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  • v. 1, 1884.
    taʾlīf Jūrj Būst.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Lists and classifies the plants of Syria, Palestine, and Egypt.
  • 2006 Springer
    edited by John R. Moffett, Suzannah B. Tieman, Daniel R. Weinberger...[et al.]
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • 2006
    edited by John F. Keane, James E. Lock, Donald C. Fyler.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    The NADAS years at children's hospital -- Cardiology at children's hospital Boston: today and into the future -- Embryology -- Morphologic anatomy -- Segmental approach to diagnosis -- Dysmorphology and genetics -- Fetal and transitional circulation -- Congestive heart failure -- Hypoxemia -- Central nervous system sequelae of congenital heart disease -- Pulmonary hypertension -- History, growth, nutrition, physical examination, and routine laboratory tests -- Electrocardiography and introduction to electrophysiologic techniques -- Imaging techniques: echocardiography, magnetic resonance imaging, and computerized tomography -- Cardiac catheterization -- Assessment of ventricular and myocardial performance -- Exercise testing -- Sedation and anesthesia in cardiac procedures -- Intensive care unit -- Methodological issues for database development: trends -- Methodological issues in clinical research -- Contemporary pediatric cardiovascular nursing -- Innocent murmurs, syncope, and chest pain -- Preventive heart disease: dyslipidemia and hypertension (systemic) -- Rheumatic fever -- Kawasaki disease -- Cardiomyopathies -- Pericardial diseases -- Infective endocarditis -- Cardiac arrhythmias -- Ventricular septal defect -- Pulmonary stenosis -- Tetralogy of fallot -- Aortic outflow abnormalities -- Atrial septal defect -- Patient ductus arteriosus -- Coarctation of the aorta -- D-transposition of the great arteries -- Endocardial cushion defects -- Cardiac malpositions and the heterotaxy syndromes -- Mitral valve and left atrial lesions -- Hypoplastic left heart syndrome, mitral atresia, and aortic atresia -- Pulmonary atresia and intact ventricular septum -- Double-outlet right ventricle -- Single ventricle -- Tricuspid atresia -- Tricuspid valve problems -- Truncus arteriosus -- Total anomalous pulmonary venous return -- Aortopulmonary window -- Origin of a pulmonary artery from the aorta (hemitruncus) -- "Corrected" transposition of the great arteries -- Vascular fistulae -- Coronary artery anomalies -- Vascular rings and slings -- Cardiac tumors -- Adult congenital heart disease -- Neonatal and infant cardiac surgery -- Surgical management of the patient with the univentricular heart -- Minimally invasive and robotically assisted cardiovascular surgery, and extracorporeal membrane oxygenation -- Current and future cardiovascular organ and tissue replacement therapies -- Cardiac excitability and heritable arrhythmias.
  • 2014 Springer
    Bianca Maria Piraccini.
    "This book is designed to meet the need for a concise, easy-to-read text on how to approach and manage patients with nail diseases. The book opens with a description of nail anatomy and physiology, followed by a review of nail symptoms, divided according to the part of the nail apparatus involved. Non-invasive and invasive tools for the diagnosis of nail disorders are then described and insights provided into their appropriate use. Subsequent chapters review the various nail diseases, covering inflammatory, infective, environmentally and auto- induced, drug-induced and neoplastic conditions as well as disorders due to systemic diseases. An additional chapter addresses nail conditions commonly seen in toenails. Informative high-quality illustrations are included for each disorder and boxes helpfully summarize the most important features, clues to diagnosis, necessary examinations, and treatments. Nail Disorders: A Practical Guide to Diagnosis and Management will be an invaluable, ready source of information for students in dermatology, clinical practitioners and podiatrists."--Publisher's website.
  • 2014 Springer
    Dimitris Rigopoulos, Antonella Tosti, editors.
    Nail psoriasis is very common and causes considerable morbidity to patients. With the aid of informative illustrations, this book presents the clinical signs suggestive of nail psoriasis and describes the differential diagnosis of nail abnormalities. Newer methods of diagnosis are considered, and advice is provided on the use of severity evaluation indexes. The available treatments are extensively discussed, with information on the latest options. Selection of the appropriate treatment may be a challenge, so guidance is provided on all factors that should be taken into consideration and on choice of treatment for special categories of patient, such as children and pregnant women. Contributors have been selected from across the world, offering an international perspective on the condition. Nail Psoriasis will be an invaluable up-to-date source of information for dermatologists and will also be of interest to rheumatologists and general practitioners, given that recognition of nail signs can lead to earlier diagnosis of arthropathic disease.
  • 2010 CRCnetBASE
    editors, Kamilla Lein Kjølberg, Fern Wickson.
    "This book explores the enormous diversity in social perspectives on the emergence of nanoscale sciences and technologies. It points to four nodes of interest where nano meets macro: in the making, in the public eye, in the big questions, and in the tough decisions. Each node draws attention to important lines of research and pertinent issues. The book is designed for interdisciplinary teaching, but the richness of issues and perspectives makes it of interest to all researchers, practitioners, and non-academics wanting an introduction to social perspectives on nanoscale sciences and technologies."
  • Wiley
    edited by Christof M. Niemeyer and Chad A. Mirkin.
    [v. 1]. Concepts, applications, and perspectives -- 1 . Biocompatible inorganic devices / Thomas Sawitowski -- 2. Microfluidics meets nano : lab-on-a-chip devices and their potential for nanobiotechnology / Holger Bartos, Friedrich Götz, and Ralf-Peter Peters -- 3. Microcontact printing of proteins / Emmanuel Delamarche -- 4. Cell-nanostructure interactions / Joachim P. Spatz -- 5. Defined networks of neuronal cells in vitro / Andreas Offenhäusser and Angela K. Vogt -- 6. S-Layers / Uwe B. Sleytr ... [et al.] -- 7. Engineered nanopores / Hagan Bayley ... [et al.] -- 8. Genetic approaches to programmed assembly / Stanley Brown -- 9. Microbial nanoparticle production / Murali Sastry ... [et al.] -- 10. Magnetosomes : nanoscale magnetic iron minerals in bacteria / Richard B. Frankel and Dennis A. Bazylinski -- 11. Bacteriorhodopsin and its potential in technical applications / Norbert Hampp and Dieter Oesterhelt -- 12. Polymer Nanocontainers / Alexandra Graff ... [et al.] -- 13. Biomolecular motors operating in engineered environments / Stefan Diez, Jonne H. Helenius, and Jonathon Howard -- 14. Nanoparticle-biomaterial hybrid systems for bioelectronic devices and circuitry / Eugenii Katz and Itamar Willner -- 15. DNA-protein nanostructures / Christof M. Neimeyer -- 16. DNA-templated electronics / Erez Braun and Uri Sivan -- 17. Biomimetic fabrication of DNA-based metallic nanowires and networks / Michael Mertig and Wolfgang Pompe -- 18. Mineralization in nanostructured biocompartments : biomimetic ferritins for high-density data storage / Eric L. Mayes and Stephen Mann -- 19. DNA-gold nanoparticle conjugates / C. Shad Thaxton and Chad A. Mirkin -- 20. DNA nanostructures for mechanics and computing : nonlinear thinking with life's central molecule / Nadrian C. Seeman -- 21. Nanoparticles as non-viral transfection agents / M.N.V. Ravi Kumar, Udo Bakowsky, and Claus-Michael Lehr -- 22. Luminescent quantum dots for biological labeling / Xiaohu Gao and Shuming Nie -- 23. Nanoparticle molecular labels / James F. Hainfeld, Richard D. Powell, and Gerhard W. Hacker -- 24. Surface biology : analysis of biomolecular structure by atomic force microscopy and molecular pulling / Emin Oroudjev, Signe Danielsen and Helen G. Hansma -- 25. Force spectroscopy / Markus Seitz -- 26. Biofunctionalized nanoparticles for surface-enhanced raman scattering and surface plasmon resonance / Mahnaz El-Kouedi and Christine D. Keating -- 27. Bioconjugated silica nanoparticles for bioanalytical applications / Timothy J. Drake, Xiaojun Julia Zhao, and Weihong Tan. -- v. 2. More concepts and applications -- Part I. Self-Assembly and Nanoparticles: Novel Principles -- ch. 1. Self-Assembled Artificial Transmembrane Ion Channels / Mary S. Gin, Emily G. Schmidt and Pinaki Talukdar, p. 1-15 -- ch. 2. Self-Assembling Nanostructures from Coiled-Coil Peptides / Maxim G. Ryadnov and Derek N. Woolfson, p. 17-38 -- ch. 3. Synthesis and Assembly of Nanoparticles and Nanostructures Using Bio-Derived Templates / Erik Dujardin and Stephen Mann, p. 39-63 -- ch. 4. Proteins and Nanoparticles: Covalent and Noncovalent Conjugates / Rochelle R. Arvizo, Mrinmoy De and Vincent M. Rotello, p. 65-78 -- ch. 5. Self-Assembling DNA Nanostructures for Patterned Molecular Assembly / Thomas H. LaBean, Kurt V. Gothelf and John H. Reif, p. 79-97 -- ch. 6. Biocatalytic Growth of Nanoparticles for Sensors and Circuitry / Ronan Baron, Bilha Willner and Itamar Willner, p. 99-121 -- Part II. Nanostructures for Analytics -- ch. 7. Nanoparticles for Electrochemical Bioassays / Joseph Wang, p. 123-140 -- ch. 8. Luminescent Semiconductor Quantum Dots in Biology / Thomas Pons, Aaron R. Clapp, Igor L. Medintz and Hedi Mattoussi, p. 141-157 -- ch. 9. Nanoscale Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance Biosensors / Katherine A. Willets, W. Paige Hall, Leif J. Sherry, Xiaoyu Zhang, Jing Zhao and Richard P. Van Duyne, p. 159-173 -- ch. 10. Cantilever Array Sensors for Bioanalysis and Diagnostics / Hans Peter Lang, Martin Hegner and Christoph Gerber, p. 175-195 -- ch. 11. Shear-Force-Controlled Scanning Ion Conductance Microscopy / Tilman E. Schäffer, Boris Anczykowski, Matthias Böcker and Harald Fuchs, p. 197-212 -- ch. 12. Label-Free Nanowire and Nanotube Biomolecular Sensors for In-Vitro Diagnosis of Cancer and other Diseases / James R. Heath, p. 213-232 -- ch. 13. Bionanoarrays / Rafael A. Vega, Khalid Salaita, Joseph J. Kakkassery and Chad A. Mirkin, p. 233-259 -- Part III. Nanostructures for Medicinal Applications --. ch. 14. Biological Barriers to Nanocarrier-Mediated Delivery of Therapeutic and Imaging Agents, p. 261-284 / Rudy Juliano -- ch. 15. Organic Nanoparticles: Adapting Emerging Techniques from the Electronics Industry for the Generation of Shape-Specific, Functionalized Carriers for Applications in Nanomedicine / Larken E. Euliss, Julie A. DuPont and Joseph M. DeSimone, p. 285-303 -- ch. 16. Poly(amidoamine Dendrimer-Based Multifunctional Nanoparticles / Thommey P. Thomas, Rameshwer Shukla, Istvan J. Majoros, Andrzej Myc and James R. Baker, p. 305-319 -- ch. 17. Nanoparticle Contrast Agents for Molecular Magnetic Resonance Imaging / Young-Wook Jun, Jae-Hyun Lee and Jinwoo Cheon, p. 321-346 -- ch. 18. Micro- and Nanoscale Control of Cellular Environment for Tissue Engineering / Ali Khademhosseini, Yibo Ling, Jeffrey M. Karp and Robert Langer, p. 347-364 -- ch. 19. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Targeted Perfluorocarbon Nanoparticles / Patrick M. Winter, Shelton D. Caruthers, Gregory M. Lanza and Samuel A. Wickline, p. 365-380 -- Part IV. Nanomotors -- ch. 20. Biological Nanomotors / Manfred Schliwa, p. 381-399 -- ch. 21. Biologically Inspired Hybrid Nanodevices / David Wendell, Eric Dy, Jordan Patti and Carlo D. Montemagno, p. 401-418.
  • 2012 Springer
    Eran Zahavy ... [et al.], editors.
    Biomolecule/nanomaterial hybrid systems for nanobiotechnology -- Superresolution optical fluctuation imaging (SOFI) -- Application of nanoparticles for the detection and sorting of pathogenic bacteria by flow-cytometry -- Advancing nanostructured porous si-based optical transducers for label free bacteria detection -- Gold fibers as a platform for biosensing -- Surface-enhanced raman spectroscopy of organic molecules adsorbed on metallic nanoparticles -- Quantum dots and fluorescent protein FRET-based biosensors -- Semiconductor quantum dots as FRET acceptors for multiplexed diagnostics and molecular ruler application -- Assembly and microscopic characterization of DNA origami structures -- DNA nanotechnology -- Role of carbohydrate receptors in the macrophage uptake of dextran-coated iron oxide nanoparticles -- Toxicity of gold nanoparticles on somatic and reproductive cells -- Ultrasound activated nano-encapsulated targeted drug delivery and tumour cell poration -- Ultrasound mediated localized drug delivery -- Sonochemical proteinaceous microspheres for wound healing -- Alendronate liposomes for antitumor therapy: activation of [gamma] [delta] T cells and inhibition of tumor growth.
    Also available: Print – 2012
  • 2013 Springer Protocols
    edited by Sandra J. Rosenthal and David W. Wright.
    High-aspect-ratio gold nanorods : their synthesis and application to image cell-induced strain fields in collagen films / Davin J. Chernak ... [et al.] -- Imaging intracellular quantum dots : fluorescence microscopy and transmission electron microscopy / Craig J. Szymanski ... [et al.] -- Imaging of cell populations in atherosclerosis using quantum dot nanocrystals / Joshua R. Trantum and Ashwath Jayagopal -- Imaging of endothelial progenitor cell subpopulations in angiogenesis using quantum dot nanocrystals / Joshua M. Barnett, John S. Penn, and Ashwath Jayagopal -- Imaging single synaptic vesicles in mammalian central synapses with quantum dots / Qi Zhang -- Quantum dot-based single-molecule microscopy for the study of protein dynamics / Jerry C. Chang and Sandra J. Rosenthal -- Three-dimensional molecular imaging with photothermal optical coherence tomography / Melissa C. Skala ... [et al.] -- Detecting respiratory syncytial virus using nanoparticle-amplified immuno-PCR / Jonas W. Perez ... [et al.] -- Gold nanoparticle-oligonucleotide conjugates for the profiling of malignant melanoma phenotypes / John W. Stone ... [et al.] -- Methods for isolating RNA sequences capable of binding to or mediating the formation of inorganic materials / Carly Jo Carter, Alina Owczarek, and Daniel L. Feldheim -- Single-walled carbon nanotube-mediated small interfering RNA delivery for gastrin-releasing peptide receptor silencing in human neuroblastoma / Jingbo Qiao ... [et al.] -- Amino acid mediated linear assembly of au nanomaterials / Manish Sethi and Marc R. Knecht -- Enzyme-gold nanoparticle bioconjugates : quantification of particle stoichiometry and enzyme specific activity / Jacqueline D. Keighron and Christine D. Keating -- In vivo testing for gold nanoparticle toxicity / Carrie A. Simpson, Brian J. Huffman, and David E. Cliffel -- Methods for studying toxicity of silica-based nanomaterials to Living Cells / Yang Zhao ... [et al.].
  • 2011
    Kosar Baghbani Parizi.
    Biosensors are used for detecting biological molecules such as proteins and nucleic acids. Traditional techniques, such as Enzyme-linked Immuno-sorbent Assay (ELISA) are sensitive but require several hours to yield results and usually require attaching a fluorophore molecule to the target molecule. The creation of label-free, fast, more accurate and integrated detection devices is imperative and we are increasingly looking to the nano-world for such technology. Micro-machined biosensors that employ electrical detection are now being developed. Impedance biosensor is a class of electrical biosensors that shows promise for point-of-care and other applications due to low cost, ease of miniaturization and label-free operation. Critically important component of any bio-detection system is the core biosensor device. Here we have designed, developed, tested and optimized a nano-biosensor that is configured and fabricated using silicon process technology. Electrical nano-sensors rely on label free detection of biochemical reactions in real time. These electrical sensors can measure impedance change as an electrical 'signature' of the nucleic acid or proteins interactions via a number of different mechanisms that are determined by their specific design and geometry. These nano-sensor designs will lead to an improvement in sensitivity by increasing the signal to noise ratio which results in more accurate readings through a reduction of spurious signal generation. We have developed a nano-bridge biosensor with a depletion-mode silicon 'nano-resistor' for the detection of DNA and protein at very low concentrations. In order to achieve higher sensitivity the sensing surface area is significantly increased as well as doping profile of impurities in silicon nano-resistor is optimized.. In contrast to a conventional Si enhancement mode MOSFET, this device behaves similar to depletion mode MOSFET, thereby it is always in the "ON" state, and no threshold voltage is needed to turn it into the active sensing mode. In addition signal calibration is not required due to a linear I-Vg characteristic at low Vg. The nano-bridge design has been optimized for maximal [Delta]I/I. The linearity of the response shows that the design will allow measurement of charge induced changes over a wide range with no threshold and high signal to noise ratios. To increase sensing throughput we will flow the solution containing the target molecules over an array of such sensing structures each of which has its own integrated readout circuitry that will offer 'real-time' detection (i.e. several minutes) of un-labeled molecules without sacrificing sensitivity. These electrical nano-biosensors are much more suited for the development of affordable bio-detection platforms, because they do not require expensive labeling reagents, rely on fabrication processes well established in the semiconductor IC industry, do not need bulky, expensive optical readout systems, and more importantly, can generate data on real time. One of the most important issues in the design of these sensor devices is to achieve high signal to noise ratio in order to make them amenable to sensitive detection of biological events, molecular interactions or chemical reactions. In order to improve the sensitivity and signal to noise ratio and to address the need for high density array construction we have designed and partially tested a nano-scale sensor with spatial structure, type and signal detection principles. The nano-bridge sensor is a double-gated depletion-mode semiconductor nano-resistive sensor. The structure and fabrication of these sensors will lead to improved sensitivity and greater accuracy of DNA hybridization detection up to 10 fM.
  • 2006 Springer
    edited by M. Reza Mozafari.
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • 2014 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Bhanu P. Jena and Douglas J. Taatjes.
    Porosomes--the universal secretory portals in cells: a brief essay / Bhanu P. Jena -- The hair cell porosome: molecular and synaptic implications / Dennis G. Drescher -- The neuronal porosome complex in mammalian brain: a study using electron microscopy / Mzia G. Zhvania, Nadezhda J. Japaridze, Mariam G. Qsovreli, Vera G. Okuneva, Arkadi G. Surmava, and Tamar G. Lordkipanidze -- Granule size distribution suggests mechanism: the case for granule growth and elimination as a fusion nano-machine / Ilan Hammel and Isaac Meilijson -- Probing protein assembly, biomineralization, and biomolecular interactions by atomic force microscopy / Kang Rae Cho and James J. De Yoreo -- High-resolution imaging of amylin aggregation and internalization in pancreatic cells: implications in health and disease / Saurabh Trikha, Sanghamitra Singh, and Aleksandar M. Jeremic -- Repair of Nanodefects in a two-dimensional crystal anticoagulant shield in the antiphospholipid syndrome: novel molecular strategies assessed by atomic force microscopy / Douglas J. Taatjes, Anthony S. Quinn, Xiao-Xuan Wu, Han-Mou Tsai, and Jacob H. Rand -- A novel approach to study molecular evolution: detection of ancestral conformation hidden in present-day proteins using antibody as nanostructure probes / Jian-Ping Jin -- mRNA nanomachines and stress reprogramming following brain ischemia / Donald J. DeGracia, Jill T. Jamison, Manupreet Chawla, Monique K. Lewis, Michelle Smith, and Jeffery J. Szymanski -- Physical properties and biomedical applications of superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles / Gavin Lawes, Ratna Naik, and Prem Vaishnava -- Atomic force microscopy imaging of DNA delivery nanosystems / Yi Zou, David Oupicky, and Guangzhao Mao -- Impedance spectroscopy for characterization of biological function / Brian C. Riggs, Janet L. Paluh, G.E. Plopper, and Douglas B. Chrisey.
  • 2012 Cambridge
    editors, S. Svenson, P. Grodzinski, S. Manalis, X-J. Liang, W. Lin.
    Synthesis of Gold Nanoparticles Coated with pH-Responsive Polymers and Evaluation of the Cellular Uptake. -- Demonstration of biocompatibility of single walled carbon nanotubes with blood leukocytes. -- "Design of Poly(ethylene glycol)-Polycaprolactone Diblock Micelles with RGD Targeting Ligands and Embedded Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Thermally-activated Release". -- Stable Colloids of Paclitaxel Nanoparticles Coated with PEGylated Polyelectrolyte Shells. -- Composite nanosilver structures suitable for plasmonic biosensors. -- Microemulsion Synthesis of Iron Core/Iron Oxide Shell Magnetic Nanoparticles and Their Physicochemical Properties. -- Near Infrared Tunable Gold Nanoparticles for Low Power Laser Ablation of Esophageal Adenocarcinoma. -- Rapid Diagnosis of E. Coli using Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistor Direct Binding Assay. -- Biocompatible Hybrid Plasmonic-Magnetic Nanoparticles for Bioimaging. -- Cytotoxic and Anti-cancer Effects of Nickel Nanowires against Pancreatic Cancer Cells. -- Breast Adenocarcinoma Cell Functions on Nanopatterned PLGA Surfaces. -- Surface Engineered Porous Silicon-based Nanostructures for Cancer Therapy.
  • 2013 Springer Protocols
    edited by Alioscka A. Sousa, Michael J. Kruhlak.
    Introduction : nanoimaging techniques in biology / Alioscka A. Sousa and Michael J. Kruhlak -- Live-cell imaging of vesicle trafficking and divalent metal ions by total internal reflection fluorescence (TIRF) microscopy / Merewyn K. Loder, Takashi Tsuboi, and Guy A. Rutter -- 4Pi microscopy / Roman Schmidt, Johann Engelhardt, and Marion Lang -- Fluorescence in situ hybridization applications for super-resolution 3D structured illumination microscopy / Yolanda Markaki [and others] -- Two-color STED imaging of synapses in living brain slices / Jan Tonnesen and U. Valentin Nagerl -- Super-resolution imaging by localization microscopy / Dylan M. Owen [and others] -- High-content super-resolution imaging of live cell by uPAINT / Gregory Giannone [and others] -- Super-resolution fluorescence imaging with blink microscopy / Christian Steinhauer, Michelle S. Itano, and Philip Tinnefeld -- Photoswitchable fluorophores for single-molecule localization microscopy / Kieran Finan, Benjamin Flottmann, and Mike Heilemann -- Single-molecule tracking of mRNA in living cells / Mai Yamagishi, Yoshitaka Shirasaki, and Takashi Funatsu -- Semiautomatic, high-throughput, high-resolution protocol for three-dimensional reconstruction of single particles in electron microscopy / Carlos Oscar Sorzano [and others] -- Mass mapping of amyloid fibrils in the electron microscope using STEM imaging / Alioscka A. Sousa and Richard D. Leapman -- Elemental mapping by electron energy loss spectroscopy in biology / Maria A. Aronova and Richard D. Leapman -- Cellular nanoimaging by cryo electron tomography / Roman I. Koning and Abraham J. Koster -- Large-volume reconstruction of brain tissue from high-resolution serial section images acquired by SEM-based scanning transmission electron microscopy / Masaaki Kuwajima, John M. Mendenhall, and Kristen M. Harris -- 3D imaging of cells and tissues by focused ion beam/ scanning electron microscopy (FIB/SEM) / Damjana Drobne -- Preparation of gold nanocluster bioconjugates for electron microscopy / Christine L. Heinecke and Christopher J. Ackerson -- Atomic force microscopy imaging of macromolecular complexes / Sergio Santos, Daniel Billingsley, and Neil Thomson -- Imaging of transmembrane proteins directly incorporated within supported lipid bilayers using atomic force microscopy / Daniel Levy and Pierre-Emmanuel Milhiet -- Functional AFM imaging of cellular membranes using functionalized tips / Lilia A. Chtcheglova and Peter Hinterdorfer -- Near-field scanning optical microscopy for high-resolution membrane studies / Heath A. Huckabay [and others] -- Correlative fluorescence and EFTEM imaging of the organized components of the mammalian nucleus / Michael J. Kruhlak -- High data output method for 3-D correlative light-electron microscopy using ultrathin cryosections / Katia Cortese [and others] -- Correlative optical and scanning probe microscopies for mapping interactions at membranes / Christopher M. Yip -- Nanoimaging cells using soft x-ray tomography / Dilworth Y. Parkinson [and others] -- Secondary ion mass spectrometry imaging of biological membranes at high spatial resolution / Haley A. Klitzing, Peter K. Weber, and Mary L. Kraft.
  • 2014 Springer
    David G. Capco, Yongsheng Chen, editors.
    Presence in, and release of, nanomaterials from consumer products / Yu Yang and Paul Westerhoff -- Nanoparticle aggregation: principles and modeling / Wen Zhang -- Influences of nanomaterials on the barrier function of epithelial cells / Shariq Ali and Erik Rytting -- Engineered nanoparticles induced brush border disruption in a human model of the intestinal epithelium / James J. Faust, Benjamin M. Masserano, Adam H. Mielke, Anup Abraham, and David G. Capco -- Nanoparticles: cellular uptake and cytotoxicity / Isaac M. Adjei, Blanka Sharma and Vinod Labhasetwar -- Atomic force microscopy study of the interaction of DNA and nanoparticles / Kungang LI, Songyan Du, Steven Van Ginkel, and Yongsheng Chen -- Intracellular signal modulation by nanomaterials / Salik Hussain, Stavros Garantziotis, Fernando Rodrigues-Lima, Jean-Marie Dupret, Armelle Baeza-Squiban, Sonja Boland -- Nanomaterials: impacts on cells and cell organelles / Željka Krpetić, Sergio Anguissola, David Garry, Philip Kelly and Kenneth A. Dawson -- Design, synthesis, and functionalization of nanoparticles for therapeutic drug delivery / Taraka Sai Pavan Grandhi and Kaushal Rege -- Preparation of nanoscale pulmonary drug delivery formulations by spray drying / Adam Bohr, Christian A. Ruge, and Moritz Beck-Broichsitter -- Nanomedicine: the promise and challenges in cancer chemotherapy / Youssef W. Naguib and Zhengrong Cui -- Transgenerational effects of NMs / Anna Poma, Sabrina Colafarina, Gabriella Fontecchio, and Giuseppe Chichiricco -- Stem cells and nanomaterials / Maria-Claude Hofmann.
    Also available: Print – 2014
  • 2013 Springer Protocols
    edited by Paolo Bergese, Kimberly Hamad-Schifferli.
    Preparation of 2 nm gold nanoparticles for in vitro and in vivo applications / Daniel F. Moyano, Bradley Duncan, and Vincent M. Rotello -- DNA conjugation to nanoparticles / Sunho Park -- Conjugation of nanoparticles to proteins / Marie-Eve Aubin-Tam -- Water-solubilization and functionalization of semiconductor quantum dots / Christina M. Tyrakowski, Adela Isovic, and Preston T. Snee -- Synthesizing and modifying peptides for chemoselective ligation and assembly into quantum dot-peptide bioconjugates / W. Russ Algar ... [et al.] -- Reliable methods for silica coating of au nanoparticles / Isabel Pastoriza-Santos and Luis M. Liz-Marzán -- Surface modifications by polymers for biomolecule conjugation / Laura Sola ... [et al.] -- Functionalization protocols of silicon micro/nano- mechanical biosensors / Francesca Frascella and Carlo Ricciardi -- Stability and aggregation assays of nanoparticles in biological media / James Chen Yong Kah -- Electrochemical measurements of DNA melting on surfaces / Irina Belozerova, Dongbiao Ge, and Rastislav Levicky -- Formation and characterization of the nanoparticle-protein corona / Marco P. Monopoli ... [et al.] -- Electrophoretic implementation of the solution-depletion method for measuring protein adsorption, adsorption kinetics, and adsorption competition among multiple proteins in solution / Hyeran Noh ... [et al.] -- Hyperspectral microscopy for characterization of gold nanoparticles in biological media and cells for toxicity assessment / Christin Grabinski, John Schlager, and Saber Hussain -- Immunocytochemistry, electron tomography, and energy dispersive x-ray spectroscopy (EDXS) on cryosections of human cancer cells doped with stimuli responsive polymeric nanogels loaded with iron oxide nanoparticles / Roberto Marotta ... [et al.] -- Zwitterion siloxane to passivate silica against nonspecific protein adsorption / Zaki G. Estephan and Joseph B. Schlenoff -- Preparation and characterization of DNA block copolymer assemblies loaded with nanoparticles / Xi-Jun Chen, Robert J. Hickey, and So-Jung Park -- Polyaspartic acid coated iron oxide nanoprobes for PET/MRI imaging / Taku Cowger and Jin Xie -- Ligand synthesis and passivation for silver and large gold nanoparticles for single-particle-based sensing and spectroscopy / Daniel Montiel ... [et al.] -- Noncovalent intracellular drug delivery of hydrophobic drugs on au NPs / Tennyson Doane and Clemens Burda -- Modification of carbon nanotubes for gene delivery vectors / Victor Ramos-Perez ... [et al.] -- Lipid-based nanoparticles as nonviral gene delivery vectors / Daniele Pezzoli ... [et al.] -- Stabilizing gold nanoparticle bioconjugates in physiological conditions by PEGylation / Joan Comenge and Víctor F. Puntes.
  • 2007 Springer
    edited by M. Resa Mozafari.
    Micro and nano systems in biomedicine and drug delivery / Nesrin Hasirci -- Newlipid- and glycolipid-based nanosystems for targeted gene delivery: cholenims, glycoclips, and chitosan / R.I. Zhdanov ... [et. al] -- Artificial implants - new developments and associated problems / Abdelwahab Omri -- Niosomes as nanocarrier systems / Nefise Ozlen Sahin -- Starch - a potential biomaterial for biomedical application / Lovedeep Kaur, Jaspreet Singh, Qiang Liu -- Alternative applications for drug delivery: nasal and pulmonary routes / A. Yekta Ozer -- An overview of lipsome-derived nanocarrier technologies / M. Reza Mozafari, Kianoush Khosravi-Darani -- Uptake studies of free and liposomal sclareol by MCF-7 and H-460 human cancer cell lines / Agnes Paradissi ... [et. al] -- Release advantages of a liposomal dendrimer- doxorubicin complex, over conventional liposomal formulation of doxorubicin / Aristarchos Papagiannoros, Costas Demetzos -- Applications of light and electron microscopic techniques in liposome research / A. Yekta Ozer.
  • 2006 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Yuri Gogotsi.
  • v. 1, 1999
    Robert A. Freitas.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    v. 1. Basic capabilities
  • 2009 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Mingjun Zhang, Ning Xi.
    This book offers a fundamental and comprehensive overview of nanomedicine from a systems engineering perspective, making it the first book in the field of quantitative nanomedicine based on systems theory. It will advance knowledge of nanoscale science and engineering by efficiently employing quantitative tools for fundamental biomedical engineering and biological science research. The book starts by introducing the concept of nanomedicine, and provides basic mathematical modeling techniques that can be used to model nanoscale biomedical and biological systems. It then demonstrates how this id.
  • 2011 Karger
    volume editor, Christoph Alexiou.
    Speakers at the symposium -- Nanoscale drug delivery/drug design -- Nanotoxicity -- Diagnostics and imaging -- Therapeutic applications -- Antibody therapies.
  • 2015 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Dipanjan Pan.
    Chapter 1. Introduction -- chapter 2. Nuclear imaging with nanoparticles / Ali Azhdarinia and Sukhen C. Ghosh -- chapter 3. Molecular imaging at nanoscale with magnetic resonance imaging / Patrick M. Winter -- chapter 4. Optical imaging with nanoparticles / Walter J. Akers -- chapter 5. Contrast agents for computed tomographic imaging / Dipanjan Pan, Santosh K. Misra, and Sumin Kim -- chapter 6. Nanomedicine : perspective and promises / Dipanjan Pan.
  • 2012 CRCnetBASE
    editors, Rajaventhan Srirajaskanthan, Victor R. Preedy.
    Nanomedicine-based use of sirna in cancer / Guillermo N. Armaiz-Pena ... [et al.] -- Nanocarriers for gene delivery / Conchita Tros de Ilarduya and Gloria Gonzalez-Aseguinolaza -- Cancer cell photothermolysis and gold nanorod surface plasmons / Cheng-Lung Chen and Yang-Yuan Chen -- Tocotrienol loaded lipid nanoparticles in cancer / Sami Nazzal and Paul W. Sylvester -- Utilization of magnetic nanoparticles for cancer therapy / Deryl L. Troyer and Stefan H. Bossmann -- Nanoparticle probes and molecular imaging in cancer / Dongfang Liu and Ning Gu -- Iron and ethylcellulose nanoplatforms for cancer targeting / José L. Arias, Margarita López-Viota, and Ma Adolfina Ruiz -- Matrix scaffolds in cancer cell biology, physiological representation and nanoscale characterisation / Hsin-ya Chien ... [et al.] -- Fluorescence nanoprobe imaging tumor by sensing the acidic microenvironment / Lu Wang and Cong Li -- Magnetic nanorings and nanotubes for cancer detection and therapy / Hai Ming Fan and Malini Olivo -- Silicon nanowire arrays and other silicon nanostructures and their clinical applications to cancer / Murugan Veerapandian and Min-Ho Lee -- Silver nanomedicine and cancer / ... [et al.] -- Nanobubbles and their putative application to cancer medicine / Tianyi M. Krupka and Agata A. Exner -- Nano-strategies in the delivery of antitumor drugs to cancer / José L. Arias -- Gene silencing with sirna encapsulated nanoparticles to overcome tumor multidrug resistance / Mansoor M. Amiji, Francis Hornicek, and Zhenfeng Duan -- Nano-flow liquid chromatography mass spectrometric analysis of glycans in cancer / S. Hunter Walker and David C. Muddiman -- Composite nano-sensor arrays technology in lung cancer / Silvano Dragonieri, Giorgio Pennazza, and Marco Santonico -- Nano arsenic oxide (As2o3)/(Fe2o3) iron oxide complexes for liver cancer / Ziyu Wang and Dongsheng Zhang -- Hepatocellular carcinoma and midkine-antisense oligonucleotide-loaded nanoparticles / Licheng Dai, Yaoxing and Zhongjing -- Nanotechnology and nanostructures applied to head and neck cancer / Erik C. Dreaden, Mostafa A. El-Sayed, and Ivan H. El-Sayed.
  • 2012 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Mathew Sebastian, Neethu Ninan, and A.K. Haghi.
    1. Ethosomes as non-invasive loom for transdermal drug delivery system / Sudhakar C.K. ... [et al.] -- 2. Colloidal delivery systems for phytochemicals / Ashok R. Patel -- 3. Polymer-modified gene delivery vectors retargeted with recombinant proteins / R. Pola ... [et al.] -- 4. Study of drug transport properties of acrylic based iron (III) oxide filled IPN / S. Goswami ... [et al.] -- 5. Poly(amido-amine)s as carriers for intracellular delivery of drugs and proteins / Fabio Fenili ... [et al.] -- 6. Nanoparticles as adjuvant(s) for mucosal vaccine delivery / P.N. Gupta ... [et al.] -- 7. Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles, characterization and their antimicrobial activity / K. Mallikarjuna ... [et al.] -- 8. Gold-peptide nanoparticles activation of macrophages / Jagat R. Kanwar, Ganesh Mahidhara, and Rupinder K. Kanwar -- 9. Combating infectious diseases : nanotechnology-based drug delivery / Zahoor Ahmad and Rajesh Panday -- 10. Dendrimers in biology and medicine / Dzmitry Shcharbin ... [et al.] -- 11. Capsules based on lipid vesicles : potentiality for drug delivery / Brigitte Pépin-Donat ... [et al.] -- 12. A simulation study on the transport of ions through ion channels / Keka Talukdar and Apurba Krishna Mitra -- 13. Effects of intranasal administration of interferon-alpha on rat behavior / Loginova N.A. ... [et al.] -- 14. Neurotransplantation of neural and mesenchymal stem cells for correction of posthypoxic disorders / Loseva E.V. ... [et al.] -- 15. Spray drying in pharmaceutical manufacturing an overview / Prathima Srinivas -- 16. RNA nanotechnology in nanomedicine / Wade W. Grabow ... [et al.].
  • 2012 CRCnetBASE
    editors, Ross J. Hunter, Victor R. Preedy.
    "The nanosciences are a rapidly expanding field of research with applicability to all areas of health and disease prevention, including cardiology in its broadest sense. This book covers a variety of nano subjects and areas as applied to the heart and circulatory system. There are state-of-the-art chapters on nanoparticles, nanowires, nanoscale topography, nanosensors, nanospheres, nanospin probes, nanomatrices and nanobubbles to name but a few topics. Their applications to cardiovascular disorders and their treatments are also described"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2012 ScienceDirect
    edited by Nejat Düzgüneş.
  • 2013 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Arun Kumar, Heidi M. Mansour, Adam Friedman, and Eric R. Blough.
    Nanoparticles in drug delivery systems / Emilio Castro and Arun Kumar -- Synthesis and characterization of nanoencapsulated drugs / Arun Kumar, Ashley E. Saienni, and Niketa Dixit -- Nanoparticles for pulmonary drug delivery / Heidi M. Mansour, Chun-Woong Park, and Don Hayes -- Biological systems for the delivery of nanoparticles / Niketa Dixit ... [et al.] -- Nanodermatology : giant role of nanotechnology in diagnosis and treatment of skin disease / Adam Friedman -- Nanoparticles for drug delivery of small molecules / Ana Sofia Macedo and Eliana B. Souto -- Nanoparticle therapies for wounds and ulcer healing / Chiara Gardin ... [et al.] -- Nanoparticles in bioimaging / Javier L. Pou Ucha -- Nanoparticles in anticancer drug delivery / Frederic Lagarce -- Formulations of nanoparticles in drug delivery / Sushama Talegaonkar -- Nanoparticles for ocular drug delivery / Jaleh Barar -- Toxicology of nanoparticles / Eric R. Blough -- Animal and cellular models for use in nanoparticles safety study / Kevin M. Rice and Eric R. Blough.
  • 2011 CRCnetBASE
    editors, Ross J. Hunter, Victor R. Preedy.
    Nanomedicine : an introduction / Lajos P. Balogh -- The regulation of nanomedicine / Joel D'Silva and Diana Bowman -- Nanotubes and their application to nanomedicine / Gianni Ciofani -- Nanoparticles for topical application / Kerriann R. Greenhalgh -- Nanocrystal formulations for improved delivery / Jan Möschwitzer and Rainer H. Müller -- Antioxidant nanoparticles / Beverly A. Rzigalinski ... [et al.] -- Lipid nanocapsules in nanomedicine / Marie Morille ... [et al.] -- Nanotheragnostic colloids in disease / José L. Arias -- Nanotechnology in controlling infectious disease / Rehab Amin -- Virus-based nanoparticles as tools for biomedicine / Stefan Franzen, Steven A. Lommel, and Bruce Oberhardt -- Safety of nanoparticles in medicine / Maria Dusinska ... [et al.] -- Pulmonary drug delivery with nanoparticles / Moritz Beck-Broichsitter ... [et al.] -- Carbon nanotubes in infectious diseases / Yitzhak Rosen ... [et al.] -- Radiation protection with nanoparticles / Cheryl H. Baker -- Nanoparticle therapy in arthritis / José L. Arias -- Phospholipid-based nanomicelles in cancer nanomedicine / Hayat Onyuksel and Amrita Banerjee -- Tumor-specific liposomal nanomedicines : antitumor antibody-modified doxorubicin-loaded liposomes / Tamer Elbayoumi and Vladimir Torchilin -- Nanomedicine in blood diseases / Denis B. Buxton -- Nanomedicine and neurodegenerative disorders / Ari Nowacek ... [et al.] -- Nanotechnological applications in tissue and implant / Viswanathan S. Saji and Han-Cheol Choe.
  • 2012 ScienceDirect
    edited by Nejat Düzgüneş.
    Enhanced antiviral activity of acyclovir loaded into nanoparticles / Roberta Cavalli ... [et al.] -- Gold manno-glyconanoparticles for intervening in HIV gp120 carbohydrate-mediated processes/ Paolo Di Gianvincenzo ... [et al.] -- Nanoparticle-mediated targeted delivery of antiretrovirals to the brain / Supriya D. Mahajan ... [et al.] -- Antibacterial activity of doxycycline-loaded nanoparticles / Ranjita Misra and Sanjeeb K. Sahoo -- Antimicrobial properties of electrically formed elastomeric polyurethane-copper oxide nanocomposites for medical and dental applications / Z. Ahmad ... [et al.] -- Gastrointestinal delivery of anti-inflammatory nanoparticles / Hamed Laroui, Shanthi V. Sitaraman, and Didier Merlin -- Chitosan-based nanoparticles as a hepatitis B antigen delivery system / Filipa Lebre ... [et al.] -- Targeting nanoparticles to dendritic cells for immunotherapy / Luis J. Cruz ... [et al.] -- Protein-carbon nanotube sensors : single platform integrated micro clinical lab for monitoring blood analytes / Sowmya Viswanathan ... [et al.] -- Investigating the toxic effects of iron oxide nanoparticles / Stefaan J. Soenen ... [et al.] -- Cytotoxicity of gold nanoparticles / Yu Pan, Matthias Bartneck, and Willi Jahnen-Dechent -- Design of target-seeking antifibrotic compounds / Tero A.H. Järvinen -- Design and fabrication of N-alkyl-polyethylenimine-stabilized iron oxide nanoclusters for gene delivery / Gang Liu ... [et al.] -- Cell-penetrating peptide-based systems for nucleic acid delivery : a biological and biophysical approach / Sara Trabulo ... [et al.] -- Multifunctional envelope-type nano device (MEND) for organelle targeting via a stepwise membrane fusion process / Yuma Yamada, Hidetaka Akita, and Hideyoshi Harashima -- Lipopolyplexes as nanomedicines for therapeutic gene delivery / Leire García ... [et al.] -- Interfering nanoparticles for silencing microRNAs / Huricha Baigude and Tariq M. Rana -- Genetic nanomedicine : gene delivery by targeted lipoplexes / Nejat Nejat Düzgüneş and Conchita Tros de Ilarduya.
  • 2009 ScienceDirect
    edited by Hari S. Sharma.
  • 2014 ScienceDirect
    Diana Boraschi and Albert Duschl.
    Nanoparticles and the Immune System provides a reference text for toxicologists, materials scientists and regulators and covers the key issues of interaction of nanomaterials with the immune system. The book discusses several issues that toxicologists and regulators need to know: identification of endpoints that are relevant for assessing hazard, evaluating impact on immunologically frail populations, and how to evaluate chronic/cumulative effects. In addition, the book addresses the possibility of turning the immunomodulating properties of certain nanomaterials to our advantage.
  • 2012 Springer Protocols
    edited by Mikhail Soloviev.
    Procedures for the synthesis and capping of metal nanoparticles / Claudia Gutierrez-Wing, J. Jesus Velazquez-Salazar, and Miguel Jose-Yacaman -- Preparation of concentrated colloids of gold core-silica shell nanoparticles for biomedical applications / Yeon-Su Park -- Biosynthesis of silver and gold nanoparticles using Bacillus licheniformis / Muthu Irulappan Sriram, Kalimuthu Kalishwaralal, and Sangiliyandi Gurunathan -- Gold nanoparticle antibody conjugates for use in competitive lateral flow assays / Julian Bailes [and others] -- Gold nanoparticles for immunogold localization of antigens in plant tissues / Sadaki Yokota -- RNA quantification using noble metal nanoprobes : simultaneous identification of several different mRNA targets using color multiplexing and application to cancer diagnostics / Joao Conde [and others] -- Effect of gold nanoparticle conjugation on the activity and stability of functional proteins / Julian Bailes [and others] -- Synthesis of semiconductor nanoparticles / Xianfeng Chen and Peter J. Dobson -- Size-selective synthesis of ultrasmall hydrophilic CdSe nanoparticles in aqueous solution at room temperature / Yeon-Su Park [and others] -- Synthesis and functionalization of CdSe/ZnS QDs using the successive ion layer adsorption reaction and mercaptopropionic acid phase transfer methods / Ana Sofia Miguel, Christopher Maycock, and Abel Oliva -- In vivo, site-specific, covalent conjugation of quantum dots to proteins via split-intein splicing / Anna Charalambous [and others] -- Evaluating the potential of quantum dots for in vitro biological studies : effects on gene expression using microarray analysis / Babu R. Prasad [and others] -- Use of quantum dots for immunochemistry applications / Helena Monton [and others] -- Quantum Dots for Labeling Live Cells / Yun Chen -- Labeling and imaging mesenchymal stem cells with quantum dots / Maria C. Collins [and others] -- Application of semiconductor quantum dots for enhancing peptide desorption, improving peak resolution and sensitivity of detection in matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization (MALDI) mass spectrometry / Julian Bailes and Mikhail Soloviev -- Near-infrared fluorescence labeling of iron nanoparticles and applications for cell labeling and in vivo imaging / Jinke Wang [and others] -- Labeling stem cells with superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles : analysis of the labeling efficacy by microscopy and magnetic resonance imaging / Jasmin, Ana Luiza Machado Torres [and others] -- Noninvasive quantification of magnetic nanoparticles by means of magnetorelaxometry / Maik Liebl and Dietmar Eberbeck -- Synthesis, application, and tracking of magnetic carbon-coated nanoparticles in plants / Alejandro Perez-de-Luque [and others] -- Synthesis of biocompatible gelatinated thioglycolic acid-capped CdTe quantum dots ("jelly dots") / Valerie A. Gerard [and others] -- Preparation and characterization of biomimetic nanoparticles for drug delivery / Ana Maria Carmona-Ribeiro -- Preparation of nanoparticles by spray-drying and their use for efficient pulmonary drug delivery / Hao-Ying Li and Fan Zhang -- Synthesis and evaluation of airway targeted PLGA nanoparticles for drug delivery in obstructive lung diseases / Neeraj Vij -- Preparation of siRNA-encapsulated PLGA aanoparticles for sustained release of siRNA and evaluation of encapsulation efficiency / Panayotis Pantazis [and others] -- Synthesis of poly (2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) (PHEMA) based nanoparticles for biomedical and pharmaceutical applications / Rajesh Saini, Jaya Bajpai, and Anil K. Bajpai -- Preparation of lipid : peptide : DNA (LPD) nanoparticles and their use for gene transfection / Fan Zhang and Hao-Ying Li -- Crotamine : a novel cell-penetrating polypeptide nanocarrier with potential anti-cancer and biotechnological applications / Mirian A.F. Hayashi [and others] -- Elastin-based nanoparticles for delivery of bone morphogenetic proteins / Raul Machado [and others] -- Synthesis, surface modification, characterization, and biomedical in vitro applications of organically modified silica (ORMOSIL) nanoparticles / Diksha and Indrajit Roy -- Extraction of organic nanoparticles from plants / Scott C. Lenaghan [and others] -- Assessment of cytotoxicity of carbon nanoparticles using 3-(4,5-dimethylthiazol-2-yl)-5-(3-carboxymethoxyphenyl)- 2-(4-sulfophenyl)-2h-tetrazolium (MTS) cell viability assay / Amanda M. Schrand, Jonathan B. Lin, and Saber M. Hussain -- Luciferase reporter system for studying the effect of nanoparticles on gene expression / Min Ding, Linda Bowman, and Vincent Castranova -- Single cell gel electrophoresis assay (comet assay) for evaluating nanoparticles-induced DNA damage in cells / Linda Bowman, Vincent Castranova, and Min Ding -- Assessment of toxicity of nanoparticles using insects as biological models / Yan Zhou [and others] -- Evaluation of cytotoxicity of 3-mercaptopropionic acid-modified quantum dots on Medicago sativa cells and tissues / Ana Raquel Santos [and others] -- Scanning transmission electron microscopy methods for the analysis of nanoparticles / Arturo Ponce, Sergio Mejia-Rosales, and Miguel Jose-Yacaman -- Total internal reflection fluorescence (TIRF) microscopy for real-time imaging of nanoparticle-cell plasma membrane interaction / Ladan Parhamifar and S. Moein Moghimi -- Microscopy imaging methods for the detection of silver and titanium nanoparticles within cells / Robert Martin Zucker and Kaitlin Marie Daniel -- Detection of TiO2 nanoparticles in cells by flow cytometry / Robert Martin Zucker and Kaitlin Marie Daniel -- Nanoparticle tracking analysis for the multiparameter characterization and counting of nanoparticle suspensions / Matthew Wright -- Relevance of two-dimensional brownian motion dynamics in applying nanoparticle tracking analysis / Paul Van der Meeren, Marios Kasinos, and Hans Saveyn -- Nanoparticle bridges for studying electrical properties of organic molecules / Klaus Leifer [and others].
  • 2008 Springer
    edited by Jeff W.M. Bulte and Michel M.J. Modo.
  • 2010 Springer
    Jan C.M. Marijnissen, Leon Gradoń, editors.
  • 2007 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Deepak Thassu, Michel Deleers, Yashwant Pathak.
    Nanoparticulate drug-delivery systems: an overview / Deepak Thassu, Yashwant Pathak and Michel Deleers -- Nanosuspensions for parenteral delivery / Barrett E. Rabinow -- Nanoparticles prepared using natural and synthetic polymers / Sudhir S. Chakravarthi, Dennis H. Robinson and Sinjan De -- Nanofiber-based drug delivery / Matthew D. Burke and Dmitry Luzhansky -- Drug nanocrystals - the universal formulation approach for poorly soluble drugs / Jan Möschwitzer and Rainer H. Müller -- Lipid-based nanoparticulate drug delivery systems / Jun Wu, Xiaobin Zhao and Robert J. Lee -- Nanoengineering of drug delivery systems / Ashwath Jayagopal and V. Prasad Shastri -- Aerosol flow reactor method for the synthesis of multicomponent drug nano- and microparticles / Janne Raula ... [et al.] -- Supercooled smectic nanoparticles / Heike Bunjes and Judith Kuntsche -- Biological and engineering considerations for developing tumor-targeting metallic nanoparticle drug-delivery systems / Giulio F. Paciotti and Lawrence Tamarkin -- Biological requirements for nanotherapeutic applications / Joseph F. Chiang -- Role of nanobiotechnology in the development of nanomedicine / K.K. Jain -- Pharmaceutical applications of nanoparticulate drug-delivery systems / Yashwant Pathak, Deepak Thassu and Michel Deleers -- Lipid nanoparticles (solid lipid nanoparticles and nanostructured lipid carriers) for cosmetic, dermal, and transdermal applications / Eliana B. Souto and Rainer H. Müller -- Nano-carriers of drugs and genes for the treatment of restenosis / Einat Cohen-Sela ... [et al.] -- Ocular applications of nanoparticulate drug-delivery systems / Annick Ludwig -- Nanoparticulate systems for central nervous system drug delivery / Jean-Christophe Olivier and Manuela Pereira de Oliveira -- Nanoparticles for gene delivery: formulation characteristics / Jaspreet K. Vasir and Vinod Labhasetwar -- Gastrointestinal applications of nanoparticulate drug-delivery systems / Maria Rosa Gasco -- Nanoparticles as adjuvant-vectors for vaccination / Socorro Espuelas ... [et al.] -- Transdermal applications of nanoparticulates / Jongwon Shim.
  • 2008 CRCnetBASE
    Antonietta M. Gatti, Stefano Montanari.
    Describes the impact of nanoparticles and microparticles on human and animal health and offers criteria for preventing potential problems deriving from these particles.
  • 2011
    Chong Xie.
    Abstract: The small scale of nano-materials makes them one of the best man-made candidates to interact with biological systems at subcellular or even molecular level. It has been the focal point of the research interests to interfacing live cells with one dimensional nanostructures, such as nanowires and nanopillars. In my Phd research, I have utilized nanopillar based structures and devices to interface biological cells electrically, optically and mechanically. 1. We achieve improved electric interface between biological cells and solid state device by using arrays of vertically aligned nanopillar electrodes. Their tight attachment to the cell membrane allows us to acquire intracellular-like action potential signals non-destructively from cultured cardiomyocytes, which is responsible for various important cellular functions. 2. We demonstrate below-the-diffraction-limit observation volume in vitro and inside live cells by using vertically aligned silicon dioxide nanopillars. With a diameter much smaller than the wavelength of visible light, a transparent silicon dioxide nanopillar embedded in a nontransparent substrate restricts the propagation of light and affords evanescence wave excitation along its vertical surface. This effect creates highly-confined illumination volume that selectively excites fluorescence molecules in the vicinity of the nanopillar. We show that this nanopillar illumination can be used for in vitro single molecule detection with high fluorescence background. In addition, we demonstrate that vertical nanopillars interface tightly with live cells and function as highly localized light sources inside the cell. Furthermore, chemical modification of the nanopillar surface provides a unique way to locally recruit proteins of interest and simultaneously observe their behavior within the complex, crowded environment of the cell. 3. We engineer and fabricate vertically nanopillar arrays, and culture various types of cells atop. We study the cell growth pattern in presence of nanopillar arrays, including attachment, migration, etc. We also design patterned nanopillar arrays and utilized them to guide and control cell growth via cell-nanopillar interaction.
  • 2012 Springer Protocols
    edited by Maria E. Gracheva.
    Detecting and characterizing individual molecules with single nanopores -- Protein sensing with engineered protein nanopores -- Measurements of DNA immobilized in the alpha-hemolysin nanopore -- DNA unzipping and protein unfolding using nanopores -- DNA characterization with ion beam-sculpted silicon nitride nanopores -- DNA sequencing by nanopore-induced photon emission -- Optical tweezers for mechanical control over DNA in a nanopore -- Analyzing single DNA molecules by nanopore translocation -- DNA characterization by transverse electrical current in a nanochannel -- Optimization of the molecular dynamics method for simulations of DNA and ion transport through biological nanopores -- Polymer translocation through an electrically tunable nanopore in a multilayered semiconductor membrane -- Graphene nanopore devices for DNA sensing -- Measuring single-wall carbon nanotubes with solid-state nanopores -- Passive and electrically actuated solid-state nanopores for sensing and manipulating DNA.
  • 2011 Springer Protocols
    edited by Steven A. Toms, Robert J. Weil.
    MALDI-TOF serum profiling using semiautomated serum peptide capture with magnetic reversed phase (C18) beads / Jaco C. Knol and Connie R. Jimenez -- Proteomics of epithelial lining fluid obtained by bronchoscopic microprobe sampling / Lorenza Franciosi [and others] -- Protein identification using nano-HPLC-MS : ESI-MS and MALDI-MS interfaces / Rui Vitorino [and others] -- Three-dimensional peptide fractionation for highly sensitive nanoscale LC-based shotgun proteomic analysis of complex protein mixtures / Sricharan Bandhakavi [and others] -- Nanospray ion mobility mass spectrometry of selected high mass species / Iain Campuzano and Kevin Giles -- Nanoelectrospray-MSn of native and permethylated glycans / Christina Bleckmann, Hildegard Geyer, and Rudolf Geyer -- N-linked global glycan profiling by nanoLC mass spectrometry / Michael S. Bereman and David C. Muddiman -- Applications of nanoscale liquid chromatography coupled to tandem mass spectrometry in quantitative studies of protein expression protein-protein interaction, and protein phosphorylation / Metodi V. Metodiev -- Nano LC-MS/MS : a robust setup for proteomic analysis / Marco Gaspari and Giovanni Cuda -- Nanofluidic devices for rapid continuous-flow bioseparation / Pan Mao and Jianping Fu -- Quantifying attomole amounts of proteins from complex samples by nano-LC and selected reaction monitoring / Thomas Frohlich and Georg J. Arnold -- Sample preparation method for gold nanoparticle-assisted laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry / Yen-Hsiu Lin and Wei-Lung Tseng -- Nanostructured TiO2 thin films for phosphoproteomics studies with MALDI mass spectrometry / Federico Torta [and others] -- Nanofilament silicon for matrix-free laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry / Chia-Wen Tsao and Don L. DeVoe -- Protein nanoarrays for high-resolution patterning of bacteria on gold surfaces / Cait Costello [and others] -- Engineered multifunctional nanotools for biological applications / Mohammed Ibrahim Shukoor [and others] -- Selective capture of phosphopeptides by zirconium phosphonate-magnetic nanoparticles / Liang Zhao, Renan Wu, and Hanfa Zou -- Nanowire biosensors for label-free, real-time, ultrasensitive protein detection / Gengfeng Zheng and Charles M. Lieber -- Generation of anti-infectome/anti-proteome nanobodies / Gholamreza Hassanzadeh-Ghassabeh, Dirk Saerens, and Serge Muyldermans -- Isolation, propagation, and analysis of biological nanoparticles / Michael P. Linnes [and others] -- Functionalized soluble nanopolymers for phosphoproteome analysis / Anton Iliuk [and others] -- Elucidating structural dynamics of integral membrane proteins on native cell surface by hydroxyl radical footprinting and nano LC-MS/MS / Yi Zhu, Tiannan Guo, and Siu Kwan Sze -- Application of electrostatic repulsion hydrophilic interaction chromatography to the characterization of proteome, glycoproteome, and phosphoproteome using nano LC-MS/MS / Piliang Hao, Huoming Zhang, and Siu Kwan Sze.
  • 2011 Springer Protocols
    edited by Ping Wang.
    Nanoscale-engineered cytochrome P450 system with a branch structure / Hidehiko Hirakawa and Teruyuki Nagamune -- Chemically induced self-assembly of enzyme nanorings / Brian R. White, Qing Li, and Carston R. Wagner -- Self-assemblies of polymer-enzyme conjugates at oil-water interfaces for interfacial biocatalysis / Guangyu Zhu and Ping Wang -- Molecular assembly-assisted biocatalytic reactions in ionic liquids / Muhammad Moniruzzaman and Masahiro Goto -- Organic-soluble enzyme nano-complexes formed by ion-pairing with surfactants / Songtao Wu, Andreas Buthe, and Ping Wang -- Enzyme-immobilized CNT network probe for in vivo neurotransmitter detection / Gi-Ja Lee [and others] -- Kinesin I ATPase manipulates biohybrids formed from tubulin and carbon nanotubes / Cerasela Zoica Dinu [and others] -- Reversible his-tagged enzyme immobilization on functionalized carbon nanotubes as nanoscale biocatalyst / Liang Wang and Rongrong Jiang -- TiO2 nanoparticle system for sacrificial solar H2 production prepared by rational combination of a hydrogenase with a ruthenium photosensitizer / Erwin Reisner and Fraser A. Armstrong -- Preparation and characterization of single-enzyme nanogels / Jun Ge [and others] -- Fabrication and characterization of bioactive thiol-silicate nanoparticles / Frances Neville and Paul Millneri -- Immobilization of enzymes on fumed silica nanoparticles for applications in nonaqueous media / Juan C. Cruz [and others] -- Microencapsulation of bioactive nanoparticles / Fei Gao, Ping Wang, and Guanghui Ma -- Engineering the logical properties of a genetic and gate / Daniel J. Sayut, Yan Niu, and Lianhong Sun -- Strain engineering strategies for improving whole-cell biocatalysis : engineering Escherichia coli to overproduce xylitol as an example / Jonathan W. Chin and Patrick C. Cirino -- Enzyme-carrying electrospun nanofibers / Hongfei Jia -- Uniform lab-scale biocatalytic nanoporous latex coatings for reactive microorganisms / Jimmy L. Gosse and Michael C. Flickinger -- Entrapment of enzymes in nanoporous sol-gels / Andreas Buthe.
  • 2014 Springer Protocols
    edited by U. Valentin Nägerl, Interdisciplinary Insitute for Neuroscience, CNRS/University of Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France, Antoine Triller, Insitute of Biology, Ecole Normal Supérieure/INSERM/CNRS, Paris, France.
  • 2001 Wiley
    edited by Kenneth J. Klabunde.
    ch. 1. Introduction to the nanoworld / Kenneth J. Klabunde -- ch. 2. Metals / Gunter Schmid -- ch. 3. Semiconductor nanocrystals / M.P. Pileni -- ch. 4. Ceramics / Abbas Khaleel and Ryan M. Richards -- ch. 5. Metal nanoparticles : double layers, optical properties, and electrochemistry / Paul Mulvaney -- ch. 6. Magnetism / C.M. Sorensen -- ch. 7. Chemical and catalytic aspects of nanocrystals / Kenneth J. Klabunde and Ravichandra S. Mulukutla -- ch. 8. Specific heats and melting points of nanocrystalline materials / Olga Koper and Slawomir Winecki -- ch. 9. Applications of nanocrystals / John Parker.
  • 2005 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Ralph S. Greco, Fritz B. Prinz, R. Lane Smith.
  • 2009 Springer
    [edited by] Donglu Shi.
    Stem Cells and Nanostructured Materials / Vince Beachley and Xuejun Wen -- Biomedical Polymer Nanofibers for Emerging Technology / Kwideok Park, Won Ho Park, Jun Sik Son and Dong Keun Han -- Nanoscale Mechanisms for Assembly of Biomaterials / Zhijie Sui and William L. Murphy -- Fabrication and Assembly of Nanomaterials and Nanostructures for Biological Detections / Qingkai Yu and Jie Lian -- Nanostructured Materials Constructed from Polypeptides / Peng Jing, Jangwook P. Jung and Joel H. Collier -- Photoluminescent Carbon Nanomaterials: Properties and Potential Applications / Yaping Sun, Fushen Lu, Xin Wang, Li Cao and Yi Lin, et al. -- Microwave-assisted Synthesis and Processing of Biomaterials / Yingjie Zhu and Jiang Chang -- Characterizing Biointerfaces and Biosurfaces in Biomaterials Design / Kalpana S. Katti, Devendra Verma and Dinesh R. Katti -- Carbon Nanotubes for Electrochemical and Electronic Biosensing Applications / Ningyi Liu, Qing Zhang, Mary B Chan-Park, Changming Li and Peng Chen -- Heparin-Conjugated Nanointerfaces for Biomedical Applications / Ki Dong Park, Yoon Ki Joung, Jin Woo Bae and Dong Hyun Go -- Inorganic Nanoparticles for Biomedical Applications / Mei Chee Tan, Gan Moog Chow, Lei Ren and Qiqing Zhang -- Nano Metal Particles for Biomedical Applications / Kyung A. Kang, Bin Hong and Hanzhu Jin -- Micro- and Nanoscale Technologies in High-Throughput Biomedical Experimentation / Vikramaditya G. Yadav, Mark D. Brigham, Ling Yibo, Christopher Rivest and Utkan Demirci, et al. -- Delivery System of Bioactive Molecules for Regenerative Medicine / Gilson Khang, Yoon Sun Jung, Soon Hee Kim, Moon Suk Kim and Hai Bang Lee -- Modification of Nano-sized Materials for Drug Delivery / Tao Xu, Heather L. Nichols, Ning Zhang and Xuejun Wen -- Polymeric Nano Micelles as a Drug Carrier / Moon Suk Kim, Hyun Hoon, Gilson Khang and Hai Bang Lee -- DNA Nanotechnology / Junping Zhang and Roger J. Narayan -- Nanoscale Bioactive Surfaces and Endosseous Implantology / Yunzhi Yang, Yongxing Liu, Sangwon Park, Hyunseung Kim and Kwangmin Lee, et al. -- Carbon Nanotube Smart Materials for Biology and Medicine / Yeo Heung Yun, Vesselin N. Shanov, Adam Bange, William R. Heineman and H. Brian Halsall, et al. -- Microscopic Modeling of Phonon Modes in Semiconductor Nanocrystals / Wei Cheng, Shangfen Ren and David T. Marx -- Fracture Processes in Advanced Nanocrystalline and Nanocomposite Materials / I. A. Ovid'ko -- Synthesis, Properties and Application of Conducting PPY Nanoparticles / Xingui Li, Meirong Huang and Yunbin Xie -- Field Emission of Carbon Nanotubes / Baoqing Zeng and Zhifeng Ren -- Flexible Dye-Sensitized Nano-Porous Films Solar Cells / Dongshe Zhang, Tony Pereira, Torsten Oekermann, Katrin Wessels and Changyong Qin, et al. -- Magnetic Nanofluids: Synthesis and Structure / L. Vékás, M. V. Avdeev and Doina Bica.
  • 2010 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Alberto Diaspro.
    STED microscopy with compact light sources / Lars Kastrup ... [et al.] -- Nonlinear fluorescence imaging by saturated excitation / Nicholas I. Smith ... [et al.] -- Far-field fluorescence microscopy of cellular structures at molecular optical resolution / Christoph Cremer ... [et al.] -- Fluorescence microscopy with extended depth of field / Kai Wicker and Rainer Heintzmann -- Single particle tracking / Kevin Braeckmans ... [et al.] -- Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy / Xianke Shi and Thorsten Wohland -- Two-photon excitation microscopy: a superb wizard for fluorescence imaging / Francesca Cella and Alberto Diaspro -- Photobleaching minimization in single- and multi-photon fluorescence imaging / Partha Pratim Mondal ... [et al.] -- Applications of second harmonic generation imaging microscopy / Paolo Bianchini and Alberto Diaspro -- Green fluorescent proteins as intracellular pH indicators / Fabio Beltram ... [et al.] -- Fluorescence photoactivation localization microscopy / Manasa V. Gudheti, Travis J. Gould, and Samuel T. Hess -- Molecular resolution of cellular biochemistry and physiology by FRET/FLIM / Fred S. Wouters and Gertrude Bunt -- FRET-based determination of protein complex structure at nanometer length scale in living cells / Valerică Raicu -- Automation in multidimensional fluorescence microscopy: novel instrumentation and applications in biomedical research / Mario Faretta -- Optical manipulation, photonic devices, and their use in microscopy / G. Cojoc ... [et al.] -- Optical tweezers microscopy: piconewton forces in cell and molecular biology / Francesco Difato ... [et al.] -- In vivo spectroscopic imaging of biological membranes and surface imaging for high-throughput screening / Jo L. Richens ... [et al.] -- Near-field optical microscopy: insight on the nanometer-scale organization of the cell membrane / Davide Normanno, Thomas van Zanten, and María F. García-Parajo.
  • 2008 Springer Protocols
    edited by Ehud Gazit, Ruth Nussinov.
    Molecular design of performance proteins with repetitive sequences, recombinant flagelliform spider silk as basis for biomaterials / Charlotte Vendrely, ... [et al.] -- Creation of hybrid nanorods from sequences of natural trimeric fibrous proteins by use of the fibritin trimerization motif / Katerina Papanikolopoulou, Mark J. van Raaij, Anna Mitraki -- Leucine zipper as a building block for self-assembled protein fibers / Maxim G Ryadnov, David Papapostolou, Derek N Woolfson -- Bioimimetic synthesis of bimorphic nanostructures / Joseph M. Slocik, Rajesh R. Naik -- Synthesis and primary characterization of self-assembled peptide-based hydrogels / Radhika P. Nagarkar and Joel P. Schneider -- Periodic assembly of nanospecies on repetitive DNA sequences generated on gold nanoparticles by rolling circle amplification / Weian Zhao, Michael A. Brook, Yingfu Li -- Protocols for the In Silico design of RNA nanostructures / Bruce A. Shapiro, ... [et al.] -- Self-assembly of fused homo-oligomers to create nanotubes / Idit Buch, ... [et al.] -- Computational methods in nanostructure design, replica exchange simulations of self-assembling peptides / Giovanni Bellesia, Sotiria Lampoudi, Joan-Emma Shea -- Modeling amyloid fibril formation / Maarten G. Wolf, Jeroen van Gestel, Simon W. de Leeuw -- Computer modeling in biotechnology / Aleksei Aksimentiev, ... [et al.] -- What can we learn from highly-connected ⁷-rich structures for structural interface design / Ugur Emekli, ... [et al.].
  • 2012 CRCnetBASE
    Yuri M. Yevdokimov, V.I. Salyanov, S.G. Skuridin.
    "Written for chemists, physicists, molecular biologists, and students in related fields, this reference covers information presently available on the specific properties of metallic nanoparticles, and compares their properties with those related to nanoobjects formed by biological molecules. It also discloses details of formation and physic-chemical peculiarities of the DNA nanostructures and DNA-based nanoconstructions. Timely in publication, the reference contains more DNA physics and molecular biology than other published titles. Authors discuss how nucleic acid molecules and their complexes with chemical and biologically active compounds are of great interest in the development of various nanoscale systems and devices of practical importance"-- Provided by publisher.
  • 2008 Springer
    Fritz Allhoff, Patrick Lin, editors.
  • 2015 CRCnetBASE
    [edited by] Jose L. Arias.
    "Pharmacotherapy is often limited by the inefficient activity and severe toxicity of drug molecules. Nanotechnology offers a revolutionary and definitive approach for the efficient delivery of drug molecules to non-healthy tissues and cells. This first volume of a series of two volumes analyzes the basics in the development of drug-loaded nanoplatforms, the so-called nanomedicines. Special attention is given to physicochemical engineering, pharmacokinetics, biocompatibility and biodegradability, representative nanoplatforms (based on lipids, polymers, cyclodextrins, metals, carbon, silica, iron oxides, etc.), and advanced nano-engineering strategies for passive, ligand-mediated, and/or stimuli-sensitive drug delivery and release"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2012 CRCnetBASE
    editors, Lan-Anh Le, Ross J. Hunter, Victor R. Preedy.
    "Understanding the importance of nanosciences is somewhat problematic as a great deal of text can be rather technical in nature with little consideration to the novice. In this book information is readable as it has sections for the novice and expert alike. Each chapter has an abstract, "key facts", and a "mini-dictionary" of key terms and phrases within each chapter. Each chapter has a summary in point form The book covers for example, introductions to the field, lipid matrix nanoparticles, atomic force microscopy, characterization of tissues at the nanometer scale, antisense oligonucleotides, carbon nanotubes, , nanocomposites, nanorods, carbon nanomaterials, nanolabeled diabetogenic, nanofiber wound dressings, and nanotechnology footsocks"-- Provided by publisher.
  • 2007 Springer
    edited by Andrew D. Maynard, David Y.H. Pui.
  • 2009 CRCnetBASE
    Kathleen Sellers ... [et al.].
    Nanoscale materials: definition and properties / Kathleen Sellers -- Overview of manufacturing processes / Julie Chen, Kathleen Sellers -- Developing environmental regulations pertinent to nanotechnology / Lynn L. Bergeson -- Analyses of nanoparticles in the environment / Marilyn Hoyt -- Environmental fate and transport / Chris E. Mackay, Kim M. Henry -- Treatment of nanoparticles in wastewater / Kim M. Henry, Kathleen Sellers -- The potential ecological hazard of nanomaterials / Stephen R. Clough -- Toxicology and risk assessment / Chris E. Mackay, Jane Hamblen -- Nanoparticle use in pollution control / Kathleen Sellers -- Balancing the risks and rewards / Kathleen Sellers.
  • 2002 CRCnetBASE
    Michael Wilson ... [et al.].
  • 2008 CRCnetBASE
    editor, Deb Bennet-Woods.
  • 2013 Springer Protocols
    edited by Manfred Ogris, David Oupicky.
    Toxicological aspects for nanomaterial in humans -- Lactate dehydrogenase assay for assessment of polycation cytotoxicity -- Combined fluorimetric caspase 3/7 assay and bradford protein determination for assessment of polycation-mediated cytotoxicity -- Anti-PEG igm production via a PEGylated nano-carrier system for nucleic acid delivery -- Near-infrared optical imaging of nucleic acid nanocarriers in vivo -- Lipids for nucleic acid delivery: Synthesis and particle formation -- Histidine-rich cationic amphipathic peptides for plasmid DNA and siRNA delivery -- Synthesis of polyethylenimine-based nanocarriers for systemic tumor targeting of nucleic acids -- Synthesis of bioreducible polycations with controlled topologies -- Lyophilization of synthetic gene carriers -- Surface- and hydrogel-mediated delivery of nucleic acid nanoparticles -- Layer-by-layer assembled gold nanoparticles for the delivery of nucleic acids -- In situ AFM analysis investigating disassembly of DNA nanoparticles and nano-films -- Enhancing nucleic acid delivery with ultrasound and microbubbles -- Magnetic and acoustically active microbubbles loaded with nucleic acids for gene delivery -- Synthesis of lipidic magnetic nanoparticles for nucleic acid delivery -- Lipopeptide delivery of siRNA to the central nervous system -- Flow cytometry-based cell type-specific assessment of target regulation by pulmonary siRNA delivery -- Liver-targeted gene delivery through retrograde intrabiliary infusion.
  • 2008 CRCnetBASE
    Jo Anne Shatkin.
    Introduction : assessing nanotechnology health and environmental risks -- Defining risk assessment and how it is used for environmental protection, and its potential role for managing nanotechnology risks -- Sustainable nanotechnology development using risk assessment and applying life cycle thinking -- The state of the science : human health, toxicology, and nanotechnological risk / Brenda E. Barry -- The state of the science : environmental risks -- NANO LCRA : an adaptive screening-level life cycle risk assessment framework for nanotechnology -- Alternative approaches for life cycle risk assessment for nanotechnology and comprehensive environmental assessment / Jo Anne Shatkin and J. Michael Davis -- Current and proposed approaches for managing risks in occupational environments / Brenda E. Barry -- Ongoing international efforts to address risk issues for nanotechnology.
  • 2007 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Tuan Vo-Dinh.
  • 2007 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Mansoor M. Amiji.
  • 2013 Springer
    Adnan Nasir, Adam Friedman, Steven Wang, editors.
    Nanotechnology in Dermatology is the first book of its kind to address all of the important and rapidly growing aspects of nanotechnology as it relates to dermatology. In the last few years there has been an explosion in research and development for products and devices related to nanotechnology, including numerous applications for consumers, physicians, patients, and industry. Applications are underway in medicine and dermatology for the early detection, diagnosis, and targeted therapy of disease, and nanodesigned materials and devices are expected to be faster, smaller, more powerful, more efficient, and more versatile than their traditional counterparts. Written by experts working in this exciting field, Nanotechnology in Dermatology specifically addresses nanotechnology in consumer skin care products, in the diagnosis of skin disease, in the treatment of skin disease, and the overall safety of nanotechnology. The book also discusses future trends of this ever-growing and changing field, providing dermatologists, pharmaceutical companies, policy makers, and consumer cosmetics companies with a clear understanding of the advantages and challenges of nanotechnology today.
  • 2009 Springer
    [edited by] Melgardt M. de Villiers, Pornanong Aramwit, Glen S. Kwon.
  • 2012 Springer Protocols
    edited by Melba Navarro, Josep A. Planell.
    Is nanotechnology the key to unravel and engineer biological processes? -- Synthesis of genetically engineered protein polymers (recombinamers) as an example of advanced self-assembled smart materials -- Design of biomolecules for nanoengineered biomaterials for regenerative medicine -- Stimuli responsive polymers for nanoengineering of biointerfaces -- Micro/nanopatterning of proteins using a nanoimprint-based contact printing technique -- Functionalization of surfaces with synthetic oligonucleotides -- Fabrication of PEG hydrogel microwell arrays for high-throughput single stem cell culture and analysis -- Preparation of polyelectrolyte nanocomplexes containing recombinant human hepatocyte growth factor as potential oral carriers for liver regeneration -- Electrospinning technology in tissue regeneration -- Protein adsorption characterization -- Measuring wettability of biosurfaces at the microscale -- AFM to study bio/nonbio interactions -- Evaluation of cytocompatibility and cell response to boron nitride nanotubes -- Nanobiosensors for in vitro and in vivo analysis of biomolecules -- Novel strategies to engineering biological tissue in vitro -- Enabling biomedical research with designer quantum dots -- The role of nanophotonics in regenerative medicine -- Molecular dynamics methods for modeling complex interactions in biomaterials -- Regenerative nanomedicine: ethical, legal, and social issues.
  • 2008 CRCnetBASE
    Patrick M. Boucher.
    Patents -- Copyrights -- Integrated circuit topographies -- Trade secrets -- Ownership of nanotech intellectual property -- Delegation of power to agencies -- Examples of regulation of nanotechnology -- Political and judicial control over agency action -- Civil liability -- Criminal liability.
  • 2006 Springer
    Junghuei Chen, Natăsa Jonoska, Grzegorz Rozenberg (eds.).
  • 2015 Springer
    Chad A. Mirkin, Thomas J. Meade, Sarah Hurst Petrosko, Alexander H. Stegh, editors.
    Nanoflares as Probes for Cancer Diagnostics -- Therapeutic Applications of Spherical Nucleic Acids -- Theranostic Magnetic Nanostructures (MNS) for Cancer -- Nanodiamond-Based Chemotherapy and Imaging -- Theranostic Lipid Nanoparticles for Cancer Medicine -- Synthetic High-Density Lipoprotein-Like Nanoparticles as Cancer Therapy -- Radiosensitization and Nanoparticles -- Hybrid Nanoparticles for Cancer Imaging and Therapy -- Exploring Tumor Microenvironment with Nanoparticles -- How nanoparticles interact with cancer cells -- Engineering the Nanoparticle-Protein Interface for Cancer Therapeutics -- Calibration-Quality Cancer Nano-Therapeutics -- Cancer Nano-Therapeutics in Clinical Trials.
    Also available: Print – 2015
  • 2009 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Alf Lamprecht.
    Nanocarriers in drug delivery : design, manufacture and physicochemical properties / Christoph Schmidt and Alf Lamprecht -- Transport across biological barriers / Noha Nafee, Vivekanand Bhardwaj and Marc Schneider -- Targeting approaches / Sandrine Cammas-Marion -- Nanoscale cancer therapeutics / Yann Pellequer and Alf Lamprecht -- Nanotherapeutics for skin diseases / Nicolas Atrux-Tallau, Françoise Falson and Fabrice Pirot -- Nanoparticles for oral vaccination / Juan M. Irache, Hesham H. Salman, Sara Gómez and Carlos Gamazo -- Nanoparticles : therapeutic approaches for bacterial diseases / Brice Moulari -- Nanoparticle therapy in parasites diseases : possibility and reality! / Malika Larabi -- Nanocarriers in the therapy of inflammatory disease / Alf Lamprecht.
  • 2012 Springer Protocols
    edited by Joshua Reineke.
    Historical overview of nanotechnology and nanotoxicology -- Characterization of nanomaterials for toxicological studies -- Methods for understanding the interaction between nanoparticles and cells -- Single-cell gel electrophoresis (comet) assay in nano-genotoxicology -- Single-cell nanotoxicity assays of superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles -- Western blot analysis -- Application of reverse transcription-PCR and real-time PCR in nanotoxicity research -- Deriving TC(50) values of nanoparticles from electrochemical monitoring of lactate dehydrogenase activity indirectly -- Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay of IL-8 production in response to silver nanoparticles -- Metabolomics techniques in nanotoxicology studies -- Nanoparticle uptake measured by flow cytometry -- Determining biological activity of nanoparticles as measured by flow cytometry -- Whole cell impedance biosensoring devices -- Free energy calculation of permeant-membrane interactions using molecular dynamics simulations -- Screening of fullerene toxicity by hemolysis assay -- Assessment of in vitro skin irritation potential of nanoparticles: RHE model -- In vivo methods of nanotoxicology -- The luminescent bacteria test to determine the acute toxicity of nanoparticle suspensions -- The primacy of physicochemical characterization of nanomaterials for reliable toxicity assessment: A review of the zebrafish nanotoxicology model -- Application of embryonic and adult zebrafish for nanotoxicity assessment -- Applications of subsurface microscopy -- Application of ICP-MS for the study of disposition and toxicity of metal-based nanomaterials -- Quantitative nanoparticle organ disposition by gel permeation chromatography -- Physiologically based pharmacokinetic modeling for nanoparticle toxicity study -- Biophysical methods for assessing plant responses to nanoparticle exposure -- In vivo nanotoxicity assays in plant models.
  • 2014 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Nancy A. Monteiro-Riviere and C. Lang Tran.
    Introduction to biomedical nanotechnology / Dorothy Farrell, George Hinkal, and Piotr Grodzinksi -- Impact of bionanointeractions of engineered nanoparticles for nanomedicine / Stefania Sabella -- Rational approach for the safe design of nanomaterials / Anna L. Costa -- Characterization of manufactured nanomaterials, dispersion, and exposure for toxicological testing / Keld A. Jensen, Giulio Pojana and Dagmar Bilanič̌ová -- Workplace inhalation exposure to engineered nanomaterials: detection, measurement, and assessment / Martie van Tongeren, Araceli Sánchez Jiménez, and Derk Brouwer -- Nanotechnology in consumer products: addressing potential health and safety implications for consumers / Treye A. Thomas -- Quantitative nanostructure-activity relationships : from unstructured data to predictive models for designing nanomaterials with controlled properties / Denis Fourches and Alexander Tropsha -- Pharmacokinetics and biodistribution of nanomaterials / Jim E. Riviere -- Advanced methodologies and techniques for assessing nanomaterial toxicity : from manufacturing to nanomedicine screening / Adriele Prina-Mello, Bashir M. Mohamed, Navin K. Verma, Namrata Jain, and Yuri Volkkov -- Detection methods for the in vivo biodistribution of iron oxide and silica nanoparticles : effects of size, surface chemistry, and shape / Heather A. Enright and Michael A. Malfatti -- Quantitative single-cell approaches to assessing nanotoxicity in nanomedicine systems / James F. Leary -- Imaging techniques for nanoparticles in skin / Tarl W. Prow -- Safety implications of nanomaterial exposure to skin / Nancy A. Monteiro-Riviere -- Interspecies comparisons of pulmonary responses to fine and/or nanoscale particulates : relevance for humans of particle-overload responses in the rat model / David B. Warheit and Kenneth L. Reed -- Current in vitro models for nanomaterial testing in pulmonary systems / Sonja Boland, Sandra Vranic, Roel Schins, and Tobias Stöger -- Nanoparticles and the immune system / Bengt Fadeel and Diana Boraschi -- Carbon nanotubes and cardiovascular disease / Peter Moøller, Cao Yi, Lise K. Vesterdal, Pernille H. Danielsen, Martin Roursgaard, Henrik Klingberg, Daniel V. Christopherson, and Steffen Loft -- Single- and multiwalled carbon nanotubes toxicity and potential applications in neuroregeneration / Fariborz Tavangarian, Guoqiang Li, and Yiyao Li -- Current in vitro models for nanomaterial testing : the reproductive system / Gary R. Hutchinson and Bryony L. Ross -- Current in vitro models or nanomaterial testing : genotoxicity issues / Laetitia Gonzalez, Sara Corradi, and Micheline Kirsch-Volders -- Cell-based targeting of anticancer nanomaterials to tumors / Matt Basel, Tej Shrestha, Hongwang Wang, and Stefan Bossmann -- Silver nanoparticles in biomedical applications / Meghan E. Samberg and Nancy A. Monteiro-Riviere -- Cytotoxicity of conjugated and unconjugated semiconductor and metal nanoparticles / Jay Nadeau -- Issues related to risk assessment of nanomaterials / Maureen R. Gwinn -- Risk assessment of engineered nanomaterials : state of the art and roadmap for future research / Danail Hristozov, Laura MacCalman, Keld A. Jensen, Vicki Stone, Janeck Scott-Fordsmand, Bernd Nowack, Teresa Fernandes, and Antonio Marcomini.
  • 2002 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Gordon R. Hanks.
  • 2016 Springer
    Meeta Goswami, S.R. Pandi-Perumal, Michael J. Thorpy, editors.
    Section I -- Etiology -- 1. The Genetics of Narcolepsy -- 2. Orexin (Hypocretin) and Narcolepsy -- 3. Precipitants of Narcolepsy: Vaccines and Infections -- Section II -- Clinical Considerations -- 4. Epidemiology of Narcolepsy -- 5. Diagnostic Criteria and Delay in Diagnosis of Narcolepsy -- 6. Narcolepsy in Childhood -- 7. Narcolepsy in the Older Adult -- 8. Hypnagogic Hallucinations and Sleep Paralysis -- 9. Symptomatic Narcolepsy or Hypersomnia, with and without Hypocretin (Orexin) Deficiency -- 10. Hypersomnias Other than Narcolepsy: Differential Diagnosis -- 11. Narcolepsy and Other Comorbid Medical Illnesses -- 12. Sleep Disorders Comorbidities in Narcolepsy and their Management -- 13. Neuroimaging of Narcolepsy -- Section III -- Psychosocial Considerations -- 14. Quality of Life and Psychosocial Issues in Narcolepsy: Implications for Management -- 15. Narcolepsy, Intimacy and Sexuality -- 16. Memory and Cognition in Narcolepsy -- 17. Psychoanalysis and Narcolepsy -- 18. Dreaming in Narcolepsy -- 19. Narcolepsy and Mental Illness -- 20. Narcolepsy, Driving and Traffic Safety -- Section IV -- Management -- 21. Overview of Management of Narcolepsy -- 22. Modes of Action of Drugs Related to Narcolepsy: Pharmacology of Wake-Promoting Compounds and Anticataplectics -- 23. Modafinil/Armodafinil in the Treatment of Narcolepsy -- 24. Sodium Oxybate in the Treatment of Narcolepsy -- 25. Pregnancy and Anaesthesia in Narcolepsy -- 26. Emerging Treatments for Narcolepsy -- 27. Behavioral and Non-Pharmacological Management of Narcolepsy -- Section V -- Health Care Delivery and Medico-Legal Considerations -- 28. Narcolepsy and Developmental Disability -- 29. Succeeding in School and in the Workplace with Narcolepsy -- 30. Medico-Legal Aspects of Disability in Narcolepsy -- 31. The Affordable Care Act and the Future of Sleep Medicine.
  • 2010 Springer
    Meeta Goswami, S.R. Pandi-Perumal, Michael J. Thorpy, editors.
    Etiology -- Narcolepsy: genetic predisposition and pathophysiology -- Animal models of narcolepsy: development, findings and perspectives -- Neuroimaging of narcolepsy -- Clinical considerations -- Epidemiology of narcolepsy -- Narcolepsy in childhood -- Narcolepsy in the older adult -- Diurnal and nocturnal sleep in narcolepsy with cataplexy -- Hypnagogic hallucinations and sleep paralysis -- REM sleep behavior disorder in narcolepsy with cataplexy -- Narcolepsy and other comorbid medical illnesses -- Humor processing in human narcolepsy with cataplexy -- Dreams in patients with narcolepsy -- Psychoanalysis and narcolepsy -- Symptomatic narcolepsy or hypersomnia, with and without hypocretin (orexin) deficiency -- Hypersomnias other than narcolepsy: differential diagnosis -- Psychosocial considerations -- Psychosocial impact of narcolepsy in children and adolescents -- Quality of life and psychosocial issues in narcolepsy -- Narcolepsy, intimacy and sexuality -- Narcolepsy, driving and traffic safety -- Memory and cognition in narcolepsy -- Medico-legal aspects of disability in narcolepsy -- Narcolepsy and mental health -- Management -- Overview of management of narcolepsy -- Modes of action of drugs related to narcolepsy: pharmacology of wake-promoting compounds and anticataplectics -- Modafinil/Armodafinil in the treatment of narcolepsy -- Sodium oxybate in the treatment of narcolepsy -- Emerging treatments for narcolepsy -- Non-pharmacologic treatments of narcolepsy.
  • 2007
    edited by Claudio L. Bassetti, Michel Billiard, Emmanuel Mignot.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2011 Springer
    Christian R. Baumann, Claudio L. Bassetti, Thomas E. Scammell, editors.
    pt. 1. Etiology of narcolepsy -- pt. 2. Neurochemistry of narcolepsy -- pt. 3. The role of the hypocretins in sleep-wake regulation -- pt. 4. The key role of the hypothalamus -- pt. 5. Reward, addiction, emotions and the hypocretin system -- pt. 6. REM sleep dysregulation and motor abnormalities in narcolepsy -- pt. 7. The border lands of narcolepsy -- pt. 8. The diagnosis of narcolepsy and the assessment of fitness to drive -- pt. 9. Treatment of narcolepsy.
  • 2010 Springer
    Kate C. McLean, Monisha Pasupathi, editors.
    The need to establish a narrative self reaches an important peak during adolescence as teens work to understand life events and establish their self-identity. This book examines narrative development during adolescence in depth, focusing on both stable and at-risk youth as they construct, organize and tell their life stories.
  • 2016 Springer
    Maria Giulia Marini.
    Evidence-based medicine and narrative medicine: a harmonic couple -- Bridging from mythology to contemporary care: the art of listening -- Bridging from oral tradition to writing: the art of empathy -- The Tower of Babel: the language of physicians, patients, and providers of care -- Patient's narrative as a probe for successful coping -- The muted desire for well-being and the abuse of the word "normality" in medicine -- Bridging the gap between personalization of care and research -- The place of illness-centred movies in medical humanities -- Designing health care based on patient's needs and rights -- Building a bridge between economic investment and medical humanities: the fears to overcome -- A selection of narratives -- Glossary: a tool to bridge the gap between medical humanities, medical science, health-care organization, and health-care economics.
  • 2013 Springer
    T. Metin Önerci, editor.
    Nasal physiology and pathophysiology is a relatively neglected area, yet without a deep knowledge of the physiology it is impossible to understand the impact of structural changes and the process of disease development or to make sound treatment decisions. With the help of numerous tables, schematic drawings, and color photographs, this book will enable the reader to understand the nasal physiology and pathophysiology in detail. All four functions of the nose -- respiration, defense, olfaction, and cosmesis -- are covered. Each chapter addresses one important aspect in an accessible way, and each is written by an acknowledged expert on the topic under consideration. The various techniques of clinical evaluation of nasal function are fully discussed, and current trends and future directions in nasal physiologic research are also explored. This book will be of value to both practicing otorhinolaryngologists and novices in the field.
  • 2010 Springer
    T. Metin Önerci, Berrylin J. Ferguson (eds.).
  • 2008 ClinicalKey
    Frederick J. Menick.
    A nasal reconstruction authority shows you how to obtain the best outcomes and repair unsatisfactory results from former surgeries. In addition to presenting the latest principles and techniques, this new resource also examines evolving concepts and methods, keeping you at the forefront of today's practice. The book emphasizes the restoration of nasal defects, from simple to complex, and achieving normal appearance and function. Comprehensive coverage of all nasal injuries and available surgical methods, both cutting edge as well as older, established approaches, help you choose the best approach for each patient and situation. Full-color clinical photos offer real-life clinical views of conditions and step-by-step surgical results.
  • 2005 Springer
    K. Okita (ed.).
  • 2013 Springer
    edited by Pierre Busson.
    Diagnosis and clinical evaluation of nasopharyngeal carcinoma / Alan Soo-Beng Khoo and Kin-Choo Pua -- Histopathological diagnosis of nasopharyngeal carcinoma : looking beyond the blue book / John Nicholls and Gerald Niedobitek -- Descriptive, environmental and genetic epidemiology of nasopharyngeal carcinoma/ -- Bing-jian feng -- Epstein-Barr virus and the pathogenesis of nasopharyngeal carcinomas / Claire Gourzones, Pierre Busson and Nancy Raab-Traub -- Acquired genetic and epigenetic alterations in nasopharyngeal carcinoma / Kwok-Wai Lo, Grace Tin-Yun Chung and Ka-Fai To -- Cellular interactions in nasopharyngeal carcinomas / Claire Gourzones ... [et al.] -- Biological tools for NPC population screening and disease monitoring / Claire Gourzones ... [et al.] -- Medical imaging of nasopharyngeal carcinomas : current tools and applications / François Bidault -- Radiotherapy of NPC : current strategies and perspectives / John Kim -- The evolving role of systemic therapy in nasopharyngeal carcinoma : current strategies and perspectives / Edwin P. Hui and Anthony T.C. Chan -- Nasopharyngeal carcinoma immunotherapy current strategies and perspectives / Corey Smith and Rajiv Khanna -- Therapeutic induction of apoptosis in nasopharyngeal carcinoma / Carlo Bastianutto ... [et al.].
    Also available: Print – 2013
  • 2015 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Stuart H. Orkin, David E. Fisher, David Ginsburg, A. Thomas Look, Samuel E. Lux, David G. Nathan.
    Anatomy and physiology of hematopoiesis -- The neonatal erythrocyte and its disorders -- Immune hemolytic disease -- Neonatal jaundice and disorders of bilirubin metabolism -- Hemostasis in the newborn and infant -- Acquired aplastic anemia and pure red cell aplasia -- Inherited bone marrow failure syndromes -- Principles of bone marrow and stem cell transplantation -- Diagnostic approach to the anemic patient -- Megaloblastic anemia -- Disorders of iron and copper metabolism, the sideroblastic anemias, and lead toxicity -- Porphyrias -- Autoimmune hemolytic anemia -- Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria -- Red cell membrane -- Disorders of the red cell membrane -- Pyruvate kinase deficiency and disorders of glycolysis -- Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency -- Normal and abnormal hemoglobins -- Sickle cell disease -- Thalassemias -- Phagocyte system and disorders of granulopoiesis and granulocyte function -- Immune response -- Primary immunodeficiency diseases -- Lysosomal storage diseases -- Platelets and the vessel wall -- Blood coagulation -- Molecular basis of fibrinolysis -- Approach to the child with a suspected bleeding disorder -- Inherited platelet disorders -- Hemophilia and von Willebrand disease -- Rare hereditary coagulation factor abnormalities -- Inherited disorders of thrombosis and fibrinolysis -- Acquired platelet defects -- Acquired disorders of hemostasis -- Transfusion medicine -- Hematologic manifestations of systemic diseases -- Hematologic manifestations of systemic diseases in children of the developing world -- Origins and evolution of pediatric cancers -- Epidemiology of leukemia in childhood -- Informatics -- Genetic predisposition to cancer -- Genetics and epigenetics of childhood cancers -- Targeted therapies in oncology -- Cytogenetic and molecular pathology of pediatric cancer -- Cancer chemotherapy for pediatric patients -- Immunotherapy of cancer -- Pediatric radiation oncology -- Pediatric surgical oncology -- Acute lymphoblastic leukemia -- Pediatric myeloid leukemia, myelodysplasia, and myeloproliferative disease -- Infant leukemias -- Pediatric lymphoma -- Neuroblastoma -- Pediatric renal tumors -- Retinoblastoma -- Tumors of the brain and spinal cord -- Hepatoblastoma and other liver tumors in children -- Rhabdomyosarcoma -- Nonrhabdomyosarcoma soft tissue sarcomas and other soft tissue tumors -- Ewing sarcoma -- Osteosarcoma -- Pediatric germ cell tumors -- Histiocytoses -- Rare tumors of childhood -- Imaging in the evaluation and management of childhood cancer -- Infectious disease in the pediatric cancer patient -- Oncologic emergencies -- Nursing care of patients with childhood cancer -- Palliative care in pediatric oncology -- Symptom management in children with cancer -- Childhood cancer survivorship -- Psychosocial care of the child and family -- Ethical considerations in pediatric oncology clinical trials -- Reference values in infancy and childhood.
  • 2009 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Stuart H. Orkin, A. Thomas Look, David G. Nathan ... [et al.].
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • 2009 ScienceDirect
    Hanns-Christian Gunga.
  • Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research Advisory Committee, Board on Life Sciences, Division on Earth and Life Studies, Board on Health Sciences Policy, Institute of Medicine, National Research Council and Institute of Medicine of the National Academies.
    Introduction -- Applicability of the guidelines to non-embryonic human pluripotent stem cells -- Clarification of the meaning of "proper notification" -- 1.3(a) hES cell research permissible after currently mandated reviews -- Public openness and ESCRO committee audits -- 2.0 Establishment of an institutional embryonic stem cell research oversight committee -- Clarification of policy regarding reimbursement for oocyte donors.
  • "The National Atlas of the United States of America will include four distinct products. In addition to having high-quality, small-scale maps, the atlas will include authoritative digital national geospatial and geostatistical data sets. Examples of geospatial data include soils, boundaries, volcanoes, and principal aquifers. Crime patterns, population distribution, and incidence of disease are examples of geostatistical data. This information is tied to specific geographic areas and is categorized and indexed using different methods, such as county, State, and zip code boundaries or geographic coordinates like latitude and longitude. These data will be collected and integrated to a consistent set of standards to support analysis. The atlas will also include easy-to use software for data display, query, and custom information and map making. The product will include hot links to atlas sites on the WWW. More up-to-date, real-time, and regional data will be served by means of the WWW. Descriptive information, marketing products and software programs will also be delivered via the WWW"--About the Atlas screen.
  • Developed as a guide for organizations, associations, and agencies to plan strategies to help people age 50 and older increase their physical activity.
  • 2010 NAP
    Committee on Cancer Clinical Trials and the NCI Cooperative Group Program, Board on Health Care Services.
    Introduction -- The science of developing cancer therapy -- Operations, oversight, and funding of cancer clinical trials -- Physician and patient participation in cancer clinical trials.
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    Worldwide, the application of information and communication technologies to support national health-care services is rapidly expanding and increasingly important. This is especially so at a time when all health systems face stringent economic challenges and greater demands to provide more and better care, especially to those most in need. The National eHealth Strategy Toolkit is an expert, practical guide that provides governments, their ministries and stakeholders with a solid foundation and method for the development and implementation of a national eHealth vision, action plan and monitoring framework. All countries, whatever their level of development, can adapt the Toolkit to suit their own circumstances. Representing one of the most significant collaborations in recent years between the World Health Organization and the International Telecommunication Union, the Toolkit is a landmark in understanding what eHealth is, what it can do, and why and how it should be applied to health care today.
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    Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
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    v. 3, 2010 Springer
    edited by Vassil St. Georgiev, Karl A. Western, John J. McGowan.
    v. 1. Frontiers in research -- v. 2. Impact on Global Health -- v. 3. Intramural research.
  • 2013 ScienceDirect
    2013 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Scott J. Gilbert, Daniel E. Weiner ; associate editors, Debbie S. Gipson, Mark A. Perazella, Marcello Tonelli.
    Overview of kidney function and structure -- Kidney development -- Assessment of glomerular filtration rate in acute and chronic settings -- Urinalysis and urine microscopy -- Hematuria and proteinuria -- Kidney imaging -- Hyponatremia and hypoosmolar disorders -- Hypernatremia -- Edema and the clinical use of diuretics -- Disorders of potassium metabolism -- Disorders of mineral matabolism: calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium -- Approach to acid-base disorders -- Metabolic acidosis -- Metabolis alkalosis -- Respiratory acidosis and alkalosis -- Glomerular clinicopathologic syndromes -- Minimal change disease -- Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis -- Membranous nephropathy -- Immunoglobulin A nephropathy and related disorders -- Goodpasture syndrome and other antiglomerular basement membrane diseases -- Postinfectious glomerulonephritis -- Kidney involvement in systemic vasculitis -- Kidney manifestations of systemic lupus erythematosus -- Pathogenesis, pathophysiology, and treatment of diabetic nephropathy -- Dysproteinemias and amyloidosis -- Thrombotic microangiopathies -- Viral nephropathies: human immunodeficiency virus, hepatitis C virus and hepatitis B virus -- Acute cardiorenal syndrome -- Hepatorenal syndrome and other liver-related kidney deseases -- Kidney incancers -- Pathophysiology of acute kidney injury -- Clinical approach to the diagnosis of acute kidney injury -- Acute tubular injury and tubular necrosis -- Acute interstitial nephritis -- Management of acute kidney injury -- Kidney disease causes by therapeutic agents -- Principles of drug therapy in patients with reduced kidney function -- Genetically based renal transport disorders -- Sickle cell nephropathy -- Polycystic and other cystic kidney diseases -- Nephronophthisis and medullary cystic kidney disease -- Alport syndrome and related disorders -- Fabry diseases -- Chronic tubulointerstitial disease -- Obstructive uropathy -- Nephrolithiasis -- Urinary tract infection and pylenonephritis -- Kidney in infants and children -- Kidney in pregnancy -- Kidney disease in the elderly -- Pathophysiology of chronic kidney diseases -- Staging and management of chronic kidney disease -- Nutrition and kidney diseases -- Bone disorders in chronic kidney disease -- Cardiac function and cardiovascular disease in chronic kidney disease -- Anemia and other hematologic complications of chronic kidney disease -- Hemodialysis -- Peritoneal dialysis -- Outcomes of kidney replacement therapies -- Selection of prospective kidney transplant recipients and donors -- Posttransplantation monitoring and oucomes -- Immunosuppression in transplantation -- Infectious complications of kidney transplantation -- Pathogenesis of hypertension -- Evaluation and management of hypertension -- Secondary hypertension.
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    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
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    Sam D. Shemie, Andrew J. Baker, Greg Knoll ...[et al.].
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    Division of Health Resources Utilization Statistics.
    Also available: Print – 1977-
  • Google Books
    Also available: Print – 2000
    Also available: Print – <2002>
  • 2010
    edited by Leiyu Shi, Douglas A. Singh.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Health outcomes -- Conceptual framework of health determinants -- Social determinants of health -- Behavioral determinants of health -- Biological determinants of health -- The health workforce -- Health care financing -- Medical technology -- Organization of health care -- The public health system -- Primary care -- Inpatient and tertiary care -- Long-term and community care -- Mental health care -- Non-medical interventions -- Medical interventions -- Lessons from abroad -- The future of health care delivery.
  • 2006 Springer
    Aldo Clerico, Michele Emdin (eds.) ; foreword by Luigi Donato.
  • 2009 Wiley
    Julien I.E. Hoffman.
    Part 1. Introduction -- Chapter 1. Practical and Theoretical Considerations, p. 1-17 -- Chapter 2. Associated Noncardiac Problems, p. 18-22 -- Part 2. Surgical Procedures -- Chapter 3. Aortopulmonary Shunts, p. 23-32 -- Chapter 4. Banding the Pulmonary Artery, p. 33-36 -- Chapter 5. Valves and Conduits, p. 37-56 -- Chapter 6. “Single Ventricle” Repairs, p. 57-70 -- Chapter 7. Transplantation, p. 71-74-- Part 3. Left-to-Right Shunts - Section A. Aortic Origin -- Chapter 8. Patent Ductus Arteriosus, p. 75-92 -- Chapter 9. Anomalous Origin of One Pulmonary Artery from the Aorta (Hemitruncus), p. 93-96 -- Chapter 10. Aortopulmonary Window, p. 97-102 -- Chapter 11. Systemic Arteriovenous Fistula, p. 103-110 -- Chapter 12. Coronary Arterial Fistula, p. 111-120 -- Chapter 13. Congenital Aneurysms of the Sinus of Valsalva, p. 121-129-- Part 3. Left-to-Right Shunts - Section B. Ventricular or Atrial Origin -- Chapter 14. Atrial Septal Defect (Secundum), p. 131-156 -- Chapter 15. Partial Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Connection with an Intact Atrial Septum, p. 157-160 -- Chapter 16. Scimitar Syndrome, p. 161-166 -- Chapter 17. Ostium Primum Defect, p. 167-174 -- Chapter 18. Complete Atrioventricular Septal Defect, p. 175-182 -- Chapter 19. Isolated Ventricular Septal Defect, p. 183-205 -- Chapter 20. Congenitally Corrected Transposition of the Great Arteries, p. 206-217-- Part 4. Obstructive Lesions - Section C. Right Ventricular Outflow Tract -- Chapter 21. Pulmonary Stenosis, p. 219-233 -- Chapter 22. Double-Chambered Right Ventricle, p. 234-236 -- Chapter 23. Stenosis of the Main and Branch Pulmonary Arteries, p. 237-242-- Part 4. Obstructive Lesions - Section D. Left Ventricular Outflow Tract and Aorta -- Chapter 24. Valvar Aortic Stenosis, p. 243-263 -- Chapter 25. Bicuspid Aortic Valve without Stenosis, p. 264-276 -- Chapter 26. Supravalvar Aortic Stenosis, p. 277-281 -- Chapter 27. Discrete Subvalvar Aortic Stenosis, p. 282-290 -- Chapter 28. Coarctation of the Aorta, p. 291-317 -- Chapter 29. Interrupted Aortic Arch, p. 318-325-- Part 4. Obstructive Lesions - Section E. Left Ventricular Inflow Tract -- Chapter 30. Cor Triatriatum Sinister, p. 327-334 -- Chapter 31. Congenital Atresia or Stenosis of Pulmonary Veins, p. 335-340 -- Chapter 32. Congenital Mitral Valve Obstruction, p. 341-349-- Part 4. Obstructive Lesions - Section F. Regurgitant Lesions -- Chapter 33. Aortic Valve Regurgitation, p. 351-355 -- Chapter 34. Aortoventricular Tunnel, p. 356-358 -- Chapter 35. Mitral Valve Regurgitation, p. 359-363 -- Chapter 36. Tricuspid Valve Regurgitation, p. 364-367 -- Chapter 37. Idiopathic Pulmonary Regurgitation, p. 368-370-- Part 5. Miscellaneous Aortic Root Lesions -- Chapter 38. Anomalous Origin of a Coronary Artery from the Pulmonary Artery, p. 371-383 -- Chapter 39. Abnormal Origins of the Coronary Arteries from the Aortic Root, p. 384-400 -- Chapter 40. Vascular Rings and Slings, p. 401-409-- Part 6. Right-to-Left Shunts -- Chapter 41. Tetralogy of Fallot, p. 411-436 -- Chapter 42. Tetralogy of Fallot with Pulmonary Atresia, p. 437-445 -- Chapter 43. Tetralogy of Fallot with Absent Pulmonary Valve, p. 446-450 -- Chapter 44. Complete Transposition of the Great Arteries, p. 451-485 -- Chapter 45. Tricuspid Atresia, p. 486-493 -- Chapter 46. Pulmonary Atresia with Intact Ventricular Septum, p. 494-506 -- Chapter 47. Ebstein Anomaly, p. 507-518 -- Chapter 48. Truncus Arteriosus, p. 519-530 -- Chapter 49. Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome, p. 531-545 -- Chapter 50. Single (Double-Inlet) Ventricle, p. 546-555 -- Chapter 51. Double-Outlet Right or Left Ventricle, p. 556-565 -- Chapter 52. Total Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Connection, p. 566-578 -- Chapter 53. Heterotaxy Syndromes, p. 579-586 -- Chapter 54. Pulmonary Arteriovenous Fistula, p. 587-594 -- Chapter 55. Eisenmenger Syndrome, p. 595-604.
  • v.1-2=, 2008 Springer
    edited by Frank Petersen and René Amstutz.
  • 2015 Springer
    Neville Vassallo, editor.
    This edited volume concerns a group of devastating neurological disorders that share a common pathological mechanism, namely the aggregation and deposition of insoluble, proteinaceous lesions, termed 'amyloid'. Examples of cerebral amyloid disorders include common neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's disease-related dementia and Parkinson's disease, as well as other less prevalent conditions like Huntington's disease, cerebral amyloid angiopathy and the transmissible prion disorders. A disease-modifying therapeutic agent is still lacking for all these diseases, and there are no approved therapies that target amyloid formation directly. Nevertheless, a large and complex group of natural aromatic compounds known as polyphenols are rapidly emerging as potentially potent anti-amyloidogenic agents. This book collectively presents a considerable body of experimental and epidemiological evidence from peer-reviewed scientific publications that support a role for natural compounds and herbal extracts in the chemoprevention and therapy of amyloidogenic disorders. Each contribution is written by scientific experts in the relevant field; chapters are devoted to Mediterranean diet and olive oil phenols, traditional Chinese medicine, herbal extracts, polyphenols (with a particular emphasis on epigallocatechin-3-gallate) and bi-flavonoids, amongst others. The topic of this book is relevant to a wide audience, from academia and university students in the biological and chemical sciences, to physicians and allied health professionals, as well as people working in the nutraceutical industry.
    Also available: Print – 2015
  • 2014 ScienceDirect
    edited by Aftab A. Ansari, Guido Silvestri.
  • 2005 ScienceDirect
    volume editors, Lóránd Bertók, Donna A. Chow.
  • 2009
    Janelle Ann Olson.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2016 Springer
    Eric Vivier, James Di Santo, Alessandro Moretta, editors.
    Transcriptional control of NK cells -- Development, homeostasis, and heterogeneity of NK cells -- Diversification and functional specialization of human NK cell subsets -- Dynamic regulation of NK cell responsiveness -- NK cells and cancer immunoediting -- Sweet is the memory of past troubles: NK cells remember -- Lessons from NK cell definiencies in the mouse -- Probing human NK cell biology using human immune system (HIS) mice -- Haploidentical haematopoietic stem cell transplantation: role of NK cells and effect of cytomegalovirus infections -- The past, present, and future of NK cells in hematopoietic cell transplantation and adoptive transfer -- Index.
  • 2010 Springer
    Jacques Zimmer, editor.
  • 2010 ScienceDirect
    editors, Michael T. Lotze, Angus W. Thomson.
    Chapter 1, Developmental stages and pathways of NK cell maturation / Bartosz Grzywacz, Jeffery S. Miller, Michael R. Verneris -- Chapter 2. Developmental origins of thymus-derived natural killer cells / James R. Carlyle, Juan C. Zúñiga-Pflücker -- Chapter 3. Interferon-producing killer dendritic cells (IKDC) / Franck Housseau -- Chapter 4. Natural killer cells in cancer / Petter Höglund, Hans-Gustaf Ljunggren -- Chapter 5. NK cell immune recognition: NKG2D ligands and stressed cells / Carlos López-Larrea, Alejandro López-Soto, Segundo González -- Chapter 6. NK cell KIR heterogeneity and evolution / Makoto Yawata, Nobuyo Yawata -- Chapter 7. Signalling events in natural killer cells / P.K. Epling-Burnette, Sheng Wei, Julie Y. Djeu -- Chapter 8. Human natural killer cell development / Edward L. Briercheck, Aharon G. Freud, Michael A. Caligiuri -- Chapter 9. Isolation, culture and propagation of natural killer cells / Michael Magee, Lazar N. Vujanovic, Lisa H. Butterfield, Nikola L. Vujanovic -- Chapter 10. The localization and migration of natural killer cells in health and disease / Vasileios Bekiaris, Peter J.L. Lane -- Chapter 11. Receptors on NK cells / Noam Stern-Ginossar, Ofer Mandelboim -- Chapter 12. Development and testing of NK cell lines / Hans Klingemann -- Chapter 13. NK cell-derived cytokines and delivery: NK cell synapses / Claudia Semino, Anna Rubartelli -- Chapter 14. NK cells as recipients of cytokine signals / Tara J. Loux, Michael T. Lotze, Herbert J. Zeh III -- Chapter 15. NK cells and chemokines / Angela Gismondi, Giovanni Bernardini, Angela Santoni -- Chapter 16. Natural killer cytolytic activity / Lesley R. de Armas, Eckhard R. Podack -- Chapter 17. Illuminating intranodal natural killer cell behaviour using two-photon microscopy / Kym R. Garrod, Michael D. Cahalan -- Chapter 18. Dendritic cells and NK cells / Amy K. Wesa, Robbie B. Mailliard -- Chapter 19. NK and NKT cells: The innate-adaptive interface including humoral responses / Jeff Subleski, Jonathan M. Weiss, Robert H. Wiltrout, John R. Ortaldo -- Chapter 20. NK cell and endothelial cell interactions / Angela Gismondi, Claudia Carlino, Helena Stabile, Angela Santoni -- Chapter 21. Natural killer cell/epithelial interactions / Taisuke Ito, Masao Takei, Ralf Paus -- Chapter 22. NK cell-T cell interactions / Benedict J. Chambers -- Chapter 23. NK cells and NKT cells in cutaneous disorders / Anna Balato, Anthony A. Gaspari -- Chapter 24. Natural killer cells in the respiratory tract / Borna Mehrad -- Chapter 25. Intestinal natural killer cells / Martin R. Goodier -- Chapter 26. Natural killer cells in the liver / Shiguang Qian, Jia Fan, Shuang-Jian Qiu, Yong-sheng Xiao, Lina Lu -- Chapter 27. Natural killer cells in the spleen and lymph node / Alex Karlsson-Parra -- Chapter 28. Nature killer cells in the central nervous system / Fu-Dong Shi, Richard M. Ransohoff -- Chapter 29. NK cells in the eye / Jerry Y. Niederkorn -- Chapter 30. NK cells and reproduction / Ashley Moffett, Victoria H. Male -- Chapter 31. Identification of natural killer cells in tissues and their isolation / Paolo Carrega, Erika Montalto, Guido Ferlazzo -- Chapter 32. Natural killer cell immune regulation: Coordination of immune function in tissues / Lorenzo Moretta, Alessandro Moretta -- Chapter 33. Natural killer cells and transplantation / Benjamin M. Matta, Angus W. Thomson -- Chapter 34. Natural killer cells and autoimmunity / Christian Münz -- Chapter 35. Interaction of NK cells with bacteria / Kenji Chamoto, Daiko Wakita, Shinichi Koizumi, Kazutaka Masuko, Takayuki Ikeda, Rieko Mitamura, Takashi Nishimura -- Chapter 36. Natural killer cells and human immunodeficiency virus / Domenico Mavilio, Anne Hosmalin, Daniel Scott-Algara -- Chapter 37. Cytomegalovirus infection and NK cells / Jerome D. Coudert, Christopher E. Andoniou, Mariapia A. Degli-Esposti -- Chapter 38. Natural killer cells in allergy / Syh-Jae Lin, Yen-Chang Lee, Dah-Chin Yan, Ming-Ling Kuo -- Chapter 39. Natural killer cells in wound healing / Jussi Liippo, Mervi Toriseva, Veli-Matti Kähäri -- Chapter 40. Natural killer cells in atherosclerosis / Godfrey S. Getz, Catherine A. Reardon -- Chapter 41. Natural killer cells in leukaemia / Jérôme Rey, Cyril Fauriat, Alessandro Moretta, Régis Costello, Daniel Olive -- Chapter 42. Natural killer cells and allogeneic haematopoietic cell transplantation / Andrea Velardi -- Chapter 43. Clinical trials of NK cells for cancer / Sarah Cooley, Jeffrey S. Miller -- Chapter 44. Natural killer cells and hepatitis C virus infection / Michael A. Nalesnik, Tatsuya Kanto -- Chapter 45. Natural killer cells and the biology of parasitism / Marianne A. Bryan, Karen A. Norris -- Chapter 46. Lymphoproliferative disorders of natural killer cells / William G. Morice -- Chapter 47. Natural killer cell induction of tolerance / Lina Lu, Alexandra Y. Zhang, William L. Camp, Shiguang Qian -- Chapter 48. Genetic engineering of natural killer cells / Stephen R. Goding, Per H. Basse -- Chapter 49. NK cell-mediated target cell death / Beverly Z. Packard, Akira Komoriya, David S. Ucker -- Chapter 50. NK-cell tracking using non-invasive imaging modalities / Priyanka Jha, Verena Reinhart, Christiane Knopp, Siyuan Liu, Winfried S. Wels, Michael F. Wendland, Heike Daldrup-Link.
  • 2012 Springer
    Masaki Terabe, Jay A. Berzofsky, editors.
    Introduction : mechanisms of NKT-cell-mediated adjuvant activity and function of iPS-derived NKT cells / Masaru Taniguchi ... [et al.] -- Structure and recognition of antigens for invariant NKT cells / Bo Pei and Mitchell Kronenberg -- Invariant NKT cell-based vaccine strategies / John-Paul Jukes ... [et al.] -- Immune regulation of tumor immunity by NKT cells / Jessica J. O'Konek, Jay A. Berzofsky, and Masaki Terabe -- The regulation of CD1d+ and CD1d- tumors by NKT cells : the roles of NKT cells in regulating CD1d+ and CD1d- tumor immunity / Jianyun Liu, Gourapura J. Renukaradhya, and Randy R. Brutkiewicz -- DC-based immunotherapy targeting NKT cells / Shin-ichiro Fujii and Kanako Shimizu -- Therapeutic approaches utilising NKT cells / Stephen R. Mattarollo and Mark J. Smyth -- NKT cells or cancer patients and how models can inform therapeutic plans / Mark A. Exley, Lydia Lynch, and Michael Nowak -- Understanding the role of natural killer T cells in hematologic malignancies : progress and challenges / Natalia Neparidze and Madhav V. Dhodapkar -- Clinical trials with alpha-galactosylceramide (KRN7000) in advanced cancer / Famke L. Schneiders ... [et al.] -- Clinical trials of invariant natural killer T cell-based immunotherapy for cancer / Shinichiro Motohashi, Yoshitaka Okamoto, and Toshinori Nakayama.
  • pt. A-C, 2012. ScienceDirect
    pt. B ScienceDirect
    pt. C ScienceDirect
    edited by David A. Hopwood.
  • 2005 Springer
    edited by Lixin Zhang, Arnold L. Demain.
    Natural products and drug discovery / Arnold L. Demain and Lixin Zhang -- Integrated approaches for discovering novel drugs from microbial natural products / Lixin Zhang -- Automated analyses of HPLC profiles of microbial extracts: a new tool for drug discovery screening / Jose R. Tormo and Juan B. Garcia -- Manipulating microbial metabolites for drug discovery and production / C. Richard Hutchinson -- Improving drug discovery from microorganisms / Chris M. Farnet and Emmanuel Zazopoulos -- Developments in strain improvement technology: evolutionary engineering of industrial microorganisms through gene, pathway, and genome shuffling / Stephen B. del Cardayr -- The discovery of anticancer drugs from natural sources / David J. Newman and Gordon M. Cragg -- Case studies in natural product optimization: novel antitumor agents derived from Taxus brevifolia and Catharanthus roseus / Jian Hong and Shu-Hui Chen -- Terpenoids as therapeutic drugs and pharmaceutical agents / Guangyi Wang, Weiping Tang and Robert R. Bidigare -- Challenges and opportunities in the Chinese herbal drug industry / Wei Jia and Lixin Zhang -- Arsenic trioxide and leukemia: from bedside to bench / Guo-Qiang Chen ... [et al.] -- New methods to access microbial diversity for small molecule discovery / Karsten Zengler, Ashish Paradkar, and Martin Keller -- Accessing the genomes of uncultivated microbes for novel natural products / Asuncion Martinez ... [et al.] -- New natural product diversity from marine actinomycetes / Paul R. Jensen and William Fenical -- Novel natural products from rainforest endophytes / Gary Strobel, Bryn Daisy, and Uvidelio Castillo -- Biological, economic, ecological, and legal aspects of harvesting traditional medicine in Ecuador / Alexandra Guevara-Aguirre and Ximena Chiriboga.
  • 2013 Springer
    Frank E. Koehn, editor.
    Part 1. Natural Product Drugs and Cancer Therapeutics -- The Impact of Natural Products Upon Cancer Chemotherapy / A. Ganesan -- Identification and Development of Vascular Disrupting Agents: Natural Products That Interfere with Tumor Growth / Andrea T. Hooper, Frank Loganzo, Chad May and Hans-Peter Gerber -- Discodermolide: Past, Present, and Future / Ross E. Longley -- HDAC Inhibitors and Other Histone Modifying Natural Products as Emerging Anticancer Agents / Lilibeth A. Salvador and Hendrik Luesch -- Natural Product Cytotoxins as Payloads for Antibody Drug Conjugates / Frank E. Koehn -- Part 2. Advances in Natural Product Cancer Drug Discovery -- Natural Product Scaffolds in Cancer Therapy / Christian P. Mang and Lars Ole Haustedt -- The Role of Genetic Engineering in Natural Product-Based Anticancer Drug Discovery / Claudia Eva-Maria Unsin, Scott R. Rajski and Ben Shen -- Accessing Anti-cancer Natural Products by Plant Cell Culture / Lisa M. Leone and Susan C. Roberts -- Natural Products as Tools for Discovering New Cancer Targets / John A. Beutler.
  • 2015 Springer Protocols
    edited by Dagmar B. Stengel, Solène Connan.
    Marine algae: A source of biomass for biotechnological applications -- Structure and function of macroalgal natural products -- Spectrophotometric assays of major compounds extracted from algae -- Extraction and enrichment of protein from red and green macroalgae -- Extraction and purification of r-phycoerythrin from marine red algae -- Extraction and analysis of mycosporine-like amino acids in marine algae -- Extraction and purification of phlorotannins from brown algae -- Enzyme-enhanced extraction of antioxidant ingredients from algae -- Microwave-assisted extraction of fucoidan from marine algae -- Extraction and analysis of oxylipins from macroalgae illustrated on the example gracilaria vermiculophylla -- Lipids and fatty acids in algae: Extraction, fractionation into lipid classes, and analysis by gas chromatography coupled with flame ionization detector (GC-FD) -- HRMAS NMR analysis of algae and identification of molecules of interest via conventional 1d and 2d nmr: Sample preparation and optimization of experimental conditions -- Extraction, purification, and NMR analysis of terpenes from brown algae -- Extraction, isolation, and identification of sesquiterpenes from laurencia species -- The use of HPLC for the characterization of phytoplankton pigments -- Characterization of phlorotannins from brown algae by lc-hrms -- Analysis of betaines from marine algae using lc-ms-ms -- Analysis of marine biotoxins using lc-ms/ms -- Fucoidan analysis by tandem maldi-tof and esi mass spectrometry -- Determination of substitution patterns of galactans from green seaweeds of the bryopsidales -- Structural characterization of a hybrid carrageenan-like sulfated galactan from a marine red alga furcellaria lumbricalis -- Characterization of alginates by nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and vibrational spectroscopy (IR, NIR, RAMAN) in combination with chemometrics -- Imaging and identification of marine algal bioactive compounds by surface enhanced raman spectroscopy (SERS) -- In vitro protocols for measuring the antioxidant capacity of algal extracts -- Disk diffusion assay to assess the antimicrobial activity of marine algal extracts -- Screening of a marine algal extract for antifungal activities -- Protocol for assessing antifouling activities of macroalgal extracts.
  • 2006 CRCnetBASE
    [edited by] Leland J. Cseke ... [et al.].
  • 2012 Springer Protocols
    edited by Satyajit D. Sarker, Lutfun Nahar.
    An introduction to natural products isolation -- Initial and bulk extraction of natural products isolation -- Supercritical fluid extraction in natural products analyses -- Accelerated solvent extraction for natural products isolation -- Microwave-assisted extraction in natural products isolation -- An introduction to planar chromatography and its application to natural products isolation -- Isolation of natural products by low-pressure column chromatography -- Isolation of natural products by ion-exchange methods -- Separation of natural products by countercurrent chromatography -- Isolation of natural products by preparative high performance liquid chromatography (prep-HPLC) -- Isolation of natural products by preparative gas chromatography -- Hyphenated techniques and their applications in natural products analysis -- Extraction of plant secondary metabolites -- Isolation of marine natural products -- Isolation of microbial natural products -- Extraction and isolation of saponins -- Extraction and isolation of phenolic compounds -- Scaling-up of natural products isolation -- Follow-up of natural products isolation -- Natural products isolation in modern drug discovery programs.
  • 2006 Springer
    edited by Gad Loebenstein and John Peter Carr.
  • 2011
    Jared William Wenger.
    The processes by which the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae metabolizes carbon sources by both fermentation and respiration have been studied for more than a century. Yeast metabolism has been used both industrially, for the production of important molecules such as ethanol, and as a model for basic scientific research. Applied scientists have studied yeast metabolism to create and optimize novel metabolic phenotypes not naturally found in Saccharomyces yeasts. In parallel, basic scientists have used yeast as a model to understand fundamental processes such as evolutionary adaptation, as well as the pathways of carbon metabolism themselves. There are many unanswered questions in both of these fields, some of which I have addressed in this work. With respect to the industrial importance of yeast, I asked whether there are naturally existing Saccharomyces yeasts that can metabolize the five-carbon sugars important for lignocellulosic ethanol production (such as xylose), and, if so, what is the genetic basis for their phenotypes? Having characterized natural genetic variation in xylose metabolism, I also wanted to understand something more fundamental about how carbon metabolism can adapt, including the molecular nature of adaptations to selection on a limiting carbon source. Specifically, I asked what is the niche breadth of, and are there genetic trade-offs in, yeast that have been evolved under glucose-limitation? I have used a combination of classical genetics, physiology, and high-throughput genomics to answer these two questions. I have discovered novel xylose-utilizing Saccharomyces yeasts and have shed considerable light on the genetic basis for their phenotypes. In addition, I have discovered at least one trade-off for adaptation to limiting glucose, namely that amplification of the hexose-transporter genes HXT6 and HXT7 causes reduced fitness in carbon-rich environments. These two projects highlight two major spheres of Saccharomyces research, and they provide key answers to outstanding questions in both fields.
  • 2009 WHO
    edited by: James Atkinson... [et al.].
    This guideline defines ventilation and then natural ventilation. It explores the design requirements for natural ventilation in the context of infection control, describing the basic principles of design, construction, operation and maintenance for an effective natural ventilation system to control infection in health-care settings.
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • 2013 Springer
    Veda Eswarappa, Sujata K. Bhatia.
    This book advances biomedical innovations to address the plethora of health problems afflicting the developing world. A panoply of cultural, economic, infrastructural, and other factors prevent many interventions currently popular in the developed world from being similarly effective in the developing world. This book discusses less-traditional approaches, such as naturally based biomaterials and therapeutics, an area that has traditionally been overlooked but has also demonstrated impressive potential for health applications in recent years. This book explores precisely the kinds of applications which can enable countries like India to access more effective, inexpensive treatments while also taking more ownership of their healthcare technologies and innovations.
  • 2012 Springer
    edited by Hans U. Lutz.
    Naturally occurring IgM antibodies to oxidation-specific epitopes / Christoph J. Binder -- Naturally occurring autoantibodies to apoptotic cells / Keith B. Elkon and Gregg J. Silverman -- Naturally occurring antibodies directed against carbohydrate tumor antigens / Reinhard Schwartz-Albiez -- Naturally occurring antibodies as therapeutics for neurologic disease : can human monoclonal IgMs replace the limited resource IVIG? / Arthur E. Warrington ... [et al.] -- Nature and nurture of catalytic antibodies / Sudhir Paul ... [et al.] -- Naturally occurring autoantibodies in mediating clearance of senescent red blood cells / Hans U. Lutz -- Naturally occurring autoantibodies against ss-amyloid / Jan-Philipp Bach and Richard Dodel -- Multi-faceted role of naturally occurring autoantibodies in fighting pathogens / Hicham Bouhlal and Srini Kaveri -- Immunoregulation by naturally occurring and disease-associated autoantibodies : binding to cytokines and their role in regulation of T-cell responses / Claus H. Nielsen and Klaus Bendtzen -- Modulation of dendritic cells and regulatory T cells by naturally occurring antibodies / Jaap Kwekkeboom -- Control of B cells expressing naturally occurring autoantibodies / Jean Louis Pasquali and Thierry Martin -- Granulocyte death regulation by naturally occurring autoantibodies / Stephan Von Gunten and Hans-Uwe Simon -- Naturally occurring autoantibodies mediate ischemia/reperfusion-induced tissue injury / Sherry D. Fleming -- How immune complexes from certain IgG NAbs and any F(ab')2 can mediate excessive complement activation / Hans U. Lutz -- The natural autoantibody repertoire in newborns and adults : a current overview / Asaf Madi ... [et al.] -- Antibody polyspecificity : what does it matter? / Jordan D. Dimitrov, Anastas D. Pashov, Tchavdar L. Vassilev -- Positive and negative selection of natural autoreactive B cells / Richard R. Hardy and Kyoko Hayakawa -- Naturally occurring antibodies/autoantibodies in polyclonal immunoglobulin concentrates / Peter J. Späth and Hans U. Lutz.
    Also available: Print – 2012
  • 2006 CRCnetBASE
    edited by George T.H. Ellison, Alan H. Goodman.
  • 2008
    Betty R. Ferrell, Nessa Coyle.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Suffering and the practice of nursing -- Ethical and theological perspectives on the nature of suffering and the goals of nursing -- Contextual analysis of patient suffering -- The suffering of nurses -- What is the nature of suffering and the goals of nursing.
  • 1928-
    ... by Anthony Edward Langdon.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2006 Springer
    Jim O. Vigoreaux.
  • v. 1, 2000
    edited by Gideon Koren, Raafat Bishai.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2007 Springer
    James B. Stiehl ... [et al.].
  • 2007 Springer
    A. Schramm, N.-C. Gellrich, R. Schmelzeisen.
  • 2009/2010- NCAA, Free download available for PDFs.
  • 2013- NCBI Bookshelf
    editors, Jeffrey Beck [and thirteen others] ; reviewers, Kathi Canese [and five others] ; copy-editor, Stacy Lathrop.
    "The NCBI Handbook 2nd Edition is geared towards advanced users of NCBI resources to provide an understanding of how bioinformatics resources at NCBI work. It is not a step-by-step user manual but complements NCBI user guides, tutorials, help information, and other existing documentation. It is our intent that the handbook will reflect, to the extent possible, the current state of databases, resources, and tools at NCBI, with information updated periodically"--Resource home page.
  • NCBI Bookshelf
    [Diana Airozo ... et al.].
  • v. 16-, 2005- NCI
  • 2010
    [edited by] Rebecca Caldwell Oglesby.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Unit 1: Preparing for the NCLEX examination. -- Unit 2: Drugs and nursing implications. -- Unit 3: Universal principles of nursing care management. -- Unit 4: Adult nursing. -- Unit 5: Pediatric nursing. -- Unit 6: Maternity and female reproductive nursing. -- Unit 7: Psychiatric mental health nursing -- Appendix -- Comprehensive practice tests.
  • 2014
    Svante Pääbo.
    "What can we learn from the genes of our closest evolutionary relatives? Neanderthal Man tells the story of geneticist Svante Pääbo's mission to answer that question, beginning with the study of DNA in Egyptian mummies in the early 1980s and culminating in his sequencing of the Neanderthal genome in 2009. From Pääbo, we learn how Neanderthal genes offer a unique window into the lives of our hominin relatives and may hold the key to unlocking the mystery of why humans survived while Neanderthals went extinct. Drawing on genetic and fossil clues, Pääbo explores what is known about the origin of modern humans and their relationship to the Neanderthals and describes the fierce debate surrounding the nature of the two species' interactions. A riveting story about a visionary researcher and the nature of scientific inquiry, Neanderthal Man offers rich insight into the fundamental question of who we are"-- Provided by publisher.
  • 2013 Springer
    John G. Brock-Utne.
    Authored by ""a superb clinician and award-winning teacher, ""* Near Misses in Pediatric Anesthesiology, Second Edition is a thorough updating and significant expansion of this popular case book in the newest anesthesiology subspecialty to be approved by the American Board of Medical Specialties. The book comprises 87 true-story clinical ""near misses, "" including 40 cases that are brand new. Recommendations, references, and discussion accompany each case. The cases provide an ideal basis for problem-centered learning and also model how to learn from experience and to maintain professionalism.
  • 2001 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Ramesh Raghavachari.
  • 2011 ScienceDirect
    edited by César Fernández de las Peñas, Joshua A. Cleland, Peter A. Huijbregts.
    The first of its kind, Neck and Arm Pain Syndromes is a comprehensive evidence- and clinical-based book, covering research-based diagnosis, prognosis and management of neuromusculoskeletal pathologies and dysfunctions of the upper quadrant, including joint, muscle, myofascial and neural tissue approaches. It uniquely addresses the expanding role of the various health care professions which require increased knowledge and skills in screening for contra-indications and recognizing the need for medical-surgical referral. Neck and Arm Pain Syndromes also stresses the integration of experiential knowledge and a pathophysiologic rationale with current best evidence. the only one-stop guide for examination and treatment of the upper quadrant supported by accurate scientific and clinical-based data acknowledges the expanding direct access role of the various health professions both at the entry-level and postgraduate level addresses concerns among clinicians that research is overemphasized at the expense of experiential knowledge and pathophysiologic rationale multiple-contributed by expert clinicians and researchers with an international outlook covers diagnosis, prognosis and conservative treatment of the most commonly seen pain syndromes in clinical practice over 800 illustrations demonstrating examination procedures and techniques.
  • 2013 Springer Protocols
    edited by Kimberly McCall, Charles Klein.
    Cell death is an essential process in development, and a major contributor to a wide range of human diseases. Three major classifications of cell death, apoptosis, autophagic cell death and necrosis, have been described for years, and the existence of many more forms of cell death is now accepted. In, Necrosis: Methods and Protocols experts in the field provide a wide range of methods and techniques for the study of necrosis in vitro and in vivo. These include methods and techniques for the analysis of necrosis in mammalian cells, characterization of alternative forms of cell death: entosis and pyroptosis, and analysis of cell death in non-mammalian model sytems and mammalian tissues, including chapters on skin, brain, and heart. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series format, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and key tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. -- Publisher website.
  • v. 1-7, 1942-48.
    Rijnberk, Gérard van.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Contents -- 1. deel. Inleiding, organismale en algemeene physiologie -- 2. deel. Bloed en lymphe, ademhaling en spijsvertering -- 3. deel. Hart, bloedsomloop, voortplanting -- 5. deel. Centraal Zenuwstelsel.
  • 2011 Springer
    [editors] Rafi Ahmed, Tasuku Honjo, Editors.
    TIM-3 and its regulatory role in immune responses / Chen Zhu, Ana C. Anderson and Vijay K. Kuchroo -- Role of PD-1 in regulating T-cell immunity / Hyun-Tak Jin, Rafi Ahmed and Taku Okazaki -- The role of IL-10 in regulating immunity to persistent viral infections / Elizabeth B. Wilson and David G. Brooks -- Inhibitory Ly49 receptors on mouse natural killer cells / Mark T. Orr and Lewis L. Lanier -- Immunoregulatory roles for Fc receptor-like molecules / Götz R.A. Ehrhardt and Max D. Cooper -- Fc[gamma]Rs in health and disease / Falk Nimmerjahn and Jeffrey V. Ravetch -- TGF-[beta] function in immune suppression / Akihiko Yoshimura and Go Muto.
  • 2015
    Mary Moran, Nick Chapman, Lisette Abela-Oversteegen, Vipul Chowdhary, Anna Doubell, Christine Whittall, Rachel Howard, Penny Farrell, Dale Halliday, Catherine Hirst.
    In 2014, a reported $3,377m was invested in neglected disease R&D, consisting of $3,197m from repeat survey participants (called year-on-year -- YOY -- funders) and $179m from irregular survey participants. Total YOY funding for neglected disease R&D increased by $150m (up 4.9%), but this was entirely the result of significant new investment in Ebola R&D in response to the 2014 West African Ebola epidemic. Without Ebola, YOY funding for neglected disease R&D would have been essentially unchanged from 2013 (down $14m, -0.4%).
  • 2007
    Paul Hunt ; with the assistance of Rébecca Steward, Judith Bueno de Mesquita, Lisa Oldring.
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  • 2012 Springer
    by David Fairman, Diana Chigas, Elizabeth McClintock, Nick Drager.
    "In a new era of global health diplomacy, the most important tool for decision-making is negotiation. Globalization is binding countries, issues and people together as never before. In the domain of public health, traditional international concerns like the spread of infectious diseases have been joined by new concerns and challenges in managing the health impacts of trade and intellectual property rights, and by new opportunities to create effective global public health agreements and programs. To address the major health crises of today and to prevent or mitigate them in the future, countries must seek collective agreement and action within and across their borders. However, the world of international negotiation is not the world in which health decision-makers reside or are most comfortable. The goal of this guide is to provide health policy-makers with practical information and negotiation tools, to help them create better international health agreements and programs. "This is the best book I know to help health professionals develop the negotiation skills necessary to meet the challenges of global health diplomacy"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2013 Springer
    Christiane Stock, Anne Ellaway, editors.
    It has long been theorized that people living in poor areas have more health problems than their more advantaged peers. More recently, science has been testing this hypothesis, concentrating on the impact of the built environment on well-being and its contribution to health inequities.Neighbourhood Structure and Health Promotion offers sociology-based theory and evidence-based findings so readers may better understand the effects of place on health choices, behaviour, and outcomes. This international volume analyzes the complex relationships among neighbourhood conditions and characteristics,
  • 2012 Springer Protocols
    edited by Myron Christodoulides.
    Neisseria meningitidis: biology, microbiology, and epidemiology -- Classification and pathogenesis of meningococcal infections -- Detection of Neisseria meningitidis in cerebrospinal fluid using a multiplex PCR and the luminex detection technology -- Generating knock-out and complementation strains of Neisseria meningitidis -- Identification and functional characterization of sRNAs in Neisseria meningitidis -- Expression, purification, and crystallization of neisserial outer membrane proteins -- Genome-scale metabolic models: reconstruction and analysis -- TMT labelling for the quantitative analysis of adaptive responses in the meningococcal proteome -- Meningococcal ligands and molecular targets of the host -- In vivo imaging of meningococcal disease dynamics -- Methods for studying Neisseria meningitidis biofilms -- Laminar-flow chamber assay for measuring bacterial adhesion under shear stress -- Techniques to measure pilus retraction forces -- Human dendritic cell culture and bacterial infection -- Hydrogen-deuterium exchange coupled to mass spectrometry to investigate ligand-receptor interactions -- Visualising PAMP-PRR interactions using nanoscale imaging -- Transcriptome analyses in the interaction of Neisseria meningitidis with mammalian host cells -- Use of the pan-Neisseria microarray and experimental design for transcriptomics studies of Neisseria -- Analysis of parameters associated with prevention of cellular apoptosis by pathogenic Neisseriae and purified porins -- Analysis of the immune response to Nia meningitidis using a proteomics approach -- Antigen identification starting from the genome: a "reverse vaccinology" approach applied to MenB -- DNA vaccine strategy for effective antibody induction to pathogen-derived antigens.
  • 2011
    [edited by] Karen J. Marcdante, Robert M. Kliegman, Hal B. Jenson, Richard E. Behrman.
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  • 2006
    [edited by] Robert M. Kliegman ... [et al.].
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  • 2015 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Karen J. Marcdante, Robert M. Kliegman.
    Also available: Print – 2014
  • v. 1-8, 1927-.
    prepared under the direction of an advisory board comprising the leading surgeons in the profession ; editor-in-chief, Allen O. Whipple ... associate editor, Fordyce B. St. John ...
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    v. 8. Surgery of Nose and throat.
  • 2007
    Behrman, Richard E.; Jenson, Hal B.; Kliegman, Robert; Nelson, Waldo E.; Stanton, Bonita F.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2011
    [edited by] Robert M. Kliegman ... [et al.].
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  • 2016 ClinicalKey
    Robert M. Kliegman, Bonita Stanton, Joseph St. Geme, Nina F. Schor.
    After more than 75 years, Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics remains your indispensable source for definitive, state-of-the-art answers on every aspect of pediatric care. Embracing the new advances in science as well as the time-honored art of pediatric practice, this classic reference provides the essential information that practitioners and other care providers involved in pediatric health care throughout the world need to understand to effectively address the enormous range of biologic, psychologic, and social problems that our children and youth may face. Brand-new chapters and comprehensive revisions throughout-along with regular online updates personally selected by Dr. Kliegman-ensure that you have the most recent information on diagnosis and treatment of pediatric diseases based on the latest recommendations and methodologies.
  • 2007
    Stacey B. Day.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2014 Future Med
    editors, Mario Campone, Jean-Sébastien Frenel.
    Neoadjuvant therapy in breast cancer / Mario Campone & Jean-Sébastien Frenel -- Ask the experts : neoadjuvant therapy : current options / Mark Beresford -- Evaluation of complete pathologic response / Audrey Mailliez, Géraldine Lauridant-Philippin & Jacques M Bonneterre -- Recommendation and predictors of pathologic response / Vladimir F. Semiglazov & Vladislav V. Semiglazov -- Combination chemotherapy and targeted agents / Victoria Brown & Stephen Chan -- Role of radiation after neoadjuvant chemotherapy / Michelle A. Kraay & Janice A. Lyons -- Monoclonal antibody therapy / Jean-Sébastien Frenel & Mario Campone -- Multiple choice questions : answers.
  • 1994 ScienceDirect
    pt. B ScienceDirect
    edited by Y.C. Lee, Reiko T. Lee.
    Part A. Synthesis -- Part B. Biomedical applications.
    Also available: Print – 1994
  • 2015 ClinicalKey
    edited by Lawrence F. Eichenfield, Ilona J. Frieden, Erin F. Mathes, Andrea L. Zaenglein,
    Fetal Skin Development -- Structure and Function of Newborn Skin -- Lesional Morphology and Assessment -- Skin of the Premature Infant -- Neonatal Skin Care and Toxicology -- Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures -- Transient Benign Cutaneous Lesions in the Newborn -- Iatrogenic and Traumatic Injuries -- Developmental Abnormalities -- Vesicles, Pustules, Bullae, Erosions, and Ulcerations -- Inherited and Acquired Blistering Diseases -- Bacterial Infections -- Viral Infections -- Fungal Infections, Infestations, and Parasitic Infections in Neonates and Infants -- Eczematous Disorders -- Papulosquamous and Lichenoid Disorders -- Diaper Area Eruptions -- Erythrodermas, Immunodeficiency, and Metabolic Disorders -- Disorders of Cornification (Ichthyosis) -- Immunologic, Reactive, and Purpuric Disorders -- Infantile Hemangiomas and Other Vascular Tumors -- Vascular Malformations -- Hypopigmentation Disorders -- Disorders of Hyperpigmentation and Melanocytes -- Acneiform and Sweat Gland Disorders -- Lumps, Bumps, and Hamartomas -- Disorders of the Subcutaneous Tissue -- Neoplastic and Infiltrative Diseases -- Selected Hereditary Diseases -- Neonatal Mucous Membrane Disorders -- Hair Disorders -- Nail Disorders.
  • 2006 WHO
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • 2015 Springer
    Jerrold Lerman, editor.
    This is the first comprehensive book in more than a decade in the very specialized field of neonatal anesthesia. Edited and written by a team of recognized experts in neonatal anesthesia, surgery, and intensive care, this volume is the quintessential clinical reference for perioperative care of these small patients. The considerations of developmental physiology and pharmacology, which influence anesthesia care and pain management, are clearly explained. Care for surgical and medical procedures, including sedation and monitoring in and out of the operating room, is detailed. Congenital disorders of all organ systems are described together with their current management. The special considerations for neonatal intensive care ? current recommendations for fluid, nutrition, and metabolic requirements, mechanical ventilation, and management of the airway ? are detailed. This topical volume concludes with a summary of complications and ethical considerations in the neonate.
  • 2007 Springer
    Gerda van Wezel-Meijler.
  • 2012 Springer
    Gerda Meijler.
    Cranial ultrasonography is the most important, accessible, patient friendly, and cheapestneuroimaging technique on the neonatal ward. It provides important information on brain maturation in the (preterm) neonate and enables the detection of frequently occurring brain anomalies. In this second edition of Neonatal Cranial Ultrasonography, the focus is on the basics of the technique, from patient preparation through to screening strategies and the classification of abnormalities. Many new ultrasound images have been included to reflect the improvements in image quality since the first edition. Essential information is provided about both the procedure itself and the normal ultrasound anatomy. Standard technique is described and illustrated, but emphasis is also placed on the value of supplementary acoustic windows. The compact design of the book makes it an ideal and handy reference that will guide the novice but also provide useful information for the more experienced practitioner
  • 2016 Springer
    Ana Poretti, Thierry A.G.M. Huisman, editors.
    This book discusses the key features of normal, age-dependent neonatal head and spine ultrasonography and the application of this modality to common and rare neonatal neurologic disorders. Ultrasonography is an incredibly versatile bedside imaging tool in detecting brain and spine abnormalities in neonates, monitoring the course of these lesions, and evaluating the maturation of the neonatal brain and spine. Organized to correspond to daily bedside practice, it presents a symptom-based approach and classifies neonatal neurologic disorders at presentation. For each disorder, clinical cases are presented that explore the differential diagnoses and are accompanied by high-quality ultrasound images that depict the abnormal findings. Topics include seizures, encephalopathy, hemiparesis, apnea, microcephaly, and neonatal spine abnormalities. Neonatal Head and Spine Ultrasonography is a succinct guide to this imaging modality and is a valuable resource for pediatric radiologists, neuroradiologists, neonatologists, and pediatricians.
  • 2013 Cambridge
    edited by Pedro A. de Alarcón, Eric J. Werner, Robert D. Christensen.
    A historical review / Howard A. Pearson -- Hematopoiesis / Mervin C. Yoder -- Development of the immune system / Angela E. Rivers and William Slayton -- Anemia of prematurity and erythropoietin therapy / Pamela J. Kling -- Bone marrow failure syndromes / Zora R. Rogers and Blanche P. Alter -- Hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn / Mary Elizabeth Ross [and others] -- Neonatal hemolysis / Bertil Glader and Geoffrey A. Allen -- Neonatal screening for red blood cell disorders / Peter A. Lane and Eric J. Werner -- Polycythemia and hyperviscosity in the newborn / Ted S. Rosenkrantz and William Oh -- Fetal and neonatal alloimmune thrombocytopenia / James B. Bussel and M. Jawad Javed -- Acquired thrombocytopenia / Martha C. Sola-Visner and Matthew A. Saxonhouse -- Congenital thrombocytopenias and thrombocytopathies / Pedro A. de Alarcón and Karen S. Fernánez -- Abnormal blood concentrations of eosinophils and neutrophils / Robert D. Christensen and Kurt R. Schibler -- Neutrophil function disorders / E. Stephen Buescher -- Immunodeficiency diseases of the neonate / James L. Wynn, Matthew A. Saxonhouse, and John W. Sleasman -- Coagulation disorders / Jennifer L. Armstrong-Wells and M.J. Manco Johnson -- Bleeding disorders / Manuela Albisetti and Paul Monagle -- Transfusion practices / Ross Fasano and Naomi L.C. Luban -- Umbilical cord blood transplantation / Jessica M. Sun and Joanne Kurtzberg -- Disorders of the fetomaternal unit / Eric J. Werner, Nancy C. Chescheir, and Randall G. Fisher -- Neonatal oncology / Alan S. Gamis and Michelle Manalang -- Reference ranges in neonatal hematology / Robert D. Christensen.
  • 2005 Springer
    by Constantin Bona ; foreword by Noel R. Rose.
    Structure and function of immune system in vertebrates -- Ontogeny and development of cells mediating innate and adaptive immunity -- Phenotypic characteristics of neonatal B cells -- Molecular characteristics of neonatal B cell repertoire -- Genetically programmed temporal ordered activation of neonatal B cell clones -- Antibody response in fetus and newborn -- Effect of maternal antibodies on neonatal B cell response -- Neonatal autoimmune diseases caused by maternal pathogenic autoantibodies -- Phenotypic characteristics of neonatal T cells -- Expression of MHC molecules in neonates -- Neonatal cytokine network -- Cell-mediated immune responses in neonates -- Fetal and neonatal tolerance -- Development of efficient prophylactic vaccines and theracines for newborns and infants .
  • 2013 Cambridge
    edited by A. David Edwards, Denis V. Azzopardi, Alistair J. Gunn ; foreword by Joseph J. Volpe.
    Scientific background -- Neurological outcome after perinatal asphyxia at term -- Molecular mechanisms of neonatal brain injury and neural rescue -- The discovery of hypothermic neural rescue therapy for perinatal hypoxic-ischaemic encephalopathy -- Clinical trials of hypothermic neural rescue -- Economic evaluation of hypothermic neural rescue -- Clinical neural rescue -- Challenges for parents and clinicians discussing neuroprotective treatments -- The pharmacology of hypothermia -- Selection of infants for hypothermic neural rescue -- Hypothermia during patient transport -- Whole body cooling for therapeutic hypothermia -- Selective head cooling -- Hypothermic neural rescue for neonatal encephalopathy in mid- and low-resource settings -- Cerebral function monitoring and EEG -- Magnetic resonance imaging in hypoxic-ischaemic encephalopathy and the effects of hypothermia -- Novel uses of hypothermia -- Neurological follow-up of infants treated with hypothermia -- Registry surveillance after neuroprotective treatment -- The future -- Novel neuroprotective therapies -- Combining hypothermia with other therapies for neonatal neuroprotection -- Biomarkers for studies of neuroprotection in infants with hypoxic ischaemic encephalopathy.
  • 2007 ScienceDirect
    Gerald M. Fenichel.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2008 Springer
    Giuseppe Buonocore, Carlo V. Bellieni, editors ; foreword by Ignacio Carrasco de Paula.
  • 2008
    Giuseppe Buonocore, Carlo V. Bellieni, editors ; foreword by Ignacio Carrasco de Paula.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2015 Karger
    volume editors, Francis B. Mimouni, John N. van den Anker.
    Influence of maturation and growth on drug metabolism from fetal to neonatal to adult life / Lindemalm, S.; van den Anker, J.N. -- How to translate pharmacokinetic data into dosing recommendations / Krekels, E.H.J.; Knibbe, C.A.J.; Pokorna, P.; Tibboel, D. -- Pharmacovigilance in neonatal intensive care / Turner, M.A.; Hill, H. -- Neonatal formulations and additives / Allegaert, K.; Turner, M.A.; van den Anker, J.N. -- Modelling and simulation to support neonatal clinical trials / Khalil, F.M.N.; Loër, S. -- A systematic review of paracetamol and closure of patent ductus arteriosus : are we ready for prime time? / Hammerman, C.; Mimouni, F.B.; Bin-Nun, A. -- Formulation of preterm formula : what's in it, and why? / Mimouni, F.B. Aviv; Mandel, D.; Lubetzky, R. -- Neonatal pharmacotherapy : legal and regulatory issues / Bax, R.; Tomasi, P.
  • 2015 Springer
    Steven M. Donn, Mark C. Mammel.
    This pocket atlas explains how to use pulmonary graphics as a valuable adjunct for patient management. Actual patterns commonly encountered in neonatal practice are presented side-by-side with schematic illustrations that take apart the graphic and identify its key features, accompanied by brief explanatory text. The book addresses the principles of real-time pulmonary graphics, discusses waveforms and loops, and examines how both are affected by mechanical ventilation and disease states. A series of clinical cases brings key points to life.
  • 2012 Springer
    Giuseppe Buonocore, Rodolfo Bracci, Michael Weindling, editors.
    Neonatology is a science in rapid evolution, and updated information is crucial for the correct and successful care of newborns and fetuses suffering from severe disorders, who until a few decades ago had no chance of survival. Written in a clear and easy-to-follow way by the most renowned experts in the field, this new textbook wants to offer to neonatologists and pediatricians a modern and complete view of the various problems and aspects of neonatology, currently one of the most complex and advanced fields of pediatrics. The volume contains comprehensive, clear and up-to-date descriptions of the current knowledge of neonatal diseases and of their pathophysiology and treatment, and provides a selection of other relevant information with an evidence-based approach. Figures and diagrams are used to improve understanding of complex problems, and references have been chosen to enable in-depth evaluation of clinical problems. The text pays particular attention to the various diagnostic and/or therapeutic procedures for which reliable guidelines are not yet available. The use of summaries, tables, and accurately selected guidelines or recommendations that will accompany the text will supply quick references and instant solutions to the concerned specialists during their daily practice.This book aims to provide the scientific community with the state of the art on neonatal care in order to avoid as much as possible, or at least limit, the tragic disabilities due to prematurity, abnormal delivery, and diseases affecting these patients. Expert pediatricians, neonatologists, obstetricians, anaesthesiologists, training doctors in these areas, as well as all child caregivers will find it this volume a fundamental tool for their activity, thanks to the schematic and practical information it offers and to the indications of clinical solutions.
  • 2009
    editor, Tricia Lacy Gomella ; associate editors, M. Douglas Cunningham, Fabien G. Eyal ; consulting editor, Deborah Tuttle.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2005 Springer
    organized by the Sanquin Division Blood Bank, Noord, Nederland ; edited by C. Th. Smit Sibinga and N. Luban.
    I. Foetal and Neonatal Haematology -- Regulation of Developmental Haematopoiesis By Gata Transcription Factors / Chr. Dame -- Development of The Immune System In The Foetal and Perinatal Period / G. T. Rijkers, T. Niers, W. de Jager, P. Janssens and K. Gaiser, et al. -- Foetal and Neonatal Immunohaematological Responses: Consequences for Practical Management? / A. Brand, F. Walther, S. Scherjon, J. v Beckhoven and H. Vietor, et al. -- Biology of Thrombopoietin In the Human Foetus and Neonate / Chr. Dame -- II. Immunohaematology and Haemostasis -- Management of Red Cell Alloimmunization in Pregnancy / I. L. van Kamp and H. H. H. Kanhai -- New Treatment Options in Neonatal Hyperbilirubinaemia / P. T. Pisciotto -- Consensus and Controversy in Foetal and Neonatal Alloimmune Thrombocytopenia / J. B. Bussel -- The Bleeding Infant / H. M. van den Berg -- III. Blood Transfusion in the Neonate -- Neonatal Thrombosis / L. Raffini and C. Manno -- Criteria for Selecting a Red Blood Cell Product to Transfuse Anaemic Infants / R. G. Strauss -- Hazards of Transfusion: GvHD / N. L. C. Luban -- Non-Immune, Non-Infectious Complications of Transfusion / P. T. Pisciotto -- Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation in the Neonate with Respiratory Failure / N. L. C. Luban and B. L. Short -- IV. Cellular Therapies in Neonatology -- Genetic Engineering for the Foetus and Neonate / K. M. Axsom and C. S. Manno -- Meta-Analysis and Evidence-Based Decision Making in Neonatal Care / R. G. Strauss -- Placental Blood Banking in the Year 2003 / L. Lecchi, S. Giovanelli, I. Ratti, S. Cimoni and F. Garcea, et al. -- V. Epilogue -- Epilogue / Noami Luban.
  • 2013 Springer
    Peter H. Wiernik, Janice P. Dutcher, John M. Goldman, Robert A. Kyle, editors.
    Neoplastic Diseases of the Blood" integrates the history, epidemiology, pathology, pathophysiology, and therapeutics of modern neoplastic hematopathology. The book is divided into five major sections, with the first four covering the spectrum of hematologic neoplasia - Chronic Leukemias and Related Disorders, Acute Leukemias, Myeloma and Related Disorders, and Lymphomas. The fifth section covers a variety of topics in supportive care. Now in its fifth edition, this classic and invaluable text brings together a team of internationally renowned experts and offers in-depth coverage of the complex interface between diagnosis and therapy. Chapters feature an accessible and easy-to-read layout and provide updates on the tremendous progress made in the last decade in the understanding of the nature of hematologic malignancies and their treatment. An authoritative and indispensable resource for students, trainees, and clinicians, this fifth edition is sure to distinguish itself as the definitive reference on this topic.
  • 2012 ScienceDirect
    2012 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] William Oh, Jean-Pierre Guignard, Stephen Baumgart ; consulting editor, Richard A. Polin.
    The placenta and fetal amniotic fluid volume : understanding fetal water flow / Michael G. Ross -- Body fluid changes in the fetus and newborn : normal transition / William Oh -- Renal aspects of sodium metabolism in the fetus and newborn / Endre Sulyok -- Potassium metabolism / John M. Lorenz -- Renal urate metabolism in the fetus and newborn / Daniel I. Feig -- Perinatal calcium and phosphate metabolism / Reginald Tsang and Ran Namgung -- Acid-base homeostasis in the fetus and newborn / Istvan Seri -- Glomerular filtration rate in neonates / Jean-Pierre Guignard -- The developing kidney and the fetal origins of adult cardiovascular disease / Umberto Simeoni -- Renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system (RAAS) : renal modulation / Pedro A. Jose -- Renal modulation : arginine vasopressin and atrieal natriuretic peptide / Francesco Emma -- Acute problems of prematurity : balancing fluid volume and electrolyte replacement in very low birth weight and extremely low birth weight neonates / Stephen Baumgart -- Lung fluid balance in developing lungs and its role in neonatal transition / Lucky Jain and Sarah D. Keene -- Use of diurects in the newborn / Jean-Pierre Guignard -- Neonatal hypertension : diagnosis and management / Joseph Flynn -- Edema / Andrew Costarino and Yosef Levenbrown -- Renal failure of the neonate / Sharon P. Andreoli -- Congenital tubulopathies / Israel Zelikovic -- Obstructive uropathies : assessment of renal function in the fetus / Robert L. Chevalier.
  • 2012 ScienceDirect
    2012 ClinicalKey
    Lerma, Edgar V.; Nissenson, Allen R.
    Patient assessment. History and Physical Diagnosis ; Urinalysis ; Measurement of Glomerular Filtration Rate ; Renal Imaging Techniques ; Renal Biopsy. -- Acute kidney injury. Epidemiology, Etiology, Pathophysiology, and Diagnosis of Acute Kidney Injury ; Management Options: Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy ; Hepatorenal Syndrome ; Cardiorenal Syndrome ; Medications ; Sepsis and Acute Kidney Injury ; Rhabdomyolysis ; Tumor Lysis Syndrome ; Contrast-Induced Nephropathy ; Acute Glomerulonephritis and Rapidly Progressive Glomerulonephritis ; Nephrotic Syndrome ; Obstructive Uropathy ; Nephrolithiasis. Chronic kidney disease. Epidemiology, Etiology, Pathophysiology, and Staging of Chronic Kidney Disease ; Anemia in Chronic Kidney Disease ; Renal Osteodeystrophy ; Cardiovascular Disease in Chronic Kidney Disease ; Hyperlipidemia ; Nutrition and Malnutrition ; Management of the Patient with Progressive Renal Failure ; Management of the Patient with Resistant Edema ; Management of the Patient with Congestive Heart Failure ; Drug Dosing in Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease. -- Primary Glomerular disorders. Minimal Change Disease ; Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis ; Membranous Nephropathy ; IgA Nephropathy and Henoch-Schönlein Disease ; Membranoproliferative Glomerulonephritis. -- Secondary glomerular disorders. Diabetic Nephropathy ; Lupus Nephritis ; Dysproteinamias or Light Chain Diseases ; Anti-Glomerular Basement Membrane Disease and Goodpasture's Syndrome ; Vasculitides ; Thrombotic Microangiopathies. -- Infection-associated glomerulonephritides. Post-Infectious Glomerulonephritis ; Viral Hepatitis-Associated Glomerulonephritis ; HIV-Associated Renal Disorders. -- Other renal parenchymal diseases. Fabry Disease ; Cystic Diseases of the Kidneys ; Other Hereditary Renal Diseases ; Tubulointerstitial Diseases ; Urinary Tract Infections ; Renal Neoplasias. -- Renal diseases in special populations. Renal Disease and Hypertension in Pregnancy ; Sickle Cell Nephropathy ; Renal Diseases in the Elderly. -- Treatment options. Hemodialysis ; Peritoneal Dialysis ; Therapeutic Plasma Exchange (Plasmapheresis). -- Transplantation. Epidemiology and Outcomes ; Donor and Recipient Evaluation ; Immunosuppression ; Rejection of the Renal Transplant ; Post-Transplantation Malignancies ; Post-Transplantation Infections ; Primary Care of the Renal Transplant Patient. -- Hypertension. Primary Hypertension ; Renal Parenchymal Hypertension ; Renovascular Disease ; Endocrine Hypertension ; Other Forms of Secondary Hypertension ; White Coat Hypertension ; Isolated Systolic Hypertension ; Renal Diseases in African Americans ; Refractory Hypertension ; Hypertensive Emergencies ; Pharmacologic Treatment of Hypertension ; Nonpharmacologic Treatment of Hypertension. -- Acid-base and electrolyte disorders. Volume Disorders ; Genetic Disorders of Sodium Transport ; Hyponatremia and Hypernatremia ; Hypokalemia and Hyperkalemia ; Hypocalcemia and Hypercalcemia ; Disorders of Phosphorus Metabolism ; Disorders of Magnesium Metabolism ; Metabolic Acidosis ; Metabolic Alkalosis ; Respiratory Acid-Base Disorders ; Nephrology Beginnings.
  • 2012 ScienceDirect
    Jiří Bajgar.
    Chemical weapons -- Chemical warfare agents -- Organophosphates and nerve agents -- Toxicodynamics -- Antidotal treatment -- Prophylaxis.
  • 2009 Springer
    edited by Venu Akuthota, Stanley A. Herring.
  • 2015 Thieme eNeurosurgery
    [edited by] Susan E. Mackinnon ; contributing editor, Andrew Yee.
    Representing the treatment and management philosophy of Dr. Susan Mackinnon, Nerve Surgery provides extensive coverage of innovative surgical options as well as guidance on the management of complicated compression neuropathies. In addition to detailed information on tried-and-true as well as cutting-edge surgical techniques, it contains chapters on the basic principles of nerve surgery, such as Anatomy and Physiology for the Peripheral Nerve Surgeon and Evaluation of the Patient with Nerve Injury or Nerve Compression. Key Features: More than 850 compelling full-color figures and photographs demonstrate key concepts, Videos narrated by Dr. Mackinnon are available online, Coverage of important conditions that can be treated non-operatively, such as neurogenic thoracic outlet syndrome and multilevel compression neuropathy, Strategies and secondary procedures for failed nerve surgeries, Dr. Mackinnon provides tips on how she manages complicated pain problems. This book is a core reference for all plastic surgeons, neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons, hand surgeons, residents, and allied health specialists treating patients with nerve injuries.
  • 2012 Springer
    Mia Levite, editor.
    Dopamine in the Immune System: Dopamine Receptors in Immune Cells, Potent Effects, Endogenous Production and Involvement in Immune and Neuropsychiatric Diseases -- Nerve Driven Immunity: Noradrenaline and Adrenaline -- Acetylcholine and Cholinergic Modulation of Immune Responses -- Glutamate in the Immune System: Glutamate Receptors in Immune Cells, Potent Effects, Endogenous Production and Involvement in Disease -- GABA Is an Effective Immunomodulatory Molecule in the Brain and in the Periphery -- The Effects of Opioids on Immune Cells, Functions and Diseases -- The Effects of Somatostatin on Immune Cells, Functions and Diseases -- Neuropeptide Y: The Story, the Players, the Outcomes -- Vasoactive Intestinal Peptide: Immune Mediator and Potential Therapeutic Agent -- Nerve-Driven Immunity: The Effects of Neurotransmitters on Immune Cells, Functions and Disease -- CGRP -- The Effects of Cannabinoids on Immune Cells, Responses and Diseases.
  • 2009
    Hannes Vogel ; with a contribution by Shawn Corey.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2012
    Jose Antonio Gomez Aguilera.
    The outcomes of most viral infections are controlled by many genetic loci whose interactions are complex and difficult to predict. To characterize the genes that predispose to viral persistence, I carried out a genetic analysis of a murine susceptibility locus termed Tmevp3. Mice that carry the SJL/J-derived Tmevp3 locus become persistently infected, whereas mice carrying the B10.S-derived locus clear the infection. My investigation revealed that a long noncoding RNA, lncRNA, transcript named NeST RNA was the most polymorphic gene in the locus. I found that a spliced version of NeST RNA was abundant in T cells of SJL/J mice and not expressed in B10.S mice. To test whether expression of this lncRNA was the cause of viral persistence, I developed transgenic mice that expressed NeST RNA in B10.S mice. Indeed, NeST RNA alone was sufficient to confer viral persistence. To investigate the function of NeST RNA in T cells, I tested whether NeST regulates its neighboring genes, IL-22 and IFN-[gamma]. CD8+ T cells from mice carrying the SJL/J-Tmevp3 locus were found to produce greater amounts of IFN-[gamma], suggesting that NeST RNA might functions as an enhancer lncRNA. Indeed, transgenic expression of NeST lncRNA induced higher of IFN-[gamma] after T cell stimulation. Results from a collaborative study revealed NeST RNA functions in trans, localize to the nucleus, associates with the histone modifying complex component WDR5, and induces accumulation of histone 3 lysine 4 trimethylation (H3K4me3) at the Ifng locus. I also found that the Tmevp3 locus controls lethality from Salmonella. However, I found that in this model the SJL/J allele, which increases viral persistence, conferred decrease susceptibility for pathogenesis. As was the case in the viral susceptibility model, transgenic NeST RNA expression was sufficient to recapitulate this susceptibility phenotype. To test for any effects of NeST RNA in the inflammatory response to pathogen antigens, I carried out septic shock assays using the bacterial component LPS. I found that mice expressing NeST RNA survived more compared to the B10.S parental strain. Take together these data suggest that during immune challenge NeST RNA regulates the inflammatory response. To further analyze the effect of NeST RNA in the control of inflammation, NeST knockout mice were utilized. Deleting a 640 base pair region in the NeST promoter was found to abrogate gene expression and increase lethality to LPS sepsis. This difference in lethality coincided with larger abundances of numerous cytokines in mice lacking NeST RNA after LPS injections. However in the absence of an immune challenge, mice with an intact NeST gene showed higher basal levels of inflammatory cytokines, suggesting the basis of NeST RNA protection is a hormetic effect. Indeed, pre-treatment with low doses of LPS phenocopies the endotoxin tolerance effect of NeST RNA. Understanding how NeST RNA controls the timing and magnitude of cytokine secretion by T cells may provide new venues for therapeutic intervention to various inflammatory diseases.
  • Sch Educ Syst
    Site is designed to teach human anatomy to students of the health professions, and to serve to review anatomy for clinical rotations and USMLE preparation.
  • Sch Educ Syst
    Site is designed to teach human anatomy to students of the health professions, and to serve to review anatomy for clinical rotations and USMLE preparation.
  • 2014 ClinicalKey
    C. Richard Conti.
    View the cardiovascular system as only Netter images can depict it. This spectacularly illustrated volume, part of the masterwork known as the Netter (CIBA) "Green Books," provides a highly visual guide to the heart, from basic science, anatomy, and physiology to pathology and injury. This classic Netter reference has been updated to mirror the many exciting advances in cardiovascular medicine and imaging - offering unparalleled insights into anatomy, physiology, and clinical conditions. Gain a rich clinical view of all aspects of the cardiovascular system in one comprehensive volume, conveyed through beautiful illustrations and radiologic images. Clearly see the connection between basic science and clinical practice with an integrated overview of normal structure and function as it relates to pathologic conditions. Grasp current clinical concepts regarding development, pediatrics, and adult medicine captured in classic Netter illustrations, as well as new illustrations created by artist-physician Carlos Machado, MD, and others working in the Netter style. Quickly understand complex topics thanks to a concise text-atlas format that provides a context bridge between primary and specialized medicine. Benefit from matchless Netter illustrations that offer precision, clarity, detail and realism as they provide a visual approach to the clinical presentation and care of the patient.
  • 2017 ClinicalKey
    a compilation of paintings prepared by Frank H. Netter; editor, James C. Reynolds.
  • 2017 ClinicalKey
    a compilation of paintings prepared by Frank H. Netter; editor, James C. Reynolds.
  • 2017 ClinicalKey
    a compilation of paintings prepared by Frank H. Netter; editor, James C. Reynolds
  • 2011 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] William F. Young ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter and Carlos A.G. Machado ; contributing illustrators James A. Perkins, John A. Craig, Kristen Wienandt Marzejon.
    Section 1. Pituitary and hypothalamus -- section 2. Thyroid -- section 3. Adrenal -- section 4. Reproduction -- section 5. Pancreas -- section 6. Bone and calcium -- section 7. Lipids and nutrition -- section 8. Genetics and endocrine neoplasia.
  • 2012 ClinicalKey
    a compilation of paintings prepared by Frank H. Netter ; authored by Bryan E. Anderson ; additional illustrations by Carlos A.G. Machado ; contributing illustrators, Tiffany S. DaVanzo [and others].
    Anatomy, Physiology, and Embryology -- Benign Growths -- Malignant Growths -- Rashes -- Autoimmune Blistering Diseases -- Infectious Diseases -- Hair and Nail Diseases -- Nutritional and Metabolic Diseases -- Genodermatoses and Syndromes.
  • 2013 ClinicalKey
    a compilation of paintings prepared by Frank H. Netter ; edited by Joseph P. Iannotti, Richard D. Parker ; additional illustrations by Carlos A G. Machado ; contributing illustrators John A. Craig, [and others].
    Section 1. Shoulder -- Section 2. Upper arm and elbow -- Section 3. Forearm and wrist -- Section 4. Hand and finger.
  • 2013 ClinicalKey
    prepared by Frank H. Netter ; edited by Joseph P. Iannotti, Richard D. Parker ; additional illustrations by Carlos A.G. Machado ; contributing illustrators, John A. Craig [and others].
    Section 1: Spine -- Section 2: Pelvis, Hip, and Thigh -- Section 3: Knee -- Section 4: Lower Leg -- Section 5: Ankle and Foot.
  • 2013 ClinicalKey
    a compilation of paintings prepared by Frank H. Netter ; edited by Joseph P. Iannotti, Richard D. Parker ; additional illustrations by Carlos A.G. Machado ; contributing illustrators, John A. Craig [and others].
    Section 1. Embryology -- section 2. Physiology -- section 3. Metabolic diseases -- section 4. Congenital and developmental disorders -- section 5. Rheumatic diseases -- section 6. Tumors of musculoskeletal system -- section 7. Injury to musculoskeletal system -- section 8. Soft tissue infections -- section 9. Complications of fracture.
  • 2013 ClinicalKey
    a compilation of paintings prepared by Frank H. Netter ; edited by H. Royden Jones [and others] ; additional illustrations by Carlos A.G. Machado ; contributing illustrators, James A. Perkins [and others].
    Section 1: Normal and Abnormal Development -- Section 2: Cerebral Cortex and Neurocognitive Disorders -- Section 3: Epilepsy -- Section 4: Psychiatry -- Section 5: Hypothalamus, Pituitary, Sleep, and Thalamus -- Section 6: Disorders of Consciousness (Coma) -- Section 7: Basal Ganglia and Movement Disorders -- Section 8: Cerebellum and Ataxia -- Section 9: Cerebrovascular Circulation and Stroke -- Section 10: Multiple Sclerosis and Other Central Nervous System Autoimmune Disorders -- Section 11: Infections of the Nervous System -- Section 12: Neuro-Oncology -- Section 13: Headache -- Section 14: Head Trauma.
  • 2013 ClinicalKey
    a compilation of paintings prepared by Frank H. Netter ; edited by H. Royden Jones [and others] ; additional illustrations by Carlos A.G. Machado ; contributing illustrators, James A. Perkins [and others].
    Section 1: Cranial Nerve and Neuro-Ophthalmologic Disorders -- Section 2: Spinal Cord: Anatomy and Myelopathies -- Section 3: Spinal Trauma -- Section 4: Nerve Roots and Plexus Disorders -- Section 5: Mononeuropathies -- Section 6: Peripheral Neuropathies -- Section 7: Autonomic Nervous System and Its Disorders -- Section 8: Pain -- Section 9: Floppy Infant -- Section 10: Motor Neuron and Its Disorders -- Section 11: Neuromuscular Junction and Its Disorders -- Section 12: Muscle and Its Disorders.
  • 2011 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Roger P. Smith, Paul J. Turek ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter and Carlos A.G. Machado ; contributing illustrators, John A. Craig [and others].
    Section 1. Development of the genital tracts and functional relationships of the gonads -- section 2. The penis and male perineum -- section 3. The scrotum and testis -- section 4. The seminal vesicles and prostate -- section 5. Sperm and ejaculation -- section 6. The vulva -- section 7. The vagina -- section 8. The uterus and cervix -- section 9. The fallopian tubes -- section 10. The ovaries -- section 11. The ovum and reproduction -- section 12. Pregnancy -- section 13. The breast.
  • 2011 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] David A. Kaminsky ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter, and Carlos A.G. Machado ; contributing illustrators, John A. Craig [and others].
    Section 1. Anatomy and embryology -- section 2. Physiology -- section 3. Diagnostic procedures -- section 4. Diseases and pathology -- section 5. Therapies and therapeutic procedures.
  • 2012 ClinicalKey
    a compilation of paintings prepared by Frank H. Netter ; edited by Christopher R Kelly, Jaime Landman.
    Section 1: Anatomy of the Urinary Tract -- Section 2: Normal and Abnormal Development -- Section 3: Physiology -- Section 4: Renal Diseases -- Section 5: Urinary Tract Infections -- Section 6: Urinary Tract Obstructions -- Section 7: Traumatic Injuries -- Section 8: Voiding Dysfunction -- Section 9: Neoplasms -- Section 10: Therapeutics.
  • 2013 ClinicalKey
    volume editors, Drew A. Torigian, Mary Kitazono Hammell ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter ; contributing illustrators, Kristen Wienandt Marzejon, Carlos A.G. Machado.
    "Visualize normal anatomy of the abdomen and pelvis like never before with Netter's Correlative Imaging: Abdominal and Pelvic Anatomy. This outstanding radiology reference from Dr. Drew A. Torigian and Dr. Mary Kitazono Hammell features beautiful and instructive Netter paintings and illustrated cross-sections created in the Netter style, presented side by side with high-quality patient MR images to help you envision and review both gastrointestinal and genitourinary anatomy section by section."--Publisher's website.
  • 2012 ClinicalKey
    Larry R. Cochard ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter ; contributing illustrators, John A. Craig, Carlos A.G. Machado.
    Here's a rich pictorial review of normal and abnormal human prenatal development. For each body system or region, you'll find a brief description of the developmental plan, with key concepts and terminology, followed by discussions of histological principles, the classification of congenital defects, and basic cellular, molecular, and genetic concepts. An emphasis on morphological patterns in the embryo and fetus makes it easy to understand the structure and function of the adult body and the embryonic basis of birth defects. Summary tables and terminology sections at the end of each chapter, plus an appendix with all major congenital defects and their embryonic basis, make it easy to review course material and prepare for the USMLE.
  • 2016 ClinicalKey
    David L. Felton, M. Kerry O'Banion, Mary Summo Maida ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter ; contributing illustrators James A. Perkins, Carlos A. G. Machado, John A. Craig.
    Neurons and their properties -- Skull and meninges -- Brain -- Brain stem and cerebellum -- Spinal cord -- Ventricles and the cerebrospinal fluid -- Vasculature -- Developmental neuroscience -- Peripheral nervous system -- Spinal cord -- Brain stem and cerebellum -- Diencephalon -- Telencephalon -- Sensory systems -- Motor systems -- Autonomic-hypothalamic-limbic systems.
  • 2010 ClinicalKey
    edited by Marschall S. Runge, Cam Patterson, George A. Stouffer ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter ; contributing illustrator, Carlos A.G. Machado.
    2nd Edition, by Marschall S. Runge, Cam Patterson, and George Stouffer, uses visually rich Netter artwork to efficiently provide you with a concise overview of cardiovascular anatomy, pathophysiology, diagnosis, and management. You'll rapidly access complete introductions to common issues in cardiology, including annotated references of the most important articles, guidelines, and available evidence. Netter - it's how you know. Apply dependable clinical advice from Marschall S. Runge, MD, PhD, Cam Patterson, MD and George Stouffer, MD and utilize diagnostic and therapeutic algorithms and clinical pathways developed by the many world-renowned chapter contributors. Benefit from expanded coverage of cardiovascular imaging including echocardiography, stress testing and nuclear imaging, and CT and MRI. Gain a concise and visual overview of the common conditions in cardiology.
  • 2014 ClinicalKey
    John T. Hansen.
    Netter's Clinical Anatomy, 3rd Edition is a Clinical Anatomy textbook you will actually "read." A concise, focused and manageable medical reference textbook for your busy lives! The uniquely aesthetic and memorable Netter-style illustrations-accompanied by descriptive text and tables-help you to visually grasp and focus on the most relevant clinical implications of anatomical concepts. Multiple-choice review questions at the end of each chapter plus online access to the complete text-with additional Clinical examples and study questions-result in a thorough but quick introduction to basic and clinical anatomy as well as a fast review source-the perfect supplement to your course's syllabus, lectures, conferences and labs. Enhance your learning and understanding with "Clinical Focus" boxes presenting hundreds of illustrated clinical correlations that bridge anatomy to pathophysiology, and Features and Characteristics boxes that explain the relation between structure and function. Get a quick overview of the MSK system. Muscle/Ligament/Joint Tables summarize attachment points, actions, and other key information related to each structure.
  • 2010 ClinicalKey
    Jon C. Thompson ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter ; contributing illustrators, Carlos A.G. Machado, John A. Craig.
    "Along with the latest data in thoroughly updated diagnostic and treatment algorithms for all conditions you'll get even more art from the Netter Collection as well as new radiologic images that visually demonstrate the key clinical correlations and applications of anatomical imaging."--BOOK JACKET.
  • 2014 ClinicalKey
    Edward C. Weber, Joel A. Vilensky, Stephen W. Carmichael, Kenneth S. Lee ; illustrations, Frank H. Netter.
    Designed to make learning more interesting and clinically meaningful, Netter's Concise Radiologic Anatomy, 2nd Edition matches radiologic images-from MR and ultrasound to CT and advanced imaging reconstructions-to the exquisite artwork of master medical illustrator Frank H. Netter, MD. As a companion to the bestselling Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy, this updated medical textbook begins with the anatomy and matches radiologic images to the anatomic images; the result is a concise, visual guide that shows how advanced diagnostic imaging is an amazing "dissection tool" for viewing human anatomy in the living patient! Quickly review key information with a concise, user-friendly format that is organized and color-coded to be in-line with Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy, 6th Edition. View direct, at-a-glance comparisons between idealized anatomic illustrations and real-life medicine with side-by-side radiology examples of normal anatomy and common variants with corresponding anatomy illustrations.Improve upon your knowledge with a brief background in basic radiology, including reconstructions and a list of common abbreviations for the images presented.
  • 2009
    Edward C. Weber, Joel A. Vilensky, Stephen W. Carmichael ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter; contributing illustrator, Carlos A.G. Machado.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2015 ClinicalKey
    volume editors, Thomas C. Lee, Srinivasan Mukundan, Jr. ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter, contributing illustrators, Tiffany Slaybaugh DaVanzo, Carlos Machado.
    Overview of brain -- Brain -- Thalamus and basal ganglia -- Limbic system -- Brainstem and cranial nerves -- Ventricles and cerebrospinal fluid cisterns -- Sella turcica -- Overview of head and neck -- Paranasal sinuses -- Orbits -- Mandible, muscles of mastication -- Temporal bone (middle ear, cochlea, vestibular system) -- Oral cavity, pharynx, and suprahyoid neck -- Hypopharynx, larynx, and infrahyoid neck -- Overview of spine -- Spine.
  • 2013 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Michael B. Gotway ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter ; contributing illustrators, Kristen Wienandt Marzejon, Carlos A.G. Machado.
    Overview of thoracic anatomy -- Thoracic soft tissue and lung -- Pulmonary anatomy and variants -- Thoracic lymph nodes -- Cisterna chyli and thoracic duct -- Venous anatomy and variants -- Overview of cardiac anatomy -- Cardiac anatomy using CT -- Cardiac anatomy using MR.
  • 2011 ClinicalKey
    Nancy M. Major, Michael D. Malinzak ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter ; contributing illustrators, Carlos A.G. Machado, Kristen Wienandt Marzejon.
    Musculoskeletal Anatomy is the first title in the brand new Netter's Correlative Imaging series. Series editor and specialist in musculoskeletal imaging Dr. Nancy Major and coauthor, Michael Malinzak, presents Netter's beautiful and instructive paintings and illustrated cross sections created in the Netter style side-by-side with high-quality patient MR images created with commonly used pulse sequences to help you visualize the anatomy section by section. With in-depth coverage and concise descriptive text for at-a-glance information and access to correlated images online, this atlas is a comprehensive reference that's ideal for today's busy imaging specialists. View upper and lower limbs in sagittal, coronal, and axial view MRs of commonly used pulse sequences, each slice complemented by a detailed illustration in the instructional and aesthetic Netter style. Find anatomical landmarks quickly and easily through comprehensive labeling and concise text highlighting key points related to the illustration and image pairings. Correlate patient data to idealized normal anatomy in the approximately 30 cross-sections per joint that illustrate the complexities of musculoskeletal anatomy.
  • 2013 ClinicalKey
    William K. Ovalle, Patrick C. Nahirney ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter, contributing illustrators, Joe Chovan [and others].
    Netter's Essential Histology integrates gross anatomy and embryology with classic histology slides and cutting-edge scanning electron microscopy to give you a rich visual understanding of this complex subject. This histology textbook-atlas has a strong anatomy foundation and utilizes a variety of visual elements - including Netter illustrations and light and electron micrographs - to teach you the most indispensible histologic concepts and their clinical relevance. Excellent as both a reference and a review, Netter's Essential Histology will serve you well at any stage of your healthcare career. Gain a rich understanding of this vital subject through the succinct explanatory histology text. Learn to recognize both normal and diseased structures at the microscopic level with the aid of succinct explanatory text as well as numerous clinical boxes.Access the entire contents and ancillary components online at Student Consult, view images and histology slides at different magnifications, and watch new narrated video overviews of each chapter.Take your learning one step further with the purchase of Netter's Histology Flash Cards (sold separately), designed to reinforce your understanding of how the human body works in health as well as illness and injury.
  • 2015 ClinicalKey
    Susan E. Mulroney and Adam K. Myers ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter; contributing illustrators, Carlos A. G. Machado, John A. Craig, James A. Perkins.
  • 2010 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Martin H. Floch [and others] ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter ; contributing illustrators, Carlos A. G. Machado [and others].
    This 2nd Edition, covers the entire field of digestive diseases--including those related to gastroenterology, hepatology, and nutrition--in one concise reference. A templated format offers a quick and memorable summary of nearly 300 of the most commonly encountered clinical conditions. From the classic to more contemporary, while hundreds of vivid Netter illustrations depict key anatomic structures and highlight important concepts. Features expanded coverage and new illustrations in the Netter tradition of subjects related to bariatric and post-bariatric surgery that are of key importance in gastroenterology and general health. Includes hot topics such as gastroenterologic treatment of obesity, autoimmune pancreatitis, intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasms, and parasites from sushi.
  • 2012 ClinicalKey
    Neil S. Norton ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter ; contributing illustrators, Carlos A.G. Machado [and others].
    Neil S. Norton, PhD, uses more than 600 full-color images from the Netter Collection to richly depict all of the key anatomy that's relevant to clinical practice. This new edition takes your knowledge further than ever with more Netter illustrations; addition of over 20 cone beam CT images; new chapters on the upper limbs, thorax, and abdomen; and more than 100 multiple-choice questions. Whether for your dental anatomy course, board review, or as a handy reference in your dental office, this concise, visual guide is an excellent anatomy atlas and quick reference for students and professionals in dentistry and dental hygiene. Master anatomy for the head and neck and beyond, including upper limbs, thorax, and abdomen. Stay current on hot topics like cone beam CT imaging, intraoral injections, and anesthesia. Recognize the context and clinical relevance of head and neck anatomy through additional coverage of dental procedures. Prepare effectively for the dental boards with over 100 multiple-choice questions.
  • 2014 ClinicalKey
    L. Maximilian Buja, MD, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Gerhard R. F. Krueger, MD, PhD, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter, MD.
    Provides clear representations of common human diseases and concentrates on pathologic anatomy. Each chapter relates the anatomical changes to the functional and clinical manifestations of over 150 diseases and their underlying causes and mechanisms.
  • 2014 ClinicalKey
    Robert B. Raffa, Scott M. Rawls, Elena Portyansky Beyzarov ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter.
    This updated edition of Netter's Illustrated Pharmacology allows you to take a distinct visual approach to understanding both the basic science and clinical applications of pharmacology. Designed to be compatible and used in conjunction with other pharmacology resources, this medical reference book offers a vivid, uniquely effective visual presentation of the pharmacodynamic relationship between drugs and the human body. And with the new addition of Student Consult online access, Netter's Illustrated Pharmacology is even more convenient than ever before! Available online for the first time! Search the full contents of Netter's Illustrated Pharmacology no matter what your location with convenient access to Student Consult.Visually grasp the most important principles in pharmacology with succinct, easy-to-understand presentations of introductory pharmacologic principles based on classic images by Frank Netter, as well as dynamic new illustrations from other talented medical artists.Learn how drugs are used to treat specific disorders in the body, as well as their effects on a particular site, with a format divided by organ system and full-color illustrations of the systems themselves.Access in-depth guidance on the must-know elements of each pharmacologic principle with clear, concise notes located beneath the corresponding image.
  • 2012 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Elaine C. Jong, Dennis L. Stevens ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter ; contributing illustrators, Carlos A.G. Machado [and others].
    Vaccine-preventable diseases in children and adolescents: -- Introduction to vaccine-preventable diseases in children and adolescents / ChrisAnna M. Mink -- Diphtheria and tetanus / Bruce D. Meade, Kristin E. Meade -- Bordetella pertussis and pertussis (whooping cough) / Sylvia H. Yeh , ChrisAnna M. Mink -- Haemophilus influenzae type b / Sylvia H. Yeh -- Pneumococcal disease: infections caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae / R. Douglas Pratt -- Infections caused by Neisseria meningitidis / Margaret C. Bash, Anjali N. Kunz -- Poliomyelitis (polio) and polioviruses / ChrisAnna M. Mink -- Influenza / Sylvia H. Yeh -- Rotavirus infection / S. Michael Marcy, Susan Partridge -- Measles / Alison Margaret Kesson -- Mumps / Alison Margaret Kesson -- Rubella / Alison Margaret Kesson -- Varicella-zoster virus infections / Sylvia H. Yeh -- Hepatitis A infection and prevention / Dean A. Blumberg -- Hepatitis B infection / Dean A. Blumberg -- Human papillomavirus infections and prevention / Dean A. Blumberg -- Skin and soft-tissue infections: -- Introduction to skin and soft-tissue infections / Dennis L. Stevens -- Impetigo / Dennis L. Stevens -- Erysipelas and cellulitis / Dennis L. Stevens -- Folliculitis, furuncles, and carbuncles / Dennis L. Stevens -- Life-threatening skin and soft-tissue infections / Dennis L. Stevens, Amy E. Bryant -- Superficial dermatophyte infections of the skin / Gregory Raugi, Thao U. Nguyen -- Herpes simplex virus infection / John D. Kriesel, Christopher M. Hull -- Nontuberculous mycobacterial skin infections / Luis G. Tulloch -- Respiratory tract infections: -- Introduction to respiratory tract infections / Thomas M. File, Jr. -- Community-acquired pneumonia, bacterial / Thomas M. File, Jr. -- Hospital-acquired pneumonia / Lee E. Morrow, Marin H. Kollef -- Atypical pneumonia / Thomas M. File, Jr. -- Aspiration pneumonia / John G. Bartlett -- Viral respiratory infections / Michael J. Tan -- Sinus infections / Anthony W. Chow -- Acute otitis media / Blaise L. Congeni -- Pharyngitis / John R. Bower -- Acute exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease / Sanjay Sethi -- Systemic infections: -- Introduction to systemic infections / Dennis L. Stevens -- Endocarditis / Sky R. Blue, Casi M. Wyatt, Thomas J. Coffman -- Meningitis / Thomas A. Kurrus, Martin G. Tauber -- Osteomyelitis / Russell W. Steele -- Urinary tract infections / Dimitri M. Drekonja, James R. Johnson -- Systemic fungal infections / Carol A. Kauffman -- Surgical infections: -- Surgical infections: introduction and overview / E. Patchen Dellinger -- Acute appendicitis / Heather M. Vasser, Daniel A. Anaya -- Acute ascending cholangitis and suppurative, toxic cholangitis / Patrick S. Wolf, James O. Park -- Acute diverticulitis / Natasha S. Becker, Daniel A. Anaya -- Hydatid cyst disease (Echinococcosis) / Austin L. Spitzer, Paul S. Pottinger, James O. Park -- Intraabdominal abscess / Christopher M. Watson, Robert G. Sawyer -- Liver abscess: pyogenic and amebic hepatic abscess / Patrick S. Wolf, James O. Park -- Necrotizing soft-tissue infections / Daniel A. Anaya, E. Patchen Dellinger -- Anorectal abscess and fistula in ano / Arden M. Morris -- Peritonitis / Christopher M. Watson, Robert G. Sawyer -- Pyomyositis (pyomyositis tropicans) / Joseph F. Woodward, James O. Park, E. Patchen Dellinger -- Surgical site infections / E. Patchen Dellinger -- Sexually transmitted infections: -- Introduction to sexually transmitted infections / Jeanne M. Marrazzo -- Trichomoniasis / Jill S. Huppert -- Herpes simplex virus genital infection / Nicholas J. Moss, Anna Wald -- Human immunodeficiency virus and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome / Shireesha Dhanireddy -- Human papillomavirus / Eileen F. Dunne -- Infections caused by Chlamydia trachomatis, including lymphogranuloma venereum / William M. Geisler -- Infection with Neisseria gonorrhoeae / Lori Marie Newman, Kimberly Workowski -- Syphilis (Treponema pallidum) / Stephanie E. Cohen, Joseph Engelman, Jeffrey D. Klausner -- Related syndromes and less common sexually transmitted infections / John F. Toney -- Infections associated with international travel and outdoor activities: -- Introduction to infections associated with international travel and outdoor activities / Elaine C. Jong -- Malaria / Elaine C. Jong -- Yellow fever / Mark D. Gershman, J. Erin Staples -- Travelers' diarrhea / Martin S. Wolfe -- Enteric fever: typhoid and paratyphoid fever / Elaine C. Jong -- Viral hepatitis / Michael James Babineaux, Miriam J. Alter -- Rabies / Kis Robertson, Nina Marano, Katherine J. Johnson -- Arboviruses of medical importance / Theodore F. Tsai -- Leptospirosis / Vernon Ansdell -- Lyme disease / Christopher Sanford -- Tick-borne encephalitis / Martin Haditsch -- Primary amebic meningoencephalitis / Govinda S. Visvesvara, Jonathan S. Yoder, Michael J. Beach -- Parasitic diseases: -- Introduction to parasitic diseases / Elaine C. Jong -- Amebiasis / Martin S. Wolfe -- Giardiasis / Martin S. Wolfe -- Other intestinal protozoa / Martin S. Wolfe -- Soil-transmitted helminths and other intestinal roundworms / Elaine C. Jong -- Intestinal cestodes (tapeworms) / Douglas William MacPherson -- Cysticercosis / Raul E. Isturiz, Hector H. Garcia -- Food-borne trematodes: liver, lung, and intestinal flukes / Elaine C. Jong -- Echinococcosis: cystic and alveolar disease / Christina M. Coyle -- Trichinellosis / Zvi Shimoni, Paul Froom -- Filarial diseases / Jan Agosti -- Schistosomiasis / Elaine C. Jong -- Chagas disease / Fabiana Simão Machado, Herbert B. Tanowitz -- Emerging infectious diseases and pandemics: -- Introduction to emerging infectious diseases and pandemics / Jo Hofmann -- Novel influenza / Jo Hofmann -- Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) / Eileen Schneider -- Multidrug-resistant tuberculosis / Christopher Edward Spitters -- West Nile virus disease / Grant L. Campbell ... [et al.] -- Anthrax / Benjamin D. Moser, Sean V. Shadomy, Theresa L. Smith -- Tularemia / Jo Hofmann.
  • 2009 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Marschall S. Runge, M. Andrew Greganti ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter ; contributing illustrators, Carlos A.G. Machado ... [et al.].
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • 2012 ClinicalKey
    Larry R. Cochard [and others] ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter ; contributing illustrator, Carlos A.G. Machado.
    Larry R. Cochard, PhD, Lori A Goodhartz, MD Carla B, Harmath, MD, Nancy M. Major MD, and Srinivasan Mukundan, JR, MD, makes interpreting normal and abnormal X-ray, CT, and MR images easy by correlating them with crystal-clear Netter illustrations. You'll learn to recognize anatomical relationships in images and apply them to a variety of examples of pathology throughout the body, including the imaging of masses, air, or blood in organs and spaces, fractures, thickening, constriction, and compression and more. It's an ideal introduction to diagnostic imaging! Develop your ability to better identify pathologies by viewing normal healthy anatomical images and abnormal images. Comparative images reinforce your basic understanding of what normal tissues and anatomy look like and serve as a guide in recognizing disease patterns and processes: atypically large or small organs and compartments, masses, air, or blood in organs and spaces, fractures, thickening, constriction, compression, and more. Understand how radiologists apply systematic search strategies in imaging studies of each region of the body.
  • 2012 ClinicalKey
    editor-in-chief, H. Royden Jones, Jr. ; editors, Jayashri Srinivasan, Gregory J. Allam, Richard A. Baker ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter ; contributing illustrators, Carlos A. G. Machado [and others].
    Netter's Neurology, 2nd edition, by Drs. H. Royden Jones, Jayashri Srinivasan, Gregory J. Allam, and Richard A. Baker uses visually rich Netter artwork to efficiently provide you with a concise overview of general neurology and its intersection with internal medicine, neurosurgery, ophthalmology, psychiatry, and orthopedics. From stroke and epilepsy to dementia and neuromuscular disorders, Netter's Neurology is a thorough synopsis of the state of the art in most areas of adult neurology. You'll rapidly access complete introductions to clinical details, complex concepts, and correlations between anatomical, pathological, physiological, and pharmacological aspects in the clinical settings. Master general neurology and its intersection with internal medicine, neurosurgery, ophthalmology, psychiatry, and orthopedics through comprehensive topic coverage. Get a quick and memorable overview of anatomy, pathophysiology, and clinical presentation from the precision and beauty of Netter and Netter-style plates that highlight key neuroanatomical and neurologic concepts. Explore specific clinical applications with vignettes included throughout the text that bring each topic to life. Find the information you need quickly and easily thanks to the short text and concise topic overviews.
  • 2008 ClinicalKey
    Roger P. Smith ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter ; contributing illustrators, Carlos A.G. Machado [and others]
    This resource pairs more than 250 Netter images with concise descriptions of the most current medical thinking on common diseases/conditions, diagnostics, treatments, and protocols for a single easy-to-use quick reference. New and expanded coverage including a new section on gynaecological and obstetric procedures, overviews of preventative women's health, healthy pregnancy, and counseling place need-to-know guidance at your fingertips for regular office visits, while short reference lists cite graded evidence-based studies for more in-depth research. The result is a superb source for fast clinical reference as well as patient and staff education. Presents more than 250 Netter and Netter-style illustrations that provide a quick and memorable overview of each disease. Presents topics of importance to obstetrics and gynecology practice, including common procedures, health maintenance schedules, healthy pregnancy check-ups, contraception, counseling, and other preventive care. Includes an evidence-based reference list in each chapter, enabling you to research further into clinical studies with varying levels of evidence.
  • 2016 ClinicalKey
    Joshua A. Cleland, Shane Koppenhaver, Jonathan Su ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter; contributing illustrators, Carlos A.G. Machado, John A. Craig.
    The reliability and diagnostic utility of the orthopaedic clinical examination -- Temporomandibular joint -- Cervical spine -- Thoracolumbar spine -- Sacroiliac region -- Hip and pelvis -- Knee -- Foot and ankle -- Shoulder -- Elbow and forearm -- Hand -- Diagnostic and reliability interpretation keys.
  • 2011 ClinicalKey
    editors, Todd A. Florin, Stephen Ludwig ; associate editors, Paul L. Aronson, Heidi C. Werner ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter ; contributing illustrators, Carlos A.G. Machado [and others].
    This book edited by Drs. Todd Florin and Stephen Ludwig, is a visual aid with more than 500 images by Dr. Frank Netter and other artists working in his style that will help you diagnose and care for children with common clinical conditions. This is the first time that Netter's drawings of pediatric illness are brought together in a single volume. The superb, accurate artwork accompanies up-to-date text contributed by physicians at the prestigious Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. The book provides you with all the at-a-glance information you need for a quick overview of common issues from nutrition, allergy, infectious disease, and adolescent medicine, to cancer and heart disease. Efficiently review key details for each condition with 500 detailed, crystal-clear images provided by Frank H. Netter and others working in the Netter tradition. Apply dependable, concise, clinical advice from a team of physicians at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, one of the top children's hospitals in the U.S. Get answers at a glance during pediatric rotations when studying for exams or preparing for consultations.
  • 2010 ClinicalKey
    Christopher Madden [and others] ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter ; contributing illustrators, Carlos A.G. Machado [and others].
    Netter's Sports Medicine, by Christopher C. Madden, MD, Margot Putukian, MD, FACSM, Craig C. Young, MD, and Eric C. McCarty, MD, is a reference designed to help you meet the challenges presented by your patients in this growing interdisciplinary field. More than 1,000 Netter images, along with photos of physical examination techniques and imaging examples, provide a rich visual understanding, while a bulleted text format, combined with a user-friendly organization by specific types of injuries as well as different types of sports, makes reference quick and easy. Discussions of a full range of sports-traditional as well as less common-ensure that the coverage is comprehensive and up to date. From pre-participation exams, musculoskeletal injuries, sports nutrition, and sports psychology...to general medical problems in athletes...this reference equips you with the guidance you need to keep your patients at the top of their game. Presents more than 1,000 Netter illustrations accompanied by photos of physical examination techniques, radiographs, and other imaging techniques-including CT and MRI-that equip you with a rich visual understanding of sports medicine. Features a bulleted text format for quick-read guidance. Organizes information by specific types of injuries as well as different types of sports for an easy-to-access reference. Discusses traditional along with less common sports for comprehensive coverage that is up to date. Includes a section that examines considerations for specific athlete populations, including children, women, the senior athlete and the physically challenged, to help you meet their special needs. Presents the cross-disciplinary contributions of primary care physicians, athletic trainers, physical therapists, dentists, orthopaedic surgeons, and others, who provide a well-rounded perspective on the subject. Combines current, evidence-based information with expert clinical guidance for a high-yield reference.
  • 2014 ClinicalKey
    Conor P. Delaney ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter ; contributing illustrators, Carlos A.G. Machado, Kristen Wienandt Marzejon, James A. Perkins, John A. Craig.
    This one-of-a-kind resource combines the unmatched surgical anatomy illustrations of Frank H. Netter, MD with endoscopic, laparoscopic, and radiologic images - integrated with expert descriptions of each operative procedure - to provide a clear overview of the exposures, incision sites, surgically relevant landmarks, structures, fascial planes, and common anatomical variants and operative methods that are critical to your success in the operating room. Key Features: Vividly visualize the surgical anatomy you need to know through the uniquely detailed, memorable artwork of Dr. Netter, Carlos Machado, MD, and other anatomy illustrators working in the Netter tradition. View surgical anatomy from a clinical perspective through photographs and endoscopic, laparoscopic, and radiologic images that capture important landmarks and anatomy and are integrated into an expert description of each operative procedure. Access the complete contents online for quick look-ups, including videos of relevant surgical dissections to help you review approaches to common operations.
  • 2010
    Matthew Ryan Clutter.
    Target identification is both a critical and difficult step in the drug discovery process. A novel approach is presented here that utilizes flow cytometry to: 1) identify small molecule signaling network probes, and 2) characterize the diverse network activation states they induce. Signaling events across the network are compared to functional responses to determine the way in which each signaling node influences a given function. Nodes that accurately predict cellular functions that drive disease are promising drug targets. The approach was applied to mast cells to determine which signaling molecules best predicted the degranulation, eicosanoid release, and cytokine secretion induced by stimulation of the cells with IgE and specific antigen crosslinking. Erk and Akt phosphorylation best predicted degranulation; Erk and cJun phosphorylation best predicted eicosanoid release; and Akt phosphorylation alone best predicted cytokine secretion. The results confirmed several known aspects of mast cell IgE-dependent signaling and revealed unknown associations to be tested in future work -- notably, that the cJun pathway plays a role in eicosanoid production and that the Akt pathway is a critical integration point for transcription of most or all cytokine genes. Overall, the results suggest that Erk and Akt are the most promising targets in the IgE signaling network for development of mast cell stabilizing drugs.
  • 2011 Springer Protocols
    edited by Gerard Cagney, Andrew Emili.
    1. Analysis of protein-protein interactions using high-throughput yeast two-hybrid screens / Seesandra V. Rajagopala and Peter Uetz -- 2. Identification of mammalian protein complexes by lentiviral-based affinity purification and mass spectrometry / Zuyao Ni, Jonathan B. Olsen, Andrew Emili, and Jack F. Greenblatt -- 3. Protein networks involved in vesicle fusion, transport, and storage revealed by array-based proteomics / Mikael Bauer, Magdalena Maj, Ludwig Wagner, Dolores J. Cahill, Sara Linse, and David J. O'Connell -- 4. Identification and relative quantification of native and proteolytically generated protein C-termini from complex proteomes : C-terminome analysis / Oliver Schilling, Pitter F. Huesgen, Olivier Barré and Christopher M. Overall -- 5. Construction of protein interaction networks based on the label-free quantitative proteomics / Mihaela E. Sardiu and Michael P. Washburn -- 6. Studying binding specificities of peptide recognition modules by high-throughput phage display selections / Haiming Huang and Sachdev S. Sidhu -- 7. Array-based synthetic genetic screens to map bacterial pathways and functional networks in Escherichia coli / Mohan Babu, Alla Gagarinova, and Andrew Emili -- 8. Advanced methods for high-throughput microscopy screening of genetically modified yeast libraries / Yifat Cohen and Maya Schuldiner -- 9. Pooled lentiviral shRNA screening for functional genomics in mammalian cells / Kim Blakely, Troy Ketela, and Jason Moffat -- 10. Plant DNA sequencing for phylogenetic analyses : from plants to sequences / Susana S. Neves and Laura L. Forrest -- 11. Using coevolution to predict protein-protein interactions / Gregory W. Clark, Vaqaar-un-Nisa Dar, Alexandr Bezginov, Jinghao M. Yang, Robert L. Charlebois, and Elisabeth R.M. Tillier -- 12. Visualizing gene-set enrichment results using the cytoscape plug-in enrichment map / Daniele Merico, Ruth Isserlin, and Gary D. Bader -- 13. Quality control methodology for high-throughput protein-protein interaction screening / Alexei Vazquez, Jean-François Rual, and Kavitha Venkatesan -- 14. Filtering and interpreting large-scale experimental protein-protein interaction data / Gabriel Musso, Andrew Emili, and Zhaolei Zhang -- 15. Classification of cancer patients using pathway analysis and network clustering / David C.Y. Fung, Amy Lo, Lucy Jankova, Stephan J. Clarke, Mark Molloy, Graham R. Robertson, and Marc R. Wilkins -- 16. Statistical analysis of dynamic transcriptional regulatory network structure / Jennifer J. Smith, Ramsey A. Saleem, and John D. Aitchison -- 17. Imputing and predicting quantitative genetic interactions in epistatic MAPs / Colm Ryan, Gerard Cagney, Nevan Krogan, Pádraig Cunningham, and Derek Greene -- 18. Displaying chemical information on a biological network using cytoscape / Iain M. Wallace, Gary D. Bader, Guri Giaever, and Corey Nislow -- 19. Modeling of proteins and their assemblies with the integrative modeling platform / Benjamin Webb, Karen Lasker, Dina Schneidman-Duhovny, Elina Tjioe, Jeremy Phillips, Seung Joong Kim, Javier Velázquez-Muriel, Daniel Russel, and Andrej Sali -- 20. Predicting node characteristics from molecular networks / Sara Mostafavi, Anna Goldenberg, and Quaid Morris -- 21. Mathematical modeling of biomolecular network dynamics / Alexander V. Ratushny, Stephen A. Ramsay, and John D. Aitchison.
  • 2008 Springer
    Klaus Eichmann.
  • 2007
    by the Subcommittee on Networking and Information Technology Research and Development, Committee on Technology, National Science and Technology Council.
  • 2006
    by the Subcommittee on Networking and Information Technology Research and Development, Committee on Technology, National Science and Technology Council.
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    Committee on Enhancing the Internet for Health Biomedical Applications: Technical Requirements and Implementation Strategies, Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, Commission on Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Applications, National Research Council.
    Also available: Print – 2000
  • 2015 Springer
    Gregory Lloyd Blatch, Adrienne Lesley Edkins, editors.
  • 2009 ebrary
    Amalya Lumerman Oliver.
    Networks, collaborations, and learning and knowledge-creation -- The biotechnology industry through the lenses of organizational and networks scholarship -- New organizational forms for knowledge-creation in biotechnology -- Scientific entrepreneurship -- Science and discoveries in the context of private and public knowledge-creation and learning -- The search for university-industry collaborations : linear and chaotic networking processes -- Trust in collaborations and the social structure of academic research -- Organizational learning and strategic alliances : recombination and duality of competition and collaboration -- Further directions for understanding interorganizational collaborations and learning.
  • 2007 Springer
    Jianfeng Feng, Jürgen Jost, and Minping Qian (eds.).
  • Deborah J. Neill.
    Building networks in tropical medicine -- Creating the cadre : teachers, students, and the culture of tropical medicine -- From training to practice : medical experts and public health in Duala and Brazzaville -- Contagions and camps : the sleeping sickness campaigns, 1900-1910 -- Sleeping sickness campaigns in German Cameroon and French Equatorial Africa -- Paul Ehrlich's colonial connections : sleeping sickness drug therapy research, 1903-1914 -- A legacy of embitterment : World War I and its impact on transnational tropical medicine.
  • 2006 Springer
    edited by C. Jane Welsh, Mary W. Meagher, Esther M. Sternberg.
  • 2013
    Peter Ulric Tse.
    The issues of mental causation, consciousness, and free will have vexed philosophers since Plato. This book examines these unresolved issues from a neuroscientific perspective. In contrast with philosophers who use logic rather than data to argue whether mental causation or consciousness can exist given unproven first assumptions, Tse proposes that we instead listen to what neurons have to say. Because the brain must already embody a solution to the mind--body problem, why not focus on how the brain actually realizes mental causation? Tse draws on exciting recent neuroscientific data concerning how informational causation is realized in physical causation at the level of NMDA receptors, synapses, dendrites, neurons, and neuronal circuits. He argues that a particular kind of strong free will and downward mental causation are realized in rapid synaptic plasticity. Recent neurophysiological breakthroughs reveal that neurons function as criterial assessors of their inputs, which then change the criteria that will make other neurons fire in the future. Such informational causation cannot change the physical basis of information realized in the present, but it can change the physical basis of information that may be realized in the immediate future. This gets around the standard argument against free will centered on the impossibility of self-causation. Tse explores the ways that mental causation and qualia might be realized in this kind of neuronal and associated information-processing architecture, and considers the psychological and philosophical implications of having such an architecture realized in our brains.
  • 2013
    Daniel L. Kimmel.
    For many decisions, we must explicitly compare the value of two or more goods being offered. However, often decisions are not between multiple goods, but rather between a single offer and the choice to pass on that offer, such as when deciding to buy a new car, marry a significant other, or read this abstract! For these decisions the relevant comparison is between the expected benefit of the offer and its associated cost. We studied cost-benefit decisions in the macaque monkey while recording from single neurons in the orbitofrontal cortex (OFC), which has been implicated previously in decisions between competing goods. We found that the animal was sensitive to the balance of cost and benefit. That is, his willingness to accept an offer increased monotonically as we increased the benefit while keeping the cost constant. We found that the OFC represented task-relevant information--such as benefit, choice, and expected outcome--in a complex manner. These signals were mixed at the level of single neurons, but by examining the population response, we found separable ensembles of neurons that represented each of these task relevant variables. Moreover, different sets of neurons appeared to represent these signals for discrete temporal epochs within and between trials, which may correspond to distinct functional processes revealed by behavior. Taken together, we offer a novel view of how a population of neurons may collectively represent value and choice information and how that population may transform the representation dynamically over time.
  • 2013 ScienceDirect
    editors-in-chief, John L.R. Rubenstein, Pasko Rakic.
    Section 1. Circuit development -- section 2. Cognitive development -- section 3. Diseases.
  • 2013 Springer
    Yale E. Cohen, Arthur N. Popper, Richard R. Fay, editors.
    1. Auditory Cognition: The Integration of Psychophysics with Neurophysiology -- 2. Processing streams in the auditory cortex -- 3. Task-related activation of the auditory cortex -- 4. The role of the auditory cortex in spatial processing -- 5. Neural correlates of auditory object perception -- 6. Neurophysiology of attention and memory processing -- 7. Phonemic representations and categories -- 8. The Influence of Vision on Auditory Communication in Primates.-9. Attention and dynamic, task-related receptive field plasticity in adult auditory cortex -- 10. Experience-dependent plasticity and the auditory cortex -- Kathryn N. Shepard, Michael P. Kilgard, Robert C. Liu.
  • 2008
    Nancy E. Adleman.
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  • 2010
    Justin Emmanuel Brown.
    Across the human neuroimaging literature, there is general consensus that the primary somatosensory cortex, secondary somatosensory cortex, anterior cingulate cortex, insular cortex, and thalamus are activated during pain. Many other brain regions have been implicated in pain processing, including the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, primary motor cortex, and amygdala. Unfortunately, inter-study differences make it unclear which of these regions are or are not activated during pain. Furthermore, it remains unclear how the many brain regions that are activated during pain interact to distinguish stimuli that are painful from those that are not. The first study in this thesis is a meta-analysis in which we synthesizes the neuroimaging literature on pain and reveal that 14 brain regions are significantly more activated during painful than nonpainful stimulation. These 14 brain regions are the contralateral primary somatosensory cortex, contralateral primary motor cortex, contralateral anterior midcingulate cortex, contralateral supplementary motor area, ventral tegmental area, right anterior insular cortex, bilateral midinsular cortex, bilateral thalamus, bilateral secondary somatosensory cortex, and bilateral superior temporal lobe. The second and third studies in this thesis investigate two mechanisms by which neural activity in distributed brain regions might be integrated to distinguish painful from nonpainful stimulation. The second study in this thesis uses a support vector machine to distinguish painful and nonpainful stimuli based on the linear summation of neural activity across the whole brain. Using whole-brain patterns of neural activity and a support vector machine, we distinguish painful and nonpainful stimuli with 81% accuracy. These results suggest that the linear summation of activity in distributed brain regions may constitute a neural mechanism for distinguishing painful and nonpainful stimuli. Furthermore, the results demonstrate that it is possible to objectively measure pain and we discuss tasks that should be undertaken the advance this approach towards clinical use. The third study in this thesis investigates temporal correlations in neural activity as a potential mechanism of by which the brain may distinguishing painful and nonpainful stimuli. We found that the brain regions activated during pain are significantly correlated in their response to painful and nonpainful stimulation. Furthermore, we found that the brain regions activated during pain are functionally connected during rest. These results do not support the hypothesis that correlations in brain activity distinguish painful and nonpainful stimuli. Importantly however, these results demonstrate that the brain regions activated during pain comprise a resting state network, that is, they are temporally correlated at rest. Together, the studies presented here have spatially defined the distributed brain regions that are activated during pain, and suggest that these brain regions comprise a neural network in which overall activity is increased during pain.
  • 2009 Springer
    Eduard Kraft, Balázs Gulyás, Ernst Pöppel, editors.
  • 2009
    Brian K. Hall.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2014 ScienceDirect
    edited by Paul A. Trainor.
    This book summarizes discoveries of historical significance and provides in-depth, current analyses of the evolution of neural crest cells, their contribution to embryo development, and their roles in disease. In addition, prospects for tissue engineering, repair and regeneration are covered, offering a timely synthesis of the current knowledge in neural crest cell research.
  • 2006 Springer
    edited by Jean-Pierre Saint-Jeannet.
    Neural crest cells and the community of plan for craniofacial development : historical debates and current perspectives / Drew M. Noden and Richard A. Schneider -- Neural crest inducing signals / Martin L. Basch and Marianne Bronner-Fraser -- Transcriptional regulation at the neural plate border / Thomas D. Sargent -- Neural crest delamination and migration : integrating regulations of cell interactions, locomotion, survival and fate / Jean-Loup Duband -- Neural crest cell plasticity : size matters / Lisa L. Sandell and Paul A. Trainor -- The contribution of the neural crest to the vertebrate body / Elisabeth Dupin, Sophie Creuzet, and Nicole M. Le Douarin -- Cranial neural crest and development of the head skeleton / Robert D. Knight and Thomas F. Schilling -- Neural crest contribution to the cardiovascular system / Christopher B. Brown and H. Scott Baldwin -- The genetic regulation of pigment cell development / Debra L. Silver, Ling Hou, and William J. Pavan -- Specification of sensory neuron cell fate from the neural crest / David W. Raible and Josette M. Ungos -- Neural crest and the development of the enteric nervous system / Richard B. Anderson, Donald F. Newgreen, and Heather M. Young -- Growth factors regulating neural crest cell fate decisions / Lukas Sommer -- Neural crest stem cells / Lu Teng and Patricia A. Labosky -- Molecular bases of human neurocristopathies / Heather C. Etchevers, Jeanne Amiel, and Stanislas Lyonnet -- Evolution of the neural crest / Alejandro Barrallo-Gimeno and M. Angela Nieto.
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • 2006 Springer
    edited by Mahendra S. Rao.
  • 2012 Springer
    Mahendra S. Rao, Melissa Carpenter, Mohan C. Vemuri, editors.
    Defining neural stem cells and their role in normal development of the nervous system / Sally Temple -- Embryonic stem cells and neurogenesis / Robin L. Wesselschmidt -- The cellular and molecular properties of multipotent neural stem cells / Scott R. Hutton and Larysa H. Pevny -- Multipotent stem cells in the embryonic nervous system / Chian-Yu Peng ... [et al.] -- Neural crest formation and diversification / Marcos S. Simões-Costa ... [et al.] -- Glial nature of adult neural stem cells : neurogenic competence in adult astrocytes / William W. Hwang, Arturo Alverez-Buylla and Daniel A. Lim -- Neural stem cell death regulation in nervous system development and disease / K.C. Walls and Kevin A. Roth -- Stem cells of adult olfactory epithelium / James E. Schwob, Woochan Jang and Eric H. Holbrook -- Retinal stem cells / Carolina B. Del Debbio ... [et al.] -- Transdifferentiation in the nervous system / Ying Liu and Mahendra S. Rao -- Neural and dopaminergic differentiation of human pluripotent stem cells / Olga Momcilovic and Xianmin Zeng -- Mobilization of neural stem cells in the adult central nervous system / Harish Babu, Theo D. Palmer and Fred H. Gage -- Stem cell pathways in brain tumors / Justin D. Lathia ... [et al.].
  • 2013 Springer Protocols
    edited by Renping Zhou, Lin Mei.
    Isolation and maintenance of cortical neural progenitor cells in vitro / Mi-Yeon Kim, Byoung-San Moon, and Kang-Yell Choi -- Neural induction with a dopaminergic phenotype from human pluripotent stem cells through a feeder-free floating aggregation culture / Asuka Morizane, Daisuke Doi, and Jun Takahashi -- Nucleoside analog labeling of neural stem cells and their progeny / Erik Michael DeBoer and Mladen-Roko Rasin -- Culture of dissociated hippocampal neurons / Yun Peng, Wen-Cheng Xiong, and Lin Mei -- Culturing mouse cerebellar granule neurons / Tharakeswari Selvakumar and Daniel L. Kilpatrick -- Preparation of primary cultured dopaminergic neurons from mouse nrain / Won-Seok Choi, Hyung-Wook Kim, and Zhengui Xia -- Culturing astrocytes from postnatal rats / Yangyang Huang and Cheryl F. Dreyfus -- Culturing oligodendrocyte lineage cells from neonatal rats / Clifton G. Fulmer and Cheryl F. Dreyfus -- Isolation and culture of schwann sells / Yanmei Tao -- DNA transfection : calcium phosphate method / Munjin Kwon and Bonnie L. Firestein -- Gene-gun approach for transfection and labeling of cells in brain slices / Anna Dunaevsky -- Lentiviral vector production, titration, and transduction of primary neurons / Baojin Ding and Daniel L. Kilpatrick -- In ovo electroporation in embryonic chick spinal cords / Hui Wang and Michael P. Matise -- Gene transfer in developing chick embryos : in ovo electroporation / Emma K. Farley -- In utero electroporation in mice / Chunlei Wang and Lin Mei -- General introduction to in situ hybridization protocol using nonradioactively labeled probes to detect mRNAs on tissue sections / Daehoon Lee, Shan Xiong, and Wen-Cheng Xiong -- Immunofluorescence staining with frozen mouse or chick embryonic tissue sections / Hui Wang and Michael P. Matise -- [beta]-galactosidase staining of LacZ fusion proteins in whole tissue preparations / Margaret A. Cooper and Renping Zhou -- Chromatin immunoprecipitation assay of brain tissues using percoll gradient-purified nuclei / Baojin Ding and Daniel L. Kilpatrick -- In vivo dual luciferase reporter assay with chick neural tube in ovo electroporation system / Hui Wang and Michael P. Matise -- Growth cone collapse assay / Xin Yue, Alexander I. Son, and Renping Zhou -- Stripe assay : studying growth preference and axon guidance on binary choice substrates in vitro / Markus Weschenfelder ... [et al.] -- Microcontact printing of substrate-bound protein patterns for cell and tissue culture / Martin Fritz and Martin Bastmeyer -- Semiautomated analysis of dendrite morphology in cell culture / Eric S. Sweet ... [et al.] -- Monitoring synaptic plasticity by imaging AMPA receptor content and dynamics on dendritic spines / Hiroshi Makino and Bo Li -- Morphological analysis of neuromuscular junctions by immunofluorescent staining of whole-mount mouse diaphragms / Haitao Wu and Lin Mei -- Routine histology techniques for the developing and adult central nervous system / W. Geoffrey McAuliffe -- Cryosectioning / Alexander I. Son, Katie Sokolowski, and Renping Zhou -- Golgi-cox method / Gitanjali Das, Kenneth Reuhl, and Renping Zhou -- Neuroanatomical tract-tracing using biotinylated dextran amine / Nikolai E. Lazarov -- Retrograde tracing technique for neonatal animals / Kengo Funakoshi, Akira Yoshikawa, and Yoshitoshi Atobe.
  • 2005 Springer
    edited by Bin He.
  • 2010
    Michael C. Ke.
    An understanding of the neural patterns available to guide plasticity in vivo is needed to bridge our knowledge of synaptic plasticity to its function in learning. I investigated the patterns of neural activity that trigger plasticity in vivo in a simple cerebellum-dependent motor learning task, adaptation of the vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR), with the specific goal of determining which neurons carry the instructive signals that trigger plasticity in the circuit for the VOR. The VOR stabilizes images on the retina during head turns by using vestibular signals to generate compensatory smooth eye movements in the opposite direction of head motion. Motor learning maintains the accuracy of the VOR by modifying the gain and timing of the reflex whenever retinal image motion is persistently associated with head movements. In the laboratory, motor learning in the VOR can be acutely induced by pairing head movements with motion of a visual stimulus. Two specific hypotheses have been proposed regarding the neural signals that guide motor learning in the VOR. One suggests that learning is guided by the activity of Purkinje cells, the output neurons of the cerebellum[1]. The other hypothesis suggests that learning is guided by climbing fiber input to the Purkinje cells[2-4]. Previous experiments addressing which neurons carry instructive signals have typically used a single training condition for increasing VOR gain and a single training condition for decreasing VOR gain[5, 6]. These two training conditions each elicited Purkinje cell and climbing fiber signals that carried information about the required direction of learning, and since the patterns of neural activity were consistent with both hypotheses, data are needed to provide constraints that could discriminate between the hypotheses. The goal of my research is to provide such constraints by recording the patterns of neural activity present in Purkinje cells and climbing fibers during a broader range of visual-vestibular stimuli that induce motor learning in the VOR. I induced motor learning in the VOR by pairing head movements with complex visual stimuli. These novel behavioral manipulations elicited many different combinations of Purkinje cell and climbing fiber signals, allowing us to evaluate how each of these neural signals contributes to learning. My data demonstrated that neither instructive signals in the climbing fibers nor Purkinje cells are necessary for learning, although either signals appear to be sufficient to support learning. Additionally, the largest changes in VOR gain occurred when both signals were present, suggesting that the changes mediated by Purkinje cell-triggered mechanisms and climbing-fiber triggered mechanisms are additive in their effects at the behavioral level. These findings are evidence that motor learning in the VOR is accomplished by parallel and independent operation of climbing fiber-triggered and Purkinje cell-triggered plasticity mechanisms. If cerebellum dependent motor learning is supported by the parallel and independent operation of plasticity mechanisms, similar motor learning need not be accomplished in a stereotyped fashion, but rather similar motor learning can be achieved by engaging distinct subsets of plasticity mechanisms each under the control of a unique instructive signal.

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