• 2011From: Springer
    Qihui "Jim" Zhai, Ady Kendler.
    General considerations -- Nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses -- Salivary glands -- Oral cavity, pharynx, and larynx -- Neck -- Head and neck presentations of intracranial lesions.
  • 2011From: Springer
    edited by Rhonda K. Yantiss.
    Intraoperative Evaluation of Primary Hepatocellular Tumors.- Intraoperative Evaluation of Hepatic Biliary Lesions.- Metastases and Mimics of Metastatic Disease in the Liver -- Mesenchymal and Pediatric Tumors of the Liver -- Intraoperative Assessment of Donor Livers in the Transplant Setting -- Intraoperative Evaluation of the Extrahepatic Biliary Tree and Ampulla of Vater -- Intraoperative Evaluation of the Gallbladder.
  • 2009From: Springer
    Timothy Craig Allen, Philip T. Cagle.
  • 2012From: Springer
    edited by Cherie H. Dunphy.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Wendy L. Frankel, Daniela M. Proca ; including chapter 2 co-authored by Mark Bloomston.
    Introduction -- Introduction to Pain Management, Historical Perspectives, and Careers in Pain Management -- Multidisciplinary Approach to Pain Management -- Anatomy and Physiology -- Acute and Chronic Mechanisms of Pain -- Clinical Principles -- Assessment of Pain: Complete Patient Evaluation -- Diagnostic Imaging in Pain Management -- Pharmacology -- Opioids: Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics -- Opioids: Basic Concepts in Clinical Practice -- Nonopioid Analgesics in Pain Management -- Alternative and Herbal Pharmaceuticals -- Importance of Placebo Effect in Pain Management -- Non-pharmacologic Management of Pain -- Psychological and Psychosocial Evaluation of the Chronic Pain Patient -- Interventional Pain Management -- Functional Restoration of Patients with Pain -- Occupational Therapy in Client-Centered Pain Management -- Acupuncture -- Nursing Perspective on Pain Management -- Post-surgical Pain Management -- Acute Pain Management -- Pain Management for Trauma -- Regional Anesthesia Techniques -- Principles of Ultrasound Techniques --Labor Pain Management -- Chronic Pain Management -- Neuropathic Pain -- Ischemic and Visceral Pain -- Fibromyalgia, Arthritic, and Myofascial Pain -- Head, Neck, and Back Pain -- Headache -- Management of Cancer Pain -- Ethics in Pain Management and End of Life Care -- Additional Topics.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Philip T. Cagle, Timothy Craig Allen.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Qihui "Jim" Zhai, editor.
    The Frozen Section Library series provides concise, user-friendly, site specific handbooks that are well illustrated and highlight the pitfalls, artifacts and differential diagnosis issues that arise in the hurried frozen section scenario. Written by expert surgical pathologists, Frozen Section Library: Endocrine Organs presents common and practical problems including follicular adenoma versus follicular carcinoma, papillary thyroid carcinoma versus reactive change and freezing artifact, follicular variant of papillary thyroid carcinoma, and medullary thyroid carcinoma. Anaplastic carcinoma, thyroid lymphoma, resection margin of a pancreatic endocrine tumor, pheochromocytoma within an adrenal gland and extra- adrenal gland, parathyroid tissue versus a thyroid tissue and versus a lymph node are also explored in detail. All chapters are illustrated with color pictures and accompanied legends. As a handbook for practicing pathologists, this volume is an indispensable aid to diagnosis and for avoiding dangers in one of the most challenging situations that pathologists encounter. Rapid consideration of differential diagnoses and how to avoid traps caused by frozen section artifacts are readily accessible. Tables and charts provide guidance for differential diagnosis of various histological patterns.
  • 2014From: Springer
    editor: James M. Rippe.
  • Stephanie Marie Brandt.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • Devanand Sadanand Manoli.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2017From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Bradley P. Fuhrman, Jerry J. Zimmerman, Joseph A. Carcillo, Robert S.B. Clark, Monica Relvas, Alexandre T. Rotta, Ann E. Thompson, Joseph D. Tobias.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Peter Zuber.
    This SpringerBrief on Spx reviews the investigations that led to the discovery of Spx and its orthologs and ties together the results of various studies that have explored the function and control of spx in Gram-positive organisms. Spx of Bacillus subtilis has been extensively studied, but very little has been published about it. This book incorporates a number of studies that have been conducted in other Gram positive bacteria, which examined the role of Spx orthologs in stress response, bacterial development and virulence. The book contains an overview that will introduce the protein and its orthologous forms, its association with RNA polymerase, the species of Gram-positive bacteria in which it is found, and the conditions in which it is abundant and active. Spx is a member of a large group of proteins belonging to the ArsC/Spx protein family, so the review touches upon the bioinformatic support for the protein family composition and its meaning with regard to protein structure/function.
  • Star Wangoong Lee.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • Francisco Javier Piña.
    Calcineurin is a Ca2+/calmodulin-dependent serine/threonine protein phosphatase conserved from yeast to mammals required for cell survival during environmental stress in yeast. It dephosphorylates several proteins located in different cellular compartments. Hph1 is a substrate of calcineurin that together with Hph2, its homolog, is also required for cellular adaptation to environmental stress. Hph1 and Hph2 are novel proteins of unknown function. Hph1 and Hph2 are tail-anchored integral ER-membrane proteins and have no identifiable homologs of in other organisms, except closely related yeast species. The goal of this work was to identify proteins that interact with Hph1 and Hph2 to help us identify their biological function. We show that Hph1 and Hph2 interact with the post-translational translocation machinery and are required for Vph1 stability, suggesting that they function in post-translational translocation at the ER. We have found several additional phenotypes for cells lacking HPH1 and HPH2 that overlap with the phenotypes observed for cells that have defects in vacuolar acidification. Hph1, but not Hph2, interacts with Vam6, a guanine-nucleotide-exchange factor, that regulates homotypic vacuolar fusion (through Ypt7) and TORC1 activation (through Gtr1). Interestingly, hph1[Delta] hph2[Delta] cells are resistant to rapamycin, further suggesting a role for these proteins in nutrient signaling. Structure-function analyses revealed that the coiled-coil motif is required for proper Hph1 localization and function, whereas the transmembrane domain is dispensable. This study has advanced our understanding of Hph1 and calcineurin function in regulating the cell's response to environmental stress and paves the way for a mechanistic understanding of Hph1 and Hph2 function in yeast.
  • 2014From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Juan C. Stockert, Jesús Espada, Alfonso Blázquez-Castro.
    Predictive binding geometry of ligands to DNA minor groove : isohelicity and hydrogen-bonding pattern / Juan C. Stockert -- Using microchip gel electrophoresis to probe DNA-drug binding interactions / Nan Shi and Victor M. Ugaz -- Identifying different types of chromatin using Giemsa staining / Juan C. Stockert, Alfonso Blázquez-Castro, and Richard W. Horobin -- Analysis of DNA damage and repair by comet fluorescence in situ hybridization (comet-FISH) / Michael Glei and Wiebke Schlörmann -- Alkaline nuclear dispersion assays for the determination of DNA damage at the single cell level / Piero Sestili and Carmela Fimognari -- Polarization microscopy of extended chromatin fibers / Maria Luiza S. Mello and Benedicto de Campos Vidal -- DNA labeling in vivo : quantification of epidermal stem cell chromatin content in whole mouse hair follicles using Fiji image processing software / Elisa Carrasco, María I. Calvo, and Jesús Espada -- Historical overview of bromo-substituted DNA and sister chromatid differentiation / Roberto Mezzanotte and Mariella Nieddu -- Image analysis of chromatin remodelling / Benedicto de Campos Vidal, Marina B. Felisbino, and Maria Luiza S. Mello -- FISH methods in cytogenetic studies / Miguel Pita, Juan Orellana, Paloma Martínez-Rodríguez, Ángel Martínez-Ramírez, Begoña Fernández-Calvín, and José L. Bella -- Ultrastructural and immunofluorescent methods for the study of the XY body as a biomarker / Roberta B. Sciurano and Alberto J. Solari -- Atomic force microscopy for analyzing metaphase chromosomes : comparison of AFM images with fluorescence labeling images of banding patterns / Osamu Hoshi and Tatsuo Ushiki -- Selective detection of phagocytic phase of apoptosis in fixed tissue sections / Vladimir V. Didenko -- Selective transport of cationized fluorescent topoisomerase into nuclei of live cells for DNA damage studies / Candace L. Minchew and Vladimir V. Didenko -- Visualization and interpretation of eukaryotic DNA replication intermediates in vivo by electron microscopy / Kai J. Neelsen, Arnab Ray Chaudhuri, Cindy Follonier, Raquel Herrador, and Massimo Lopes -- Combined bidimensional electrophoresis and electron microscopy to study specific plasmid DNA replication intermediates in human cells / Cindy Follonier and Massimo Lopes -- Standard DNA methylation analysis in mouse epidermis : bisulfite sequencing, methylation-specific PCR, and 5-methyl-cytosine (5mC) immunological detection / Jesús Espada, Elisa Carrasco, and María I. Calvo -- Methyl-combing : single-molecule analysis of DNA methylation on stretched DNA fibers / Attila Németh -- Investigating 5-hydroxymethylcytosine (5hmC) : the state of the art / Colm E. Nestor, James P. Reddington, Mikael Benson, and Richard R. Meehan -- Hydroxymethylated DNA immunoprecipitation (hmeDIP) / Colm E. Nestor and Richard R. Meehan -- Microscale thermophoresis for the assessment of nuclear protein-binding affinities / Wei Zhang, Stefan Duhr, Philipp Baaske, and Ernest Laue -- Analysis of histone posttranslational modifications from nucleolus-associated chromatin by mass spectrometry / Stefan Dillinger, Ana Villar Garea, Rainer Deutzmann, and Attila Németh -- Salt-urea, sulfopropyl-sepharose, and covalent chromatography methods for histone isolation and fractionation / Pedro Rodriguez-Collazo -- Chromatin immunoprecipitation / Javier Rodríguez-Ubreva and Esteban Ballestar -- Analysis of chromatin composition of repetitive sequences : the ChIP-Chop assay / Raffaella Santoro -- Purification of specific chromatin domains from single- copy gene loci in Saccharomyces cerevisiae / Stephan Hamperl, Christopher R. Brown, Jorge Perez-Fernandez, Katharina Huber, Manuel Wittner, Virginia Babl, Ulrike Stöckl, Hinrich Boeger, Herbert Tschochner, Philipp Milkereit, and Joachim Griesenbeck -- Deep sequencing of small chromatin-associated RNA : isolation and library preparation / Sarah Daniela Diermeier, Thomas Schubert, and Gernot Längst -- Deep sequencing of small chromatin-associated RNA : bioinformatic analysis / Sarah Daniela Diermeier and Gernot Längst.
  • Allison Huei-Juin Mo.
    In both prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms, the coordination of cell division with DNA replication, segregation, and repair is critical for ensuring that each daughter cell receives an intact copy of the genome. In Bacillus subtilis, DNA damage triggers the SOS response, which activates a host of repair pathways, as well as an inhibitor of cell division, YneA. The mechanism by which YneA inhibits cell division and the processes involved in shutting off YneA activity remain unclear. In this work, we show that YneA is induced under a variety of DNA stress conditions, including replication initiation blocks. We observed that YneA is exported, does not stably associate with the cell wall, and is rapidly proteolyzed. Our results also suggest that YneA may be active prior to signal peptide cleavage. We have isolated mutations that indicate that protein-protein interactions mediated by the transmembrane domain might be required for YneA activity. One possible YneA target may be DivIB, a divisome component that we identified in a screen for suppressors of yneA overexpression.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Fernando Reinoso-Suárez, Isabel de Andrés, Miguel Garzón.
    The sleep-wakefulness cycle -- Revision of the publications describing the anatomical connections and effects of lesions and electrical stimulation of brain structures on the sleep-wakefulness cycle -- Functional anatomy of wakefulness.
  • Hsiao-Ting Wang.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2014From: Karger
    volume editors, Eamonn M.M. Quigley, Michio Hongo, Shin Fukudo.
    "The clinical problems and dilemmas which the busy clinician encounters on a daily basis are the main focus of this publication. Emphasizing a clinical rather than a pathophysiological approach to problems, it facilitates access and helps the practicing clinician to develop an effective and efficient diagnostic and therapeutic strategy. Nevertheless, clinically important aspects of pathophysiology are also dealt with in detail when called for. A variety of scenarios that are especially relevant to modern medical practice, such as the intensive care unit, are taken into account. A group of internationally renowned experts guides the reader through the broad variety of diagnostic options available to assist in the assessment of symptoms originating anywhere along the gastrointestinal tract, from the esophagus to the anus, and, in each instance, every effort is made to critically appraise the technology discussed. Moreover, general overviews of broadly relevant therapeutic approaches are also provided. Pediatric and adult gastroenterologists, gastrointestinal surgeons and hospitalists will find this publication to be a valuable help in their daily practice"--Publisher's description.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Brian E. Lacy, Michael D. Crowell, John K. DiBaise, editors.
    Globus -- Dysphagia -- Noncardiac Chest Pain -- Functional Gastrointestinal and Motility Disorders: Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease -- Aerophagia, Belching, and Rumination -- Dyspepsia -- Chronic nausea -- Gastroparesis -- Cyclical Vomiting Syndrome -- Gas and Bloating -- Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth -- Chronic Intestinal Pseudo-Obstruction -- Functional Gallbladder Disorder -- Right Upper Quadrant Pain after Cholecystectomy -- Chronic Constipation -- Irritable Bowel Syndrome -- Colonic Inertia -- Chronic Diarrhea -- Fecal Incontinence -- Rectal Pain -- Complementary and Alternative Management Strategies in Irritable Bowel Syndrome -- Appendix: Answers to Teaching Questions.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Raymond J. Owens, Joanne E. Nettleship ; editors.
    Glycoproteomics in health and disease / Weston B. Struwe, Eoin F.J. Cosgrave, Jennifer C. Byrne, Radka Saldova, and Pauline M. Rudd -- Glyco-engineering of Fc Glycans to enhance the biological functions of therapeutic IgGs / T. Shantha Raju, David M. Knight, and Robert E. Jordan -- Bioinformatics databases and applications available for glycobiology and glycomics / René Ranzinger, Kai Maass, and Thomas Lütteke -- Lectin microarrays: Simple tools for the analysis of complex glycans / Lakshmi Krishnamoorthy and Lara K. Mahal -- The application of high throughput mass spectrometry to the analysis of glycoproteins / Sasha Singh, Morten Thaysen Andersen, and Judith Jebanathirajah Steen -- Solutions to the glycosylation problem for low- and high-throughput structural glycoproteomics / Simon J. Davis and Max Crispin -- Role of glycoproteins in virus-human cell interactions / Thomas A. Bowden and Elizabeth E. Fry.
  • Christopher David Brown.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2014From: Springer
    Chunlin Hou, editor.
    One of the most common problems for spinal cord injury patients is urinary system dysfunction. The book Functional Bladder Reconstruction Following Spinal Cord Injury via Neural Approaches introduces how to solve this problem using multi-disciplinary approaches. From animal model studies to surgical techniques as well as successful case reports, six kinds of surgery are presented in separate chapters. This up-to-date monograph will be a valuable resource for surgeons, urologists and neurologists caring for spinal cord injury patients. The contributors are a group of surgeons working in the fields of orthopaedics and microsurgery.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Jay J. Pillai, editor.
    This book presents a comprehensive overview of current state-of-the-art clinical physiological imaging of brain tumors.? It focuses on the clinical applications of various modalities as they relate to brain tumor imaging, including techniques such as blood oxygen level dependent functional magnetic resonance imaging, diffusion tensor imaging, magnetic source imaging/magnetoencephalography, magnetic resonance perfusion imaging, magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging, amide proton transfer imaging, high angular resolution diffusion imaging, sodium imaging, and molecular imaging. Featuring contributions from renowned experts in functional imaging, this book examines the diagnosis and characterization of brain tumors, details the application of functional imaging to treatment planning and monitoring of therapeutic intervention, and explores future directions in physiologic brain tumor imaging. Intended for neuro-oncologists, neurosurgeons, neuroradiologists, residents, and medical students, Functional Brain Tumor Imaging is a unique resource that serves to advance patient care and research in this rapidly developing field.
  • S. Murray Sherman and R. W. Guillery.
    An introduction to thalamocortical pathways -- Cell and synaptic properties -- The basic organization of cortex and thalamus -- Classification of afferents in thalamus and cortex -- First and higher order thalamic relays -- The dual nature of the thalamic input to cortex -- Linking the body and the world to the thalamus -- The inputs to the cortex from the thalamus and the cortical descending outputs -- Thalamocortical links to the rest of the brain and the world.
  • 2007From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Maria Saarela.
    pt. 1. The health benefits of functional dairy products -- pt. 2. Functional dairy ingredients -- pt. 3. Product development.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Loren M. Fishman, Allen N. Wilkins.
    Electricity in medicine: philosophy meets physiology -- Electrodiagnosis and the physical examination: casting a fine net widely -- Dynamic electrodiagnosis: provocative/evocative maneuvers define diagnoses of exclusion and refine dual diagnoses -- Neurological thoracic outlet syndrome: approaching a pathognomonic sign -- Treating neurological thoracic outlet syndrome identified by a provoked electromyographic sign: analysis of the data -- Piriformis syndrome: electrophysiology vs anatomical assumption -- Treating piriformis syndrome identified by a provoked electromyographic sign: analysis of the data -- Radiculopathy vs spinal stenosis: evocative electrodiagnosis identifies the main pain generator -- Treating spinal stenosis identified by an evoked electromyographic sign: analysis of the data -- Extending dynamic electrodiagnosis: application to common and uncommon conditions.
  • 2007From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Costas G. Biliaderis, Marta S. Izydorczyk.
    Chapter 1. Cereal β-Glucans: Structures, Physical Properties, and Physiological Functions / Athina Lazaridou, Costas G. Biliaderis, and Marta S. Izydorczyk -- Chapter 2. Resistant Starch / Donald B. Thompson -- Chapter 3. Konjac Glucomannan / K. Nishinari and S. Gao -- Chapter 4. Seed Polysaccharide Gums / Steve W. Cui, Shinya Ikeda, and Michael N.A. Eskin -- Chapter 5. Microbial Polysaccharides / Ioannis Giavasis and Costas G. Biliaderis -- Chapter 6. Chitosan as a Dietary Supplement and a Food Technology Agent / Riccardo A.A. Muzzarelli and Corrado Muzzarelli -- Chapter 7. Arabinoxylans: Technologically and Nutritionally Functional Plant Polysaccharides / Marta S. Izydorczyk and Costas G. Biliaderis -- Chapter 8. Carbohydrates and the Risk of Cardiovascular Disease / Gunilla Önning -- Chapter 9. Carbohydrates and Obesity / Gail Woodward-Lopez, Dana E. Gerstein, Lorrene D. Ritchie, and Sharon E. Fleming -- Chapter 10. Dietary Carbohydrates and Risk of Cancer / Joanne Slavin -- Chapter 11. The Role of Carbohydrates in the Prevention and Management of Type 2 Diabetes / Kaisa Poutanen, David Laaksonen, Karin Autio, Hannu Mykkänen, and Leo Niskanen -- Chapter 12.Carbohydrates and Mineral Metabolism / David D. Kitts Chapter 13. Dietary Carbohydrates as Mood and Performance Modulators / Larry Christensen -- Chapter 14. Carbohydrates and Gastrointestinal Tract Function / Barbara O. Schneeman -- Chapter 15. Probiotics, Prebiotics, and Synbiotics: Functional Ingredients for Microbial Management Strategies / G.C.M. Rouzaud -- Chapter 16. Potential Use of Carbohydrates as Stabilizers and Delivery Vehicles of Bioactive Substances in Foods / Pirkko Forssell, Päivi Myllärinen, Piia Hakala, and Kaisa Poutanen -- Chapter 17. Food Regulations: Health Claims for Foods Fortified with Carbohydrates or Other Nutraceuticals / Jerzy Zawistowski.
  • 2014From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Leah Coles, PhD.
    Part 1. The connection between nutrition and health -- part 2. Functional foods : the connection between health and food science.
  • 2007From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Kalidas Shetty ... [et al.].
  • 2012From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Mohammed H. Moghadasian, N.A. Michael Eskin.
    "Drawn from the latest clinical and experimental information, this book covers products enriched with phytosterols, n-3 fatty acids, garlic extract naturally occurring antioxidants, folic acid, CLA, as well as fibers and flavonoids. It describes the connection between diets, dietary habits, and cardiovascular diseases. It also explains how functional food ingredients and nutraceuticals can mitigate cardiovascular disorders. The authors examine recent technologies for generating novel food products enriched with cardiovascular protective dietary agents. They include experimental and clinical evidence of various ingredients"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2014From: Wiley
    edited by Athapol Noomhorm, Imran Ahmad, and Anil Anal.
    I Fundamentals of Functional Food Processing -- 1. Functional Foods, Nutraceuticals and Probiotics as Functional Food Components / Athapol Noomhorm, Anil Kumar Anal, Imran Ahmad -- 2. Bioactive Components in Foods / Anil Kumar Anal, Kishore K. Kumaree, Mridula Thapa -- II Major Sources of Functional Foods -- 3. Processing Effects on Functional Components in Cereals and Grains / Binod K. Yadav, J. Jerish Joyner -- 4. Tropical Fruits / Mandeep Kaur, H.K. Sharma -- 5. Bioactive Compounds in Meat and their Functions / Punchira Vongsawasdi, Athapol Noomhorm -- 6. Bioactive Materials Derived from Seafood and Seafood Processing By-products / Ratih Pangestuti, Se-Kwon Kim -- 7. Food Processing By-products as Sources of Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals / Nina Karla M. Alparce, Anil Kumar Anal -- 8. Functionality of Non-starch Polysaccharides (NSPs) / Kelvin K.T. Gob, Ramesh Kumar, Shen-Siung Wong -- 9. Resistant Starch: Properties, Preparations and Applications in Functional Foods / Taslima Ayesha Aktar Nasrin, Anil Kumar Anal -- 10. Isoflavones -- Extraction and Bioavailability -- Khoomtong Atcharaporn, Pananun Thawunporn, Buddhi Lamsal -- III Processing Effects on the Functional Components during Product Development -- 11. Thermal and Non-thermal Processing of Functional Foods / Jiraporn Sripinyowanich Jongyingcharoen, Imran Ahmad -- 12. Changes of Properties and Functional Components of Extruded Foods / Vilai Rungsardthong -- 13. Recent Advances in Applications of Encapsulation Technology for the Bioprotection of Phytonutrients in Complex Food Systems / Alisha Tuladhar, Anil Kumar Anal -- 14. The Effect of Irradiation on Bioactive Compounds in Plant and Plant Products / Nantarat Na Nakornpanom, Porntip Sirisoontaralak -- 15. Nanoparticles and Nanoemulsions / Anges Teo, Kelvin K.T. Goh, Sung Je Lee -- IV Health Benefits and Bioavailability of Functional Foods -- 16. Pharmacology and Health Benefits of Bioactive Food Sources / Maushmi S. Kumar, Shruti Mishra -- 17. Potential Cardio-protective Effects of Functional Foods / Eman M. Alissa, Gordon A. Ferns.
  • 2012From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Michael Kaufmann and Claudia Klinger.
    Prediction of protein tertiary structures using MUFOLD -- Prediction of protein functions -- Genome-wide screens for expressed hypothetical proteins -- Self-custom-made SFP arrays for nonmodel organisms -- Construction and analysis of full-length and normalized cdna libraries from citrus -- Assembling linear DNA templates for in vitro transcription and translation -- Automated computational analysis of genome-wide DNA methylation profiling data from help-tagging assays -- Detection of RNA editing events in human cells using high-throughput sequencing -- Comparative study of differential gene expression in closely related bacterial species by comparative hybridization -- Whole-genome RT-qPCR microRNA expression profiling -- Using quantitative real-time reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction to validate gene regulation by pttg -- FRET-based real-time DNA microarrays -- 2-D gel electrophoresis: Constructing 2D-gel proteome reference maps -- The use of antigen microarrays in antibody profiling -- Limited proteolysis in proteomics using protease-immobilized microreactors -- Mass spectrometry for protein quantification in biomarker discovery -- High-throughput microtitre plate-based assay for DNA topoisomerases -- Microscale thermophoresis as a sensitive method to quantify protein: Nucleic acid interactions in solution -- Bioluminescence resonance energy transfer: An emerging tool for the detection of protein-protein interaction in living cells -- LuMPIS: Luciferase-based MBP-pull-down protein interaction screening system -- Yeast two-hybrid screens: Improvement of array-based screening results by N- and C-terminally tagged fusion proteins -- Inducible microRNA-mediated knockdown of the endogenous human lamin A/C gene -- Multiple-gene silencing using antisense RNAs in escherichia coli -- Functional screen of zebrafish deubiquitylating enzymes by morpholino knockdown and in situ hybridization -- Silencing of gene expression by gymnotic delivery of antisense oligonucleotides -- Polycistronic expression of interfering RNAs from RNA polymerase III promoters -- Metabolite analysis of cannabis sativa l. By NMR spectroscopy -- Metabolome analysis of gram-positive bacteria such as staphylococcus aureus by GC-MS and LC-MS -- Metabolic fingerprinting using comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography-time-of-flight mass spectrometry.
  • 2006From: ScienceDirect
    edited by S.E. Hemby, S. Bahn.
  • Heather Lynn Stickney.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2010From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Minoru Fukuda.
    Also available: Print – 2010
  • 2005From: Springer
    M.R. Pinsky, D. Payen, (eds.).
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • J. Benjamin Hutchinson.
    The memory for specific events and instances in time--episodic memory--is a central aspect of human cognition. It has long been thought that episodic memory is supported by a distributed network of regions in the brain, including frontal cortex and the medial temporal lobes. A growing body of neuroimaging evidence in the last several years has additionally suggested posterior parietal cortex (PPC) involvement during episodic retrieval. Several accounts have argued that the region's involvement reflects the engagement of two specific attentional processes, goal-driven and reflexive attention, distinctly residing in dorsal and ventral regions of PPC, respectively. Strict interpretations of such accounts, however, have recently been called into question, as attention- and memory-related processes might not occupy overlapping subregions of PPC. The research described here systematically assesses the anatomical and functional relationship between attention- and memory-related operations in PPC in a series of three experiments. The first experiment revealed four distinct patterns of activity across left lateral PPC--two thought to relate to mnemonic processes and two thought to relate to attention engaged during retrieval. The second experiment directly tested whether a region thought to index attention during retrieval from the first experiment was recruited in an independent attention task, with results suggesting that attention-sensitive regions are indeed engaged in a systematic manner during retrieval. The final experiment further probed the interaction between memory, attention, and decision-making processes engaged during retrieval, and replicated and extended the findings from the first experiment. Collectively, the findings from the research provide a more detailed depiction of how anatomically and functionally separable regions of PPC support distinct mechanisms of memory and attention.
  • Jeffrey B. Kerr.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    The cell -- Origin of tissue types -- Blood -- Epithelium -- Connective tissue -- Muscle -- Nervous system -- Circulatory system -- Skin -- Skeletal tissues -- Immune system -- Respiratory system -- Orodental and salivary tissues -- Gastrointestinal tract -- Liver, gall bladder, and pancreas -- Urinary system -- Endocrine system -- Female reproductive system -- Male reproductive system -- Special senses.
  • 2014From: Springer
    [edited by] Antonio Luna, Joan C. Vilanova, L. Celso Hygino da Cruz Jr., Santiago E. Rossi.
    Part I. Clinical and therapeutic approach to functional oncological imaging -- part II. Imaging of cancer hallmarks -- part III. Functional imaging techniques in clinical use -- part IV. Molecular imaging techniques in clinical use and in research.
  • 2014From: Springer
    edited by Antonio Luna, Joan C. Vilanova, L. Celso Hygino da Cruz, Jr., Santiago E. Rossi.
    Tumors of the CNS and Spinal Cord -- Functional Magnetic Resonance Techniques in CNS Tumors -- MR Imaging Evaluation of Posttreatment Changes in Brain Neoplasms -- Metastasis and Other Tumors of the CNS -- Spinal Cord Tumors: Anatomic and Advanced Imaging -- Head and Neck Cancer -- Chest Malignancies -- Lung Cancer: PET, Perfusion CT, and Functional MR Imaging -- Functional Imaging of Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma and other Pleural and Chest Wall Lesions -- Functional Imaging of Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma and other Pleural and Chest Wall Lesions -- Thymomas and Other Thymic Primary Malignancies of the Chest -- Functional Imaging in Cardiac Tumors -- Women's Cancers -- Breast Cancer -- PET-CT of Gynecological Malignancies and Ovarian Cancer -- Functional MRI of Uterine (Endometrial and Cervical) Cancer -- Functional Imaging of Ovarian Cancer and Peritoneal Carcinomatosis -- Malignancies of the Gastrointestinal System -- Esophagus, Stomach, and Small Bowel Malignancies -- Colorectal Cancer -- Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Malignancies -- Overview of Functional Imaging Techniques for Liver Malignancies in Current Clinical Practice or in a Very Near Future -- Hepatocellular Carcinoma -- Role of Functional MRI in the Management of Liver Metastases -- Other Malignant Lesions of the Liver -- Functional Imaging of Gallbladder and Biliary Malignancies -- Splenic Lesions -- Genitourinary Tract Tumors -- Functional Imaging of Renal Cell Carcinoma -- Functional CT and MRI of the Urinary System and Adrenal Glands -- Prostate Cancer -- Scrotum -- Functional Imaging of Tumors of the Mesenterium and Retroperitoneum -- Malignancies of the Endocrine System -- Functional Oncological Imaging of the Endocrine System -- Hematological Malignancies -- Functional Imaging in Clinical Use for the Assessment of Lymph Nodes in Oncological Patients -- Functional Imaging in Lymphoma -- Multiple Myeloma and Other Hematological Malignancies -- Malignant Tumors of the Musculoskeletal System -- Advanced MRI Techniques of Soft Tissue Tumors -- Bone Malignancies -- Bone Metastasis -- Functional Imaging of Pediatric Malignancies -- Malignant Melanoma.
  • Laura Elizabeth Edgington.
    Cysteine proteases use a catalytic thiol to cleave amide bonds of protein substrates. This activity serves as an important regulatory mechanism for diverse cellular processes necessary for normal physiology. Dysregulated protease activity is a hallmark of numerous diseases, including atherosclerosis, arthritis, stroke, macular degeneration, neurodegenerative disorders, inflammatory diseases, and cancer. In the last decades, the field of activity-based proteomics has produced a number of tools for dissecting protease function. In the introductory chapter, I will discuss the current state of the field and describe the two main classes of probes for cysteine proteases: substrate-based and activity-based probes. I will then describe my own contribution to the field, which includes the design and characterization of several new and improved activity-based probes. We have applied these probes to optical imaging and biochemical characterization of three families of cysteine proteases: caspases, cathepsins and legumain. In particular, I have used these tools to aid in understanding the regulation of complex signaling pathways associated with cancer and inflammation. Caspases are key mediators of a programmed form of cell death called apoptosis. One of the key features of tumor cells is their ability to evade apoptosis, and therefore, a major therapeutic goal is to reactivate latent death pathways. We have developed fluorescent activity-based probes to image the induction of caspase activity in tumors in response to chemotherapy. In addition to non-invasive optical imaging, we have utilized these new probes to assess the kinetics of caspase activation in response to various death stimuli and identified a unique activation mechanism for the caspase-6 enzyme. Another emerging hallmark of cancer is infiltration of stromal-derived immune cells into the tumor, resulting in an inflammatory microenvironment. Crosstalk between tumor and immune cells can lead to enhanced proliferation, angiogenesis, and metastasis of tumor cells. The cysteine proteases legumain and cathepsins have been shown to play critical roles within the tumor microenvironment. I have developed new tools for optical imaging of their proteolytic activity in several cancer models as well as inflammation associated with pancreatitis. In the future, these new probes will have great value in further dissecting the roles of cysteine proteases in basic biology and disease. Since legumain and cathepsins are used as biomarkers for cancer, the ability to detect their proteolytic activity has much diagnostic and prognostic value in both pre-clinical and clinical settings. Furthermore, these new agents will be integral in validating these enzymes, particularly legumain, as drug targets.
  • 2008From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Sergey Ilyin.
    Intelligent automation / James M. Dixon -- Neurally inspired algorithms as computational tools / Mark Flynn and Garrett T. Kenyon -- Using pharmacodynamic biomarkers to accelerate early clinical drug development / Ole Vesterqvist -- Opportunities in CNS drug discovery and development / Albert Pinhasov ... [et al.] -- Clinical success of antibody therapeutics in oncology / Bernard J. Scallon ... [et al.] -- Relating target sequence to biological function / Greg M. Arndt -- Use of protein microarrays for molecular network analysis and signal-pathway profiling / Katherine R. Calvo, Lance A. Liotta, and Emanuel F. Petricoin -- Laser-microdissection-based transcriptomics using microarrays / Fredrik Kamme ... [et al.].
  • Jarlstedt, Jan.
    -- v. 2. RNA changes in rabbit cerebellar Purkinje cells after caloric stimulation and vestibular neurotomy.
  • Scott A. Huettel, Allen W. Song, Gregory McCarthy.
    An introduction to fMRI -- MRI scanners -- Basic principles of MR signal generation -- Basic principles of MR image formation -- Contrast mechanisms -- From neuronal to hemodynamic activity -- Bold fMRI : origins and properties -- Signal, noice, and, preprocessing of fMRI data -- Experimental design -- Statistical analysis : basic analyses -- Statistical analysis : advanced approaches -- Applications of fMRI -- Combining fMRI with other techniques -- The future of fMRI : practical and ethical issues.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Xingfeng Li.
    With strong numerical and computational focus, this book serves as an essential resource on the methods for functional neuroimaging analysis, diffusion weighted image analysis, and longitudinal VBM analysis. It includes four MRI image modalities analysis methods. The first covers the PWI methods, which is the basis for understanding cerebral flow in human brain. The second part, the book s core, covers MRI methods in three specific domains: first level analysis, second level analysis, and effective connectivity study. The third part covers the analysis of Diffusion weighted image, i.e. DTI, QBI and DSI image analysis. Finally, the book covers (longitudinal) VBM methods and its application to Alzheimer s disease study.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Richard W. Byrne, editor.
    Historical Perspective on the Development of Cerebral Localization, Cerebral Cortical Motor Stimulation, and Sensory Evoked Potentials -- Anatomy of Important Functioning Cortex -- Mapping Eloquent Brain with functional MRI and DTI -- Intra-Operative Cortical Stimulation Mapping. Technique and Limitations -- Anesthetic Considerations in Cortical Mapping and Awake Surgery -- Mapping Cortical Function with Event-Related Electrocorticography -- Mapping of Eloquent Cortex in Focal Epilepsy with Intracranial Electrodes -- Somatosensory and Motor Evoked Potentials in Surgery of Eloquent Cortex Under General Anesthesia: Advantages and Limitations -- Cortical Mapping with Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation -- Practical application of Pre-Operative and Intra-Operative Cortical Mapping in Surgery -- Epilepsy Surgery in Eloquent Cortex -- White Matter Tracts -- Intraoperative Cortical Stimulation and the Value of Negative Mapping.
  • 2002From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Brendan Wren and Nick Dorrell.
    Also available: Print – 2002
  • 2012From: ScienceDirect
    Donna J. Cech and Suzanne 'Tink' Martin.
    Functional independence : a lifelong goal -- Theories affecting development -- Motor development -- Motor control and motor learning -- Evaluation of function, activity, and participation -- Skeletal system changes -- Muscle system changes -- Cardiovascular and pulmonary systems changes -- Nervous system changes -- Sensory system changes -- Vital functions -- Posture and balance -- Locomotion -- Prehension -- Health and fitness.
  • 2006From: Springer
    Scott H. Faro, Feroze B. Mohamed, editors.
  • Remy Durand.
    Functional brain imaging techniques such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and positron emission tomography (PET) have emerged over the last several decades as powerful methods for understanding brain function and neuropsychiatric disorders. However, due to an inability to precisely and distinctly control the heterogeneous population of circuit elements in the brain, understanding the fundamental physiological mechanisms of these imaging modalities and realizing their potential for functional brain mapping has been limited. Optogenetics is a novel technique that allows for cell-type specific, reversible focal control within the mammalian brain with millisecond-timescale precision. In this thesis, I have utilized the unique cell-type specific neuromodulatory capacity of optogenetics to demonstrate and characterize, for the first time, the effect of direct stimulation of a subclass of excitatory neurons on the in vivo functional hemodynamic response of a rodent brain as measured with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). I have then used this technique, which we have called ofMRI, to perform large-scale functional mapping of distinct neural circuits that are specified by cell-type, cell-body location, and projection topology. To complement ofMRI studies, I have also developed the use of PET imaging and the radiotracer [18F]-fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) to further characterize the metabolic and hemodynamic response resulting from activation of genetically-specified neurons in the mammalian brain. Additionally, I have constructed an automated, parallelized all-optical ex vivo system for modulation and recording of distinct neural circuits relevant to neuropsychiatric disorders using voltage sensitive dye imaging (VSDI). Combining the highly specific and rapid control of optogenetics with the biological process sensitivity of PET, the spatial and temporal resolution of BOLD fMRI, and the neural circuit analysis capabilities of optical imaging has the potential to vastly increase our understanding of the roles of neural circuits in both normal and diseased brain states.
  • pt. I-II, 2012From: ScienceDirect
    pt. 2From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Stephen B. Dunnett, Anders Björklund.
    This issue of Progress in Brain Research is split over 2 volumes, bringing together cutting-edge research on Functional Neural Transplantation. The 2 volumes review current knowledge and understanding, provide a starting point for researchers and practitioners entering the field, and build a platform for further research and discovery. Leading authors review the state-of-the-art in their field of investigation, and provide their views and perspectives for future research Chapters are extensively referenced to provide readers with a comprehensive list of resources on the topics covered All chapters include comprehensive background information and are written in a clear form that is also accessible to the non-specialist.
  • pt. A-B, 2017From: ScienceDirect
    Pt. BFrom: ScienceDirect
    edited by Stephen B. Dunnett and Anders Björklund.
    "Functional Neural Transplantation IV: Translation to Clinical Application, Volume 230 provides a survey of the current status of cell transplantation in the nervous system, with a focus on the conditions for achieving structural repair and functional recovery after brain damage or in neurodegenerative disease. As the fourth in a periodic series of updates at 5-7 year intervals, this volume highlights recent developments related to the application of advances in cellular and molecular science to an understanding of the fundamental principles of neuroplasticity and regeneration in the brain and spinal cord, also addressing the topic of the power of pluripotent stem cells to generate new sources of precisely specified neurons for utilization in brain repair. Selected chapters review the latest advances in translating the new technologies to a broader range of neurodegenerative diseases, stroke, spinal cord injury, glial and retinal disease and pain than had hitherto been considered possible, with the realization that the opportunities of off-the-shelf cell therapy may fast be approaching a plausible reality"--Publisher's description.
  • 2006From: Springer
    Kamen G. Usunoff, Anastas Popratiloff, Oliver Schmitt, Andreas Wree.
  • edited by Andrei I. Holodny.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Physical principles of bold fMRI : what is important for the clinician / Andrei I. Holodny and Bob L. Hou -- Preparing the patient for the fMRI study and optimization of paradigm selection and delivery / Nicole M. Petrovich Brennan -- Methods of analysis / Kyung K. Peck -- Fact or artifact? / John F. Kaufman and Joseph A. Maldjian -- Language / Jay J. Pillai -- Vision and higher cortical function / Sonia Gill, John Ulmer, and Edgar A. DeYoe -- Cortical plasticity / Andrei I. Holodny -- Functional image-guided neurosurgery / Cameron W. Brennan and Nicole M. Petrovich Brennan -- Development and developmental disorders / Adam P. Wallach -- Neurodegenerative disorders / Lihong Wang and Jeffrey R. Petrella -- Diffusion imaging and tensor physics for the clinician / Richard Watts -- Diffusion-weighted imaging in stroke / Pamela W. Schaefer and William A. Copen -- Diffusion imaging in brain tumors and treatment response / Shareef Riad, Andrei I. Holodny, and Suresh K. Mukherji -- DTI of developmental and pediatric disorders / Michael J.J. Kim and James M. Provenzale -- DTI of neurodegenerative disorders / Sumei Wang, John H. Woo, and Elias R. Melhem -- Perfusion imaging / Jonathan P. Dyke -- Perfusion imaging : physical principles and applications in the brain / Meng Law -- Magnetoencephalography / Timothy P.L. Roberts, Christpher Edgar, and Erin Simon Schwartz.
  • 2012From: Springer
    edited by Henning Boecker, Charles H. Hillman, Lukas Scheef, Heiko K. Strüder.
    Part 1. Theoretical Background, Animal Models, and Basic Sciences -- Exercise and the Brain: Neurogenesis, Synaptic Plasticity, Spine Density, and Angiogenesis / Zejun Wang and Henriette van Praag -- Molecular Mechanisms for the Ability of Exercise Supporting Cognitive Abilities and Counteracting Neurological Disorders / Fernando Gómez-Pinilla and Cameron Feng -- Opioids and Exercise: Animal Models / Rod K. Dishman and Philip V. Holmes -- The Monoaminergic System in Animal Models of Exercise / Romain Meeusen and Vinciane Fontenelle -- Part 2. Methods for Human Neuroimaging in Exercise and Sport Sciences: Theoretical Background and Practical Aspects -- Methods for Measurement of Physical Fitness and Training Recommendations in Studies on Humans / Wildor Hollmann, Helge Knigge, Axel Knicker and Heiko K. Strüder -- Psychological Assessments in Physical Exercise / Marcel Daamen and Markus Raab -- Assessing Somatosensory Profiles and Autonomic Nervous System Responses in Physical Exercise Studies / Michael Valet, Till Sprenger, Lukas Scheef and Henning Boecker -- Humoral Factors in Humans Participating in Different Types of Exercise and Training / Sandra Rojas Vega, Wildor Hollmann and Heiko K. Strüder -- EEG: Theoretical Background and Practical Aspects / Stefan Schneider and Heiko K. Strüder -- NIRS: Theoretical Background and Practical Aspects / Matthias Kohl-Bareis -- Theoretical Background of MR Imaging / Lukas Scheef and Frank Träber -- Functional and Structural MRI: Theoretical Background and Practical Aspects / Lukas Scheef and Henning Boecker -- PET: Theoretical Background and Practical Aspects / Isabelle Miederer and Henning Boecker -- Part 3. Effects of Exercise on Brain Perfusion, Metabolism, and Structure -- NIRS for Measuring Cerebral Hemodynamic Responses During Exercise / Stéphane Perrey -- PET Studies of Brain Metabolism in Exercise Research / Manabu Tashiro, Toshihiko Fujimoto, Mohammad Mehedi Masud, Sabina Khondkar and Shoichi Watanuki, et al. -- Physical Exercise and the Resting Brain / Christina E. Hugenschmidt, Paul J. Laurienti and Jonathan H. Burdette -- Structural Plasticity Induced by Physical Exercise / Destiny L. Miller, Andrea M. Weinstein and Kirk I. Erickson -- Part 4. Effects of Exercise on Cognitive Processing -- The Relation of ERP Indices of Exercise to Brain Health and Cognition / Charles H. Hillman, Keita Kamijo and Matthew B. Pontifex -- Relationship Between Exercise and Cognitive Processing Studied by MRI in Elderly People / Kirk I. Erickson, Sarah E. Banducci and Stephanie L. Akl -- Cross-sectional Studies on the Influence of Exercise on Brain Structure, Functional Activation, and Cognition in Health and Disease / Agnes Flöel and Stefan Knecht -- Part 5. Effects of Exercise on Affective Processing -- The Effects of Exercise on Brain Cortical Function and Its Implication on Mental Health and Mood / Stefan Schneider and Heiko K. Strüder -- Effects of Aerobic Exercise on Mood and Human Opioidergic Activation Measured by Positron Emission Tomography / Henning Boecker, Thomas R. Tölle, Michael Valet and Till Sprenger.
  • 2016From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Mark Hallett, Jon Stone and Alan Carson.
    A brief history of hysteria: From the ancient to the modern / M. Trimble, E.H. Reynolds -- Charcot, hysteria, and simulated disorders / C.G. Goetz -- Neurologic approaches to hysteria, psychogenic and functional disorders from the late 19th century onwards / J. Stone -- Freud's hysteria and its legacy / R.A.A. Kanaan -- Epidemiology / A. Carson, A. Lehn -- Neurophysiologic studies of functional neurologic disorders / M. Hallett -- Imaging studies of functional neurologic disorders / S. Aybek, P. Vuilleumier -- Dissociation and functional neurologic disorders / R.J. Brown -- Hypnosis as a model of functional neurologic disorders / Q. Deeley -- Psychologic theories in functional neurologic disorders / A. Carson, L. Ludwig, K. Welch -- Voluntary or involuntary? A neurophysiologic approach to functional movement disorders / M.-P. Stenner, P. Haggard -- Neurobiologic theories of functional neurologic disorders / M.J. Edwards -- Stress, childhood trauma, and cognitive functions in functional neurologic disorders / K. Roelofs, J. pasman -- Do (epi)genetics impact the brain in functional neurologic disorders? / T. Frodl -- Assessment of patients with functional neurologic disorders / A. Carson, M. Hallett, J. Stone -- The classification of conversion disorder (functional neurologic symptom disorder) in ICD and DSM / J.L. Levenson, M. Sharpe -- Neurologic diagnostic criteria for functional neurologic disorders / C. Gasca-salas, A.E. Lang -- Functional limb weakness and paralysis / J. Stone, S. Aybek -- Functional tremor / P. Schwingenschuh, G. Deuschl -- Functional dystonia / D.A. Schmerler, A.J. Espay -- Functional jerks, tics, and paroxysmal movement disorders / Y.E.M. Dreissen, D.C. Cath, M.A.J. Tijssen -- Psychogenic (functional) parkinsonism / M.A. Thenganatt, J. Jankovic -- Functional gait disorder / V.S.C. Fung -- Functional sensory symptoms / J. Stone, M. Vermeulen -- Nonepileptic seizures & subjective phenomena / M. Reuber, G.H. Rawlings -- Nonepileptic seizures & objective phenomena / W.Curt Lafrance Jr., R. Ranieri, A.S. Blum -- Psychogenic nonepileptic seizures: EEG and investigation / R. Duncan -- Functional coma / L. Ludwig, L. McWhirter, S. Williams, C. Derry, J. Stone -- Functional and simulated visual loss / M. Dattilo, V. Biousse, B.B. Bruce, N.J. Newman -- Functional eye movement disorders / D. Kaski, A.M. Bronstein -- Functional facial and tongue movement disorders / A. Fasano, M. Tinazzi -- Functional auditory disorders / D.M. Baguley, T.E. Cope, D.J. McFerran -- Functional speech disorders: clinical manifestations, diagnosis, and management / J.R. Duffy -- Functional voice disorders: Clinical presentations and differential diagnosis / J. Baker -- Psychologic/functional forms of memory disorder / J. Griem, J. Stone, A. Carson, M.D. Kopelman -- Functional (dissociative) retrograde amnesia / H.J. Markowitsch, A. Staniloiu -- Functional (psychogenic) dizziness / M. Dieterich, J.P. Staab, T. Brandt -- Urologic symptoms and functional neurologic disorders / I. Hoeritzauer, V. Phé, J.N. Panicker -- Functional disorders of swallowing / A. Baumann, P.O. Katz -- Pediatric functional neurologic symptoms / P.J. Grattan-Smith, R.C. Dale -- Posttraumatic functional movement disorders / C. Ganos, M.J. Edwards, K.P. Bhatia -- Factitious disorders and malingering in relation to functional neurologic disorders / C. Bass, P. Halligan -- Prognosis of functional neurologic disorders / J. Gelauff, J. Stone -- Explanation as treatment for functional neurologic disorders / J. Stone, A. Carson, M. Hallett -- Physical treatment of functional neurologic disorders / G. Nielsen -- Psychologic treatment of functional neurologic disorders / L.H. Goldstein, J.D.C. Mellers -- Hypnosis as therapy for functional neurologic disorders / Q. Deeley -- Nature of the placebo and nocebo effect in relation to functional neurologic disorders / E. Carlino, A. Piedimonte, F. Benedetti -- The role of placebo in the diagnosis and treatment of functional neurologic disorders / K.S. Rommelfanger -- Transcranial magnetic stimulation and sedation as treatment for functional neurologic disorders / T.R.J. Nicholson, V. Voon -- Inpatient treatment for functional neurologic disorders / D.T. Williams, K. Lafaver, A. Carson, S. Fahn
  • 2011From: Springer
    Scott H. Faro, Feroze B. Mohamed, editors ; Meng Law, associate editor ; John L. Ulmer, diffusion tensor imaging section editor.
    Pt. 1. Diffusion and perfusion imaging -- Pt. 2. Magnetic resonance spectroscopy -- Pt. 3. Multi modality functional neuroradiology -- Pt. 4. BOLD functional MRI : physical principles -- Pt. 5. BOLD functional MRI : clinical applications -- Pt. 6. Diffusion tensor imaging -- Pt. 7. Beyond proton imaging -- Pt. 8. Functional spine and CSF imaging -- Pt. 9. Neuroanatomical brain atlas.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Robert Enzenauer, William Morris, Thomas O'Donnell, Jill Montrey.
    This practical manual reviews historical concepts, contemporary research, and diagnostic techniques for functional visual disorders. Functional Ophthalmic Disorders: Ocular Malingering and Visual Hysteria is a how-to manual that is written for the practicing ophthalmologist and optometrist, complete with color photos that allow the reader to see pictures of select conditions and diagnostic testing. In addition to the photos, videos are provided online to illustrate simulated testing and results on a mock patient to assist in the differential diagnosis. Written and edited by leaders in the field, the topics include the history and characteristics of functional disorders, the differential diagnosis of ocular malingering and hysteria, and practical testing in an ophthalmologic examination to distinguish the conditions from organic disease.
  • 2009From: Springer
    P.M. Harari, N.P. Connor, C. Grau (eds.).
  • 2007From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Paul F. Predki.
    High-throughput gene cloning using the Gateway technology / Scott N. Peterson ... [et al.] -- Protein expression for microarrays / Harry H. Yim, Thomas G. Chappell, and Steven H. Harwood -- Emerging trend: cell-free protein expression / Federico Katzen and Wieslaw Kudlicki -- The critical role of surface chemistry in protein microarrays / Athena Guo and X.-Y. Zhu -- Fabrication of sol-gel-derived protein microarrays for diagnostics and screening / Nicholas Rupcich and John D. Brennan -- Printing and QC of functional protein microarrays / Dee Shen, Fang X. Zhou, and Barry Schweitzer -- Protein engineering for surface attachment / Aparna Girish, Grace Y. J. Chen, and Shao Q. Yao -- Protein in situ arrays through cell-free protein synthesis / Mingyue He ... [et al.] -- Fluorescent detection methods for protein microarrays / Steven Roman and Scott Clarke -- Functional analysis of protein interactions using surface plasmon resonance-based microarrays / Alan McWhirter and Stefan Löfås -- Leaving the surface behind: at the intersection of protein microarrays and mass spectrometry / Darrell P. Chandler ... [et al.] -- High-resolution label-free detection applied to protein microarray research / Lance G. Laing and Brian Cunningham -- Studying protein-protein interactions with protein microarrays: rapid identification of 14-3-3 protein binding partners / Jun-ichi Satoh -- A combined force of chemical genetics and protein microarrays / Heng Zhu and Jing Huang -- Antibody profiling for protein drug development and clinical development / Steve H. Herrmann -- Humoral response profiling using protein microarrays / Arun Sreekumar ... [et al.] -- DNA interactions with arrayed proteins / Marina Snapyan and Vehary Sakanyan -- G protein-coupled receptor microarrays for drug discovery / John Salon ... [et al.] -- Kinase substrate identification using yeast protein microarrays / Geeta Devgan and Michael Snyder -- Protein microarray image analysis / Minzi Ruan -- The analysis of protein arrays / Brad Love -- Evaluating precision and recall in functional protein arrays / Keith Robison -- Visualization of protein microarray data / Kevin Clancy.
  • 2008From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Julie D. Thompson, Christine Schaeffer-Reiss, Marius Ueffing.
    A brief summary of the different types of mass spectrometers used in proteomics / Christine Schaeffer-Reiss -- Experimental setups and considerations to study microbial interactions / Petter Melin -- Plant proteomics / Eric Sarnighausen and Ralf Reski -- Methods for human CD8+ T lymphocyte proteome analysis / Lynne Thadikkaran ... [et al.] -- Label-free proteomics of serum / Natalia Govorukhina, Peter Horvatovich, and Rainer Bischoff -- Flow cytometric analysis of cell membrane microparticles / Monique P. Gelderman and Jan Simak -- Exosomes / Joost P.J.J. Hegmans, Peter J. Gerber, and Bart N. Lambrecht -- Toward a full characterization of the human 20S proteasome subunits and their isoforms by a combination of proteomic approaches / Sandrine Uttenweiler-Joseph ... [et al.] -- Free-flow electrophoresis of the human urinary proteome / Mikkel Nissum and Robert Wildgruber -- Versatile screening for binary protein-protein interactions by yeast two-hybrid mating / Stef J.F. Letteboer and Ronald Roepman -- Native fractionation : isolation of native membrane-bound protein complexes from porcine rod outer segments using isopycnic density gradient centrifugation / Magdalena Swiatek-de Lange, Bernd Müller, and Marius Ueffing -- Mapping the signaling pathways by functional interaction proteomics / Alex von Kriegsheim, Christian Preisinger, and Walter Kolch -- Selection of recombinant antibodies by eukaryotic ribosome display / Mingyue He and Michael J. Taussig -- Production of protein arrays by cell-free systems / Mingyue He and Michael J. Taussig -- Nondenaturing mass spectrometry to study noncovalent protein/protein and protein/ligand complexes : technical aspects and application to the determination of binding stoichiometries / Sarah Sanglier ... [et al.] -- Protein processing characterized by a gel-free proteomics approach / Petra Van Damme ... [et al.] -- Identification and characterization of N-glycosylated proteins using proteomics / David S. Selby ... [et al.] -- Data standards and controlled vocabularies for proteomics / Lennart Martens, Luisa Montecchi Palazzi, and Henning Hermjakob -- The PRIDE proteomics identifications database : data submission, query, and dataset comparison / Philip Jones and Richard Côté -- Searching the protein interaction space through the MINT database / Andrew Chatr-aryamontri ... [et al.] -- PepSeeker : mining information from proteomic data / Jennifer A. Siepen, Julian N. Selley, and Simon J. Hubbard -- Toward high-throughput and reliable peptide identification via MS/MS spectra / Jian Liu -- MassSorter : peptide mass fingerprinting data analysis / Ingvar Eidhammer, Harald Barsnes and Svein-Ole Mikalsen -- Database similarity searches / Frédéric Plewniak -- Protein multiple sequence alignment / Chuong B. Do and Kazutaka Katoh -- Discovering biomedical knowledge from the literature / Jasmin Šaríc, Henriette Engelken, and Uwe Reyle -- Protein subcellular localization prediction using artificial intelligence technology / Rajesh Nair and Burkhard Rost -- Protein functional annotation by homology / Raja Mazumder, Sona Vasudevan, and Anastasia N. Nikolskaya -- Designability and disease / Philip Wong and Dmitrij Frishman -- Prism : protein-protein interaction prediction by structural matching / Ozlem Keskin, Ruth Nussinov, and Attila Gursoy -- Prediction of protein interaction based on similarity of phylogenetic trees / Florencio Pazos ... [et al.] -- Large multiprotein structures modeling and simulation : the need for mesoscopic models / Antoine Coulon, Guillaume Beslon, and Olivier Gandrillon -- Dynamic pathway modeling of signal transduction networks : a domain-oriented approach / Holger Conzelmann and Ernst-Dieter Gilles.
  • 2015From: Thieme-Connect
    Egbert H. Huizing, John A.M. de Groot.
    Basics -- Pathology and diagnosis -- Surgery general -- Incisions and approaches -- Septal surgery -- Pyramid surgery -- Lobular surgery -- Surgery of the nasal cavity -- Special subjects.
  • 2014From: Cambridge
    Eduard Vieta, Director, Bipolar Disorders Program, Clinical Institute of Neuroscience, Hospital Clinic of Barcelona, Professor of Psychiatry, University of Barcelona, IDIBAPS, CIBERSAM, Spain, Carla Torrent, Senior Researcher, Bipolar Disorders Program, Clinical Institute of Neuroscience, Hospital Clinic of Barcelona, Investigator, CIBERSAM, Spain, Anabel Martínez-Arán, Clinical Psychologist, Bipolar Disorders Program, Clinical Institute of Neuroscience, Hospital Clinic of Barcelona, IDIBAPS, CIBERSAM, Spain.
    Cognition and functioning in bipolar disorder -- Cognitive remediation in psychiatric disorders -- Functional remediation in bipolar patients -- Functional remediation programme : sessions and content -- Efficacy of the functional remediation programme.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Ran D. Anbar, editor.
    Part 1. Recognition of Functional Respiratory Symptoms. -- What Is a Functional Respiratory Disorder? / Ran D. Anbar and Howard R. Hall -- Functional Aspects of an Organic Respiratory Disorder: Cystic Fibrosis / Dewey G. Meyers and Ran D. Anbar -- Part 2. Common Functional Respiratory and Related Conditions. -- Chest Pain / Dilip R. Patel -- Dyspnea / Douglas N. Homnick -- The Habit Cough Syndrome and Its Variations / Miles M. Weinberger -- Vocal Cord Dysfunction / Miles M. Weinberger and Devang R. Doshi -- Functional Sleep Disorders / Zafer N. Soultan and Ran D. Anbar -- Part 3. Treatment of Functional Respiratory Disorders. -- When Should a Patient Be Referred to a Mental Health Provider? / Brett G. Toelle, Juliet M. Foster and Christine R. Jenkins -- Basic Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Applications for Functional Respiratory Disorders and Other Medically Unexplained Symptoms / Courtney E. Du Mond and David A. Johnson -- Biofeedback Therapy for Asthma / Paul M. Lehrer -- Breathing Techniques for Asthma and Other Respiratory Diseases / Christine R. Jenkins -- Hypnosis for the Treatment of Functional Respiratory Disorders / Ran D. Anbar -- Speech Therapy for the Treatment of Functional Respiratory Disorders / Heather L. Hodges -- Pharmacologic Therapy in Patients with Functional Respiratory Disorders / Charles R. Harris, Joseph F. Zastrow and Ran D. Anbar -- The Healing Energy of Breath in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Other Eastern Traditions / Reinhild Draeger-Muenke and Maximilian Muenke -- Mindfulness Meditation for the Treatment of Functional Respiratory Disorders / Adam S. Elias.
  • Achim Klaus Moesta.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2014From: Springer
    Ran D. Anbar, editor.
    Many children with medical conditions fail to improve despite physicians' best efforts. Sometimes, we ascribe this failure to lack of adherence to therapy, or to the severity of the condition. What we often fail to appreciate, however, is that sometimes the lack of improvement can be explained by the patients' psychological states. The first section of Functional Symptoms in Pediatric Disease: A Clinical Guide teaches children's health care providers to recognize functional symptoms that can complicate organic disease, as well as symptoms that are believed to be purely functional in origin. Literature reviews, case studies and quizzes are provided in each chapter, with video demonstrations included in some of the chapters. The second section of the book will help clinicians differentiate the patients for whom referral to a mental health provider is mandatory from those for whom other approaches may be useful. For the latter group, the book teaches clinicians to empower themselves by learning how to incorporate various therapies for functional disorders into their practice, including biofeedback, basic cognitive behavioral therapy techniques, hypnosis, acupressure, yoga and meditation. Practical strategies for obtaining training in these modalities are provided in the appendix. Useful for practicing clinicians including pediatricians, family practitioners, pediatric subspecialists, child psychiatrists, psychologists, other mental health care providers and practitioners of alternative and complementary medicine, Functional Symptoms in Pediatric Disease: A Clinical Guide is an important new book that will help children's health care providers consider the possible impact of functional contributions to the clinical presentation of their patients.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Margit Pavelka, Jürgen Roth.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Antonio Carbone, Giovanni Palleschi, Antonio Luigi Pastore, Aurel Messas, editors.
    Functional Anatomy of the Pelvic Organs -- Preoperative Assessment and Intraoperative Anesthesiologic Care in Miniinvasive Laparoscopic Surgery -- Preserving Continence During Laparoscopic (LRP) or Robot Assisted Radical Prostatectomy (RARP) -- Selecting Patients for Continent or Incontinent, Heterotopic or Orthotopic Diversion -- Robot Assisted Radical Cystectomy and Totally Intracorporeal Urinary Diversions -- Treating Incontinence After Prostatectomy & Cystectomy: Role of Advanced Minimally Invasive Surgery -- Preserving Sexual Function and Continence During Radical Hysterectomy -- Preserving Sexual Function and Continence During Radical Rectal Surgery -- Psychosexual Issues and Quality of Life After Oncologic Pelvic Surgery, with Focus on Cervical Cancer -- Neurogenic Voiding Dysfunction: Physiopathology and Classification -- Treatment of Pelvic Chronic Pain: Multidisciplinary Approach -- Bladder Outlet Obstruction (BOO) and Neurodegenerative Disease: When is Surgery Mandatory? Botulinum Toxin Bladder Injection in the Treatment of Neurogenic Detrusor Overactivity and Idiopathic OAB -- Bladder Augmentation: Is There an Indication for Mini-Invasive Surgical Approach?
  • Shirin Bahmanyar.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • Marcel Monnier ; with contributions by R. Tissot, M. Fallert, H. Schönenberg.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    V. 1. General physiology, autonomic functions (Neurohormonal regulations)--v. 2. Motor and psychomotor functions.--v. 3. Sensory functions and perception.--v. 4. Psychic functions
  • 2008From: Ovid
    editor, William E. Paul.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2013From: Ovid
    editor, William E. Paul.
    Section I: Introduction to immunology -- chapter 1. The immune system / William E. Paul -- chapter 2. History of immunology / Steven Greenberg -- Section II: Organization and evolution of the immune system -- chapter 3. Lymphoid tissues and organs / Eitan M. Akirav ... [et al.] -- chapter 4. Evolution of the immune system / Martin F. Flajnik and Louis Du Pasquier -- Section III: Immunoglobulins and B-lymphocytes -- chapter 5. Immunoglobulins: structure and function / Harry W. Schroeder Jr., David Wald, and Neil S. Greenspan -- chapter 6. Immunoglobulins: molecular genetics / Edward E. Max and Sebastian Fugmann -- chapter 7. Antigen-antibody interactions and monoclonal antibodies / Jay A. Berzofsky and Ira J. Berkower -- chapter 8. B-lymphocyte development and biology / Richard R. Hardy -- chapter 9. B-lymphocyte receptors, signaling mechanisms, and activation / Akanksha Chaturvedi ... [et al.] -- chapter 10. B-lymphocyte responses / Michael McHeyzer-Williams -- Section IV: T-lymphocytes -- chapter 11. T-cell antigen receptors / Mark M. Davis and Yueh-Hsiu Chien -- chapter 12. Mechanisms of T-lymphocyte signaling and activation / Takashi Saito -- chapter 13. T-lymphocyte developmental biology / Ellen V. Rothenberg and Ameya Champhekar -- chapter 14. Peripheral T-lymphocyte responses and function / Marc K. Jenkins -- Section V: The intersection of innate and adaptive immunity -- chapter 15. The innate immune system / Luke A. J. O'Neill -- chapter 16. Dendritic cells / Kang Liu, Michel C. Nussenzweig -- chapter 17. Natural killer cells / Wayne M. Yokoyama -- chapter 18. CD1d-restricted natural killer T-cells / Albert Bendelac -- chapter 19. Macrophages and phagocytosis / Siamon Gordon -- chapter 20. Granulocytes and mast cells / Patrizia Scapini ... [et al.] -- chapter 21. The major histocompatibility complex and its proteins / David H. Margulies ... [et al.] -- chapter 22. Antigen processing and presentation / Ted H. Hansen and Paul A. Roche -- Section VI: Induction, regulation, and effector functions of the immune response -- chapter 23. Immunogenicity and antigen structure / Jay A. Berzofsky and Ira J. Berkower -- chapter 24. Rc receptors and their role in immune regulation and inflammation / Jeffrey V. Ravetch and Falk Nimmerjahn -- chapter 25. Type I cytokines and interferons, and their receptors / Warren J. Leonard -- chapter 26. The interleukin-1 family / Charles A. Dinarello and Mihai G. Netea -- chapter 27. Tumor necrosis factor-related cytokines in immunity / Carl F. Ware -- chapter 28. Chemokines / Philip M. Murphy -- chapter 29. Helper T-cell differentiation and plasticity / John J. O'Shea -- chapter 30. Programmed cell death / Andrew L. Snow and Michael J. Lenardo -- chapter 31. Immunologic memory / Shane Crotty, Susan M. Kaech, and Stephen P. Schoenberger -- chapter 32. Immunologic tolerance / Christopher C. Goodnow and Pamela S. Ohashi -- chapter 33. Regulatory/suppressor T-cells / Ethan M. Shevach -- chapter 34. The mucosal immune system / Yasmine Belkaid -- chapter 35. Neurophysiologic reflex mechanisms in immunology / Sangeeta S. Chavan and Kevin J. Tracey -- chapter 36. Complement / B. Paul Morgan -- chapter 37. Cell-mediated cytotoxicity / Judy Lieberman -- Section VII: Immunity to infectious agents -- chapter 38. The immune response to parasites / Thomas A. Wynn ... [et al.] -- chapter 39. Immunity to viruses / Hildegund C. J. Ertl -- chapter 40. Immunity to intracellular bacteria / Anca Dorhoi, Stephen T. Reece, and Stefan H. E. Kaufmann -- chapter 41. Immunity to extracellular bacteria / Moon H. Nahm and Jannet Katz -- chapter 42. Immunology of human immunodeficiency virus infection / Douglas S. Kwon and Bruce D. Walker -- chapter 43. Vaccines / Ennio De Gregorio ... [et al.] -- Section VIII: Immunologic mechanisms in disease -- chapter 44. Autoimmunity and autoimmune diseases / Ken T. Coppieters, Matthias G. von Herrath, and Dirk Homann -- chapter 45. Immunologic mechanisms of allergic disorders / Marsha Wills-Karp and Ian Lewkowich -- chapter 46. Transplantation immunology / Megan Sykes, Kathryn Wood, and David H. Sachs -- chapter 47. Cancer immunology / Hans Schreiber -- chapter 48. Inborn errors of immunity / Jean-Laurent Casanova, Mary Ellen Conley, and Luigi D. Notarangelo.
  • edited by Larry Squire ... [et al.].
    Fundamentals of neuroscience -- Basic plan of the nervous system -- Cellular components of nervous tissue -- Subcellular organization of the nervous system: organelles and their functions -- Electrotonic properties of axons and dendrites -- Membrane potential and action potential -- Neurotransmitters -- Release of neurotransmitters -- Neurotransmitter receptors -- Intracellular signaling -- Postsynaptic potentials and synaptic integration -- Complex information processing in dendrites -- Brain energy metabolism -- Neural induction and pattern formation -- Cellular determination -- Neurogenesis and migration -- Growth cones and axon pathfinding -- Target selection, topographic maps, and synapse formation -- Programmed cell death and neurotrophic factors -- Synapse elimination -- Dendritic development -- Early experience and sensitive periods -- Fundamentals of sensory systems -- Chemical senses: taste and olfaction -- Somatosensory system -- Audition -- Vision -- Fundamentals of motor systems -- The spinal and peripheral motor system -- Descending control of movement -- The basal ganglia -- Cerebellum -- Eye movements -- The hypothalamus: an overview of regulatory systems -- Central control of autonomic functions: organization of the autonomic nervous system -- Neural regulation of the cardiovascular system -- Neural control of breathing -- Food intake and metabolism -- Water intake and body fluids -- Neuroendocrine systems -- Circadian timekeeping -- Sleep, dreaming, and wakefulness -- Reward, motivation, and addiction -- Human brain evolution -- Cognitive development and aging -- Visual perception of objects -- Spatial cognition -- Attention -- Learning and memory: basic mechanisms -- Learning and memory: brain systems -- Language and communication -- The prefrontal cortex and executive brain functions -- The neuroscience of consciousness.
  • 2013From: ClinicalKey
    edited by Larry R. Squire [and others].
    Fundamentals of Neuroscience -- Basic Plan of the Nervous System -- Cellular Components of Nervous Tissue -- Subcellular Organization of the Nervous System: Organelles and Their Functions -- Membrane Potential and Action Potential -- Neurotransmitters -- Release of Neurotransmitters -- Neurotransmitter Receptors -- Intracellular Signaling -- Postsynaptic Potentials and Synaptic Integration -- Information Processing in Dendrites and Spines -- Brain Energy Metabolism -- Neural Induction and Pattern Formation -- Cellular Determination -- Neurogenesis and Migration -- Growth Cones and Axon Pathfinding -- Synapse Formation -- Programmed Cell Death and Neurotrophic Factors -- Synapse Elimination -- Dendritic Development -- Early Experience and Sensitive Periods -- Fundamentals of Sensory Systems -- Chemical Senses: Taste and Olfaction -- The Somatosensory System -- Audition -- Vision -- Fundamentals of Motor Systems -- The Spinal and Peripheral Motor System -- Control of Movement -- The Basal Ganglia -- Cerebellum -- Eye Movements -- The Hypothalamus: An Overview of Regulatory Systems -- Central Control of Autonomic Functions: Organization of the Autonomic Nervous System -- Neural Control of Respiratory and Cardiovascular Functions -- Food Intake and Metabolism -- Water and Salt Intake and Body Fluid Homeostasis -- Neuroendocrine Systems -- Circadian Timekeeping -- The Neurobiology of Sleep and Dreaming -- Reward, Motivation, and Addiction -- Human Brain Evolution -- Cognitive Development and Aging -- Visual Perception of Objects -- Spatial Cognition -- Attention -- Learning and Memory: Basic Mechanisms -- Learning and Memory: Brain Systems -- Language -- The Prefrontal Cortex and Executive Brain Functions -- The Neuroscience of Consciousness.
  • 2013From: ClinicalKey
    edited by Duane E. Haines ; contributors, M.D. Ard [and twenty-four others] ; illustrators, M.P. Schenk, W.K. Cunningham ; photographer, G.W. Armstrong ; computer graphics, C.P. Runyan ; typist, L.K. Boyd.
    Turn to Fundamental Neuroscience for a thorough, clinically relevant understanding of this complicated subject! Integrated coverage of neuroanatomy, physiology, and pharmacology, with a particular emphasis on systems neurobiology, effectively prepares you for your courses, exams, and beyond. Easily comprehend and retain complex material thanks to the expert instruction of Professor Duane Haines, recipient of the Henry Gray/Elsevier Distinguished Teacher Award from the American Association of Anatomists and the Distinguished Teacher Award from the Association of American Colleges. Access the complete contents online at, plus 150 USMLE-style review questions, sectional images correlated with the anatomical diagrams within the text, and more.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Juergen Siepmann, Ronald A. Siegel, Michael J. Rathbone, editors.
  • 2009From: Springer
    O. Catalano, A. Nunziata, A. Siani ; foreword by David Cosgrove; [translation, Alexander Cormack].
  • editors, Jeffrey R. Davis ... [et al.].
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    History -- The beginnings: past and present / J. Robert Dille and Stanley R. Mohler -- Physiology and environment -- Respiratory physiology and protection against hypoxia / Jeb S. Pickard and David P. Gradwell -- Physiology of decompressive stress / Jan Stepanek and James T. Webb -- Human response to acceleration / Robert D. Banks ... [et al.] -- Vibration and acoustics / Suzanne D. Smith, Jerry R. Goodman, and Ferdinand W. Grosveld -- Spatial orientation in flight / A. J. Parmet and W. R. Ercoline -- Thermal stress / Robert W. Kenefick ... [et al.] -- Cosmic radiation / Michael Bagshaw and Francis A. Cucinotta -- Aerospace toxicology and microbiology / John T. James, A. J. Parmet, and Duane L. Pierson -- Space environments / James Perry Locke -- Clinical -- Pilot health and aeromedical certification / Robert R. Orford and Warren S. Silberman -- Respiratory diseases: aeromedical implications / Jeb S. Pickard and Gary W. Gray -- Clinical aerospace cardiovascular medicine / James R. Strader, Jr., Gary W. Gray, and William B. Kruyer -- Ophthalmology in aerospace medicine / Thomas J. Tredici and Douglas J. Ivan -- Otolaryngology in aerospace medicine / James R. Phelan -- Aerospace neurology / John D. Hastings -- Aerospace psychiatry / David R. Jones -- Endocrine system and nephrology / Paula A. Corrigan and Curtiss B. Cook -- Infectious diseases / Glenn W. Mitchell and Gregory J. Martin -- Dental considerations in aerospace medicine / William M. Morlang, II -- Operations -- Occupational and environmental medical support to the aviation industry / Roy L. Dehart and Steven M. Hetrick -- Women's health issues in aerospace medicine / Monica B. Gorbandt and Richard A. Knittig -- An introduction to human factors in aerospace / Thomas Rathjen ... [et al.] -- Space operations / Richard T. Jennings, Charles F. Sawin, and Michael R. Barratt -- Aircraft accidents: investigation and prevention / Stephen J. H. Véronneau and Eduard M. Ricaurte -- Aviation medicine in unique environments / Thomas F. Clarke ... [et al.] -- Aerospace medicine issues in unique aircraft types / Richard S. Williams ... [et al.] -- The practice of international aerospace medicine / Claude Thibeault -- The future -- Aviation, government space, biomedical innovations, and education / Jeffrey R. Davis -- Commercial human space flight / Melchor J. Antuñano ... [et al.].
  • 2016From: Cambridge
    edited by Ted Lin, Tim Smith, Colin Pinnock, Chris Mowatt.
  • 2014From: Springer
    edited by Alexander Vinks, Hartmut Derendorf, Johan Mouton.
    Over the past decade, significant progress has been made in the theory and applications of pharmacodynamics of antimicrobial agents. On the basis of pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic modeling concepts it has become possible to describe and predict the time course of antimicrobial effects under normal and pathophysiological conditions. The study of pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic relationships can be of considerable value in understanding drug action, defining optimal dosing regimens, and in making predictions under new or changing pre-clinical and clinical circumstances. Not surprisingly, pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic modeling concepts are increasingly applied in both basic and clinical research as well as in drug development. Fundamentals of Antimicrobial Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics is designed as a reference on the application of pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic principles for the optimization of antimicrobial therapy, namely pharmacotherapy, and infectious diseases. The reader is introduced to various aspects of the fundamentals of antimicrobial pharmacodynamics, the integration of pharmacokinetics with pharmacodynamics for all major classes of antibiotics, from basic research to clinical situations.
  • 2007From: Springer
    Duane Knudson.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Nihat Özkaya, Margareta Nordin, David Goldsheyder, Dawn Leger.
    1. Introduction -- 2. Force Vector -- 3. Moment and Torque Vectors -- 4. Statics: Systems in Equilibrium -- 5. Applications of Statics to Biomechanics -- 6. Introduction to Dynamics -- 7. Linear Kinematics -- 8. Linear Kinetics -- 9. Angular Kinematics -- 10. Angular Kinetics -- 11. Impulse and Momentum -- 12. Introduction to Deformable Body Mechanics -- 13. Stress and Strain -- 14. Multiaxial Deformations and Stress Analyses -- 15. Mechanical Properties of Biological Tissues -- Appendex A. Plane Geometry -- Appendix B. Vector Algebra -- Appendix C. Calculus.
  • 2010From: Atypon
    Gerald E. Miller.
    Transport processes represents important life sustaining elements in all humans. These include mass transfer processes, including gas exchange in the lungs, transport across capillaries and alveoli, transport across the kidneys, and transport across cell membranes. These mass transfer processes affect how oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged in your bloodstream, how metabolic waste products are removed from your blood, how nutrients are transported to tissues, and how all cells function throughout the body. A discussion of kidney dialysis and gas exchange mechanisms is included. Another element in biomedical transport processes is that of momentum transport and fluid flow. This describes how blood is propelled from the heart and throughout the cardiovascular system, how blood elements affect the body, including gas exchange, infection control, clotting of blood, and blood flow resistance, which affects cardiac work. A discussion of the measurement of the blood resistance to flow (viscosity), blood flow, and pressure is also included. A third element in transport processes in the human body is that of heat transfer, including heat transfer inside the body towards the periphery as well as heat transfer from the body to the environment. A discussion of temperature measurements and body protection in extreme heat conditions is also included.
  • Bernard Rosner, Harvard University.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2015From: ClinicalKey
    W. Richard Webb, William E. Brant, Nancy M. Major.
    Introduction to CT of the thorax : chest CT techniques -- Mediastinum : introduction and normal anatomy -- Mediastinum : vascular abnormalities -- Mediastinum : lymph node abnormalities and masses -- The pulmonary hila -- Lung disease -- Pleura, chest wall, and diaphragm -- Introduction to CT of the abdomen and pelvis -- Peritoneal cavity, vessels, nodes, and abdominal wall -- Abdominal trauma -- Liver -- Biliary tree and gallbladder -- Pancreas -- Spleen -- Kidneys and ureters -- Adrenal glands -- Gastrointestinal tract -- Pelvis -- CT in musculoskeletal trauma -- CT in musculoskeletal nontrauma -- Incidental findings.
  • 2011From: ScienceDirect
    2011From: ClinicalKey
    Christopher G. Roth.
    Fundamentals of Body MRI-a new title in the Fundamentals of Radiology series-explains and defines key concepts in body MRI so you can confidently make radiologic diagnoses. Dr. Christopher G. Roth presents comprehensive guidance on body imaging-from the liver to the female pelvis-and discusses how physics, techniques, hardware, and artifacts affect results. In print and online at, this detailed and heavily illustrated reference will help you effectively master the complexities of interpreting findings from this imaging modality. Access the fully searchable contents of the text online at Master MRI techniques for the entirety of body imaging, including liver, breast, male and female pelvis, and cardiovascular MRI. Avoid artifacts thanks to extensive discussions of considerations such as physics and parameter tradeoffs. Grasp visual nuances through numerous images and correlating anatomic illustrations.
  • Joan Stiles.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    The central questions about psychological and biological development -- The gene: evolution of a concept -- Formation of the neural plate -- Formation of the neural tube -- Molecular patterning of the primary spatial dimensions of the embryo -- The production of brain cells: neurons and glia -- Neuronal migration and neuronal differentiation -- Shaping the emerging cortical network: the role of intrinsic and extrinsic factors -- Late prenatal and postnatal changes in human brain structure -- Plasticity and the role of experience in neocortical development -- The importance of brain development for psychology.
  • 2014From: Springer
    David Alberts, Lisa M. Hess, editors.
    Introduction to cancer prevention -- Assessing human and economic benefits of cancer prevention -- The role of diet, physical activity, and body composition in cancer prevention -- Innate and adaptive immune responses to cancer -- Hereditary risk for cancer -- Cancer health disparties -- Human categories and health : the power of the concept of ethnicity -- Complementary and alternative approaches to cancer prevention -- Telemedicine, telehealth, and e-health technologies in cancer prevention -- Global cancer prevention -- Sunscreen-based skin protection against solar insult : molecular mechanisms and opportunities -- Skin cancer prevention -- Prevention of colorectal cancer -- Lung cancer prevention -- Breast cancer prevention -- Prevention of prostate cancer -- Cervical cancer prevention -- Ovarian cancer prevention -- Endometrial cancer prevention -- Cancer survivorship.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Jerry L. Workman, Susan M. Abmayr, editors.
    Chromatin is the combination of DNA and proteins that make up the genetic material of chromosomes. It is essential for packaging DNA, regulation of gene expression, DNA replication and repair. The audience for this book includes newly established scientists, graduate students and scientists seeking detailed overviews of various aspects of chromatin structure and function to gain entry into this field. The chapters in this book give a strong, updated groundwork about the fundamentals of chromatin which are essential to understand epigenetics. Some the fundamentals that this book covers include the structure and biochemistry of chromatin and the enzyme complexes that manage it.
  • 2007From: Springer
    Antonella Bacchieri, Giovanni Della Cioppa.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Lawrence M. Friedman, Curt D. Furberg, David L. DeMets.
    Introduction to Clinical Trials -- Ethical Issues -- What Is the Question? -- Study Population -- Basic Study Design -- The Randomization Process -- Blindness -- Sample Size -- Baseline Assessment -- Recruitment of Study Participants -- Data Collection and Quality Control -- Assessing and Reporting Adverse Events -- Assessment of Health-Related Quality of Life -- Participant Adherence -- Survival Analysis -- Monitoring Response Variables -- Issues in Data Analysis -- Closeout -- Reporting and Interpreting of Results -- Multicenter Trials.
    Also available: Print – 2010
  • 2007From: Springer
    edited by Werner Dubitzky, Martin Granzow, Daniel Berrar.
  • 2007From: Ovid
    editors, William E. Brant, Clyde A. Helms.
    Adrenal glands and kidneys / William E. Brant -- Pelvicaliceal system, ureters, bladder, and urethra / William E. Brant -- Genital tract: radiographic imaging and MR / William E. Brant -- Abdomen ultrasound / William E. Brant -- Genital tract and bladder ultrasound / William E. Brant -- Obstetric ultrasound / William E. Brant -- Chest, thyroid, parathyroid, and neonatal brain ultrasound / William E. Brant -- Vascular ultrasound / Raymond S. Dougherty, William E. Brant -- Benign cystic bone lesions / Clyde A. Helms -- Malignant bone and soft tissue tumors / Clyde A. Helms -- Skeletal trauma / Clyde A. Helms -- Arthritis / Clyde A. Helms -- Metabolic bone disease / Clyde A. Helms -- Skeletal "don't touch" lesions / Clyde A. Helms -- Miscellaneous bone lesions / Clyde A. Helms -- Magnetic resonance imaging of the knees / Clyde A. Helms -- Magnetic resonance imaging of the shoulder / Clyde A. Helms -- Magnetic resonance imaging of the foot and ankle / Clyde A. Helms -- Pediatric chest / Susan D. John, Leonard E. Swischuk -- Pediatric abdomen and pelvis / Susan D. John, Leonard E. Swischuk -- Introduction to nuclear medicine / David K. Shelton -- Essential science of nuclear medicine / Ramsey D. Badawi, Linda A. Kroger, Jerrold T. Bushberg -- Skeletal system scintigraphy / David K. Shelton, Michael F. Hartshorne -- Pulmonary scintigraphy / David K. Shelton, Rhonda A. Wyatt -- Cardiovascular system scintigraphy / David K. Shelton, Michael F. Hartshorne -- Endocrine gland scintigraphy / Marc G. Cote -- Gastrointestinal, liver/spleen, and hepatobiliary scintigraphy / David K. Shelton, Michael F. Hartshorne -- Genitourinary system scintigraphy / Mike McBiles, Peter W. Blue -- Scintigraphic diagnosis of inflammation and infection / Christopher J. Palestro, Charito Love -- Molecular imaging of tumors / James H. Timmons -- Central nervous system scintigraphy / David H. Lewis, Vivek Manchanda -- Positron emission tomography and PET-PC / Bijan Bijan, David K. Shelton, William E. Brant. Diagnostic imaging methods / William E. Brant -- Introduction to brain imaging / David J. Seidenwurm -- Craniofacial trauma / Robert M. Barr, Alisa D. Gean, Tuong H. Le -- Cerebrovascular disease / Howard A. Rowley -- Central nervous system neoplasms and tumorlike masses / Kelly K. Koeller -- Central nervous system infections / Walter L. Olsen -- White matter and neurodegenerative diseases / Jerome A. Barakos -- Pediatric neuroimaging / Todd E. Lempert, Erik H.L. Gaensler -- Head and neck imaging / Jerome A. Barakos -- Nondegenerative diseases of the spine / Erik H.L. Gaensler -- Lumbar spine: disk disease and stenosis / Clyde A. Helms -- Methods of examination, normal anatomy, and radiographic findings of chest disease / Santiago Miró, Jeffrey S. Klein -- Mediastinum and hila / Jeffrey S. Klein -- Pulmonary vascular disease / Jeffrey S. Klein -- Pulmonary neoplasms / Jeffrey S. Klein -- Pulmonary infection / Timothy J. Higgins, Jeffrey S. Klein -- Diffuse lung disease / Jeffrey S. Klein -- Airways disease / Jeffrey S. Klein -- Pleura, chest wall, diaphragm, and miscellaneous chest disorders / Jeffrey S. Klein -- Breast imaging / Karen K. Lindfors, Huong T. Le-Petross -- Cardiac anatomy, physiology, and imaging methods / David K. Shelton -- Cardiac imaging in acquired disease / David K. Shelton -- Cardiac mri / Christopher M. Kramer -- Thoracic aorta, pulmonary arteries, and peripheral vascular disorders / Michael J. Miller, Jr., Tony P. Smith -- Abdominal arteries, venous system, and nonvascular intervention / Michael J. Miller, Jr., Tony P. Smith -- Abdomen and pelvis / William E. Brant -- Liver, biliary tree, and gallbladder / William E. Brant -- Pancreas and spleen / William E. Brant -- Pharynx and esophagus / William E. Brant -- Stomach and duodenum / William E. Brant -- Mesenteric small bowel / William E. Brant -- Colon and appendix / William E. Brant--
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2012From: Ovid
    editors, William E. Brant, Clyde A. Helms.
    Section I: Basic principles -- chapter 1. Diagnostic imaging methods / William E. Brant -- Section II: Neuroradiology / Section editor: Erik H. L. Gaensler and Jerome A. Barakos -- chapter 2. Introduction to brain imaging / David J. Seidenwurm and Govind Mukundan -- chapter 3. Craniofacial trauma / Robert M. Barr, Alisa D. Gean, and Tuong H. Le -- chapter 4. Cerebrovascular disease / Howard A. Rawley -- chapter 5. Central nervous system neoplasms and tumor-like masses / Kelly K. Koeller -- chapter 6. Central nervous system infections / Nathaniel A. Chuang and Walter L. Olsen -- chapter 7. White matter and neurodegenerative diseases / Jerome A. Barakos and Derk D. Purcell -- chapter 8. Pediatric neuroimaging / Camilla Lindan, Erik Gaensler, and Jerome Barakos -- chapter 9. Head and neck imaging / Jerome A. Barakos and Derk D. Purcell -- chapter 10. Nondegenerative diseases of the spine / Erik H. L. Gaensler and Derk D. Purcell -- chapter 11. Lumbar spine: disc disease and stenosis / Clyde A. Helms -- Section III: Pulmonary / Section editor: Jeffrey S. Klein -- chapter 12. Methods of examination, normal anatomy, and radiographic findings of chest disease / Julio Lemo and Jeffrey S. Klein -- chapter 13. Mediastinum and hila / Jeffrey S. Klein -- chapter 14. Pulmonary vascular disease / Curtis E. Green and Jeffrey S. Klein -- chapter 15. Pulmonary neoplasms / Jeffrey S. Klein -- chapter 16. Pulmonary infection / Jeffrey S. Klein -- chapter 17. Diffuse lung disease / Jeffrey S. Klein and Curtis E. Green -- chapter 18. Airways disease / Jeffrey S. Klein -- chapter 19. Pleura, chest wall, diaphragm, and miscellaneous chest disorders / Jeffrey S. Klein and Jimmy S. Ghostine -- Section IV: Breast radiology / Section editor: Karen K. Lindfors -- chapter 20. Breast imaging / Karen K. Lindfors and Huong T. Le-Petross -- Section V: Cardiac radiology / Section editor: David K. Shelton -- chapter 21. Cardiac anatomy, physiolgy, and imaging modalities / David K. Shelton -- chapter 22. Cardiac imaging in acquired diseases / David K. Shelton and Gary Caputo -- Section VI: Vascular and interventional radiology / Section editor: Michael J. Miller, Jr. -- chapter 23. Thoracic, pulmonary arteries, and peripheral vascular disorders / Michael J. Miller Jr. and Tony P. Smith -- chapter 24. Abdominal arteries, venous system, and nonvascular intervention / Michael J. Miller Jr. and Tony P. Smith -- Section VII: Gastrointestinal tract / Section editor: William E. Brant -- chapter 25. Abdomen and pelvis / William E. Brant -- chapter 26. Liver, biliary tree, and gallbladder / William E. Brant -- chapter 27. Pancreas and spleen / William E. Brant -- chapter 28. Pharynx and esophagus / Sara Moshiri and William E. Brant -- chapter 29. Stomach and duodenum / William E. Brant -- chapter 30. Mesenteric small bowel / William E. Brant -- chapter 31. Colon and appendix / William E. Brant and Sarah Erickson -- Section VIII: Genitourinary tract / Section editor: William E. Brant -- chapter 32. Adrenal glands and kidneys / William E. Brant -- chapter 33. Pelvicalyceal system, ureters, bladder, and urethra / William E. Brant -- chapter 34. Genital tract-CT, MR, and radiographic imaging / William E. Brant -- Section IX: Ultrasonography / Section editor: William E. Brant -- chapter 35. Abdomen ultrasound / William E. Brant -- chapter 36. Genital tract and bladder ultrasound / William E. Brant -- chapter 37. Obstetric ultrasound / William E. Brant -- chapter 38. Chest, thyroid, parathyroid, and neonatal brain ultrasound / William E. Brant -- chapter 39. Vascular ultrasound / William E. Brant and Raymond S. Dougherty -- Section X: Musculoskeletal radiology / Section editor: Clyde A. Helms -- chapter 40. Benign cystic bone lesions / Clyde A. Helms -- chapter 41. Malignant bone and soft tissue tumors / Clyde A. Helms -- chapter 42. Skeletal trauma / Clyde A. Helms -- chapter 43. Arthritis / Clyde A. Helms -- chapter 44. Metabolic bone disease / Clyde A. Helms -- chapter 45. Skeletal "Don't Touch" lesions / Clyde A. Helms -- chapter 46. Miscellaneous bone lesions / Clyde A. Helms -- chapter 47. Magnetic resonance imaging of the knee / Clyde A. Helms -- chapter 48. Magnetic resonance imaging of the shoulder / Clyde A. Helms -- chapter 49. Magnetic resonance imaging of the foot and ankle / Clyde A. Helms -- Section XI: Pediatric radiology / Section editor: Susan D. John -- chapter 50. Pediatric chest / Susan D. John and Leonard E. Swischuk -- chapter 51. Pediatric abdomen and pelvis / Susan D. John and Leonard E. Swischuk -- Section XII: Nuclear radiology / Section editor: David K. Shelton -- chapter 52. Introduction to nuclear medicine / David K. Shelton -- chapter 53. Essential science of nuclear medicine / Ramsey D. Badawi, Linda A. Kroger, and Jerrold T. Bushberg -- chapter 54. Skeletal system scintigraphy / David K. Shelton and Amir Kashefi -- chapter 55. Pulmonary scintigraphy / David K. Shelton and Meena Kumar -- chapter 56. Cardiovascular system scintigraphy / David K. Shelton -- chapter 57. Endocrine gland scintigraphy / Marc G. Cote -- chapter 58. Gastrointestinal, liver-spleen, and hepatobiliary scintigraphy / David K. Shelton and Roshanak Rahnamayi -- chapter 59. Genitourinary system scintigraphy / Howard A. Carpenter and Cameron C. Foster -- chapter 60. Scintigraphic diagnosis of inflammation and infection / Christopher J. Palestro -- chapter 61. Molecular imaging / Amir Kashefi and David K. Shelton -- chapter 62. Central nervous system scintigraphy / David H. Lewis and Jon Umlauf -- chapter 63. Positron emission tomography / Cameron C. Foster, Bijan Bijan, and David K. Shelton.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Roger Bourne.
    Introduction / Roger Bourne -- Digital Images / Roger Bourne -- Medical Images / Roger Bourne -- The Spatial and Frequency Domains / Roger Bourne -- Image Quality / Roger Bourne -- Contrast Adjustment / Roger Bourne -- Image Filters / Roger Bourne -- Spatial Transformation / Roger Bourne -- ImageJ / Roger Bourne -- A Note on Precision and Accuracy / Roger Bourne -- Complex Numbers / Roger Bourne.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Francesco Chiappelli.
    Fundamental Implications for Clinical Practice -- Translational Effectiveness in the Context of Translational Science -- Comparative Effectiveness Analysis and Evidence-Based Decisions -- Methodology I: The Best Available Evidence -- Methodology II: Sampling and Assessment of the Evidence -- Methodology III: Systematic Evaluation of the Statistical Analysis: Data Analysis in Research Synthesis -- Optimizing Clinical Practice-Based Patient-Centered Outcomes Research -- Getting and Understanding Data -- Obtaining Data -- Describing and Analyzing Data -- Translational Effectiveness Analysis -- Optimizing Clinical Outcomes by Individualizing Observations -- Evaluation in Patient-Centered Outcomes Research -- Translational Effectiveness in Practice-Based Patient-Centered Outcomes Research.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Kameshwar Prasad.
    This is a basic book on evidence-based medicine (EBM). It starts with an introduction to the topic. It outlines the relationship between EBM and research and quality of care. Then It goes on to cover the most commonly used modules of EBM, i.e. therapy, diagnosis, prognosis and meta-analysis. Each module starts with an introduction to fundamental concepts, and description of the related research process, and then follows the critical appraisal of related type of research artcle. At the end, it covers the different systems of grading of level of evidence and strength of recommendations. The book also has three examples of critical appraisal on diagnosis, therapy, and meta-analysis.
  • 2007From: Springer
    editor, Rainier P. Soriano ; associate editors, Helen M. Fernandez, Christine K. Cassel, Rosanne Leipzig.
  • 2014From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Cynthia Cooper.
    Perfect for hand therapy specialists, hand therapy students, and any other professional who encounters clients with upper extremity issues, Fundamentals of Hand Therapy, 2nd Edition contains everything you need to make sound therapy decisions. Coverage includes hand anatomy, the evaluation process, and diagnosis-specific information. Expert tips, treatment guidelines, and case studies round out this comprehensive text designed to help you think critically about each client's individual needs. Clinical Pearls and Precautions highlight relevant information learned by the experienced author and contributors that you can apply to clinical practice.Case examples included in the diagnoses chapters in Part Three demonstrate the use of clinical reasoning and a humanistic approach in treating the client.Diagnosis-specific information in the final section of the book is well-organized to give you quick access to the information you need.Special features sections such as Questions to Discuss with the Physician, What to Say to Clients, Tips from the Field, and more help readers find their own clinical voices. Online sample exercises give you a pool to pull from during professional practice.
  • 2011From: Thieme Book
    edited by Joel Michael ; based on the work of Sabyasachi Sircar.
    The cell -- The cell membrane -- Genes and proteins -- Control systems and homeostasis -- Functional anatomy of the nervous system -- Resting membrane potential -- Membrane excitation and action potential -- Electrophysiology of ion channels -- Conduction of the action potential -- Sensory mechanisms -- Transmission of neuromuscular junctions and synapes -- The autonomic nervous system -- Functional anatomy of muscle -- Mechanism of muscle contraction -- Characteristics of muscle contraction -- Muscle elasticity -- Muscle mechanics -- Smooth muscle -- Cardiac muscle -- Body fluids and blood -- Red blood cells -- Hemoglobin -- Hemopoiesis -- Hermatinic factors -- Blood grouping and transfusion -- Blood platelets and hemostasis -- Hemostatic balance -- Granulocytes -- Agranulocytes and lymphoid organs -- Immunity, tolerance, and hypersensitivity -- Immune mechanisms -- Cardiac excitation and the electrocardiogram -- Cardiac cycle -- Cardiac output -- Circulatory pathway and hemodynamics -- Capillary exchange and lymphatic circulation -- Chemical and neural control of the cardiovascular system -- Blood pressure regulation -- Coronary circulation -- Cerebral circulation -- Pulmonary and pleural circulation -- Cutaneous, muscle, and splanchnic circulation -- Regulation of body temperature -- Functional anatomy of the respiratory system -- Mechanics of pulmonary ventilation -- Measurements of pulmonary ventilation -- Alveolar ventilation, perfusion, and gas exchange -- Transport of gases -- Neural control of respiratory rhythm -- Chemical control of pulmonary ventilation -- Respiration in unusual environments -- Pulmonary function tests and respiratory disorders -- Functional anatomy of the kidney -- Glomerular filtration and tubular reabsorption -- Renal handling of sodium -- Renal mechanisms determining urine osmolarity -- Body fluid and electrolyte balance -- Renal contribution to acid-base balance -- Renal handling of miscellaneous substances -- Hormones acting on the kidney -- Quantification of renal functions -- Whole body acid-base balance -- Renal syndromes -- Urinary bladder and micturition -- Nutritional needs of the body -- Functions of the mouth and esophagus -- Functions of the stomach -- Functions of the duodenum -- Functions of the small intestine -- Function of the colon -- Gastrointestinal hormones -- Gastrointestinal disorders -- Metabolic pathways -- Mechanism of hormonal action -- Hypothaoamic and pituitary hormones -- Thyroid hormones -- Hormones regulating calcium balance -- Hormones of the adrenal cortex -- Hormones of the adrenal medulla -- Pancreatic hormones and the regulation of blood glucose -- Testicular and ovarian hormones -- Puberty and gametogenesis -- Menstrual cycle -- Sperm transport and fertilization -- Sexual differentiation of the fetus -- Pregnancy -- Parturition and lactation -- Appendix A: Principles of physics in physiology -- Appendix B: Principles of chemistry in physiology -- Appendix C: Abbreviations used in text.
  • 2011From: Springer
    edited by Olaf C.G. Adan, Robert A. Samson.
    Preface -- 1. Introduction; O.C.G. Adan, R.A. Samson -- 2. Water relations of fungi in indoor environments; O.C.G. Adan et al -- 3. Fungal growth and humidity fluctuations: a toy model; H.P. Huinink, O.C.G. Adan -- 4. The fungal cell; J. Dijksterhuis -- 5. Ecology and general characteristics of indoor fungi; R.A. Samson -- 6. Characteristics and identification of indoor wood-decaying basidiomycetes; O. Schmidt, T. Huckfeldt -- 7. Health effects from mold and dampness in housing in western societies: early epidemiology studies and barriers to further progress; J.D. Miller -- 8. Aerosolized fungal fragments; B.J. Green et al -- 9. Mycotoxins on building materials; K.F. Nielsen, J.C. Frisvad -- 10. WHO guidelines for indoor air quality: dampness and mold; O.O. Hänninen -- 11. Moisture content measurement; B.J.F. Erich, L. Pel -- 12. The fungal resistance of interior finishing materials; O.C.G. Adan -- 13. Detection of indoor fungi bioaerosols; J.A. Scott et al -- 14. Mold remediation in North American buildings; P.R. Morey -- 15. Mold remediation in West-European buildings; T. Warscheid -- 16. Protection of wood; M.F. Sailer, W.J. Homan -- 17. Coating and surface treatment of wood; H. Viitanen, A.-C. Ritschkoff -- 18. Recommendations; O.C.G. Adan, R.A. Samson -- Contributors -- Index.
  • 2013From: ClinicalKey
    2013Limited to 1 simultaneous usersFrom: ProQuest Ebook Central
    Jon A. Jacobson.
    "Master the key concepts you need to perform, read, and interpret musculoskeletal ultrasounds. A straightforward approach, an abundance of detailed ultrasound images, and online video demonstrations provide step-by-step guidance that makes learning easy."-- From publisher's description.
    Also available: Print – 2013
  • 2015From: Springer
    Larry E. Davis, Sarah Pirio Richardson.
    Approach to the patient with neurologic problem: key steps in neurological diagnosis and treatment -- Neurologic examination -- Common neurologic tests -- Disorders of muscle -- Disorders of the neuromuscular junction -- Disorders of peripheral nerves -- Disorders of the spinal cord and vertebral bodies -- Disorders of the brainstem and cerebellum -- Disorders of the cerebrovascular system -- Disorders of myelin -- Disorders of higher cortical function -- Disorders of the extrapyramidal system -- Infections of the Nervous System -- Brain tumors -- Seizures and status epilepticus -- Cardiac arrest, coma and cerebral death -- Disorders of the developing nervous system -- Traumatic brain injury and subdural hematoma -- Neurologic complications of alcohol and B12 deficiency -- Disorders of pain and headache -- Disorders of the vestibular system -- Sleep.
  • 2006From: Thieme Book
    Mark Mumenthaler, Heinrich Mattle ; translated and adapted by Ethan Taub.
    The clinical interview in neurology -- The neurological examination -- Ancillary tests in neurology -- Topical diagnosis and differential diagnosis of neurologic syndromes -- Diseases of the brain and meninges -- Diseases of the spinal cord -- Multiple sclerosis and other myelinopathies -- Epilepsy and its differential diagnosis -- Polyradiculopathy and polyneuropathy -- Diseases of the cranial nerves -- Diseases of the spinal nerve roots and peripheral nerves -- Painful syndromes -- Diseases of muscle (myopathies) -- Diseases of the autonomic nervous system.
  • 2008From: Springer
    Michael G. Stabin.
  • 2010From: Springer
    by Gopal B. Saha.
    Established as a classic text on nuclear chemistry and pharmacy, 'Fundamentals of Nuclear Pharmacy' has been thoroughly revised and now includes new information covering innovations in imaging technology and clinical applications in the field.
  • 2010From: Thieme eNeurosurgery
    edited by E. Sander Connolly Jr. [and others].
  • 2010From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Robert Marcus, David Feldman, Dorothy A. Nelson, Clifford J. Rosen.
    A comprehensive source of the basic research related to osteoporosis. It introduces genomic and proteomic analysis, histopathology and imaging, as well cellular and molecular mechanisms relevant to assay development and drug discovery.
    Also available: Print – 2010
  • 2007From: Springer
    by Rana S. Hoda, Syed A. Hoda ; foreword by Prabodh K. Gupta.
    A short dictionary of the Pap test -- Analogies in the Pap test : "Of corn flakes and raisins" -- Basic cytology principles -- Basic anatomy and cytology of the female genital tract -- The Bethesda system -- Liquid-based cytology -- Physiological cytology -- Reactive changes and organisms -- Human papillomavirus in cervical carcinogenesis -- Atypical squamous cells -- Low-grade squamous intra-epithelial lesion -- High-grade squamous intra-epithelial lesion -- Invasive squamous carcinoma -- Endocervical lesions -- Endometrial lesions -- Metastatic tumors -- Therapy-related changes -- Artifacts, contaminants, and incidental findings -- Screening and management guidelines of Pap test and newer techniques.
  • 2006From: Ovid
    David J. Driscoll.
    Cardiovascular physiology -- Clinical evaluation -- Basic diagnostic studies -- Pediatric exercise testing -- Innocent murmurs -- Chest pain -- Syncope and sudden death -- Principals of inheritance and genetics of congenital heart disease -- Left-to-right shunts -- Right-to-left shunts -- Obstructive and regurgitant lesions -- Acquired heart diseases -- Cardiomyopathy -- Coronary artery anomalies.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Iftekhar Mahmood, Gilbert Burckart, editors.
    1. Pediatric Drug Development and the Regulatory Changes That Are Creating the Science of Pediatric Dosing / Gilbert J. Burckart -- 2. Pediatric Physiology / Iftekhar Mahmood -- 3. Developmental Pharmacology: Impact on Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics -- of Drugs / Iftekhar Mahmood -- 4. Pediatric Clinical Trial Design and Dosing / Dionna Green and Valerie Amspacher -- 5. Application of Allometric Principles in Pediatric Drug Development / Iftekhar Mahmood -- 6. Population Pharmacokinetics in Pediatric Drug Development / Jeremiah D. Momper , John Bradley , and Brookie M. Best -- 7. Scaling Dose-Exposure-Response from Adults to Children / Ine Skottheim Rusten , Anna Nordmark , Susan Cole , Joseph F. Standing , Sofi a Friberg Hietala , Wei Zhao , Valeria Gigante , Anna Karin Hamberg , Gérard Pons , María Jesús Garrido , Johannes Taminiau , Norbert Benda , Frederike Lentz , Flora Musuamba Tshinanu , Andrew Thomson , Paolo Tomasi , Cecile Ollivier , Ralf Herold , and Efthymios Manolis -- 8. Applications of Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic (PBPK) Models for Pediatric Populations / Peng Duan , Jeffrey Fisher , and Jian Wang -- 9. Perinatal Pharmacology and Maternal/Fetal Dosing / Iftekhar Mahmood, Gilbert J. Burckart and Robert M. Ward.
  • Lynn T. Staheli.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2016From: Ovid
    Lynn T. Staheli.
  • 2011From: Springer
    edited by Peter Mattei.
    Part 1 Perioperative Care -- Preoperative Assessment and Preparation -- Epidural and Regional Anesthesia -- Enteral Nutrition -- Parenteral Nutrition -- Fast-Track Protocols -- Quality Improvement, Education, and Outcomes Research in Pediatric Surgery -- Part 2 Critical Care -- Shock -- Electrolyte Disorders -- Vascular Access -- Acute Kidney Injury -- Respiratory Failure and Mechanical Ventilation -- Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation -- Part 3 Trauma -- Pediatric Trauma Resuscitation -- Head Trauma -- Neck Injuries -- Burns -- Abdominal Trauma -- Thoracic Trauma -- Spine Trauma -- Vascular Injury -- Pediatric Hand Injuries -- Pediatric Hand Injuries -- Part 4 Head and Neck -- The Critical Airway -- Bronchoscopy -- Cystic Neck Masses -- Disorders of the Thyroid and Parathyroid -- Cervical Lymphadenopathy -- Part 5 Esophagus -- Esophageal Atresia and Tracheo-Esophageal Fistula -- Long-Gap Esophageal Atresia -- Esophageal Replacement -- Esophageal Injuries -- Foregut Duplications -- Achalasia -- Part 6 Thorax and Mediastinum -- Patent Ductus Arteriosus -- Vascular Compression Syndromes -- Congenital Lung Lesions -- Thoracoscopic Biopsy and Lobectomy of the Lung -- Diseases of the Pleural Space -- Pectus Deformities -- Mediastinal Masses -- Part 7 Stomach and Small Intestine -- Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease -- Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis -- Surgical Enteral Access -- Duodenal Atresia -- Intestinal Atresias -- Abdominal Cysts and Duplications. Anomalies of Intestinal Rotation -- Necrotizing Enterocolitis -- Short Bowel Syndrome -- Meconium Ileus -- Intussusception -- Meckel's Diverticulum -- Bariatric Surgery -- Chronic Abdominal Pain -- Crohn's Disease -- Ileostomy and Colostomy -- Part 8 Colon, Rectum, and Anus -- Constipation -- Perianal Disease -- Pilonidal Cyst Disease -- Hirschsprung Disease -- Appendicitis -- Ulcerative Colitis and Familial Polyposis -- Anorectal Malformations -- Part 9 Abdominal Wall, Peritoneum, and Diaphragm -- Gastroschisis -- Omphalocele -- Eventration of the Diaphragm -- Uncommon Hernias -- Umbilical Diorders and Anomalies -- Peritoneal Dialysis -- Part 10 Liver, Biliary Tree, Pancreas and Spleen -- Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia -- Biliary Atresia -- Surgical Therapy of Disorders of Intrahepatic Cholestasis -- Cholecystitis -- Choledochal Cysts -- Hepatic Resection -- Portal Hypertension -- Congenital Hyperinsulinism -- Disorders of the Pancreas -- Disorders of the Spleen -- Part 11 Genitourinary -- Vesicoureteral Reflux -- Renal Abnormalities -- Penile Anomalies and Circumcision -- Inguinal Hernia and Hydrocele -- Undescended Testis. The Diagnosis and Management of Scrotal Pain -- Cloacal Exstrophy -- Disorders of Sex Development -- Vagina: Diseases and Treatment -- Part 12 Surgical Oncology -- Neuroblastoma -- Wilms Tumor -- Adrenal Tumors -- Rhabdomyosarcoma -- Sacrococcygeal Teratoma -- Sacrococcygeal Teratoma -- Ovarian Tumors -- Pediatric Testicular Tumors -- Soft Tissue Tumors -- Liver Tumors -- Musculoskeletal Surgical Oncology -- Part 13 Skin and Soft Tissues -- Subcutaneous Endoscopy -- Benign Skin Lesions -- Atypical Nevi and Malignant Melanoma -- Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections -- Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections -- Disorders of the Breast -- Part 14 Transplantation -- Kidney Transplantation -- Liver Transplantation -- Intestinal Transplantation -- Part 15 Miscellaneous -- Gastrointestinal Bleeding -- Fetal Surgery -- Disorders of the Abdominal Aorta and Major Branches -- Ventricular Shunts for Hydrocephalus -- Conjoined Twins.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Ijeoma F. Uchegbu, Andreas G. Schätzlein, Woei Ping Cheng, Aikaterini Lalatsa, editors.
    Nanoscience and nanotechnology overview -- Liposome preparation and characterization -- Solid polymeric nanoparticles -- Lipid nanoparticles -- Polymeric vesicles -- Low molecular weight amphiphile micelles -- Polymeric micelles -- Niosomes -- Quantum dots -- Magnetic particles -- Drug nanoparticles -- Polymeric pro-drugs -- Therapeutic Applications of pharmaceutical nanosystems -- Drug solubilisation -- Gene therapy -- Chemotherapy -- Tissue engineering -- Anti-infectives -- Vaccination -- Anti-arthritic drugs -- Imaging agents -- Commercial exploitation of pharmaceutical nanosystems -- Future perspectives -- Multiple Choice -- Problem Sets -- Case Studies -- Suggested Reading.
  • 2007From: Springer
    Engelbert Buxbaum.
    Pt. I. Protein structure. Amino acids ; Protein structure ; Purification and characterisation of proteins ; Protein sequencing -- Pt. II. Enzymes. Enzymes are biocatalysts ; Enzyme kinetics ; Haemoglobin and myoglobin: co-operativity ; Enzyme kinetics: special cases -- Pt. III. Special proteins. Prion proteins and prion diseases ; Immunoproteins ; Cell skeleton ; Motor proteins and movement ; Cell-cell interactions ; Aiding in folding: molecular chaperones and chaperonins -- Pt. IV. Membrane transport. Transport of proteins into mitochondria ; Intracellular protein transport ; Transport of solutes across membranes -- Appendix. A.1. Solutions for the exercise ; A.2. Short biographies of scientists mentioned in this book ; A.3. List of symbols ; A.4. Greek alphabet ; A.5. The genetic code ; A.6. Acronyms.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Agnes B. Fogo, author ; Arthur H. Cohen, Robert B. Colvin, J. Charles Jennette, Charles E. Alpers, co-authors.
    Fundamentals of Renal Pathology is a compact and up-to-date resource on the basics of renal pathology that will be of particular value to residents and fellows in training in renal pathology, general pathology, and nephrology, but will also serve as a handy reference for the more experienced. This second, revised and updated edition of the book offers an integrated approach based on contributions from established experts in the field. After considering normal renal anatomy and basic concepts and methods used in the assessment of renal biopsies, key diseases are discussed within the context of clinical presentations. The emphasis is on clinicopathological correlation and differential diagnosis. Topics discussed include glomerular diseases with nephrotic or nephritic syndrome presentations; systemic and vascular diseases affecting the kidney, including diseases affecting the renal transplant; tubulointerstitial diseases; and plasma cell dyscrasias and associated diseases. Well-chosen color illustrations and electron micrographs enhance and complement the text, and tables summarize the most up-to-date classifications and approaches for the various disease entities.
  • Zahra Moussavi.
  • 2013From: ClinicalKey
    Clyde A. Helms.
    Unnecessary examinations -- Benign lytic lesions -- Malignant tumors -- "Don't touch" lesions -- Trauma -- Arthritis -- Metabolic bone disease -- Miscellaneous conditions -- Magnetic resonance imaging of the knee -- Magnetic resonance imaging of the shoulder -- Lumbar spine : disc disease and stenosis -- Magnetic resonance imaging of the foot and ankle -- Miscellaneous magnetic resonance imaging.
  • 2012From: ScienceDirect
    2012From: ClinicalKey
    Richard B. Berry.
    Sleep stages and basic sleep monitoring -- Technology of sleep monitoring: differential amplifiers, digital polysomnography, and filters -- Sleep staging in adults -- Biocalibration, artifacts, and common variants of sleep -- Sleep staging in infants and children -- Sleep architecture parameters, normal sleep, and sleep loss -- Neurobiology of sleep -- Monitoring respiration: technology and techniques -- Monitoring respiration: event definitions and examples -- Sleep and respiratory physiology -- Cardiac monitoring during polysomnography -- Monitoring of limb movements and other movements during sleep -- Polysomnography, portable monitoring, and actigraphy -- Subjective and objective measures of daytime sleepiness -- Obstructive sleep apnea syndromes: definitions, epidemiology, diagnosis, and variants -- Pathophysiology of obstructive sleep apnea -- Consequences of obstructive sleep apnea and the benefits of treatment -- Obstructive sleep apnea treatment overview and medical treatments -- Positive airway pressure treatment -- Oral appliance and surgical treatment for obstructive sleep apnea -- Central sleep apnea and hypoventilation syndromes -- Sleep and obstructive lung disease -- Restless leg syndrome, periodic limb movements in sleep, and the periodic limb movement disorder -- Hypersomnias of central origin -- Insomnia -- Circadian rhythm sleep disorders (CRSD) -- Clinical EEG and nocturnal epilepsy -- Parasomnias -- Psychiatry and sleep -- Sleep and non-respiratory physiology -- Sleep and neurological disorders.
  • 2007From: Ovid
    editors in chief, Nic Butkov, Teofilo Lee-Chiong ; administrative editors, James Len Shigley, Mary Jones-Parker ; pediatric section editor, Lee J. Brooks.
  • 2012From: Ovid
    [edited by] Cynthia Mattice, Rita Brooks, Teofilo Lee-Chiong.
    Section I. Overview of sleep medicine -- Section II. Anatomy and physiology -- Section III. Sleep disorders and disorders that affect sleep -- Section IV. Patient care and assessment -- Section V. Polysomnography -- Section VI. Interventions and therapeutics -- Section VII. Ancillary procedures -- Section VIII. Pediatrics -- Section IX. Sleep center management -- Section X. Appendix.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Anthony G. Gallagher, Gerald C. O'Sullivan.
    Agents of Change -- Simulations for Procedural Training -- Human Factors in Acquiring Medical Skill; Perception and Cognition -- Human Factors in Acquiring Medical Skills; Learning and Skill Acquisition in Surgery -- Metrics for the Measurement of Skill -- Metric-Based Simulation Training -- Validation of Metrics Coupled to Simulation Training -- Metric-Based Training to Proficiency: What Is It and How Is It Done? -- Didactic Education and Training for Improved Intraoperative Performance: e-Learning Comes of Age -- Simulation Training for Improved Procedural Performance -- Simulation In and For Medicine: Where Next? -- Proficiency-Based Progression Simulation Training: A To-Do List for Medicine.
  • 2009From: Springer
    Ulrich Meyer, Thomas Meyer, Jörg Handschel, Hans Peter Wiesmann, (eds.).
  • Emily Ann Cox.
    This dissertation explores the impact of different types of investors on invention and innovation in new firms. While prior work has focused primarily on one type of investor, venture capitalists, and has investigated a few long-term outcomes such as exit events, I compare a variety of investor types and consider more immediate innovation-related goals. Drawing from agency and resource dependence theories, I develop and test hypotheses linking different investor types to invention and innovation in new firms. To do this, I construct a novel longitudinal dataset of 198 U.S.-based minimally invasive surgical device firms between 1986 and 2007. The findings indicate that investor type matters for both invention and innovation. Technology-focused investors promote invention while commercially-focused investors are more beneficial to innovation. I also find that although some investors (VCs) help innovation, other investors (the government's SBIR program) hurt it. This difference can be traced to investors' use of monitoring to tailor resources to the specific needs of new firms. These findings suggest that monitoring can be mutually beneficial to both parties as it allows investors to focus their efforts and new firms to receive needed resources at opportune times. My findings also suggest that new firms should be cautious, as there is a potential dark side to the relationships they form with investors: obtaining resources from some investors may prevent new firms from accomplishing their goals.
  • René Bonnel, Rosalía Rodriguez-García, Jill Olivier, Quentin Wodon, Sam McPherson, Kevin Orr and Julia Ross
    In the past decade the global financial assistance for AIDS responses increased tremendously and the donor community provided greater resources to community responses. Yet little is known about the global magnitude of these resources and their allocation among HIV and AIDS activities and services. To address this knowledge gap, this report pulls together evidence from several different sources (donor data bases, surveys of civil society organizations, country funding profiles) to determine, among other things, how funds are reaching civil society and community-based organizations, how these funds are being used, and the degree to which these organizations rely on other sources of funding.--Source other than Library of Congress.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Ralph W. Aye, John G. Hunter, editors.
  • 2016From: Ovid
    [edited by] Noemi Lois, MD, PhD, FRCS(Ed), FRCOphth, Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, Centre for Experimental Medicine, Institute for Clinical Sciences, Queen's University belfast, Honorary Consultant Ophthalmologist, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, John V. Forrester, MB, ChB, FRCS(E), MD(Hons), FRCS(G), FRCOphth, FRCP(G)(Hon), FMEDSci, FRSE, FSBiol, FARVO, FRANzCO, Section on Immunology and Infection, Division of Applied Medicine, School of Medicine and Dentistry, The Institute of Medical Scineces, Fosterhill, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom, Ocular Immunology Program, Centre for Ophthalmology and Visual Science, The University of Western Australia, Centre for Experimental Immunology, Lions Eye Institute, Newlands, Western Australia, Australia.
    Section I. Basic Science -- Chapter 1. Lipofuscin of the retinal pigment epithelium -- Chapter 2. Lipofuscin: the origin of the autofluorescence signal -- Chapter 3. Lipofuscin and autofluorescence in experimental animal models -- Chapter 4. Imaging techniques of fundus autofluorescence -- Chapter 5. Near-infrared fundus autofluorescence -- Chapter 6. Interpreting fundus autofluorescence -- Chapter 7. Quantifying fundus autofluorescence -- Section II. Clinical Science -- Chapter 8. The normal distribution of fundus autofluorescence -- Chapter 9. Fundus autofluorescence in age-related macular disease -- Chapter 10. Fundus autofluorescence in inherited retinal dystrophies -- Chapter 11. Fundus autofluorescence in diabetic retinopathy -- Chapter 12. Fundus autofluorescence in retinal artery occlusion -- Chapter 13. Fundus autofluorescence in retinal vein occlusion -- Chapter 14. Fundus autofluorescence in pathological myopia -- Chapter 15. Fundus autofluorescence in macular telangiectasia Type 2 -- Chapter 16. Fundus autofluorescence in cystoid macular edema -- Chapter 17. Fundus autofluorescence in posterior uveitis -- Chapter 18. Central serous chorioretinopathy -- Chapter 19. Pseudoxanthoma elasticum -- Chapter 20. Fundus autofluorescence in vitreoretinal diseases -- Chapter 21. Fundus autofluorescence in intraocular tumors -- Chapter 22. Fundus autofluorescence in toxic retinopathies.
  • 2002From: Karger
    volume editors, Michael Breitenbach, Reto Crameri, Samuel B. Lehrer.
    Also available: Print – 2002
  • 2012From: Springer
    volume editor: Bertold Hock.
    This new edition of Fungal Associations focuses on mycorrhizas, lichens and fungal-bacterial symbioses. It has been completely revised, updated and expanded. Renowned experts present thorough reviews and discuss the most recent findings on molecular interactions between fungi and plants or bacteria that lead to morphological alterations and novel properties in the symbionts. New insights into the beneficial impact of fungal associations on ecosystem health are provided and documented with striking examples.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Christine Imbert, editor.
    Aspergillus biofilms in human disease -- Candida albicans in multispecies oral communities: a keystone commensal? -- The extracellular matrix of fungal biofilms -- Fungal biofilms: update on resistance -- Fungi, water supply and biofilms -- Diagnostic of fungal infections related to biofilms -- Disinfectants to fight oral Candida biofilms -- Updates on therapeutic strategies against Candida (and Aspergillus) biofilm related infections -- Natural sources as innovative solutions against fungal biofilms -- Index.
    Also available: Print – 2016
  • 2013From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Louise O'Connor and Barry Glynn.
    Overview of invasive fungal infections / Nina L. Tuite and Katrina Lacey -- Fungal diagnostics : review of commercially available methods / Javier Yugueros Marcos and David H. Pincus -- Rapid methods for the extraction and archiving of molecular grade fungal genomic DNA / Andrew M. Borman, Michael Palmer, and Elizabeth M. Johnson -- APEX DNA microarray for the identification of pathogenic fungi / Arianna Tavanti, Stefano Landi, and Sonia Senesi -- Microscopic detection of yeasts using fluorescence in situ hybridization / João Inácio and Maria da Luz Martins -- Quantitative detection of Aspergillus spp. by real-time nucleic acid sequence-based amplification / Yanan Zhao and David S. Perlin -- Differentiation of fungi using hybridization probes on the LightCycler® / Stephan Fricke [and others] -- Quantitative and multiplex detection of pathogenic fungi using padlock probes, generic qPCR, and suspension array readout / Magnus Jobs, Ronnie Eriksson, and Jonas Blomberg -- Species-specific identification of a wide range of clinically relevant fungal pathogens by the Luminex® xMAP technology / S. Preuner and T. Lion -- Applied gene histopathology : identification of Fusarium species in FFPE tissue sections by in situ hybridization / Yoichiro Okubo [and others] -- Application of chip-based flow cytometry for amphotericin B and fluconazole susceptibility testing on Candida strains / Orsolya Bouquet [and others] -- Surface plasmon resonance genosensor for the detection of Fusarium culmorum / Michelangelo Pascale, Francesco Zezza, and Giancarlo Perrone -- Hyperbranching rolling circle amplification, an improved protocol for discriminating between closely related fungal species / Jiufeng Sun and Sybren de Hoog -- Loop-mediated isothermal amplification-based detection of Fusarium graminearum / Ludwig Niessen -- Multiplex-tandem PCR for fungal diagnostics / Anna Lau, Keith Stanley, and Tania Sorrell -- Specific detection of Pneumocystis jirovecii in clinical samples by flow cytometry / Joana Barbosa [and others].
  • 2006From: Springer
    edited by A.J. Brown, K. Esser.
  • 2011From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Jin-Rong Xu, Burton H. Bluhm.
    Genome sequencing and assembly / Manfred G. Grabherr, Evan Mauceli, and Li-Jun Ma -- Targeted cloning of fungal telomeres / Mark L. Farman -- Identification and annotation of repetitive sequences in fungal genomes / Braham Dhillon and Stephen B. Goodwin -- Next-generation sequencing and potential applications in fungal genomics / Phillip SanMiguel -- Getting the most out of your fungal microarray data : two cost- and time-effective methods / Sandra M. Mathioni [and others] -- Fusarium graminearum from expression analysis to functional assays / Heather E. Hallen-Adams, Brad L. Cavinder, and Frances Trail -- EST analysis pipeline : use of distributed computing resources / Francisco Javier González and Juan Antonio Vizcaíno -- Application of ChIP-chip analysis in the rice blast pathogen / Soonok Kim and Thomas K. Mitchell -- Proteome studies of filamentous fungi / Scott E. Baker and Ellen A. Panisko -- Bioinformatics pipeline for sequence-based analyses of fungal biodiversity / D. Lee Taylor and Shawn Houston -- Identifying protein complexes by affinity purification and mass spectrometry analysis in the rice blast fungus / Wende Liu [and others] -- Large scale identification of genes involved in plant-fungal interactions using Illumina's sequencing-by-synthesis technology / R.C. Venu [and others] -- High-throughput production of gene replacement mutants in Neurospora crassa / Gyungsoon Park [and others] -- Phenotypic analysis of Neurospora crassa gene deletion strains / Gloria E. Turner -- Efficient approaches for generating GFP fusion and epitope-tagging constructs in filamentous fungi / Xiaoying Zhou, Guotian Li, and Jin-Rong Xu -- Large-scale insertional mutagenesis in Magnaporthe oryzae by Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated transformation / Xiao-Lin Chen, Jun Yang, and You-Liang Peng -- Molecular methods for studying the Cryphonectria parasitica -- hypovirus experimental system / Angus L. Dawe [and others] -- Metabolic fingerprinting in Fusarium verticillioides to determine gene function / Jonathon E. Smith and Burton H. Bluhm -- Tapping genomics to unravel ectomycorrhizal symbiosis / Jonathan M. Plett [and others].
  • 2005From: Springer
    edited by Paul L. Fidel, Jr., Gary B. Huffnagle.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2012From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Nancy P. Keller, Geoffrey Turner.
    Library preparation and data analysis packages for rapid genome sequencing -- Bioinformatics approaches and software for detection of secondary metabolic gene clusters -- Media and growth conditions for induction of secondary metabolite production -- Manipulating filamentous fungus chemical phenotypes by growth on nutritional arrays -- The "FERMEX" Method for metabolite-enriched fungal extracts -- The chemical identification and analysis of aspergillus nidulans secondary metabolites -- Detection and purification of non-ribosomal peptide synthetase products in Neosartorya fischeri -- Production, detection, and purification of clavine-type ergot alkaloids -- Analysis of volatile compounds emitted by filamentous fungi using solid-phase microextraction-gas chromatography/mass spectrometry -- Tools for manipulation of secondary metabolism pathways: Rapid promoter replacements and gene deletions in Aspergillus nidulans -- Fast and easy method for construction of plasmid vectors using modified quick-change mutagenesis -- Reconstitution of a secondary metabolite biosynthetic pathway in a heterologous fungal host -- Multi-copy genetic screen in Aspergillus nidulans -- Identification of protein complexes from filamentous fungi with tandem affinity purification -- Correlating secondary metabolite production with genetic changes using differential analysis of 2d NMR spectra -- Chromatin immunoprecipitation analysis in filamentous fungi -- Targeted proteomics for metabolic pathway optimization -- Investigation of in vivo protein interactions in Aspergillus spores -- Purification of a vesicle-vacuole (v) fraction from Aspergillus -- Use of the hollow fiber assay for the discovery of novel anticancer agents from fungi -- Molecular analysis of fungal gene expression upon interkingdom competition with insects.
  • 2015From: Wiley
    edited by Peter J.H. Scott.
  • 2013From: Wiley
    edited by Stefan R. Schmidt.
    pt. 1. Introduction -- pt. 2. The triple t paradigm : time, toxin, targeting -- pt. 3. Beyond the triple t-paradigm.
  • PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    pt. 1. Problems of organizing his training.
  • edited by Anup Malani & Michael H. Schill.
    In the years since the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA, or colloquially Obamacare), most of the discussion about it has been political. But as the politics fade and the law's many complex provisions take effect, a much more interesting question begins to emerge: How will the law affect the American healthcare regime in the coming years and decades? This book brings together fourteen leading scholars from the fields of law, economics, medicine, and public health to answer that question. Taking discipline-specific views, they offer their analyses and predictions for the future of healthcare reform. By turns thought-provoking, counterintuitive, and even contentious, the essays together cover the landscape of positions on the PPACA's prospects. Some see efficiency growth and moderating prices; others fear a strangling bureaucracy and spiraling costs. The result is a deeply informed, richly substantive discussion that will trouble settled positions and lay the groundwork for analysis and assessment as the law's effects become clear. -- from dust jacket.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Bruce E. Torbett, David S. Goodsell, Douglas D. Richman, editors.
    This volume thoroughly covers HIV-1 antiretrovirals currently in clinical use, together with their advantages and limitations. HIV-1 inhibitor resistance is discussed in detail, and critical assessments as to what will be required of future antiretrovirals in order to halt viral replication, reduce viral resistance, and alter the state of viral latency are presented. Experts at the forefront of HIV-1 research provide overviews of approaches from the fields of virology, chemical biology and structural biology for obtaining small molecule inhibitors that target viral regulatory and structural components at multiple points in the viral lifecycle.
  • 2006From: Springer
    edited by Vladimir Burdyuzha.
  • Smith, Brian D.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2011From: Springer
    Catherine Mills.
    Issues in reproductive ethics, such as the capacity of parents to choose children, present challenges to philosophical ideas of freedom, responsibility and harm. This book responds to these challenges by proposing a new framework for thinking about the ethics of reproduction that emphasizes the ways that social norms affect decisions about who is born. The book provides clear and thorough discussions of some of the dominant problems in reproductive ethics - human enhancement and the notion of the normal, reproductive liberty and procreative beneficence, the principle of harm and discrimination against disability - while also proposing new ways of addressing these. The author draws upon the work of Michel Foucault, especially his discussions of biopolitics and norms, and later work on ethics, alongside feminist theorists of embodiment to argue for a new bioethics that is responsive to social norms, human vulnerability and the relational context of freedom and responsibility. This is done through compelling discussions of new technologies and practices, including the debate on liberal eugenics and human enhancement, the deliberate selection of disabilities, PGD and obstetric ultrasound.
  • 2007From: Springer
    Rudolf Seising.
  • 2012From: Springer
    edited by Monika Fuxreiter, Peter Tompa.
    Fuzzy complexes : a more stochastic view of protein function / Monika Fuxreiter and Peter Tompa -- Dynamic fuzziness during linker histone action / Steven J. McBryant and Jeffrey C. Hansen -- Intrinsic protein flexibility in regulation of cell proliferation : advantages for signaling and opportunities for novel therapeutics / Ariele Viacava Follis, Charles A. Galea, and Richard W. Kriwacki -- Interplay between protein order, disorder and oligomericity in receptor signaling / Alexander B. Sigalov -- Consequences of fuzziness in the NFB/IB interaction / Elizabeth A. Komives -- Roles for intrinsic disorder and ̂fuzziness in generating context specific function in ultrabithorax : a hox transcription factor / Sarah E. Bondos and Hao Ching Hsiao -- Molecular recognition by the EWS transcriptional activation domain / Kevin A.W. Lee -- The measles virus NTAILXD complex : an illustrative example of fuzziness / Sonia Longhi -- Fuzziness in the core of the human pathogenic viruses HCV and HIV / Roland Ivanyi Nagy and Jean Luc Darlix -- Structural disorder and protein elasticity / Sarah Rauscher and Røgis Pomès -- "Fuzziness" in the cellular interactome: a historical perspective / G. Rickey Welch.
    Also available: Print – 2012
  • 2007From: Springer
    Elisabeth Rakus-Andersson.

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