- Fabry disease — First aid for the basic sciences. Organ systems. 2nd ed. (159)
- First aid for the emergency medicine clerkship. 2nd ed. — Food toxicology (159)
- Foodborne disease outbreaks : guidelines for investigation and control — Frozen section library. Bone (159)
- Frozen section library. Breast — Fuzzy expert systems and fuzzy reasoning (159)
- 2006Latha G. Stead, S. Matthew Stead and Matthew S. Kaufman.
- 2011Latha Ganti Stead, Matthew S. Kaufman, Torrey A. Laack, Jonathan Fisher, Anunaya Jain, Minal Jain, [editors].Resuscitation -- Diagnostics -- Trauma -- Neurologic Emergencies -- Head and Neck Emergencies -- Respiratory Emergencies -- Cardiovascular Emergencies -- Gastrointestinal Emergencies -- Renal and Genitourinary Emergencies -- Hematologic and Oncologic Emergencies -- Gynecologic Emergencies -- Obstetric Emergencies -- Musculoskeletal Emergencies -- Endocrine Emergencies -- Dermatologic Emergencies -- High Yield Images -- Procedures -- Emergency Toxicology -- Environmental Emergencies -- Ethics, Medico-legal Issues, and Evidence-Bases Medicine.
- 1997-2004.Amin, Chirag; Berk, S. L.; Bhushan, Vikas; Collisson, Eric; Le, Tao.
- 2006[edited by] Latha G. Stead, S. Matthew Stead, Matthew S. Kaufman ; supervising editor and contributing author, Samy I. McFarlane.
- 2010[edited by] Matthew S. Kaufman, Latha G. Stead, Arthur Rusovici.Section I. How to succeed in the medicine clerkship -- Section II. High-yield facts in internal medicine -- Cardiology -- Endocrinology -- Hematology-oncology -- Infectious disease -- Nephrology and acid-base disorders -- Pulmonology -- Rheumatology -- Neurology -- Dermatology -- Health maintenance and evidence-based medicine -- Section III. Classified: Awards and opportunities for students interested in medicine.
- 2007Latha G. Stead, S. Matthew Stead, Matthew S. Kaufman, Luis F. Suarez.
- 2011[edited by] Matthew S. Kaufman, Jeané Simmons Holme, Priti P. Schachel, Latha G. Stead.1. Reproductive Anatomy -- 2. Diagnosis of Pregnancy -- 3. Physiology of Pregnancy -- 4. Antepartum -- 5. Intrapartum -- 6. Postpartum -- 7. Medical Conditions in Pregnancy -- 8. Obstetric Complications -- 9. Infections in Pregnancy -- 10. Twin Gestation -- 11. Abortions and Fetal Death -- 12. Ectopic Pregnancy -- 13. Contraception and Sterilization --14. Menstruation -- 15. Premenstrual Syndrome/Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder -- 16. Infertility -- 17. Amenorrhea -- 18. Hyperandrogenism -- 19. Hyperprolactemia/Galactorrhea -- 20. Abnormal Uterine Bleeding -- 21. Pelvic Pain -- 22. Endometriosis/Adenomyosis -- 23. Differential Diagnoses of Pelvic Masses -- 24. Cervical Dysplasia --25. Cervical Cancer -- 26. Endometrial Hyperplasia and Endometrial Cancer -- 27. Ovarian Cancer and Fallopian Tube Cancer -- 28. Vulvar Dysplasia, Vulvar Cancer, and Vaginal Cancer -- 29. Vulvar Disorders -- 30. Gestational Trophoblastic Disease -- 31. Sexually Transmitted Infections/Vaginitis -- 32. Breast Disease -- 33. Women's Health Maintenance -- 34. Female Sexuality -- 35. Ethics -- 36. Menopause -- 37. Pelvic Relaxation -- 38. Urinary Incontinence.
- 2008series editors, Latha G. Stead, S. Matthew Stead, Matthew S. Kaufman ; title editors, Jason H. Homme, James L. Homme.Gestation and birth -- Prematurity -- Growth and development -- Nutrition -- Health supervision and prevention of illness and injury in children and adolescents -- Congenital malformations and chromosomal anomalies -- Metabolic disease -- Immunologic disease -- Infectious disease -- Gastrointestinal disease -- Respiratory disease -- Cardiovascular disease -- Renal, gynecologic, and urinary disease -- Hematologic disease -- Endocrine disease -- Neurologic disease -- Special organs: eye, ear, nose -- Musculoskeletal disease -- Dermatologic disease -- Psychiatric disease -- Pediatric life support.
- 2011[edited by] Latha G. Stead, Matthew S. Kaufman, Muhammad Waseem.How to Succeed in the Pediatrics Clerkship -- Gestation and Birth -- Prematurity -- Growth and Development -- Nutrition -- Health Supervision & Prevention of Injury and Illness in Children & Adolescents -- Congenital Malformations and Chromosomal Abnormalities -- Metabolic Disease -- Immunologic Disease -- Infectious Disease -- Gastrointestinal Disease -- Respiratory Tract Disease -- Cardiovascular Disease -- Renal, Gynecologic & Genitourinary Disease -- Hematologic Disease -- Endocrine Disease -- Neurologic Disease -- Special Organs: Eye, Ear, Nose -- Musculoskeletal Disease/Orthopedics -- Dermatologic Disease -- Psychiatric Disease -- Pediatric Life Support.
- 2016Latha Ganti, Matthew S. Kaufman, Sean M. Blitzstein.Examination and diagnosis -- Psychotic disorders -- Mood disorders -- Anxiety and adjustment disorders -- Personality disorders -- Substance-related disorders -- Cognitive disorders -- Geriatric psychiatry -- Psychiatric disorders in children -- Dissociative disorders -- Somatoform and factitious disorders -- Impulse control disorders -- Eating disorders -- Sleep disorders -- Sexual disorders -- Psychotherapies -- Psychopharmacology -- Forensic psychiatry.
- 2011[edited by] Latha G. Stead, Matthew S. Kaufman, Jason Yanofski.Chapter 1. Examination and Diagnosis -- Chapter 2. Psychotic Disorders -- Chapter 3. Mood Disorders -- Chapter 4. Anxiety and Adjustment Disorders -- Chapter 5. Personality Disorders -- Chapter 6. Substance-Related Disorders -- Chapter 7. Cognitive Disorders -- Chapter 8. Geriatric Psychiatry -- Chapter 9. Psychiatric Disorders in Children -- Chapter 10. Dissociative Disorders -- Chapter 11. Somataform and Factitious Disorders -- Chapter 12. Impulse Control Disorders -- Chapter 13. Eating Disorders -- 14. Sleep Disorders -- Chapter 15. Sexual Disorders -- Chapter 16. Psychotherapies -- Chapter 17. Psychopharmacology -- Chapter 18. Forensic Psychiatry.
- 2009series editors, Matthew S. Kaufman, Latha G. Stead, S. Matthew Stead ; volume editor, Nitin Mishra.The surgical patient -- Wounds -- Acute abdomen -- Trauma -- Critical care -- Fluids, electrolytes, and nutrition -- The esophagus -- The stomach -- Small bowel -- Colon, rectum, and anal canal -- The appendix -- Hernia and abdominal wall problems -- The hepatobiliary system -- The pancreas -- The endocrine system -- The spleen -- The breast -- Burns -- Anesthesia -- Vascular surgery -- Pediatric surgery -- Ear, nose, and throat surgery -- Neurosurgery -- Cardiothoracic surgery -- Transplant -- The genitourinary system -- Orthopedics -- The hand.
- 2007[edited by] Vikas Bhushan, Tao T. Le, Ali Ozturk, Deepak Rao.
- 2008[edited by] Tao Le, Vikas Bhushan, Deepak A. Rao, Lars Grimm.
- 2016Tao Le, Vikas Bhushan.
- 2010Tao Le, Vikas Bhushan, Neil Vasan, Juliana Tolles.
- 2006[edited by] Tao Le, Vikas Bhushan, Kerry Dieberg, Robert W. Grow.
- 2015Tao Le, Vikas Bhushan, Vincent L. Chen, Michael R. King.
- 2010[edited by] Tao T. Le, Vikas Bhushan, Herman Singh Bagga.Guide to efficient exam preparation -- Special situations -- Database of high-yield facts -- Top-rated review resources.
- 2007[edited by] Tao T. Le, Vikas Bhushan, Julia Skapik.
- 2014Tao Le, Vikas Bhushan, Mae Sheikh-Ali, Kachiu Cecilia Lee.Part one : Guide to the USMLE Step 2 CS. Introduction -- USMLE Step 2 CS : the basics -- Preparing for the Step 2 CS -- Test-day tips -- First Aid for the IMG -- Supplement : The USMLE Step 2 CS travel guide -- Part two : The patient encounter. Introduction -- Doorway information -- Taking the history -- The physical exam -- Closure -- How to interact with special patients -- Challenging questions and situations -- Counseling -- The patient note -- Part three : Minicases -- Part four : Practice cases -- Part five : Top-rated review resources -- Appendix -- About the authors.
- 2007Tao Le, Vikas Bhushan, Mae Sheikh-Ali, Fadi Abu Shahin.
- 2016Tao Le, Vikas Bhushan, James S. Yeh, Kachiu Cecelia Lee.Chapter 1. Guide to the USMLE Step 3 and Supplement: Guide to the CSS -- Chapter 2. Ambulatory Medicine -- Chapter 3. Cardiovascular -- Chapter 4. Emergency medicine -- Chapter 5. Endocrinology -- Chapter 6. Ethics and statistics -- Chapter 7. Gastroenterology -- Chapter 8. Hematology -- Chapter 9. Oncology -- Chapter 10. Infectious disease -- Chapter 11. Musculoskeletal -- Chapter 12. Nephrology -- Chapter 13. Neurology -- Chapter 14. Obstetrics -- Chapter 15. Gynecology -- Chapter 16. Pediatrics -- Chapter 17. Psychiatry -- Chapter 18. Pulmonary -- Chapter 19. High-yield CCS cases.
- 2008[edited by] Tao Le, Vikas Bhushan, Robert W. Grow, Véronique Taché.
- 2006Tao Le, Vikas Bhushan, Aarup Kubal, Jae Park.
- 2009Tao Le, Vikas Bhushan, Julia Skapik.Guide for wards success -- Practical information for all clerkships -- Emergency medicine -- Internal medicine -- Neurology -- Obstetrics and gynecology -- Pediatrics -- Psychiatry -- Surgery -- How to use the database -- General -- Pocket drug references -- Pocket cards -- ECG books -- Fluids, electrolytes, and acid-base -- Radiology -- PDA resources -- Emergency medicine -- Internal medicine -- Neurology -- Obstetrics and gynecology -- Pediatrics -- Psychiatry -- Surgery.
- 2003 CRCnetBASEHung T. Nguyen ... [et al.].
- 2007W. John Braun, Duncan J. Murdoch.
- 2003 WileyHenk C. Tijms.ch. 1. The Poisson Process and Related Processes, p. 1-32 -- ch. 2. Renewal-Reward Processes, p. 33-79 -- ch. 3. Discrete-Time Markov Chains, p. 81-139 -- ch. 4. Continuous-Time Markov Chains, p. 141-186 -- ch. 5. Markov Chains and Queues, p. 187-232 -- ch. 6. Discrete-Time Markov Decision Processes, p. 233-277 -- ch. 7. Semi-Markov Decision Processes, p. 279-305 -- ch. 8. Advanced Renewal Theory, p. 307-338 -- ch. 9. Algorithmic Analysis of Queueing Models, p. 339-430.
- 2013edited by Charles R. Figley, Peter Huggard, Charlotte E. Rees.
- 2012 CambridgeUsman Shaikh, John Curtis, Rebecca Hanlon, David White, Andrew Dunn, Andrew Healey, Jane Belfield, Elizabeth Kneale, Peter Dangerfield, and Hilary Fewins.
- First International Conference of the OIE Reference Laboratories and Collaborating Centres, Florianopolis, Brazil, 3-5 December 20062007volume editors, Michel Lombard, Betty Dodet ; in collaboration with the Scientific and Technical Department of the OIE ; proceedings of an International Conference organised by the World Organisation for Animal Health- OIE and the Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Brazil.
- 2006volume editors, Betty Dodet ... [et al.] ; proceedings of a conference organized by the World Organization for Animal Health -- OIE.
- 2007 Springeredited by E. Velázquez and C. Rodriguez-Barrueco.
- 2008James Morrison.Openings and introductions -- Chief complaint and free speech -- Developing rapport -- Managing the early patient interview -- History of the present illness -- Getting the facts about the present illness -- Interviewing about feelings -- Personal and social history -- Sensitive subjects -- Control of the later interview -- Mental status exam I: behavioral aspects -- Mental status exam II: cognitive aspects -- Signs and symptoms in areas of clinical interest -- Closure -- Interviewing informants -- Meeting resistance -- Special or challenging patient behaviors and issues -- Diagnosis and recommendations -- Sharing your findings with the patient -- Communicating your findings to others -- Troubleshooting your interview.
- 2007John E. Lesch.Beginnings -- A system of invention -- Prontosil -- Into the maelstrom -- Accommodation and survival -- Pathways of recognition -- M&B 693 -- Acclaim and expansion -- At war -- Trial by fire -- A mechanism revealed -- The sulfa drugs and twentieth-century medicine.
- 2007Daniel Limmer, Keith J. Karren, Brent Q. Hafen ; medical editor, Edward T. Dickinson.
- First responder's guide to abnormal psychology : applications for police, firefighters, and rescue personnel2007 SpringerWilliam I. Dorfman and Lenore E.A. Walker.Introduction -- The role and importance of first responders to dealing with psychologically disordered individuals -- Normal vs. abnormal behavior: a continuum -- Key mental health issues in the criminal justice and emergency medical systems -- Disorders of the brain and central nervous system -- The psychotic disorders -- The mood disorders -- The anxiety, somatoform and dissociative disorders -- The personality disorders -- The substance use disorders -- Crisis, terrorism and trauma-based disorders -- Therapeutic justice -- Mental disorders in youth -- Index.
- 2016 SpringerJacques S. Abramowicz, editor.1. Ultrasound in the first trimester and earlier: how to keep it safe -- 2. Ultrasound and infertility -- 3. Maternal comorbidities and first-trimester ultrasound examination -- 4. First-trimester embryology: an overview -- 5. Elements of teratology -- 6. First-trimester ultrasound: guidelines -- 7. Normal first treimester of pregnancy -- 8. Aneuploidy screening: the ongoing role of first-trimster ultrasound -- 9. Fetal biometry in early pregnancy -- 10. Threshold, discriminatory zone, and "The New Rules" -- 11. The fetal heart in early pregnancy -- 12. Doppler sonography in early pregnancy -- 13. Three-dimensional ultrasound: a role in early pregnancy -- 14. Multiple gestations-- multiple headaches -- 15. First-trimester ultrasound: early pregnancy failure -- 16. Ectopic pregnancy: pregnancy of unknown location (PUL) -- 17. A consequence of Cesarian delivery: first-trimester Cesarean scar pregnancy -- 18. First-trimester ultrasound in gestational trophoblastic disease -- 19. Fetal anomalies -- 20. Invasive procedures in the first trimester -- 21. Sonography of pelvic masses associated with early pregnancy -- Index.
- 2012 Ovideditor, Josef E. Fischer ; associate editors, Daniel B. Jones, Frank B. Pomposelli, Gilbert R. Upchurch Jr. ; assistant editors, V. Suzanne Klimberg, Steven D. Schwaitzberg, Kirby I. Bland."The scope of Fischer's Mastery of Surgery, Sixth Edition, is consistent with the broad training of a general surgeon, providing extensive coverage of vascular surgery as well as of common thoracic, breast, esophageal, endocrine, colorectal, gastric, pancreatic, liver, and biliary procedures. Each procedural chapter reviews the essentials of diagnosis, anatomy, and pre-operative planning, but focuses most heavily on step-by-step depictions and descriptions of procedures. Each chapter concludes, as is traditional for this classic text, with an editorial commentary which strives to put the chapter in a broad context and provide helpful critiques of the most recent literature. The sixth edition will include a dozen new chapters, including endovascular treatment of varicose veins, fasciotomy, and thoracic aortic transaction. The vascular section has been completely reorganized and will incorporate both open and endovascular procedures. For the first time, the sixth edition is in full color."--Provided by publisher.
- 2008 SpringerJacqueline F. Webb, Richard R. Fay, Arthur N. Popper, editors.Introduction to fish bioacoustics / Richard R. Fay, Arthur N. Popper, and Jacqueline F. Webb -- Hearing and acoustic behavior: basic and applied considerations / Arthur N. Popper and Carl R. Schilt -- Structures and functions of the auditory nervous system of fishes / Richard R. Fay and Peggy L. Edds-Walton -- Evolution of peripheral mechanisms for the enhancement of sound reception / Christopher B. Braun and Terry Grande -- Bioacoustics and the lateral line system of fishes / Jacqueline F. Webb, John C. Montgomery, and Joachim Mogdans -- Orientation to auditory and lateral line stimuli / Olav Sand and Horst Bleckmann -- Multipole mechanisms for directional hearing in fish / Peter H. Rogers and David G. Zeddies -- Vocal-acoustic communication: from neurons to behavior / Andrew H. Bass and Friedrich Ladich -- Active and passive acoustics to locate and study fish / David A. Mann, Anthony D. Hawkins, and J. Michael Jech.
- 2016 SpringerJoseph A. Sisneros, editor.Fish Hearing and Bioacoustics is an anthology of review papers that were presented at a special symposium to honor Arthur Popper and Richard Fay on May 25th 2013 at the Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota, FL. The research presentations at this conference spanned the range of disciplines covered by Fay and Popper during their long and productive careers. The book includes the following thematic areas for the papers in this special volume: morphology and anatomy of the inner ear and lateral line systems; physiology of inner ear, lateral line, and central auditory systems; acoustically mediated behavior, including communication and sound localization; and environmental influences on fish hearing and bioacoustics, including anthropogenic effects of noise on fishes. Each chapter reviews and summarizes the past studies of particular area that will lead the reader up to the current work presented at the symposium. In addition, each chapters includes a perspective of how Arthur Popper and Richard Fay have influenced their particular area of fish bio acoustic research. Each manuscript also includes a hypotheses for future studies. These hypotheses will provide a springboard for future work in each field.Also available: Print – 2016
- 2005 CRCnetBASEWilliam E.M. Lands.
- v. 1, 3-4, 1884-87.prepared through the co-operation of the Commissioner of Fisheries and the Superintendent of the tenth Census by George Brown Goode ... and a staff of associates ...sec. I. Natural history of useful aquatic animals by G.B. Goode, J.A. Allen, H.W. Elliot, F.W. True, E. Ingersoll, J.A. Ryder, R. Rathbun. 2 v. -- sec. II. A geographical review of the fisheries industries and fishing communities for the year 1880 / R.E. Earll, W.A. Wilcox, A.H. Clark, F. Mather, J.W. Collins, M. McDonald, S. Stearns, D.S. Jordan, F.W. True -- sec. III. The fishing grounds of North America / R. Rathbun, J.W. Collins, D.S. Jordan, T.H. Bean, L. Kumlien, F.W. True -- sec. IV. The fishermen of the United States / G.B. Goode, J.W. Collins -- sec. V. History and methods of fisheries / G.B. Goode, J.W. Collins, N.P. Scudder, T.H. Bean, A.H. Clark, R.E. Earll, S. Stearns, F.W. True, M. McDonald, W.A. Wilcox, C.G. Atkins, D.S. Jordan, C.H. Gilbert, L. Kumlien, A.H. Clark, J.T. Brown, H.W. Elliot, J.H. Swan, E. Ingersoll, R. Rathbun. 3 v.
- 2015 AccessMedicineeditor-in-chief, Michael A. Grippi ; co-editors, Jack A. Elias, Jay A. Fishman, Robert M. Kotloff, Allan I. Pack, Robert M. Senior ; video editor, Mark D. Siegel.Part 1: Perspectives. Milestones in the history of pulmonary medicine -- Part 2: Scientific basis of lung function in health and disease. Genetic, cellular, and structural basis of normal lung function -- Functional design of the human lung for gas exchange -- The respiratory muscles -- Molecular regulation of lung development -- Pulmonary surfactant and disorders of surfactant homeostasis -- The genetic basis of respiratory disorders -- Stem cells and respiratory disease: prospects for the future -- Personalized pulmonary medicine -- Physiological principles of normal lung function -- Pulmonary mechanics -- Control of ventilation -- Circadian rhythms and sleep biology -- Pulmonary circulation -- Ventilation, pulmonary blood flow, and ventilation-perfusion relationships -- Blood-gas transport -- Diffusion, chemical reactions, and diffusing capacity -- Acid-base balance -- The lungs in different physiological states -- Respiratory system response to exercise in health -- Aging of the respiratory system -- Lung immunology -- Innate and adaptive immunity in the lung -- Lymphocyte- and macrophage-mediated inflammation in the lung -- Mast cells and eosinophils -- Leukocyte accumulation in pulmonary disease -- Antibody-mediated lung defenses and humoral immunodeficiency -- Lung injury and repair -- T lymphocytes in the lung -- Chemokines, adipokines, and growth factors in the lung -- Redox signaling and oxidative stress in lung diseases -- Fibroblasts in lung homeostasis and disease.
- v. 1-2, 2008.editor-in-chief, Alfred P. Fishman ; co-editors, Jack A. Elias ... [et al.].
- 2012 NAPCommittee on Fitness Measures and Health Outcomes in Youth, Food and Nutrition Board, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies ; Russell Pate, Maria Oria, and Laura Pillsbury, editors."In Fitness Measures and Health Outcomes in Youth, the IOM assesses the relationship between youth fitness test items and health outcomes, recommends the best fitness test items, provides guidance for interpreting fitness scores, and provides an agenda for needed research. The report concludes that selected cardiorespiratory endurance, musculoskeletal fitness, and body composition measures should be in fitness surveys and in schools. Collecting fitness data nationally and in schools helps with setting and achieving fitness goals and priorities for public health at an individual and national level" Publisher's Summary (excerpt).
- 2008 SpringerFrancesco Capasso, Giuliano Grandolini, Renato Pescitelli.
- 2016 ClinicalKeyEstomih Mtui, Gregory Gruener, Peter Dockery.Embryology -- Cerebral topography -- Midbrain, hindbrain, spinal cord -- Meninges -- Blood supply of the brain -- Neurons and neuroglia -- Electrical events -- Transmitters and receptors -- Peripheral nerves -- Innervation of muscles and joints -- Innervation of skin -- Electrodiagnostic examination -- Autonomic nervous system -- Nerve roots -- Spinal cord: ascending pathways -- Spinal cord: descending pathways -- Brainstem -- The lowest four cranial nerves -- Vestibular nerve -- Cochlear nerve -- Trigeminal nerve -- Facial nerve -- Ocular motor nerves -- Reticular formation -- Cerebellum -- Hypothalamus -- Thalamus, epithalamus -- Visual pathways -- Cerebral cortex -- Electroencephalography -- Evoked potentials -- Hemispheric asymmetries -- Basal ganglia -- Olfactory and limbic systems -- Cerebrovascular disease.
- 2013 AccessMedicine2013 AccessEmergency MedicineKlaus Wolff, Richard Allen Johnson, Arturo P. Saavedra."The best visual reference in dermatology covering the full range of dermatologic conditions, Fitzpatrick's Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Dermatology, 7e is a unique combination text, clinical reference, and color atlas. For each condition, there are one to two color photographs coupled with salient points of epidemiology, history, physical exam, differential diagnosis, laboratory and special examinations, disease course and up-to-date treatments. More than 1,500 full-color images, a unique combination text, clinical reference, and atlas contrast to most other dermatology references, this is a true quick-reference clinical guide"--Provided by publisher.
- 2009 (6th ed.) AccessMedicineKlaus Wolff, Richard Allen Johnson.Sect. 1: Disorders of sebaceous and apocrine glands -- Sect. 2: Eczema/dermatitis -- Sect. 3: Psoriasis -- Sect. 4: Ichthyoses -- Sect. 5: Miscellaneous epidermal disorders -- Sect. 6: Bullous diseases -- Sect. 7: Miscellaneous inflammatory disorders -- Sect. 8: Severe and life-threatening eruptions in the acutely ill patient -- Sect. 9: Benign neoplasms and hyperplasias -- Sect. 10: Photosensitivity, photo-induced disorders, and disorders by ionizing radiation -- Sect. 11: Precancerous lesions and cutaneous carcinomas -- Sect. 12: Melanoma precursors and primary cutaneous melanoma -- Sect. 13: Pigmentary disorders -- Sect. 14: The skin signs in immune, autoimmune, and rheumatic disorders -- Sect. 15: Endocrine, metabolic, nutritional, and genetic diseases -- Sect. 16: Skin signs or vascular insufficiency -- Sect. 17: Skin signs of renal insufficiency -- Sect. 18: Skin signs of systemic cancers -- Sect. 19: Skin signs of hematologic disease -- Sect. 20: Cutaneous lymphomas and sarcoma -- Sect. 21: Skin diseases in organ and bone marrow transplantation -- Sect. 22: Adverse cutaneous drug reactions -- Sect. 23: Disorders of psychiatric etiology -- Sect. 24: Bacterial infections involving the skin -- Sect. 25: Fungal infections of the skin and hair -- Sect. 26: Rickettsial infections -- Sect. 27: Viral infections of skin and mucosa -- Sect. 28: Arthropod insect bites, stings, and cutaneous infections -- Sect. 29: Systemic parasitic infections -- Sect. 30: Sexually transmitted infections -- Sect. 31: Human retroviral infections and mucocutaneous manifestations of HIV/AIDS disease -- Sect. 32: Disorders of hair follicles and related disorders -- Sect. 33: Disorders of the nail apparatus -- Sect. 34: Disorders of the mouth -- Sect. 35: Disorders of the genitalia, perineum, and anus -- Sect. 36: Generalized pruritus without skin lesions.Also available: Print – 2009
- v. 1-2., 2008editors, Klaus Wolff ... [et al.].
- 2012 AccessMedicineeditors, Lowell A. Goldsmith, Stephen I. Katz, Barbara A. Gilchrest, Amy S. Paller, David J. Leffell, Klaus Wolff.Part 1: Introduction. General considerations -- Approach to dermatologic diagnosis -- Overview of biology, development, and structure of skin. -- Part 2. Disorders presenting in skin and mucous membranes. Inflammatory disorders based on T-cell reactivity and dysregulation -- Inflammatory diseases based on neutrophyils and eosinophils -- Inflammatory diseases based on abnormal humeral reactivity and other inflammatory diseases -- Disorders of epidermal differentiation and keratinization -- Disorders of epidermal and dermal-epidermal cohesion and vesicular and bulbous disorders -- Disorders of the dermal connective tissue -- Disorders of subcutaneous tissue --- Disorders of melanocytes -- Disorders of the oral genital integument. -- Part 3. Disorders of the skin appendages. Disorders of the sebaceous glands -- Disorders of the eccrine and apocrine glands -- Disorders of the hair and nails. -- Part 4. Disorders due to the environment. Disorders due to ultraviolet radiation -- Skin changes due to other physical and chemical factors. -- Part 5. Neurocutaneous and psychocutaneous aspects of skin disease. Neurocutaneous and pshychocutaneous skin disease. -- Part 6. Skin changes across the span of life. From birth to old age. -- Part 7. Neoplasia. Carcinogenesis -- Epidermal and appendageal tumors -- Melanocytic tumors -- Tumors and hyperplasias of the dermis and subcutaneous fat. -- Part 8. The skin in systemic disease. Skin in nutritional, metabolic, and heritable disease -- Skin manifestations of bone marrow or blood chemistry disorders -- Skin manifestations of internal organ disorders -- The skin in vascular and connective tissue and other autoimmune disorders -- The skin in inflammatory and other vascular disorders. -- Part 9. Disease due to microbial agents, infestations, bites, and stings. Bacterial disease -- Fungal diseases -- Viral and rickettsial diseases ; Sexually transmitted diseases -- Infestations, bites and stings. -- Part 10. Occupational skin diseases and skin diseases due to biologic warfare. Occupational skin diseases -- The skin in bioterrorism and biologic warfare. -- Part 11. Therapeutics. Topical therapy -- Systemic therapy ; Physical treatments -- Complementary and alternative dermatology -- Surgery in dermatology -- Cosmetic dermatology.
- 2013Sheri Fink.Here the author, a physician and reporter provides a landmark investigation of patient deaths at a New Orleans hospital ravaged by Hurricane Katrina, and a suspenseful portrayal of the quest for truth and justice. She reconstructs 5 days at Memorial Medical Center and draws the reader into the lives of those who struggled mightily to survive and to maintain life amid chaos. After Katrina struck and the floodwaters rose, the power failed, and the heat climbed, exhausted caregivers chose to designate certain patients last for rescue. Months later, several health professionals faced criminal allegations that they deliberately injected numerous patients with drugs to hasten their deaths. She unspools the mystery of what happened in those days, of a hospital fighting for its life and into a conversation about the most terrifying form of health care rationing. In this book, she exposes the hidden dilemmas of end-of-life care and reveals just how ill-prepared we are in America for the impact of large-scale disasters, and how we can do better.
- 2007, 2009-14. Ovid21st ed., 2013 Ovid20th ed., 2012 Ovid19th ed., 2011 Ovid18th ed., 2010 Ovid17th ed., 2009 Ovid15th ed., 2007 OvidDomino, Frank J.Also available: Print – 2007-13.
- 2008Katrina Karkazis.Taxonomies of intersexuality to the 1950s -- Complicating sex, routinizing intervention : the development of the traditional treatment paradigm -- From socialization to hardwire : challenges to the traditional treatment paradigm -- Boy or girl? : bodies of mixed evidence and gender assignment -- Fixing sex : surgery and the production of normative sexuality -- Wanting and deciding what is best : parents' experiences -- Growing up under the medical gaze : adults' experiences -- The intersex body in the world : activism and social and medical change.
- 2007 ClinicalKey[edited by] Thomas E. Rohrer [and others] ; DVD editor, Michael R. Migden.Authored by experts in the field, this brand-new reference presents a systematic approach to which flap or graft to use in which clinical situation and how to cut and move the skin. More than 350 full-color photographs and line drawings offer you step-by-step guidance. And, a DVD containing high-quality video clips demonstrates reconstructive procedures, including cutting, positioning, and suturing of flaps and grafts. Includes numerous reconstructive options for each specific region of the face, and explains why one may be better than another in a given situation. Features several chapters on the use of flaps and grafts in facial reconstruction and describes the finer points of their design, execution, and application. Discusses complications and pitfalls and how to avoid them. Devotes an entire chapter to facial anatomy with an emphasis on practical landmarks and danger areas. Uses a consistent format throughout for ease of reference.
- 2009 ClinicalKeyedited by Fu-Chan Wei, Samir Mardini.Flaps and Reconstructive Surgery, by Drs. Fu-Chan Wei and Samir Mardini, explains how to achieve excellent results while performing all major conventional and perforator flaps used as both pedicled and free flap procedures. Respected microsurgeons from around the world describe how to use these flaps to reconstruct particular defects around the body. Videos demonstrate the entire spectrum of surgical reconstructive procedures and flaps, while high-quality illustrations, clear photographs and detailed case studies provide examples to help you achieve best possible outcomes. See how to make optimal use of perforator flaps for reconstruction of the mandible, maxilla, forehead, lower extremity ; pedicled flaps for reconstruction of shoulder motion in brachial plexus palsy ; anterolateral thigh flaps for reconstruction of defects in the head and neck, upper extremity, and lower extremity ; temporoparietal fascia flap for ear reconstruction ; nerve grafts for obstetric brachial plexus palsy reconstruction ... groin flaps for hand reconstruction ... harvest of the trimmed great toe, second toe, and combined second and third toe for hand and finger reconstruction ; harvest of the radial forearm flap ; exposure of recipient vessels in the facial artery and vein, transverse cervical artery and vein, and superficial temporal artery and vein ; and much more. Benefit from the knowledge, experience and unique insight of many of the world's most respected reconstructive micro surgeons. Watch surgeons perform procedures in real time with an unparalleled two-hour video collection that demonstrates harvest of the fibula flap for use in mandible reconstruction, the jejunum for esophagus reconstruction, and the SIEA, DIEP and IGAP flaps for breast reconstruction ; functioning muscle transfers for a variety of defects, including the gracilis muscle for facial reanimation and the gracilis musculocutaneous flap for finger flexion reconstruction with innervation using the intercostal nerves ; lymphaticovenous anastomoses and microvascular anastomosis of the artery using suture techniques and anastomosis of the vein ; and many other essential techniques. Visualize what to look for and how to proceed with high-quality illustrations of regional anatomy, flap anatomy, and step-by-step flap dissections, as well as clear photographs demonstrating successful reconstructions. Read detailed case studies that illustrate how to optimize every aspect of the care of the reconstructive surgery patient, including the postoperative period and long-term follow-up.
- 2014 Springer Protocolsedited by Stefan Weber, Erik Schleicher.Structure and General Properties of Flavins -- Recent advances in Riboflavin Biosynthesis -- Natural Riboflavin Analogs -- A Roadmap to the Isotopolog Space of Flavocoenzymes -- Electron Transferases -- Aldonolactone Oxidoreductases -- Flavins and Flavoproteins: Applications in Medicine -- Practical Aspects on the Use of Kinetic Isotope Effects as Probes of Flavoprotein Enzyme Mechanisms -- On the in vivo Redox State of Flavin-Containing Photosensory Receptor Proteins -- Computational Spectroscopy, Dynamics and Photochemistry of Photosensory Flavoproteins -- NMR Spectroscopy on Flavins and Flavoproteins -- Solid-State NMR of Flavins and Flavoproteins.-EPR on Flavoproteins -- FTIR Spectroscopy of Flavin-Binding Photoreceptors -- Resonance Raman Spectroscopy -- Photoactivation Mechanisms of Flavin-binding Photoreceptors Revealed through Ultrafast Spectroscopy and Global Analysis Methods -- Excited State Chemistry of Flavoproteins. .
- Flavonoid pharmacokinetics : methods of analysis, pre-clinical and clinical pharmacokinetics, safety, and toxicology2013 Wileyedited by Neal M. Davies, Jaime A. Yanez.More and more dietary supplements contain flavonoids. These products are typically viewed as food rather than drug products by regulatory agencies and therefore not subjected to rigorous clinical trials before they are marketed to the general public. As a result, the use of flavonoid-containing supplements presents a potential public health risk. From discovery to therapeutic application, this book is a comprehensive guide to both achiral and chiral flavonoids, enabling researchers to perform essential preclinical and clinical pharmacokinetics studies in order to ensure the efficacy of flavonoids marketed for therapeutic use. Moreover, the book examines the safety and toxicology of flavonoids as well as flavonoid-drug interactions. With contributions from a multidisciplinary team of leading researchers, Flavonoids Pharmacokinetics reviews and synthesizes the most recent research findings and results from preclinical and clinical studies. The book begins with a comprehensive overview of polyphenols and flavonoids. Next, the book covers: methods of analysis of achiral flavonoids. Preclinical pharmacokinetic of flavonoids. Toxicology and safety of flavonoids. Methods of analysis for chiral flavonoids. Clinical pharmacokinetics of flavonoids Flavonoids and drug interactions Throughout the book, the authors provide examples that demonstrate the use of pharmacokinetics concepts during the preclinical and clinical drug development process. Flavonoid Pharmacokinetics is written for pharmaceutical, food, and nutritional scientists and students, offering the tools they need to thoroughly analyze and test flavonoids and flavonoid-containing supplements to ensure their safety and efficacy.
- 2006 CRCnetBASEedited by Øyvind M. Andersen, Kenneth R. Markham.
- edited by Lester Packer ; editorial advisory board, Gary Beecher ... [et al.].Also available: Print – 2001
- 2012 CRCnetBASEedited by Jeremy P.E. Spencer, Alan Crozier.Bioavailability of flavanones / Mireia Urpi-Sarda ... [et al.] -- Bioavailability of dietary monomeric and polymeric flavan-3-ols / Alan Crozier, Michael N. Clifford, and Daniele Del Rio -- Anthocyanins : understanding their absorption and metabolism / Ronald L. Prior -- Bioavailability of flavonols and flavones / Mariusz Konrad Piskula, Kaeko Murota, and Junji Terao -- Bioavailability of isoflavones in humans / Aedín Cassidy, José Peñalvo, and Peter Hollman -- Dietary hydroxycinnamates and their bioavailability / Angelique Stalmach, Gary Williamson, and Mike Clifford -- Bioavailability of dihydrochalcones / Elke Richling -- Occurrence, bioavailability, and metabolism of resveratrol / Paola Vitaglione, Stefano Sforza, and Daniele Del Rio -- Bioavailability and metabolism of ellagic acid and ellagitannins / Mar Larrosa ... [et al.] -- Colon-derived microbial metabolites of dietary phenolic compounds / Anna-Marja Aura -- Synthesis of dietary phenolic metabolites and isotopically labeled dietary phenolics / Denis Barron ... [et al.] -- Interactions of flavan-3-ols within cellular signaling pathways / Cesar G. Fraga and Patricia I. Oteiza -- Flavonoids and vascular function / Ana Rodriguez-Mateos and Jeremy P.E. Spencer -- Effects of flavonoids on the vascular endothelium : what is known and what is next? / Antje R. Weseler and Aalt Bast -- Green tea flavan-3-ols and their role in protecting against Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease pathophysiology / Orly Weinreb ... [et al.] -- Flavonoids and neuroinflammation / David Vauzour and Katerina Vafeiadou -- Effects of flavonoids on cognitive performance / Shibu M. Poulose and Barbara Shukitt-Hale -- Flavonoids and oral cancer / Thomas Walle -- Flavonoids and cancer-effects on dna damage / Piyawan Sitthiphong ... [et al.].
- 2003 CRCnetBASEedited by Catherine A. Rice-Evans, Lester Packer.
- 2007Joshua Spanogle.
- 2003 CRCnetBASEedited by Alister D. Muir and Neil D. Westcott.
- 2003 CRCnetBASEeditors, Lilian U. Thompson, Stephen C. Cunnane.
- 2016 Ovidsenior editors, Kathy N. Shaw, Richard G. Bachur ; associate editors, James Chamberlain, Jane Lavelle, Joshua Nagler, Joan E. Shook.Sect. I: Resuscitation and stabilization -- Sect. II: Signs and symptoms -- Sect. III: Clinical pathways -- Sect. IV: Medical emergencies -- Sect. V: Trauma -- Sect. VI: Surgical emergencies -- Sect. VII: Behavioral health emergencies -- Sect. VIII: Procedures and appendices.
- Flexibility, a concise guide : to conditioning, performance enhancement, injury prevention, and rehabilitation2008 SpringerLaurence E. Holt, Thomas W. Pelham, Jason Holt.
- 2010 SpringerPierre Lascombes ; with contributions by F. Annocaro ... [et al.].
- 2010[edited by] Steven L. Kanter.
- 2009Lynn McDonald, editor.Dramatis Personae -- Florence Nightingale: A Precis of Her Life -- Introduction to Volume 13 -- Key to Editing -- Extending Nightingale Nursing in Hospitals -- Nursing in Workhouse Infirmaries -- District Nursing -- Appendix A. Biographical Sketches.
- 2010Lynn McDonald, editor.This chart adapts Nightingale's pioneering area charts (comparing preventible with non-preventible deaths) to a new issue: climate change. The areas of the wedges and the numbers beside them represent carbon dioxide emissions plus equivalent measures for the other greenhouse gases, measured in megatonnes. The angle represents the total population, the radius per capita emissions. Thus it is easy to see that emissions by China are high (because of its large population) but per capita are much lower than for the United States, Canada and Europe (see their long radii). Emissions data (2006) from the Energy Information Administration, population (2007) from the Population Reference Bureau. Chart prepared by Lynn McDonald and Patricia Warwick. Front cover image: This iconic composite portrait was painted by Jerry Barrett, reproduced courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery. The scene is fictional, depicting people who served in different places and at different times in the war. This modified clock chart uses the same data as in the classic two area charts (back cover). The wedges represent mortality, measured from the centre: blue for preventible diseases, grey-brown for other diseases and pink for wounds. --Book Jacket.
- 2009Lynn McDonald, editor.
- 2012Lynn McDonald, editor.
- 2010 ebraryLynn McDonald.A Quick sketch of Florence Nightingale's life -- pt. 1. The Making of Florence Nightingale. Faith and church ; Domestic arrangements, friends, the arts ; Illness and working style ; Companion animals and love of nature ; Last days, will and death -- pt. 2. The Social reformer. Science, law and probability ; Social class, government and politics ; Women and family ; Suggestions for thought -- pt. 3. War. The Crimean War ; Nightingale's 'confidential report' ; War Office reform ; The Geneva Convention, the Franco-Prussian War and Militarism ; Militarism and the causes of war -- pt. 4. Health care, nursing and midwifery. Nightingale's approach to health and healing ; The Nightingale system of nursing ; The Influence of Nightingale nursing worldwide ; The Evolution of nursing practice ; Midwifery training and maternity care ; District nursing -- pt. 5. Workhouse infirmaries and hospitals. Workhouse infirmary reform ; Safer hospitals -- pt. 6. India and Empire. Imperialism, racism and independence ; Famine ; Indian women -- pt. 7. Nightingale's legacy.
- 2006 ebraryGérard Vallée, editor, and Lynn McDonald, general editor.
- 2002 ebraryGerard Vallee, editor.
- 2004 ebraryedited by Lynn McDonald.
- 2007 ebraryGérard Vallée, editor ; Lynn McDonald, general editor.Social Change in India shows the shift of focus that occurred during Florence Nightingale's more than forty years of work on public health in India. While the focus in the preceding volume, Health in India, was top-down reform, notably in the Royal Commission on the Sanitary State of the Army in India, this book documents concrete proposals for self-government, especially at the municipal level, and the encouragement of leading Indian nationals themselves. Famine and related epidemics continue to be issues, demonstrating the need for public works like irrigation and for greater self-help meas.
- 203 ebraryedited by Lynn McDonald.Florence Nightingale on Society and Politics, Philosophy, Science, Education and Literature, Volume 5 in the Collected Works of Florence Nightingale, is the main source of Nightingale's work on the methodology of social science and her views on social reform. Here we see how she took her "call to service" into practice: by first learning how the laws of God's world operate, one can then determine how to intervene for good. There is material on medical statistics, the census, pauperism and Poor Law reform, the need for income security measures and better housing, on crime, gender and the famil.
- Lynn McDonald, editor.
- 2005 ebraryLynn McDonald, editor.Midwifery -- Prostitution, the contagious diseases acts and the treatment of syphilitic prostitutes -- Women friends, relatives, colleagues and acquaintances.
- 2004 ebraryLynn McDonald, editor.
- 2007 ebraryLynn McDonald, editor.Demonstrating Nightingale's astute use of the political process, this series reports her extensive correspondence with royalty, viceroys, cabinet ministers and international leaders, including such notables as Queen Victoria and W.E. Gladstone. It also contains material on family relations.
- 2007 Springeredited by Marion G. Macey.Principles of flow cytometry / Marion G. Macey -- Cell preparation / Desmond A. McCarthy -- Fluorochromes and fluorescence / Desmond A. McCarthy -- Quality control in flow cytometry / David Barnett and John T. Reilly -- Experimental design, data analysis, and fluorescence quantitation / Mark Lowdell -- Apoptosis detection by flow cytometry / Paul Allen and Derek Davies -- DNA analysis by flow cytometry / Derek Davies and Paul Allen -- Immunological studies of human cells / Ulrika Johansson -- Calcium: cytoplasmic, mitochondrial, endoplasmic reticulum, and flux measurements / Gary Warnes and Marion G. Macey -- Further functional studies / Marion G. Macey -- Cell sorting by flow cytometry / Derek Davies.Also available: Print – 2007
- 2008Tsieh Sun.
- 2014 Springer Protocolsedited by José Luis Riechmann, Frank Wellmer.In Flower Development: Methods and Protocols, researchers in the field detail protocols for experimental approaches that are currently used to study the formation of flowers, from genetic methods and phenotypic analyses, to genome-wide experiments, modeling, and system-wide approaches. 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 key tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Authoritative and practical, Flower Development: Methods and Protocols ?is an essential guide for plant developmental biologists, from the novice to the experienced researcher, and for those considering venturing into the field.
- 2010 Springeredited by Leonard G. Feld, Frederick J. Kaskel.
- 2014 SpringerAlluru S. Reddi.Fluid, Electrolyte and Acid-Base Disorders: Clinical Evaluation & Management is a clear and concise presentation of the fundamentals of fluid, electrolyte and acid-base disorders frequently encountered in clinical practice. Each chapter begins with pertinent basic physiology followed by its clinical disorder. Cases for each fluid, electrolyte and acid-base disorder are discussed with answers. In addition, board-type questions with explanations are provided for each clinical disorder to increase the knowledge for the clinician. Practical and clinically oriented, this book is a handy reference for practicing physicians, students, residents and fellows.
- 2010 ClinicalKeyMitchell L. Halperin, Kamel S. Kamel, Marc B. Goldstein.Principles of acid-base physiology -- Tools to use to diagnose acid-base disorders -- Metabolic acidosis: clinical approach -- Metabolic acidosis due to a deficit of NaHCO₃ -- Ketoacidosis -- Metabolic acidosis: acid gain types -- Metabolic alkalosis -- Respiratory acid-base disturbances -- Sodium and waterphysiology -- Hyponatremia -- Hypernatremia -- Polyuria -- Potassium physiology -- Hypokalemia -- Hyperkalemia -- Hyperglycemia.Also available: Print – 2010
- 2013Erica M. Cherry.Magnetic drug targeting (MDT) is a noninvasive medical technique that has been proposed for treating diseases that are localized in the body. Currently, drugs meant to treat such conditions are inefficient and often damage healthy tissue because they spread throughout the blood stream. MDT combats this problem by steering the majority of the medicine to the right location in the body. An ideal MDT treatment would involve chemically binding the drug to magnetic particles, injecting the particles into the bloodstream, magnetically steering them through the arterial network, and trapping them near the diseased area so the drug they carry has time to diffuse into the surrounding tissue. There is still much to learn about how to manufacture drug-coated magnetic particles, image these particles in vivo, and control them using magnetic fields. This thesis focuses on understanding the dynamics of magnetic particles moving through the blood stream. A preliminary simulation and experiment were performed to determine realistic ranges of particle, flow, and magnetic field parameters within which MDT could work. Based on the results, an expanded simulation was performed and used to predict optimal conditions for successful magnetic drug targeting. The preliminary simulation and experiment evaluated the feasibility of stopping magnetic particles in a straight tube flow with conditions similar to those in a large artery. It was found that unrealistically high magnetic field gradients were needed to control particles small enough to safely inject into the circulatory system because the fluid drag force on the particles was too large to overcome with magnetic force. Composite spheres, made of micron-sized magnetic particles embedded in agarose (which could potentially be broken up in vivo), were much easier to control magnetically in the same setup. In order to develop an understanding of the dynamics of a cluster of small magnetic particles moving through the circulatory system, an expanded simulation was developed to track the motion of such a cluster in an artery-like flow. The hope was that the presence of an extended cloud of particles would reduce the average drag force per particle and thus small particles would be easier to control magnetically. Three unclosed forces needed to be modeled for this simulation. First, the viscous force on the particles was computed by formulating a non-Newtonian model for blood. Extensive simulations showed that non-Newtonian arterial flows differed significantly from Newtonian ones even in large arteries. Second, the interparticle magnetic force was calculated by developing a numerical method that summed magnetic interactions between grid cells instead of individual particle pairs. This approach is much more efficient than summing the forces for all particle pairs and is accurate as long as the grid is well-resolved and the local gradients of magnetic particle concentration are nonzero. Finally, the dispersion coefficient of the particles caused by their interactions with blood cells was computed by performing a separate Monte Carlo simulation of particles moving through a field of red blood cells with variable shear rate, hematocrit, and particle terminal velocity. The results of the expanded simulation showed that it was possible, but not easy, to slow down a particle cluster moving through a straight artery and somewhat easier to steer a particle cluster down one branch of an arterial bifurcation. In both cases, diffusion prevented successful control of the particle cluster long-term.
- 2010 Kargervolume editors, Claudio Ronco, Maria Rosa Costanzo, Renaldo Bellomo, Alan S. Maisel."Fluid overload is often observed in patients with heart failure and secondary oliguric states. A thorough assessment of the fluid status of the patient may help guide the therapy and prevent complications induced by inappropriate therapeutic strategies. The present publication is divided into four parts: Definition and Classification, Pathophysiology, Diagnosis and Therapy."--Website.
- 2007 SpringerH. Ishihara, A.H. Giesecke.
- 2006 SpringerHans-Joachim Bungartz, Michael Schäfer (eds.)
- pt. A-B, 2013. ScienceDirectpt. B ScienceDirectedited by Sergey Y. Tetin.Part A. 40 years of FCS: how it all began / Elliot L. Elson -- Brief introduction to fluorescence correlation spectroscopy / Elliot L. Elson -- Dual-color fluorescence cross-correlation spectroscopy with continuous laser excitation in a confocal setup / Thomas Weidemann and Petra Schwille -- Brightness analysis / Patrick Macdonald, Jolene Johnson, Elizabeth Smith, Yan Chen, and Joachim D. Mueller -- Time-integrated fluorescence cumulant analysis and its application in living cells / Bin Wu, Robert H. Singer, and Joachim D. Mueller -- Raster image correlation spectroscopy and number and brightness analysis / Michelle A. Digman, Milka Stakic, and Enrico Gratton -- Global analysis in fluorescence correlation spectroscopy and fluorescence lifetime microscopy / Neil Anthony and Keith Berland -- Dual-focus fluorescence correlation spectroscopy / Christoph Pieper, Kerstin Weiss, Ingo Gergor, and Jörg Enderlein -- Pulsed interleaved excitation: principles and applications / Jelle Hendrix and Don C. Lamb -- Image correlation spectroscopy: mapping correlations in space, time, and reciprocal space / Paul W. Wiseman. Part B. FCS in STED microscopy : studying the nanoscale of lipid membrane dynamics / Veronika Mueller ... [et al.] -- Analyzing Förster resonance energy transfer with fluctuation algorithms / Suren Felekyan ... [et al.] -- Fluorescence fluctuation spectroscopy approaches to the study of receptors in live cells / David M. Jameson, Nicholas G. James, and Joseph P. Albanesi -- Studying the protein corona on nanoparticles by FCS / G. Ulrich Nienhaus, Pauline Maffre, and Karin Nienhaus -- Studying antibody-antigen interactions with fluorescence fluctuation spectroscopy / Sergey Y. Tetin, Qiaoqiao Ruan, and Joseph P. Skinner -- Fluorescence fluctuation approaches to the study of adhesion and signaling / Alexia I. Bachir, Kristopher E. Kubow, and Alan R. Horwitz -- Interactions in gene expression networks studied by two-photon fluorescence fluctuation spectroscopy / Nathalie Declerck and Catherine A. Royer-- Studying ion exchange in solution and at biological membranes by FCS / Jerker Widengren -- Fluctuation analysis of acivity biosensor images for the study of information flow in signaling pathways / Marco Vilela ... [et al.] -- Probing the plasma membrane organization in living cells by spot variation fluorescence correlation spectroscopy / Cyrille Billaudeau ... [et al.].
- 2015 SpringerFernando D. Dip, Takeaki Ishizawa, Norihiro Kokudo, Raul J. Rosenthal, editors.This volume presents the experiences of leading researchers and surgeons with different fluorescence methods. Chapters range from basic science of fluorescence to current clinical applications and new horizons. The first few chapters cover the historical evolution and physical principles of fluorescence and provide the foundation for the reader to understand the current scope and limits of its use in surgery. The second section focuses on the clinical applications of intraoperative fluorescence imaging, including subsections on fluorescence cholangiography, applications to hepatectomy, lymph node navigation, applications to GI tract and pelvic surgery and identification of cancer tissues. The third section focuses on new frontiers including fluorescence probes, imaging systems and applications to photodynamic therapy. Authored by leaders in the development of fluorescent methods worldwide, Fluorescence Imaging for Surgeons: Concepts and Applications will have an impact on numerous medical specialists including general surgeons, colorectal and minimally-invasive surgeons and surgical oncologists. Researchers will find the book to be an invaluable resource on the latest advances in the utilization of nanoparticles and fluorescent probes.
- 2010 Springer Protocolsedited by Joanna M. Bridger, Emanuela V. Volpi.Fluorescence in situ Hybridization (FISH), Basic principles and methodology -- Fluorescence in situ hybridization on DNA halo preparations and extended chromatin fibres -- Detection of nascent RNA transcripts by fluorescence in situ hybridization -- Fluorescence in situ hybridization analysis of formalin fixed paraffin embedded tissues, including tissue microarrays -- Fluorescence in situ Hybridization (FISH) on tissue cryosections -- Multiplex fluorescence in situ hybridization (M-FISH) -- Optical mapping of protein-DNA complexes on chromatin fibers -- 3D-FISH on cultured cells combined with immunostaining -- The Comet-FISH assay for the analysis of DNA damage and repair -- Direct in situ hybridization with oligonucleotide functionalized quantum dot probes -- LNA-FISH for detection of MicroRNAs in frozen sections -- Chromosome orientation fluorescence in situ hybridization or strand-specific FISH -- Combinatorial oligo FISH: directed labeling of specific genome domains in differentially fixed cell material and live cells -- Simultaneous visualization of FISH signals and bromo-deoxyuridine incorporation by formamide-free DNA denaturation -- CryoFISH: fluorescence in situ hybridization on ultrathin cryosections -- Characterization of chromosomal rearrangements using multicolor-banding (MCB/m-band) -- Visualizing nucleic acids in living cells by fluorescence in vivo hybridization -- Quality control in FISH as part of a laboratory's quality management system -- FlashFISH: "same day" prenatal diagnosis of common chromosomal aneuploidies -- FISH for pre-implantation genetic diagnosis -- PNA-FISH on human sperm -- POD-FISH: a new technique for parental origin determination based on copy number variation polymorphism -- Sequence-based high resolution chromosomal comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) -- ImmunoFISH on isolated nuclei from paraffin-embedded biopsy material -- Fluorescence in situ hybridization on 3D cultures of tumor cells -- Simultaneous ultrasensitive subpopulation staining/hybridization in situ (SUSHI) in HIV-1 disease monitoring -- Detection of prokaryotic cells with fluorescence in situ hybridization -- FISH as a tool to investigate chromosome behavior in budding yeast -- FISH on chromosomes derived from the snail model organism biomphalaria glabrata -- Fluorescence in situ hybridization with bacterial artificial chromosomes (BACs) to mitotic heterochromatin of drosophila -- Three-dimensional fluorescence in situ hybridization in mouse embryos using repetitive probe sequences -- Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) for genomic investigations in rat -- Fluorescence in situ hybridization on early porcine embryos -- FISH on 3D preserved bovine and murine preimplantation embryos.
- Fluorescence lifetime spectroscopy and imaging : principles and applications in biomedical diagnostics2015 CRCnetBASEedited by Laura Marcu, Paul M.W. French, Daniel S. Elson.Photophysics of fluorescence / Klaus Suhling -- Tissue fluorophores and their spectroscopic characteristics / Alzbeta Chorvatova and Dusan Chorvat -- Pulse sampling technique / Diego R. Yankelevich, Daniel S. Elson, and Laura Marcu -- Single point probes for lifetime spectroscopy : TCSPC technique / Christopher Dunsby and Paul M. W. French -- Optical instrumentation design for fluorescence lifetime spectroscopy and imaging / Peter T.C. So, Heejin Choi, Christopher J. Rowlands, and Vijay R. Singh -- Fluorescence lifetime imaging techniques : frequency-domain FLIM / John P. Eichorst, Kai wen Teng, and Robert M. Clegg -- Fluorescence lifetime imaging techniques : time-gated FLIM / James McGinty, Christopher Dunsby, and Paul M.W. French -- Fluorescence lifetime imaging techniques : TCSPC / Wolfgang Becker -- The phasor approach to FLIM : exploiting phasor linear properties / Michelle A. Digman and Enrico Gratton -- Analysis of time domain fluorescence measurements using least-squares deconvolution / Jing Liu, Daniel S. Elson, and Laura Marcu -- Global analysis of FLIM-FRET data / Hernán E. Grecco and Peter J. Verveer -- Fluorescence lifetime imaging in turbid media / Vadim Y. Soloviev, Teresa M. Correia, and Simon R. Arridge -- Oncology applications : optical diagnostics of cancer / Alzbeta Chorvatova and Dusan Chorvat -- Oncological applications : brain / Pramod V. Butte, Adam N. Mamelak, and Laura Marcu -- Oncology applications : skin cancer / Rakesh Patalay, Paul M.W. French, and Christopher Dunsby -- Oncology applications : gastrointestinal cancer / Sergio Coda, Paul M.W. French, and Christopher Dunsby -- Oncology applications : intraoperative diagnosis of head and neck carcinoma / D. Gregory Farwell -- Fluorescence lifetime techniques in cardiovascular disease diagnostics / Jennifer Phipps, Yang Sun, and Laura Marcu -- Ophthalmic applications of FLIM / Dietrich Schweitzer -- Fluorescence lifetime imaging applications in tissue engineering / Bernard Y. Binder, J. Kent Leach, and Laura Marcu -- Tomographic fluorescence lifetime imaging / Anand T.N. Kumar -- Photosensitizers and PDT / Rinaldo Cubeddu, Paola Taroni, and Gianluca Valentini -- Fluorescence lifetime imaging of ions in biological tissues / Christoph Biskup and Thomas Gensch.
- 2006 CRCnetBASEedited by Richard B. Thompson.
- 1997 ScienceDirectedited by Ludwig Brand, Michael L. Johnson.Also available: Print – 1997
- 2008 ScienceDirectedited by Ludwig Brand, Michael L. Johnson.A method in enzymology for measuring hydrolytic activities in live cell environments / Beverly Z. Packard and Akira Komoriya -- Heterogeneity of fluorescence determined by the method of area-normalized time-resolved emission spectroscopy / N. Periasamy -- Multiparametric probing of microenvironment with solvatochromic fluorescent dyes / Andrey S. Klymchenko and Alexander P. Demchenko -- Site-selective red-edge effects / Alexander P. Demchenko -- Fluorescence approaches to quantifying biomolecular interactions / Catherine A. Royer and Suzanne F. Scarlata -- Forster resonance energy transfer measurements of transmembrane helix dimerization energetics / Mikhail Merzlyakov and Kalina Hristova -- Application of single-molecule spectroscopy in studying enzyme kinetics and mechanism / Jue Shi ... [et al.] -- Ultrafast fluorescence spectroscopy via upconversion : applications to biophysics / Jianhua Xu and Jay R. Knutson -- Use of fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET) in studying protein-induced DNA bending / Anatoly I. Dragan and Peter L. Privalov --Fluorescent pteridine probes for nucleic acid analysis / Mary E. Hawkins -- Single-molecule fluorescence methods for the analysis of RNA folding and ribonucleoprotein assembly / Goran Pljevaljčić and David P. Millar -- Using fluorophore-labeled oligonucleotides to measure affinities of protein-DNA interactions / Brian J. Anderson ... [et al.] -- Identifying small pulsatile signals within noisy data : a fluorescence application / Michael L. Johnson ... [et al.] -- Determination of zinc using carbonic anhydrase-based fluorescence biosensors / Rebecca Bozym ... [et al.] -- Instrumentation for fluorescence-based fiber optic biosensors / Richard B. Thompson ... [et al.]Also available: Print – 2008
- 2014 Springer Protocolsedited by Yves Engelborghs, Antonie J.W.G. Visser.How to collect National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) traceable fluorescence excitation and emission spectra / Adam Matthew Gilmore -- Steady-state fluorescence polarization/anisotropy for the study of protein interactions / Nicholas G. James and David M. Jameson -- Quantitative fluorescence spectral analysis of protein denaturation / Ivo H.M. van Stokkum and Sergey P. Laptenok -- High-pressure fluorescence applications / Mariano Dellarole and Catherine A. Royer -- Frequency domain fluorometry : theory and application / Carissa M. Vetromile and David M. Jameson -- Polar plot representation of time-resolved fluorescence / John Paul Eichorst, Kai Wen Teng, and Robert M. Clegg -- Ensemble and single-molecule detected time-resolved FRET methods in studies of protein conformations and dynamics / Tomer Orevi ... [et al.] -- MD + QM correlations with tryptophan fluorescence spectral shifts and lifetimes / Patrik R. Callis and Jose R. Tusell -- Analysis of time-dependent red shifts in fluorescence emission from tryptophan residues in proteins / Dmitri Toptygin -- Global analysis of time-resolved fluorescence data / Anatoli V. Digris ... [et al.] -- Nanometrology / David J.S. Birch and Philip Yip -- Upconversion spectrophotofluorometry / Arianna Biesso, Jianhua Xu, and Jay R. Knutson -- Subpicosecond Kerr-Gate spectrofluorometry / Sergey P. Laptenok ... [et al.] -- Photoinduced electron transfer modeling to simulate flavoprotein fluorescence decay / Nadtanet Nunthaboot ... [et al.] -- Biosynthetic incorporation of tryptophan analogs in proteins / Jaap Broos -- Optimization of fluorescent proteins / Daphne S. Bindels ... [et al.] -- Monitoring membrane properties and apoptosis using membrane probes of the 3-hydroxyflavone family / Zeinab Darwich, Andrey S. Klymchenko, and Yves Mély -- Rectangle FRAP for measuring diffusion with a laser scanning microscope / Ranhua Xiong ... [et al.] -- Quantitative protocol for intensity-based live cell FRET imaging / Clemens F. Kaminski, Eric J. Rees, and Gabriele S. Kaminski Schierle -- Wide-field fluorescence lifetime imaging with multi-anode detectors / Roland Hartig ... [et al.] -- Global analysis of FRET-FLIM data in live plant cells / Sergey P. Laptenok ... [et al.] -- Time-resolved fluorescence anisotropy imaging / Klaus Suhling, James Levitt, and Pei-Hua Chung -- Multimodal fluorescence imaging spectroscopy / Martijn H.W. Stopel, Christian Blum, and Vinod Subramaniam -- Application of fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS) to measure the dynamics of fluorescent proteins in living cells / Thomas Weidemann -- Fluorescence cross-correlation spectroscopy (FCCS) in living cells / Xiaoxiao Ma, Yong Hwee Foo, and Thorsten Wohland -- Quantifying lipid-protein interaction by fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS) / Ana M. Melo, Manuel Prieto, and Ana Coutinho -- PET-FCS : probing rapid structural fluctuations of proteins and nucleic acids by single-molecule fluorescence quenching / Markus Sauer and Hannes Neuweiler -- Z-scan fluorescence correlation spectroscopy as a tool for diffusion measurements in planar lipid membranes / Tomáš Steinberger, Radek Macháň , and Martin Hof -- Scanning fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (SFCS) with a scan path perpendicular to the membrane plane / Paul Müller, Petra Schwille, and Thomas Weidemann -- Implementation and application of pulsed interleaved excitation for dual-color FCS and RICS / Jelle Hendrix and Don C. Lamb -- Quantitative study of protein-protein interactions in live cell by dual-color fluorescence correlation spectroscopy / Sergi Padilla-Parra ... [et al.] -- Brightness experiments / Patrick J. Macdonald ... [et al.] -- Global analysis of autocorrelation functions and photon counting distributions in fluorescence fluctuation spectroscopy / Victor V. Skakun, Anatoli V. Digris, and Vladimir V. Apanasovich -- Simulation of autocorrelation function and photon counting distribution in fluorescence fluctuation spectroscopy / Igor P. Shingaryov, Victor V. Skakun, and Vladimir V. Apanasovich -- Single-molecule fluorescence of nucleic acids / Kaley McCluskey ... [et al.] -- Photoswitchable fluorescent proteins for superresolution fluorescence microscopy circumventing the diffraction limit of light / Susana Rocha ... [et al.].
- Fluorescence spectroscopy in biology : advanced methods and their applications to membranes, proteins, DNA, and cells2005 Springervolume editors, M. Hof, R. Hutterer, V. Fidler.Pt. 1. Fluorescence spectroscopy: basics and advanced approaches. Basics of fluorescence spectroscopy in biosciences / M. Hof, V. Fidler and R. Hutterer -- Pulse and phase fluorometries: an objective comparison / B. Valeur -- Non-exponential fluorescence of electronically coupled donors contains distance information / S. Kalinin, M. Isaksson and L.B.-Å. Johansson -- Fluorescence nanotomography: recent progress, constraints and opportunities / O.J. Rolinski and D.J.S. Birch -- Solvent relaxation as a tool for probing micro-polarity and -fluidity / J. Sýkora, R. Hutterer and M. Hof -- Total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy: applications in biophysics / N.L. Thompson and J.K. Pero -- Single molecule spectroscopy: basics and applications / J. Enderlein -- Pt. 2. Application of fluorescence spectroscopy to biological membranes. Raft microdomains in model membranes as revealed by fluorescence quenching / G. Duportail -- The lateral structure of lipid membranes as seen by fluorescence microscopy / L.A. Bagatolli -- Pt. 3. Application of fluorescence spectroscopy to protein studies. Protein dynamics and protein folding dynamics revealed by time-resolved fluorescence / A. Saxena, J.B. Upgaonkar and G. Krishnamoorthy -- Time-resolved fluorescence and two-photon FCS investigation of the interaction of HIV-1 nucleocapsid protein with hairpin loop oligonucleotides / J. Azoulay ... [et al.] -- Pt. 4. Application of fluorescence spectroscopy to DNA and drug delivery. Fluorescence techniques in non-viral gene therapy / N. Adjimatera, A.P. Neal and I.S. Blagbrough -- Fluorescence applications in targeted drug delivery / K. Bryl and M. Langner -- Pt. 5. Fluorescence spectroscopy in cells: FCS and quantum dots. Fluorescence correlations spectroscopy in cell biology / B. Brock -- Fluorescence quantum dots: properties and applications / M.R. Warnement and S.J. Rosenthal -- Heat stress of cancer cells: fluorescence imaging of structural changes with quantum dots 605 and alexa 488.
- 2006 Springer Protocolsedited by Vladimir V. Didenko.
- 2013 Kargervolume editors, Norihiro Kokudo, Takeaki Ishizawa.History and basic technique of fluorescence imaging for hepatobiliary-pancreatic surgery / Ishizawa, T.; Kokudo, N. -- Identification of hepatocellular carcinoma / Ishizawa, T.; Kokudo, N. -- Identification of metastatic liver cancer / Lim, C.; Vibert, E. -- Identification of occult liver metastases / Yokoyama, N.; Otani, T. -- Application of fluorescence imaging to hepatopancreatobiliary surgery / Hutteman, M.; Verbeek, F.P.R.; Vahrmeijer, A.L. -- Applications of indocyanine green fluorescence imaging to liver transplantation / Kawaguchi, Y.; Ishizawa, T.; Kokudo, N. -- Staining of liver segments / Aoki, T.; Murakami, M. -- Visualization of cholecystic venous flow for hepatic resection in gallbladder carcinoma / Kai, K. -- Fluorescence cholangiography in open surgery / Mitsuhashi, N.; Shimizu, H.; Miyazaki, M. -- Fluorescence cholangiography in laparoscopic cholecystectomy : experience in Japan / Tagaya, N. [and six others] -- Fluorescence cholangiography in laparoscopic cholecystectomy experience in Argentina / Dip, F. [and five others] -- Novel laparoscopic fluorescence imaging for identification of pancreatic and hepatobiliary cancer / Bouvet, M.; Hoffman, R.M. -- Novel fluorescent probes for identification of liver cancer and pancreatic leak / Yamashita, S. [and six others] -- Novel fluorescent probes for intraoperative cholangiography / Vinegoni, C. [and five others] -- Endomicroscopic examination using fluorescent probes / Goetz, M.
- 2014 SpringerChristopher P. Toseland, Natalia Fili, editors.This book focuses on the application of fluorescence to study motor proteins (myosins, kinesins, DNA helicases and RNA polymerases). It is intended for a large community of biochemists, biophysicists and cell biologists who study a diverse collection of motor proteins. It can be used by researchers to gain an insight into their first experiments, or by experienced researchers who are looking to expand their research to new areas. Each chapter provides valuable advice for executing the experiments, along with detailed background knowledge in order to develop own experiments.
- 2014 CRCnetBASEedited by Richard N. Day, Michael W. Davidson.Introduction to fluorescent proteins / Marc Zimmer -- Lessons learned from the structure of aequorea victoria fluorescent proteins / S. James Remington -- Optimization of fluorescent proteins / Mark A. Rizzo -- Development of new colors from coral fluorescent proteins / Nathan C. Shaner -- Red fluorescent proteins : multipurpose markers for live cell imaging / Jörg Wiedenmann and G. Ulrich Nienhaus -- Optical highlighter photophysical properties / George H. Patterson -- Far red and near infrared fluorescent proteins / Jun Chu, Yan Xing, and Michael Z. Lin -- Genetically-encoded fluorescent proteins and FRAP / James G. McNally -- Optical highlighters : applications to cell biology / Malte Renz and Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz -- Optogenetic tools derived from plant photoreceptors / John M. Christie -- Fluorescent proteins for FRET : monitoring protein interactions in living cells / Richard N. Day -- Superresolution techniques / Michael W. Davidson -- The in vivo imaging revolution made by fluorescent proteins / Robert Hoffman.
- 2014 Springer Protocolsedited by Jin Zhang and Qiang Ni, Robert H. Newman.Design and application of genetically encodable biosensors based on fluorescent proteins / Robert H. Newman and Jin Zhang -- Introduction to fluorescence imaging techniques geared towards biosensor applications / J. Goedhart, Mark A. Hink, and Kees Jalink -- Quantitative measurement of Ca²⁺ and Zn²⁺ in mammalian cells using genetically encoded fluorescent biosensors / J. Genevieve Park and Amy E. Palmer -- Detecting cAMP with an epac-based FRET sensor in single living cells / J. Klarenbeek and Kees Jalink -- Analysis of compartmentalized cAMP : a method to compare signals from differently targeted FRET reporters / Alessandra Stangherlin ... [et al.] -- Genetically encoded fluorescent biosensors for live cell imaging of lipid dynamics / Moritoshi Sato -- Live-cell imaging of cytosolic NADH-NAD⁺ redox state using a genetically encoded fluorescent biosensor / Yin Pun Hung and Gary Yellen -- Measuring membrane voltage with microbial rhodopsins / Adam E. Cohen and Daniel R. Hochbaum -- Imaging the activity of Ras superfamily GTPase proteins in small subcellular compartments in neurons / Ana F. Oliveira and Ryohei Yasuda -- Imaging kinase activity at protein scaffolds / Maya T. Kunkel and Alexandra C. Newton -- Using a genetically encoded FRET-based reporter to visualize calcineurin phosphatase activity in living cells / Sohum Mehta and Jin Zhang -- Genetically encoded FRET indicators for live-cell imaging of histone acetylation / Kazuki Sasaki and Minoru Yoshida -- Genetically encoded fluorescent biosensors for live-cell imaging of MT1-MMP protease activity / Mingxing Ouyang, Shaoying Lu, and Yingxiao Wang -- Biosensor imaging in brain slice preparations / Marina Polito, Pierre Vincent, and Elvire Guiot -- Optical calcium imaging using DNA-encoded fluorescence sensors in transgenic fruit flies, Drosophila melanogaster / Shubham Dipt, Thomas Riemensperger, and André Fiala -- Multiparameter live cell imaging approach to monitor cyclic AMP and protein kinase a dynamics in parallel / Nwe-Nwe Aye-Han and Jin Zhang -- FRET and BRET-based biosensors in live cell compound screens / Katie Herbst Robinson, Jessica R. Yang, and Jin Zhang -- Integrating fluorescent biosensor data using computational models / Eric C. Greenwald, Renata K. Polanowska-Grabowska, and Jeffrey J. Saucerman.
- 2008 ScienceDirectedited by Kevin F. Sullivan.Also available: Print – 2008
- 2011 Kargervolume editor, Marília Afonso Rabelo Buzalaf.Fluoride intake of children : considerations for dental caries and dental fluorosis / M.A.R. Buzalaf, S.M. Levy -- Fluoride metabolism / M.A.R. Buzalaf, G.M. Whitford -- Contemporary biological markers of exposure to fluoride / A.J. Rugg-Gunn, A. E. Villa, M.A.R. Buzalaf -- Historical and recent biological markers of exposure to fluoride / J.P. Pessan, M.A.R. Buzalaf -- Acute toxicity of ingested fluoride / G.M. Whitford -- Chronic fluoride toxicity : dental fluorosis / P. DenBesten, W. Li -- Mechanisms of action of fluoride for caries control / M.A.R. Buzalaf ... [et al.] -- Topical use of fluorides for caries control / J.P. Pessan, K.J. Toumba, M.A.R. Buzalaf -- Systemic fluoride / F. C. Sampaio, S. M. Levy -- Oral fluoride reservoirs and the prevention of dental caries / G.L. Vogel -- Fluoride in dental erosion / A.C. Magalhães ... [et al.].
- 2006J. Fawell ... [et al.].
- Fluorophores for single-molecule imaging in living cells : characterizing and optimizing DCDHF photophysics2010Samuel Joseph Lord.The number of reports per year on single-molecule imaging experiments has grown roughly exponentially since the first successful efforts to optically detect a single molecule were completed over two decades ago. Single-molecule spectroscopy has developed into a field that includes a wealth of experiments at room temperature and inside living cells. The fast growth of single-molecule biophysics has resulted from its benefits in probing heterogeneous populations, one molecule at a time, as well as from advances in microscopes and detectors. There is a need for new fluorophores that can be used for single-molecule imaging in biological media, because imaging in cells and in organisms require emitters that are bright and photostable, red-shifted to avoid pumping cellular autofluorescence, and chemically and photophysically tunable. To this end, we have designed and characterized fluorescent probes based on a class of nonlinear-optical chromophores termed DCDHFs. This dissertation describes various physical and optical studies on these emitters, from sensing local environment to photoactivation. Chapter 1 is a general introduction to fluorescence and single-molecule spectroscopy and imaging. Single-molecule experiments in living cells are discussed and probes used for such experiments are summarized and compared. Chapter 2 explores the basic photophysics of the DCDHF fluorophores and some general methods of measuring relevant spectroscopic parameters, including photostability. Chapter 3 discusses the various approaches we have taken to modify particular properties by changing the fluorophore's structure. We have redesigned the DCDHF fluorophore into a photoactivatable fluorogen -- a chromophore that is nonfluorescent until converted to a fluorescent form using light -- described in Chapter 4. Finally, a different, chemical route to fluorescence activation is presented in Chapter 5. The remainder of the Dissertation is the Appendix and a full Bibliography. The Appendix includes a table of photophysical parameter for DCDHF fluorophore, various protocols used in the experiments discussed, MatLab codes, and NMR spectra.
- 2010 SpringerStephan Ulmer, Olav Jansen (eds.).Section 1. Basics -- Introduction / Stephan Ulmer -- Neuroanatomy and Cortical Landmarks / Stephan Ulmer -- Spatial Resolution of fMRI Techniques / Seong-Gi Kim, Tao Jin and Mitsuhiro Fukuda -- The Electrophysiological Background of the fMRI Signal / Christoph Kayser and Nikos K. Logothetis -- High-Field fMRI / Elke R. Gizewski -- Press Button Solutions / Kerstin Schmidt and Stephan Ulmer -- Section 2. Clinical Applications -- Preoperative Blood Oxygen Level Dependent (BOLD) functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) of Motor and Somatosensory Function / Christoph Stippich -- The Functional Anatomy of Speech Processing: From Auditory Cortex to Speech Recognition and Speech Production / Gregory Hickok -- Use of fMRI Language Lateralization for Quantitative Prediction of Naming and Verbal Memory Outcome in Left Temporal Lobe Epilepsy Surgery / Jeffrey R. Binder -- Mapping of Recovery from Poststroke Aphasia: Comparison of PET and fMRI / Wolf-Dieter Heiss -- Functional Magnetic Resonance-Guided Brain Tumor Resection / Peter D. Kim, Charles L. Truwit and Walter A. Hall -- Direct Cortical Stimulation and fMRI / Maximillian H. Mehdorn, Simone Goebel and Arya Nabavi -- Imaging Epileptic Seizures Using fMRI / Simon Glynn and John A. Detre -- Special Issues in fMRI-Studies Involving Children / Marko Wilke -- Multimodal Brain Mapping in Patients with Early Brain Lesions / Martin Staudt -- Combining Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation with (f)MRI / Gesa Hartwigsen, Tanja Kassuba and Hartwig Roman Siebner -- Clinical Magnetoencephalography and fMRI / Steven M. Stufflebeam.
- 2013 SpringerStephan Ulmer, Olav Jansen, editors.Since functional MRI (fMRI) and the basic method of BOLD imaging were introduced in 1993 by Seiji Ogawa, fMRI has evolved into an invaluable clinical tool for routine brain imaging, and there have been substantial improvements in both the imaging technique itself and the associated statistical analysis. This book provides a state of the art overview of fMRI and its use in clinical practice. Experts in the field share their knowledge and explain how to overcome diverse potential technical barriers and problems. Starting from the very basics on the origin of the BOLD signal, the book covers technical issues, anatomical landmarks, the full range of clinical applications, methods of statistical analysis, and special issues in various clinical fields. Comparisons are made with other brain mapping techniques, such as DTI, PET, TMS, EEG, and MEG, and their combined use with fMRI is also discussed. Since the first edition, original chapters have been updated and new chapters added, covering both novel aspects of analysis and further important clinical applications.
- 2009 Springer Protocolsedited by Massimo Filippi.Part I. BOLD fMRI: basic principles -- Principles of MRI and functional MRI / Ralf Deichmann -- Introduction to functional MRI hardware / Luis Hernandez-Garcia, Scott Peltier, and William Grissom -- Selection of optimal pulse sequences for fMRI / Mark J. Lowe and Erik B. Beall -- High-field fMRI / Alayar Kangarlu -- Experimental design / Hugh Garavan and Kevin Murphy -- Preparing fMRI data for statistical analysis / John Ashburner -- Statistical analysis of fMRI data / Mark W. Woolrich ... [et al.] -- Dynamic casual modeling of brain responses / Karl J. Friston -- Brain atlases: their development and role in functional inference / John Darrell Van Horn and Arthur W. Toga -- Part II. fMRI application to measure brain function / fMRI: application in cognitive neuroscience / Mark D'Esposito, Andrew Kayser, and Anthony Chen -- fMRI of language systems / Jeffrey R. Binder -- Imaging brain attention systems: control and selection in vision / George R. Mangun ... [et al.] -- fMRI of memory / Federica Agosta ... [et al.] -- fMRI of emotion / Simon Robinson, Ewald Moser, and Martin Peper -- fMRI of pain / Emma G. Duerden and Gary H. Duncan -- fMRI of the sensorimotor system / Massimo Filippi and Maria A. Rocca -- Functional imaging of the human visual system / Guy A. Roban and Zoe Kourtzi -- fMRI of the central auditory system / Deborah Ann Hall and Aspasia Eleni Paltoglou -- Part III. fMRI clinical application -- Application of fMRI to multiple sclerosis and other white matter disorders / Massimo Filippi and Maria A. Rocca -- fMRI in cerebrovascular disorders / Nick S. Ward -- fMRI in psychiatric disorders / Erin L. Habecker, Melissa A. Daniels, and Perry F. Renshaw -- fMRI in neurodegenerative diseases: from scientific insights to clinical applications / Bradford C. Dickerson -- fMRI in epilepsy / Rachel Thornton, Robert Powell, and Louis Lemieux -- fMRI in neurosurgery / Oliver Ganslandt ... [et al.] -- Pharmacological applications of fMRI / Paul M. Matthews -- Application of fMRI to monitor motor rehabilitation / Steven C. Cramer -- Part IV. Future of fMRI development -- Integration of measures of functional and structural MRI / Heidi Johansen-Berg ... [et al.] -- Functional MRI of the spinal cord / Patrick W. Stroman and Massimo Filippi.
- 2009 KargerLambert Skoog, Edneia Tani ; in collaboration with Anja Porwit.Historical aspects -- Techniques -- Flow cytometry in fine-needle aspiration diagnosis of lymphomas / in collaboration with Anna Porwit-MacDonald -- B cell neoplasms -- T cell neoplasms -- Hodgkin lymphoma -- Lymphadenopathy in HIV-infected patients -- Histiocytic and dendritic neoplasms -- Extranodal lymphomas -- Lymphoma look-alike.Also available: Print – 2009
- 2012 Kargervolume editors, Charles V. Biscotti, Arun D. Singh.History, indications, technique and limitations / Singh, A.D. ... [et al.] -- Cytological preparation / Brainard, J.A., Biscotti, C.V. -- Uveal metastases / Biscotti, C.V., Singh, A.D. -- Uveal lymphoma / Chute, D.J., Biscotti, C.V., Singh, A.D. -- Uveal melanoma : diagnostic features / Biscotti, C.V., Singh, A.D. -- Uveal melanoma : prognostication / Turell, M.E. ... [et al.] -- Vitreous biopsy : specimen preparation and interpretation / Coupland, S.E. -- Fine needle aspiration biopsy of retinal tumors / Ali, M.J. ... [et al.] -- Fine needle aspiration cytology in orbital tumors / Seregard, S., Tani, E. -- Future of ophthalmic fine needle aspiration biopsy / Singh, A.D., Dolan, B., Biscotti , C.V.
- 2005 SpringerR. Lencioni, D. Cioni, C. Bartolozzi (eds.) ; with contributions by A. Adam ... [et al.] ; foreword by A.L. Baert.
- 2015 SpringerGötz Penkert, Josef Böhm, Thomas Schelle.Every neurosurgeon as well as many surgeons in other disciplines, including plastic and orthopedic surgeons, may unexpectedly be confronted with an entrapment syndrome or a nerve trauma. With a view to preventing costly transfers to expert clinics, this manual for practitioners offers optimized step-by-step figures illustrating how best to approach every relevant nerve lesion. Clear advice is also provided on differential diagnosis from inflammatory neuropathies, which will assist in avoiding false indications for surgery. This is a true manual for practitioners that offers excellent guidance for all surgeons while in the operating theater.
- 2015 SpringerStefan Thüroff, Christian G. Chaussy, editors.
- 2016 SpringerWinnok H. De Vos, Sebastian Munck, Jean-Pierre Timmermans [editors].
- 2007[edited by] Sandeep Saxena.DVD contents: Epiretinal membrane removal -- Macular hole surgery with trypan blue and indocyanine green staining -- Macular hole surgery with internal limiting membrane removal using triamcinolone -- Surgical removal of choroidal neovascular membrane (submacular surgery) -- Limited macular translocation -- Macular translocation with 360-degree retinotomy -- Surgery for diabetic macular edema -- Surgery for myopic foveoschisis -- 25-gauge transconjunctival standard vitrectomy for macular pucker. Optical coherence tomography -- Scanning laser ophthalmoscope-based angiography -- Microperimetry -- Multifocal electroretinogram in macular disorders -- Fluorescein angiography and indocyanine green angiography in macular disorders -- Laser photocoagulation in diabetic macular edema -- Laser treatment of macular disorders -- Photodynamic therapy for neovascular age-related macular degeneration -- Vascular endothelial growth factor and anti-vascular endothelial growth factor therapy for choroidal neovascularization -- Antioxidants and age-related macular degeneration -- Intravitreal triamcinolone acetonide in macular diseases -- Surgeries for epiretinal membrane, vitreomacular traction syndrome, idiopathic macular hole, choroidal neovascularization, diabetic macular edema and myopic foveoschisis -- Surgeries for retinal vein occlusion -- Step by step macular and allied surgeries -- Macular involvement in posterior uveitis -- Macular involvement in intraocular tumors -- Oxidative stress in macular diseases.
- 2010 CRCnetBASEedited by Lynn B. Bailey.Folate chemistry and metabolism / Barry Shane -- Folate bioavailability / Helene McNulty, Kristina Pentieva -- Folate biochemical pathways and their regulation / Patrick Stover -- Genetic variation : effect on folate metabolism and disease/birth defect risk / Karen Christensen, Rima Rozen -- Folate in pregnancy and lactation / Tsunenobu Tamura, Mary Frances Picciano, Michelle Kay McGuire -- Folate status and birth defect risk : epidemiological perspective / Charlotte Hobbs ... [et al.] -- Folate-related birth defects : embryonic consequences of abnormal folate transport and metabolism / Deeann Wallis ... [et al.] -- Folic acid fortification : neural tube defect risk reduction-global perspective / R.J. Berry, Heather Hamner, Joseph Mulinaire -- Folate and cancer : epidemiological perspective / Jia Chen ... [et al.] -- Folate and carcinogenesis : basic mechanisms / Eric Ciappio, Joel Mason -- Folate and vascular disease : epidemiological perspective / Sari Kalin, Eric Rimm -- Folate and vascular disease : basic mechanisms / Luciana Hannibal, Alla V. Glushchenko, Donald W. Jacobsen -- Folate and neurological function : epidemiological perspective / Martha S. Morris, Paul Jacques -- Folate and neurological disease : basic mechanisms / Terry Bottiglieri, Edwards H. Reynolds -- Folate and vitamin B12 interactions : metabolic and potential health implications / Anne Molloy -- Clinical folate deficiency / Sally Stabler -- Influence of alcohol on folate status and methionine metabolism in relation to alcoholic liver disease / Charles Halsted, Valentina Medici, Farah Esfandiari -- Folate and choline interrelationships : metabolic and potential health implications / Marie Caudill -- Folate : recommended intakes, consumption, and status / Gail Kauwell, Megan L. Diaz, Lynn B. Bailey -- Kinetics of folate and one-carbon metabolism / Jesse F. Gregory III, Vanessa da Silva, Yvonne Lamners -- Folate analytical methodology / Christine Pfeiffer, Zia Fazili, and Mindy Zhang.
- 2011 SpringerAndreas Wyttenbach, Vincent O'Connor, editors.Folding for the Synapse addresses the current view on how protein folding and misfolding, controlled by molecular chaperones, contribute to synapse function and dysfunction. Molecular chaperones have been studied in relation to de novo protein folding, but there is increasing awareness that chaperone function is required for the regulation of protein dynamics when functioning physiologically as an isolated moiety or part of a protein complex. This book will introduce both important concepts of folding machineries and give examples of the biological relevance of further chaperone functions.
- 2011 SpringerRowen J.Y. Chang, Salvador Ventura, editors.1. Oxidative folding: coupling conformational folding and disulfide formation -- 2. The case of oxidative folding of ribonuclease A: factors impacting fold maturation of ER-processed proteins -- 3. Cystine knot folding in cyclotides -- 4. In vitro folding of single/double chain insulins and related proteins -- 5. Unfolding and refolding of disulfide proteins using the method disulfide scrambling -- 6. Oxidative protein folding with small molecules -- 7. Protein disulfide isomerase and the catalysis of oxidative protein folding -- 8. Allosteric disulfide bonds -- 9. The problem of expression of multidisulfide bonded recombinant proteins in E. coli -- 10. NMR-spectroscopic investigation of disulfide dynamics in unfolded states of proteins -- 11. A half-century of oxidative folding and protein disulfphide formation -- Index.
- 2013Anika Wilson.Advice is good medicine -- Funny, yet sorrowful -- "Nobody fears AIDS, Mphutsi is more fire" -- Mgoneko.
- 2006Frederick Crews.Consists of a collection of edited book reviews, essays, and lectures from the last 15 years on psychoanalysis and a wide range of related topics.
- 2011 Kargervolume editor, J. Bogousslavsky.Birth of modern psychiatry and the death of alienism : the legacy of Jean-Martin Charcot / Bogousslavsky, J.; Moulin, T. -- Jean-Martin Charcot's house officers at la Salpêtrière Hospital / Walusinski, O. -- The chair of mental and brain diseases : Charcot's pupils--Benjamin Ball, Alix Joffroy, and Gilbert Ballet / Tiberghien, D. -- Édouard Brissaud, Fulgence Raymond and the succession of Charcot / Tatu, L. -- Great careers : Cornil, Bouchard, Bourneville, and Proust / Paciaroni, M.; Cittadini, E.; Bogousslavsky, J. -- Keeping the fire burning : Georges Gilles de la Tourette, Paul Richer, Charles Féré, and Alfred Binet / Walusinski, O. -- Renewing the fire : Joseph Babinski / Poirier, J.; Philippon, J. -- Paul Sollier : the first clinical neuropsychologist / Bogousslavsky, J.; Walusinski, O. -- Pierre Janet, Sigmund Freud, and Charcot's psychological and psychiatric legacy / Pérez-Rincón, H. -- Jules Bernard Luys in Charcot's penumbra / Parent, M.; Parent, A. -- Hysteria after Charcot : back to the future / Bogousslavsky, J. -- Jules Joseph Déjerine versus Pierre Marie / Paciaroni, M.; Bogousslavsky, J. -- Neurology outside Paris following Charcot / Moulin, T. ... [et al.] -- Birth and death of Charcot's scientific journals / Poirier, J.; Ricou, P.; Leroux-Hugon, V.
- Fomites in infectious disease transmission : a modeling, laboratory, and field study on microbial transfer between skin and surfaces2010Timothy Ryan Julian.This dissertation examines the factors that influence fomite-mediated (e.g., indirect contact) transmission of viral gastrointestinal and respiratory illness. Specifically, the dissertation investigates virus transfer between surfaces and virus recovery from surfaces, models human-fomites interactions to estimate exposure and infection risk, and elucidates causal links between microbial contamination and illness in child care centers. Indirect contact transmission refers to person-to-person transmission of disease via an intermediate fomite (e.g., inanimate object acting as a carrier of infectious disease). The role of indirect contact in disease spread is poorly understood in part because the transmission route of viral pathogens is often difficult to determine. Transmission of respiratory and gastrointestinal viruses can occur through multiple routes (e.g., direct contact, indirect contact, airborne, and common vehicle), and the relative contribution of each route to total disease burden is unclear. The first study in this dissertation examines virus transfer between skin and surfaces, a necessary step in fomite-mediated transmission of viral disease. In the study, transfer of virus between fingerpads and fomites is explored in a laboratory setting. Bacteriophage (fr, MS2, and PHIX174) are used as proxies for pathogenic virus, and over 650 unique transfer events are collected from 20 different volunteers. The study concludes that approximately one quarter (23%) of recoverable virus is readily transferred from a contaminated surface (e.g., a fomite) to an uncontaminated surface (e.g., a finger) on contact. Using the large data set, the direction of transfer (from fingerpads-to-fomite or fomite-to-fingerpad) and virus species are demonstrated to both significantly influence the fraction of virus transferred by approximately 2-5%. To investigate the relative importance of factors contributing to fomite-mediated transmission, a child's risk of illness from exposure to a contaminated fomite is modeled. Specifically, the model estimates a child's exposure to rotavirus using a stochastic-mechanistic framework. Simulations of a child's contacts with the fomite include intermittent fomite-mouth, hand-mouth, and hand-fomite contacts based on activities of a typical child under six years of age. In addition to frequency of contact data, parameters estimated for use in the model include virus concentration on surface; virus inactivation rates on hands and the fomite; virus transfer between hands, fomite, and the child's mouth; and the surface area of objects and hands in contact. From the model, we conclude that a child's median ingested dose from interacting with a rotavirus-contaminated ball ranges from 2 to 1,000 virus over a period of one hour, with a median value of 42 virus. These results were heavily influenced by selected values of model parameters, most notably, the concentration of rotavirus on fomite, frequency of fomite-mouth contacts, frequency of hand-mouth contacts, and virus transferred from fomite to mouth. The model demonstrated that mouthing of fomite is the primary exposure route, with hand mouthing contributions accounting for less than one-fifth of the child's dose over the first 10 minutes of interaction. Based on the findings from the model that concentration of virus on a fomite influences a child's risk of illness, we investigate methods to recover virus from fomites. In a literature review and subsequent meta analysis, we demonstrate that the outcome currently used to describe virus contamination, positivity rate, is biased by the authors' selected sampling methods. We follow up, in the laboratory, with a comparison of the identified methods and demonstrate that polyester-tipped swabs prewetted in 1/4-strength Ringer's solution or saline solution is the most efficient sampling method for virus recovery tested. The recommended method is compatible with plaque assay and quantitative reverse-transcription polymerase chain reaction, two techniques used to quantify virus. The link between hand / fomite contamination and infection risk was explored in a field study at two child care centers over four months. Both respiratory and gastrointestinal disease incidence were tracked daily, while hand and environmental surface contamination were monitored weekly between February 2009 and June 2009. Microbial contamination was determined using quantitative densities of fecal indicator bacteria (e.g. Escherichia coli, enterococci, and fecal coliform) on hands and fomites as well as presence/absence of viral pathogens (e.g. enterovirus and norovirus). Health was monitored daily by childcare staff, who tracked absences, illness-related absences, and symptomatic respiratory and gastrointestinal illness. The resultant data suggests that increases in microbial contamination led to increases in symptomatic respiratory illness four to six days later, in agreement with typical incubation periods for respiratory illness. Similarly, respiratory illness led to increases in microbial contamination on hands during presentation of symptoms, and on fomites in the following three days.
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- 2006 CRCnetBASE[edited by] Kalidas Shetty ... [et al.].
- 2005 CRCnetBASEedited by Steve W. Cui.
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- 2007 CRCnetBASEeditor, Carmen Socaciu.
- 2006 CRCnetBASEedited by Morris Potter.pt. 1. Factors that influence interactions between foodborne pathogenic agents and consumers -- pt. 2. Human host factors that influence foodborne disease -- pt. 3. Agent factors of pathogenicity and virulence that influence foodborne disease.
- 2005 CRCnetBASEedited by David J. Mela.
- 2009 Kargervolume editor, Toshikazu Yoshikawa.Genomics for food functionality and safety / Abe, K. -- Lipid metabolism and nutrigenomics : impact of sesame lignans on gene expression profiles and fatty acid oxidation in rat liver / Ide, T. ... [et al.] -- Genome science of lipid metabolism and obesity / Takahashi, N. ... [et al.] -- Oxidative stress-induced posttranslational modification of proteins as a target of functional food / Naito, Y., Yoshikawa, T. -- Absorption and function of dietary carotenoids / Nagao, A. -- Metabolism of flavonoids / Wang, Y., Ho, C.-T. -- [beta]-carotene degradation products : formation, toxicity, and prevention of toxicity / Siems, W. ... [et al.] -- Dietary flavonoids as antioxidants / Terao, J. -- Inflammatory components of adipose tissue as target for treatment of metabolic syndrome / Yu, R., Kim, C.-S., Kang, J.-H. -- Soybean isoflavones in bone health / Ishimi, Y. -- Probiotics in primary prevention of atopic dermatitis / Ji, G.E. -- Astaxanthin protects neuronal cells against oxidative damage and is a potent candidate for brain food / Liu, X., Osawa, T. -- Function of marine carotenoids / Miyashita, K. -- Exercise and food factors / Aoi, W. -- Molecular basis for cancer chemoprevention by green tea polyphenol EGCG / Tachibana, H. -- Chemoprevention by isothiocyanates : molecular basis of apoptosis induction / Nakamura, Y. -- Ginger-derived phenolic substances with cancer preventive and therapeutic potential / Kundu, J.K., Na, H.-K., Surh, Y.-J. -- Chemoprevention with phytochemicals targeting inducible nitric oxide synthase / Murakami, A. -- Chemoprevention of tocotrienols : the mechanism of antiproliferative effect / Wada, S.
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- 2016 SpringerMartin Caraher, John Coveney.While there is not one global definition of the term 'food poverty,' the evidence from the chapters in this book suggest food poverty can be seen from three perspectives: 1) the causes and constraints facing both individuals, households, communities and policy makers, 2) constrained choices or the 'lived experience' and 3) the health impacts or outcomes. As a working definition of food poverty, this approach suggests that where constraints are such that it is not possible for individuals or households to consume a nutritionally adequate diet, they could be considered to be in food poverty. The modern food system has introduced new complexities to food insecurity with the growth of micro-nutrient inequalities. As a result of growing levels of poverty and inequality, hunger and obesity are not being faced by two different groups, but often by the same group. While the developed world faces a problem with overconsumption and chronic diseases, the developing world is addressing the double burden of hunger and over-consumption. Even in the developed world, nation states are facing the rise of modern malnutrition, which includes both over-consumption and the re-emergence of hunger: over-consumption combined with austerity. The volume undertakes a critical examination of food poverty and food security by addressing topics such as tensions over the role of the state, the movement towards rights and responsibilities around food, and the rising tide of food poverty. Auth ors also cover possible solutions at both national and city state levels. The editors conclude with a chapter that draws together the issues and locates solutions within a food policy framework of the total food system. These studies help reveal the complexities of food insecurity within a global context, with the goal of clarifying taken for granted assumptions in present discourses.
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- 2001 CRCnetBASEedited by William Helferich and Carl K. Winter.
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