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  • 2005 ebrary
    edited by Augustine Meier, Thomas St. James O'Connor, Peter VanKatwyk.
    Towards a joint paradigm reconciling faith and research / Thomas St. James O'Connor and Elizabeth Meakes -- A critical dialogue between theology and psychology / Paul J. Rennick -- Assessing plurality in spirituality definitions / Pam McCarroll, Thomas St. James O'Connor, and Elizabeth Meakes -- Spirituality and family medicine / Cheryl Levitt -- Congregational life after abuse / Carol Penner -- Islamic spiritual care in a health care setting / Nazila Isgandarova -- Communication in spiritual care among people with dementia / Ellen Bouchard Ryan, Lori Schindel-Martin, and Amanda Beaman -- Spirituality and addiction / Lori Edey -- Spirituality in occupational therapy / Sue Baptiste -- Using a labyrinth in spiritual care / Ingrid Bloos -- A wholistic approach to healing : an individual, family, and community model / Calvin Morrisseau -- Old religion, new spirituality, and health care / Carlton F. Brown -- God-talk in the spiritual care of palliative patients / Colleen Lashmar -- Measuring and assessing suffering in arthritic patients / Beverley Clarke ... [et al.] -- Psychosomatics and the spiritual entities of the human psyche / Marie-Line Morin -- Life-threatening illness : a dangerous opportunity / Beverly Musgrave -- The neurobiology of consciousness and spiritual transformation in healing / Stephen M. Sagar.
  • 2013 ebrary, Limited to 3 simultaneous users
    edited by Paul Bramadat, Harold Coward, and Kelli I. Stajduhar.
    This groundbreaking book addresses the spiritual aspect of hospice care for those who do not fit easily within traditional religious beliefs and categories. A companion volume to Religious Understandings of a Good Death in Hospice Palliative Care, this work also advocates for renewed attention to the spiritual, the often overlooked element of hospice care. Drawing on data from clinical case studies, new sociological research, and the perspectives of agnostics, atheists, those who emphasize the spiritual rather than institutional dimensions of a traditional religion, and the rapidly growing cohort of those who describe themselves as spiritual-but-not-religious, the contributors to this volume interpret the shift from predominantly Christian-based pastoral services to a new approach to "the spiritual" shaped by the increasing diversity of Western societies and new understandings of the nature of secular society. How do we use it in a way that enables caregivers to assist patients? Clinicians and policy makers will appreciate the book's practical recommendations regarding staff roles, training, and resource allocation. General readers will be moved by the persuasive call for greater religious and spiritual literacy at every level of health care in order to respond to the full spectrum of human needs in life and in death. -- Publisher
  • 2013
    Harold G. Koenig.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    "Since the publication of the first edition of Spirituality in Patient Care in 2002, the book has earned a reputation as the authoritative introduction to the subject for health professionals interested in identifying and addressing the spiritual needs of patients. The body of research on religion, spirituality, and health continues to grow at a dramatic rate, creating an urgent need for a new edition of this landmark work. In this, the third edition, Harold G. Koenig, M.D., updates every chapter by incorporating the newest research and introducing sensible ways of translating that research into caring for patients. Like previous editions, this new one addresses the whys, hows, whens, and whats of patient-centered integration of spirituality into patient care so that health professionals, including physicians in primary care and the medical and surgical specialties, can utilize this information in clinical practice. Whole chapters are also included offering profession-specific information for nurses, clergy, mental health professionals, social workers, and occupational and physical therapists. Other chapters address topics like culturally and spiritually sensitive care for each major religious group, potential limitations or barriers to application, and even what may happen when research on spirituality and health is misapplied. Throughout these chapters, readers will find new case histories and clinical examples on how to integrate spirituality into patient care depending on their particular circumstances. A ten-session model course curriculum on spirituality and health care for medical students and residents is also provided, with suggestions on how to adapt it for nursing, social work, physical and occupational therapy, and mental health training programs. For more than ten years Spirituality in Patient Care has offered sound guidance to anyone wishing to do more than simply treat their patients' physical symptoms. Treating the whole patient often requires becoming something more than just a skilled technician. With this new edition, Dr. Koenig once again shows the way for any health professional seeking to bridge this gap and help patients regain their lives by finding hope, meaning, and healing."--Provided by publisher.
  • 2007 ebrary
    edited by Mary Ellen Coyte, Peter Gilbert and Vicky Nicholls ; foreword by John Swinton.
    The spiritual foundation: awareness and context for people's lives today / Peter Gilbert -- Values-based practice: help and healing within a shared theology of diversity / Bill (K.W.M.) Fulford and Kim Woodbridge -- Spirituality and mental health across cultures / Suman Fernando -- Loss and grief: spiritual aspects / Neil Thompson -- Through a glass darkly: looking for my own reflection / Sarah Carr -- A journey - with faith: complex travels with Islam through the mental health system / Mariyam Maule ... [et al.] -- Connecting past and present: a survivor reflects on spirituality and mental health / Vicky Nicholls -- Who am I?: the search for spirituality in dementia: a family carer's perspective / Barbara Pointon -- A chaplain's own story / Paul Chapple -- Keep up your spirits: run for your life! a view of running as a spiritual experience / Peter Gilbert -- Spiritual assessment: narratives and responses / Wendy Edwards and Peter Gilbert -- Spirituality and psychiatry: crossing the divide / Andrew Powell -- Spiritual competence: mental health and palliative care / Cameron Langlands, David Mitchell and Tom Gordon. Working with Qi (Chi) to help with mental health problems / Nigel Mills -- Spiritual practice day by day - conversations with those who know / Mary Ellen Coyte -- How different religious organizations can work constructively together / Azim Kidwai and Ali Jan Haider -- Organizational health: engaging the heart of the organization / Sarajane Aris and Peter Gilbert -- A plea for broad understanding: why mental health practitioners need to understand spiritual matters / Christopher MacKenna -- Promoting spiritual well-being in the workplace - training and support for staff / Frances Basset and Thurstine Basset -- Awakening the heart and soul: reflections from therapy / Brian Thorne -- Mental health care: the ultimate context for spiritual and pastoral formation / Julia Head and Mark Sutherland -- Researching spirituality and mental health - a perspective from the research / John Swinton -- Researching the soul: the Somerset Spirituality Project / John Foskett and Anne Roberts -- Concluding thoughts / Mary Ellen Coyte, Peter Gilbert and Vicky Nicholls.
  • 2008 CRCnetBASE
    edited by M.E. Gershwin, Amha Belay.
  • 2012
    Helen Bynum.
    Tuberculosis is a complex and ancient disease that, after many years of virtual disappearance in the developed world, is now making something of a comeback. Helen Bynum tracks the historical development of the disease and considers the challenges it presents to the modern world.
  • 2006
    edited by Werner U. Spitz, co-edited by Daniel J. Spitz ; with a foreword by Ramsey Clark.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    ch. 1. History and development of forensic medicine and pathology / Daniel J. Spitz -- ch. 2. Crime scene -- pt. 1. Bloodstain pattern interpretation / Herbert Leon MacDonell -- pt. 2. Biological evidence on the human body / Heather Miller Coyle, Carrl Ladd, Henry C. Lee -- pt. 3. Trace evidence / Richard E. Bisbing -- ch. 3. Time of death and changes after death -- pt. 1. Anatomical considerations / Joshua A. Perper -- pt. 2. Chemical considerations / William Q. Sturner -- pt. 3. Forensic entomology / Neil H. Haskell -- pt. 4. Exhumation / Michael Mm. Baden -- ch. 4. Identification of human remains -- pt. 1. Diverse techniques / Daniel J. Spitz -- pt. 2. DNA / Lynne M. Helton -- ch. 5. Anthropology / William M. Bass -- ch. 6. Forensic odontology -- pt. 1. Bite mark identification / Richard R. Souviron -- pt. 2. Advanced techniques in dental identification and bite marks / David Sweet -- pt. 3. Advanced photographic techniques / Gregory S. Golden -- pt. 4. The use of digital analysis in bite mark identification / C. Michael Bowers, Raymond J. Johansen -- ch. 7. Sudden and unexpected death from natural causes in adults / Barbara A. Sampson, Vernard I. Adams, Charles S. Hirsch -- ch. 8. Investigation of deaths in childhood -- pt. 1. Feticide and neonaticide / Werner U. Spitz, Daniel J. Spitz -- pt. 2. The abused child and adolescent / Marvin S. Platt, Daniel J. Spitz, Werner U. Spitz -- pt. 3. The differential diagnosis of child abuse / Marvin S. Platt, Lisa Kohler -- ch. 9. Trauma and disease / Vernard I. Adams, Mark A. Flomenbaum, Charles S. Hirsch -- ch. 10. Blunt force injury / Werner U. Spitz -- ch. 11. Sharp force injury / Werner U. Spitz -- ch. 12. Injury by gunfire -- pt. 1. Gunshot wounds / Werner U. Spitz -- pt. 2. Shotgun wounds / Werner U. Spitz -- ch. 13. Thermal injuries / Werner U. Spitz -- ch. 14. Asphyxia / Werner U. Spitz -- ch. 15. Investigation of bodies in water / Daniel J. Spitz -- ch. 16. Electrical and lightning injuries / Edmund R. Donoghue, Barry D. Lifschultz -- ch. 17. Road traffic victim / Werner U. Spitz -- ch. 18. Medicolegal investigation of mass disasters / Glenn N. Wagner, Richard C. Froede -- ch. 19. Trauma of the nervous system -- pt. 1. Forensic neuropathology / Vernon Armbrustmacher, Charles S. Hirsch -- pt. 2. Boxing injuries / Friedrich Unterharnscheidt, James M. Henry -- ch. 20. Microscopic forensic pathology / Joshua A. Perper -- ch. 21. Forensic aspects of radiology / B.G. Brogdon -- ch. 22. Investigation of deaths from drug abuse / Boyd G. Stephens -- ch. 23. Forensic aspects of alcohol / Werner U. Spitz -- ch. 24. The medicolegal autopsy report / Werner U. Spitz -- ch. 25. Selected procedures at autopsy / Werner U. Spitz.
  • 2014 Springer Protocols
    edited by Klemens J. Hertel.
    The pre-mRNA splicing reaction / Somsakul Pop Wongpalee and Shalini Sharma -- Diversity and evolution of spliceosomal systems / Scott William Roy and Manuel Irimia -- Mechanisms of spliceosomal assembly / Ni-ting Chiou and Kristen W. Lynch -- Alternative pre-mRNA splicing / Stacey D. Wagner and J. Andrew Berglund -- Regulation of alternative pre-mRNA splicing / Miguel B. Coelho and Christopher W.J. Smith -- Introduction to cotranscriptional RNA splicing / Evan C. Merkhofer, Peter Hu, and Tracy L. Johnson -- Chromatin and splicing / Nazmul Haque and Shalini Oberdoerffer -- Preparation of splicing competent nuclear extracts / Chiu-Ho T. Webb and Klemens J. Hertel -- Preparation of yeast whole cell splicing extract / Elizabeth A. Dunn and Stephen D. Rader -- Efficient splinted ligation of synthetic RNA using RNA ligase / Martha R. Stark and Stephen D. Rader -- In vitro assay of pre-mRNA splicing in mammalian nuclear extract / Maliheh Movassat, William F. Mueller, and Klemens J. Hertel -- Kinetic analysis of in vitro pre-mRNA splicing in HeLa nuclear extract / William F. Mueller and Klemens J. Hertel -- In vitro systems for coupling RNAP II transcription to splicing and polyadenylation / Eric G. Folco and Robin Reed -- Isolation and accumulation of spliceosomal assembly intermediates / Janine O. Ilagan and Melissa S. Jurica -- Complementation of U4 snRNA in S. cerevisiae splicing extracts for biochemical studies of snRNP assembly and function / Martha R. Stark and Stephen D. Rader -- Expression and purification of splicing proteins from mammalian cells / Eric Allemand and Michelle L. Hastings -- Single molecule approaches for studying spliceosome assembly and catalysis / Eric G. Anderson and Aaron A. Hoskins -- Cell-based splicing of minigenes / Sarah A. Smith and Kristen W. Lynch -- Quantifying the ratio of spliceosome components assembled on pre-mRNA / Noa Neufeld, Yehuda Brody, and Yaron Shav-Tal -- Antisense methods to modulate pre-mRNA splicing / Joonbae Seo, Eric W. Ottesen, and Ravindra N. Singh -- Using yeast genetics to study splicing mechanisms / Munshi Azad Hossain and Tracy L. Johnson -- Medium throughput analysis of alternative splicing by fluorescently labeled RT-PCR / Ryan Percifield, Daniel Murphy, and Peter Stoilov -- Chromatin immunoprecipitation approaches to determine co-transcriptional nature of splicing / Nicole I. Bieberstein, Korinna Straube, and Karla M. Neugebauer -- Computational approaches to mine publicly available databases / Rodger B. Voelker, William A. Cresko, and J. Andrew Berglund -- Approaches to link RNA secondary structures with splicing regulation / Mireya Plass and Eduardo Eyras -- Methods to study splicing from high-throughput RNA sequencing data / Gael P. Alamancos, Eneritz Agirre, and Eduardo Eyras -- Global protein-RNA interaction mapping at single nucleotide resolution by iCLIP-seq / Chengguo Yao, Lingjie Weng, and Yongsheng Shi -- Predicting alternative splicing / Yoseph Barash and Jorge Vaquero Garcia.
  • 2015 Springer
    Adam L. Wollowick, Vishal Sarwahi, editors.
    Section I: Basic Principles, Diagnosis, and Non-surgical Management -- Spondylolisthesis: A Historical Perspective on Etiology, Diagnosis, and Treatment -- Anatomy and Biomechanics Relevant to Spondylolisthesis -- Pain Generators in Spondylolisthesis -- Clinical Evaluation of Pediatric Patients with Spondylolisthesis.-Clinical Evaluation of Adult Patients with Spondylolisthesis -- Imaging Techniques for the Diagnosis of Spondylolisthesis -- Classification of Spondylolisthesis -- Role of the Pelvis in the Diagnosis and Management of L5-S1 Spondylolisthesis.-Non-Operative Treatment of Spondylolisthesis -- Non-surgical Management of Spondylolisthesis in Children and Adolescents -- Non-surgical Management of Spondylolisthesis in Adults -- Section II: Surgical Techniques.-Surgical Techniques: Spondylolysis Repair.-Decompression and Spinal Fusion.-Surgical Techniques: Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion.-Anterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion (ALIF).-Minimally Invasive TLIF for Adult Spondylolisthesis.-Surgical Technique: Lateral Interbody Fusion for Adult Spondylolisthesis.-Pre-sacral Fusion for Adult Spondylolisthesis.-Surgical Techniques: Management of High-Grade Spondylolisthesis including Reduction Techniques.-Management of Spondyloptosis.-Management of Traumatic Spondylolisthesis: Cervical and Lumbar.-Spondylolisthesis Associated with Scoliosis.-Section III: Results of Treatment and Complications -- Results of Surgical Treatment of Adult Degenerative Spondylolisthesis -- Results of Surgical Treatment of Low Grade Adult Isthmic Spondylolisthesis.-Results of Surgical Treatment of Pediatric Spondylolysis and Spondylolisthesis.-Complications Associated with Surgical Treatment of Adult Spondylolisthesis.-Complications Associated with Surgical Treatment of Pediatric Spondylolisthesis -- Intraoperative Neuro-monitoring During Spondylolisthesis Surgery.-Value Considerations in the Surgical Management of Spondylolisthesis. Results of Surgical Treatment of Low Grade Adult Isthmic Spondylolisthesis.-Results of Surgical Treatment of Pediatric Spondylolysis and Spondylolisthesis.-Complications Associated with Surgical Treatment of Adult Spondylolisthesis.-Complications Associated with Surgical Treatment of Pediatric Spondylolisthesis -- Intraoperative Neuro-monitoring During Spondylolisthesis Surgery.-Value Considerations in the Surgical Management of Spondylolisthesis. Intraoperative Neuro-monitoring During Spondylolisthesis Surgery.-Value Considerations in the Surgical Management of Spondylolisthesis.
  • 2009
    William D. McArdle, Frank I. Katch, Victor L. Katch.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    The macronutrients -- The micronutrients and water -- Digestion and absorption of the food nutrients -- Nutrient role in bioenergetics -- Macronutrient metabolism in exercise and training -- Measurement of energy in food and during physical activity -- Nutritional recommendations for the physically active person -- Nutritional considerations for intense training and sports competition -- Making wise choices in the nutrition marketplace -- Exercise thermoregulation, fluid balance, and rehydration -- Pharmacologic and chemical ergogenic aids evaluated -- Nutritional ergogenic aids evaluated -- Body composition assessment and sport-specific observations -- Energy balance, exercise, and weight control -- Disordered eating.
  • 2015 Springer
    Georg Stuebinger.
    Georg Stuebinger verifies each of the 24 most common and deadliest cancer diseases worldwide including well-established and potential risk factors resp. important symptoms by using current literature and comprehensive scientific studies with a direct relation to the impact of various parameters of sports and exercise training such as training type, intensity, volume, duration and frequency complete with the corresponding effects. The impact of sports and exercise training as a potential therapy on reduced risk of cancer has been widely discussed in many scientific articles over the last few years, but is still widely unknown. In 2012, about 14 m cancer cases and 8.2 m cancer deaths appeared worldwide whereby cancer represents one of the most frequent causes of death accounting for approximately 13% with a continuously rising number.
  • 2012 Springer
    Massimo Fioranelli, Gaetano Frajese, editors ; forewords by Jacob Shani and Moussa Mansour.
    This comprehensive reference textbook examines in detail physiological and pathophysiological aspects of the cardiovascular system and cardiovascular disease in the sporting population. In the first part of the book, the non-invasive and invasive diagnostic techniques employed in cardiology are systematically reviewed, with explanation of their indications and clinical utility. The second, more extensive part is devoted to clinical cardiology and covers the great majority of cardiological problems encountered among athletes and other sportsmen and -women. Syncope, cardiac arrhythmias, and sudden cardiac death are extensively addressed, and guidance is provided on sports practice for individuals with different forms of heart disease. Cardiologic rehabilitation is discussed, and attention is also paid to the legal implications of diagnosed or unsuspected cardiovascular diseases for sportspeople. Sports Cardiology will be an invaluable resource for trainee and experienced health care professionals, including in particular cardiologists and sports medicine physicians. It will provide the knowledge required in order to make critical decisions regarding eligibility, thereby preventing tragic events and especially sudden death - the most devastating occurrence in sport.
  • 2009 Springer
    Antonio Pelliccia, editor ; foreword by Barry J. Maron.
  • 2011 Springer
    Christine E. Lawless, editor.
    Sudden cardiac death in athletes: scope of the problem and emergency response -- Cardiovascular screening of athletes: focused exam, electrocardiograms, and limited echocardiograms -- Echocardiography and advanced cardiac imaging in athletes -- Exercise training and prescription -- Role of genetic testing for sudden death predisposing heart conditions in athletes -- Shortness of breath -- Chest pain in the athlete: differential diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment -- The collapsed athlete -- Syncope/presyncope in the competitive athlete -- Electrophysiological approach to syncope and near-syncope in the athlete -- Heart murmurs -- Management of hypertension in athletes -- Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy -- Commotio cordis: practical aspects in sports -- Coronary artery anomalies and sports activities -- Participation in sports for the athlete with the Marfan syndrome -- Congenital heart disease: exercise and sports participation -- Athlete with a device: implantable cardioverter defibrillators and pacemakers -- Long QT syndrome and other channelopathies -- Cardiac effects of ergogenic aides and supplements -- Return-to-play decisions in athletes with cardiac conditions: guidelines and considerations.
  • 2006 Springer
    Brian B. Adams.
  • 2016 Karger
    volume editors, Fabio Lanfranco, Christian Strasburger.
    Growth hormone-insulin-like growth factor axis, thyroid axis, prolactin, and exercise / Hackney, A.C., Davis, H.C., Lane, A.R. -- Exercise and the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal axis / Duclos, M., Tabarin, A. -- Exercise, training, and the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis in men and women / Cano Sokoloff, N., Misra, M., Ackerman, K.E. -- Metabolic effects of exercise / Moghetti, P., Bacchi, E., Brangani, C., Don, S., Negri, C. -- Endocrine eesponses to exercise in the developing child and adolescent / Richmond, E., Rogol, A.D. -- Impact of physical exercise on endocrine aging / Janssen, J.A.M.J.L. -- Androgens / Iyer, R., Handelsman, D.J. -- Growth hormone and insulin-like growth factor-1 / Nicholls, A.R., Holt, R.I.G. -- Erythropoietin / Jelkmann, W. -- Ergogenic aids and supplements / Porrini, M., Del Bo', C. -- Methods for doping detection / Ponzetto, F., Giraud, S., Leuenberger, N., Boccard, J., Nicoli, R., Baume, N., Rudaz, S., Saugy, M.
  • 2014 Springer
    David R. Diduch, L. Michael Brunt, editors.
    Sports hernias are an increasingly recognized problem in athletics, presenting a challenge for team physicians and other health care providers regarding their diagnosis and management. Confusion is magnified by the various treatment methods that exist, both surgical and non-surgical. Sports Hernia and Athletic Pubalgia is the first text devoted solely to the topic of sports hernia and will examine its etiology and diagnosis, as well as how to differentiate it from other problems involving the athlete's hip area and other injuries it often correlates and interacts with, such as femoroacetabular impingement. It covers all current approaches to treatment, from open approaches to minimally invasive approaches, and discusses rehabilitation and return to play. Comprised of contributions from an international array of expert clinicians and thought leaders, this is the immediate authoritative book on the subject of sports hernias.
  • 2015 Springer
    Kazuyuki Kanosue, editor in chief ; Tetsuya Ogawa, Mako Fukano, Toru Fukubayashi, editors.
    Preface -- Part I: Sports Injury Surveillance -- Sports Injury Surveillance in Japan (from Sports Safety Association) -- Sports Injury Surveillance in Japanese Junior and Senior High School Students -- Injury and Illness Surveillance among Olympic Athletes -- Part II: Concussion and Severe Head-Neck Injury -- Concussions in Junior Rugby Football Athletes and their Prevention -- Prevention of head and neck trauma in rugby -- Severe Head & Neck Injury and its Prevention in Judo -- Concussion and Severe Head-Neck Injury: An Approach for their Prevention in Rugby and Judo -- Part III: ACL Injury: Injury Mechanism, Prevention Programs and Their Usefulness -- Video analysis of ACL injuries in sports -- Video Analysis of ACL Injury Mechanisms Using a Model-Based Image-Matching Technique -- Injury Rate of Soccer Players and the Efficacy of the FIFA 11 + Program -- Biomechanical Studies on ACL Injury Risk Factor During Cutting; Utilizing the Point Cluster Technique -- Biomechanical Risk Factors and Prevention of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury -- Risk Factor Analysis of Female Soccer Tournament Players -- Prevention of Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injury -- Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury Prevention in Female Adolescents -- FIFA 11+ -- Injury Prevention in Amateur Football -- From Development to Worldwide Dissemination -- Influence of Changing Direction on the Center of Gravity and Knee Joint Angle in Rugby Players -- Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury Prevention in Female Lacrosse Players Based on an Examination of Knee and Hip Joint Mechanics During Drop Vertical Jumps Performed While Holding a Lacrosse Stick -- ACL Injury Mechanism in Badminton: Survey of Injury Situation and Motion Analysis Study -- Part IV: ACL Injury: Post-Operative Rehabilitation, Recovery of Function and Tendon Regeneration -- Functional Hop Tests Contribute to Safe Return to Sports after Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction -- Biomechanical Adaptations in Subjects after Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Preventing Secondary Injury -- Morphology and Function of the Semitendinosus Muscle-Tendon Complex after Harvesting its Tendon for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction -- Part V: Muscle Functions, Occurrence Mechanisms, and Program to Prevent Strain in the Hamstring Muscles -- Functional Differences among Hamstring Muscles in Hip Extension and Knee Flexion Exercises -- Anatomical and Functional Differences of Hamstrings -- Differences in Activation Patterns of the Hamstring Muscles during Sprinting -- The Relationship between Eccentric Exercise and Muscle Damage in Hamstring Muscles -- Risk factors and prevention of hamstring strain -- Part VI: Function in Arches of the Feet and Occurrence Mechanisms of Foot Disorders, Characteristics and Their Prevention -- Kinematics of the Foot and Ankle -- Biomechanical Analysis of the Effects of Footwear -- Risk Factors and Mechanisms of Fifth Metatarsal Stress Fracture -- Part VII: Lumbar Disorder and an Approach for Its Prevention -- Low Back Disorders Among Athletes and Its Prevention -- The Epidemiology of Low Back Disorders in Athletes -- The Prevention of Low Back Disorders in Divers -- Electromyographic Analysis of Deep Trunk Muscles During Sports Activities.
  • 2011 Springer
    Apostolos H. Karantanas (ed.) ; foreword by Albert L. Baert.
    pt. 1. Sports injuries in youth : general aspects -- pt. 2. Injuries by anatomical location -- pt. 3. Common injuries in popular sports.
  • 2014 Springer
    Rosa Mónica Rodrigo, Joan C. Vilanova, José Martel.
    This introduction to sports injuries in children and adolescents is written in a user-friendly format and takes into account the fact that sports injuries in the pediatric population are not an easy topic for non-pediatric orthopedic surgeons, pediatricians, and non-pediatric radiologists. The book is divided into five chapters on musculoskeletal particularities in children, head and spine trauma, muscle strains and avulsion injuries, bone fractures, overuse injuries, and miscellanea. Each of these chapters comprises ten cases, and each case study includes up to four figures, a description of the clinical case, a review of the pathophysiology of the condition described in the case, and a final section on imaging findings. Sports Injuries in Children and Adolescents is a case-based book aimed at pediatricians, pediatric orthopedic surgeons, and radiologists.
  • 2014 Springer
    Terrence M. Philbin, editor.
    Sports Injuries of the Foot is the go-to text for the management and treatment of foot injuries in athletes, demonstrating the current state-of-the-art techniques in assessment, testing and treatment. Organized anatomically beginning with the toes and working down the foot, it covers such common athletic injuries as turf toe, bunions, MTP instability, and midfoot and navicular fractures, all in the context of athletic activity. Attention is also given to special considerations for the adolescent and female athlete, with an eye toward return to play. Written by clinicians for clinicians, it will be an invaluable resource for orthopedists, podiatrists, team physicians, athletic trainers and primary care providers alike.
  • 2015 Springer
    Mahmut Nedim Doral, Jon Karlsson, editors.
    Sports Injuries: Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment and Rehabilitation covers the whole field of sports injuries and is an up-to-date guide for the diagnosis and treatment of the full range of sports injuries. The work pays detailed attention to biomechanics and injury prevention, examines the emerging treatment role of current strategies and evaluates sports injuries of each part of musculoskeletal system. In addition, pediatric sports injuries, extreme sports injuries, the role of physiotherapy, and future developments are extensively discussed. All those who are involved in the care of patients with sports injuries will find this textbook to be an invaluable, comprehensive, and up-to-date reference.
  • 2012 Springer
    Mahmut Nedim Doral (editor) ; Reha N. Tandoğan, Gideon Mann, René Verdonk (co-editors).
    In recent years, research studies into sports injuries have provided healthcare professionals with a better understanding of their etiology and natural history. On this basis, novel concepts in the diagnosis and management of these conditions are now being explored. This timely book offers a complete guide to the latest knowledge on the diagnosis and treatment of the full range of possible sports injuries. Individual sections are devoted to biomechanics, injury prevention, and the still emerging treatment role of growth factors, which foster more rapid tissue healing. Sports injuries of each body region are then examined in detail, with special attention to diagnostic issues and the most modern treatment techniques. In addition, pediatric sports injuries, extreme sports injuries, the role of physiotherapy, and future developments are extensively discussed. All who are involved in the care of patients with sports injuries will find this textbook to be an invaluable, comprehensive, and up-to-date reference.
  • 2015 Springer
    Jin-Young Park, editor.
  • 2008 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Mark D. Miller, Brian J. Cole, Andrew J. Cosgarea and Jon K. Sekiya.
    Sect. I: Knee arthroscopy/meniscus procedures -- (Knee examination and imaging -- Knee arthroscopy-the basics -- Arthroscopic synovectomy -- Arthroscopic lysis of adhesions -- Arthroscopic meniscectomy -- Meniscal cyst and discoid meniscus -- Inside-out and outside-in meniscal repair -- All-inside meniscal repair -- Arthroscopically assisted meniscus transplantation) -- Sect. II: Articular cartilage procedures -- (Chondroplasty and microfracture -- Osteochondral autograft transplantation -- Autologous chondrocyte implantation -- Osteochondral allograft transplantation -- Osteochondritis dissecans -- Avascular necrosis and core decompression -- Opening wedge high tibial osteotomy -- Unicondylar knee arthroplasty) -- Sect. III: Knee ligament procedures -- (Single-bundle anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction -- Complex (double-bundle and revision) anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction -- Pediatric anterior cruciate ligament injuries -- Posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction -- Knee medial collateral ligament reconstruction -- Posterolateral corner reconstruction -- Multiple ligament injury) -- Sect. IV: Patellofmoral procedures -- (Acute and chronic patellar tendon ruptures -- Quadriceps tendon repair -- Arthroscopic lateral retinacular release -- Patellar tendionpathy -- Acute patella dislocation: medial patellofemoral ligament repair -- Patella fracture -- Proximal realignment: medal patellofemoral ligament reconstruction -- Distal realignment).
  • 2013 Springer
    Amol Saxena, editor.
    Sports Medicine and Arthroscopic Surgery of the Foot and Ankle is an invaluable source of information for the sports medicine practitioner who performs foot and ankle surgery. All the common sports injuries of the foot and ankle that may require surgery are covered. The latest techniques, including arthroscopic approaches are highlighted. This unique text is designed to be a reference for all levels who want the best resource for their sports medicine foot and ankle patients who may require surgery.
  • 2009
    [edited by] Ralph M. Buschbacher, Nathan D. Prahlow, Shashank J. Dave.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Preparticipation physical evaluation / John L. Turner -- Sport psychology : psychological concepts and interventions / Chris Carr -- Tissue injury and healing / Sara Christensen Holz and Matthew Smuck -- The sports medicine approach to musculoskeletal medicine / Anthony Margherita -- Stretching and injury prevention / Vicki L. Voils and Nathan D. Prahlow -- Performance-enhancing sports supplements / Jeff Fields and John L. Turner -- Baseball injuries / Lance A. Rettig and Mark Ritter -- Racket sports injuries / Neeru Jayanthi and Jay V. Subbarao -- Golf injuries / Andrea L. Aagesen and Shashank J. Dave -- Swimming and diving injuries / Kevin M. Marberry and Dawn Schisler -- Road cycling injuries / Julia J. Walker and Shashank J. Dave -- Mountain biking injuries / Matthew Smuck -- Football injuries / Gerard A. Malanga, Jason Peter, and Dennis A. Bandemer, Jr. -- Soccer injuries / Elizabeth A. Grossart and Johnny G. Owens -- Running injuries / Michael Khazzam and Kevin M. Marberry -- Skiing and snowboarding injuries / Peter W. Bailey, Andrea J. Boon, and Eric J. Watson -- Gymnastics injuries / Grant Lloyd Jones, Todd C. Miller, and Donald C. LeMay -- Basketball injuries / Meenakshi Garg, Peter I. Sallay, and Patti Hunker -- Volleyball injuries / Nathan D. Prahlow -- Weight-training injuries / Jess D. Salinas, Jr. -- Women's musculoskeletal issues / Gary P. Chimes -- Musculoskeletal issues in the elderly / Nabiha N. Gill -- Health benefits of exercise / Angela T. Carbone and Albert Gunjan Singh.
  • 2008 ClinicalKey
    Peter H. Seidenberg, Anthony I. Beutler.
    Sideline physician / John H. Wilckens -- Preparticipation evaluation / Jay E. Noffsinger -- Team physician's bag / Scott D. Flinn and Elise T. Gordon -- Mass-participation event coverage / Scott W. Pyne -- Emergency planning for athletic events / Scott D. Flinn and Timothy Dwyer -- Victim or culprit: a pathoanatomic approach to the correct diagnosis / Anthony I. Beutler -- Physical examination of the wrist and hand / William A. Mitchell III and Ahmed A. Radwan -- Physical examination of the elbow / Thomas M. Howard, Joel L. Shaw and James Phillips -- Physical examination of the shoulder / Sean T. Mullendore -- Physical examination of the cervical and thoracic spine / Derek A. Woessner and Charles W. Webb -- Physical examination of the lumbar spine / Philip Ham and James D. Leiber -- Physical examination of the hip and pelvis / Peter H. Seidenberg and Marc A. Childress -- Physical examination of the knee / Nicholas A. Piantanida and Nicole T. Yedlinsky -- Physical examination of the foot and ankle / Karl B. Fields, Wesley R. Ibazebo and Ryan E. Modlinski -- General principles of fracture management / Howard J. McGowan -- Splinting and casting / Timothy J. Mazzola -- Radiographic lines and angles / Peter H. Seidenberg -- Wrist and hand fractures / Stephen J. Titus and W. Scott Deitche -- Soft-tissue injuries of the hand and wrist / Chad Asplund and Christopher D. Meyering -- Elbow injuries / Mark A. Slabaugh -- Injuries of the shoulder and arm -- pt. A. Soft-tissue shoulder injuries / Patrick St. Pierre and Rodney Gonzales -- pt. B. Shoulder fractures and clavicular joint injuries / Patrick St. Pierre and Rodney Gonzales -- Craniomaxillofacial injuries / Allyson S. Howe -- Cervical spine injuries / Barry P. Boden -- Thoracic and lumbar spine injuries / Charles W. Webb and Richard Geshel -- Pelvic pain in the athlete / Adam J. Farber, John H. Wilckens and Christopher G. Jarvis -- Knee injuries / Andrew T. McDonald and Lyndon B. Gross -- Lower leg injuries / Greg Dammann and Duane R. Hennion -- Ankle fractures / Shawn E. Kane -- Foot fractures / Kevin deWeber -- Foot and ankle soft-tissue injuries / Ahmed A. Radwan, Peter H. Seidenberg and Greg Dammann -- Pediatric and adolescent injuries -- pt. A. Treatment of common pediatric and adolescent conditions / Mark B. Stephens -- pt. B. Spondylolysis: a practical approach to an adolescent enigma / Francis G. O'Connor, Pierre A. d'Hemecourt and Melissa Nebzydoski -- Stress fractures / Christopher M. Prior and Jessica A. Pesce -- Principles of sports rehabilitation / Jennifer Reed and Jimmy D. Bowen -- Practical application of osteopathic manipulation in sports medicine / Lori A. Boyajian-O'Neill and Dennis A. Cardone -- Core stabilization / Daniel L. Munton, Geof D. Manzo and Elizabeth J. Caschetta -- Physical therapy modalities / Guy R. Majkowski and Norman W. Gill III -- Athletic taping / Raymond D. Chronister and Gregg Calhoon -- Proper indications and uses of orthopedic braces / Jeff C. Leggitt and Christopher G. Jarvis -- Exercise prescription / David D. Farnsworth and Michael Cannon -- Cardiovascular testing / David A. Djuric and Francis G. O'Connor -- Testing for maximal aerobic power / Patricia A., Deuster and Yuval Heled -- Exercise-induced asthma testing / Rochelle M. Nolte and Christopher J. Lettieri -- Gait analysis / Timothy L. Switaj and Francis G. O'Connor -- Concussion testing and management / Scott A. Playford -- Running shoes: assessment and selection / Charles W. Webb and Marc A. Childress -- Compartment syndrome testing / Brandon D. Larkin and Janiece N. Stewart -- Electrodiagnostic testing / Jimmy D. Bowen -- Therapeutic and diagnostic injections and aspirations / Thomas M. Howard and Leslie H. Rassner -- Ergogenic aids / Jeffrey I. Levy [and others] -- Evidence-based regenerative injection therapy (prolotherapy) in sports medicine / K. Dean Reeves, Bradley D. Fullerton and Gaston Topol -- Team physician consensus statement -- Sports and physical activity in youth / Bernard Purcell and Mark B. Stephens -- Exercise prescription for pregnant patients / Pamela M. Williams and Michael Barron -- Exercise prescription for geriatric patients / Brian K. Unwin.
  • 2010 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Bruce Reider, Michael A. Terry, Matthew T. Provencher.
  • 2011 Karger
    editors, Ronald J. Maughan, Louise M. Burke.
    Carbohydrate ingestion during exercise : effects on performance, training adaptations, and trainability of the gut / Jeukendrup, A.E.; McLaughlin, J. -- Altering endogenous carbohydrate availability to support training adaptations / Philp, A., Baar, K., Burke, L.M. -- Metabolic regulation of fat use during exercise and in recovery -- Spriet, L.L. -- Fat adaptation science : low-carbohydrate, high-fat diets to alter fuel utilization, and promote training adaptation / Hawley, J.A. -- Dietary protein to support muscle hypertrophy / van Loon, L.J.C., Gibala, M.J. -- Effect of protein, dairy components, and energy balance in optimizing body composition / Phillips, S.M., Zemel, M.B. -- Effect of cell hydration on metabolism / Lang, F. -- Practical nutritional recommendations for the athlete -- Maughan, R.J., Burke, L.M.
  • 2008 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Ira Wolinsky, Judy A. Driskell.
    Introduction to sports nutrition: energy metabolism / Barry Braun and Benjamin F. Miller -- Utilization of carbohydrates in energy production / J. Andrew Doyle, Charilaos Papadopoulos, and Michael S. Green -- Utilization of fats in energy production / Serge P. von Duvillard ... [et al.] -- Utilization of proteins in energy metabolism / Mauro G. Di Pasquale -- Laboratory methods for determining energy expenditures of athletes / Robert G. McMurray and Kristin S. Ondrak -- Field assessment of physical activity and energy expenditure among athletes / Kelley K. Pettee, Catrine Tudor-Locke, and Barbara E. Ainsworth -- Influence of dietary fiber on body weight regulation / Daniel D. Gallaher -- Nutritional implications of sex and age differences in energy metabolism / A.C. Maher and Mark A. Tarnopolsky -- Body weight regulation and energy needs / Melina M. Manore and Janice L. Thompson.
  • 2007 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Judy A. Driskell.
    Introduction to sports nutrition: fats and proteins / John J.B. Anderson -- Total fats, saturated fats, and cholesterol / Heather E. Rasmussen and Ji-Young Lee -- Medium-chain triglycerides / Wayne E. Billon -- Omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids / Karina R. Lora and Nancy M. Lewis -- Conjugated linoleic acid / Celeste G. Koster and Martha A. Belury -- Octacosanol and wheat germ oil / Susan H. Mitmesser -- Protein: quantity and quality / Mark A. Tarnopolsky and Brian W. Timmons -- Whey, casein, and soy proteins / Brian S. Synder and Mark D. Haub -- Creatine / Richard B. Kreider -- Glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate / Catherine G.R. Jackson -- Carnitine / Sara Chelland Campbell and Robert J. Moffatt -- [Beta]-Hydroxy-[Beta]-Methylbutyrate / Steven L. Nissen -- Branched-chain amino acids / Michael Gleeson -- Glutamine / Satya S. Jonnalagadda -- Other individual amino acids / Neal F. Spruce and C. Alan Titchenal -- Recommended proportions of carbohydrates to fats to proteins in diets / Henry C. Lukaski. Introduction to sports nutrition: fats and proteins / John J.B. Anderson -- Total fats, saturated fats, and cholesterol / Heather E. Rasmussen and Ji-Young Lee -- Medium-chain triglycerides / Wayne E. Billon -- Omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids / Karina R. Lora and Nancy M. Lewis -- Conjugated linoleic acid / Celeste G. Koster and Martha A. Belury -- Wheat germ oil and octacosanol / Susan H. Mitmesser -- Protein, quantity and quality / Mark A. Tarnopolsky and Brian W. Timmons -- Whey, casein, and soy proteins / Brian S. Synder and Mark D. Haub -- Creatine / Richard B. Kreider -- Glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate / Catherine G.R. Jackson -- Carnitine / Sara A. Chelland-Campbell and Robert J. Moffatt -- Beta-Hydroxy-Beta-Methylbutyrate / Steven L. Nissen -- Branched-chain amino acids / Michael Gleeson -- Glutamine / Satya S. Jonnalagadda -- Other individual amino acids / Neal F. Spruce and Alan Titchenal -- Recommended proportions of carbohydrates to fats to proteins in diets / Henry C. Lukaski.
  • 2014 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Elizabeth Broad.
    "Many sports nutrition professionals are challenged by their lack of knowledge of both the functional limitations and the required alterations to training of the athlete with an impairment. In cases where the impairment results in minimal differences in the physiological basis of exercise, sports nutrition principles are easily transferable. However, other impairments such as spinal cord injuries, spina bifida, and cerebral palsy require a very individualized approach to estimations of energy expenditure and carbohydrate and fluid requirements. 'Sports Nutrition for Paralympic Athletes' provides information on the broad subcategories of all physical impairments, along with visual, hearing, and intellectual impairments. Specific areas such as body composition, supplements, and practical issues are discussed comprehensively. Case studies enhance and illustrate a direct and first-hand application to managing Paralympic athletes. Sports nutrition can be the difference in being competitive and making the podium. With the rapidly increasing Paralympic profile, this book will be required reading for professionals endeavoring to give their athletes the competitive edge. This book will challenge and stimulate current and future research in this area to improve the delivery of this intrinsic component of athlete preparation"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2006 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Judy A. Driskell, Ira Wolinsky.
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • 2015 Springer
    Kazuyuki Kanosue, editor in chief ; Tomoyuki Nagami, Jun Tsuchiya, editors.
  • 2016 Springer
    David Conrad, Alan White, editors ; foreword by Mike Farrar.
    Introduction: The Role of Sport in Public Health -- Part I: Sport and Disaster Response -- Post-Earthquake, Iran -- Civil War, Ivory Coast -- Part II: Peace and Social Capital Building through Sport -- Open Fun Football Schools, Balkans -- Right to Play, International -- Dads and Lads, UK -- Fight for Peace, Brazil -- Part III: Sport and Immunisation -- Olympic Sport and Immunisation Festival, Ghana -- Kick Polio Out of Africa -- Part IV: Sport and Screening -- "Sex and Sport" Chlamydia Screening, Australia -- "Kick N Test" HIV and TB Screening Football Tournament, Kenya -- Part V: Health Promotion in Sports Settings -- CALM Mental Health Promotion in Rugby Clubs, UK -- Healthy Stadia, Europe -- Tackling Men's Health, UK -- Golf for People with Severe and Enduring Mental Health Problems, UK -- Premier League Health, UK -- Developing Health Promotion Resources for Use in Sports Settings, UK -- Part VI: Health Promotion with a Sport Theme -- HIV/AIDS Projects in Africa -- "It's a Goal" Mental Health Intervention, UK -- Liverpool FC Men's Health Work -- Conclusion.
  • 2014 NAP
    Committee on Sports-Related Concussions in Youth, Board on Children, Youth, and Families ; Robert Graham, Frederick P. Rivara, Morgan A. Ford, Carol Mason Spicer, editors ; Institute of Medicine and National Research Council of the National Academies.
    In the past decade, few issues at the intersection of medicine and sports have had as high a profile or have generated as much public interest as sports-related concussions. In recent years there has been a growing awareness and understanding that all concussions involve some level of injury to the brain and that athletes suspected of having a concussion should be removed from play for further evaluation (CDC, 2013; Halstead et al., 2010). Despite the increased attention, however, confusion and controversy persist in many areas, from how to define a concussion and how multiple concussions affect the vulnerability of athletes to future injury, to when it is safe for a player to return to sports and the effectiveness of protective devices and other interventions in reducing the incidence and severity of concussive injuries (Wilde et al., 2012). Parents worry about choosing sports that are safe for their children to play, about finding the equipment that can best protect their children, and about when, if a child does receive a concussion, it will be safe for him or her to return to play or if it might be time to quit a much-loved sport entirely. It is within this context that the Institute of Medicine (IOM) and National Research Council (NRC), in October 2012, convened the Committee on Sports-Related Concussions in Youth to review the science of sports-related concussions in youth from elementary school through young adulthood, including military personnel and their dependents, and to prepare a report on that topic based on that review. The committee was charged with reviewing the available literature on concussions within the context of developmental neurobiology, specifically relating to the causes of concussions, their relationship to impacts to the head or body during sports, the effectiveness of protective devices and equipment, screening for and diagnosis of concussions, their treatment and management, and their long-term consequences.
  • 2013 Springer
    Giovanni Corso, Franco Roviello, editors.
    General Issues. Historical Overview of Familial Gastric Cancer / Giovanni Corso -- Frequency of Familial Gastric Cancer / Giovanni Corso, Daniele Marrelli -- The Family Cancer Database / Giovanni Corso, Daniele Marrelli, Franco Roviello -- Genetics and Epigenetics. The E-Cadherin Gene, Structure and Function / Francesco Graziano -- E-Cadherin Germline Mutations / Joana Carvalho, Hugo Pinheiro, Carla Oliveira -- Molecular Mechanisms of Hereditary Diffuse Gastric Cancer Initiation and Progression / Parry Guilford, Bostjan Humar -- Germline Missense Mutants in Hereditary Diffuse Gastric Cancer / Joana Figueiredo, Raquel Seruca -- Alternative Mechanisms to Germline CDH1 Mutations in Hereditary Diffuse Gastric Cancer / Hugo Pinheiro, Joana Carvalho, Carla Oliveira -- Beyond CDH1 Mutations: Causes of Hereditary Diffuse Gastric Cancer / Samantha Hansford B.Sc., David Huntsman, FRCPC -- Non-CDH1-Associated Familial Gastric Cancer and Epigenetics Factors / Marina Leite, Giovanni Corso, Sónia Sousa, Joana Carvalho -- Pathology. Hereditary Diffuse Gastric Cancer and Lobular Breast Carcinoma / Gisela Keller -- Pathology of Hereditary Gastric Cancer / Fátima Carneiro -- Management. Clinical Criteria for Familial Gastric Cancer Definition / Giulia De Falco, Alessandro Davide Videtta -- Prophylactic Total Gastrectomy in CDH1 Germline Mutation Carriers / Francesco Ferrara, Giovanni Corso, Franco Roviello -- Gastric Cancer in Other Inherited Syndromes / Giovanni Corso, Sérgia Velho -- Clinical Management of Familial Gastric Cancer / Giovanni Corso, Daniele Marrelli, Franco Roviello -- Appendix / Giovanni Corso
  • v. 1-, 1992- Springer
  • 22-, 2005-
    Dietmar Schomburg and Ida Schomburg (eds.).
    v. 1. Class 5: Isomerases -- v. 2. Class 6: Ligases -- v. 3. Class 4: Lyases I -- v. 4. Class 4: Lyases II -- v. 5. Class 4: Layases III -- v. 6. Class 3.4: Hydrolases I -- v. 7. Class 3.4: Hydrolases II -- v. 8. Class 3.4: Hydrolases III -- Index A: Synonym -- v. 9. Class 3.1: Hydrolases IV -- v. 10. Class 3.1: Hydrolases V -- v. 11. Class 3.1: Hydroclass VI -- v. 12. Class 3.2: Hydrolases VII -- v. 13. Class 3.2: Hydrolases VIII -- v. 14. Class 3.2-3.5: Hydrolases IX -- v. 15. Class 3.5-3.12: Hydrolases X -- v. 16. Class 1: Oxidoreductases I -- v. 17. Class 1: Oxidoreductases II -- v. 18. Class 1: Oxidoreductases III -- v. 19. Class 1: Oxidoreductases IV -- v. 20. Class 1: Oxidoreductases V. Class 1: Oxidoreductases VI -- v. 22. Class 1: Oxidoreductases VII -- v. 23. Class 1: Oxidoreductases VIII. -- v. 24. Class 1: Oxidoreductases IX -- v. 25. Class 1: Oxidoreductases X -- v. 26. Class 1: Oxidoreductases XI -- v. 27. Class 1: Oxidoreductases XII -- v. 28. Class 2: Transferases I -- v. 29. Class 2: Transferases II -- v. 30. Class 2: Transferases III -- v. 31. Class 2: Transferases IV -- v. 32. Class 2: Transferases V -- v. 33. Class 2: Transferases VI EC 2.4.2.1-2.5.1.30 -- v. 34. Class 2: Transferases VI EC 2.5.1.31-2.6.1.57 -- v. 35. Class 2: Transferases VIII -- v. 36. Class 2: Transferases IX -- v. 37. Class 2: Transferases X -- v. 38. Class 2: Transferases XI -- v. 39. Class 2: Transferases XII -- v. S1. Class 1: Oxidoreductases EC 1 -- v. S2. Class 2: Transferases EC 2.1-2.7.10 -- v. S3. Class 2: Transferases EC 2.7.11.1-2.7.11.16 -- v. S4. Class 2: Transferases EC 2.7.11.17-2.8 -- v. S5. Class 3: Hydrolases EC 3.1-3.4.21 -- v. S6. Class 3: Hydrolases EC3.4.22-3.13 -- v. S7. Class 4-6: Lyases, Isomerases, Ligases EC 4-6.
  • 2011 Springer
    edited by Christian Tidona, Gholamreza Darai.
  • v. 1-, 2009- Springer
  • v. 1-, 2007- Springer
  • 2010 Springer
    Ton J. Cleophas, Aeilko H. Zwinderman.
    Introduction -- One-Sample Continuous and Binary Data (t-Test, z-Test) (10 and 55 Patients) -- Paired Continuous Data (Paired-t, Wilcoxon) (10 Patients) -- Unpaired Continuous Data (Unpaired t-Tests, Mann-Whitney) (20 Patients) -- Linear Regression (20 Patients) -- Repeated Measures ANOVA, Friedman (10 Patients) -- Mixed Models (20 Patients) -- One-Way-ANOVA, Kruskall-Wallis (30 Patients) -- Trend Test for Continuous Data (30 Patients) -- Unpaired Binary Data (Chi-Square, Crosstabs) (55 Patients) -- Logistic Regression (55 Patients) -- Trend Tests for Binary Data (106 Patients) -- Paired Binary (McNemar Test) (139 General Practitioners) -- Multiple Paired Binary Data (Cochran's Q Test) (139 Patients) -- Cox Regression (60 Patients) -- Cox Regression with Time-dependent Variables (60 Patients) -- Validating Qualitative Diagnostic Tests (575 Patients) -- Validating Quantitative Diagnostic Tests (17 Patients) -- Reliability Assessment of Qualitative Diagnostic Tests (17 Patients) -- Reliability Assessment of Quantitative Diagnostic Tests (17 Patients) -- Final Remarks.
  • 2006 ProQuest Safari
    Anthony Molinaro.
    Retrieving records -- Sorting query results -- Working with multiple tables -- Inserting, updating, deleting -- Metadata queries -- Working with strings -- Working with numbers -- Date arithmetic -- Date manipulation -- Working with ranges -- Advanced searching -- Reporting and warehousing -- Hierarchical queries -- Odds 'n' ends.
  • 2006 SUNet ID login required to search for this title
    Allen G. Taylor.
  • Andrew Cumming and Gordon Russell
    SQL fundamentals -- Joins, unions, and views -- Text handling -- Date handling -- Number crunching -- Online applications -- Organizing data -- Storing small amounts of data -- Locking and performance -- Reporting -- Users and administration -- Wider access.
  • Kevin E. Kline, with Daniel Kline and Brand Hunt.
  • 2005 Springer
    edited by David J. Adelstein.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2005 Springer
    edited by W.E. Müller.
  • 2012
    Chand Thomas John.
    Walking is the primary way in which humans move around in daily life. Stroke, injuries, or neuromuscular disorders such as cerebral palsy can impair an individual's ability to walk, thereby making activities of daily life much more difficult. Treatment of walking disorders targets muscles, but the mechanisms by which muscle forces influence body motion are poorly understood. Because important quantities like muscle forces cannot be measured during movement, experimental methods alone are insufficient for improving our understanding of the cause-effect relationships underlying the control of human walking. Muscle-driven simulations have emerged as powerful tools for calculating muscle forces and investigating how muscle forces influence body motion. This dissertation presents a new "residual reduction algorithm" for improving the consistency in a model between motion and force data collected during motion capture, enabling the generation of simulations of long-duration gait movements such as walking and running. This algorithm has enabled hundreds of researchers around the world to generate simulations of walking. This algorithm was used to generate a thoroughly tested, three-dimensional muscle-driven simulation of an unimpaired man walking for ten gait cycles. This simulation has been made freely available at https://simtk.org/home/muscleprops so other researchers can download, reproduce, modify, and analyze this simulation to investigate questions regarding human walking without having to generate their own simulations from their own motion capture data, thereby saving thousands of man-hours of time for the field of computational biomechanics. We used this simulation to resolve a long-standing mystery in movement science: how the human body responds to external disturbances when the central nervous system's responses are substantially delayed. We showed that intrinsic properties of muscles help stabilize walking by responding instantaneously to disturbances, thereby complementing the central nervous system's delayed response. This study demonstrates the utility of simulations for investigating questions about human walking that cannot be explored with experimental methods alone. The residual reduction algorithm also enabled the generation of 32 simulations of eight subjects walking at four different speeds. We analyzed these simulations to determine which muscle groups make the largest contributions to mediolateral ground reaction force across a range of speeds. We showed that walking speed affects peak lateral ground reaction force in early stance and peak medial ground reaction force during early single support. The hip abductors are the largest contributors of medial ground reaction force at all walking speeds. The calf muscles, knee extensors, and adductors oppose the abductors by contributing lateral ground reaction forces. The work presented in this dissertation has enabled several studies to be performed using muscle-driven simulations to gain insight into how muscles modulate walking and running movements. This dissertation presents two such studies that reveal insight into how muscle properties help stabilize walking and how muscles contribute to mediolateral stability during walking.
  • 2005/2006
    Adam G. Eldridge.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2006 Springer
    Brian Fry.
  • 2014 Springer Protocols
    edited by Bettina Warscheid.
    1. Fifteen Years of Stable Isotope Labeling by Amino Acids in Cell Culture (SILAC) / Matthias Mann -- 2. Stable Isotope Labeling by Amino Acids Applied to Bacterial Cell Culture / Boumediene Soufi and Boris Macek -- 3. SILAC Labeling of Yeast for the Study of Membrane Protein Complexes / Silke Oeljeklaus, Andreas Schummer, Ida Suppanz, and Bettina Warscheid -- 4. Whole Proteome Analysis of the Protozoan Parasite Trypanosoma brucei Using Stable Isotope Labeling by Amino Acids in Cell Culture and Mass Spectrometry / Olivera Cirovic and Torsten Ochsenreiter -- 5. Stable Isotope Labeling by Amino Acids in Cultured Primary Neurons / Guoan Zhang, Katrin Deinhardt, and Thomas A. Neubert -- 6. SILAC and Alternatives in Studying Cellular Proteomes of Plants / Annemarie Matthes, Karin Köhl, and Waltraud X. Schulze -- 7. In Vivo Stable Isotope Labeling by Amino Acids in Drosophila melanogaster / Matthias D. Sury, Jia-Xuan Chen, and Matthias Selbach -- 8. Stable Isotope Labeling for Proteomic Analysis of Tissues in Mouse / Soraya Hölper, Aaron Ruhs, and Marcus Krüger -- 9. Identification of Novel Protein Functions and Signaling Mechanisms by Genetics and Quantitative Phosphoproteomics in Caenorhabditis elegans / Julius Fredens, Kasper Engholm-Keller, Jakob Møller-Jensen, Martin Røssel Larsen, and Nils J. Færgeman -- 10. SILAC-Based Temporal Phosphoproteomics / Chiara Francavilla, Omid Hekmat, Blagoy Blagoev, and Jesper V. Olsen -- 11. Global Ubiquitination Analysis by SILAC in Mammalian Cells / Zhiping Wu, Chan Hyun Na, Haiyan Tan, and Junmin Peng -- 12. Quantifying In Vivo, Site-Specific Changes in Protein Methylation with SILAC / Ho-Tak Lau, Karen A. Lewis, and Shao-En Ong -- 13. Applying SILAC for the Differential Analysis of Protein Complexes / Karsten Boldt, Christian J. Gloeckner, Yves Texier, Felix von Zweydorf, and Marius Ueffing -- 14. Defining Dynamic Protein Interactions Using SILAC-Based Quantitative Mass Spectrometry / Xiaorong Wang and Lan Huang -- 15. Identifying Nuclear Protein-Protein Interactions Using GFP Affinity Purification and SILAC-Based Quantitative Mass Spectrometry / H. Irem Baymaz, Cornelia G. Spruijt, and Michiel Vermeulen -- 16. Analyzing the Protein Assembly and Dynamics of the Human Spliceosome with SILAC / Carla Schmidt, Monika Raabe, Reinhard Lührmann, and Henning Urlaub -- 17. Identification and Validation of Protein-Protein Interactions by Combining Co-immunoprecipitation, Antigen Competition, and Stable Isotope Labeling / Frederik Sommer, Timo Mühlhaus, Dorothea Hemme, Daniel Veyel, and Michael Schroda -- 18. Protein Correlation Profiling-SILAC to Study Protein- Protein Interactions / Anders R. Kristensen and Leonard J. Foster -- 19. Autophagosomal Proteome Analysis by Protein Correlation Profiling-SILAC / Andrea C. Becker and Jörn Dengjel -- 20. Design and Application of Super-SILAC for Proteome Quantification / Yair Pozniak and Tamar Geiger -- 21. Proteomics Meets Genetics: SILAC Labeling of Drosophila melanogaster Larvae and Cells for In Vivo Functional Studies / Alessandro Cuomo, Roberta Sanfilippo, Thomas Vaccari, and Tiziana Bonaldi -- 22. Analysis of Secreted Proteins Using SILAC / Jeanette Henningsen, Blagoy Blagoev, and Irina Kratchmarova -- 23. Identification of MicroRNA Targets by Pulsed SILAC / Markus Kaller, Silke Oeljeklaus, Bettina Warscheid, and Heiko Hermeking -- 24. MaxQuant for In-Depth Analysis of Large SILAC Datasets / Stefka Tyanova, Matthias Mann, and Jürgen Cox.
  • 2013
    prepared by the Staff Development Committee, Human Resources Section, Library Administration and Management Association ; edited by Andrea Wigbels Stewart, Carlette Washington-Hoagland, and Carol T. Zsulya.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Staff development and training are essential to ensure that libraries meet new challenges and fulfill their missions, especially in a constantly changing world where technological innovations directly impact information access. This new edition offers unique, state-of-the-art perspectives on important topics in staff training.
  • 2006
    Matthew Bryan Hale.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2008
    Stephen M. Stahl ; with illustrations by Nancy Muntner ; editorial assistant, Meghan M. Grady.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Structure and function of neurons -- Synaptic neurotransmission and the anatomically addressed nervous system -- Signal transduction and the chemically addressed nervous system -- Transporters and G protein-linked receptors as targets of psychopharmacological drug action -- Ion channels and enzymes as targets of psychopharmacological drug action -- Psychiatric genetics -- Circuits in psychopharmacology -- From circuits to symptoms in psychopharmacology -- Psychosis and schizophrenia -- Antipsychotic agents -- Mood disorders -- Antidepressants -- Mood stabilizers -- Anxiety disorders and anxiolytics -- Pain and the treatment of fibromyalgia and functional somatic syndromes -- Disorders of sleep and wakefulness and their treatment -- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and its treatment -- Disorders of reward, drug abuse, and their treatment.
  • 2012 Cambridge
    Stephen M. Stahl ; editorial assistant Meghan M. Grady, Debbi A. Morrissette.
    Basic neuroscience -- Psychosis and antipsychotics -- Unipolar depression and antidepressants -- Bipolar disorder and mood stabilizers -- Anxiety and anxiolytics -- Pain and the treatment of fibromyalgia and functional somatic syndromes -- Disorders of sleep, wakefulness and their treatment -- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and its treatment -- Dementia and its treatment -- Substance use disorders (SUD) and their treatment -- CME: posttest and certificate.
  • v.1-24, 1953-74 PEP Archive
    translated from the German under the general editorship of James Strachey, in collaboration with Anna Freud, assisted by Alix Strachey and Alan Tyson.
    v. 1. Pre-analytic publications and unpublished drafts -- v. 2. Studies on hysteria -- v. 3. Early analytic publications -- v. 4. The interpretation of dreams (1) -- v. 5. The interpretation of dreams (II) -- v. 6. The psychopathology of everyday life -- v. 7. A case of hysteria, Three essays on sexuality, and other works -- v. 8. Jokes and their relation to the unconscious -- v. 9. Jensen's G̀radiva' and other works -- v. 10. The cases of L̀ittle Hans' and the R̀at Man' -- v. 11. Five lectures on psycho-analysis, Leonardo and other works -- v. 12. Case history of Schreber, Papers on technique, and other works -- v. 13. Totem and taboo and other works -- v. 14. A history of the psycho-analytic movement, Papers on metapsychology, and other works -- v.15. Introductory lectures on psycho-analysis (1) -- v. 16. Introductory lectures on psycho-analysis (II) -- v. 17. An infantile neurosis and other works -- v. 18. Beyond the pleasure principles, Group psychology, and other works -- v. 19. The ego and the Id and other works -- v. 20. An autobiographical study, Inhibitions, symptoms and anxiety, Lay analysis, and other works -- v. 21. The future of an illusion, Civlilization and its discontents, and other works -- v. 22. New introductory lectures and other works -- v. 23. Moses and monotheism, An outline of psycho-analysis and other works -- v. 24. Indexes, Bibliography, etc.
  • 2006
    edited by Hartmut Porst, Jacques Buvat and the Standards Committee of the International Society for Sexual Medicine.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2008 Springer
    edited by Ute Resch-Genger.
  • 1960
    prepared jointly by Scientific Committee of the joint Blood Council, Inc. and Standards Committee of the American Association of Blood Banks.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • v. 1-3, 1953-54.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    v. 1. Suggested standards for homes for the aged and nursing homes -- v. 2. Methods of establishing and maintaining standards -- v. 3. Bridging the gap between existing practices and desirable goals in homes for the aged and nursing homes.
  • Latest year available.
  • 2013
    Susan Schwartzenberg & Tom Leader Studio, 2008-2012, readers guide.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Consists of a photographic record and landscape architectural layout of 22 benches containing a collection of personal stories about medical education, treatment, and research at Stanford. These thematically arranged granite benches/planters tied to chronological highlights of the history of medicine in paving stones constitute the Discovery Walk. The story includes conversations with over 200 research and clinical faculty, as well as students, staff, and alumni from the Stanford Community. The project was commissioned by Dean Philip Pizzo in 2008 for the centennial of the medical school and was dedicated in the spring of 2012. The Project also includes the Foundation Walk, a chronology of the school since its founding in 1858, and the Landscape Plan which creates an entrance to the School of Medicine and connection to the broader campus.
    Also available: Print – 2013
  • 2010
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Message from the Chairman -- Cerebrovascular neurosurgery and stroke -- Stroke research --Neural Stem Cell Program -- Saving neurons from stress (exogenous migratory therapy) -- Pediatric Neurosurgery -- Stanford Center for Children's Brain Tumors -- Functional neurosurgery (movement disorders, epilepsy and pain) -- Stanford Brain Tumor Center -- CyberKnife radiosurgery -- Brain tumor research (testing a vaccine against glioblastomas) -- Stanford Pituitary Center and Skull Base Tumor Program -- NeuroSpine Program -- Partnership for spinal cord injury and repair -- NeuroSpine research -- NeuroTrauma -- Community outreach programs -- Neurosurgery nurses -- Neurosurgery education and training -- Donors to Stanford Neurosurgery -- Recent Stanford Neurosurgery publications.
  • 2006
    William C. Dement.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    "This book had its genesis in the need created by my involvement with undergraduate teaching starting in the Fall of 1970 when I was a resident fellow and taught a course on sleep for the students in my dormitory. The course began to attract other students and because of this I decided to offer a formal presentation in Winter Quarter 1971 and I have offered a course on sleep annually up until Winter Quarter 2003. Sleep and Dreams was not offered in 2004 or 2005 but due to high student demand, we resurrected the course for the Winter Quarter 2006. Around 1980, the various handouts developed into a quasi-textbook and by the middle of the 90s, the first Stanford Sleep Book was born. The current volume is the 5th edition"--Acknowledgements.
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  • This collection includes materials from the Stanford University Medical Center Auxiliary from its beginning in 1959 as the Palo Alto Hospital Auxiliary to its dissolution in 2015. It is made up of seven series: Overview and History, Business Records, Financial and Legal Records, Activities, Newsletters, Photographs, and Scrapbooks.
  • 2015
    Berreyesa, Pat; Clark, Sarah; Ellington, Donnie; Jamison, Dede; Miller, Françoise; Roberts, Jan; Smith, Carolyn; Whitby, Jill; Winterburn, Alice.
    Appendix at end includes list of presidents, 1959-2015, thank you letter from Amir Dan Rubin, list of gifts to the Medical Center, 1959-2008 ($4.3M); services to Stanford Hospital, 1983-2014; scholarships, 1971-May 2014 ($1M); volunteer hours (over 3 million); and copy of the Auxiliary stationery, 1929.
  • Also available: Print – 1989.
    Also available: Print – 1989.
    Also available: Print – 1989.
  • 1966.
    William L. Dauterman, Richard M. Suinn.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2014 Springer Protocols
    edited by Paul D. Fey.
    Clinical characteristics of infections in humans due to Staphylococcus epidermidis / Mark E. Rupp -- Staphylococcus epidermidis pathogenesis / Michael Otto -- Identification of Staphylococcus epidermidis in the clinical microbiology laboratory by molecular methods / Amity L. Roberts -- Pulsed field gel electrophoresis of Staphylococcus epidermidis / Richard V. Goering and Paul D. Fey -- Multilocus sequence typing of Staphylococcus epidermidis / Jonathan C. Thomas and D. Ashley Robinson -- Growth and preparation of Staphylococcus epidermidis for NMR metabolomic analysis / Greg A. Somerville and Robert Powers -- The isolation and analysis of phenol-soluble modulins of Staphylococcus epidermidis / Hwang-Soo Joo and Michael Otto -- Genetic manipulation of staphylococci / Jeffrey L. Bose -- Isolation of chromosomal and plasmid DNA from Staphylococcus epidermidis / Jill K. Lindgren -- Isolation of Staphylococus sp. RNA / Tess Eidem -- Use of electroporation and conjugative mobilization for genetic manipulation of Staphylococcus epidermidis / Katherine L. Maliszewski and Austin S. Nuxoll -- Methods to generate a sequence-defined transposon mutant library in Staphylococcus epidermidis strain 1457 / Todd J. Widhelm [and four others] -- Examination of Staphylococcus epidermidis biofilms using flow-cell technology / Derek E. Moormeier and Kenneth W. Bayles -- Rapid quantitative and qualitative analysis of biofilm production by Staphylococcus epidermidis under static growth conditions / Elaine M. Waters [and five others] -- Bacteriophage transduction in Staphylococcus epidermidis / Michael E. Olson and Alexander R. Horswill -- Mouse model of post-arthroplasty Staphylococcus epidermidis joint infection / Tyler D. Scherr [and five others] -- A mouse model of Staphylococcus catheter-associated biofilm infection / Cortney E. Heim, Mark L. Hanke, and Tammy Kielian -- Generation of a central nervous system catheter-associated infection in mice with Staphylococcus epidermidis / Jessica N. Snowden -- Rat jugular catheter model of biofilm-mediated infection / Carolyn R. Schaeffer, Keith M. Woods, and G. Matthew Longo.
  • 2015 Springer
    Alan Davies, Alwyn Scott.
    This book follows Starting to Read ECGs: The Basics by the same authorship and provides the beginner in electrocardiogram (ECG) interpretation with a concise, practical and systematic guide to interpreting ECGs. The authors have included an introduction to the pediatric ECG and genetic cardiac conditions in attempt to deepen readers awareness of some of the broader clinical issues. Starting to Read ECGs: A Comprehensive Guide to Theory and Practice expands on some of the topics introduced in the first book, but offers a deeper perspective with more detailed background information and a variety of practical interpretation methods. It can be read as a standalone book for those who already possess some basic ECG knowledge or for those who have read the first book in the series and wish to consolidate and expand on what they have already read. The book uses numerous diagrams, tables and practical examples to reinforce learning and summarize information succinctly, and will be an essential resource for medical students, junior doctors, and other health care professionals involved in the recording and interpretation of ECGs who wish to build their knowledge and confidence.
  • 2014 Springer
    Alan Davies, Alwyn Scott.
    Chapter 1: How to record a 12-lead ECG -- Physiology -- What is an ECG -- Patient positioning -- Electrode placement -- Attaching the cables -- The machine -- What to write on the ECG -- Summary of key points -- Quiz -- Chapter 2: ECG basics -- How does the 12-lead ECG work? -- ECG paper -- Details found on a standard 12-lead ECG -- 12-lead ECG leads -- The PQRST waveform -- Deflection -- Summary of key points -- Quiz -- Chapter 3: Quality issues pertaining to ECG recording -- Background -- Leads -- Calibration markers -- ECG Documentation -- Summary of key points -- Quiz -- Chapter 4: Principles of ECG analysis -- Background -- Basic quality control checks -- The rate -- The rhythm -- The P wave -- The PR interval -- The QRS complex -- The ST segment -- The T wave -- The QT interval -- Electrical axis -- Additional features -- The normal ECG and normal variants -- Summary of key points -- Quiz -- Chapter 5: Chamber abnormalities -- Physiology -- Atrial abnormality -- Ventricular abnormality -- Normal variants -- Summary of key points -- Quiz -- Chapter 6: Arrhythmias -- Background -- Ectopic beats -- Atrial arrhythmias -- Junctional arrhythmias -- Ventricular Arrhythmias -- Summary of key points -- Quiz -- Chapter 7: Conduction delay -- Background -- Bundle Branch Blocks -- Atrioventricular Blocks (AV Blocks) -- Sinoatrial blocks (SA blocks) -- Sick Sinus Syndrome (SSS) -- Summary of key points -- Quiz -- Chapter 8: Miscellaneous cardiac conditions -- Background -- Paced rhythms -- Types of permanent pacemaker (PPM) -- ECG identification of Pacemakers -- Pericarditis -- Long QT syndromes -- Summary of key points -- Quiz -- Chapter 9: Non cardiac conditions identifiable on the ECG -- Background -- Electrolyte imbalances -- Hypothermia -- Digoxin use -- Pulmonary Embolism (PE) -- Summary of key points -- Quiz -- Chapter 10: Acute Coronary Syndromes -- Background -- Atherosclerosis -- Modifiable and non-modifiable risk factors for CHD -- Angina -- Acute Coronary Syndromes (ACS) -- Evolution of STEMI -- Left Bundle Branch Block (LBBB) and chest pain -- Summary of key points -- Quiz.
  • Jiu, Brett.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • Reid Hoffman.
  • 2000 NCI
    "All known local tobacco control ordinances in the US that have one or more of the following provisions--clean indoor air, youth access, or restrictions on tobacco advertising and promotion."
    Also available: Print – 2000
  • 2004 Google Books
    Douglas Wright.
    Also available: Print – 2004
  • Oxford
  • nosummary Google Books
    Fulltext (1977) Google Books
    Fulltext (1978) Google Books
    Fulltext (1979) Google Books
    U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Center for Disease Control, Bureau of Health Education
    Also available: Print – 1976-
  • 2012 Oxford
    Geoffrey Campbell Cocks.
    This volume explores and analyses the experience of illness in Nazi Germany, focusing on the issues surrounding constraint and agency, persecution, pain, injury, madness, enslavement, and historical memory and amnesia.
  • 2015 WHO
    World Health Organization ; International Center for Equity in Health, Pelotas.
    "Achieving equity in health requires a commitment to monitoring health inequalities which, in turn, necessitates strong, equity-oriented health information systems. High-quality data and robust monitoring systems ensure that efforts can be targeted appropriately and that progress can be tracked. Countries must strengthen health information systems to generate better data and evidence to measure progress. Integral to the health inequality monitoring process is the task of reporting data in a meaningful way. This State of inequality report exemplifies effective reporting practices, featuring the topic of reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health. The report addresses the challenge of how to best communicate a large and complex body of data in a manner that is comprehensible, flexible and appealing to a wide readership. Foreword viii Feature stories provide an in-depth look at the state of inequality for selected indicators and highlight key observations in reproductive health interventions, maternal health interventions, care-seeking for sick children, childhood immunization, child malnutrition and child mortality. Perhaps most notable, however, is the innovative use of electronic visualization technology. Story-point dashboards, for instance, guide the reader through a succession of visuals where readers can use interactive tools to further explore, sort and filter the data. Similarly, interactive maps and tables engage readers in customizing how data are viewed. The report reveals that significant inequalities exist in low- and middle-income countries in the area of reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health. The good health of women, infants and children is essential for sustainable development, and there is still much work to be done. Discussions will increasingly call into question how efforts to improve reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health can achieve early and accelerated progress among those who are falling behind."--Pages viii-ix
    Also available: Print – 2015
  • 2006
    To serve as a tool to help community planning groups (CPGs), health departments, and other stakeholders understand the issues behind Latino participation in HIV prevention community planning, as well as to increase Latino participation in the process.
  • 2015
    Jeffery Levi, Laura M. Segal, Jack Rayburn, Alejandra Martin.
    This year, RWJF announced an additional commitment of $500 million over the next 10 years to expand efforts to help all children grow up at a healthy weight. One of the biggest lessons learned is the importance of starting off in childhood -- to set the course and stay on track for a lifetime of better health. Building on key areas of work and progress accomplished, this commitment will focus on five big bets: Ensure that all children enter kindergarten at a healthy weight; Make a healthy school environment the norm and not the exception across the United States; Make physical activity a part of the every-day experience for children and youth; Make healthy foods and beverages the affordable, available and desired choice in all neighborhoods and communities; and Eliminate the consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages among 0- to 5-year-olds.
  • 2014 American Lung Association
    The State of the Air 2014 report looks at levels of ozone and particle pollution found in official monitoring sites across the United States in 2010, 2011, and 2012. The report uses the most current quality-assured nationwide data available for these analyses.
  • 2005 Springer
    A. Dezawa, P.-Q. Chen, J.-Y. Chung (eds.).
  • 2010
    by Janet Gray. From science to action / by Janet Nudelman and Connie Engel.
  • 2009 WHO
    [John Maurice, Sheila Davey].
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • v. 1-2, 1917. Google Books
    by George Chandler Whipple.
    Also available: Print – v. 1-2, 1917.
  • 2015 CRCnetBASE
    Hideo Aizaki, Tomoaki Nakatani, Kazuo Sato.
    1. Introduction -- 2. Contingent valuation -- 3. Discrete choice experiments -- 4. Best-worst scaling -- 5. Basic operations in R.
  • 2006
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • Janine Illian ... [et al].
  • 2009 CRCnetBASE
    Jeffrey C. Bauer.
    Scientific method : the language of statistical studies -- Experimentation : the foundation of scientific studies -- Numbers good and bad : how to judge the quality of data -- Samples and surveys : how numbers should be collected -- Descriptive statistics : the foundation of comparisons -- Inferential statistics : studies of differences -- Relational statistics : studies of relationships -- Explanatory statistics : studies of causality.
  • 2016 Springer Protocols
    edited by Klaus Jung.
    Introduction to proteomics technologies / Christof Lenz and Hassan Dihazi -- Topics in study design and analysis for multistage clinical proteomics studies / Irene Sui Lan Zeng -- Preprocessing and analysis of LC-MS-based proteomic data / Tsung-Heng Tsai, Minkun Wang, and Habtom W. Ressom -- Normalization of reverse phase protein microarray data : choosing the best normalization analyte / Antonella Chiechi -- Outlier detection for mass spectrometric data / HyungJun Cho and Soo-Heang Eo -- Visualization and differential analysis of protein expression data using R / Tomé S. Silva and Nadège Richard -- False discovery rate estimation in proteomics / Suruchi Aggarwal and Amit Kumar Yadav -- Nonparametric bayesian model for nested clustering / Juhee Lee ... [etal.] -- Set-based test procedures for the functional analysis of protein lists from differential analysis / Jochen Kruppa and Klaus Jung -- Classification of samples with order-restricted discriminant rules / David Conde ... [et al.] -- Application of discriminant analysis and cross-validation on proteomics data / Julia Kuligowski, David Pérez-Guaita, and Guillermo Quintás -- Protein sequence analysis by proximities / Frank-Michael Schleif -- Statistical method for integrative platform analysis : application to integration of proteomic and microarray data / Xin Gao -- Data fusion in metabolomics and proteomics for biomarker discovery / Lionel Blanchet and Agnieszka Smolinska -- Reconstruction of protein networks using reverse-phase protein array data / Silvia von der Heyde ... [et al.] -- Detection of unknown amino acid Substitutions using error-tolerant database search / Sven H. Giese, Franziska Zickmann, and Bernhard Y. Renard -- Data analysis strategies for protein modification identification / Yan Fu -- Dissecting the iTRAQ data analysis / Suruchi Aggarwal and Amit Kumar Yadav -- Statistical aspects in proteomic biomarker discovery / Klaus Jung.
  • 2011 Springer
    Ton J. Cleophas, Aeilko H. Zwinderman.
    The core principles of statistical analysis are too easily forgotten in today's world of powerful computers and time-saving algorithms. This step-by-step primer takes researchers who lack the confidence to conduct their own analyses right back to basics, allowing them to scrutinize their own data through a series of rapidly executed reckonings on a simple pocket calculator. A range of easily navigable tutorials facilitate the reader's assimilation of the techniques, while a separate chapter on next generation Flash prepares them for future developments in the field. This practical volume also contains tips on how to deny hackers access to Flash internet sites. An ideal companion to the author's co-authored works on statistical analysis for Springer such as Statistics Applied to Clinical Trials, this monograph will help researchers understand the processes involved in interpreting clinical data, as well as being a necessary prerequisite to mastering more advanced statistical techniques. The principles of statistical analysis are easily forgotten in today's world of time-saving algorithms. This step-by-step primer takes researchers back to basics, enabling them to examine their own data through a series of sums on a simple pocket calculator.
  • 2006 Springer
    Nhu D. Le, James V. Zidek.
  • 2014 CRCnetBASE
    Yin Bun Cheung.
    "Human growth refers to changes in anthropometric measurements, such as fetal size parameters, height, weight, and body mass index. Development refers to changes in cognitive, social-emotional, locomotor, and other abilities. This book illustrates how statistical methods can be used to answer research questions in human growth and development. In addition to describing methods, it looks at how well a method addresses a specific research question and how to interpret and present the analytic results. Although the examples are drawn from human growth and development, the concepts and methods are applicable to studies of many other physical and psychological phenomena, such as lung function and depressive symptoms. Requiring introductory statistics knowledge, the book is intended for clinical researchers, epidemiologists, social scientists, statisticians, related researchers, and post-graduate students investigating human growth and development"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2014 CRCnetBASE
    Moo K. Chung.
    "The massive amount of nonstandard high-dimensional brain imaging data being generated is often difficult to analyze using current techniques. This challenge in brain image analysis requires new computational approaches and solutions. But none of the research papers or books in the field describe the quantitative techniques with detailed illustrations of actual imaging data and computer codes. Using MATLABʼ and case study data sets, Statistical and Computational Methods in Brain Image Analysis is the first book to explicitly explain how to perform statistical analysis on brain imaging data. The book focuses on methodological issues in analyzing structural brain imaging modalities such as MRI and DTI. Real imaging applications and examples elucidate the concepts and methods. In addition, most of the brain imaging data sets and MATLAB codes are available on the author's website. By supplying the data and codes, this book enables researchers to start their statistical analyses immediately. Also suitable for graduate students, it provides an understanding of the various statistical and computational methodologies used in the field as well as important and technically challenging topics."--Provided by publisher.
  • 2009 CRCnetBASE
    Rongling Wu, Min Lin.
    Designs and strategies for genomic mapping and haplotyping -- Genetic haplotyping in natural populations -- Genetic haplotyping in experimental crosses -- A general genetic model for genetic haplotyping -- Basic principle of functional mapping -- Functional mapping of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics -- Haplotyping drug response with a pharmacokinetics-pharmacodynamics link model -- Functional mapping of biological clocks -- Genetic mapping of allometric scaling -- Functional mapping of drug response with allometric scaling -- Joint functional mapping of drug efficacy and toxicity -- Modeling epistatic interactions in drug response -- Mapping genotype-environment interactions in drug response -- Nonparametric functional mapping of drug response -- Semiparametric functional mapping of drug response.
  • 2012 CRCnetBASE
    Bruce Ratner.
    Introduction -- Two basic data mining methods for variable assessment -- CHAID-based data mining for paired-variable assessment -- The importance of straight data : simplicity and desirability for good model-building practice -- Symmetrizing ranked data : a statistical data mining method for improving the predictive power of data -- Principal component analysis : a statistical data mining method for many-variable assessment -- The correlation coefficient : its values range between plus/minus 1, or do they? -- Logistic regression : the workhorse of response modeling -- Ordinary regression : the workhorse of profit modeling -- Variable selection methods in regression : ignorable problem, notable solution -- CHAID for interpreting a logistic regression model -- The importance of the regression coefficient -- The average correlation : a statistical data mining measure for assessment of competing predictive models and the importance of the predictor variables -- CHAID for specifying a model with interaction variables -- Market segmentation classification modeling with logistic regression -- CHAID as a method for filling in missing values -- Identifying your best customers : descriptive, predictive, and look-alike profiling -- Assessment of marketing models -- Bootstrapping in marketing : a new approach for validating models -- Validating the logistic regression model : try bootstrapping -- Visualization of marketing modelsdata mining to uncover innards of a model -- The predictive contribution coefficient : a measure of predictive importance -- Regression modeling involves art, science, and poetry, too -- Genetic and statistic regression models : a comparison
  • 2010 Wiley
    Andreas Ziegler and Inke R. König.
    Molecular genetics -- Formal genetics -- Genetic markers -- Data quality -- Genetic map distances -- Family studies -- Twin and adoption studies -- Model-based linkage analysis -- Model-free linkage analysis -- Quantitative traits -- Fundamental concepts of association analyses -- Association analysis in unrelated individuals -- Family-based association analysis -- Haplotypes in association analyses -- Genome-wide Association (GWA) studies.
  • Maria L. Rizzo.
  • 2010 CRCnetBASE
    George Fernandez.
  • 2005 Springer
    Juha M. Alho and Bruce D. Spencer.
  • 2007 CRCnetBASE
    Shein-Chung Chow.
    Introduction -- Accelerated testing -- Expiration dating period -- Stability designs -- Stability analysis with fixed batches -- Stability analysis with random batches -- Stability analysis with a mixed effects model -- Stability analysis with discrete responses -- Stability analysis with multiple components -- Stability analysis with frozen drug products -- Stability testing for dissolution -- Current issues and recent development.
  • 2012 CRCnetBASE
    Kelly H. Zou ... [et al.].
    Chapter 1 -- Background and Introduction; Chapter 2 -- Diagnostic Rating Scales; Chapter 3 -- Monotone Transformation Models; Chapter 4 -- Combination and Pooling of Biomarkers; Chapter 5 -- Bayesian ROC Methods; Chapter 6 -- Sequential Designs of ROC Experiments; Chapter 7 -- Multireader ROC Analysis; Chapter 8 -- Free-Response ROC Analysis; Chapter 9 -- Machine Learning and Predictive Modeling; Chapter 10 -- Summary and Challenges; Appendix: Notation List; Back Cover.
  • 2006 MyiLibrary
    Stephen D. Simon.
    Apples or oranges? -- selection of the control group -- Who was left out? exclusions, refusals, and drop-outs -- Mountain or molehill? the clinical importance of the results -- What do the other witnesses say? corroborating vidence -- Do the pieces fit together? systematic overviews and meta-analysis -- What do all these numbers mean? -- Where is the evidence? searching for information.
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • 2012 Springer Protocols
    edited by Robert C. Elston, Jaya M. Satagopan, Shuying Sun.
    Genetic terminology / Robert C. Elston, Jaya M. Satagopan, and Shuying Sun -- Identification of genotype errors / Yin Y. Shugart and Ying Wang -- Detecting pedigree relationship errors / Lei Sun -- Identifying cryptic relationships / Lei Sun and Apostolos Dimitromanolakis -- Estimating allele frequencies / Indra Adrianto and Courtney Montgomery -- Testing departure from Hardy-Weinberg proportions / Jian Wang and Sanjay Shete -- Estimating disequilibrium coefficients / Maren Vens and Andreas Ziegler -- Detecting familial aggregation / Adam C. Naj, Yo Son Park, and Terri H. Beaty -- Estimating heritability from twin studies / Karin J.H. Verweij [and others] -- Estimating heritability from nuclear family and pedigree data / Murielle Bochud -- Correcting for ascertainment / Warren Ewens and Robert C. Elston -- Segregation analysis using the unified model / Xiangqing Sun -- Design considerations for genetic linkage and association studies / Jérémie Nsengimana and D. Timothy Bishop -- Model-based linkage analysis of a quantitative trait / Audrey H. Schnell and Xiangqing Sun -- Model-based linkage analysis of a binary trait / Rita M. Cantor -- Model-free linkage analysis of a quantitative trait / Nathan J. Morris and Catherine M. Stein -- Model-free linkage analysis of a binary trait / Wei Xu [and others] -- Single marker association analysis for unrelated samples / Gang Zheng [and others] -- Single-marker family-based association analysis conditional on parental information / Ren-Hua Chung and Eden R. Martin -- Single marker family-based association analysis not conditional on parental information / Junghyun Namkung -- Allowing for population stratification in association analysis / Huaizhen Qin and Xiaofeng Zhu -- Haplotype inference / Xin Li and Jing Li -- Multi-SNP haplotype analysis methods for association analysis / Daniel O. Stram and Venkatraman E. Seshan -- Detecting rare variants / Tao Feng and Xiaofeng Zhu -- Analysis of ethnic mixtures / Xiaofeng Zhu -- Identifying gene interaction networks / Gurkan Bebek -- Structural equation modeling / Catherine M. Stein, Nathan J. Morris, and Nora L. Nock -- Genotype calling for the Affymetrix platform / Arne Schillert and Andreas Ziegler -- Genotype calling for the Illumina platform / Yik Ying Teo -- Comparison of requirements and capabilities of major multipurpose software packages / Robert P. Igo Jr. and Audrey H. Schnell.
  • 2006 CRCnetBASE
    Leandro Pardo.
  • 2012 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Mireille Gettler Summa, Léon Bottou, Bernard Goldfarb, Fionn Murtagh, Catherine Pardoux, and Myriam Touati.
    "Data analysis is changing fast. Driven by a vast range of application domains and affordable tools, machine learning has become mainstream. Unsupervised data analysis, including cluster analysis, factor analysis, and low dimensionality mapping methods continually being updated, have reached new heights of achievement in the incredibly rich data world that we inhabit.Statistical Learning and Data Science is a work of reference in the rapidly evolving context of converging methodologies. It gathers contributions from some of the foundational thinkers in the different fields of data analysis to the major theoretical results in the domain. On the methodological front, the volume includes conformal prediction and frameworks for assessing confidence in outputs, together with attendant risk. It illustrates a wide range of applications, including semantics, credit risk, energy production, genomics, and ecology. The book also addresses issues of origin and evolutions in the unsupervised data analysis arena, and presents some approaches for time series, symbolic data, and functional data. Over the history of multidimensional data analysis, more and more complex data have become available for processing. Supervised machine learning, semi-supervised analysis approaches, and unsupervised data analysis, provide great capability for addressing the digital data deluge. Exploring the foundations and recent breakthroughs in the field, Statistical Learning and Data Science demonstrates how data analysis can improve personal and collective health and the well-being of our social, business, and physical environments. "-- Provided by publisher.
  • Joachim Hartung, Guido Knapp, Bimal K. Sinha.
  • [edited by] Wolfgang Härdle, Yuichi Mori, Philippe Vieu.
    Discriminant analysis based on continuous and discrete variables -- Longitudinal data analysis with linear regression -- A kernal method used for the analysis of replicated micro-array experiments -- Kernel estimates of hazard functions for biomedical data sets -- Partially linear models -- Analysis of contingency tables -- Identifying coexpressed genes -- Bootstrap methods for testing interactions in GAMs -- Survival trees -- A semiparametric reference curves estimation -- Survival analysis -- Ozone pollution forecasting -- Nonparametric functional chemometric analysis -- Variable selection in principal component analysis -- Spatial statistics -- Functional data analysis -- Analysis of failure time with microearthquakes applications -- Landcover prediction -- The application of fuzzy clustering to satellite images data.
  • 2006
    edited by S. Chevret.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2008 Springer
    Jana Asher, David Banks, Fritz J. Scheuren, editors.
    Introduction / Jana Asher -- The statistics of genocide / Mary W. Gray and Sharon Marek -- Why estimate direct and indirect casualties from war? The rule of proportionality and casualty estimates / Beth O. Daponte -- Statistical thinking and data analysis : enhancing human rights work / Jorge L. Romeu -- Hidden in plain sight : X.X. burials and the desaparecidos in the Department of Guatemala, 1977-1986 / Clyde Collins Snow, Fredy Armando Peccerelli, José Samuel Susanávar, Alan G. Robinson, and Jose Maria Najera Ochoa -- The demography of conflict-related mortality in Timor-Leste (1974-1999) : reflections on empirical quantitative measurement of civilian killings, disappearances, and famine-related deaths / Romesh Silva and Patrick Ball -- Afghan refugee camp surveys in Pakistan, 2002 / James Bell, David Nolle, Ruth Citrin and Fritz Scheuren -- Metagora : an experiment in the measurement of democratic governance / Jan Robert Suesser and R. Suarez de Miguel -- Human rights of statisticians and statistics of human rights : early history of the American Statistical Association's Committee on Scientific Freedom and Human Rights / Thomas B. Jabine and Douglas A. Samuelson -- Obtaining evidence for the International Criminal Court using data and quantitative analysis / Herbert F. Spirer and William Seltzer -- New issues in human rights statistics / David L. Banks and Yasmin H. Said -- Statistics and the Millennium Development Goals / David J. Fitch, Paul Wassenich, Paul Fields, Fritz Scheuren, and Jana Asher -- Using population data systems to target vulnerable population subgroups and individuals : issues and incidents / William Seltzer and Margo Anderson.
  • 2013 Springer Protocols
    edited by Andrei Y. Yakovlev, Lev Klebanov, Daniel Gaile.
    What statisticians should know about microarray gene expression technology / Stephen Welle -- Where statistics and molecular microarray experiments biology meet / Diana M. Kelmansky -- Multiple hypothesis testing : a methodological overview / Anthony Almudevar -- Gene selection with the [delta]-sequence method / Xing Qiu and Lev Klebanov -- Using of normalizations for gene expression analysis / Peter Bubeliny -- Constructing multivariate prognostic gene signatures with censored survival data / Derick R. Peterson -- Clustering of gene expression data via normal mixture models / G.J. McLachlan [and others] -- Network-based analysis of multivariate gene expression data / Wei Zhi [and others] -- Genomic outlier detection in high-throughput data analysis / Debashis Ghosh -- Impact of experimental noise and annotation imprecision on data quality in microarray experiments / Andreas Scherer, Manhong Dai, and Fan Meng -- Aggregation effect in microarray data analysis / Linlin Chen, Anthony Almudevar, and Lev Klebanov -- Test for normality of the gene expression data / Bobosharif Shokirov.
  • 2007 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Barbel Finkenstadt, Leonhard Held, Valerie Isham.
  • 2013
    Elisa T. Lee, John Wenyu Wang.
  • 2010 Springer Protocols
    edited by Heejung Bang ... [et al.].
    Part I. Basic statistics -- 1. Experimental statistics for biological sciences / Heejung Bang and Marie Davidian -- 2. Nonparametric methods for molecular biology / Knut M. Wittkowski and Tingting Song -- 3. Basics of Bayesian methods / Sujit K. Ghosh -- 4. The Bayesian t-test and beyond / Mithat Gönen -- -- Part II. Designs and methods for molecular biology -- 5. Sample size and power calculation for molecular biology studies / Sin-Ho Jung -- 6. Designs for linkage analysis and association studies of complex diseases / Yuehua Cui ... [et al.] -- 7. Introduction to epigenomics and epigenome-wide analysis / Melissa J. Fazzari and John M. Greally -- 8. Exploration, visualization, and preprocessing of high-dimensional data / Zhijin Wu and Zhiqiang Wu -- -- Part III . Statistical methods for microarray data -- 9. Introduction to the statistical analysis of two-color microarray data / Martina Bremer, Edward Himelblau, and Andreas Madlung -- 10. Building networks with microarray data / Bradley M. Broom ... [et al.] -- Part IV. Advanced or specialized methods for molecular biology -- 11. Support vector machines for classification: a statistical portrait / Yoonkyung Lee -- 12. An overview of clustering applied to molecular biology / Rebecca Nugent and Marina Meila -- 13. Hidden Markov model and its applications in motif findings / Jing Wu and Jun Xie -- 14. Dimension reduction for high-dimensional data / Lexin Li -- 15. Introduction to the development and validation of predictive biomarker models from high-throughput data sets / Xutao Deng and Fabien Campagne -- 16. Multi-gene expression-based statistical approaches to predicting -- patients' clinical outcomes and responses / Feng Cheng, Sang-Hoon Cho, and Jae K. Lee -- 17. Two-stage testing strategies for genome-wide association studies in family-based designs / Amy Murphy, Scott T. Weiss, and Christoph Lange -- 18. Statistical methods for proteomics / Klaus Jung -- -- Part V. Meta-analysis for high-dimensional data -- 19. Statistical methods for integrating multiple types of high-throughput data / Yang Xie and Chul Ahn -- 20. A Bayesian hierarchical model for high-dimensional meta-analysis / Fei Liu -- 21. Methods for combining multiple genome-wide linkage studies / Trecia A. Kippola and Stephanie A. Santorico -- -- Part VI. Other practical information -- 22. Improved reporting of statistical design and analysis: guidelines, education, and editorial policies / Madhu Mazumdar, Samprit Banerjee, and Heather L. Van Epps -- 23. Stata companion / Jennifer Sousa Brennan.
  • 2005 Springer
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    Rasmus Nielsen, editor.
    Markov models in molecular evolution / Nicolas Galtier, Olivier Gascuel, and Alain Jean-Marie -- Introduction to applications of the likelihood function in molecular evolution / Jutta Buschbom and Arndt von Haeseler -- Introduction to Markov chain Monte Carlo methods in molecular evolution / Bret Larget -- Population genetics of molecular evolution / Carlos D. Bustamante -- Maximum likelilhood methods for detecting adaptive protein evolution / Joseph P. Bielawski and Ziheng Yang -- HyPhy: hypothesis testing using phylogenies / Sergei L. Kosakovsky Pond and Spencer V. Muse -- Bayesian analysis of molecular evolution using MrBayes / John P. Huelsenbeck and Fredrik Ronquist -- Estimation of divergence times from molecular sequence data / Jeffrey L. Thorne and Hirohisa Kishino -- Markov models of protein sequence evolution / Matthew W. Dimmic -- Models of microsatellite evolution / Peter Calabrese and Raazesh Sainudiin -- Genome rearrangement / Rick Durrett -- Phylogenetic hidden Markov models / Adam Siepel and David Haussler -- The evolutionary causes and consequences of base composition variation / Gilean A.T. McVean -- Statistical alignment: recent progress, new applications, and challenges / Gerton Lunter ... [et al.] -- Estimating substitution matrices / Von Bing Yap and Terry Speed -- Posterior mapping and posterior predictive distributions / Jonathan P. Bollback -- Assessing the uncertainty in phylogenetic inference / Hidetoshi Shimodaira and Masami Hasegawa.
  • 2009
    William D. Dupont.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Simple linear regression -- Multiple linear regression -- Simple logistic regression -- Multiple logistic regression -- Introduction to survival analysis -- Hazard regression analysis -- Introduction to poisson regression : inferences on morbidity and mortality rates -- Multiple poisson regression -- Fixed effects analysis of variance -- Repeated-measures analysis of variance.
  • 2006 Springer
    Lemuel A. Moyé.
  • 2007
    edited by Karl Friston ... [et al.].
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2010
    A. John Bailer.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Let's get started: preliminaries and a SAS quick start -- Reading, combining, and managing data for later analysis -- Using SAS procedures -- Complex table construction and output control -- Basic models in SAS -- Producing statistical graphics in SAS -- Traditional SAS graphics -- Formatting variables, recoding variables, and writing programs -- Programming in a DATA step -- Macro programming -- Programming with matrices and vectors.
  • 2006 Springer
    Lemuel A. Moyé.
  • 2012 CRCnetBASE
    Yu-Kang Tu, Mark S. Gilthorpe.
    "While biomedical researchers may be able to follow instructions in the manuals accompanying the statistical software packages, they do not always have sufficient knowledge to choose the appropriate statistical methods and correctly interpret their results. Statistical Thinking in Epidemiology examines common methodological and statistical problems in the use of correlation and regression in medical and epidemiological research: mathematical coupling, regression to the mean, collinearity, the reversal paradox, and statistical interaction. Statistical Thinking in Epidemiology is about thinking statistically when looking at problems in epidemiology. The authors focus on several methods and look at them in detail: specific examples in epidemiology illustrate how different model specifications can imply different causal relationships amongst variables, and model interpretation is undertaken with appropriate consideration of the context of implicit or explicit causal relationships. This book is intended for applied statisticians and epidemiologists, but can also be very useful for clinical and applied health researchers who want to have a better understanding of statistical thinking. Throughout the book, statistical software packages R and Stata are used for general statistical modeling, and Amos and Mplus are used for structural equation modeling"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2012 Springer
    Ton J. Cleophas, Aeilko H. Zwinderman ; with help from Toine F. Cleophas, Eugene P. Cleophas, and Henny I. Cleophas-Allers.
  • Springer
    by Ton J. Cleophas, Aeilko H. Zwinderman, and Toine F. Cleophas.
  • 2009
    M.J. Campbell, T.D.V. Swinscow.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Data display and summary -- Summary statistics for quantitative data -- Summary statistics for binary data -- Populations and samples -- Statements of probability and confidence intervals -- P-values, power, type I and type II errors -- The t tests -- The [chi]² tests -- Diagnostic tests -- Rank score tests -- Correlation and regression -- Survival analysis -- Study design and choosing a statistical test -- Use of computer software.
  • 2005- SpringerLink
  • William Mendenhall, Terry Sincich.
  • 2008 ProQuest Safari
    Sarah Boslaugh and Paul Andrew Watters.
  • 1979-
    Robert W. Broyles, Colin M. Lay.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    v.1. Basic concepts and applications ; v.2 Advanced concepts and applications.
  • 2006 ScienceDirect
    Robert H. Riffenburgh.
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • 2012 ScienceDirect
    R. H. Riffenburgh.
    Planning studies: from design to publication -- Planning analysis: what do I do with my data? -- Probability and relative frequency -- Distribution -- Descriptive statistics -- Finding probabilities -- Confidence intervals -- Hypothesis testing: concept and practice -- Tests on categorical data -- Risks, odds, and ROC curves -- Tests on ranked data -- Tests on means of continuous data -- Multi-factor ANOVA and ANCOVA -- Tests on variability and distributions -- Managing results of analysis -- Equivalence testing -- Bayesian statistics -- Sample size estimation and meta-analysis -- Modeling concepts and methods -- Clinical decisions based on models -- Regression and correlation -- Multiple and curvilinear regression -- Survival, logistic regression, and cox regression -- Sequential analysis and time series -- Epidemiology -- Measuring association and agreement -- Questionnaires and surveys -- Methods you might meet, but not every day.
  • 2007 Springer
    David Siegmund, Benjamin Yakir.
  • 2012 CRCnetBASE
    Tianhu Lei.
    "Statistical investigation into technology not only provides a better understanding of the intrinsic features of the technology (analysis), but also leads to an improved design of the technology (synthesis). Physical principles and mathematical procedures of medical imaging technologies have been extensively studied during past decades. However, less work has been done on their statistical aspect. Filling this gap, this book provides a theoretical framework for statistical investigation into medical technologies. Rather than offer detailed descriptions of statistics of basic imaging protocols of x-ray CT and MRI, the book presents a method to conduct similar statistical investigations into more complicated imaging protocols"--Provided by publisher.
  • Sudah G. Purohit, Sharad D. Gore, Shailaja R. Deshmukh.
  • Sharon Lawner Weinberg, Sarah Knapp Abramowitz.
    Introduction -- Examining univariate distributions -- Measures of location, spread, and skewness -- Re-expressing variables -- Exploring relationships between two variables -- Simple linear regression -- Probability fundamentals -- Theoretical probability models -- The role of sampling in inferential statistics -- Inferences involving the mean of a single population when s is known -- Inferences involving the mean when s is not known: one- and two-sample designs -- One-way analysis of variance -- Two-way analysis of variance -- Correlation and simple regression as inferential techniques -- An introduction to multiple regression -- Nonparametric methods.
  • 2005 Springer
    edited by Frank Drislane.
    History of status epilepticus / Peter W. Kaplan -- Types of status epilepticus: definitions and classification / Frank W. Drislane -- Differential diagnosis of status epilepticus; pseudostatus epilepticus / Barbara A. Dworetzky, Edward B. Bromfield -- The epidemiology of status epilepticus / Elizabeth J. Waterhouse -- The electroencephalogram in status epilepticus / Susan T. Herman -- Generalized convulsive status epilepticus: causes, systemic manifestations, and consequences / Bernard S. Chang -- Focal status epilepticus / Donald L. Schomer -- The Cellular physiology of status epilepticus / Omotola Hope, Hal Blumenfeld -- Cellular damage and the neuropathology of status epilepticus / Nathan B. Fountain -- Clinical presentations of nonconvulsive status epilepticus / Peter W. Kaplan -- Cognitive manifestations of status epilepticus: ictal aphasia, amnesia, and psychosis / Michael Benatar -- Nonconvulsive status epilepticus: morbidity and consequences / Frank W. Drislane -- Treatment of generalized convulsive status epilepticus / Tina Shih, Carl W. Bazil -- Treatment of refractory status epilepticus / Teresa L. Smith, Thomas P. Bleck -- Treatment of nonconvulsive status epilepticus / Frank W. Drislane -- Status epilepticus in children / James J. Riviello, Jr. -- Status epilepticus in neonates / John N. Gaitanis, James J. Riviello, Jr.
  • 2015
    This report provides data on women's health status in the United States, beginning with a composite index of women's health that includes nine indicators covering chronic disease, sexual health, mental health, and physical health. It analyzes data on additional aspects of women's health, including behavioral measures such as smoking, exercise, and diet, and preventive health care measures such as mammograms, pap tests, and screenings for HIV. In addition, the report examines how women's health status has improved or declined in these areas in recent years. It also notes places where women's health status varies by race/ethnicity and age and examines the health status of those who identify as a sexual minority .
  • 2016 Springer
    Dietger Mathias.
  • 2013 Springer
    James M. Ntambi, editor.
    Obesity and diabetes develop as a complex result of genetic, metabolic and environmental factors and are characterized by increased lipogenesis and lipid accumulation in many tissues. Stearoyl-CoA desaturase (SCD) genes are a critical regulator of lipogenesis and catalyzes the synthesis of monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA), mainly oleoyl- (18:1n9) and palmitoleoyl-CoA (16:1n7). These MUFAs are the major fatty acid substrates for the synthesis of triglycerides, cholesterol esters, wax esters and membrane phospholipids. There are 4 SCD isoforms (SCD1-4) in mice and two (hSCD1 and hSCD5) expressed in humans. At first glance, stearoyl-CoA desaturase enzyme would be considered a housekeeping enzyme because it synthesizes oleate a well-known fatty acid that is abundant in many dietary sources. However numerous studies have shown that SCD is a very highly regulated enzyme that features in so many physiological processes ranging from fat differentiation, carbohydrate and fat metabolism, inflammation and cancer. The editor's studies using stearoyl-CoA desaturase knockout (SCD1-/- ) mice and studies of other investigators using pharmacological approaches to reduce SCD1 expression in mouse tissues have all established that the expression of SCD1 gene isoform represents a key step in partitioning of lipids between storage and oxidation. High SCD expression favors fat storage leading to obesity while reduced SCD expression favors fat burning and leanness. Although these studies clearly illustrated that SCD1 expression is involved in the development of obesity and insulin resistance, questions remain in the elucidation of the mechanisms involved and role of SCD1. This book includes chapters by leading researchers on SCD Genes in the brain, heart, muscle, liver metabolism, Colitis, and more.
  • 1939-
    presented by G.E. Stechert & co., Alfred Hafner.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2007 Springer
    Roelof-Jan Oostra ... [et al.].
  • 2006 STAT!Ref, Limited to 7 simultaneous users
    Stedman, Thomas Lathrop.
    Also available: Print – 2000-2006.
    Also available: Print – 2006.
    Also available: Print – 1982, 1990
  • 2009
    Stedman, Thomas Lathrop.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Anatomical illustrations -- Culture media -- Stains, dyes, and fixatives -- Greek alphabet -- Elements and symbols -- Units of measure for pathology -- Sample immunodiagnostic panels -- Common lab tests -- Drugs of abuse, toxicology, and therapeutic drug levels -- Sample reports -- Common terms by procedure --Classification by system including grades & stages.
  • 2006 Springer
    [edited by] Alexander Battler and Jonathan Leor.
    Heart -- Neuro -- Musculoskeletal -- Kidney -- Eye -- Pancreas -- Hematology -- Skin.
  • 2007 Springer Protocols
    edited by Mohan C. Vemuri.
    Derivation of human embryonic stem cells in xeno-free conditions / Mohan C. Vemuri ... [et al.] -- Feeder-layer free culture system for human embryonic stem cells / Michal Amit -- Digital imaging of stem cells by electron microscopy / A. Henry Sathananthan and Stefania A. Nottola -- A controlled-cooling protocol for cryopreservation of human and non-human primate embryonic stem cells / Carol B. Ware and Szczepan W. Baran -- Cell surface markers in human embryonic stem cells / Raj R. Rao, Alison Venable Johnson, and Steven L. Stice -- Generation of a monoclonal antibody library against human embryonic stem cells / Micha Drukker, Christina Muscat, and Irving L. Weissman -- Analytical methods for cancer stem cells / Vinagolu K. Rajasekhar -- Micro RNA profiling : an easy and rapid method to screen and characterize stem cell populations / Uma Lakshmipathy ... [et al.] -- Gene transfer via nucleofection into adult and embryonic stem cells / Uma Lakshmipathy, Shannon Buckley, and Catherine Verfaillie -- RNAi knockdown of transcription factor Pu.1 in the differentiation of mouse embryonic stem cells / Gang-Ming Zou, Meredith A. Thompson, and Mervin C. Yoder -- StemBase : a resource for the analysis of stem cell gene expression data / Christopher J. Porter ... [et al.] -- Isolation of stem cells from human umbilical cord blood / Nishanth P. Reddy, Mohan C. Vemuri, and Reddanna Pallu -- Ex vivo expansion of hematopoietic stem cells from human cord blood in serum-free conditions / Chao-Ling Yao and Shiaw-Min Hwang -- Hematopoietic colony-forming cell assays / Carla Pereira, Emer Clarke, and Jackie Damen -- Assays for alloreactive responses by PCR / Patrick Stordeur -- Immune properties of mesenchymal stem cells / Panagiota A. Sotiropoulou and Michael Papamichail -- Clinical grade expansion of human bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells / Panagiota A. Sotiropoulou, Sonia A. Perez, and Michael Papamichail -- Adenoviral transduction of mesenchymal stem cells / Pablo Bosch and Steven L. Stice -- Directed differentiation of human embryonic stem cells to dendritic cells / Maxim A. Vodyanik and Igor I. Sluvkin -- Insulin-producing cells from embryonic stem cells to dendritic cells / Maxim A. Vodyanik and Igor I. Slukvin -- Insulin-producing cells from embryonic stem cells experimental considerations / Enrique Roche ... [et al.] -- Efficient generation of dopamine neurons from human embryonic stem cells / Chang-Hwan Park and Sang-Hun Lee -- Isolation of oligodendroglial cells from cultured neural stem/progenitors / Frank Zeigler and Stephen G. Hall -- Differentiation of human embryonic stem cells toward the chondrogenic lineage / Wei Seong Toh ... [et al.] -- Cartilage tissue engineering : directed differentiation of embryonic stem cells in three-dimensional hydrogel culture / Nathaniel S. Hwang, Shyni Varghese, and Jennifer Elisseeff.
  • 2013 Springer
    Stephen H. Tsang, editor.
    Patient specific and disease specific stem cell lines have already introduced groundbreaking advances into the research and practice of ophthalmology. This volume provides a comprehensive and engaging overview of the latest innovations in the field. Twelve chapters discuss the fastest growing areas in ophthalmological stem cell research, from disease modeling, drug screening and gene targeting to clinical genetics and regenerative treatments. Innovative results from stem cell research of the past decade are pointing the way toward practicable treatments for retinitis pigmentosa, age related macular degeneration, and Stargardt disease. What future directions will stem cell research take? Researchers, graduate students, and fellows alike will find food for thought in this insightful guide tapping into the collective knowledge of leaders in the field. Stem Cells in Ophthalmology is part of the Stem Cells in Regenerative Medicine series dedicated to discussing current challenges and future directions in stem cell research.
  • 2009 Springer
    Thomas Dittmar, Kurt S. Zänker, editors.
    Part 1. Bone marrow-derived stem cells -- Part 2. Embryonic stem cells -- Part 3. Cancer stem cells.
  • 2015 Springer
    Moneeb Ehtesham, editor.
    "This volume presents the most current reviews on how cancer stem cells (CSCs) hypothesis dictates that the continued proliferation of a tumor is dependent on a sub-population of self-renewing and asymmetrically dividing neoplastic stem cells that supply a largely differentiated tumor. This volume provides a comprehensive overview of the characteristics of CSCs, their role in central nervous system (CNS) tumors, and the recent CSC-specific treatment modalities being used. The emerging focus on CSCs in brain tumors represents a paradigm shift in our understanding of the pathogenesis of these neoplasms. Importantly, the realization that a distinct sub-population of cells contributes disproportionately to the growth and sustenance of central nervous system tumors has important implications for the treatment of such tumors. To treat CNS tumors, there is now a growing need to treat CSCs to achieve adequate tumor control"--Publisher's description.
    Also available: Print – 2015
  • 2008 ScienceDirect
    edited by Jennie P. Mather.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2012 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Dara L. Kraitchman, Joseph C. Wu.
    "Stem Cell Labeling for Delivery and Tracking Using Noninvasive Imaging provides a comprehensive overview of cell therapy imaging, ranging from the basic biology of cell therapeutic choices to the preclinical and clinical applications of cell therapy. It emphasizes the use of medical imaging for therapeutic delivery/targeting, cell tracking, and determining therapeutic efficacy. The book first presents background information and insight on the major classes of stem and progenitor cells. It then describes the main imaging modalities and state-of-the-art techniques that are currently employed for stem cell tracking. In the final chapters, leading scholars offer clinical perspectives on existing and potential uses of stem cells as well as the impact of image-guided delivery and tracking in major organ systems. Through clear descriptions and color images, this volume illustrates how noninvasive imaging is used to track stem cells as they repair damaged tissue in the body. With contributions from some of the most prominent preclinical and clinical researchers in the field, the book helps readers to understand the evolving concepts of stem cell labeling and tracking as the field continues to move forward"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2011 Springer Protocols
    edited by Marie-Dominique Filippi, Hartmut Geiger.
    Trafficking of stem cells / Claire Magnon, Daniel Lucas, and Paul S. Frenette -- Migratory strategies of normal and malignant stem cells / David A. Hess and Alison L. Allan -- Hematopoietic stem cell characterization and isolation / Lara Rossi [and others] -- Isolation and characterization of adult neural stem cells / Florian A. Siebzehnrubl [and others] -- Magnetic resonance imaging of stem cell migration / Eva Sykova, Pavla Jendelova, and Vit Herynek -- Imaging of schwann cells in vivo / Rahul Kasukurthi and Terence M. Myckatyn -- Imaging of embryonic stem cell migration in vivo / Andrew S. Lee and Joseph C. Wu -- In vivo germ line stem cell migration : a mouse model / Brian Dudley and Kathleen Molyneaux -- Live microscopy of neural stem cell migration in brain slices / Jin-Wu Tsai and Richard B. Vallee -- Whole embryo imaging of hematopoietic cell emergence and migration / Michael J. Ferkowicz and Mervin C. Yoder -- Stem cell migration : a zebrafish model / Pulin Li and Leonard I. Zon -- Imaging pluripotent cell migration in Drosophila / Michael J. Murray and Robert Saint -- Adhesion, migration, and homing of murine hematopoietic stem cells and progenitors / Jose A. Cancelas -- Methods to analyze the homing efficiency and spatial distribution of hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells and their relationship to the bone marrow endosteum and vascular endothelium / Jochen Grassinger and Susie K. Nilsson -- Imaging hematopoietic stem cells in the marrow of long bones in vivo / Anja Kohler, Hartmut Geiger, and Matthias Gunzer -- Studies of adult neural stem cell migration / Adam C. Puche and Serena Bovetti -- Dissecting mesenchymal stem cell movement : migration assays for tracing and deducing cell migration / Erika L. Spaeth and Frank C. Marini -- Epithelial stem cells / Kyle M. Draheim and Stephen Lyle -- Pathways implicated in stem cell migration : the SDF-1/CXCR4 axis / Yaron Vagima [and others] -- Role of receptor tyrosine kinases in primordial germ cell migration / Louise Silver-Morse and Willis X. Li -- Rho GTPases in hematopoietic stem/progenitor cell migration / Wei Liu [and others].
  • 2012 Springer Protocols
    edited by Mikhail G. Kolonin and Paul J. Simmons.
    Mobilization of hematopoietic stem/progenitor cells : general principles and molecular mechanisms / Halvard Bonig and Thalia Papayannopoulou -- Quantifying hematopoietic stem and progenitor cell mobilization / Shiri Gur-Cohen, Kfir Lapid, and Tsvee Lapidot -- Hematopoietic stem cell mobilization with G-CSF / Chitra Hosing -- Hematopoietic stem cell mobilization with agents other than G-CSF / Jonathan Hoggatt and Louis M. Pelus -- Hematopoietic stem cell mobilization : a clinical protocol / Gina Pesek and Michele Cottler-Fox -- Monitoring blood for CD34+ cells to determine timing of hematopoietic progenitor cells apheresis / M. Louette Vaughn and Edmund K. Waller -- Hematopoietic progenitor cell collection / S. Darlene Marlow and Myra House -- Managing apheresis complications during the hematopoietic stem cell collection / S. Darlene Marlow and Myra House -- Hematopoietic progenitor cell apheresis processing / Eleanor S. Hamilton and Edmund K. Waller -- Toxicities of mobilized stem cell infusion / Jonathan L. Kaufman -- Mobilization of hematopoietic stem cells by depleting bone marrow macrophages / Valeeie Barbier, Ingrid G. Winkler, and Jean-Pierre Levesque -- combinatorial stem cell mobilization in animal models / Simon C. Pitchford and Sara M. Rankin -- Vascular progenitor cell mobilization / Kirsten A. Kienstra and Karen K. Hirschi -- Evaluation of circulating endothelial precursor cells in cancer patients / Francesco Bertolini [and others] -- Tracking inflammation-induced mobilization of mesenchymal stem Cells / Erika L. Spaeth, Shannon Kidd, and Frank C. Marini -- Differentiation of circulating monocytes into fibroblast-like cells / Darrell Pilling and Richard H. Gomer -- Enumeration of very small embryonic-like stem cells in peripheral blood / Rui Liu and Mariusz Z. Ratajczak -- Generation of a vascular niche for studying stem cell homeostasis / Jason M. Butler and Shahin Rafii -- Studying vascular progenitor cells in a neonatal mouse model / Kirsten A. Kienstra and Karen K. Hirschi -- Progenitor cell mobilization from extramedullary organs / Mikhail G. Kolonin.
  • 2013 Springer Protocols
    edited by Kursad Turksen.
    Propagation and differentiation of human Wharton's jelly stem cells on three-dimensional nanofibrous scaffolds / Kalamegam Gauthaman [and five others] -- Composite electrospun nanofibers for influencing stem cell fate / Alessandro Polini [and three others] -- In vitro nanoparticle-mediated intracellular delivery into human adipose-derived stem cells / Rosario Sanchez-Martin [and three others] -- Screening of nanoparticle embryotoxicity using embryonic stem cells / Luisa Campagnolo [and four others] -- Peptide nanofiber scaffolds for multipotent stromal cell culturing / Seher Ustun [and three others] -- Patterned polymeric surfaces to study the influence of nanotopography on the growth and differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells / Cristian Pablo Pennisi [and four others] -- Transduction of murine embryonic stem cells by magnetic nanoparticle-assisted lentiviral gene transfer / Sarah Rieck, Katrin Zimmermann, and Daniela Wenzel -- Lanthanide-based upconversion nanoparticles for connexin-targeted imaging in co-cultures / Sounderya Nagarajan and Yong Zhang -- Basic protocols to investigate hMSC behavior onto electrospun fibers / Marco A. Alvarez-Perez [and three others] -- General protocol for the culture of cells on plasma-coated electrospun scaffolds / A. Géraldine Guex [and four others] -- Mesenchymal stem cells and nano-structured surfaces / Yinghong Zhou [and three others] -- Chondrogenic differentiation of menstrual blood-derived stem cells on nanofibrous scaffolds / Somaieh Kazemnejad [and three others] -- Engineering of a 3D nanostructured scaffold made of functionalized self-assembling peptides and encapsulated neural stem cells / Carla Cunha, Silvia Panseri, and Fabrizio Gelain.
  • 2013 Springer Protocols
    edited by Kursad Turksen.
    Immunostaining of germline stem cells and the niche in Drosophila ovaries / Lichao Luo, Phing Chian Chai, and Yu Cai -- Genetic, immunofluorescence labeling, and in situ hybridization techniques in identification of stem cells in male and female germline niches / Shree Ram Singh ... [et al.] -- Visualization of adult stem cells within their niches using the Drosophila germline as a model system / Annekatrin König and Halyna R. Shcherbata -- Morphometric evaluation of the spermatogonial stem cell distribution and niche in vertebrates / Paulo Henrique Almeida Campos-Junior ... [et al.] -- In vitro construction of 2D and 3D simulations of the murine hematopoietic niche / Brahmananda Reddy Chitteti ... [et al.] -- Isolation of embryonic hematopoietic niche cells by flow cytometry and laser capture microdissection / Daisuke Sugiyama and Tatsuya Sasaki -- Isolation and enrichment of Stro-1 immunoselected mesenchymal stem cells from adult human bone marrow / Emma L. Williams, Kate White, and Richard O.C. Oreffo -- Primary marrow-derived stromal cells : isolation and manipulation / Aravind Ramakrishnan, Beverly Torok-Storb, and Manoj M. Pillai -- Detection in vitro and quantitative estimation of artificial microterritories which promote osteogenic differentiation and maturation of stromal stem cells / Igor A. Khlusov, Natalya M. Shevtsova, and Marina Yu. Khlusova -- Prospective isolation of viable, high ploidy megakaryocytes from adult murine bone marrow by fluorescence activated cell sorting / Shen Y. Heazlewood ... [et al.] -- Looking for the niche : substance delivery into the lateral ventricle of the brain : the osmotic minipump system / María Victoria Gómez Gaviro ... [et al.] -- Unbiased stereological method to assess proliferation throughout the subependymal zone / Ana Mendanha Falcão ... [et al.] -- Cardiac stem cell niche, MMP9, and culture and differentiation of embryonic stem cells / Paras Kumar Mishra ... [et al.] -- Human and murine skeletal muscle reserve cells / Rana Abou-Khalil, Fabien Le Grand, and Bénédicte Chazaud -- Modulation of the host skeletal muscle niche for donor satellite cell grafting / Luisa Boldrin and Jennifer E. Morgan -- Isolation of c-Kit+ human amniotic fluid stem cells from second trimester / Michela Pozzobon ... [et al.] -- Hypoxia and visualization of the stem cell niche / Ali Dalloul -- Detection and isolation of human disseminated tumor cells in the murine bone marrow stem cell niche / Yusuke Shiozawa, Russell S. Taichman, and Evan T. Keller -- Identification and separation of normal hematopoietic stem cells and leukemia stem cells from patients with acute myeloid leukemia / Van T. Hoang ... [et al.] -- Serial orthotopic transplantation of epithelial tumors in single-cell suspension / Heather A. McCauley and Géraldine Guasch -- Isolation and propagation of colon cancer stem cells / Pramudita R. Prasetyanti ... [et al.].
  • 2006
    Christopher Thomas Scott.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Foreword by Donald Kennedy -- Abbreviations -- The experiment that shook the world -- The cell -- How we get to how we are -- A brief history of embryonic stem cells -- Hunting adult stem cells -- Seven questions -- The future of medicine -- The great moral divide -- The consequences of politics -- Epilogue -- Notes -- Glossary -- Further reading -- Acknowledgments.
  • 2015 Springer Protocols
    edited by Ivan N. Rich.
    Short primer in stem cell biology / Ivan N. Rich -- Measurement of hematopoietic stem cell proliferation, self-renewal, and expansion potential / Ivan N. Rich -- Measuring the aging process in stem cells / Yi Liu, Gary Van Zant, and Ying Liang -- Measuring the potency of a stem cell therapeutic / Holli Harper and Ivan N. Rich -- Culturing protocols for human multipotent adult stem cells / Bart Vaes [and six others] -- Isolation of murine bone marrow scavenging sinusoidal endothelial cells / Peter A. G. McCourt [and three others] -- Analysis of circadian rhythms in embryonic stem cells / Jiffin K. Paulose, Edmund B. Rucker III, and Vincent M. Cassone -- Measuring stem cell circadian rhythm / William Hrushesky and Ivan N. Rich -- Cryopreservation of human pluripotent stem cells : a general protocol / Takamichi Miyazaki and Hirofumi Suemori -- Biological differences between native and cultured mesenchymal stem cells : implications for therapies / Elena Jones and Richard Schäfer -- The use of multiparameter flow cytometry and cell sorting to characterize native human bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) / Sally Boxall and Elena Jones -- High yield recovery of equine mesenchymal stem cells from umbilical cord matrix/Wharton's jelly using a semi- automated process / Timo Z. Nazari-Shafti [and five others] -- Isolation and functional assessment of cutaneous stem cells / Yanne S. Doucet and David M. Owens -- Isolation of adult stem cell populations from the human cornea / Matthew J. Branch [and three others] -- Advanced imaging and tissue engineering of the human limbal epithelial stem cell niche / Isobel Massie [and ten others] -- Isolation and characterization of stem cells in the adult mammalian ovary / Seema Parte [and three others] -- Clonal culture of adult mouse lung epithelial stem/progenitor cells / Jonathan L. McQualter and Ivan Bertoncello -- Culture and characterization of mammary cancer stem cells in mammospheres / Eleonora Piscitelli [and eight others] -- Isolation and culture of primary glioblastoma cells from human tumor specimens / Sascha Seidel, Boyan K. Garvalov, and Till Acker.
  • 2015 Springer Protocols
    edited by Kursad Turksen.
    Laboratory Control and Basic Culture Protocols for Stem Cell Self-Renewal / Lim, Jeong Mook and others -- Advanced Fixation for Transmission Electron Microscopy Unveils Special Extracellular Matrix Within the Renal Stem/Progenitor Cell Niche / Minuth, Will W. and others -- Multiplex Immunoassays for Quantification of Cytokines, Growth Factors, and Other Proteins in Stem Cell Communication / Valekova, Ivona and others -- Porous Membrane Culture Method for Expansion of Human Pluripotent Stem Cells / Kim, Jin-Su and others -- Tuning Differentiation Signals for Efficient Propagation and In Vitro Validation of Rat Embryonic Stem Cell Cultures / Meek, Stephen and others -- Generation, Expansion, and Differentiation of Human Pluripotent Stem Cell (hPSC) Derived Neural Progenitor Cells (NPCs) / Brafman, David A. -- Isolation, Long-Term Expansion, and Differentiation of Murine Neural Stem Cells / Bizy, Alexandra and others -- Generation, Expansion, and Differentiation of Cardiovascular Progenitor Cells from Human Pluripotent Stem Cells / Cao, Nan and others -- A Practical Guide for the Isolation and Maintenance of Stem Cells from Tendon / Lui, Pauline Po Yee -- A Human Colonic Crypt Culture System to Study Regulation of Stem Cell-Driven Tissue Renewal and Physiological Function / Parris, Alyson and others -- Ca²⁺ Handling in Mouse Embryonic Stem Cell-Derived Cardiomycetes / Wei, Wenjie and others -- Potential Application of Extracellular Vesicles of Human Adipose Tissue-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells in Alzheimer's Disease Therapeutics / Katsuda, Takeshi and others -- Application of Fluid Mechanical Force to Embryonic Sources of Hemogenic Endothelium and Hematopoietic Stem Cells / Li, Nan and others -- Electrophysiological Recordings from Neuroepithelial Stem Cells / Yamashita, Masayuki -- In Vivo Stem Cell Transplantation Using Reduced Cell Numbers / Tsutsui, Takeo W.
  • 2008 Springer
    Yanhong Shi, Dennis O. Clegg, editors.
  • 2006 Springer
    Nabil Dib, Doris A. Taylor, Edward B. Diethrich (editors).
    Ventricular remodeling in ischemic cardiomyopathy / Stefan Klotz and Daniel Burkhoff -- Myocardial regeneration: which cell and why / Elmostafa El Fahime and Jacques Tremblay -- Cardiac stem cells for myocardial regeneration / Bernardo Nadal-Ginard and Simón Méndez-Ferrer -- A historic recapitulation of myoblast transplantation / Daniel Skuk and Jacques Tremblay -- Myoblast cell transplantation preclinical studies / Doris A. Taylor and Harald Ott -- Skeletal myoblasts: the European experience / Philippe Menasche -- Skeletal myoblasts: the U. S. experience / Edward B. Diethrich -- Progenitor cells for cardiac regeneration / Ana Sánchez and Javier Garcia-Sancho -- Bone marrow derived stem cell for myocardial regeneration: preclinical experience / Bradley Martin and Mark Pittenger -- Bone marrow derived stem cell for myocardial regeneration: clinical experience, surgical delivery / Manual Galiñanes -- Autologous mononuclear bone marrow cell transplantation for myocardial infarction: the German experience / Michael Brehm, Tobias Zeus and Bodo E. Strauer -- Autologous mononuclear bone marrow cell transplantation for myocardial infarction: the Spanish experience / Francisco E. Avilés ... [et al.] -- Mobilizing bone marrow stem cells for myocardial repair after acute myocardial infarction / Steve Ellis and Oussama Wazni -- Percutaneous myoblast transplantation: steps in transplantation research / Nabil Dib -- A porcine model of myocardial infarction for evaluation of cell transplantation / Nabil Dib ... [et al.] -- Tissue engineering for myocardial regeneration / Ravi K. Birla -- The role of pet scan in stem cell therapy / Uchechukwa Sampson ... [et al.] -- The measurement of systolic function in the mammalian heart / Blasé Carabello -- Electrophysiological aspects of cell transplantation / Nicholas S. Peters, Nicolas A.F. Chronos and Fernando Tondato -- Regulatory considerations in manufacturing, product testing, and preclinical development of cellular products for cardiac repair / Ellen Areman, Kim Benton and Richard McFarland.
  • 2010 Springer
    Shimon Efrat, editor.
  • 2013 Springer
    Jaap Jan Boelens, Robert Wynn, editors.
    1. Lysosomal diseases and therapeutic options: an overview / Eveline J. Langereis and Frits A. Wijburg -- 2. Alternative treatment options: enzyme replacement and small molecule therapies / James Edmond Wraith and Simon Jones -- 3. Hematopoietic cell transplantation in inborn errors of metabolism / Jaap J. Boelens, Paul Szaboles, and Rob Wynn -- 4. Leukodystrophies and lysosomal storage disorders / Maria L. Escolar and Mieke Aldenhoven -- 5. Hematopoietic stem cell gene therapy for lysosomal storage disorders: expected benefits and limitations / Alessandra Biffi and Ilaria Visigalli -- 6. Alternative future therapies for lysosomal storage diseases: embryonic stem cell- and induced pluripotent stem cell therapy / Arie Koen Braat, Paul J. Coffer, and Niels Geijsen -- 7. Concluding comments and future directions / Robert Wynn and Jaap Jan Boelens.
  • 2006 ScienceDirect
    edited by Irina Klimanskaya, Robert Lanza.
    In vitro experimentation and research tools -- Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • 2014 Springer Protocols
    edited by Benjamin L. Kidder.
    Efficient Library Preparation for Next-Generation Sequencing Analysis of Genome-Wide Epigenetic and Transcriptional Landscapes in Embryonic Stem Cells -- Analysis of Next-Generation Sequencing Data Using Galaxy -- edgeR for Differential RNA-seq and ChIP-seq Analysis: An Application to Stem Cell Biology -- Use Model-based Analysis of ChIP-Seq (MACS) to Analyze Short Reads Generated by Sequencing Protein-DNA Interactions in Embryonic Stem Cells -- Spatial Clustering for Identification of ChIP-Enriched Regions (SICER) to Map Regions of Histone Methylation Patterns in Embryonic Stem Cells -- Identifying Stem Cell Gene Expression Patterns and Phenotypic Networks with AutoSOME -- Visualization and Clustering of High-Dimensional Transcriptome Data Using GATE -- Interpreting and Visualizing ChIP-seq Data with the seqMINER Software -- A Description of the Molecular Signatures Database (MSigDB) Website -- Use of Genome-Wide RNAi Screens to Identify Regulators of Embryonic Stem Cell Self-Renewal and Pluripotency -- Correlating Histone Modification Patterns with Gene Expression Data During Hematopoiesis -- In Vitro Maturation and In Vitro Fertilization of Mouse Oocytes and Preimplantation Embryo Culture -- Derivation and Manipulation of Trophoblast Stem Cells from Mouse Blastocysts -- Conversion of Epiblast Stem Cells to Embryonic Stem Cells Using Growth Factors and Small Molecule Inhibitors -- Generation of Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Using Chemical Inhibition and Three Transcription Factors -- Transdifferentiation of Mouse Fibroblasts and Hepatocytes to Functional Neurons -- Direct Lineage Conversion of Pancreatic Exocrine to Endocrine Beta-Cells In Vivo with Defined Factors -- Direct Reprogramming of Cardiac Fibroblasts to Cardiomyocytes Using MicroRNAs -- Reprogramming Somatic Cells into Pluripotent Stem Cells Using miRNAs.
  • 2010
    Kitchener Daniel Wilson.
    The discovery and isolation of human embryonic stem cells (hESCs), and the more recent generation of induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) from adult cells, has given medical science the tantalizing prospect of one day regenerating organs and tissues in human patients, as well as a revolutionary method for investigating heritable human diseases in a petri dish. This is because hESCs and iPSCs are pluripotent, which enables them to differentiate into virtually any cell type of the human body. However, forcing these cells to change their phenotype is an imperfect science, and is often time-consuming, resource-intensive, and plagued by poor yields. My work over the past four years has therefore attempted to characterize the sets of molecules, both messenger RNAs and microRNAs, that together regulate pluripotency. This has included understanding how the stem cell "transcriptome" changes in the face of external insult (e.g. ionizing radiation), how it changes during differentiation to adult phenotypes such as cardiomyocytes and endothelial cells, and how knowledge from it may be used to induce pluripotency. Taken together, interrogating and ultimately controlling the stem cell transcriptome will be an essential step before we can realize the promise of regenerative therapy.
  • 2012 Springer
    edited by Carlos López-Larrea, Antonio López-Vázquez, Beatriz Suárez-Álvarez.
    Section I. Basic Aspects of Transplantation -- The Frontiers of Organ Transplantation and Cell Therapy / Rafael Matesanz -- Organ Transplantation in the 21th Century / Francisco Ortega -- Immunology and the Challenge of Transplantation / Rebeca Alonso Arias, Antonio López-Vázquez and Carlos López-Larrea -- Cellular Immunotolerance in the Transplant / Marcos Lóez-Hoyos, David San Segundo and Manuel Arias -- Immunosuppression in the ERA of Biological Agents / Josep M. Grinyó, Josep M. Cruzado, Oriol Bestard, J. R. Vidal Castiñeira and Joan Torras -- Transgenic Organs and Xenotransplants / Cristina Costa Vallés and Rafael Máñez Mendiluce -- Cell and Tissue Therapy in Regenerative Medicine / Ana Sánchez, Thomas Schimmang and Javier García-Sancho -- Section II. Adult Stem Cells -- Characteristics of Adult Stem Cells / Manuel A. Gonzalez and Antonio Bernad -- Bone Marrow Transplantation Extends Its Scope / Fermín M. Sánchez-Guijo, Alberto Orfao and María Consuelo del Cañizo -- Biology of Stem Cells: The Role of Microenvironments / Agustín G. Zapata, David Alfaro and Javier García-Ceca -- Mobilization and Homing of Hematopoietic Stem Cells / Beatriz Suárez-Álvarez, Antonio López-Vázquez and Carlos López-Larrea -- Great Promise of Tissue-Resident Adult Stem/Progenitor Cells in Transplantation and Cancer Therapies / Murielle Mimeault and Surinder K. Batra -- Multipotent Mesenchymal Stromal Cells: Clinical Applications and Cancer Modeling / René Rodríguez, Javier García-Castro, Cesar Trigueros, Mariano García Arranz and Pablo Menéndez -- Section III. Embryonic Stem Cells -- Neural Stem Cells and Transplantation Studies in Parkinson's Disease / Ricardo Pardal and José López-Barneo -- Biological Impact of Human Embryonic Stem Cells / Miguel Martín and Pablo Menéndez -- Epigenetics of Embryonic Stem Cells / Vincenzo Calvanese and Mario F. Fraga -- New Tools in Regenerative Medicine: Gene Therapy / Miguel Muñoz Ruiz and José R. Regueiro -- Therapeutic Cloning and Cellular Reprogramming / Ramon M. Rodriguez, Pablo J. Ross and Jose B. Cibelli -- Section IV. Stem Cell Regenerative Medicine -- Advances in Stem Cell Therapy / Silvia Pérez López and Jesús Otero Hernández -- Tissue Bioengineering and Artificial Organs / Sara Llames, Eva García, Jesús Otero Hernández and Álvaro Meana.
    Also available: Print – 2012
  • 2006
    edited by Anthony D. Ho, Ronald Hoffman, and Esmail D. Zanjani.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Clinical potentials of stem cells: hype or hope? -- Alteration of hematopoietic stem cell fates by chromatin-modifying agents -- Increasing impact of micro RNAs in stem cell biology and medicine -- Novel strategies for the mobilization of hematopoietic stem cell -- Pluripotent stem cells from umbilical cord blood -- Good manufacturing practices: clinical-scale production of mesenchymal stem cells -- The clonal activity of marked hematopoietic stem cell -- A large animal non-injury model for study of human stem cell plasticity -- Developmental potential of somatic stem cells following injection into murine blastocysts -- Testing the limits: the potential of MAPC in animal models -- Mesenchymal stem cells as vehicles for genetic targeting of tumors -- Endothelial progenitor cells for cardiac regeneration -- Stem cells and bypass grafting for myocardial and vascular regeneration -- Adoptive immunotherapy: guidelines and clinical practice -- Immune escape and suppression by human mesenchymal stem cells -- Stem cell transplantation: the basis for successful cellular immunotherapy.
  • 2011 R Soc Chem
    edited by Raphael Gorodetsky, Richard Schäfer.
    Chapter 1. Promises and Limitations in the Application of Cell Therapy for Tissue Regeneration / Raphael Gorodetsky -- Chapter 2. Adult Non-hematopoietic Stem Cells and Progenitor Cells (aNHSCs) / R. Schäfer and L. Dahéron -- Chapter 3. Screening Approaches for Stem Cells / David G. Buschke, Derek J. Hei, Kevin W. Eliceiri and Brenda M. Ogle -- Chapter 4. Hematopoietic Stem Cells and their Role in Regenerative Medicine / Eitan Fibach -- Chapter 5. Cord and Cord Blood: Valuable Resources with Potential for Liver Therapy / Saba Habibollah, Marcin Jurga, Nico Forraz and Colin McGuckin -- Chapter 6. Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells: Their Role in Modeling Disease and Regenerative Medicine / Yonatan Stelzer and Marjorie Pick -- Chapter 7. Mesenchymal Stromal/Stem Cells from Tissue Repair to Destruction of Tumor Cells / Rita Bussolari, Giulia Grisendi, Luigi Cafarelli, Pietro Loschi, Laura Scarabelli, Antonio Frassoldati, Michela Maur, Giorgio De Santis, Paolo Paolucci, Pierfranco Conte and Massimo Dominici -- Chapter 8. Fibrin-based Matrices to Support Stem Cell-Based Tissue Regeneration / Raphael Gorodetsky, Iris Mironi-Harpaz and Dror Seliktar -- Chapter 9. Culturing Non-hematopoietic Mesenchymal Stromal Cells and Requirements of GMP in Stem Cell-based Therapies / Karen Bieback, Marianna Karagianni, Gerlinde Schmidtke-Schrezenmeier, Natalie Fekete and Hubert Schrezenmeier -- Chapter 10. (Stem) Cell Based Therapy for Neurological Disorders / O. Einstein and T. Ben-Hur -- Chapter 11. Mesenchymal Osteogenic Precursors for Bone Repair and Regeneration / Nicola Baldini, Dante Dallari and Francesca Perut -- Chapter 12. Stem Cells and Cartilage Repair / Bernd Rolauffs, Andreas Badke, Kuno Weise, Alan J. Grodzinsky and Wilhelm K. Aicher -- Chapter 13. Stem Cell-based Replacement Tissue for Heart Repair / Ayelet Lesman and Shulamit Levenberg -- Chapter 14. Regeneration of the Vascular System / M. Schleicher, A. J. Huber, H. P. Wendel and U. A. Stock -- Chapter 15. Regenerative Strategies for the Endocrine Pancreas: From Islets to Stem Cells and Tissue Reprogramming / Juan Domínguez-Bendala and Camillo Ricordi -- Chapter 16. Regeneration of the Lower Urinary Tract: Clinical Applications and Future Outlook / Markus Renninger, Bastian Amend, Jörg Seibold, Gerhard Feil, Arnulf Stenzl and Karl-Dietrich Sievert -- Chapter 17. Effective Tissue Repair and Immunomodulation by Mesenchymal Stem Cells within a Milieu of Cytokines / Philip Lim, Shyam A. Patel and Pranela Rameshwar -- Chapter 18. Homing of Mesenchymal Stromal Cells / Reinhard Henschler, Erika Deak and Richard Schäfer.
  • 2006 Springer
    contributors, M.R. Alison ... [et al.] ; editors, Anna M. Wobus and Kenneth R. Boheler.
  • 2002 ScienceDirect
    edited by Mark P. Mattson and Gary van Zant.
    Also available: Print – 2002
  • 2008 Springer
    Thomas C.G. Bosch, editor.
  • 2011 Springer
    Krishnarao Appasani, Raghu K. Appasani, editors ; foreword by Sir John B. Gordon.
    pt. 1. Stem cell biology -- pt. 2. Epigenetic and microRNA regulation in stem cells -- pt. 3. Stem cells for therapeutic applications -- pt. 4. Nuclear reprogramming and induced pluripotent stem cells -- pt. 5. Tissue engineering -- pt. 6. Regenerative medicine.
  • 2011 ScienceDirect
    written and edited by Christine Mummery ... [et al.].
    Biology of the cell -- Embryonic development -- What are stem cells? -- Of mice and men: the history of the stem cell -- Origins and types of stem cells -- Cloning -- Regenerative medicine: clinical applications of stem cells -- Cardiomyocytes from stem cells: what can we do with them? -- Stem cell tourism --Stem cells in cancer and cancer stem cells -- Stem cells for discovery of effective and safe new drugs -- Legal and intellectual property issues associated with stem cells -- Stem cell perspectives: a vision of the future.
  • 2013 Springer Protocols
    edited by Kursad Turksen.
    1. Comprehensive hematopoietic stem cell isolation methods / Kyle Rector, Yi Liu, and Gary Van Zant -- 2. Serial transplantation of bone marrow to test self-renewal capacity of hematopoietic stem cells in vivo / Charusheila Ramkumar, Rachel M. Gerstein, and Hong Zhang -- 3. Mouse hematopoietic stem cell transplantation / Hui Cheng, Paulina H. Liang, and Tao Cheng -- 4. Isolation, characterization, and transplantation of adult liver progenitor cells / Mladen I. Yovchev, Mariana D. Dabeva, and Michael Oertel -- 5. Isolation of muscle-derived stem/progenitor cells based on adhesion characteristics to collagen-coated surfaces / Mitra Lavasani, Aiping Lu, Seth D. Thompson, Paul D. Robbins, Johnny Huard and Laura J. Niedernhofer -- 6. Human myoblasts from skeletal muscle biopsies : in vitro culture preparations for morphological and cytochemical analyses at light and electron microscopy / Manuela Malatesta, Marzia Giagnacovo, Rosanna Cardani, Giovanni Meola and Carlo Pellicciari -- 7. Cardiac stem cell senescence / Daniela Cesselli, Federica D'Aurizio, Paatrizia Marcon, Natascha Bergamin, Carlo Alberto Beltrami and Antonio Paolo Beltrami -- 8. Isolation of mesenchymal stem cells from human bone and long-term cultivation under physiologic oxygen conditions / Sebastian Klepsch, Angelika Jamnig, Daniela Trimmel, Magdalena Schimke, Werner Kapferer, Regina Brunauer, Sarvpreet Singh, Stephan Reitinger and Günter Lepperdinger -- 9. Methods for assessing effects of Wnt/b-catenin signaling in senescence of mesenchymal stem cells / Hai-jie Wang and Yu-zhen Tan -- 10. Intra-femoral injection of human mesenchymal stem cells / Sindhu T. Mohanty and Ilaria Bellantuono -- 11. Tracking of replicative senescence in mesenchymal stem cells by colony-forming unit frequency / Anne Schellenberg, Hatim Hemeda, and Wolfgang Wagner -- 12. Chromatin immunoprecipitation coupled by quantitative real-time PCR as a tool for analyzing epigenetic regulation of stem cell aging / Seunghee Lee, Ji-Won Jung, and Kyung-Sun Kang -- 13. Quantitative fluorescence in situ hybridization on paraffin embedded tissue / Mario Ricciardi, Mauro Krampera, and Marco Chilosi.
  • 2009 Springer
    edited by Rebecca G. Bagley, Beverly A. Teicher.
  • 2009 Springer
    Sadhan Majumder, editor.
  • 2014 Springer
    Mohamed Al-Rubeai, Mariam Naciri, editors.
    Use of Human Embryonic Stem Cells in Therapy -- Human Neural Stem Cell-based Cell- and Gene-therapy for Neurological Diseases -- Vascular Stem Cell Therapy -- Bioprocessing of Human Pluripotent Stem Cells for Cell Therapy Applications -- Blood Cell Bioprocessing: The Haematopoietic System and Current Status of In-vitro Production of Red Blood Cells -- Bioprocessing Challenges Associated with the Purification of Cellular Therapies -- Separation Technologies for Stem Cell Bioprocessing.
  • 2015 Springer Protocols
    edited by Kursad Turksen.
    Therapeutic mesenchymal stromal cells : where we are headed / Patrick J. Hanley -- Suspension culture of undifferentiated human pluripotent stem cells using spinner flasks / Vincent C. Chen and Larry A. Couture -- Scalable expansion of human-induced pluripotent stem cells in xeno-free microcarriers / Sara M. Badenes [and 4 others] -- Derivation of GMP-compliant integration-free hiPSCs using modified mRNAs / Jens Durruthy Durruthy and Vittorio Sebastiano -- Labeling pluripotent stem cell-derived neural progenitors with iron oxide particles for magnetic resonance imaging / Sebastien Sart [and 3 others] -- Using the quantum cell expansion system for the automated expansion of clinical-grade bone marrow-derived human mesenchymal stromal cells / Gema Martin-Manso and Patrick J. Hanley -- Isolation and expansion of mesenchymal stromal/stem cells from umbilical cord Under chemically defined conditions / Heba Badraiq, Liani Devito, and Dusko Ilic -- Production of good manufacturing practice-grade human umbilical cord blood-derived mesenchymal stem cells for therapeutic use / Phuc Van Pham and Ngoc Kim Phan -- Xeno-free culture of human periodontal ligament stem cells / Oriana Trubiani and Francesca Diomede -- GMP-compliant human adipose tissue-derived mesenchymal stem cells for cellular therapy / Hamid-Reza Aghayan, Parisa Goodarzi, and Babak Arjmand -- cGMP-compliant transportation conditions for a prompt therapeutic use of marrow mesenchymal stromal/stem cells / Elena Veronesi [and 8 others] -- GMP-grade human fetal liver-derived mesenchymal stem cells for clinical transplantation / Bagher Larijani, Hamid-Reza Aghayan, Parisa Goodarzi, and Babak Arjmand -- Purification of human induced pluripotent stem cell-derived neural precursors using magnetic activated cell sorting / Goncalo M.C. Rodrigues [and 4 others] -- Scalable ex vivo expansion of human mesenchymal stem/stromal cells in microcarrier-based stirred culture systems / Joana G. Carmelo, Ana Fernandes-Platzgummer, Joaquim M.S. Cabral, and Claudia Lobato da Silva -- Media fill for validation of a good manufacturing practice-compliant cell production process / Marta Serra, Livia Roseti, and Alessandra Bassi -- Standard operating procedure for the good manufacturing practice-compliant production of human bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells / Livia Roseti, Marta Serra, and Alessandra Bassi -- Culture of human limbal epithelial stem cells on tenon's fibroblast feeder-layers : a translational approach / Gaia Scafetta [and 3 others] -- Bioreactor expansion of human mesenchymal stem cells according to GMP requirements / Christiane L. Elseberg, Denise Salzig, and Peter Czermak.
  • 2012 Springer
    Rakesh Srivastava, Sharmila Shankar, editors.
    The main objective of this book is to provide a comprehensive review on stem cells and their role in tissue regeneration, homeostasis and therapy. In addition, the role of cancer stem cells in cancer initiation, progression and drug resistance are discussed. The cell signaling pathways and microRNA regulating stem cell self-renewal, tissue homeostasis and drug resistance are also mentioned. Overall, these reviews will provide a new understanding of the influence of stem cells in tissue regeneration, disease regulation, therapy and drug resistance in several human diseases.
  • 2007 Springer
    edited by Marc S. Penn.
    The challenge for stem cell therapy: overview of the problem: heart attack and heart failure -- Hematopoietic stem cells for myocardial regeneration -- Mesenchymal stem cells for cardiac therapy -- Multipotent adult progenitor cells -- Mesenchymal progenitor cells for vascular formation and cardiac muscle regeneration -- Umbilical cord blood stem cells for myocardial regeneration and angiogenesis -- Endogenous cardiac stem cells -- Embryonic stem cells for myocardial repair -- Chemokin and homing factor expression in acute myocardial infarction and chronic heart failure -- Stem cell differentiation toward a cardiac myocyte phenotype -- Electrical coupling and/or ventricular tachycardia risk of cell therapy -- Cell therapy for myocardial damage: arrhythmia risk and mechanisms -- Aspects of percutaneous cellular cardiomyoplasty -- Stem cells and myocardial regeneration: open-chest/minimally invasive surgical techniques -- Measures of effective cell based therapies -- Whole bone marrow transplantation -- Clinical angioblast therapy -- Use of skeletal myoblasts for the treatment of chronic heart failure -- Bone marrow and angioblast transplantation -- Strategies for cytokine modification and stem cell mobilization for acute myocardial infarction -- 21 summary and future challenges.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2013 Springer
    Scott D. Cramer, editor.
  • 2012 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Hyunjoon Kong, Andrew J. Putnam, Lawrence B. Schook.
    pt. 1. Defining, isolating, and characterizing various stem and progenitor cell populations for neovascularization -- pt. 2. In vitro studies for angiogenesis, vasculogenesis, and arteriogenesis -- pt. 3. Stem cell mobilization strategies -- pt. 4. Stem cell transplantation strategies.
  • 2014 Springer Protocols
    edited by Chrissa Kioussi.
    Culturing and differentiating mouse embryonic stem cells / Axel P. Gross and Chrissa Kioussi -- Neural stem cell transplantation in an animal model of traumatic brain injury / Dimitra Thomaidou -- Experimental cell transplantation for traumatic spinal cord injury regeneration : intramedullar or intrathecal administration / Ana Alastrue-Agudo [and six others] -- Generation of murine xenograft models of brain tumors from primary human tissue for in vivo analysis of the brain tumor-initiating cell / Maleeha Qazi [and six others] -- Growth of bone marrow and skeletal muscle side population stem cells in suspension culture / Christina A. Pacak and Douglas B. Cowan -- Isolation, culture and immunostaining of skeletal muscle fibres to study myogenic progression in satellite cells / Louise A. Moyle and Peter S. Zammit -- Human neural crest stem cells derived from human pluripotent stem cells / Qiuyue Liu, Andrzej Swistowski, and Xianmin Zeng -- Dental pulp stem cell (DPSC) isolation, characterization, and differentiation / Federico Ferro, Renza Spelat, and Chelsea S. Baheney -- Dental pulp stem cells isolation and osteogenic differentiation : a good promise for tissue engineering / Adriana Di Benedetto, Claudia Carbone, and Giorgio Mori -- Efficient hepatic differentiation of human induced pluripotent stem cells in a three-dimensional microscale culture / Ran-Ran Zhang [and nine others] -- The generation and maintenance of rat induced pluripotent stem cells / Tomoyuki Yamaguchi, Sanae Hamanaka, and Hiromitsu Nakauchi -- Protocol for cutaneous wound healing assay in a murine model / Gitali Ganguli-Indra -- Adipose-derived stem cells : methods for isolation and applications for clinical use / Brian Mailey [and seven others] -- In vitro detection of residual undifferentiated cells in retinal pigment epithelial cells derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells / Takuya Kuroda, Satoshi Yasuda, and Yoji Sato -- Whole-mount immunohistochemistry to study spermatogonial stem cells and spermatogenic lineage development in mice, monkeys, and humans / Kathrin Gassei, Hanna Valli, and Kyle E. Orwig -- Differentiating the stem cell pool of human hair follicle outer root sheath into functional melanocytes / Marie Schneider [and four others] -- Pancreas development ex vivo : culturing embryonic pancreas explants on permeable culture inserts, with fibronectin-coated glass microwells, or embedded in three-dimensional Matrigel [trademark] / Hung Ping Shih and Maike Sander -- Ultra-rapid manufacturing of engineered epicardial substitute to regenerate cardiac tissue following acute ischemic injury / Vahid Serpooshan and Pilar Ruiz-Lozano.
  • 2013 Springer
    Kursad Turksen, editor.
    Myogenic potential of stem cells: in vivo assessment / Maximilien Bencze [and five others] -- Urine-derived stem cells: biological characterization and potential clinical applications / Guihua Liu, Chunhua Deng and Yuanyuan Zhang -- Immunoregulatory properties of mesenchymal stem cells: in vitro and in vivo / Pinar Çetinalp Demircan [and three others] -- Current research on stem cells in Parkinson's Disease: progress and challenges / Ria Thomas and Jan Pruszak -- Stem cell applications in retinal diseases / Güngör Sobacı -- Potential use of dental stem cells for craniofacial tissue regeneration / Mustafa Ramazanoglu [and three others] -- Pediatric diseases and stem cells: recent advances and challenges / Duygu Uçkan -- Stem cell therapy: from the heart to the periphery / Bernd Stratmann and Diethelm Tschoepe -- Stem cells in wound healing / Dilek Telci, Ayca Zeynep Ilter and Merve Erdem -- Cancer stem cells: the gist of the matter / Torben Redmer [and five others] -- Filling the gap in the relationship between cancer and stem cells / Erdal Karaoz [and two others] -- Neural stem cells as therapeutic delivery vehicles for malignant brain tumors / Tugba Bagci-Onder -- Therapy resistance in prostate cancer: a stem cell perspective / Sandra Klein [and three others] -- Mechanisms of somatic cell reprogramming / Tamer T. Onder -- Disease modeling and drug discovery using human pluripotent stem cells / Christian Honoré and Mattias Hansson -- Stem cell research: ethical considerations / Berna Arda [and two others].
  • 2010 Springer Protocols
    edited by Randall J. Lee.
    Stem cells for myocardial repair and regeneration : where are we today? / Randall J. Lee -- Bone marrow-derived endothelial progenitor cells : isolation and characterization for myocardial repair / Masaaki Ii -- Umbilical cells stem cells for myocardial repair and regeneration / Nicholas Greco and Mary J. Laughlin -- Isolation of resident cardiac progenitor cells by Hoechst 33342 staining / Otmar Pfister ... [et al.] -- Mesenchymal stem cell therapy for cardiac repair / Andrew J. Boyle, Ian K. McNiece, and Joshua M. Hare -- Methods for human embryonic stem cells derived cardiomyocytes cultivation, genetic manipulation, and transplantation / Gil Arbel ... [et al.] -- Experimental cell transplantation therapy in rat myocardial infarction model including nude rat preparation / Wangde Dai and Robert A. Kloner -- Large animal model of heart failure for assessment of stem cells / Sharad Rastogi -- Histopathologic assessment of myocardial regeneration / Naima Carter-Monroe ... [et al.] -- Assessment of myocardial angiogenesis and vascularity in small animal models / Matthew L. Springer -- Superparamagnetic iron oxide labeling of stem cells for MRi tracking and delivery in cardiovascular disease / Dorota A. Kedziorek and Dara L. Kraitchman -- Embryonic stem cell biology : insights from molecular imaging / Karim Sallam and Joseph C. Wu -- Genetic fate-mapping for studying adult cardiomyocyte replenishment after myocardial injury / Sunny S.-K. Chan ... [et al.] -- In vitro electrophysiological mapping of stem cells / Seth Weinberg, Elizabeth A. Lipke, and Leslie Tung -- Assessment of cardiac conduction : basic principles of optical mapping / Chunhua Ding and Thomas H. Everett IV -- Surface patterning for generating defined nanoscale matrices / Karen L. Christman and Heather D. Maynard.
  • 2013 Springer
    Stewart Sell, editor.
    Stem Cells Handbook, second edition, emphasizesthe advances in understanding and working with embryonic and fetal stem cells as well as induced pluripotent stem cells that show the most promise for clinical use. This new edition has been completely rewritten and updated to reflect the significant advances made in this field since publication of the first edition in 2004. The thirty-six chapters in this book all written by recognized experts in Stem Cell research reflect the tremendous progress in the understanding of stem cell biology and the appreciation of the potential for using stem cells for therapy of cancer, aging, injury and congenital diseases. Arguably the biggest advances have been made in obtaining different populations of stem cells, inducing mature cells to act like stem cells, and the ever-critical issue of how to get these stem cells to expand and differentiate into the tissue precursor cells that then can be used to replace lost of damaged tissues. No less exciting are the recent advances in understanding how stem cells function to maintain tissue integrity and how to use this knowledge to prevent developmental abnormalities. Other key topics discussed include: properties of tissue stem cells, transplantation of stem cells, the stem cell as a target for cancer treatment and prevention.
  • 2008 Springer
    Lars Østnor, editor.
  • 2014 Springer
    Melvin A. Shiffman, Alberto Di Giuseppe, Franco Bassetto, editors.
    Interest in the use of stem cells in aesthetic procedures has been increasing rapidly, reflecting the widespread acknowledgment of the tremendous potential of stem cell fat transfer. This is, however, the first book to be devoted entirely to the subject. The book opens by reviewing the history of the development of pluripotent stem cells and the results of research into the biochemistry and physiology of stem cells. Adipose tissue anatomy and survival are discussed, and the wide range of aesthetic procedures involving stem cell fat transfer are then described in detail. These procedures relate to the face, breast, buttocks, legs, hands, penis, and Poland syndrome. In addition, potential risks and complications are identified. Stem Cells in Aesthetic Procedures: Art, Science, and Clinical Techniques is completely up to date and has been written by leading experts in the field. It will be an invaluable source of information for students, beginners, and experienced surgeons in the fields of plastic surgery, general surgery, cosmetic surgery, facial plastic surgery, otolaryngology, ophthalmology, and oral maxillofacial surgery.
  • 2005 Springer
    edited by Linda B. Lester.
    Generation of islet-like structures from ES cells / Nadya Lumelsky -- The therapeutic potential of liver repopulation for metabolic or endocrine disorders / Sanjeev Gupta -- The manipulation of mesenchymal stem cells for bone repair / Shelley R. Winn -- Spermatogenesis from transplanted spermatogenic stem cells / Michael D. Griswold and Derek McLean -- Hematopoietic stem cell transplant in the treatment of autoimmune endocrine disease / Jody Schumacher and Ewa Carrier -- Preclinical trials for stem cell therapy / Linda B. Lester, K.Y. Francis Pau, and Don P. Wolf. Pt. I. Basic stem cell biology. Embryonic stem cells: derivation, properties, and therapeutic implications / Victor L. Browning and Jon S. Odorico -- Germ line stem cells / Makoto C. Nagano -- Umbilical cord stem cells / Kathy E. Mitchell -- Differentiation potential of adult stem cells / Henry E. Young and Asa C. Black, Jr. -- Growth conditions for primate vs murine embryonic stem cells / Gillian M. Beattie ... [et al.] -- Pt. II. Translational research. Islet precursor cells in adult pancreatic islets / Gladys Teitelman and Irem Nasir -- Transcription factor-directed differentiation of stem cells along an endocrine lineage / William L. Lowe, Jr. --
  • 2009 Springer Protocols
    edited by Julie Audet and William L. Stanford.
    Derivation and manipulation of murine embryonic stem cells / Alexander Meissner, Sarah Eminli, and Rudolf Jaenisch -- Patterning mouse and human embryonic stem cells using micro-contact printing / Raheem Peerani ... [et al.] -- Efficient gene knockdowns in human embryonic stem cells using lentiviral-based RNAi / Asmin Tulpule and George Q. Daley -- Measurement of cell-penetrating peptide-mediated transduction of adult hematopoietic stem cells / Aziza P. Manceur and Julie Audet -- Stem cell sources for regenerative medicine / Ali M. Riazi, Sarah Y. Kwon, and William L. Stanford -- Investigating the interactions between haemopoietic stem cells and their niche : methods for the analysis of stem cell homing and distribution within the marrow following transplantation / Brenda Williams and Susan K. Nilsson -- Ex vivo megakaryocyte expansion and platelet production from human cord blood stem cells / Valérie Cortin, Nicolas Pineault, and Alain Garnier -- Ex vivo generation of human red blood cells : a new advance in stem cell engineering / Luc Douay and Marie-Catherine Giarratana -- Isolation and manipulation of mammalian neural stem cells in vitro / Claudio Giachino, Onur Basak, and Verdon Taylor -- Isolation, expansion, and differentiation of mouse skin-derived precursors / Karl J.L. Fernandes and Freda D. Miller -- Xenotransplantation of embryonic stem cell-derived motor neurons into the developing chick spinal cord / Hynek Wichterle, Mirza Peljto, and Stephane Nedelec -- Transplantation of neural stem/progenitor cells into developing and adult CNS / Tong Zheng ... [et al.] -- Transplantation of embrynic stem cell-derived dopaminergic neurons in MPTP-treated monkeys / Jun Takahashi, Yasushi Takagi, and Hidemoto Saiki -- Isolation and culture of epithelial stem cells / Jonathan A. Nowak and Elaine Fuchs -- Regeneration of skin and cornea by tissue engineering / Danielle Larouche ... [et al.] -- Prospective isolation of mesenchymal stem cells from mouse compact bone / Brenton J. Short, Nathalie Brouard, and Paul J. Simmons -- Isolation, propagation, and characterization of human umbilical cord perivascular cells (HUCPVCs) / Rahul Sarugaser ... [et al.] -- Bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells : isolation, expansion, characterization, viral transduction, and production of conditioned medium / Massimilano Gnecchi and Luis G. Melo -- Template DNA-strand co-segregation and asymmetric cell division in skeletal muscle stem cells / Vasily Shinin, Barbara Gayraud-Morel, and Shahragim Tajbakhsh -- Isolation and grafting of single muscle fibres / Charlotte A. Collins and Peter S. Zammit -- Differentiation and dynamic analysis of primitive vessels from embryonic stem cells / Gefei Zeng and Victoria L. Bautch -- Derivation of contractile smooth muscle cells from embryonic stem cells / Sanjay Sinha, Mark H. Hoofnagle, and Gary K. Owens -- Islet-derived progenitors as a source of in vitro islet regeneration / Stephen Hanley and Lawrence Rosenberg -- Isolation and characterization of hepatic stem cells, or "oval cells," from rat livers / Thomas D. Shupe ... [et al.] -- Reprogramming of liver to pancreas / Shifaan Thowfeequ ... [et al.]
  • 2006 Springer
    J. Morser, S.-I. Nishikawa, H.R. Schöler, editors.
  • 2013 Cambridge
    edited by Carlos Simon, Antonio Pellicer, Renee Reijo Pera.
    Genetics of the germline formation / Orkan Ilbay and Emre Seli -- Germ cell differentiation from pluripotent cells / Jose V. Medrano ... [et al.] -- The male gamete / Nicolas Garrido, Rocio Rivera, and Marcos Meseguer -- In vitro production of functional sperm from neonatal mouse testes / Takehiko Ogawa -- Adult stem cell population in the human testis / Ellen Goossens and Herman Tournaye -- Meiotic recombination in human oocytes / Jennifer R. Gruhn ... [et al.] -- Gene expression dynamics during human embryonic development / Carlos Simon and Renee A. Reijo Pera -- Embryonic stem cells from blastomeres maintaining embryo viability / Irina Klimanskaya -- Gamete generation from stem cells to avoid gamete donation and customized hESC from blastomeres as the cellular insurance for the newborn : will it ever be ethically acceptable? / Heidi Mertes and Guido Pennings -- Amniotic fluid and placental membranes : unexpected sources of highly multipotent cells / Sean Vincent Murphy and Anthony Atala -- Adult stem cells in the human endometrium / Caroline E. Gargett ... [et al.] -- In utero hematopoietic cell transplantation / Amar Nijagal and Tippi C. MacKenzie -- Bone marrow stroma : a source of mesenchymal stem cells for cell therapy / Agustin G. Zapata -- Dedifferentiation, transdifferentiation, and reprogramming / Sergio Mora and Angel Raya -- The metabolic framework of pluripotent stem cells and potential mechanisms of regulation / Alexandra J. Harvey, Joy Rathjen, and David K. Gardner.
  • 2010 Springer
    edited by Mauricio Rojas.
    "In this state-of-the-art exploration of a hugely dynamic and fast-evolving field of research, leading researchers share their collective wisdom on the role that stem cells could play in the context of physiological stress and lung injury. The text focuses on reviewing the most relevant -- and recent -- ideas on using local, endogenous, and exogenous progenitor/stem cells in preventing and treating injury to the lung. The lungs are one of the most complex organs in the human body, with a mature adult lung boasting at least 40 morphologically differentiated cell lineages. Our entire blood supply passes through the lung's alveolar units during oxygenation. This interaction with the outside world, along with the intricacies of its structure, makes the lung a highly susceptible organ that is vulnerable to numerous types of injury and infection. This means that the mechanisms of lung repair are in themselves correspondingly complex. Because of their multipotentiality, as well as the fact of the lung's relatively rapid cell turnover, stem cells are thought to be an important alternative cell-base therapy in lung injury. Despite the controversial nature of stem cell research, there has been growing interest in both local and endogenous stem cells in the lung. This highly topical book with chapters on everything from using mesenchymal stem cells in lung repair to the effect of physical activity on the mobilization of stem and progenitor cells, represents an exciting body of work by outstanding investigators and will be required reading for those with an interest in the subject."--Publisher's website.
  • 2007
    Joyce Cox ... [et al.].
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2005 ProQuest Safari
    Norm O'Rourke, Larry Hatcher, Edward J. Stepanski.
  • 2009 IngentaConnect
    Heather Wolffram.
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • 2011 Springer
    William T. O'Donohue, Crissa Draper, editors.
    . Case for Evidence-Based Stepped Care as Part of a Reformed Delivery System / Crissa Draper -- 2. Depression and a Stepped Care Model / Scott T. Gaynor -- 3. Anxiety / Holly Hazlett-Stevens -- 4. Panic Disorder / Per Carlbring -- 5. Post-traumatic Stress Disorder / Matthew Ghiglieri -- 6. Social Phobia (Social Anxiety Disorder) / Per Carlbring -- 7. Substance Abuse / Jason Lillis -- 8. Evaluating a Web-Based Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for the Prevention and Treatment of Pediatric Obesity / William T. O'Donohue -- 9. Chronic Disease Management / Victoria Mercer -- 10. Oppositional Defiant Disorder / Bruce M. Gale -- 11. Autism / Michele P. Steever -- 12. Grief / Brett Litz -- 13. Sexual Disorders / M. Todd Sewell -- 14. Stepped Care and E-Health in Behavioral Managed Care / Ronald R. O'Donnell -- 15. Cultural Considerations in Stepped-Care and E-Health Interventions / Chelsea Klinkebiel.
  • 2012 Karger
    editors, Julie Cichero, Pere Clavé.
    Definition, prevalence, and burden of oropharyngeal dysphagia : a serious problem among older adults worldwide and the impact on prognosis and hospital resources / Cichero, J.A.Y. ; Altman, K.W. -- The physiology of deglutition and the pathophysiology and complications of oropharyngeal dysphagia / Steele, C.M. -- Identifying vulnerable patients : role of the EAT-10 and the multidisciplinary team for early intervention and comprehensive dysphagia care / Kaspar, K. ; Ekberg, O. -- The volume-viscosity swallow test for clinical screening of dysphagia and aspiration / Rofes, L.; Arreola, V.; Clavé, P. -- Videofluoroscopic swallow study : techniques, signs, and reports / Bülow, M. -- Screening and clinical assessment of oropharyngeal dysphagia / Martino, R -- Pathophysiology, relevance, and natural history of oropharyngeal dysphagia among older people / Clavé, P. ... [et al.] -- Complications of oropharyngeal dysphagia : aspiration pneumonia / Almirall, J.; Cabré, M.; Clavé, P. -- Nutrition assessment and intervention in the patient with dysphagia : challenges for quality improvement / Ochoa, J.B. -- Therapeutic approach to malnutrition and sarcopenia / Burgos Peláez, R. -- Importance of nutritional support in older people / Sánchez-García, E. ... [et al.] -- Exercise-based approaches to dysphagia rehabilitation / Steele, C.M. -- Oropharyngeal dysphagia pathophysiology, complications, and science-based interventions / Altman, K.W. -- Concluding remarks.
  • 2013
    editors, Steven S. Agabegi, Elizabeth Agabegi ; contributing author, Adam C. Ring.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Diseases of the cardiovascular system -- Diseases of the pulmonary system -- Diseases of the gastrointestinal system -- Endocrine and metabolic diseases -- Diseases of the central and peripheral nervous systems -- Connective tissue and joint diseases -- Diseases of the renal and genitourinary system -- Fluids, electrolytes, and acid-base disorders -- Hematologic diseases and neoplasms -- Infectious diseases -- Diseases of the skin and hypersensitivity disorders -- Ambulatory medicine.
  • 2007
    Samir Mehta ... [et al.].
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2010
    Sonia Mehta ... [et al.].
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Basic concepts -- The nervous system -- The cardiovascular system -- The respiratory system -- The gastrointestinal system -- The renal system -- The endocrine system -- The reproductive system -- The musculoskeletal system -- The hematopoietic and lymphoreticular system.
  • 2006
    editors, Peter Meyer, Karin U. Löffler.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Normal anatomy -- Congenital malformations -- Degenerative lesions --Inflammatory lesions -- Tumors -- Traumatic lesions -- Surgery-related lesions.
  • 2006 Springer
    K.-H. Hellwich, C.D. Siebert ; translated by Allan D. Dunn.
  • 2013 Springer
    edited by Guido Nikkhah, Marcus Pinsker.
    Since its introduction about sixty years ago, stereotactic and functional neurosurgery has evolved into a fascinating and interdisciplinary endeavor that combines modern neurosurgery, neurobiology, and neuroimaging with innovative diagnostic and treatment strategies. In this collection, acknowledged experts from Europe and North and South America present their scientific and clinical experience in stereotactic and functional neurosurgery for movement disorders and brain tumors. The contributions present a wide range from the beginnings of human stereotactic neurosurgery to the most modern molecular and restorative strategies to treat diseases of the human nervous system. They clearly demonstrate that the discipline is still young and dynamic with alternative and sometimes competing strategies whose evaluation is underway. They also document that operative lesioning techniques such as thalamotomies, though still chosen under certain circumstances, have been succeeded by novel neuromodulation techniques such as deep brain stimulation in the great majority of clinical cases.
    Also available: Print – 2013
  • 2012 Springer
    Simon S. Lo, Bin S. Teh, Jiade J. Lu, Tracey E. Schefter, editors.
    Introduction / Simon S. Lo, Bin S. Teh, Jiade J. Lu and Tracey E. Schefter -- Historical Development of Stereotactic Ablative Radiotherapy / Timothy D. Solberg, Robert L. Siddon and Brian Kavanagh -- CyberKnife System / Jun Yang, John P. Lamond, Jing Feng, Xiaodong Wu and Rachelle Lanciano, et al. -- Novalis and Varian Systems / Isaac I. Rosen and Ramiro Pino -- Helical TomoTherapy System / Whitney Warren, Walter H. Grant III and Bin S. Teh -- Elekta System / Julian R. Perks, Megan E. Daly, David Schlesinger and Stanley H. Benedict -- Treatment Planning for Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy / Moyed Miften, Shiva K. Das, Indrin J. Chetty and David Westerly -- Launching a Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy Program / Michael Lamba -- Radiobiology of Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy/Stereotactic Ablative Radiotherapy / Michael D. Story, Chaitanya Nirodi and Clinton Park -- Primary Lung Cancer / Joe Y. Chang, Shervin M. Shirvani, Billy W. Loo Jr., John P. Lamond and Ben J. Slotman, et al. -- Primary Liver Cancer / Higinia R. Cárdenes and Foster Lasley -- Prostate Cancer / Hiromichi Ishiyama, Alan Katz, Angel I. Blanco, Jose Hinojosa and Simon S. Lo, et al. -- Renal Cell Carcinoma / Bin S. Teh, Hiromichi Ishiyama, Angel I. Blanco, Lee E. Ponsky and Simon S. Lo, et al. -- Gynecologic Cancer / Charles A. Kunos, Jeffrey Fabien, Yuxia Zhang, James Brindle and Nina A. Mayr -- Pancreatic Cancer / A. Yuriko Minn, Daniel T. Chang and Albert C. Koong -- Benign and Malignant Primary Spinal Tumors / Brett Cox, Iris C. Gibbs and Yoshiya Yamada -- Non-Skull Base Head and Neck Cancer / Farzan Siddiqui, David Raben, Sue S. Yom, Jiade J. Lu and Min Yao -- Skull Base Head and Neck Cancer / Sue S. Yom, David Raben, Farzan Siddiqui, Jiade J. Lu and Min Yao -- Lung Metastasis / Neha Amin, Tracey E. Schefter, Paul Okunieff, Brian Kavanagh and Michael T. Milano -- Liver Metastasis / Michelle Stinauer, Rachelle Lanciano, Tracey E. Schefter, Brian Kavanagh and Julie A. Carlson, et al. -- Adrenal Metastasis / Mirna Abboud, Simon S. Lo, Arnold C. Paulino, Daniel E. Lehane and Bin S. Teh -- Histology-Specific Metastasis / Michael T. Milano and Joseph K. Salama -- Bone Metastasis / Mirna Abboud, Arnold C. Paulino, B. S. Teh, Simon S. Lo and Rex Marco -- Spinal Metastasis / Simon S. Lo, Andrew E. Sloan, Mitchell Machtay, Bin S. Teh and Arjun Sahgal, et al. -- Reported Toxicities Associated with Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy / Simon S. Lo, Arjun Sahgal, Charles A. Kunos, Bin S. Teh and Min Yao, et al. -- Normal Tissue Constraints / Simon S. Lo, Arjun Sahgal, Lijun Ma, Ben J. Slotman and Zhibin Huang, et al. -- Erratum: Primary Liver Cancer / Higinia R. Cárdenes and Foster Lasley -- Erratum: Bone Metastasis / Mirna Abboud, Arnold C. Paulino, B. S. Teh, Simon S. Lo and Rex Marco.
  • 2013 Future Med
    editors, Simon Lo, Bin S. Teh, Nina A. Mayr, Mitchell Machtay.
    Stereotactic body radiation therapy : lung cancer / Simon S. Lo, Bin S. Teh, Nina A. Mayr & Mitchell Machtay -- Stereotactic body radiation therapy and lung cancer / Gregory M.M. Videtic -- Radiobiology of stereotactic body radiation therapy / Zhibin Huang, Nina A. Mayr, Simon S. Lo & William Yuh -- SBRT : frame-based and image-guided strategies / Meredith Elana Giuliani & Andrea Bezjak -- CyberKnife®-based SBRT for lung cancer / Martina Descovich, Danita Kannarunimit & Sue S. Yom -- SBRT : evolving standards in tumor response evaluation / W. Alexander Wilson & Ronald C. McGarry -- Radiation pneumonitis prediction and management / Robert Bryan Barriger -- Chest wall toxicities : prediction and management / Robert Bryan Barriger -- Surgery versus SBRT for early-stage lung cancer : a new treatment option? / W. Alexander Wilson & Ronald C. McGarry -- Target contouring & treatment planning in lung SBRT / Meredith Elana Giuliani & Jean-Pierre Bissonnette -- Ask the experts : strategies to minimize complications from SBRT for lung cancer / Simon S. Lo, Bin S. Teh, Nina A. Mayr & Mitchell Machtay -- Multiple choice questions : answers.
  • 2015 Springer
    Yasushi Nagata, editor.
  • 2015 Springer
    Andrew Gaya, Anand Mahadevan, editors.
    This practical guide covers the basic aspects of stereotactic radiotherapy systems and treatment. As an emerging field, stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT) offers image-guided radiation that is directed at extremely well-defined tumor targets within the body, delivering very high doses of radiation. Indications for SBRT have expanded extensively in recent years from intracranial treatment to extracranial, leading to the development of a thriving subspecialty within radiation oncology. The expertise on these methods is concentrated across a few centres, mainly in the USA. However, as the technique is increasingly being adopted worldwide, specialists require further training in using it. Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy ? A Practical Guide provides a valuable aid for this purpose and is of particular interest to clinical oncologists and their trainees.
  • 2015 CRCnetBASE
    editors, Stanley H. Benedict, David J. Schlesinger, Steven J. Goetsch, Brian D. Kavanagh.
    Historic development of stereotactic radiosurgery and stereotactic body radiation therapy / Steven J. Goetsch -- Gamma knife / Steven J. Goetsch -- Conventional medical linear accelerators adapted for stereotactic radiation therapy / William H. Hinson and Timothy D. Solberg -- Dedicated linear accelerators for stereotactic radiation therapy / Toufik Djemil and Joshua Evans -- Light ion beam programs for stereotactic radiosurgery and stereotactic radiation -- Therapy / Michael F. Moyers, Marc R. Bussiere, and Richard P. Levy -- Small animal irradiators for stereotactic radiation therapy / Ke Sheng, Patricia Lindsay, and John Wong -- Developing stereotactic frames for cranial treatment / Habeeb Saleh and Bassel Kassas -- Frames for extracranial treatment / D. Michael Lovelock -- Motion management / Krishni Wijesooriya, Rohini George, and Mihaela Rosu -- Image-guided radiation therapy and frameless stereotactic radiation therapy / Ryan McMahon and Fang-Fang Yin -- Stereotactic treatment planning / Bill J. Salter -- Small-field dosimetry for stereotactic radiosurgery and radiotherapy / Kamil M. Yenice, Yevgeniy Vinogradskiy, Moyed Miften, Sonja Dieterich, and Indra Das -- Radiation biology of stereotactic radiotherapy / Igor Barani, Zachary Seymour, Ruben Fragoso, and Andrew Vaughan -- Clinical outcomes using stereotactic body radiation therapy and stereotactic -- Radiosurgery / Megan E. Daly, Anthony L. Michaud, and Kyle E. Rusthoven -- The future of stereotactic radiosurgery / Joshua Evans, Cedric Yu, Michael Wright, Edwin Crandley, and David Wilson.
  • 2007 NLM
    Barbara E. Nixdorf-Bergweiler, Hans-Joachim Bischof.
  • 2013 Springer
    Parag Kolhe, Mrinal Shah, Nitin Rathore, editors.
    This comprehensive book encompasses various facets of sterile product development. Key concepts relevant to the successful development of sterile products are illustrated through case studies and are covered under three sections in this book: Formulation approaches that discuss a variety of dosage forms including protein therapeutics, lipid-based controlled delivery systems, PEGylated biotherapeutics, nasal dosage form, and vaccines, Process, container closure and delivery considerations including freeze-thaw process challenges, best practices for technology transfer to enable commercial product development, innovations and advancement in aseptic fill-finish operations, approaches to manufacturing lyophilized parenteral products, pen / auto-injector delivery devices, and associated container closure integrity testing hurdles for sterile product closures, Regulatory and quality aspects in the areas of particulate matter and appearance evaluation, sterile filtration, admixture compatibility considerations, sterilization process considerations, microbial contamination investigations and validation of rapid microbiological methods, and dry and moist heat sterilizers This book is a useful resource to scientists and researchers in both industry and academia, and it gives process and product development engineers insight into current industry practices and evolving regulatory expectations for sterile product development.
  • 2013
    Randall Hansen, University of Toronto, Desmond King, Nuffield College, University of Oxford.
    This book is the first comprehensive analysis of eugenics in North America focused on the second half of the twentieth century. Based on new research the authors show why eugenic sterilization policies persisted after the 1940s in the United States and Canada. Through extensive archival research,they show how both superintendents at homes for the 'feebleminded' and pro-sterilization advocates repositioned themselves after 1945 to avoid the taint of Nazi eugenics. Drawing on interviews with victims of sterilization and primary documents, this book traces the post-1940s development of eugenic policy and shows that both eugenic arguments and committed eugenicists informed population, welfare, and birth control policy in postwar America. In providing revisionist histories of the choice movement, the anti-population growth movement, and the Great Society programs, this book contributes to public policy and political and intellectual history.
  • 2015 Ovid
    editor, Stacey E. Mills, MD, W.S. Royster Professor of Pathology, Section Chief of Anatomic Pathology, Director of Surgical Pathology and Cytopathology, University of Virginia Health System, Charlottesville, Virginia ; associate editors, Joel K. Greenson, MD, Professor of Pathology, Department of Pathology, University of Michigan Medical School, Director of Gastrointestinal Pathology, University of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Jason L. Hornick, MD, PhD, Director of Surgical Pathology, Director, Immunohistochemistry Laboratory, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Associate Professor of Pathology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, Teri A. Longacre, MD, Professor of Pathology, Director, Gynecologic Pathology, Stanford Health Care, Stanford, California, Victor E. Reuter, MD, Attending Pathologist and Member, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell, New York, New York.
    "Sternberg's Diagnostic Surgical Pathology is the flagship book on LWW's pathology list. This classic 2-volume reference presents advanced diagnostic techniques and the latest information on all currently known diseases. The book emphasizes the practical differential diagnosis of the surgical specimen while keeping to a minimum discussion of the natural history of the disease, treatment and autopsy findings. Contributors are asked to provide their expert advice on the diagnostic evaluation of every type of specimen from every anatomic site. This approach distinguishes it from its key competition and provides a style of a personal consultation"-- Provided by publisher.
  • 2010 Ovid
    editor, Stacey E. Mills ; associate editors, Darryl Carter [and others].
    Completely updated, the Fifth Edition of this standard-setting two-volume reference presents the most advanced diagnostic techniques and the latest information on all currently known disease entities. More than 90 preeminent surgical pathologists offer expert advice on the diagnostic evaluation of every type of specimen from every anatomic site. The Fifth Edition contains over 4,400 full-color photographs. This edition provides detailed coverage of the latest developments in the field, including new molecular and immunohistochemical markers for diagnosis and prognosis of neoplasia, improved classification systems for diagnosis and prognosis, the role of pathology in new diagnostic and therapeutic techniques, and the recognition of new entities or variants of entities. Where appropriate updated World Health Organization (WHO) terminology has been employed for tumor diagnosis. A few of the many specific changes include an update on the serrated adenoma and serrated carcinoam patterns of data can be determined.
  • v. 1-2, 1962-64.
    Applezweig, Norman.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2014 Springer Protocols
    edited by Gabriella Castoria, Ferdinando Auricchio.
    Progesterone receptor interaction with chromatin / Guillermo P. Vicent [and others] -- Mapping the genomic binding sites of the activated retinoid X receptor in murine bone marrow-derived macrophages using chromatin immunoprecipitation sequencing / Bence Daniel, Balint L. Balint, Zsuzsanna S. Nagy, and Laszlo Nagy -- Analysis of chromatin-nuclear receptor interactions by laser-chromatin immunoprecipitation / Rosaria Benedetti [and others] -- Examining estrogen regulation of cancer stem cells through multicolor lineage tracing / Yongshu Zhang, Gabriel Eades, and Qun Zhou -- Reporter mice for the study of long-term effects of drugs and toxic compounds / Nicoletta Rizzi [and others] -- Analysis of histone posttranslational modifications in the control of chromatin plasticity observed at estrogen-responsive sites in human breast cancer cells / Annalisa Di Santi [and others] -- In silico analysis of genomic data for construction of nuclear receptor network / Yun-Young Park and Ju-Seog Lee -- Cofactor profiling of the glucocorticoid receptor from a cellular environment / Sofie J. Desme [and others] -- Paxillin and steroid signaling : from frog to human / Stephen R. Hammes, Susanne U. Miedlich, and Aritro Sen -- Analysis of the androgen receptor/filamin a complex in stromal cells / Pia Giovannelli [and others] -- Multi-well plate immunoassays for measuring signaling protein activations/deactivations and membrane vs. intracellular receptor levels / Cheryl S. Watson [and others] -- Proximity ligation assay to detect and localize the interactions of ER-alpha with PI3-K and Src in breast cancer cells and tumor samples / Coralie Poulard [and others] -- Phosphoinositide 3-kinase assay in breast cancer cell extracts / Antonio Bilancio and Antimo Migliaccio -- Rapid estrogen effects on aromatase phosphorylation in breast cancer cells / Stefania Catalano, Ines Barone, and Sebastiano Andò -- Mouse monoclonal antibodies against estrogen receptor / Caterina De Rosa, Valentina Rossi, and Ciro Abbondanza -- Analysis of estrogen receptor-beta interacting proteins using pull-down assay and MALDI-MS methods / Mahendra Kumar Thakur and Vijay Paramanik -- Analysis of the conformation of the androgen receptor in spinal bulbar muscular atrophy by atomic force microscopy / Tobias Jochum and Andrew C.B. Cato -- Imaging of corticosteroid receptors in live cells / Mayumi Nishi -- Physiological techniques in the study of rapid aldosterone effects / Yamil R. Yusef, Warren Thomas, and Brian J. Harvey -- Detection of the glucocorticoid receptors in brain protein extracts by SDS-PAGE / Fernanda Marques [and others].
  • ScienceDirect
    edited by John H. Law, Hans C. Rilling.
    Also available: Print – 1985
  • ScienceDirect
    edited by John H. Law, Hans C. Rilling.
    Also available: Print – 1985
  • ScienceDirect
    edited by Raymond B. Clayton.
    Also available: Print – 1969
  • 2015 ClinicalKey
    James S. Lowe, Peter G. Anderson.
    Histology -- The cell -- Epithelial cells -- Support cells and the extracellular matrix -- Contractile cells -- Nervous tissue -- Blood cells -- Immune system -- Blood and lymphatic circulatory systems and heart -- Respiratory system -- Alimentary tract -- Liver -- Musculoskeletal system -- Endocrine system -- Urinary system -- Male reproductive system -- Female reproductive system -- Skin and breast -- Special senses.
  • 2009 Springer
    Michael Hortsch, Hisashi Umemori, editors.
  • 2006
    edited by Jesse B. Jupiter.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2011
    edited by Robert J. Ursano, Carol S. Fullerton, Mark C. Brown.
    This Forum on Health and National Security, directed to addressing stigma and barriers to care, brought together a diverse group of leaders in order to expand horizons on these issues of important national need in times of war, disaster and terrorism. The individuals represented national leaders, educators, researchers and health care planners across mental health, health care systems, military and disaster care and the specific issues of stigma and barriers to care. The goal was for individuals who did not usually talk with each other or even know of each other's work, to hear new perspectives and create a new vantage point on this difficult topic.
    Also available: Print – 2011
  • 2011
    edited by Robert J. Ursano, Carol S. Fullerton, Mark C. Brown.
    This Forum on Health and National Security, directed to addressing stigma and barriers to care, brought together a diverse group of leaders in order to expand horizons on these issues of important national need in times of war, disaster and terrorism. The individuals represented national leaders, educators, researchers and health care planners across mental health, health care systems, military and disaster care and the specific issues of stigma and barriers to care. The goal was for individuals who did not usually talk with each other or even know of each other's work, to hear new perspectives and create a new vantage point on this difficult topic.
    Also available: Print – 2011
  • 2016 Springer
    Ranna Parekh, Ed W. Childs, editors.
    1. Stigma and Persons with Disabilities -- 2. Stigma and Persons with Obesity -- 3. Religious Minorities and Medicine: The Collision of Health Care and Faith -- 4. The Poor and Economically Vulnerable in Public and Safety-Net Healthcare Institutions: Outcomes and Attitudes -- 5. Stigma and Prejudice Against Individuals Experiencing Homelessness -- 6. VIP Patients: An Unexpectedly Vulnerable Population -- 7. Stigma and Persons with Substance Use Disorders -- 8. Borderline Personality Disorder: From Stigma to Compassionate Care -- 9. Diagnosed with Breast Cancer: Stigmatized or a Member of an Empowered Sisterhood -- 10. Stigma and Prejudice in Patients with HIV/AIDS -- 11. Commercially Sexually Exploited & Trafficked Minors: Our Hidden and Forgotten Children -- 12. Stigma and Veterans -- 13. I Pity the Poor Immigrant: Stigma and Immigration -- 14. Limited English Proficient (LEP) Patient: The Importance of Working with Trained Medical Interpreters to Promote Equitable Health Care -- 15. Improving Workforce Diversity in Minority and Majority Institutions -- 16. Leveraging Technology for Health Equity -- 17. Research with Diverse and Vulnerable Populations -- 18. Building Diversity Initiatives in Academic Medicine -- 19. Looking Outward and Inward: The Role of Introspection in Expanding and Consolidating Our Understanding of Diversity -- 20. Pharmacology: Cultural and Genetic Considerations.
  • 2016 Springer
    Wolfgang Gaebel, Wulf Rössler, Norman Sartorius, editors.
  • 2010
    Frank Boulton.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Part 1. Tom the Scot -- 1. The Demographic setting; Scotland -- 2. The Scottish phase -- 3. Schooling and University Medical School -- 4. Tom the scientist clinician; how the apprentice became a pioneer of haemophilia research -- Interlude - Journey to San Francisco -- Part 2. Tom the American -- 5. California and San Francisco -- 6. American family connections -- 7. Tom the scientist clinician in America -- 8. Tom the social and political activist -- 9. Last years -- Notes and references from archived sources.
  • 2013 Springer Protocols
    edited by Paul M. Pilowsky, Melissa M.J. Farnham, and Angelina Y. Fong, Australian School of Advanced Medicine, Macquarie University, North Ryde, NSW, Australia.
    Optogenetic stimulation of neurons in the brainstem of freely behaving rats and mice / Stephen Abbott -- Stimulating peripheral afferents to evoke cardiorespiratory reflex responses in the in situ arterially perfused preparation / Angelina Y. Fong -- Excitatory responses to microinjection of glutamate depend on dose not volume : a meta-Analysis of studies in rat RVLM / Andrea H. Gaede and Paul M. Pilowsky -- Acute activation and inhibition of the sympathetic baroreceptor reflex / Melissa M.J. Farnham -- Pharmacological dissection of G protein-mediated second messenger cascades in neurons / Mark C. Bellingham -- In vivo manipulation of intracellular signalling pathways / V.J. Tallapragada -- Identification of spinally projecting neurons in the rostral ventrolateral medulla in vivo / Simon McMullan -- Microiontophoretic study of individual neurons during intracellular recording / Qi-Jian Sun and Paul M. Pilowsky -- Neurobiotin electroporation for combined structural and functional analysis of neurons in developing mouse brain slices / Refik Kanjhan and Mark C. Bellingham -- Juxtacellular neuronal labelling, physiological characterization and phenotypic identification of single neurons in vivo / Anthony J.M. Verberne and Ida J. Llewellyn-Smith -- Analysis of sympathetic nerve activity / Rohit Ramchandra -- Insight into autonomic nervous system control of heart Rate in the rat using analysis of heart rate variability and baroreflex sensitivity / Cara M. Hildreth, Ann K. Goodchild, and Jacqueline K. Phillips -- Neurophysiological recording of the compound muscle action potential for motor unit number estimation in mice / Shyuan T. Ngo and Mark C. Bellingham -- Animal models of neuropathic pain due to nerve injury / Paul J. Austin and Gila Moalem-Taylor -- Detection of sensitized nerve responses : dorsal root reflexes, live cell calcium, and ROS imaging / Karin N. Westlund and Liping Zhang -- Visual evoked potential recording in rodents / Yuyi You, Alexander Klistorner, and Stuart L. Graham -- Visual Evoked Potential in Humans / Stuart L. Graham and Alexander Klistorner -- Improving motor activation patterns after stroke with wii-based movement therapy / Angelica G. Thompson-Butel, Sarah E. Scheuer, and Penelope A. McNulty.
  • 2016 Karger
    volume editor, Konstantin V. Slavin.
    Technology for peripheral nerve stimulation / Parker, J.L., Cameron, T. -- Theoretical basis of vagal nerve stimulation / Attenello, F., Amar, A.P., Liu, C., Apuzzo, M.L.J. -- Vagal nerve stimulation : surgical technique and complications / Tronnier, V.M. -- Vagus nerve stimulation for epilepsy : an evidence-based approach / Cukiert, A. -- Vagus nerve stimulation for major depressive episodes / Eljamel, S. -- Phrenic nerve stimulation : technology and clinical applications / Abdunnur, S.V., Kim, D.H. -- Trigeminal ganglion stimulation / Van Buyten, J.-P. -- Carotid sinus/nerve stimulation for treatment of resistant hypertension and heart failure / Yin, D., Slavin, K.V. -- Hypoglossal nerve stimulation for obstructive sleep apnea / Mwenge, G.B., Rombaux, P., Lengele, B., Rodenstein, D. -- Sphenopalatine ganglion stimulation in neurovascular headaches / Schoenen, J. -- Occipital stimulation for migraine : update from recent multicenter trials -- Schwedt, T.J., Green, A.L., Dodick, D.W. -- Peripheral nerve stimulation for back pain / Verrills, P., Russo, M. -- Peripheral nerve stimulation for pain in extremities : an update / Pope, J.E., Carlson, J.D., Rosenberg, W.S., Slavin, K.V., Deer, T.R. -- Peripheral neuromodulation to treat postamputation pain / Soin, A., Fang, Z.-P., Velasco, J. -- Peripheral neurostimulation with a microsize wireless stimulator / Yearwood, T.L., Perryman, L.T. -- Sacral neuromodulation for genitourinary problems / Banakhar, M., Hassouna, M. -- Sacral nerve stimulation in the treatment of bowel disorders / Nordenstam, J., Boller, A.-M., Mellgren, A. -- Stimulation of the dorsal root / Ganglion Liem, L. -- Regulation of peripheral nerve stimulation technology / Birk, D.M., Yin, D., Slavin, K.V.
  • 2013 Springer
    Emmanouil Skouras, Stoyan Pavlov, Habib Bendella, Doychin N. Angelov.
    Recovery of mimic function after facial nerve transection is poor: the successful regrowth of axotomized motoneurons to their targets is compromised by (i) poor axonal navigation and excessive collateral branching, (ii) abnormal exchange of nerve impulses between adjacent regrowing axons and (iii) insufficient synaptic input to facial motoneurons. As a result, axotomized motoneurons get hyperexcitable and unable to discharge. Since improvement of growth cone navigation and reduction of the ephaptic cross-talk between axons turn out be very difficult, the authors concentrated on the third detrimental component and proposed that an intensification of the trigeminal input to axotomized electrophysiologically silent facial motoneurons might improve specificity of reinnervation.
  • 2006 CRCnetBASE
    Robert W. Proctor, Kim-Phuong L. Vu.
  • 2010
    Shih-jui Lin.
    Cancer screening is critical in clinical practice and public health in order to improve patient prognosis and reduce cancer mortality. In this dissertation, we propose a new approach of assessing the potential of cancer screening, based on estimation of the characteristics of cancer progression. We developed a novel stochastic model of cancer progression and applied this model to lung cancer and breast cancer separately. Model parameters were estimated using data from the Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results (SEER) cancer registry. The model reproduces SEER, validates against external clinical trials and produces estimates of tumor volume doubling times, likelihood of cure, and mortality reduction that are consistent with empirical data. When applied to lung cancer, the model suggests that under the current treatment regimes, only 6% of patients can be cured in the absence of screening. Despite the high mortality rates from lung cancer, we predict that the majority of lung cancer patients who develop lethal disease could be cured if their primary tumor were detected and treated while it is smaller than 1 cm. To attain a lung cancer mortality reduction of 20% or greater from annual screening, our model estimates that a screen detection threshold of 1.2 cm or lower is necessary, provided there were little to no delay between initial detection and treatment. When applied to breast cancer, our results indicate that likelihood of cure from breast cancer has been improved from 44% in 1975 to 67% in 1993, and a greater fraction of the improvement is attributed to adjuvant therapy than screening. In addition, we found a synergy between adjuvant therapy and screening, which suggests that patients receiving adjuvant therapies would benefit more from screening than those who were not treated by adjuvant therapy, even if there were no improvement in the screening technology. We found that this synergy enables a biannual mammographic screening program to provide benefits that are comparable to an annual program for women age 50 to 69 years. Our model achieves validity and generalizability across different disease types, different cancer characteristics, and different patient cohorts. In this dissertation, we demonstrate the usefulness of this model on estimation of cancer progression timeline and likelihood of cure and its ability to quantify the benefit of screening and treatment. Our approach can be used to provide useful insight for decision making in screening policy, facilitate the design of screening trials, and prioritize novel screening tests based on their potential benefits.
  • 2006 CRCnetBASE
    Frank Beichelt.
  • 2007 CRCnetBASE
    Ernst-Erich Doberkat.
  • 2016 Ovid
    editors, Aliya N. Husain, MD, Professor, Department of Pathology, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, J. Thomas Stocker, MD, Professor of Pathology, Pediatrics, and Emerging Infectious Disease, Department of Pathology, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, Maryland, Louis P. Dehner, MD, Professor, Division of Anatomic and Molecular Pathology, Department of Pathology and Immunology, Washington University in St. Louis, Attending Surgical Pathologist, Lauren V. Ackerman Laboratory of Surgical Pathology, Barnes-Jewish and St. Louis Children's Hospitals at the Washington University Medical Center, St. Louis, Missouri.
  • 2011 Ovid
    editors, J. Thomas Stocker, Louis P. Dehner, Aliya N. Husain.
    "Revised and updated for its Third Edition, Stocker and Dehner's Pediatric Pathology provides encyclopedic coverage of the diagnosis of pediatric disorders from the neonatal period through adolescence. It covers all major aspects of the pathologic anatomy of childhood disorders ranging from chromosomal syndromes and neoplasms to forensic pathology. Sections are organized by disease classification and by organ system. The book contains more than 1,300 gross and microscopic images, including 1,200 in full color. This edition includes a new chapter on transplantation pathology. Other highlights include significant updates in the areas of pediatric autopsy, imaging techniques, molecular techniques, embryonic and fetal wastage, congenital abnormalities, metabolic disorders, SIDS and forensic pathology, the placenta, and the nervous system"--Provided by publisher.
    Also available: Print – 2011
  • 2008
    edited by Karen Baxter.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    1 General considerations and an outline survey of some basic interaction mechanisms -- 2 ACE inhibitors and angiotensin II receptor antagonists -- 3 Alcohol -- 4 Alpha blockers -- 5 Anaesthetics and neuromuscular blockers -- 6 Analgesics and NSAIDs -- 7 Anorectics and stimulants -- 8 Anthelmintics, antifungals and antiprotozoals -- 9 Antiarrythmics -- 10 Antibacterials -- 11 Anticholinesterases -- 12 Anticoagulants -- 13 Antidiabetics -- 14 Antiepileptics -- 15 Antihistamines -- 16 Antimigraine drugs -- 17 Antineoplastics -- 18 Antiparkinsonian and related drugs -- 19 Antiplatelet drugs and thrombolytics -- 20 Antipsychotics, anxiolytics and hypnotics -- 21 Antivirals -- 22 Beta blockers -- 23 Calcium-channel blockers -- 24 Cardiovascular drugs, miscellaneous -- 25 Digitalis glycosides -- 26 Diuretics -- 27 Gastrointestinal drugs -- 28 Hormonal contraceptives and sex hormones -- 29 Immunosuppressants -- 30 Lipid regulating drugs -- 31 Lithium -- 32 MAOIs -- 33 Respiratory drugs -- 34 -- SSRIs, tricyclics and related antidepressants -- 35 Miscellaneous drugs.
  • 2010
    edited by Karen Baxter.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2006
    edited by Karen Baxter.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2008
    Hines, Roberta L.; Marschall, Katherine E.; Stoelting, Robert K.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Ischemic heart disease / Shamsuddin Akhtar -- Valvular heart disease / Adriana Herrera -- Congenital heart disease / Inna Maranets and Roberta L. Hines -- Abnormalities of cardiac conduction and cardiac rhythm / Kelly Teed Watson -- Systemic and pulmonary arterial hypertension / Matthew C. Wallace and Ala Sami Haddadin -- Heart failure and cardiomyopathies / Wanda M. Popescu -- Pericardial diseases and cardiac trauma / Raj K. Modak -- Vascular disease / Marbelia Gonzalez -- Respiratory diseases / Viji Kurup -- Diseases affecting the brain / Jeffrey J. Pasternak and William L. Lanier, Jr. -- Spinal cord disorder / Jeffrey J. Pasternak and William L. Lanier, Jr. -- Diseases of the autonomic and peripheral nervous systems / Jeffrey J. Pasternak and William L. Lanier, Jr. -- Diseases of the liver and biliary tract / Katherine E. Marschall -- Diseases of the gastrointestinal system/ Hossan Tantawy -- Nutritional diseases and inborn errors of metabolism / Hossan Tantawy -- Renal diseases / Susan Garwood -- Fluid, electrolytes, and acid-base disorders / Susan Garwood -- Endocrine disease / Russell T. Wall III -- Hematologic disorders / Christine S. Rinder -- Skin and musculoskeletal diseases / Jeffrey J. Schwartz -- Infectious diseases / Michael S. Avidan -- Cancer / Nalini Vadivelu -- Diseases related to immune system dysfunction / Christine S. Rinder -- Psychiatric disease/substance abuse/drug overdose / Roberta L. Hines, Katherine E. Marschall -- Pregnancy-associated diseases / Ferne R. Braveman -- Pediatric diseases / Charles Lee ... [et al.] -- Geriatric disorders / Zoltan G. Hevesi.
  • 2012 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Roberta L. Hines, Katherine E. Marschall.
    With this book you'll have the succinct, yet guidance you need to successfully avoid or manage complications stemming from pre-existing medical conditions. Advanced research from experts in the field will help you overcome the toughest challenges in practice, letting you offer your patients the best care, each and every time. Search through current and concise descriptions of pathophysiology of diseases and their impact on anesthesia! Gain expertise in understanding the impact of pathophysiology of coexisting diseases on anaesthesia!
  • 2015
    Pamela Flood, MD, MA, Professor of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California ; James P. Rathmell, MD, Executive Vice Chair and Chief, Division of Pain Medicine, Department of Anesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Henry Knowles Beecher Professor of Anaesthesia, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts ; Steven Shafer, MD, professor of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California.
    PART I: Basic principles of physiology and pharmacology -- Basic principles of physiology / Pamela Flood, Seven Shafer -- Basic principles of pharmacology / Pamela Flood, Seven Shafer -- PART II: Neurologic system -- Neurophysiology / Pamela Flood, Seven Shafer -- Inhaled anesthetics / Pamela Flood, Seven Shafer -- Intravenous sedatives and hypnotics / James P. Rathmell, Carl E. Rosow -- Pain physiology / Hui Yang, Bihua Bie, Mohamed A. Naguib -- Opioid agonists and antagonists / Kenneth Cumming III, Mohamed A. Naguib -- Centrally acting nonopioid analgesics / Hesham Elsharkawy, Mohamed A. Naguib -- Peripherally acting analgesics / Hesham Elsharkawy, Mohamed A. Naguib -- Local anesthetics / Kamal Maheshwari, Mohamed A. Naguib -- Neuromuscular physiology / Mohamed A. Naguib -- Neuromuscular blocking drugs and reversal agents / Mohamed A. Naguib -- Antiepileptic and other neurologically active drugs / Pamela Flood, Mark Burbridge -- PART III: Circulatory system -- Circulatory physiology / James Ramsay, Barrett Larson -- Cardiac physiology / Sumeet Goswami, Bessie Kachulis, Teresa A. Mulaikal, Jack S. Shanewise -- Renal physiology / Jonathan Hastie, Jack S. Shanewise -- Intravenous fluids and electrolytes / Jessica Spellman, Jack S. Shanewise -- Sympathomimetic drugs / Sansan S. Lo, Jack S. Shanewise -- Sympatholytics / Steven Miller -- Vasodilators / James Ramsay, Carter Peatross -- Antiarrhythmic drugs / James Ramsay, Nicholas Anast -- Diuretics / Maya Jalbout Hastie, Jack S. Shanewise -- Lipid-lowering drugs / Sarah C. Smith, Jack S. Shanewise -- PART IV: Pulmonary system -- Gas exchange / Peter Slinger -- Respiratory pharmacology / Peter Slinger -- Acid-base disorders / Peter Slinger -- PART V: Blood and hemostasis -- Physiology of blood and hemostasis / Jerrold H. Levy -- Blood products and blood components / Jerrold H. Levy -- Procoagulants / Jerrold H. Levy -- Anticoagulants / Jerrold H. Levy -- Physiology and management of massive transfusion / Jerrold H. Levy -- PART VI: Gastrointestinal system and metabolism -- Gastrointestinal physiology / Michael J. Murray -- Metabolism / Michael J. Murray -- Antiemetics / Michael J. Murray, David A. Grossblatt -- Gastrointestinal motility drugs / Michael J. Murray, Jillian A. Maloney -- Nutrition / Michael J. Murray -- PART VII: Endocrine system -- Normal endocrine function / Vivek K. Moitra -- Drugs that alter glucose regulation / Vivek K. Moitra -- Drugs for the treatment of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism / Vivek K. Moitra -- Other endocrine drugs / Vivek K. Moitra -- PART VIII: Miscellaneous -- Antimicrobials, antiseptics, disinfectants, and management of perioperative infection / Pamela Flood -- Chemotherapeutic drugs / James P. Rathmell, Mihir M. Kamdar -- Drugs used for psychopharmacologic therapy / Joseph Kwok, Pamela Flood -- PART IX: Special populations -- Physiology of the newborn / Pamela Flood -- Maternal and fetal physiology and pharmacology / Pamela Flood -- Physiology and pharmacology of the elderly / Pamela Flood -- Physiology and pharmacology of resuscitation / Michael J. Murray.
  • 2012 Springer
    edited by Azmeh Shahid, Kate Wilkinson, Shai Marcu, Colin M Shapiro.
  • 2005 HighWire
    International Commission on Radiation Units and Measurements.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2012 Springer
    Klaus Groschner, Wolfgang F. Graier, Christoph Romanin, editors.
    Store-operated Ca2+ entry (SOCE) serves to control essential functions throughout the human body and represents a novel and attractive target for therapeutic intervention. This book provides an extensive overview of the role of SOCE pathways in Molecular Physiology and Cell Biology, as well as their clinical significance. (Patho)physiological principles and emerging therapeutic strategies are delineated in a way that is valuable both for the education of graduate students in advanced Cell Biology/Molecular Physiology and for the promotion of innovative research and developments in the clinical/therapeutic fields. A comprehensive, clear and elaborate representation of current concepts is provided, including a pathophysiological section arranged in a tissue/organ/system-oriented manner. The book is intended for basic researchers specializing in cell signaling, ion transport, or pharmacology, as well as biomedical scientists and clinicians with a focus on immunology, neurology or cardiology.
  • 2015
    James J. O'Connell, M.D.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    "Dr. O'Connell's collection of stories and essays, written during thirty years of caring for homeless persons in Boston, gently illuminates the humanity and raw courage of those who struggle to survive and find meaning and hope while living on the streets."
  • v. 45-, 2007- ScienceDirect
    Fulltext v. 46 (2008) ScienceDirect
    volume editor, Giorgio Semenza.
  • v. 8-10, 1925-28.
    von Dr. Wilhelm Stekel.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    1. Nervöse Angstzustände und ihre Behandlung -- 2. Onanie und Homosexualität. 2., verb. und verm. Aufl. -- 3. Die Geschlechtskälte der Frau -- 4. Die Impotenz des Mannes -- 5. Psychosexualler Infantilismus -- 6. Impulshandlungen -- 7. Der Fetischismus -- 8. Sadismus und Masochismus.
    Also available: Print – v.2, 1921
  • 2009
    Tom Debley ; in collaboration with Jon Stewart.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Foreward: The Lasting Legacy of Sidney R. Garfield, M.D. / by Jay Crosson -- Preface -- Prologue: The Desert Doctor -- 1. Out of the Immigrant Forge -- 2. The Great Depression and "Social Medicine" -- 3. Revolution in the Economics of Medicine -- 4. A Fateful House Call -- 5. The Final Dress Rehearsal -- 6. FDR to Garfield: "You're Not in the Army Now!" -- 7. Postwar Challenges: Rebuilding Against a Tide of Opposition -- 8. Attack from the Rear Guard -- 9. Prosperity in the Postwar Boom -- 10. Toward Tahoe: Crises and Crossroads -- 11. After Tahoe: Pursuing New Frontiers -- 12. The Best is Yet to Come -- Appendix 1. Remarks to the AMA on Promoting Prepaid Group Practice -- Appendix 2. A Report on Permanente's First 10 Years -- Appendix 3. From An Address to the Permanente Monterey Management Conference -- Appendix 4. From An Address to the Board of Directors of The Permanente Medical Group -- Appendix 5. The Delivery of Medical Care / by Sidney R. Garfield -- Bibliography -- Selected Works: Authored or Coauthored by Sidney R. Garfield, M.D. (p. 135-137) -- Index -- A Timeline of the Life of Sidney R. Garfield, M.D.
  • Daniel E. Lieberman.
    A Harvard evolutionary biologist presents an engaging discussion of how the human body has evolved over millions of years, examining how an increasing disparity between the needs of Stone Age bodies and the realities of the modern world are fueling a paradox of greater longevity and chronic disease.
  • 2007 Springer
    David K. Coats, Scott E. Olitsky.
  • 2011 Springer Protocols
    edited by James A. Williams.
    Bacterial genome reengineering / Jindan Zhou and Kenneth E. Rudd -- Targeted chromosomal gene knockout using PCR fragments / Kenan C. Murphy -- Scarless chromosomal gene knockout methods / Bong Hyun Sung, Jun Hyoung Lee, and Sun Chang Kim -- Random chromosomal gene disruption in vivo using transposomes / Les M. Hoffman -- Genome engineering using targeted oligonucleotide libraries and functional selection / Elie J. Diner, Fernando Garza-Sanchez, and Christopher S. Hayes -- Microarray-based genetic footprinting strategy to identify strain improvement genes after competitive selection of transposon libraries / Alison K. Hottes and Saeed Tavazoie -- Optimization of synthetic operons using libraries of post-transcriptional regulatory elements / Daniel E. Agnew and Brian F. Pfleger -- Marker-free chromosomal expression of foreign and native genes in Escherichia coli / Chung-Jen Chiang [and others] -- Array-based synthetic genetic screens to map bacterial pathways and functional networks in Escherichia coli / Mohan Babu [and others] -- Assembling new Escherichia coli strains by transduction using phage P1 / Sean D. Moore -- Yeast bioinformatics and strain engineering resources / Audrey L. Atkin -- Delete and repeat : a comprehensive toolkit for sequential gene knockout in the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae / Johannes H. Hegemann and Sven Boris Heick -- Genome-wide transposon mutagenesis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Candida albicans / Tao Xu, Nike Bharucha, and Anuj Kumar -- Signature-tagged mutagenesis to characterize genes through competitive selection of bar-coded genome libraries / Julia Oh and Corey Nislow -- Global strain engineering by mutant transcription factors / Amanda M. Lanza and Hal S. Alper -- Genomic promoter replacement cassettes to alter gene expression in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae / Andreas Kaufmann and Michael Knop -- Microbial genome analysis and comparisons : web-based protocols and resources / Medha Bhagwat and Arvind A. Bhagwat -- Plasmid artificial modification : a novel method for efficient DNA transfer into bacteria / Tohru Suzuki and Kazumasa Yasui -- Broad-host-range plasmid vectors for gene expression in bacteria / Rahmi Lale, Trygve Brautaset, and Svein Valla -- Simple method for Introducing marker-free deletions in the Bacillus subtilis genome / Takuya Morimoto [and others] -- Transposon-mediated random mutagenesis of Bacillus subtilis / Adam C. Wilson and Hendrik Szurmant -- Integrative food grade expression system for lactic acid bacteria / Grace L. Douglas, Yong Jun Goh, and Todd R. Klaenhammer -- Clostron-mediated engineering of Clostridium / Sarah A. Kuehne [and others] -- High-throughput transposon mutagenesis of Corynebacterium glutamicum / Nobuaki Suzuki, Masayuki Inui, and Hideaki Yukawa -- Mini-mu transposon mutagenesis of ethanologenic Zymomonas mobilis / Katherine M. Pappas -- Engineering thermoacidophilic archaea using linear DNA recombination / Yukari Maezato, Karl Dana, and Paul Blum -- Targeted gene disruption in koji mold Aspergillus oryzae / Jun-ichi Maruyama and Katsuhiko Kitamoto -- Selectable and inheritable gene silencing through RNA interference in the unicellular alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii / Karin van Dijk and Nandita Sarkar.
  • 2016 Ovid
    editors, R. Eugene Zierler, MD, Professor of Surgery, University of Washington School of Medicine, Medical Director, D.E. Strandness Jr Vascular Laboratory, University of Washington Medical Center and Harborview Medical Center, Seattle, Washington, David L. Dawson, MD, Professor, Department of Surgery, University of California, Davis, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, California.
  • 2010 Ovid
    editor, R. Eugene Zierler.
    Background -- Principles and instrumentation -- Cerebrovascular -- Peripheral arterial -- Peripheral venous -- Visceral vascular -- Specialized applications.
  • 2015 AccessEmergency Medicine
    senior editors, Robert Schafermeyer, Milton Tenenbein ; editors, Charles G. Macias, Ghazala Q. Sharieff, Loren G. Yamamoto.
  • This scheme is intended to provide a general guide for interpretation of abnormal thyroid function test -- tests that are "abnormal " in the sense that they do not fit with typical hyper or hypo-thyroidism. Possible explanations are offered for consideration and investigation.
  • 2006
    editors, Stephen G. Ellis, David R. Holmes, Jr.
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  • 2009 Atypon
    Binseng Wang.
    Technology is essential to the delivery of health care but it is still only a tool that needs to be deployed wisely to ensure beneficial outcomes at reasonable costs. Among various categories of health technology, medical equipment has the unique distinction of requiring both high initial investments and costly maintenance during its entire useful life. This characteristic does not, however, imply that medical equipment is more costly than other categories, provided that it is managed properly. The foundation of a sound technology management process is the planning and acquisition of equipment, collectively called technology incorporation. This lecture presents a rational, strategic process for technology incorporation based on experience, some successful and many unsuccessful, accumulated in industrialized and developing countries over the last three decades. The planning step is focused on establishing a Technology Incorporation Plan (TIP) using data collected from an audit of existing technology, evaluating needs, impacts, costs, and benefits, and consolidating the information collected for decision making. The acquisition step implements TIP by selecting equipment based on technical, regulatory, financial, and supplier considerations, and procuring it using one of the multiple forms of purchasing or agreements with suppliers. This incorporation process is generic enough to be used, with suitable adaptations, for a wide variety of health organizations with different sizes and acuity levels, ranging from health clinics to community hospitals to major teaching hospitals and even to entire health systems. Such a broadly applicable process is possible because it is based on a conceptual framework composed of in-depth analysis of the basic principles that govern each stage of technology lifecycle. Using this incorporation process, successful TIPs have been created and implemented, thereby contributing to the improvement of healthcare services and limiting the associated expenses.
  • Hernandez, Robert S.; O'Connor, Stephen J.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2013 Springer
    Markus Belkin, Brian Corbitt, Nilmini Wickramasinghe.
  • 2006
    Diana Sullivan Everstine and Louis Everstine ; foreword by Paul Watzlawick.
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  • 2013 ebrary
    Peter M. Ginter, W. Jack Duncan, Linda E. Swayne.
    A structured strategic management approach is what's needed to tackle the revolutionary change the health care system has been experiencing. Today, health care organizations have almost universally embraced the strategic perspective first developed in the business sector and now have developed strategic management processes that are uniquely their own. Health care leaders have found that strategic thinking, planning, and managing strategic momentum are essential for coping with the dynamics of the health care industry. Strategic Management has become the single clearest manifestation of eff
  • 2015 Springer
    Pieter H. Joubert, Silvia M. Rogers.
    A document may be based on accurate medical and scientific information, follow guidelines precisely, and be well written in clear and correct language, but may still fail to achieve its objectives. The strategic approach described in this book will help you to turn good medical and scientific writing into successful writing. It describes clearly and concisely how to identify the target audience and the desired outcome, and how to construct key messages for a wide spectrum of documents. Irrespective of your level of expertise and your seniority in the pharmaceutical, regulatory, or academic environment, this book is an essential addition to your supporting library. The authors share with you many years of combined experience in the pharmaceutical and academic environment and in the writing of successful outcome-driven documents.
  • 2014 Springer
    Charles C. Okigbo, editor.
    Strategic Urban Health Communication Charles C. Okigbo, editor People are bombarded with messages continuously and sorting through them constantly. In this milieu, critical ideas about health promotion and illness prevention are forced to compete with distracting, conflicting, even contradictory information. To get vital messages through, communication must be effective, targeted, artful-in a word, strategic. Strategic Urban Health Communication provides a road map for understanding strategy, enhancing strategic planning skills, and implementing strategic communication campaigns. Deftly written chapters link the art and science of strategic planning to world health goals such as reducing health inequities and eradicating diseases. Flexibility is at the heart of these cases, which span developed and developing countries, uses of traditional and digital media, and chronic and acute health challenges. And the contributors ground their dispatches in the larger context of health promotion, giving readers useful examples of thinking globally while working locally. Included in the coverage: Urbanization, population, and health myths: addressing common misconceptions. Integrating HIV/family planning programs: opportunities for strategic communication. The role of sports in strategic health promotion in low-income areas. The Internet as a sex education tool: a case study from Thailand. Advertising and childhood obesity in China. Health communication strategies for sustainable development in a globalized world. Balancing depth of understanding of audiences and methods of reaching them, Strategic Urban Health Communication is a forward-looking resource geared toward professionals and researchers in urban health, global health, and health communication.
  • 2010
    John Vincent Mulcahy.
    Voltage-gated sodium ion channels are integral membrane proteins most commonly associated with the propagation of action potentials along electrically conducting cells. Nine distinct mammalian isoforms exist, which vary in their primary sequence, gating properties and tissue distribution. Efforts to deconvolute the physiological roles of each isoform through genetic methods, including knockout and gene silencing, are complicated by issues of redundancy and compensatory upregulation of related isoforms. Here we present new strategies and methods for the synthesis of a class of small molecule sodium channel inhibitors, the paralytic shellfish poisons. Methods for the construction of cyclic 5-membered guanidines from acyclic precursors through intramolecular C--H amination and a total synthesis of the paralytic shellfish poison (+)-gonyautoxin 3 are described. It is our vision that these developments will ultimately lead to new small molecule probes designed to help answer fundamental questions regarding sodium ion channel structure and diversity.
  • 2012
    Holbrook E.K. Kohrt.
    Purpose: The immune modulatory effects of total lymphoid irradiation (TLI) for graft-versus-host disease (GVHD) protection and transplantation tolerance following allogeneic bone marrow and organ transplantation have been studied for years in animal models. In preclinical models non-myeloablative TLI conditioning alters residual host T cell subsets to favor regulatory natural killer (NK) T cells that suppress GVHD and prevent organ allograft rejection. These preclinical models have been recently adapted to human transplantation. Recent findings: Patients receiving allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplantation (HCT) for hematological malignancies conditioned with TLI and depletive T cell antibodies showed sustained donor chimerism, a reduced incidence of acute GVHD yet retained graft anti-tumor activity. As in the pre-clinical models, nonmyeloablative TLI conditioning significantly altered residual host T cell subsets favoring NK T cells, and the low incidence of GVHD was associated with increased IL-4 secretion by chimeric donor T cells. The TLI regimen used in cancer patients was modified to determine conditions for stable mixed chimerism and tolerance induction following combined hematopoietic cell and kidney transplantation. Summary: This review summarizes the evolution of the pre-clinical TLI protocols and their recent translation to clinical trials, and discusses the mechanisms involved in protection from GVHD and the induction of tolerance following mixed chimerism.
  • 2015 Knovel
    edited by Marcos Luciano Bruschi.
  • 2013 Future Med
    Thomas Bieber.
    Stratified medicine : a new challenge for academia, industry, regulators and patients -- Stratified medicine : a new era in the therapeutic approach -- Challenges for academic medicine and clinicians -- Challenges for diagnostics industry -- Challenges for the pharmaceutical industry -- Separate or codevelopment of biomarker and drug : the scenarios -- Challenges for the regulatory agencies in establishing an environment favorable for stratified medicine -- Challenges for the patients facing stratified medicine & personal genomics -- Conclusions & outlook to the future health system -- Stratified medicine : a challenging social experiment.
  • 2015 AccessEmergency Medicine
    chief editors, Robert W. Strauss, Thom A. Mayer ; associate editors, Kirk Jensen, Barbara Weintraub ; assistant editors, Jay Kaplan, Richard Salluzzo ; section editors, Ronald A. Hellerstern [and 17 others].
  • 2010 WHO
    Mock, Charles.
    "Injury accounts for a significant proportion of the world's burden of disease. Each year 5.8 million people die from injury and millions more are disabled. The response to this global health problem needs to include a range of activities, from better surveillance to more in-depth research, and primary prevention. Also needed are efforts to strengthen care of the injured. The World Health Organization (WHO) has responded to this need with a variety of actions. ... WHO collected this set of case studies, documenting success stories and lessons learned from several countries. Through this publication, WHO seeks to increase communication ... among those working in the field of trauma care in different countries worldwide."--p. iii.
    Also available: Print – 2010
  • 2008
    Diane McIntyre, Steven Wayling.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2008 Karger
    volume editors, Dirk H. Hellhammer, Juliane Hellhammer
    Neurobehavioral medicine and stress-related disorders / Dirk H. Hellhammer, Juliane Hellhammer -- Neuropattern : a step towards neurobehavioral medicine / Dirk H. Hellhammer, Juliane Hellhammer -- Principles of the crosstalk between brain and body : glandotropy, ergotropy, and trophotropy / Dirk H. Hellhammer -- Hypercortisolemic disorders / Petra Pütz -- Hypocortisolemic disorders / Eva Fries -- Noradrenergic and sympathetic disorders / Pascal O. Klingmann, Dirk H. Hellhammer -- Serotonergic and parasympathetic disorders / Dirk H. Hellhammer, Pascal O. Klingmann.
  • 2012 Springer
    Paul Hjemdahl, Annika Rosengren, Andrew Steptoe, editors.
    Introduction to Cardiovascular Disease, Stress and Adaptation -- Social Stress and Cardiovascular Disease in Primates -- Cardiovascular and Autonomic Responses to Stress -- Sympathetic Neural and Adrenal Medullary Mechanisms in Depression and Panic Disorder -- Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis and Cardiovascular Disease -- Haemostatic Effects of Stress -- Stress, Inflammation, and Coronary Heart Disease -- Brain Imaging of Stress and Cardiovascular Responses -- Psychological Triggers for Plaque Rupture -- Stress Cardiomyopathy -- Psychosocial Factors at Work: The Epidemiological Perspective -- Depression and Cardiovascular Disease Progression: Epidemiology, Mechanisms and Treatment -- Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: Emerging Risk Factor and Mechanisms -- Sleep, Stress, and Heart Disease -- The Causal Role of Chronic Mental Stress in the Pathogenesis of Essential Hypertension -- Metabolic Syndrome and Diabetes -- Stress Management and Behavior: From Cardiac Patient to Worksite Intervention -- Exercise to Reduce Distress and Improve Cardiac Function: Moving on and Finding the Pace -- The Psychological Treatment of Cardiac Patients -- Integrating the Management of Psychosocial and Behavior Risk Factors into Clinical Medical Practice -- Concluding Remarks.
  • 2014 Springer
    Francis Hartmann, Gérard Cucchi ; with contribution by Jacques Orofino.
    Are oral disorders only an issue for dentists? The answer is no. If your patients complain of pain and/or discomfort, if some are diagnosed as suffering from migraines, fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue, and if classical therapies have remained ineffective, this book could help in your daily practice. When it comes to the complex pathology called Temporo-Mandibular Disorders (TMD) most specialists favour a multidisciplinary approach and treatment of socio-psycho-emotional factors as well as dental, lingual or postural disorders. Yet little is known - from a clinical point of view - about a tricky oral spastic habit called severe teeth clenching. In view of the lack of clinical findings from classical investigations on the subject, it could be considered as the hidden part of an oral parafunctional iceberg. Neuroscience has been able to shed some light on the multiple connections between trigeminal and non-trigeminal nervous centres, which confirms the significant involvement of the stomatognathic system and trigeminal nerves (V) in both oral as well as non-oral major functions such as eating, breathing, speaking, hearing, and standing and also confirms the extensive participation of the paired Vs in the human adaptation process. Too many physicians are still reluctant to admit the pathological responsibilities of the Vs. Therefore their role remains largely underestimated by clinicians. Stress conditions in introverted people cause a parafunctional habit (i.e. severe clenching), which in turn produces trigeminal overstimulation and nociception. Through a process of sensitization this can perturb some non-trigeminal nervous areas, such as the vestibular nuclei and cerebellum (involved in equilibrium). Would you then be willing to accept the possibility that a stressed and introverted patient who clenches hard, durably or frequently may end up suffering from dizziness? If not, this book is not for you. But if you accept the scientific data and clinical facts this book will offer a concrete therapeutic protocol: the Relaxing and Moderating Treatment (RMT), which can greatly help you to familiarize yourself with and neutralize this little known deleterious spastic oral parafunction and its many disconcerting pain-causing and dysfunctional clinical effects. Prepare to be amazed by the results, just as we were!
  • v. 1-2, 1983.
    edited by Hamilton I. McCubbin & Charles R. Figley.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    v. 1. Coping with normative transitions -- v. 2. Coping with catastrophe.
  • 2012 Springer
    Alexander Choukèr, editor.
    This book adopts an interdisciplinary approach in seeking to identify the impact of living conditions in space on the adaptation of the immune system.
  • 2013
    Jordan Michael Nechvatal.
    Exposure to stress is a risk factor for the development of subsequent mental illness. Far less researched, but of equal importance, are indications that coping with stressors that are challenging but not overwhelming may lead to the development of resilience. Coping appears to counteract the deleterious effects of stress and is thought to induce long-lasting adaptations in corticolimbic brain systems. My research tests this hypothesis in a series of inter-related studies. First, I considered how learning as an aspect of coping in the context of stress exposure psychotherapy changes the human brain. I conducted a systematic review of the literature and identified 15 brain imaging studies in which human patients with specific phobias or posttraumatic stress disorder were randomized to stress exposure psychotherapies that effectively diminished subsequent indications of anxiety. Exposure psychotherapies also consistently changed amygdala activity in four of the studies. Less consistent prefrontal changes were reported in seven different studies. In contrast to these studies of functional changes in brain activity, only one study was designed to look for structural changes in the brain. Whether stress coping alone is sufficient to induce prefrontal and amygdala adaptations is also not known as coping in the context of stress exposure psychotherapy in several of the studies included additional professional training to enhance cognitive restructuring, relaxation, guided mastery, and diverse forms of psychoeducation. Practical limitations and ethical concerns restrict opportunities for randomized controlled trials of stress coping effects on the human brain. Therefore, I studied a monkey model to determine whether stress coping experiences that occur early in life without additional interventions induce long-lasting adaptations in amygdala and prefrontal brain regions. Using in vivo structural neuroimaging and a randomized longitudinal approach, I found that prefrontal gray matter volumes decrease more at older ages than total brain volumes with less of a decrease observed in monkeys exposed to early life stress coping compared to no stress coping controls. These findings suggest that stress coping produces a brain-reserve that lessens the impact of subsequent normal age-related prefrontal gray matter decline. Stress coping had no effect on amygdala volumes across life-span development, but whole brain exploratory voxel-based morphometry revealed larger ventral striatum gray matter volumes in stress coping compared to no stress coping control monkeys at both 3 and 9 years of age. In a previously published study, stress coping effects were also observed in prefrontal white matter at 3 years of age, but prefrontal white matter volume treatment effects were not discerned in my study at any age. A possible explanation for this discrepancy is the use of diffusion tensor brain imaging in the previously published study to provide a more sensitive measure of white matter myelination. To determine whether stress coping-induced white matter differences previously observed at 3 years of age extend into adulthood, I used diffusion tensor imaging combined with tract-based spatial statistics in the same cohort of monkeys at 9 years of age. Tract-based spatial statistics localized significantly increased fractional anisotropy in bilateral uncinate fasciculus and right external capsule of stress coping compared to no stress coping control animals. Stress coping had no effect on fractional anisotropy in prefrontal white matter regions previously identified at 3 years of age. These data suggest that stress coping induces temporal dynamic prefrontal white matter microstructural changes together with long-lasting increased white matter tract integrity between frontal and limbic regions. Collectively, these studies deepen our understanding of stress neurobiology. According to the World Health Organization, stress will be the second leading cause of all medical disabilities by the year 2020. The American Institute of Stress has determined that 75-90% of medical visits are stress-related and may cost the nation more than 42 billion dollars each year. My research provides neurobiological insights for the development of diagnostic tools and therapeutics that mimic or enhance stress coping and recovery from stress-related mental illness.
  • 2015 Springer
    Eugenio Picano.
    The sixth edition is enriched by over 300 figures, 150 tables and a video-companion collecting more than 100 cases also presented in the format of short movies and teaching cartoons.This extensively revised and enlarged edition of this long-seller (first edition 1991) documents the very significant advances made since the fifth (2009) edition and is entirely written by Eugenio Picano, a pioneer in the field sharing his lifetime experience with the help of an international panel of 50 contributors from 22 countries representing some of the best available knowledge and expertise in their respective field. For a long time, the scope and application of stress echo remained focused on coronary artery disease. In the last years, it has exploded in its breadth and variety of applications. From a black-and-white, one-fits-all approach (wall motion by 2D-echo in the patient with known or suspected coronary artery disease) now we have moved on to a omnivorous, next-generation laboratory employing a variety of technologies (from M-Mode to 2D and pulsed, continuous, color and tissue Doppler, to lung ultrasound and real time 3D echo, 2D speckle tracking and myocardial contrast echo) on patients covering the entire spectrum of severity (from elite athletes to patients with end-stage heart failure) and ages (from children with congenital heart disease to the elderly with low-flow, low-gradient aortic stenosis).
  • 2009 Springer
    Eugenio Picano.
  • 2015 Springer
    Timothy L. Miller, Christopher C. Kaeding, editors.
    Part I: Presentation and Diagnosis of Stress Fractures -- Pathophysiology and Epidemiology of Stress Fractures -- General Treatment Concepts for Stress Fractures -- Biomechanics and Gait Analysis for Stress Fractures -- Classification of Stress Fractures -- Imaging of Stress Fractures -- Part II: Management of Stress Fractures -- Stress Fractures of the Lumbar Spine -- Stress Fractures of the Pelvis -- Stress Fractures of the Femur -- Stress Fractures of the Patella -- Stress Fractures of the Tibia -- Stress Fractures of the Fifth Metatarsal -- Stress Fractures of the Ankle -- Stress Fractures of the Calcaneus, Sesamoids and Metatarsals -- Stress Fractures of the Ribs and Shoulder Girdle -- Upper Extremity Stress Fractures -- Insufficiency Fractures.
  • 2007 ScienceDirect
    edited by E. Ronald De Kloet, Melly S. Oitzl and Eric Vermetten.
  • 2014 American Psychological Association
    While the United States spends more than any other country on health care and leads the world in the quality and quantity of its health research, these trends do not add up to better health outcomes. he U.S. experiences poorer health outcomes than many other high-income countries, even while spending more money per person on health care. Compared to peers in these countries, Americans have less access to primary care, consume the most calories per person and are more likely to live in environments designed around automobiles. Research suggests that these factors contribute to the nation's poor health outcomes and survey findings show that stress influences our health behaviors, setting up teens and adults alike for potential chronic illnesses that affect quality of life and the country's health care expenditure.
  • 2013
    While Americans think it is important that health care focuses on issues related to stress and living healthier lifestyles, their experiences do not seem to match up with what they value. For example, though 32 percent of Americans say it is very/extremely important to talk with their health care providers about stress management, only 17 percent report that these conversations are happening often or always.
  • 2016
    A wealth of psychological research shows that discrimination can exacerbate stress. Moreover, discrimination-related stress is linked to mental health issues, such as anxiety and depression, even in children.1,2 In this year's examination of the state of Stress in America?, the American Psychological Association (APA) highlights the connection between discrimination and stress, along with the resulting impacts on relationships, employment and overall health.
  • 2012 Springer
    Ellen A. Dornelas, editor.
    pt. 1. Psychological challenges of heart disease -- pt. 2. Psychological interventions for cardiac patients.
  • 2016 Springer
    Jean-Charles Preiser, editor.
    This book demonstrates how the latest insights into the physiopathology of the stress response can be integrated into clinical practice. The topic is particularly relevant since the metabolic changes triggered by acute stress, including adaptive responses such as resistance to anabolic signals, have recently been more precisely delineated. The underlying mechanisms of these changes are also now better understood. The authors analyse how these advances could result in better management and more effective prevention of the long-term clinical consequences of the alterations occurring during the acute phase. An international panel of respected experts discusses these topics and describes the management of some common clinical conditions.
  • 2015 Springer Protocols
    edited by Christine M. Oslowski.
    Methods for studying ER stress and UPR markers in human cells / Donna Kennedy, Afshin Samali, and Richard Jäger -- Assays for induction of the unfolded protein response and selective activation of the three major pathways / Ananya Gupta, Danielle E. Read, and Sanjeev Gupta -- Assays to characterize molecular chaperone function in vitro / Martin Haslbeckand Johannes Buchner -- Analysis of the heat shock factor complex in mammalian HSP70 promoter / Mitsuaki Fujimoto ... [et al.] -- Immunofluorescence-based methods to monitor DNA end resection / Bipasha Mukherjee, Nozomi Tomimatsu, and Sandeep Burma -- Visualizing the spatiotemporal dynamics of DNA damage in budding yeast / Chihiro Horigome ... [et al.] -- Detecting reactive oxygen species by immunohistochemistry / Geou-Yarh Liou and Peter Storz -- Investigating inflammasome activation under conditions of cellular stress and injury / Clare C. Cunningham ... [et al.] -- Methods for studying microRNA functions during stress / Yoshinari Ando and Anthony K. L. Leung -- Measuring autophagy in stressed cells / Marina N. Sharifi ... [et al.] -- Detection of apoptosis using fluorescent probes / Grishma Khanal ... [et al.] -- Measuring death of pancreatic beta cells in response to stress and cytotoxic T cells / Jibran A. Wali ... [et al.] -- Adaptation of the secretory pathway in cancer through IRE1 signaling / Stéphanie Lhomond ... [et al.] -- Studying nitrosative stress in Parkinson's disease / Kenny K. K. Chung -- Cross talk between ER stress, oxidative stress, and inflammation in health and disease / Aditya Dandekar, Roberto Mendez, and Kezhong Zhang -- Stress responses during ageing : molecular pathways regulating protein homeostasis / Emmanouil Kyriakakis, Andrea Princz, and Nektarios Tavernarakis -- Targeting stress responses for regenerative medicine / Irina Milisav, Samo Ribarič, and Dušan Šuput.
  • 2014
    edited by David Cantor and Edmund Ramsden.
    Evaluating the role of Hans Selye in the modern history of stress / Mark Jackson -- Stress and the American vernacular : popular perceptions of disease causality / Elizabeth Siegel Watkins -- Resilience for all by the year 20? / Allan Young -- From primitive fear to civilized stress : sudden unexpected death / Otniel E. Dror -- Stress in US wartime psychiatry : World War II and the immediate aftermath / Theodore M. Brown -- The machinery and the morale : physiological and psychological approaches to military stress research in the early Cold War era / Tulley Long -- Making sense of workplace fear : the role of physicians, psychiatrists, and labor in reframing occupational strain in industrial Britain, ca. 1850-1970 / Joseph Melling -- Work, stress, and depression : the emerging psychiatric science of work in contemporary Japan / Junko Kitanaka -- The invention of the 'stressed animal' and the development of a science of animal welfare, 1947-86 / Robert G. W. Kirk -- Memorial's stress : Arthur M. Sutherland and the management of the cancer patient in the 1950s / David Cantor -- Stress in the city : mental health, urban planning, and the social sciences in the postwar United States / Edmund Ramsden -- Sadness in Camberwell : imagining stress and constructing history in postwar Britain / Rhodri Hayward.
  • 2008 Springer
    Francesc Posas, Angel R. Nebreda, eds.
  • 2013 Springer
    David Mittelman, editor.
    1. Stress-induced mutagenesis in bacteria / Ivan Matic -- 2. Mutagenesis associated with repair of DNA double-strand breaks under stress / Chandan Shee, P.J. Hastings, and Suman M. Rosenberg -- 3. Transcription-mediated mutagenic processes / Eduardo Robleto, Holly A. Martin, Carmen Vallin, Mario Pedraza-Reyes and Ronald Yasbin -- 4. Transposon mutagenesis in disease, drug discovery, and bacterial evolution / Zhongge Zhang, Jing Wang, Maksim A. Shlykov, and Milton H. Saier, Jr. -- 5. Hsp90 as a capacitor of both genetic and epigenetic changes in the genome during cancer progression and evolution / Xiangyi Lu, Luan Wang, Vincent E. Sollars, Mark D. Garfinkel, and Douglas M. Ruden -- 6. Inheritance of stress-induced epigenetic changes mediated by the ATF-2 family of transcription factors / Ki-Hyeon Seong, Toshio Maekawa and Shunsuke Ishii -- 7. Microsatellite repeats: canaries in the coalmine / Nimrat Chatterjee, Beatriz A. Santillan and John H. Wilson -- 8. Genetic instability induced by hypoxic stress / Susan E. Scanlon and Peter M. Glazer -- 9. Radiation-induced delayed genome instability and hypermutation in mammalian cells / Christopher P. Allen, Akira Fujimori, Ryuichi Okayasu and Jac A. Nickoloff -- 10. Radiation-induced bystander effects and stress-induced mutagenesis / Carmel Mothersill and Colin Seymour -- 11. Stress induced mutagenesis, genetic diversification, and cell survival via anastais, the reversal of late stage apoptosis / Ho Lam Tang, Ho Man Tang and Denise J. Mitchell -- 12. The transgenerational effects of parental exposure to mutagens in mammals / Yuri E. Dubrova -- 13. Revisiting mutagenesis in the age of High-throughput sequencing / Subhajyoti De and R. Matthew Ward.
  • 2011 ScienceDirect
    [edited by] J.P. Mohr, Philip A. Wolf, James C. Grotta, Michael A. Moskowitz, Marc R. Mayberg, Rüdiger von Kummer.
  • 2008
    C. Warlow ... [et al.].
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Development of knowledge about cerebrovascular disease -- Is it a vascular event and where is the lesion? -- Which arterial territory is involved? -- What pathological type of stroke is it, cerebral ischaemeic of haemorrhage? -- What caused this transient or persisting ischaemic event? -- Unusual causes of ischaemic stroke and transient ischaemic attack -- What caused this intracerebral haemorrhage? -- What caused this subarachnoid haemorrhage? -- A practical approach to the management of stroke and transien ischaemic attack patients -- What are this person's problems? a problem-based approach to the general management of stroke -- Specific treatments for acute ischaemic stroke -- Specific treatment of intracerebral haemorrhage -- Specific treatment of aneurismal subarachonoid haemorrhage -- Specific interventions to prevent intracranial haemorrhage -- Preventing recurrent stroke and other serious vascular events -- The organization of stroke services -- Reducing the impact of stroke and improving the public health.
  • 2013 Cambridge
    edited by Michel T. Torbey, Magdy H. Selim.
    Section I. Assessment of Stroke Patients -- 1. Emergency medical services (EMS): first line of defense against stroke -- 2. Initial assessment of patients with stroke-like symptoms -- 3. Clinical stroke syndromes and localization -- Section II. The Hunt for a Stroke Etiology -- 4. The Hunt for a stroke etiology: ischemic stroke -- 5. The Hunt for a stroke etiology: hemorrhagic stroke -- 6. Uncommon causes of stroke and stroke mimics -- Section III. Acute Stroke Imaging -- 7. Computed tomography in acute stroke -- 8. Magnetic resonance imaging in acute stroke -- 9. Neurosonology in acute ischemic stroke -- Section IV. Management of Stroke Patients -- 10. Ischemic stroke in the first 24 hours -- 11. Management of the acute ischemic stroke patient beyond 24 hours -- 12. Intracerebral hemorrhage -- 13. Subarachnoid hemorrhage and its medical management -- 14. Dural and cerebral venous thrombosis -- Section V. Stroke in Consultation -- 15. Perioperative stroke -- 16. Stroke on OB/Gyn wards -- 17. Stroke on pediatric wards -- Section VI. Prevention of First and Recurrent Stroke -- 18. Antithrombotic therapies -- 19. Surgical and endovascular therapies -- 20. Stroke risk factors: impact and management -- 21. Synopsis of landmark studies in ischemic stroke.
  • 2014 CRCnetBASE
    Marilyn M. Rymer, Debbie Summers, and Pooja Khatri ; with contributions by Achala Vagal, Opeolu M. Adeoye, Stephen J. Page.
    Chapter 1. Setting the goal for the stroke center -- chapter 2. Stroke center organization -- chapter 3. Regional stroke networks -- chapter 4. Imaging for diagnosis and selection of therapy -- chapter 5. Transient ischemic attack : TIA -- chapter 6. Acute stroke interventions -- chapter 7. Neurocritical care management of acute stroke -- chapter 8. Issues in acute management -- chapter 9. Prevention of complications -- chapter 10. Secondary prevention of stroke -- chapter 11. Stroke rehabilitation.
  • 2009 Springer
    David Alway, John Walden Cole, editors.
  • 2013 Springer
    Pankaj Sharma, James F. Meschia, editors.
    Over the last decade there has been a substantial increase in our understanding of the genetic basis of common disorders such as stroke. Stroke Genetics is designed to give the reader an overall understanding of the genetics of complex diseases by using stroke as a paradigm. The reader will gain a comprehensive understanding of cerebrovascular genetics including the epidemiological evidence for the genetic basis of ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke, knowledge of its molecular basis from association, linkage and recent genome-wide studies, and also monogenic disorders. Finally, the legal and ethical complexities in dealing with these issues are discussed. Â Stroke Genetics benefits from the contribution of renowned experts from throughout the world who have been intimately involved in unraveling the genetic etiology of stroke. Stroke Genetics is a valuable resource for neurologists, stroke physicians, hypertension specialists, internists, clinical pharmacologists and those in training, as well as researchers in the field of disease genetics.
  • 2005 Springer Protocols
    edited by Simon J. Read, David Virley.
    Introduction to stroke genomics / Simon J. Read and Frank C. Barone -- Choice, methodology, and characterization of focal ischemic stroke models: the search for clinical relevance / David Virley -- Mutant animal models of stroke and gene expression: the stroke-prone spontaneously hypertensive rat / Hilary V. O. Carswell ... [et al.] -- Gene therapy in neurological disease / Midori A. Yenari and Robert M. Sapolsky -- Stem cell transplantation after middle cerebral artery occlusion / Paul Stroemer and Helen Hodges -- Endogenous brain protection: models, gene expression, and mechanisms / Frank C. Barone -- Production of transgenic and mutant mouse models / Alex Harper -- 3-nitropropionic acid model of metabolic stress: assessment by magnetic resonance imaging / Toby John Roberts -- Practicalities of genetic studies in human stroke / Ahamad Hassan and Hugh S. Markus -- Evaluation of the interactions of common genetic mutations in stroke / Zoltán Szolnoki -- Technologies of disease-related gene discovery using preclinical models of stroke / Xinkang Wang -- Quantitative analysis of gene transcription in stroke models using real-time RT-PCR / David C. Harrison and Brian C. Bond -- Effective analysis of genomic data / Paul R. Nelson, Andrew B. Goulter, and Richard J. Davis -- Bioinformatic approaches to assigning protein function from novel sequence data / David Michalovich and Richard Fagan -- Pragmatic target discovery from novel gene to functionally defined drug target: the interleukin-1 story / Stuart McRae Allen.
  • 2009 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] José Biller.
    Stroke in children and young adults : overview, risk factors and prognosis / Betsy B. Love, José Biller -- Applied anatomy of the brain arteries / William DeMyer -- Stroke in neonates and children : overview / Meredith R. Golomb -- Diagnostic strategies in neonates, children, and young adults with stroke / Deborah K. Sokol, Hema Patel -- Atherosclerotic cerebral infarction in young adults / José Biller, Rima M. Dafer -- Non-atherosclerotic cerebral vasculopathies / Rima M. Dafer, José Biller -- Cardiac disorders and stroke in children and young adults / José Biller, Michael J. Schneck, Betsy B. Love -- Cerebral infarction and migraine / Rima M. Dafer, José Biller. Hemostatic disorders presenting as cerebral infarction / Rima M. Dafer, José Biller -- Stroke and pregnancy / Rima M. Dafer, José Biller -- Rare genetic disorders predisposing to stroke / Betsy B. Love, James F. Meschia, José Biller -- Cerebral venous thrombosis / Rima M. Dafer, José Biller -- Neonatal intracranial hemorrhage / Eugene R. Schnitzler, Marc G. Weiss -- Spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage / José Biller, Michael Schneck -- Subarachnoid hemorrhage in young adults / Lotfi Hacein-Bey, Thomas C. Origitano, José Biller -- Pediatric CNS vascular malformations / Thomas J. Altstadt, Mitesh V. Shah -- Vascular disorders of the spinal cord in children and young adults / Richard B. Rodgers, Michael B. Pritz.
  • 2013 Future Med
    editor, Bruce Ovbiagele.
    Stroke management and recovery / Bruce Ovbiagele -- Stroke pathophysiology / Sarkis Morales-Vidal & José Biller -- Risk factors and primary prevention / Rita V. Krishnamurthi, Kelly M. Jones & Valery L. Feigin -- Early symptoms, signs and diagnosis of stroke / Sweta Adatia & Andrew Demchuk -- Hyperacute stroke management / Edward Jauch, Christine Holmstedt & Mark McCaslin -- In-hospital management of stroke / Michel Shamy, Karl Meisel & S. Andrew Josephson -- Medications for recurrent stroke prevention / Muhammad U. Farooq & Philip B. Gorelick -- Surgical prevention of stroke / Andrew R. Barleben, Wesley S. Moore & Thomas G. Brott -- Stroke prevention : diet and lifestyle / Jorge Pagola & Carlos A. Molina -- Multidisciplinary stroke rehabilitation and prognosis / Robert W. Teasell & Ricardo Viana -- Physical and occupational therapy / Richard D. Zorowitz -- Speech and language therapy / Marlís González-Fernández & Argye E. Hillis -- Management of postdischarge complications / Bernadette N. Borte & Enrique C. Leira -- Stroke systems of care / Alec Fraser, Charles Wolfe, Anthony Rudd & Christopher McKevitt -- Index.
  • 2015 Springer
    S.K. Gill, M.M. Brown, F. Robertson, N. Losseff, editors.
    A Rapidly Progressive Dementia -- A Headache after Starting the Oral Contraceptive Pill -- A Child with Enlarged Pupils -- Locked in or Break Out?- An Unusual TIA -- Hemianopic Alexia -- Recurrent Miscarriages and Neurological Symptoms -- A Pain in the Neck -- A Painless Loss of Vision -- Sickle Cell Disease and Stroke -- A New Mother with Rapidly Developing Blindness -- A Potentially Fatal Complication -- A Funny Turn in the Toilet -- A Strategic Infarct Leading to Mild Cognitive Impairment -- A Misbehaving Limb -- More than Just A Sore Throat -- An MRI Saves a Patient from Unnecessary Surgery -- Confusion after the 'Flu -- One Night with Venus, a Lifetime with Mars -- A Hypertensive Spike -- Lying in Wait: Stroke and a Blistering Rash -- An Unusual Case of Paradoxical Embolus -- Reaching a Crescendo -- Bihemispheric Infarcts -- Sleep Disordered Breathing and Stroke -- A Possible Remedy for Post Stroke Confusion -- A Headache with a Difference -- An Alternative Solution to a Difficult Problem -- Botox Saves the Day -- A Diagnosis not to Forget -- A Migraine with Persistent Focal Symptoms -- Stroke and Systemic Disease -- An Unusual Hypertensive Headache -- Recurrent Thunderclap Headaches -- Stroke in Pregnancy -- Cortical Blindness -- Cerebrovascular Disease in Childhood -- Recurrent Neurological Symptoms Mistaken as Multiple Sclerosis -- Intracerebral Haemorrhage and Oral Anticoagulants -- Choked in the Night.
  • Pt. I, 2009 ScienceDirect
    series editors, Michael J. Aminoff, François Boller and Dick F. Swaab ; volume editor, Marc Fisher.
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • Pt. II, 2009 ScienceDirect
    series editors, Michael J. Aminoff, François Boller and Dick F. Swaab ; volume editor, Marc Fisher.
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • Pt. III, 2009 ScienceDirect
    series editors, Michael J. Aminoff, François Boller and Dick F. Swaab ; volume editor, Marc Fisher.
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • 2016 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] James C. Grotta, A. David Mendelow, Gregory W. Albers, Ralph L. Sacco, Joseph P. Broderick, Lawrence K.S. Wang, Scott E. Kasner, Eng H. Lo.
    Vascular biology and athersclerosis of cerebral vessels / Sophocles Chrissobolis, Christopher G. Sobey -- Mechanisms of Thrombosis and thrombolysis / Gregory J. del Zoppo -- Cerebral blood flow and metabolism : regulation and pathophysiology in cerebrovascular disease / William J. Powers -- Histopathology of brain tissue response to stroke and injury / Roland N. Auer -- Molecular and cellular mechanisms of ischemia-induced neuronal death / Haiyue Zhang [and 6 others] -- Intracellular signaling : mediators and protective responses / John W. Thompson [and 3 others] -- The neurovascular unit and responses to ischemia / Gregory J. del Zoppo, Michael Moskowitz, Maiken Nedergaard -- Mechanisms of cerebral hemorrhage / Jaroslaw Aronowski [and 3 others] -- White matter pathophysiology / Bruce R. Ransom [and 3 others] -- Inflammation and immune response / Josef Anrather, Costantino Iadecola, John Hallenbeck -- Mechanisms of plasticity, remodeling and recovery / Zheng Gang Zhang, Michael Chopp -- Genetics and vascular biology of angiogenesis and vascular malformations / Helen Kim [and 3 others] -- Global burden of stroke / Valery L. Feigin, Rita V. Krishnamurthi -- Stroke disparities / George Howard, Virginia J. Howard -- Modifiable risk factors and determinants of stroke / Sudha Seshadri, Philip A. Wolf -- Prognosis after stroke / Tatjana Rundek, Ralph L. Sacco -- Vascular dementia and cognitive impairment / Sudha Seshadri, Alexis Economos, Clinton Wright -- Genetic basis of stroke occurrence, prevention and outcome / James F. Meschia, Daniel Woo, David Werring -- Preventing a first stroke / Larry B. Goldstein, Ralph L. Sacco -- Classification of ischemic stroke / Hakan Ay --Clinical scales to assess patients with stroke / Harold P. Adams, Jr. -- Carotid artery disease / Leo H. Bonati, Martin M. Brown -- Anterior cerebral artery disease / John C.M. Brust, Angel Chamorro -- Middle cerebral artery disease / Vijay K. Sharma, Lawrence K.S. Wong -- Posterior cerebral artery disease / Jong S. Kim -- Vertebrobasilar disease / Jong S. Kim, Louis R. Caplan -- Lcunar syndromes, lacunar infarcts, and cerebral small-vessel disease / Bo Norrving -- Intracerebral hemorrhage / Carlos S. Kase [and 3 others] -- Aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage / José I. Suarez, Eric M. Bershad -- Arteriovenous malformations and other vascular anomalies / Christian Stapf -- Stroke and other vascular syndromes of the spinal cord / Joshua Z. Willey -- Cardiac diseases / David M. Greer, Shunichi Homma, Karen L. Furie -- Atherosclerotic disease of the proximal aorta / Marco R. Di Tullio, Shunichi Homma -- Stroke related to surgery and other procedures / Steven R. Messé, Michael T. Mullen -- Arterial dissections and fibromuscular dysplasia / Richard M. Zweifler, Gerald Silverboard -- Collagen vascular and infectious diseases / Jose Gutierrez, Mira Katan, Mitchell S.V. Elkind -- Reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndromes / Aneesh B. Singhal -- Hypertensive encephalopathy / Catherine Lamy, Jean-Louis Mas -- Stroke and substance abuse / John C.M. Brust -- Moyamoya disease / Masahiro Yasaka, Takenori Yamaguchi, Jun Ogata -- CADASIL : cerebral autosomal dominant arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leukoencephalopathy / Hugues Chabriat [and 3 others] -- Hematologic disorders and stroke / Cheryl Bushnell -- Migraine and stroke / Hans Christoph Diener, Tobias Kurth -- Cryptogenic stroke / Martin O'Donnell, Scott E. Kasner -- Cerebral venous thrombosis / José M. Ferro, Patrícia Canhão -- Ultrasonography / Michal Haršány, Georgios Tsivgoulis, Andrei V. Alexandrov -- Computed tomography-based evaluation of cerebrovascular disease / Imanuel Dzialowski [and 3 others] -- Magnetic resonance imaging of cerebrovascular diseases / Maarten G. Lansberg [and 4 others] -- Cerebral angiography / Ronald J. Sattenberg [and 4 others] -- Prehospital and emergency department care of the patient with acute stroke / Anna Gensic, Arthur Pancioli -- Intravenous thrombolysis / Wendy Brown, Patrick D. Lyden -- Antithrombotic therapy for treatment of acute ischemic stroke / Harold P. Adams Jr., Patricia H. Davis -- General stroke management and stroke units / Turgut Tatlisumak, Risto O. Roine -- Critical care of the patient with acute stroke / Marek Sykora, Silvia Schönenberger, Julian Bösel -- Pharmacologic modification of acute cerebral ischemia / Nicole R. Gonzales, James C. Grotta -- Treatment of "other" stroke etiologies / Scott E. Kasner, Brett L. Cucchiara -- Medical therapy of intracerebral and intraventricular hemorrhage / Darin B. Zahuranec, Lewis B. Morgenstern -- Rehabilitation and recovery of the patient with stroke / Bruce H. Dobkin -- Interventions to improve recovery after stroke / Steven C. Cramer -- Enhancing stroke recovery with cellular therapies / Sean I. Savitz, Kaushik Parsha -- Antiplatelet therapy for secondary prevention of stroke / Thalia S. Field [and 3 others] -- Secondary prevention of cardioembolic stroke / Karen Furie, Muhib Khan -- Conduct of stroke-related clinical trials / Adriana Pérez, Barbara C. Tilley -- Endovascular therapy of extracranial and intracranial occlusive disease / Maxim Mokin, Elad I. Levy -- Endovascular treatment of acute ischemic stroke / Reza Jahan, Jeffrey L. Saver -- Endovascular treatment of cerebral aneurysms / Ajay K. Wakhloo [and 3 others] -- Interventional therapy of brain and spinal arteriovenous malformations / Timo Krings, Sasikhan Geibprasert, Karel Ter Brugge -- Dural arteriovenous malformations / Javed Khader Eliyas, Issam A. Awad -- Surgery of anterior and posterior aneurysms / Mark J. Dannenbaum [and 4 others] -- Surgery for intracerebral hemorrhage / A. David Mendelow, Barbara A. Gregson --Intraventricular hemorrhage / J. Max Findlay -- Surgical management of cranial and spinal arteriovenous malformations / Jonathan Russin, Robert F. Spetzler -- Surgical cavernous malformations and venous anomalies / Najib E. El Tecle [and 7 others] -- Indications for carotid endarterectomy in patients with asymptomatic and symptomatic carotid stenosis / John A. Braca III [and 3 others] -- Extracranial to intracranial bypass for cerebral ischemia / David W. Newell, Marcelo D. Vilela, William J. Powers -- Decompressive craniectomy for infarction and hemorrhage / Hermann Neugebauer [and 3 others]
  • 2012 Future Med
    editors, Harry J. Crijns, Ron Pisters.
    Antithrombotic management of atrial fibrillation / Ron Pisters & Harry J. Crijns -- Overview of stroke in atrial fibrillation / Hans-Christoph Diener -- Stroke risk assessment in atrial fibrillation / Stavros Apostolakis & Gregory Y.H. Lip -- Treatment recommendations and guidelines / Laurent Fauchier, Nicolas Clementy & Dominique Babuty -- Pharmacological stroke prevention: antithrombotic drugs / Christian Weimar & Ralph Weber -- Pharmacological stroke prevention : RAS inhibitors / Ole Dyg Pedersen & Christian Torp-Pedersen -- Stroke prevention : antiarrhythmic treatments / A. John Camm & Irina Savelieva -- Nonpharmacological stroke prevention strategies in atrial fibrillation patients / Alessandro Montecalvo & Ralph J. Damiano -- Antithrombotic management in the acute coronary syndrome setting / Andrea Rubboli -- Periprocedural reversal & bridging of anticoagulant treatment / Marcel Levi, Elise Eerenberg & Pieter Willem Kamphuisen -- Clinical barriers to the use of recommended stroke prevention therapy / Robby Nieuwlaat -- Novel antithrombotic agents & future directions / Renee M. Sullivan & Brian Olshansky -- Index.
  • 2008 Springer
    Daryll M. Baker.
  • 2008 Springer
    edited by Sean I. Savitz and Daniel M. Rosenbaum.
    Safety and efficacy of transplanting immortalized neural stem cells in stroke patients -- Transplantation of bone marrow stromal cells for the treatment of stroke -- Cord blood cells as a treatment for stroke -- Adipose-derived stem cells as a potential therapy for stroke -- Novel imaging modalities to monitor implanted embryonic stem cells in stroke -- Cell transplantation for intracerebral hemorrhage -- Therapeutic strategies employing endogenous neural stem cells in tissue remodeling following ischemic injury: the promise, the peril and novel future applications -- Ethics and stem cell research -- Special conditions in the design of clinical stroke trials for cell transplantation.
  • 2012 Cambridge
    edited by Louis R. Caplan, Jan van Gijn.
    1. Hemiparesis and other types of motor weakness / Adria Arboix and Josep Marti-Vilalta -- 2. Sensory abnormalities / Jung S. Kim -- 3. Cerebellar ataxia / Chris Diener and Dagmar Timmann -- 4. Cognitive and behavioral abnormalities secondary to cerebellar stroke / Jeremy Schmahmann -- 5. Headache: stroke symptoms and signs / Conrad Estol -- 6. Eye movement abnormalities / Shirley Wray and Louis R. Caplan -- 7. Cerebral visual dysfunction / Jarson Barton and Louis R. Caplan -- 8. Visual symptoms Shirley Wray -- 9. Vestibular syndromes and vertigo Marianne Dieterich and Thomas Brandt; 10. Auditory disorders in stroke Robert Baloh; 11. Abnormal movements Joseph Ghika; 12. Seizures and stroke Chris Bladin and Geoff Donnan; 13. Disturbances of sleep Claudio Bassetti; 14. Coma and decreased levels of consciousness / Eelco Wijdicks -- 15. Aphasia and stroke / Argye Hillis and Elisabeth Marsh -- 16. Agitation and delirium / John Brust and Louis R. Caplan -- 17. Frontal lobe stroke syndromes / Randolph Marshall -- 18. Memory loss / Jose Ferro and Isabel Martins; 19. Neurobehavioral aspects of deep hemisphere stroke Jose Ferro and A. Verdelho; 20. Right hemisphere syndromes Elliott Ross and Louis R. Caplan; 21. Post-stroke dementia Dider Leys and Florence Pasquier; 22. Disorders of mood and behavior Randolph Marshall -- 23. Agnosias, apraxias and callosal disconnection syndromes / Arnaud Saj and Patrik Vuilleumier -- 24. Muscle and peripheral nerve manifestations of stroke / Rick Logigian and Pariwat Thaisettawatkul -- 25. Cardiac and autonomic manifestations of stroke / E. Camargo and M. Samuels; 26. Dysarthria Edward Feldmann; 27. Dysphagia and aspiration syndromes Sandeep Kumar; 28. Respiratory dysfunction F. Vingerhoets; Part II. Vascular Topographic Syndromes: 29. Arterial territories of the human brain Laurent Tatu, Thierry Moulin, Fabrice Vuillier and Julien Bogousslavsky -- 30. Middle cerebral arteries / J.P. Mohr -- 31. Anterior cerebral artery / John Brust --; 32. Anterior choroidal artery territory infarcts / Cathy Helgason and Louis R. Caplan -- 33. Thalamic infarcts and hemorrhages / Michel Barth and Louise R. Caplan -- 34. Caudate infarcts and hemorrhages / Chin-Sang Chung and Louis R. Caplan -- 35. Posterior cerebral artery / C. Chaves and Louis R. Caplan -- 36. Large and panhemispheric infarcts / R. Kollmar, J. Bosel and S. Schwab -- 37. Multiple and bihemispheric infarcts / Emre Kumral -- 38. Midbrain infarcts / M. Hommel and Louis R. Caplan -- 39. Pontine infarcts and hemorrhages / Chin-Sang Chung and Louis R. Caplan -- 40. Medullary infarcts and hemorrhages / Jung S. Kim -- 41. Cerebellar infarcts / Mikael Mazighi and P. Amarenco; 42. Border zone infarcts E. Bernd Ringelstein, Ralph Dittrich and Dittrich Stogbauer; 43. Lacunar syndromes J. Bamford; 44. Basal ganglia hemorrhages Chin-Sang Chung, Kwang-Yeol Park and Louis R. Caplan; 45. Lobar hemorrhages Carlos Kase -- 46. Intraventricular hemorrhages / D. Hanley and W. Ziai -- 47. Subarachnoid hemorrhage syndromes / Jan van Gijn and G. Rinkel -- 48. Brain venous thrombosis syndromes / Je;rome Mawet, Isabelle Crassard and Marie-Germaine Bousser -- 49. Carotid occlusion syndromes Seemant Chaturvedi; 50. Cervical artery dissection syndromes Marcel Arnold, Heinrich P. Mattle and Mathias Sturzenegger; 51. Intracranial artery dissections C. Estol and Louis R. Caplan; 52. Syndromes related to large artery thromboembolism in the posterior circulation / Louis R. Caplan -- 53. Spinal stroke syndromes / Mathias Sturzenegger -- Index.
  • 2006
    Julie Beth Sneddon.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2010 WHO
    first draft prepared by Peter Watts and Paul Howe.
    Also available: Print – 2010
  • 2006
    Alondra Beatriz Schweizer Burguete.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2013
    Jennifer Lynn Stamos.
    A great deal is known about elements of the Wnt signal transduction cascade and the [beta]-catenin destruction complex, but a complete molecular understanding of their function has remained elusive. Many of the proteins that are necessary for [beta]-catenin destruction, including GSK-3, CK1, Axin, and APC, also have roles in stabilizing [beta]-catenin on Wnt stimulation, thus confounding genetic analyses and cell culture overexpression studies in difficult-to-predict ways. In addition, Wnt signal transduction proteins such as GSK-3, CK1, and APC play critical roles in other signal transduction and metabolic cascades within cells, including such diverse pathways as glycogen regulation, circadian rhythm, spindle formation during mitosis, and microtubule stability. In order to carefully dissect Wnt signal transduction in the absence of these confounding factors, biochemical and structural studies were carried out on proteins from the destruction complex and the Wnt signaling cascade, with emphasis placed on the role of phosphorylation events on the APC, [beta]-catenin, and LRP5/6 proteins during the transition from [beta]-catenin destruction to activation.
  • 2008/2009
    JingLucy Sun.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2013
    Karen Newton Colbert.
    A defining feature of eukaryotic cells is the compartmentalization of membrane-bound organelles with specialized functions. Movement of cargo between compartments, and exchange of material into and out of a cell are fundamental to cellular viability and effective communication with other cells. Secretion of neurotransmitters, the process by which neurons relay information, occurs when neurotransmitter-containing vesicles fuse with the target membrane in a pre-synaptic nerve terminal. Members of the SNARE, SM, and AAA+ ATPase protein families are central mediators of the exquisitely regulated process of neurotransmission. SNARE proteins form a complex that drives the fusion of synaptic vesicles with the target membrane; the SM protein Munc18a is a crucial mediator of SNARE complex assembly, and the ATPase NSF disassembles SNARE complex following neurotransmitter secretion, recycling SNAREs for subsequent rounds of vesicle fusion. The work presented here describes structural, biophysical, and biochemical approaches used to investigate the mechanism by which Munc18a, SNAREs and NSF orchestrate synaptic vesicle fusion.
  • ScienceDirect
    edited by Leon W. Cunningham, Dixie W. Frederiksen.
    Also available: Print – 1982
  • ScienceDirect
    edited by Leon W. Cunningham, Dixie W. Frederiksen.
    Also available: Print – 1982
  • ScienceDirect
    edited by Richard B. Vallee.
    Also available: Print – 1986
  • ScienceDirect
    edited by Leon W. Cunningham.
    Also available: Print – 1987
  • ScienceDirect
    edited by Leon W. Cunningham.
    Also available: Print – 1987
  • 2008 Springer
    edited by Johannes W. Hell and Michael D. Ehlers.
  • 2005 Springer
    Larry L. Barton.
    I. An introduction to the prokaryotic cell. The cellular system -- II. Cellular structures and their function. The plasma membrane -- Cell wall structure -- The cell wall matrix -- Capsules, pili, and internal structure -- III. Profiles of bacterial growth. Cell motion, sensing, and communication -- Cellular growth and reproduction -- Physiological basis for growth in extreme environments -- IV. Bioenergetics. Electron transport and coupled phosphorylation -- Transmembrane movement: mechanisms and examples -- V. Metabolic processes. Pathways of carbon flow -- Organization and cellular processing -- Metabolism of nitrogen and sulfur.
  • 2005/2006
    Alexander John Bankovich.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2007 Springer
    U. Bastolla ... [et al.] (eds.).
    Modeling conformational flexibility and evolution of structure : RNA as an example / P. Schuster and P.F. Stadler -- Gene3D and understanding proteome evolution / J.G. Ranea ... [et al.] -- The evolution of the globins : we thought we understood it / A.M. Lesk -- The structurally constrained neutral model of protein evolution / U. Bastolla ... [et al.] -- Towards unifying protein evolution theory / N.V. Dokholyan and E.I. Shakhnovich -- A twenty-first century view of evolution : genome system architecture, repetitive DNA, and natural genetic engineering / J.A. Shapiro -- Genomic changes in bacteria : from free-living to endosymbiotic life / F.J. Silva ... [et al.] -- Molecular phylogenetics : mathematical framework and unsolved problems / X. Xia -- Phylogenetics and computational biology of multigene families / P. Liò, M. Brilli and R. Fani -- SeqinR 1.0-2 : a contributed package to the R project for statistical computing devoted to biological sequences retrieval and analysis / D. Charif and J.R. Lobry -- Evolutionary genomics of gene expression / I.K. Jordan and L. Mariño-Ramírez -- From biophysics to evolutionary genetics : statistical aspects of gene regulation / M. Lässig -- Drift and selection in evolving interacting systems / T. Ohta -- Adaptation in simple and complex fitness landscapes / K. Jain and J. Krug -- Genetic variability in RNA viruses : consequences in epidemiology and in the development of new strategies for the extinction of infectivity / E. Lázaro.
  • 2005/2006
    Stephen E. Kaiser.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2005 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Dimitrios Morikis, John D. Lambris.
  • 2009
    Juan José Fung.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2014 Springer Protocols
    edited by Yu Wai Chen.
    1. DisMeta : a meta server for construct design and optimization / Yuanpeng Janet Huang, Thomas B. Acton, and Gaetano T. Montelione -- 2. Stable expression clones and auto-induction for protein production in E. coli / F. William Studier -- 3. High-throughput expression screening and purification of recombinant proteins in E. coli / Natalie J. Saez and Renaud Vincentelli -- 4. Medium-throughput production of recombinant human proteins : ligation-independent cloning / Claire Strain-Damerell, Pravin Mahajam, Opher Gileadi and Nicola A. Burgess-Brown -- 5. Medium-throughput production of recombinant human proteins : protein production in E. coli / Nicola A. Burgess-Brown, Pravin Mahajan, Claire Strain-Damerell, Opher Gileadi and Susanne Gräslund -- 6. Medium-throughput production of recombinant human proteins : protein production in insect cells / Pravin Mahajan , Claire Strain-Damerell, Opher Gileadi and Nicola A. Burgess-Brown -- 7. OmniBac : universal multigene transfer plasmids for baculovirus expression vectors systems / Deepak B. Thimiri Govinda Raj, Lakshmi S. Vijayachandran, and Imre Berger -- 8. Multiprotein complex production in insect cells by using polyproteins / Yan Nie, Itxaso Bellon-Echeverria, Simon Trowitzch, Christoph Bieniossek and Imre Berger -- 9. Expression screening in mammalian suspension cells / Susan D. Chapple and Michael R. Dyson -- 10. Cell-free expression of protein complexes for structural biology / Takaho Terada, Takehi Murata, Mikako Shirouzu and Shigeyuki Yokoyama -- 11. Cell-free protein synthesis for functional and structural studies / Shin-ichi Makino, Emily T. Beebe, John L. Markley and Brian G. Fox -- 13. Insoluble protein purification with sarkosyl : facts and precautions / Ben Chisnall, Courtney Johnson, Yavuz Kulaberoglu and Yu Wai Chen -- 13. Estimation of crystallization likelihood through a fluorimetric thermal stability assay / Vincent Mariaule, Florine Dupeux, and José A. Márquez -- 14. CrystalDirect : a novel approach for automated crystal harvesting based on photoablation of thin films / José A. Márquez and Florent Cipriani -- 15. Methods to refine macromolecular structures in cases of severe diffraction anisotropy / Michael R. Sawaya -- 16. Applications of NMR-based PRE and EPR-based DEER spectroscopy to homodimer chain exchange characterization and structure determination / Yunhuang Yang, Theresa A. Ramelot, Shuisong Ni, Robert M. McCarrick and Michael A. Kennedy -- 17. Cost-effective protocol for the parallel production of libraries of 13CH3-specifically labeled mutants for NMR studies of high molecular weight proteins / Elodie Crublet, Rime Kerfah, Guillaume Mas, Marjolaine Noirclerc-Savoye, Violaine Lantez, Thierry Vernet and Jerome Boisbouvier -- 18. High-throughput SAXS for the characterization of biomolecules in solution : a practical approach / Kevin N. Dyer, Michael Hammel, Robert P. Rambo, Susan E. Tsutakawa, Ivan Rodic, Scott Classen, John A. Tainer and Greg L. Hura -- 19. Measuring spatial restraints on native protein complexes using isotope-tagged chemical cross-linking and mass spectrometry / Franz Herzog -- 20. Modeling of proteins and their assemblies with the integrative modeling platform / Benjamin Webb, Keren Lasker, Javier Velázquez-Muriel, Dina Schneidman-Duhovny, Riccardo Pellarin, Massimiliano Bonomi, Charles Greenberg, Barak Raveh, Elina Tjioe, Daniel Russel and Andrej Sali -- 21. Quality and validation of structures from structural genomics / Marcin J. Domagalski, Heping Zheng, Matthew D. Zimmerman, Zhigniew Dauter, Alexander Wlodawer and Wladek Minor -- 22. Navigating the global protein-protein interaction landscape using iRefWeb / Andrei L. Turinsky, Sabry Razick, Brian Turner, Ian M. Donaldson and Shoshana J. Wodak -- 23. Mespeus-a database of metal interactions with proteins / Marjorie M. Harding and Kun-Yi Hsin -- 24. High-quality macromolecular graphics on mobile devices : a quick starter's guide / Chin-Pang Benny Yiu and Yu Wai Chen.
  • 2014 Springer Protocols
    edited by Wayne F. Anderson.
    Data Management in the Modern Structural Biology and Biomedical Research Environment -- Structural Genomics of Human Proteins -- Target Selection for Structural Genomics of Infectious Diseases -- Selecting Targets from Eukaryotic Parasites for Structural Genomics and Drug Discovery -- High Throughput Cloning for Biophysical Applications -- Expression and Solubility Testing in a High Throughput Environment -- Protein Production for Structural Genomics Using E. coli Expression -- Eukaryotic Expression Systems for Structural Studies -- Automated Cell-free Protein Production Methods for Structural Studies -- Parallel Protein Purification -- Oxidative Refolding from Inclusion Bodies -- High throughput Crystallization Screening -- Screening Proteins for NMR Suitability -- Salvage or Recovery of Failed Targets by in situ Proteolysis -- Salvage of Failed Protein Targets by Reductive Alkylation -- Salvage or Recovery of Failed Targets by Mutagenesis to Reduce Surface Entropy -- Data Collection for Crystallographic Structure Determination -- Structure, Determination, Refinement, and Validation -- Virtual High-Throughput Ligand Screening -- Ligand Screening using Fluorescence Thermal Shift Analysis (FTS) -- Ligand Screening using Enzymatic Assays -- Ligand Screening using NMR -- Screening Ligands by X-ray Crystallography -- Case Study Structural Genomics and Human Protein Kinases.
  • 2006 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Michael Sundströ̈m, Martin Norin, Aled Edwards.
  • 2006 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Kenneth H. Lundstrom.
    Bioinformatics in membrane protein analysis / Bengt Persson -- Prokaryotic membrane transport proteins / Joanne Clough ... [et al.] -- Membrane protein production strategies for structural genomics / Said Eshaghi and Par Nordlund -- Refolding of membrane proteins for large-scale production / Hans Kiefer, Thomas Ostermann, Monika Bahner -- Crystallization of membrane proteins / Alastair T. Gardiner, June Southall, and Richard J. Cogdell -- Signaling through membrane proteins / J. Robert Bostwick and Deborah S. Hartman -- Expression of membrane proteins in yeasts / Christoph Reinhart, Christoph Krettler -- Expression of functional membrane proteins in the baculovirus-insect cell system / Giel J.C.G.M. Bosman and Willem J. de Grip -- Expression of membrane proteins in mammalian cells / Kenneth Lundstrom -- Solubilization and purification of membrane proteins / Bernadette Byrne and Mika Jormakka -- Fluorescent labelling of membrane proteins in living cells / Ruud Hovius ... [et al.] -- Membrane protein NMR / Xiang-Qun (Sean) Xie -- Miniaturization of structural biology technologies--from expression to biophysical analyses / Enrique Abola, Peter Kuhn, and Raymond C. Stevens -- Electron microscopy and atomic force microscopy of reconstituted membrane proteins / Andreas Engel -- -- Structural genomics networks for membrane proteins / Kenneth Lundstrom -- Molecular modelling of membrane proteins / Slawomir Filipek and Anna Modzelewska -- Towards structural bases for GPCR ligand-binding / Sabrina A. Beretta ... [et al.].
  • edited by Kenneth H. Lundstrom.
    Bioinformatics in membrane protein analysis / Bengt Persson -- Prokaryotic membrane transport proteins / Joanne Clough ... [et al.] -- Membrane protein production strategies for structural genomics / Said Eshaghi and Pär Nordlund -- Refolding of membrane proteins for large-scale production / Hans Kiefer, Thomas Ostermann, Monika Bähner -- Crystallization of membrane proteins / Alastair T. Gardiner, June Southall, and Richard J. Cogdell -- Signaling through membrane proteins / J. Robert Bostwick and Deborah S. Hartman -- Expression of membrane proteins in yeasts / Christoph Reinhart, Christoph Krettler -- Expression of functional membrane proteins in the baculovirus-insect cell system / Giel J.C.G.M. Bosman and Willem J. de Grip -- Expression of membrane proteins in mammalian cells / Kenneth Lundstrom -- Solubilization and purification of membrane proteins / Bernadette Byrne and Mika Jormakka -- Fluorescent labelling of membrane proteins in living cells / Ruud Hovius ... [et al.] -- Membrane protein NMR / Xiang-Qun (Sean) Xie -- Miniaturization of structural biology technologies--from expression to biophysical analyses / Enrique Abola, Peter Kuhn, and Raymond C. Stevens -- Electron microscopy and atomic force microscopy of reconstituted membrane proteins / Andreas Engel -- -- Structural genomics networks for membrane proteins / Kenneth Lundstrom -- Molecular modelling of membrane proteins / Slawomir Filipek and Anna Modzelewska -- Towards structural bases for GPCR ligand-binding / Sabrina A. Beretta ... [et al.].
  • 2012 Springer
    Leonid Sazanov, editor.
    Complex I (NADH:ubiquinone oxidoreductase) is the first and largest enzyme of the respiratory chain in mitochondria and plays a central role in cellular energy production. Complex I dysfunction has been implicated in many human neurodegenerative diseases, including Parkinson's. Mutations in complex I subunits are among the most common human genetic disorders known. Until recently, in the absence of structural information, complex I was the least understood enzyme of the respiratory chain. The mechanism by which it couples electron transfer between NADH and quinone to the translocation of protons across the membrane was a complete enigma. Recent years have been marked by spectacular progress in the elucidation of complex I's structure, finally allowing the interpretation of a wealth of data accumulated in about 50 years since the discovery of the enzyme. Understanding of the mechanism of this large molecular machine, involving long-range conformational changes, is beginning to emerge. This book is the first devoted entirely to complex I. It contains chapters written by leaders in the field, covering a wide range of topics from the structure of the complex, properties of its many redox centers, subunit composition, mutagenesis studies, evolution of the enzyme and on to the current understanding of the coupling mechanism and the molecular basis for human pathologies. Features: - Concise and authoritative review of current state-of-the-art in research on respiratory complex I - The first book entirely devoted to complex I, a central enzyme in bioenergetics - Recent breakthroughs in structure elucidation finally allow understanding of the mechanism - Mutations leading to common and severe human disorders are discussed.
  • 2015 Springer Protocols
    edited by Raymond J. Owens, Oxford Protein Production Facility UK, Research Complex at Harwell, Oxfordshire, UK.

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