoring of older children and adults / Mark Rosenthal -- Exercise : testing / David M. Orenstein and Wolfgang Gruber -- Exercise : use in therapy / David M. Orenstein and Linda W. Higgins -- Clinical outcome measures to assess new treatments for CF lung disease / Jane C. Davies and Eric W.F.W. Alton on behalf of the UKCF Gene Therapy Consortium -- Cystic fibrosis center care / Penny Agent and Susan Madge -- Nursing care / Susan Madge and Christine Hockings -- Physiotherapy / Craig Lapin, Anne Lapin, and Jennifer A. Pryor -- Nutritional aspects / Sue Wolfe and Sarah Collins -- Psychological aspects of cystic fibrosis / Alistair J.A. Duff and Helen Oxley -- Palliative care in cystic fibrosis / Catherine E. Urch and Margaret E. Hodson -- Gene and stem cell therapy / Uta Griesenbach and Eric W.F.W. Alton on behalf of the UKCF Gene Therapy Consortium -- Non-gene therapy treatments : what will they deliver? / Adam Jaffé and Pierre Barker -- The future : how will management change? / Andrew Bush and Duncan Geddes -- Transition form / Susan Madge and Jacqueline Francis -- Practical nursing care required by the cystic fibrosis patient and its delivery / Frances Duncan-Skingle and Tracey Catling.
  • 2014 Springer
    Brutto, Oscar H. del; García, Héctor H.
    Neurocysticercosis (neural infection by larvae of Taenia solium) occurs when humans become intermediate hosts of the tapeworm Taenia solium after ingesting its eggs, usually directly from a Taenia carrier. Nowadays, the disease is the most common helminthic infection of the nervous system in humans, and a major cause of acquired epilepsy. It has long been endemic in developing countries of Latin America, sub-Saharan Africa, the Indian subcontinent, and Southeast Asia. Recently, however, mass migration from endemic to non-endemic areas and growth in overseas travel have resulted in an increase in the prevalence of cysticercosis in countries where it was formerly considered exotic. The introduction of modern neuroimaging and serologic techniques has improved the diagnosis of neurocysticercosis, and the development of potent cysticidal drugs has changed the prognosis of most affected patients. Nevertheless, much remains to be learned about this parasitic disease. This book provides a comprehensive and up-to-date review of the various aspects of cysticercosis of the nervous system that will be of interest to all who are involved in the care of patients with the disease. Epidemiology, neuropathology, immunopathogenesis, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, and management are all thoroughly discussed based on current evidence and practice.
  • 2015 Springer
    Ortiz de Montellano, Paul R.
    This authoritative Fourth Edition summarizes the advances of the past decade concerning the structure, mechanism, and biochemistry of cytochrome P450 enzymes, with sufficient coverage of earlier work to make each chapter a comprehensive review of the field. Thirteen chapters are divided into two detailed volumes, the first covering the fundamentals of cytochrome P450 biochemistry, as well as the microbial, plant, and insect systems, and the second exclusively focusing on mammalian systems. Volume 1 begins with an exploration of the biophysics and mechanistic enzymology of cytochrome P450 enzymes, with a discussion of the structures of P450 enzymes and their electron donor partners, the mechanisms of oxygen activation and substrate oxidation, and the approaches and nature of cytochrome P450 inhibition. Two more chapters discuss the nature and roles of cytochrome P450 enzymes in microbes, plants and insects, and an eighth chapter is a survey of the potential utility of P450 enzymes in biotechnology. The first chapter of Volume 2 examines the roles of P450 enzymes in mammals, mainly humans. Four further chapters then deal with the genetic and hormonal regulation of P450 enzymes and their specific roles in the processing of sterols and lipids. Cytochrome P450: Structure, Mechanism, and Biochemistry is a key resource for scientists, professors, and students interested in fields as diverse as biochemistry, chemistry, biophysics, molecular biology, pharmacology and toxicology.
  • 2014 Springer
    Dey, Aparajita.
    The book deals with various clinical aspects of cytochrome P450 2E1 (CYP2E1) which is a potent source for oxidative stress. Oxidative stress is critical for pathogenesis of diseases and CYP2E1 is a major contributor for oxidative stress. Several clinical disorders are associated with changes in regulation of CYP2E1 and the consequent abnormalities which include alcoholic liver disease, alcoholic pancreatitis, carcinogenesis, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, non-alcoholic steatohepatitis, obesity, hepatitis C virus infection, reproductive organ toxicity, hepatocellular and cholestatic liver cirrhosis, inhibition of bone repair, cross-tolerance in smokers and people treated with nicotine, disorders of central nervous system, changes in metabolism of protoxicants in the circulatory system and susceptibility to human papillomavirus infection. Hence, CYP2E1 emerges as a new and potent player in aggravating injury and furthering disease complications.
  • ScienceDirect
    Johnson, Eric F.; Waterman, Michael R.
    Also available: Print – 1991
  • ScienceDirect
    Johnson, Eric F.; Waterman, Michael R.
    Also available: Print – 1996
  • 2002 ScienceDirect
    Johnson, Eric F.; Waterman, Michael R.
    Also available: Print – 2002
  • 2013 Springer Protocols
    Ortiz de Montellano, Paul R.; Phillips, Ian R.; Shephard, Elizabeth A.
    This volume provides a wide range of techniques accessible to researchers in biochemistry, molecular biology, pharmacology, toxicology, environmental biology and genetics. It features step-by-step, readily reproducible protocols and notes on troubleshooting.
  • 2014 Springer Protocols
    Vancurova, Ivana.
    Control of pro-inflammatory cytokine release from human monocytes with the use of an interleukin-10 monoclonal antibody / Hardik Patel and Dennis Davidson -- Cytokine-induced neutrophil chemotaxis assay / Dennis Davidson and Hardik Patel -- In vitro one-dimensional assay to study growth factor-regulated tumor cell-macrophage interaction / Ved P. Sharma, Brian T. Beaty, Dianne Cox, John S. Condeelis, and Robert J. Eddy -- Chemotactic responses by macrophages to a directional source of a cytokine delivered by a micropipette / Michael Cammer and Dianne Cox -- Assessment of phagocytic activity of cultured macrophages using fluorescence microscopy and flow cytometry / Lokesh Sharma ... [e tal.] -- Assessment of cytokine-modulated proteasome activity / Christopher J. Kirk, Saul R. Powell, and Edmund J. Miller -- Evaluation of the adverse effect of low concentration of cadmium on interleukin-4 induced class switch recombination in burkett's lymphoma Raji cell line / Vladimir Poltoratsky -- Mix-and-measure assay for determining the activation status of endogenous Cdc42 in cytokine-stimulated macrophage cell lysates / Veronika Miskolci ... [et al] -- Analysis of the cell surface expression of cytokine receptors using the surface protein biotinylation method / Mahmud Arif Pavel -- Detection of CXCR2 cytokine receptor surface expression using immunofluorescence / Clarissa Lam ... [et al.] -- Detecting Tie2, an endothelial growth factor receptor, by using immunohistochemistry in mouse lungs / Prajna P. Guha, Sascha A. David, and Chandra C. Ghosh -- Use of shRNA for stable suppression of chemokine receptor expression and function in human cancer cell lines / Nicole Salazar ... [et al.] -- Intracellular staining and detection of cytokines by fluorescence-activated flow cytometry / Giulia Freer -- Cytokine detection by flow cytometry / Jian-Ge Qiu ... [et al.] -- Analysis of IL-17 production by flow cytometry and ELISPOT assays / Ling Zhao ... [et al] -- Interleukin-1 (IL-1) immunohistochemistry assay in oral squamous cell carcinoma / Takaaki Kamatani -- Immunofluorescence and subsequent confocal microscopy of intracellular TNF in human neutrophils / Janet Rollins and Veronika Miskolci -- Evaluating cytoplasmic and nuclear levels of inflammatory cytokines in cancer cells by western blotting / Himavanth R. Gatla ... [et al.] -- Western analysis of intracellular interleukin-8 in human mononuclear leukocytes / Veronika Miskolci ... [et al.] -- Quantitative analysis of bortezomib-induced IL-8 gene expression in ovarian cancer cells / Bipradeb Singha ... [et al.]
  • 2014 Springer
    Yoshimoto, Takayuki; Yoshimoto, Tomohiro.
    The Interleukin-1 Family / Charles A. Dinarello and Mihai G. Netea -- IL-6 and Inflammatory Diseases / Daisuke Kamimura, Yasunobu Arima, Toshio Hirano, Hideki Ogura, and Masaaki Murakami -- The Roles of IL-17A and IL-17F in Infection and Inflammatory Disorders / Harumichi Ishigame and Susumu Nakae -- IL-18 / Wen Li, Yoshimasa Tanaka, and Haruki Okamura -- Interleukin-21: a Pleiotropic Mediator of Immunity and Inflammation with Broad Therapeutic Potential / Rosanne Spolski and Warren J. Leonard -- Interleukin-22: A Bridge Between Epithelial Innate Host Defense and Immune Cells / Xiaoting Wang and Wenjun Ouyang -- IL-23 in Health and Disease / Jonathan P. Sherlock, Luis A. Zuniga, and Daniel J. Cua -- IL-36: An Epithelial Cytokine Important in Psoriasis / John E. Sims, Solenne Vigne, Cem Gabay, and Jennifer E. Towne -- Anti-TNF Therapy: 20 Years from Our First Therapeutic Adventure / Jagdeep Nanchahal, Peter Taylor, Richard Williams, and Marc Feldmann -- Interleukin-25: Key Initiator of Type 2 Immune Responses / Hiroshi Nakajima, Tomohiro Tamachi, and Koichi Hirose -- Interleukin-33: Multifunctional Alarmin that Promotes Both Health and Disease / Kazufumi Matsushita and Tomohiro Yoshimoto -- Thymic Stromal Lymphopoietin (TSLP) / Steven F. Ziegler, Florence Roan, Bryan D. Bell, Thomas A. Stoklasek, Masayuki Kitajima, and Hongwei Han -- Interleukin-10: Cytokines in Anti-inflammation and Tolerence / Ashleigh Howes, Philippa Stimpson, Paul Redford, Leona Gabrysova, and Anne O'Garra -- Interleukin-27: Regulation of Immune Responses and Disease Development by a Pleiotropic Cytokine with Pro- and Anti-inflammatory Properties / Izuru Mizoguchi, Kaname Higuchi, Kana Mitobe, Ren Tsunoda, Junichiro Mizuguchi, and Takayuki Yoshimoto -- Interleukin-35: A Novel Mediator of Peripheral Tolerance / Greg M. Delgoffe and Dario A.A. Vignali.
  • 2006 CRCnetBASE
    Vandenbroeck, Koen.
    The biology of cytokines : general principles, properties and lessons from animal models / Davide Agnello and Massimo Gadina -- Genetics of multifactorial disorders / Jorge R. Oksenberg and John D. Rioux -- Statistical approaches to analysis of polymorphisms in multifactorial disorders / An Goris and Mariza de Andrade -- Introduction to integrated bioinformatic resources for cytokine genetics research / Ross Lazarus -- Cytokine gene nucleotide sequence alignments / Jeffrey Bidwell -- SNP genotyping techniques / Pui-Yan Kwok -- The IL1 cluster / Tanja Pessi ... [et al.] -- IL-2 biology and polymorphisms in multifactorial conditions / Fuencisla Matesanz, María Fedetz, and Antonio Alcina -- The chromosome 5q23.1-q 31.1 cluster of cytokines / Tarja Laitinen -- IL10 / Ross Lazarus --; The IL19 subfamily of cytokines / Sulev Kõks ... [et al.] -- The IFNG-IL26-IL22 cytokine gene cluster / Koen Vandenbroeck and An Goris -- TNF polymorphisms and disease / Reginald M. Gorczynski and Ivo Boudakov -- Macrophage migration inhibitory factor (MIF) / Zaynab Alourfi, David W. Ray, and Rachelle Donn -- Polymorphisms of chemokines and their receptors / Bénédicte Puissant, Christophe Combadière, and Elise Lavergne -- Asthma and atopy / Jussi Karjalainen ... [et al.] -- Common rheumatic diseases / Rachael Kilding and Anthony G. Wilson -- Systemic lupus erythematosus / Sandra D'Alfonso -- Sjögren's syndrome / Marja Pertovaara -- Multiple sclerosis / Orhun H. Kantarci and Brian G. Weinshenker --; Type 1 and 2 diabetes / Regine Bergholdt and Flemming Pociot -- Psoriasis / Sulev Kõks ... [et al.] -- Diseases of the gastrointestinal tract / Thomas Höhler -- Pulmonary fibrosis / Berran Yucesoy and Michael I. Luster -- Atherosclerosis / Giuseppina Candore ... [et al.] -- Longevity / Irene Maeve Rea ... [et al.] -- AIDS / Alexandre Vasilescu, Hervé Do, and Jean-Francois Zagury -- Tropical infectious diseases / Thereza Quirico-Santos ... [et al.] -- Suseptibility to infection and severe disease in schistosomiasis / Violaine Arnaud and Christophe Chevillard.
  • 2012 Springer Protocols
    Ley, Marc de.
    A tale of two interferon bioassays : how frustration with discrepant results from slightly dissimilar methods can engender discovery / Alfons Billiau -- The use of real-time quantitative PCR for the analysis of cytokine mRNA levels / Maria Forlenza -- Interleukin-27 induces interferon-inducible genes : analysis of gene expression profiles using Affymetrix microarray and DAVID / Tomozumi Imamichi [and others] -- Quantitative analysis of miRNA expression in epithelial cells and tissues / Markus Bitzer [and others] -- Evaluating posttranscriptional regulation of cytokine genes / Bernd Rattenbacher and Paul R. Bohjanen -- Cloning of cytokine 3' untranslated regions and posttranscriptional assessment using cell-based GFP assay / Latifa Al-Haj and Khalid S.A. Khabar -- Integrin-targeted stabilized nanoparticles for an efficient delivery of siRNAs in vitro and in vivo / Charudharshini Srinivasan, Dan Peer, and Motomu Shimaoka -- Hammerhead ribozyme-mediated knockdown of mRNA for fibrotic growth factors : transforming growth factor-beta 1 and connective tissue growth factor / Paulette M. Robinson [and others] -- Control of the interferon response in RNAi experiments / Jana Nejepinska, Matyas Flemr, and Petr Svoboda -- shRNA-induced interferon-stimulated gene analysis / Núria Morral and Scott R. Witting -- Use of RNA interference to investigate cytokine signal transduction in pancreatic beta cells / Fabrice Moore [and others] -- Ligand affinity chromatography, an indispensable method for the purification of soluble cytokine receptors and binding proteins / Daniela Novick and Menachem Rubinstein -- In vitro stimulation and detection of IFN[alpha] production in human plasmacytoid dendritic cells / William C. Adams and Karin Loré -- A sensitive and versatile cytokine bioassay based on type I interferon signaling in 2fTGH cells / Lennart Zabeau, José Van der Heyden, and Jan Tavernier.
  • 2009/2010
    Schmidt, Tobi L.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2011 CRCnetBASE
    Hunter, Ross J.; Preedy, Victor R.
    1. General and cellular aspects -- 2. Life style factor and life events -- 3. Immunology and infections -- 4. Cancer -- 5. Cardiovascular and metabolic disease -- 6. Organs and tissue systems.
  • 2007 CRCnetBASE
    Plotnikoff, Nicholas P.
    1. Behavioral Effects of Cytokines: A Psychiatrist's Perspective / Ziad Kronfol -- 2. Worried to Death? Stress, Worry, and Immune Dysregulation in Health and HIV -- 3. Psychological Stress and Its Relationship to Cytokines and Inflammatory Diseases / Rama Murali, Margaret D. Hanson, and Edith Chen -- 4. Role of Cytokines in Depression / Ghanshyam N. Pandey and Yogesh Dwivedi -- 5. Loneliness, Dysphoria, Stress, and Immunity: A Role for Cytokines / Louise C. Hawkley, Jos A. Bosch, Christopher G. Engeland, Phillip T. Marucha, and John T. Cacioppo -- 6. Stress, Cytokines, and Peripheral Analgesia / Peter John Cabot -- 7. Alexithymia, Stress, and Immunity / Olivier Guilbaud, Maurice Corcos, and Philippe Jeammet -- 8. Roles of Mu-Opioid Receptor and Endogenous Opiates in Stress-Induced Immunosuppression / Jennifer Kelschenbach, Horace H. Loh, and Sabita Roy -- 9. Stress, Opioid Peptides, and Immune Reponse / Javier Puente, Marion E. Wolf, M. Antonieta Valenzuela, and Aron D. Mosnaim -- 10. Met-Enkephalin in Oxidative Stress / Tihomir Balog, Sandra Soboc̆anec, Vis̆nja S̆verko, Helena Haberstock-Debić, and Tatjana Marotti -- 11. Chronic Stress Induces Death of Lymphocytes / Erwei Sun, Lixin Wei, Arthur I. Roberts, Catherine Liu, and Yufang Shi -- 12. Interleukin-10 and the Hypothalamic--Pituitary--Adrenal Axis / Eric M. Smith, Huolin Tu, and Thomas K. Hughes, Jr. -- 13. Cytokines, Stress, and Depression / Adrian J. Dunn -- 14. Immunoconversion in Acute Phase Response / Istvan Berczi, Andres Quintanar-Stephano, and Kalman Kovacs -- 15. Interferon in Health and Disease / Nachum Dafny, Pamela B. Yang, and Stanley A. Brod -- 16. Neuropeptide Precursor Processing in Immunocytes: Involvement in Neuroimmune Communication / Robert Day and Michel Salzet -- 17.Clinical Relevance of Opioid-Induced Immunosuppression: Are All Drugs Similar? / Paola Sacerdote, Sivia Franchi, and Cataldo Martucci -- 18. Human Retroviruses and the Cytokine Network / Massimo Alfano and Guido Poli -- 19. Psychiatric Toxicity of Interferon: A Model for Understanding the Etiology of Major Depression and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? -- 20. Role of Genetic Predisposition, Cytokines, and Neuroendocrine Response in Development of Thyroid Autoimmunity / Antonio Martocchia and Paolo Falaschi -- 21. Gender Differences, Stress, and Immunity / Nicholas P. Plotnikoff and Robert E. Faith.
  • 2005 Springer
    Platanias, Leonidas C.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2008 ScienceDirect
    Korneva, E. A.; Phelps, Christopher.
  • 2006
    Benveniste, Etty N.; Ransohoff, Richard M.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2006 Springer
    Asadullah, K.; Dinarello, Charles A.; Numerof, R.
  • 2010 Karger
    Hills, Andrew P.; Jürimäe, Jaak; Jürimäe, T.
    An overview of physical growth and maturation / Hills, A.P., Byrne, N.M. -- Role of various cytokines and growth factors in pubertal development / Casazza, K., Hanks, L.J., Alvarez, J.A. -- Body composition differences in normal weight, obese-overweight, and anorexic adolescents : role of adipocytokines / Ondrak, K.S., Hackney, A.C. -- Inflammatory cytokines and metabolic risk factors during growth and maturation : influence of physical activity / Rubin, D.A., Hackney, A.C. -- Visfatin and adiponectin levels in children : relationships with physical activity and metabolic parameters / Mäestu, J., Jürimäe, J., Jürimäe, T. -- Ghrelin and obestatin concentrations during puberty : relationships with adiposity, nutrition, and physical activity / King, N.A., Gibbons, C.H., Martins, C. -- Menstrual irregularities and energy deficiency in physically active women : the role of ghrelin, PYY, and adipocytokines / Scheid, J.L., De Souza, M.J. -- Influence of ghrelin and adipocytokines on bone mineral density in adolescent female athletes with amenorrhea and eumenorrheic athletes / Russell, M., Misra, M. -- Bone turnover markers during pubertal development : relationships with growth factors and adipocytokines / Jürimäe, J., Mäestu, J., Jürimäe, T. -- Exercise training, physical fitness, and the growth hormone-insulin-like growth factor-1 axis and cytokine balance / Eliakim, A., Nemet, D. -- Growth hormone-insulin-like growth factor-1 and inflammatory response to a single exercise bout in children and adolescents / Nemet, D., Eliakim, A. -- Effect of acute and chronic exercise on ghrelin and adipocytokines during pubertal development / Kraemer, R.R., Castracane, V.D.
  • 2007 Springer Protocols
    Descotes, Jacques; House, Robert V.
    Introduction to cytokines as targets for immunomodulation / Theresa L. Whiteside -- Cytokine measurement tools for immunotoxicology / Rob J. Vandebriel -- The relevance of the T1/T2 paradigm in immunotoxicology: example of drug hypersensitivity reactions / Hervé Lebrec and John Vasilakos -- Microbial exploitation and subversion of the human chemokine network / James E. Pease -- The use of cytokines in the identification and characterization of chemical allergens / Rebecca J. Dearman and Ian Kimber -- Inflammatory cytokines and lung toxicity / Debra L. Laskin ... [et al.] -- Cytokine polymorphisms and relationship to disease / Berran Yucesoy ... [et al.] -- Effects of drugs of abuse on cytokine responses / Stephen B. Pruett -- Preclinical approaches for safety assessment of cytokines / Peter T. Thomas and Melissa S. Beck-Westermeyer -- Flu-like syndrome and cytokines / Jacques Descotes and Thierry Vial -- Cytokine-induced vascular leak syndrome / Roxana G. Baluna -- Cytokines and autoimmune diseases: from the control of autoimmune diseases with anti-cytokine treatment to the induction of autoimmunity with cytokine treatment / Pierre Miossec -- Evaluation of antibodies in clinical trials of cytokines / Steven Swanson -- Cytokines and pharmacokinetic drug interactions / Kenneth W. Renton -- Evaluation of the immunological effects of cytokines administered to patients with cancer / Michael J. Robertson -- Clinical adverse effects of cytokines on the immune system / Thierry Vial and Jacques Descotes.
  • 2007 Springer
    Caligiuri, Michael A.; Lotze, Michael T.
    Helicobacter pylori and cytokines in the genesis of gastric cancer / Richard M. Peek, Jr. -- HTLV-1, cytokines, and cancer / Michael Lairmore and Lee Ratner -- Herpesviruses, cytokines, and cancer / Frank J. Jenkins and Heather R. Hensler -- Tumor necrosis factor and cancer / Mark DeWitte ... [et al.] -- Transforming growth factor-[beta] and cancer / Alyssa R. Bonine-Summers, Brian K. Law, and Harold L. Moses -- Interleukin-1 family of cytokines and cancer / Michael T. Lotze--Interleukin-4/13 and cancer / Koji Kawakami and Raj K. Puri -- Interleukin-6 and Castleman's disease / Norihiro Nishimoto -- Interleukin-10 (IL-10): biology, immune, regulation, and cancer / Shin-ichiro Fujii and Michael T. Lotze -- Cytokines in multiple myeloma: therapeutic implications / Dharminder Chauhan, Teru Hideshima, and Kenneth C. Anderson -- In vivo murine cytokine models and the genesis of cancer / Todd A. Fehniger, Megan A. Cooper, Michael A. Caligiuri -- Experimental models of cytokines and cancer prevention / Mark J. Smyth ... [et al.] -- Cytokines in the tumor stroma / Michael C. Ostrowski -- Cytokines and tumor angiogenesis / Sharmila Roy-Chowdhury and Charles K. Brown -- Chemokine and receptor expression in tumor progression / Paola Allavena, Federica Marchesi, and Alberto Mantovani -- The biology of cancer cachexia and the role of TNF-[alpha] / Denis C. Guttridge -- Interleukin-2 and cancer therapy / Kim Margolin and Joseph Clark -- Interleukin-12 and cancer therapy / Timothy E. Bael and Jared Gollob -- The type I interferon system with emphasis on its role in malignancies: interferons are more than "antivirals" / Stergios J. Moschos ... [et al.] -- Combination cytokine therapy / Seth M. Cohen and Howard L. Kaufman -- Novel strategies for cytokine administration via targetting / Paul M. Sondel ... [et al.] -- Cytokines and cancer vaccines / Hideho Okada and Michael T. Lotze -- Anticytokine therapy / Miguel A. Villalona-Calero -- Cytokines in the supportive care of cancer / John A. Glaspy.
  • 2006 Springer
    Rosenthal, Dorothy L.; Raab, Stephen S.
  • 2011 Springer
    Chhieng, David C.; Hui, Pei.
    Normal histology of female genital organs -- Lesions of the vulva and vagina -- Squamous lesions of the cervix -- Glandular lesions of the cervix -- Human papillomavirus for cervical pathology -- Endometrial epithelial neoplasms -- Nonepithelial tumors of uterine corpus -- Gestational trophoblastic disease -- Tumors of fallopian tube and broad ligament -- Epithelial neoplasms of ovary -- Nonepithelial tumor of ovary -- Tumors of peritoneum.
  • 2014 ClinicalKey
    Cibas, Edmund S.; Ducatman, Barbara S.
    Fully updated, the 4th edition of Cytology helps you apply the latest diagnostic techniques for the interpretation of a complete range of cytological specimens. This medical reference book offers access to the newest methods and adjunct tests, all in a brief, highly readable format that makes quick work of reviewing the key information available on this powerful yet minimally invasive method. It's a perfectly practical bench manual for trainees and practicing pathologists. Take advantage of comprehensive yet concise coverage of nearly every type of cytology, including gynecologic, non-gynecologic, and FNA. Understand the clinical implications of your diagnoses and better equip yourself to make effective interpretations with clinical correlations emphasized throughout. Make the most informed reporting decisions through an in-depth analysis of common diagnostic pitfalls. Quickly find the answers you need with succinct, bulleted text, clinical pearls, and summaries of key points. Gain real-life perspective on a complete range of cytologic findings with over 700 full-color illustrations.
  • 2009
    Cibas, Edmund S.; Ducatman, Barbara S.
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    Cervical and vaginal cytology / Edmund S. Cibas -- Respiratory tract / Christopher A. French -- Urine and bladder washings / Andrew A. Renshaw -- Pleural, pericardial, and peritoneal fluids / Edmund S. Cibas -- Peritoneal washings / Edmund S. Cibas -- Cerebrospinal fluid / Edmund S. Cibas -- Gastrointestinal tract / David W. Kindelberger and Helen H. Wang -- Breast / Barbara S. Ducatman and Helen H. Wang -- Thyroid / Edmund S. Cibas -- Salivary gland / Jeffrey F. Krane and William C. Faquin -- Lymph nodes / Paul E. Wakely, Jr., and Edmund S. Cibas -- Liver / Barbara S. Ducatman -- Pancreas and biliary tree / Jian Shen and David W. Kindelberger -- Kidney and adrenal gland / Andrew A. Renshaw and Edmund S. Cibas -- Ovary / Edmund S. Cibas -- Soft tissue / Xiaohua Qian -- Laboratory management / Edmund S. Cibas.
  • 2015 Springer
    Bardales, Ricardo H.
  • 2013 Springer
    Sheaff, Michael T.; Singh, Naveena.
    Cytopathology: An Introduction is a succinct book which guides the trainee through the hurdles of early cytology practice and can also be used throughout the career as an aide memoire by the more experienced. With numerous illustrations to enthuse the reader and make cytological practice a more enjoyable and educational experience, Cytopathology: An Introduction also highlights points of diagnostic difficulty, particularly with regard to the differentiation of neoplastic from non-neoplastic disease. Each chapter of Cytopathology: An Introduction starts by detailing the main methods available appropriate to the clinical situation, followed by descriptions of the relevant cytological appearances and diagnostic pitfalls. Topics covered include the brain and cerebrospinal fluid; pulmonary cytology; serous fluids; thyroid gland; lymph nodes; salivary glands; gastrointestinal and hepatopancreaticobiliary tracts; urinary tract and retroperitoneal cytology; female genital tract; breast; soft tissue, bones and joints; and skin. Cytopathology: An Introduction will be an invaluable reference guide to histo- and cytopathology trainees, as well as those preparing for post-graduate examinations and consultants who want a refresher. A quick reference, concise but precise, Cytopathology: An Introduction provides practical and helpful information on the salient cytological features of any condition that may present in routine cytopathology.
  • 2014 Springer
    Nayar, Ritu.
    In recent decades, cytopathology has assumed an increasing role in the primary diagnosis of mass lesions owing to its ability to provide rapid, non-invasive, and timely information. With cytopathology at the forefront of diagnosis and prognostication of neoplastic lesions, it is essential that physicians involved in the diagnosis and treatment of precancerous lesions and cancer have a clear understanding of specimen collection techniques, terminology for reporting, and outcomes in various diagnostic categories. This book provides a comprehensive overview of the role of cytology at various body sites. The diagnostic details covered are abbreviated in comparison with those in pathology texts. Instead, a more clinical approach is taken, with the focus on the advantages and limitations of techniques and the key features of entities that are important to clinicians. Pathological clinical correlation is highlighted throughout the book, ensuring that it will be highly relevant for clinicians. In particular, physicians who deal with oncology patients will find it to be a rich source of guidance on how to use and understand cytopathology in the diagnosis and exclusion of malignancy.
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  • 2012 Springer
    Pantanowitz, Liron; Khalbuss, Walid E.; Michelow, Pam.
    Introduction -- Specimen Collection and Handling -- Host Reactions to Infection -- Microbiology -- Gynecological Infections -- Pulmonary Infections -- Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Infections -- Urinary Tract Infections -- Central Nervous System Infections -- Hematologic Infections -- Breast, Skin, and Musculoskeletal Infections -- Head and Neck Infections -- Immunosuppressed Host -- Ancillary Investigations -- Mimics and Contaminants.
  • 2015 Springer
    Erozan, Yener S.; Tatsas, Armanda.
    This volume fulfills the need for an easy-to-use and authoritative synopsis of intra-abdominal organ cytopathology. Part of the Essentials in Cytopathology book series, the book is heavily illustrated with a full color art program, while the text follows a user-friendly outline format. The book also fits into the lab coat pocket and is ideal for portability and quick reference. Written by authorities in the field, Cytopathology of the Liver, Biliary Tract, Kidney and Adrenal Glands is a concise and valuable resource to pathologists on the subject of intra-abdominal organ cytopathology.
  • 2011 Springer
    Khalbuss, Walid E.; Parwani, Anil V.
    & Quot;Soft Tissue Cytopathology" by Anil V. Parwani, MD, PhD and Walid E. Khalbuss, MD, PhD, will fulfill the need for an easy-to-use and authoritative synopsis of soft tissue cytopathology. This volume, part of "The Essentials in Cytopathology book series," fits into the lab coat pocket and is ideal for portability and quick reference. Each volume in the series is heavily illustrated with a full color art program, while the text follows a user-friendly outline format. Anil V. Parwani, MD, PhD, is Associate Professor of Pathology at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center - S.
  • 2011 Karger
    Jiménez-Ayala, Matías; Jiménez-Ayala Portillo, Beatriz.
    Cytopathological techniques for the diagnosis of glandular lesions of the genital tract -- Bethesda System Classification of glandular lesions on cervical cytology -- Cytopathology of the benign glandular lesions of the cervix and glandular cytopathology of the vagina -- Cytopathology of adenocarcinoma in situ of the endocervix and its differential diagnosis -- Cytopathology of the malignant invasive lesions of the endocervix -- Endometrial hyperplasias -- Endometrial adenocarcinoma : current status and future of prevention and early diagnosis -- Cytopathology of ovarian lesions : the intraoperative approach -- Glandular lesions of the vulva -- Glandular lesions of the fallopian tube -- Metastatic glandular lesions -- Ancillary techniques for the diagnosis of glandular lesions of the female genital tract
  • 2013 Springer
    Gill, Gary W.
    Cytopreparation: Principles & Practice by Gary W. Gill fills a long-standing need for an easy-to-use and authoritative manual on the fundamentals of cytopreparation up-to-and- including microscopy, screening, and data analysis. The text describes in phenomenological terms the most common materials and methods of specimen collection through mounting for gyn, non-gyn, and FNA specimens, as well as the underlying mechanistic bases. The author provides his expertise and information that will empower and enable readers to review and improve their laboratories' cytopreparatory techniques as they apply to the vast majority of specimens. This unique volume provides facts that are not readily available anywhere. Cytopreparation: Principles & Practice is intended for everyone associated with, and involved in, making cytologic preparations that are useful for their intended purpose. It will serve as a valuable reference tool for educators in cytology and histology, cytotechnology and histotechnology students, cytotechnologists, cytopreparatory technicians, cytopathologists, anatomical/clinical pathologists, pathology residents and cytopathology fellows.
  • 2012 Springer
    Kavallaris, Maria.
    Part 1. Basics of the Cytoskeleton -- ACTIN / Vera Dugina, Richard Arnoldi, Paul A. Janmey and Christine Chaponnier -- Microtubules / Pavel Dráber and Eduarda Dráberová -- The Kinesin Superfamily / Linda Wordeman -- Basics of the Cytoskeleton: Myosins / Omar A. Quintero, Judy E. Moore and Christopher M. Yengo -- Part 2. Actin and Disease -- The Actin Cytoskeleton and Membrane Organisation in T Lymphocytes / Rhea Cornely, Thomas Grewal and Katharina Gaus -- Thin Filament Diseases of Striated Muscle / Anthony J. Kee and Edna C. Hardeman -- Filamins and Disease / Stephen P. Robertson and Philip B. Daniel -- LIM Kinase and Cancer Metastasis / Alice Schofield and Ora Bernard -- Actin Mutations and Deafness / Matías Morín, Fernando Mayo, Felipe Moreno and Miguel A. Moreno-Pelayo -- Therapeutic Targeting of the Actin Cytoskeleton in Cancer / Teresa Bonello, Jason Coombes, Galina Schevzov, Peter Gunning and Justine Stehn -- Part 3. Microtubules and Disease -- Microtubules as a Target in Cancer Therapy / April L. Risinger and Susan L. Mooberry -- Microtubules, Drug Resistance, and Tumorigenesis / Joshua A. McCarroll and Maria Kavallaris -- Posttranslational Modifications of Tubulin / Suzan K. Chao, Chia-Ping H. Yang and Susan Band Horwitz -- Stathmin and Cancer / Dominic Chi Hiung Ng and Frances Byrne -- The Biology and Pathobiology of Tau Protein / Garth F. Hall -- Tubulin-Related Malformations of Cortical Development / Xavier H. Jaglin, Jamel Chelly and Nadia Bahi-Buisson -- Part 4. Intermediate Filaments and Disease -- Spectrins in Human Diseases / Marie-Christine Lecomte -- Laminopathies / Nadir M. Maraldi and Giovanna Lattanzi -- Desmin and Heart Disease / J. Scott Pattison and Jeffrey Robbins -- Neurodegenerative Diseases and Intermediate Filaments / Rodolphe Perrot and Jean-Pierre Julien.
  • 2013 Springer Protocols
    Dermietzel, Rolf.
    Fluorescence proteins and time-lapse imaging of the cytoskeleton / Carsten Theiss and Karl Meller -- Visualizing in vitro trafficking / John W. Murray -- Interaction of the clycocalyx with the actin cytoskeleton / Mia M. Thi, Eno E. Ebong, David C. Spray, and Sylvia O. Suadicani -- Cytoskeleton dynamics and binding factors / Elena E. Grintsvich and Emil Reisler -- Principles of proteomic approaches to the cytoskeleton / Christinina Loosse, Katrin Marcus, and Bodo Schoenebeck -- Analyzing the cytoskeletal transcriptome: sex differences in rat hypothalamus / Sanda Iacobas, Genevieve Neal-Perry, and Dumitru Andrei Iacobas -- Proteomic approaches for the study of electrical synapses and associated protein-interaction complexes / Cantas Alev, Georg Zoidl, and Rolf Dermietzel -- The cytoskeleton as a pharmacological target in neurodegenerative diseases / Saar Oz and Iliana Gozes -- Neurofilaments: properties, functions, and regulation / Rodolphe Perrot and Joel Eyer -- From an axon into a growth cone after axotomy: a model for cytoskeletal dynamics / Micha E. Spira and Hadas Erez -- Isolation of the postsynaptic density: a specialization of the subsynaptic cytoskeleton / Karl-Heinz Smalla, Patricia Klemmer, and Urusla Wyneken -- Cell-to-cell communication in astroglia and the cytoskeletal impact / Georg Zoidl, Stefan Olk, Audrey Tuchinowitz, and Rolf Dermietzel -- Reactive astrocytes, astrocyte intermediate filament proteins, and their role in the disease pathogenesis / Milos Pekny, Michelle Porritt, Yolanda de Pablo, Marcela Pekna, and Ulrika Wilhelmsson -- Microtubules and associated proteins in oligodendrocytes, the myelin forming cells of the central nervous system / Christiane Richter-Landsberg -- Myelin proteome analysis: methods and implications for the myelin cytoskelton / Olaf Jahn, Stefan Tenzer, Nicole Bartsch, Julia Patzig, and Hauke B. Werner.
  • 2009 Springer Protocols
    Gavin, Ray H.
    High resolution multimode light microscopy of cell migration: long-term imaging and analysis / T. Wollert and G.M. Langford -- Imaging the cytoskeleton in live Xenopus laevis embryos / S. Woolner, A.L. Miller and W.M. Bement -- Live-cell imaging of the cytoskeleton and mitochondrial-cytoskeletal interactions in budding yeast / T.C. Swayne, T.G. Lipkin and L.A. Pon -- Jasplakinolide: an actin-specific reagent that promotes actin polymerization / A. Holzinger -- Analysis of centrosome function and microtubule dynamics by time-lapse microscopy in Xenopus egg extracts / C. Wiese, J.R. Mayers and A.J. Albee -- Quantitative fluorescence microscopy techniques / A. Esposito [and others] -- A FRET-based approach for studying conformational changes of a cytoskeleton-related tumor suppressor molecule / R.F. Hennigan [and others] -- Sample preparation for fluorescence imaging of the cytoskeleton in fixed and living plant roots / J. Dyachok [and others] -- Imaging of the cytoskeleton and mitochondria in fixed budding yeast cells / T.C. Swayne, I.R. Boldogh and L.A. Pon -- Imaging cytoskeleton components by electron microscopy / T. Svitkina -- Purification and localization of intraflagellar transport particles and polypeptides / R.D. Sloboda -- High pressure freezing, electron microscopy, and immuno-electron microscopy of Tetrahymena thermophila basal bodies / J.B. Meehl, T.H. Giddings, Jr. and M. Winey -- Strategies for imaging microtubules in plant cells / A. Holzinger, E. Kawamura and G.O. Wasteneys -- A rapid tracking method for the quantitative analysis of organelle streaming velocity / C.L. Holweg -- Melanosome motility in fish retinal pigment epithelial cells / C. King-Smith -- Analysis of properties of cilia using Tetrahymena thermophila / V. Rajagopalan [and others] -- Application of cell traction force microscopy for cell biology research / J.H. Wang and B. Li -- 2D and 3D quantitative analysis of cell motility and cytoskeletal dynamics / D. Wessels, S. Kuhl and D.R. Soll -- Detergent-extracted models for the study of cilia or flagella / C.B. Lindemann and K.A. Lesich -- The analysis of intermediate filament dynamics using transfections and cell fusions / J.M. Paramio -- Functional analysis of actin-binding proteins in the central nervous system of Drosophila / Q. He -- Proteomic tools for the analysis of cytoskeleton proteins / E. Wywial, V.N. Dongre and S.M. Singh.
  • 2016 Springer Protocols
    Gavin, Ray H.
  • 2011 Springer
    Nixon, Ralph A.; Yuan, Aidong.
    Central axonal development and pathology in early life / Robin L. Haynes and Hannah C. Kinney -- Microtubules in the nervous system / Nobuyuki Fukushima -- Tau phosphorylation / Jesús Avila and Félix Hernández -- Tau pathology / Nicolas Sergeant and Luc Buée -- Tauopathy and brain aging / Akihiko Takashima -- Microtubule-associated protein 4 / Kiyotaka Tokuraku ... [et al.] -- Structure of neural intermediate filaments / David A.D. Parry -- Alpha-internexin: the fourth subunit of neurofilaments in the mature CNS / Aidong Yuan and Ralph A. Nixon -- Peripherin pathology / Jesse R. McLean and Janice Robertson -- Neurofilament cross-bridge: a structure associated specifically with the neurofilament among the intermediate filament family / Takahiro Gotow -- Neurofilament transport / Andrew J. Grierson and Christopher C.J. Miller -- Knockout models of neurofilament proteins / Rodolphe Perrot and Jean-Pierre Julien -- Neurofilaments and radial growth: deconstruction of a hypothesis through the construction of gene targeted mice / Michael L. Garcia and Devin M. Barry -- Deregulation of cytoskeletal protein phosphorylation and neurodegeneration / Jyotshnabala Kanungo ... [et al.] -- Neurofilaments in aged animals / Shin-ichi Hisanaga, Takahiro Sasaki, and Atsuko Uchida -- Neurofilament changes in multiple sclerosis / Elizabeth Gray and Alastair Wilkins -- Intermediate filament interactions in neurons / Kevin G. Young and Rashmi Kothary -- Tropomyosins in neuronal morphogenesis and development / Nikki Margarita Curthoys, Peter William Gunning, and Thomas Fath -- The driving machinery for growth cone navigation / Takuro Tojima and Hiroyuki Kamiguchi -- Glial fibrillary acidic protein: the intermediate filament protein of astrocytes / Douglas L. Eng and Lawrence F. Eng -- Axonal transport mechanisms in cytoskeleton formation and regulation / Aidong Yuan and Ralph A. Nixon -- Axonal transport and motor neuron disease / Anna-Lena Ström ... [et al.] -- In vivo imaging of axonal transport in aging and Alzheimer's disease / Donna J. Cross and Satoshi Minoshima -- Regulation of cytoskeletal composition in neurons: transcriptional and post-transcriptional control in development, regeneration, and disease / Ben G. Szaro and Michael J. Strong -- Crosstalks between myelinating cells and the axonal cytoskeleton / Rodolphe Perrot and Joël Eyer -- Topographic regulation of neuronal intermediate filament proteins by phosphorylation: in health and disease / Parvathi Rudrabhatla and Harish C. Pant -- Cytoskeleton, axonal transport, and the mechanisms of axonal neuropathy / Hsinlin T. Cheng ... [et al.] -- Effects of insulin on tau and neurofilament / R. Schechter and K.E. Miller -- Ethanol effects on the cytoskeleton of nerve tissue cells / Sergio G. Evrard and Alicia Brusco.
  • 2014 Springer Protocols
    Ranieri, Elena.
    Negative and positive separation techniques for the isolation of antigen-specific CD8+ T cells from blood and tumor tissue / Margherita Gigante, Sharon Natasha Cox, and Elena Ranieri -- In vitro\ex vivo generation of cytotoxic T lymphocytes / Margherita Gigante and Elena Ranieri -- Phenotypic and functional characterization of cytotoxic T lymphocytes by flow cytometry / Iulia Popescu [and three others] -- Intracellular signaling of CTLs / Sharon Natasha Cox -- Monitoring antigen-specific T cell responses using real-time PCR / Devin B. Lowe, Jennifer L. Taylor, and Walter J. Storkus -- CTL ELISPOT assay / Elena Ranieri, Iulia Popescu, and Margherita Gigante -- Methods of purification of CTL-derived exosomes / Angela Montecalvo, Adriana T. Larregina, and Adrian E. Morelli -- Characterization of CTL by microscopy / Giuseppe Stefano Netti -- Intravital imaging of cytotoxic T lymphocytes / Gaetano Faleo, Per-Olof Berggren, and Antonello Pileggi -- The microarray-based approach for the analysis of the transcriptome / Matteo Accetturo, Paola Pontrelli, and Loreto Gesualdo -- miRNome analysis using real-time PCR / Paola Pontrelli, Matteo Accetturo, and Loreto Gesualdo -- Proteomic approaches by SELDI and MALDI-TOF/MS for CTL analysis / Massimo Papale and Maria Teresa Rocchetti -- Two-dimensional gel electrophoresis approach for CTL phosphoproteome analysis / Maria Teresa Rocchetti, Massimo Papale, and Loreto Gesualdo -- Targeting the JAK/STAT pathway in cytotoxic T lymphocytes (CTL) by next generation sequencing (NGS) / Maddalena Gigante, Sterpeta Diella, and Elena Ranieri -- Experimental model for studying the involvement of regulatory cytotoxic T cells in bone resorption / Giacomina Brunetti [and three others] -- CTL and transplantation : tissue in vivo characterization / Federica Rascio, Chiara Divella, and Giuseppe Grandaliano.
  • 2005 CRCnetBASE
    Aggarwal, Bharat B.; Kawakami, Koji; Puri, Raj K.

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