• 2006From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Alasdair MacKenzie.
    Markers, selection, and media in yeast artificial chromosomes cloning / David Markie -- Construction of yeast artificial chromosome libraries from pathogens and nonmodel organisms / Cecilia P. Sanchez and Michael Lanzer -- Analysis and screening of yeast artificial chromosome libraries by filter hybridization / Cecilia P. Sanchez and Michael Lanzer -- Analysis of Yeast Artificial Chromosome DNA by restriction digestion, southern blotting nucleic acid hybridization and polymerase chain reaction / Sylvia Vasiliou and John Peter Quinn -- Postgenomic bioinformatic analysis of yeast artificial chromosome sequence / Kerry Miller, Scott Davidson, and Alasdair MacKenzie -- Transformation of yeast using bioactive beads with surface-immobilized yeast artificial chromosomes / Shigeki Kawakami ... [et al.] -- Modification and amplification of yeast artificial chromosomes / Sanbing Shen, Anthony Harmar, and Nick Hastie -- Modifying yeast artificial chromosomes to generate Cre/LoxP and FLP/FRT site-specific deletions and inversions / Gabriela G. Loots -- Selective isolation of large chromosomal regions by transformation-associated recombination cloning for structural and functional analysis of mammalian genomes / Natalay Kouprina, Vladimir N. Noskov, and Vladimir Larionov -- A polymerase chain reaction-mediated yeast artificial chromosome-splitting technology for generating targeted yeast artificial chromosomes subclones / Yeon-Hee Kim ... [et al.] -- Genomic reconstruction by serial mitotic recombination of yeast artificial chromosomes / David Markie, Emma Jones, and Jiannis Ragoussis -- Targeting vector construction by yeast artificial chromosome modification / Peter J. Murray -- Production of yeast artificial chromosomes transgenic mice by pronuclear injection of one-cell embryos / Alasdair MacKenzie -- Generation of yeast artificial chromosomes transgenic mice by intracytoplasmic sperm injection / Pedro N. Moreira ... [et al.] -- Establishment of cell lines that exhibit correct ontogenic stage-specific gene expression profiles from tissues of yeast artificial chromosome transgenic mice using chemically induced growth signals / C. Anthony Blau and Kenneth R. Peterson -- Application of yeast artificial chromosomes in fluorescence in situ hybridization / Thomas Liehr -- Contribution of yeast artificial chromosome-based physical maps to the final assembly of the trypanosoma cruzi genome / Marcia R.M. Santos ... [et al.].
  • 2014From: Springer
    Steven B. Leder, Debra M. Suiter.
    "The Yale Swallow Protocol is an evidence-based protocol that is the only screening instrument that both identifies aspiration risk and, when passed, is able to recommend specific oral diets without the need for further instrumental dysphagia testing. Based upon research by Drs. Steven B. Leder and Debra M. Suiter, an easily administered, reliable, and validated swallow screening protocol was developed and can be used by speech-language pathologists, nurses, otolaryngologists, oncologists, neurologists, intensivists, and physicians assistants. In addition, the protocol can be used in a variety of environments, including acute care, rehabilitation, and nursing homes. The Yale Swallow Protocol meets all of the criteria necessary for a successful screening test, including being simple to administer, cross-disciplinary, cost effective, acceptable to patients, and able to identify the target attribute by giving a positive finding when aspiration risk is present and a negative finding when aspiration risk is absent. Additionally, early and accurate identification of aspiration risk can significantly reduce health-care costs associated with recognized prandial aspiration."--Publisher's website.
  • 2016From: Oxford Medicine Online
    edited by Selby C. Jacobs and Jeanne L. Steiner.
    This is a comprehensive resource on treatment, rehabilitation, recovery, and public health of persons cared for in organized, publically funded systems of care.
  • 2016From: Wiley
    edited by Daniel K. Podolsky ; associate editors, Michael Camilleri, J. Gregory Fitz, Anthony N. Kalloo, Fergus Shanahan, Timothy C. Wang.
  • 2013From: Wiley
    editor, Tadataka Yamada ; associate editor, John M. Inadomi; contributing authors, Renuka Bhattacharya, Jason A. Dominitz, Joo Ha Hwang.
    Portable, practical, and entirely clinical, this affordable guide to assessment and management of the entire range of gastroenterological complaints and conditions is ideally suited for use by GI fellows and specialists. The book is divided into two parts: symptom-focused and disease-focused. Features include key practice points, essentials of diagnosis, potential pitfalls, key web links, society guideline comparisons, case studies, and multiple choice questions. When you need answers in a hurry, turn to the most trusted name in gastroenterology: Yamada.
  • editor-in-chief, Fun-Sun F. Yao ; associate editors, Vinod Malhotra, Manuel L. Fontes ; with 77 contributors.
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    Also available: Print – 1997-2000.
  • edited by Albert S. Gordon, Robert Silber, and Joseph LoBue.
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  • 2005-2010.From: Springer
  • 2007From: Springer
    edited by John L. Nitiss, Joseph Heitman.
    From DNA replication to genome instability in schizosaccharomyces pombe: pathways to cancer / Julie M. Bailis and Susan L. Forsburg -- Dissecting layers of mitotic regulation essential for maintaining genomic stability / Jeffiner S. Searle and Yolanda Sanchez -- Yeast as a tool in cancer research: nuclear trafficking / Anita H. Corbett and Adam C. Berger -- Studies of protein farnesylation in yeast / Nitika Thaper and Fuyuhiko Tamanoi -- From bread to bedside: what budding yeast has taught us about the immortalization of cancer cells / Soma S.R. Banik and Christopher M. Counter -- Hsp90 co-chaperones in saccharomyces cerevisiae / Marija Tesiccc and Richard F. Gaber -- Yeast as a model system for studying cell cycle checkpoints / Carmela Palermo and Nancy C. Walworth -- Metabolism and function of sphingolipids in saccharomyces cerevisiae: relevance to cancer research / L. Ashley Cowart, Yusuf A. Hannun, and Lina M. Obeid -- Exploring and restoring the p53 pathway using the p53 dissociator assay in yeast / Rainer K. Brachmann -- Functional analysis of the Human p53 tumor suppressor and its mutants using yeast / Alberto Inga, Francesca Storici and Michael A. Resnick -- ABC transporters in yeast - drug resistance and stress response in a nutshell / Karl Kuchler and Christoph Schüller -- The FHCRC/NCI yeast anticancer drug screen / Susan L. Holbeck and Julian Simon -- Yeast as a model to study the immunosuppressive and chemotherapeutic drug rapamycin / John R. Rohde, Sara A. Zurita-Martinez, and Maria E. Cardenas -- Use of yeast as a model of system for identifying and studying anti-cancer drugs / Jun O. Liu and Julian A. Simon -- Genetic analysis of cisplatin resistance in yeast and mammals / Seiko Ishida and Ira Herskowitz -- Using yeast tools to dissect the action of anti-cancer drugs: mechanisms of enzyme inhibition and cell killing: agents targeting DNA topoisomerases / Anna Rogojina, ... [et al].
  • 2016From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Alberto Sanchez-Diaz, Pilar Perez.
    Time-lapse fluorescence microscopy of budding yeast cells / Arun Kumar and Manuel Mendoza -- Real-time visualization and quantification of contractile ring proteins in single living cells / Reshma Davidson ... [et al.] -- Fluorescence recovery after photo-bleaching (FRAP) and fluorescence loss in photo-bleaching (FLIP) experiments to study protein dynamics during budding yeast cell division / Alessio Bolognesi ... [et al.] -- High-speed super-resolution imaging of live fission yeast cells / Caroline Laplante ... [et al.] -- Monitoring chitin deposition during septum assembly in budding yeast / Irene Arcones and Cesar Roncero -- Imaging septum formation by fluorescence microscopy / Juan Carlos Ribas and Juan Carlos G. Cortés -- Visualization of cytokinesis events in budding yeast by transmission electron microscopy / Franz Meitinger and Gislene Pereira -- Visualization of fission yeast cells by transmission electron microscopy / Matthias Sipiczki -- Characterization of septin ultrastructure in budding yeast using electron tomography / Aurélie Bertin and Eva Nogales -- Isolation of cytokinetic actomyosin rings from Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Schizosaccharomyces pombe / Junqi Huang ... [et al.] -- Measurements of myosin-II motor activity during cytokinesis in fission yeast / Qing Tang, Luther W. Pollard, and Matthew Lord -- In vitro biochemical characterization of cytokinesis actin-binding proteins / Dennis Zimmermann ... [et al.] -- Characterization of cytokinetic F-BARs and other membrane-binding proteins / Nathan A. McDonald and Kathleen L. Gould -- Analysis of three-dimensional structures of exocyst components / Johannes Lesigang and Gang Dong -- Analysis of Rho-GTPase activity during budding yeast cytokinesis / Masayuki Onishi and John R. Pringle -- Detection of phosphorylation status of cytokinetic components / Franz Meitinger, Saravanan Palani, and Gislene Pereira -- Studying protein-protein interactions in budding yeast using co-immunoprecipitation / Magdalena Foltman and Alberto Sanchez-Diaz -- Conditional budding yeast mutants with temperature-sensitive and auxin-inducible degrons for screening of suppressor genes / Asli Devrekanli and Masato T. Kanemaki -- Synchronization of the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae / Magdalena Foltman, Iago Molist, and Alberto Sanchez-Diaz -- Fission yeast cell cycle synchronization methods / Marta Tormos-Pérez, Livia Pérez-Hidalgo, and Sergio Moreno -- Review of fluorescent proteins for use in yeast / Maja Bialecka-Fornal, Tatyana Makushok, and Susanne M. Rafelski -- Visualization and image analysis of yeast cells / Steve Bagley -- Toolbox for protein structure prediction / Daniel Barry Roche and Liam James McGuffin -- From structure to function : a comprehensive compendium of tools to unveil protein domains and understand their role in cytokinesis / Sergio A. Rincon and Anne Paoletti.
  • 2015From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Frederic Devaux.
    Using RNA-seq for analysis of differential gene expression in fungal species / Can Wang ... [et al.] -- Enhancing structural annotation of yeast genomes with RNA-Seq data / Hugo Devillers, Nicolas Morin, and Cécile Neuvéglise -- Pathogen gene expression profiling during infection using a nanostring nCounter platform / Wenjie Xu ... [et al.] -- Comparative transcriptomics in yeasts / Dawn A. Thompson -- Mapping the transcriptome-wide landscape of RBP binding sites using gPAR-CLIP-seq : experimental procedures / Ting Han and John K. Kim -- Mapping the transcriptome-wide landscape of RBP binding sites using gPAR-CLIP-seq : bioinformatic analysis / Mallory A. Freeberg and John K. Kim -- Translation analysis at the genome scale by ribosome profiling / Agnès Baudin-Baillieu ... [et al. ] -- Biotin-genomic run-on (Bio-GRO) : a high-resolution method for the analysis of nascent transcription in yeast / Antonio Jordán-Pla ... [et al.] -- Genome-wide probing of RNA structures in vitro using nucleases and deep sequencing / Yue Wan ... [et al.] -- Genome-wide chromatin immunoprecipitation in Candida albicans and other yeasts / Matthew B. Lohse [et al.] -- ChIPseq in yeast species : from chromatin immunoprecipitation to high-throughput sequencing and bioinformatics data analyses / Gaëlle Lelandais, Corinne Blugeon, and Jawad Merhej -- Systematic determination of transcription factor DNA- binding specificities in yeast / Lourdes Peña-Castillo and Gwenael Badis -- Generation and analysis of chromosomal contact maps of yeast species / Axel Cournac ... [et al.] -- Versatile procedure to generate genome-wide spatiotemporal program of replication in yeast species / Nicolas Agier and Gilles Fischer -- Single-step affinity purification (ssAP) and mass spectrometry of macromolecular complexes in the yeast S. cerevisiae / Christian Trahan, Lisbeth-Carolina Aguilar, and Marlene Oeffinger -- Label-free quantitative proteomics in yeast / Thibaut Léger ... [et al.] -- Profiling of yeast lipids by shotgun lipidomics / Christian Klose and Kirill Tarasov -- Identification of links between cellular pathways by genetic interaction mapping (GIM) / Christophe Malabat and Cosmin Saveanu -- On the mapping of epistatic genetic interactions in natural isolates : combining classical genetics and genomics / Jing Hou and Joseph Schacherer -- Experimental evolution and resequencing analysis of yeast / Celia Payen and Maitreya J. Dunham -- Reconstruction and analysis of the evolution of modular transcriptional regulatory programs using arboretum / Sara A. Knaack, Dawn A. Thompson, and Sushmita Roy -- Predicting gene and genomic regulation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, using the YEASTRACT database : a step-by-step guided analysis / Miguel C. Teixeira, Pedro T. Monteiro, and Isabel Sá-Correia.
  • 2007From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Ian Stansfield and Michael J.R. Stark.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2011From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Attila Becskei.
    Global estimation of mRNA stability in yeast / Julia Marin-Navarro [and others] -- Genomic-wide methods to evaluate transcription rates in yeast / Jose Garcia-Martinez, Vicent Pelechano, and Jose E. Perez-Ortin -- Construction of cis-regulatory input functions of yeast promoters / Prasuna Ratna and Attila Becskei -- Luminescence as a continuous real-time reporter of promoter activity in yeast undergoing respiratory oscillations or cell division rhythms / J. Brian Robertson and Carl Hirschie Johnson -- Linearizer gene circuits with negative feedback regulation / Dmitry Nevozhay, Rhys M. Adams, and Gabor Balazsi -- Measuring in vivo signaling kinetics in a mitogen-activated kinase pathway using dynamic input stimulation / Megan N. McClean, Pascal Hersen, and Sharad Ramanathan -- Stochastic analysis of gene expression / Xiu-Deng Zheng and Yi Tao -- Studying adaptation and homeostatic behaviors of kinetic networks by using MATLAB / Tormod Drengstig, Thomas Kjosmoen, and Peter Ruoff -- Biochemical systems analysis of signaling pathways to understand fungal pathogenicity / Jacqueline Garcia [and others] -- Clustering change patterns using fourier transformation with time-course gene expression data / Jaehee Kim -- Finding modulators of stochasticity levels by quantitative genetics / Steffen Fehrmann and Gael Yvert -- Functional mapping of expression quantitative trait loci that regulate oscillatory gene expression / Arthur Berg [and others] -- Evolutionary aspects of a genetic network : studying the lactose/galactose regulon of Kluyveromyces lactis / Alexander Anders and Karin D. Breunig -- Analysis of subtelomeric silencing in Candida glabrata / Alejandro Juarez-Reyes, Alejandro De Las Penas, and Irene Castano -- Morphological and molecular genetic analysis of epigenetic switching of the human fungal pathogen Candida albicans / Denes Hnisz, Michael Tscherner, and Karl Kuchler -- Quantitation of cellular components in Cryptococcus neoformans for system biology analysis / Arpita Singh, Asfia Qureshi, and Maurizio Del Poeta.
  • 2014From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Jeffrey S. Smith, Daniel J. Burke.
    Yeast transformation by the LiAc/SS carrier DNA/PEG method / R. Daniel Gietz -- Tetrad, random spore, and molecular analysis of meiotic segregation and recombination / Michael Lichten -- PCR mutagenesis and gap repair in yeast / Mark Weir and Jill B. Keeney -- PCR-mediated epitope tagging of genes in yeast / Radhika Mathur and Peter Kaiser -- Manipulating the yeast genome : deletion, mutation, and tagging by PCR / Jennifer M. Gardner and Sue L. Jaspersen -- Preparation of yeast cells for live-cell imaging and indirect immunofluorescence / Lucy F. Pemberton -- Single yeast cell imaging / Heimo Wolinski and Sepp D. Kohlwein -- Microfluidic platforms for generating dynamic environmental perturbations to study the responses of single yeast cells / Anjali Bisaria, Pascal Hersen, and Megan N. McClean -- Using two-hybrid interactions to identify separation-of- function mutations / Brian Haarer and David C. Amberg -- Synthetic genetic array analysis for global mapping of genetic networks in yeast / Elena Kuzmin [and six others] -- Chemical genetic and chemogenomic analysis in yeast / Namal V. C. Coorey [and three others] -- Phenomic assessment of genetic buffering by kinetic analysis of cell arrays / John Rodgers, Jingyu Guo, and John L. Hartman IV -- Detection of short-range chromatin interactions by chromosome conformation capture (3C) in yeast / Badri Nath Singh and Michael Hampsey -- Chromosome conformation capture (3C) of tandem arrays in yeast / Maria D. Mayán and Luis Aragón -- Global analysis of transcription factor-binding sites in yeast using ChIP-Seq / Philippe Lefrançois, Jennifer E. G. Gallagher, and Michael Snyder -- High-density tiling microarray analysis of the full transcriptional activity of yeast / Lior David, Sandra Clauder-Münster, and Lars M. Steinmetz -- Analysis of silencing in Saccharomyces cerevisiae / Andrew Miller and Ann L. Kirchmaier -- A user's guide to the ribosomal DNA in Saccharomyces cerevisiae / Joseph M. Johnson, Jeffrey S. Smith, and David A. Schneider -- Two-dimensional agarose gel electrophoresis for analysis of DNA replication / Sandra K. Villwock and Oscar M. Aparicio -- Replicative life span analysis in budding yeast / George L. Sutphin, Joe R. Delaney, and Matt Kaeberlein -- Metabolomic and lipidomic analyses of chronologically aging yeast / Vincent R. Richard, Simon D. Bourque, and Vladimir I. Titorenko.
  • 2016From: Springer
    José Ramos, Hana Sychrová, Maik Kschischo, editors.
    Membrane transport in yeast: an introduction -- Cell surface interference with plasma membrane and transport processes in yeasts -- 3. Proton transport and pH control in fungi -- 4. Function and regulation of fungal amino acid transporters: insights from predicted structure -- 5. Water transport in yeasts -- 6. Sugar and glycerol transport in Saccharomyces cerevisiae -- 7. The CRaZy calcium cycle -- 8. Potassium and sodium transport in yeast -- 9. Carboxylic acids plasma membrane transporters in Saccharomyces cerevisiae -- 10. Inorganic phosphate and sulfate transport in S. cerevisiae -- 11. Interactions between monovalent cations and nutrient homeostasis -- 12. Mathematical modelling of cation transport and regulation in yeast -- 13. Transport systems in halophilic fungi -- 14. Antifungals: mechanism of action and drug resistance -- 15. Candida efflux ATPases and antiporters in clinical drug resistance-- Index.
    Also available: Print – 2016
  • 2014From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Valeria Mapelli, Industrial Biotechnology, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenbug, Sweden.
    An overview on selection marker genes for transformation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae -- Natural and modified promoters for tailored metabolic engineering of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae -- Tools for genetic engineering of the yeast Hansenula polymorpha -- Molecular tools and protocols for engineering the acid-tolerant yeast Zygosaccharomyces bailii as a potential cell factory -- Strains and molecular tools for recombinant protein production in Pichia pastoris -- Methods for efficient high-throughput screening of protein expression in recombinant pichia pastoris strains -- Synthetic RNA switches for yeast metabolic engineering: Screening recombinant enzyme libraries -- Generation of arming yeasts with active proteins and peptides via cell surface display system: Cell surface engineering, bio-arming technology -- Genetic engineering of industrial Saccharomyces cerevisiae strains using a selection/counter-selection approach -- Evolutionary engineering of yeast -- Determination of a dynamic feeding strategy for recombinant pichia pastoris strains -- Yeast metabolomics: Sample preparation for a GC/MS based analysis -- 13CC-based metabolic flux analysis in yeast: The Pichia pastoris case -- Pathway activity profiling (PAPi): A tool for metabolic pathway analysis -- QTL mapping by pooled-segregant whole-genome sequencing in yeast -- Genome-scale metabolic models of yeast, methods for their reconstruction, and other applications -- Model-guided identification of gene deletion targets for metabolic engineering in Saccharomyces cerevisiae -- Patents: A tool to bring innovation from the lab bench to the marketplace.
  • 2014From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Wei Xiao.
    Basic investigations in Saccharomyces cerevisiae / Brendan P.G. Curran and Virginia Bugeja -- Isolation of yeast nucleic acids / Michael Biss, Michelle D. Hanna, and Wei Xiao -- Quantification of GFP signals by fluorescent microscopy and flow cytometry / Ting Wei and Heping Dai -- Yeast transformation by the LiAc/SS carrier DNA/PEG method / R. Daniel Gietz -- Targeted gene deletion in Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Schizosaccharomyces pombe 45 / Johannes H. Hegemann ... [et al.] -- See & catch method for studying protein complexes in yeast cells : a technique unifying fluorescence microscopy and mass spectrometry / Changhui Deng and Andrew N. Krutchinsky -- Yeast two-hybrid liquid screening / Elisa Donnard ... [et al.] -- Targeted mutagenesis of a specific gene in yeast / Likui Zhang, Alina Radziwon, and Linda J. Reha-Krantz -- Fluorescence staining of mitochondria for morphology analysis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae / Kai Stefan Dimmer -- Assays for autophagy I : the Cvt pathway and nonselective autophagy / Wei-Pang Huang, Takahiro Shintani, and Zhiping Xie -- Assays for autophagy II : mitochondrial autophagy / Tomotake Kanki and Koji Okamoto -- Biochemically characterizing the subcellular localization of peroxisomal proteins by fractionation, protease protection, and carbonate extraction / Danielle Hagstrom and Changle Ma -- Yeast survival and growth assays / Xin Xu, Amanda D. Lambrecht, and Wei Xiao -- Spontaneous mutagenesis assay / Susan Blackwell, Michelle D. Hanna, and Wei Xiao -- Mutational specificity analysis : assay for mutations in the yeast SUP4-o gene / Bernard A. Kunz -- piggyBac transposon-based insertional mutagenesis for the fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe / Jun Li and Li-Lin Du -- Replicative and chronological life-span assays / Spike D.L. Postnikoff and Troy A.A. Harkness -- Detection of protein arginine methylation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae / Christopher A. Jackson and Michael C. Yu -- Detection of protein posttranslational modifications from whole-cell extracts in Saccharomyces cerevisiae / Lindsay G. Ball and Wei Xiao -- Ligand engineering using yeast surface display / Benjamin J. Hackel -- Screening combinatorial libraries of cyclic peptides using the yeast two-hybrid assay / Kris Barreto and C. Ronald Geyer.
  • 2015From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Bin Liu.
    Protein engineering and selection using yeast surface display / Alessandro Angelini [and eight others] -- Isolation and validation of Anti-B7-H4 scFvs from an ovarian cancer scFv yeast-display library / Denarda Dangaj and Nathalie Scholler -- Combining phage and yeast cell surface antibody display to identify novel cell type-selective internalizing human monoclonal antibodies / Scott Bidlingmaier, Yang Su, and Bin Liu -- Yeast display-based antibody affinity maturation using detergent-solubilized cell lysates / Benjamin J. Tillotson, Jason M. Lajoie, and Eric V. Shusta -- Yeast endoplasmic reticulum sequestration screening for the engineering of proteases from libraries expressed in yeast / Li Yi [and five others]] -- T cell receptor engineering and analysis using the yeast display platform / Sheena N. Smith, Daniel T. Harris, and David M. Kranz -- Epitope-specific binder design by yeast surface display / Jasdeep K. Mann and Sheldon Park -- Applications of yeast surface display for protein engineering / Gerald M. Cherf and Jennifer R. Cochran -- Identification of novel protein-ligand interactions by exon microarray analysis of yeast surface displayed cDNA library selection outputs / Scott Bidlingmaier and Bin Liu -- Identification of posttranslational modification-dependent protein interactions using yeast surface displayed human proteome libraries / Scott Bidlingmaier and Bin Liu -- Utilizing yeast surface human proteome display libraries to identify small molecule-protein interactions / Scott Bidlingmaier and Bin Liu -- Enzyme evolution by yeast cell surface engineering / Natsuko Miura, Kouichi Kuroda, and Mitsuyoshi Ueda -- Electrochemical glucose biosensor based on glucose oxidase displayed on yeast surface / Hongwei Wang [and three others] -- Coupling binding to catalysis : using yeast cell surface display to select enzymatic activities / Keya Zhang [and three others] -- The use of yeast surface display in biofuel cells / Alon Szczupak and Lital Alfonta.
  • 2011From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Juan I. Castrillo, Stephen G. Oliver.
    Yeast systems biology : the challenge of eukaryotic complexity / Juan I. Castrillo and Stephen G. Oliver -- Saccharomyces cerevisiae : gene annotation and genome variability, state of the art through comparative genomics / Ed Louis -- Genome-wide measurement of histone H3 replacement dynamics in yeast / Oliver J. Rando -- Genome-wide approaches to studying yeast chromatin modifications / Dustin E. Schones, Kairong Cui, and Suresh Cuddapah -- Absolute and relative quantification of mRNA expression (transcript analysis) / Andrew Hayes, Bharat M. Rash, and Leo A.H. Zeef -- Enrichment of unstable non-coding RNAs and their genome-wide identification / Helen Neil and Alain Jacquier -- Genome-wide transcriptome analysis in yeast using high-density tiling arrays / Lior David, Sandra Clauder-Munster, and Lars M. Steinmetz -- RNA sequencing / Karl Waern, Ugrappa Nagalakshmi, and Michael Snyder -- Polyadenylation state microarray (PASTA) analysis / Traude H. Beilharz and Thomas Preiss -- Enabling technologies for yeast proteome analysis / Johanna Rees and Kathryn Lilley -- Protein turnover methods in single-celled organisms : dynamic SILAC / Amy J. Claydon and Robert J. Beynon -- Protein-protein interactions and networks : forward and reverse edgetics / Benoit Charloteaux [and others] -- Use of proteome arrays to globally identify substrates for E3 ubiquitin ligases / Avinash Persaud and Daniela Rotin -- Fit-for-purpose quenching and extraction protocols for metabolic profiling of yeast using chromatography-mass spectrometry platforms / Catherine L. Winder and Warwick B. Dunn -- Automated cell : compound and environment screening system (ACCESS) for chemogenomic screening / Michael Proctor [and others] -- Competition experiments coupled with high-throughput analyses for functional genomics studies in yeast / Daniela Delneri -- Fluorescence fluctuation spectroscopy and imaging methods for examination of dynamic protein interactions in yeast / Brian D. Slaughter, Jay R. Unruh, and Rong Li -- Nutritional control of cell growth via TOR signaling in budding yeast / Yuehua Wei and X.F. Steven Zheng -- Computational yeast systems biology: a case study for the MAP kinase cascade / Edda Klipp -- Standards, tools, and databases for the analysis of yeast 'omics data / Axel Kowald and Christoph Wierling -- Computational method to search for DNA structural motifs in functional genomic elements / Stephen C.J. Parker, Aaron Harlap, and Thomas D. Tullius -- High-throughput analyses and curation of protein interactions in yeast / Shoshana J. Wodak, Jim Vlasblom, and Shuye Pu -- Noise in biological systems : pros, cons, and mechanisms of control / Yitzhak Pilpel -- Genome-scale integrative data analysis and modeling of dynamic processes in yeast / Jean-Marc Schwartz and Claire Gaugain -- Genome-scale metabolic models of Saccharomyces cerevisiae / Intawat Nookaew [and others] -- Representation, simulation, and hypothesis generation in graph and logical models of biological networks / Ken Whelan, Oliver Ray, and Ross D. King -- Use of genome-scale metabolic models in evolutionary systems biology / Balazs Papp, Balazs Szappanos, and Richard A. Notebaart -- Contributions of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to understanding mammalian gene function and therapy / Nianshu Zhang and Elizabeth Bilsland.
  • 2010From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Cletus P. Kurtzman, Jack W. Fell and Teun Boekhout.
    Fully revised, updated and offered in a new two-volume format, The Yeasts: A Taxonomic Study, 5th Edition remains the most comprehensive presentation of yeast taxonomy and systematics available. Nearly 1500 species of ascomycete and basidiomycete yeasts are included, each description offering not only standard morphological and physiological characters, but also information on systematics, habitat, ecology, agricultural and biotechnological applications and clinical importance. Extensive introductory chapters discuss clinical aspects of yeasts, their role in biotechnology, food and beverage spoilage, agriculture and ecology, while other chapters include methodology for isolation of species from various habitats, phenotypic characterization, chemotaxonomy, gene sequence analysis and phylogenetics, including whole genome analysis. Additionally, easy-to-understand trees illustrate the phylogenetic placement of each species in its assigned genus as they have been determined from gene sequence analysis. This essential work, prepared by the leading experts in the field, is the most definitive treatment of taxonomy and systematics of yeasts on the market, and a necessary reference for any bookshelf or workbench. High quality photomicrographs and line drawings enhance world-class content Detailed trees clearly illustrate phylogenetic placement of each species in its assigned genus Discussion of clinical aspects of yeasts, including their role in biotechnology, agriculture and ecology help contextualize content for a wide range of researchers.
  • 2006From: Springer
    Amparo Querol, Graham Fleet, (eds.).
  • 2014From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Jerome F. Strauss III, Robert Barbieri.
    Yen & Jaffe's Reproductive Endocrinology helps you successfully diagnose and manage the spectrum of female and male reproductive system diseases, from impaired fertility, infertility, and recurrent pregnancy loss through problems of sexual development, puberty, menstrual disturbances, fibroids, endometriosis, and reproductive aging. This trusted endocrinology reference book is ideal for fellows preparing for the boards, endocrinologists preparing for recertification, or as a quick reference when making daily diagnostic and therapeutic decisions. It is just the resource you need to offer your patients the best possible reproductive care. Get unmatched guidance you can trust, such as fresh insights into today's field and future advances, through the knowledge gleaned from worldwide fertility experts in reproductive medicine.Further your study of Reproductive Endocrinology with a list of suggested readings at the end of each chapter.Conveniently access the fully searchable text and view all of the images online at Expert Consult.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Ruifu Yang, Andrey Anisimov, editors.
    Plague: a disease which changed the path of human civilization / Barbara Bramanti, Nils Chr. Stenseth, Lars Walløe, Xu Lei -- Discovery of the plague pathogen: lessons learned / Ruifu Yang, Thomas Butler -- Taxonomy of Yersinia pestis / Zhizhen Qi, Yujun Cui, Qingwen Zhang, Ruifu Yang -- Physiology of Yersinia pestis / Robert R. Brubaker -- Ecology of Yersinia pestis and the epidemiology of plague / Vladimir M. Dubyanskiy, Aidyn B. Yeszhanov -- Genome and evolution of Yersinia pestis / Yujun Cui, Yajun Song -- Pathology and pathogenesis of Yersinia pestis / Zongmin Du, Xiaoyi Wang -- Genetic regulation of Yersinia pestis / Yanping Han, Haihong Fang, Lei Liu, Dongsheng Zhou -- Yersinia pestis in the age of big data / Ruifu Yang, Vladimir L. Motin -- Immunology of Yersinia pestis infection / Yujing Bi -- Plague: clinics, diagnosis and treatment / Vladimir V. Nikiforov, He Gao, Lei Zhou, Andrey Anisimov -- Plague vaccines: status and future / Wei Sun -- Bacteriophages of Yersinia pestis / Xiangna Zhao, Mikael Skurnik -- Perspectives on Yersinia pestis: a model for studying zoonotic pathogens / Ruifu Yang, Yujun Cui, Yujing Bi.
    Also available: Print – 2016
  • 2015From: Springer
    Basant Pradhan.
    This book attempts to bridge the considerable gaps that exist between spiritual philosophies and evidence-based medicine and between the psychotherapeutic models of the East and the West. Based on the insights of both the ancient wisdom and modern medicine, this book presents Yogic science not just as a set of physical exercises or religious rituals but as theories about the mind that have bio-psycho-social implications in relation to health and illness. Drawing on his years of monastic training and his extensive experiential, clinical, and research knowledge on the utility of Yoga meditation in standardized and evidence-based medicine protocols, the author describes symptom-specific clinical applications of Yogic/meditative techniques using standardized protocols for the various psychiatric and psychosomatic conditions. In addition, he explains the value of these techniques in reducing stress and improving quality of life in healthy populations. Dr. Pradhan names the proposed integrative model of psychotherapy Yoga and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (Y-MBCT). Unlike other models, Y-MBCT uses Yoga in its entirety (all eight limbs, including meditation) rather than piecemeal. The standardized and evidence-based format of Yoga meditation described in this book will help all aspiring Yoga practitioners and will hopefully also provide the impetus for multicenter research studies on the value of this ancient wisdom.
  • 2017From: CRCnetBASE
    by André Marette, Éliane Picard-Deland, Melissa Anne Fernandez.
    Yogurt composition -- Yogurt consumption -- Weight management and obesity -- Type 2 diabetes -- Hypertension -- Cardiovascular disease -- Metabolic syndrome -- Yogurt and gut health -- Immune responses -- Cancer -- Allergy and atopic diseases -- Bone mineralization and osteoporosis.
  • 2017From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] H. Richard Winn.
  • 2014From: Springer
    edited by Fares S. Haddad.
    This book reviews the anatomy, imaging, and variety of surgical modalities available for the full spectrum of presentations of hip disease. Coverage ranges from problems in childhood and adolescence that limit activity, all the way through to sports-related problems with articular cartilage, the labrum, and impingement.
  • 2009From: Springer
    Jacques Neirynck ; translated by Laurence Garey.
    The controversial seat of myself -- A simple architecture of the brain -- Seeing through oneself : brain imaging -- Dispersed memories -- The prevention of Parkinson Disease -- The treatment of Alzheimer Disease -- The cerebrovascular accident -- The fatality of tumors -- Altered states of consciousness -- The myth of the artificial brain -- The power and the fragility of oneself.
  • 2015From: Cambridge
    edited by Alison Fiander, Baskaran Thilaganathan.
    "Fully updated to reflect changes to the curriculum and question format since publication of the original edition, this book is essential reading for all Part 1 MRCOG candidates. A chapter has been added to mirror the new curriculum domain of data interpretation. Edited by experienced RCOG examiners and written by contributors to the RCOG's revision course, this comprehensive textbook provides extensive coverage of all curriculum areas covered by the Part 1 examination (the basic sciences which are vital to the clinical practice of obstetrics and gynaecology). Fully illustrated in colour throughout to aid understanding, this is the one textbook that every Part 1 candidate should own. The content is complementary to RCOG's eLearning programme StratOG ( which offers a range of products to support training and professional development in obstetrics and gynaecology, including banks of Single Best Answer (SBA) questions that offer candidates invaluable practice at tackling this demanding examination"--Provided by publisher.
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    Making the right medical choices is harder than ever. Whether deciding on a cholesterol drug or choosing a cancer treatment, we are overwhelmed by information from all sides: our doctors' recommendations, dissenting expert opinions, confusing statistics, conflicting media reports, the advice of friends, claims on the Internet, and a never-ending stream of drug company ads. This book shows us how to chart a clear path through this sea of confusion. Drs. Groopman and Hartzband reveal that each of us has a set of deeply rooted beliefs whose profound influence we may not realize when we make medical decisions. Recognizing our preferences and the external factors that might lead our thinking astray can make a dramatic, even lifesaving, difference in our medical decision making. The authors drew on research and insights from patients, doctors, psychologists, economists, and other experts to help reveal the array of forces that can aid or impede our thinking--From publisher description.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Prashanth N. Suravajhala.
    The book is a ready reckoner aimed at the student community aspiring to take up a career in bioinformatics. The book firstly provides a perspective on the domain and addresses the challenges faced by community namely the attempts to understand data produced by genome sequencing projects. It then brings to light High Performance Computing (HPC) as it helps in interpreting and analyzing genome sequences. The book also dwells on how interactions in a systems (organism), the components that interact with each other and the outcome of such interactions. It then calls for a consensus on the tools like rapid and inexpensive DNA sequencing technologies, HAPMAP projects, Dollar One Genome (DOG), to enable a reader understand how bioinformatics transits from research, to vocation and avocation. Further it extols the virtues of in silico for bioinformatical predictions as it helps wet-lab biologists reduce time for experiments. Also it describes the intricacies of bioinformatics and its usefulness to wet-based biologists and other cross-disciplinarians. The book lists out 10 reasons for taking up bioinformatics as a career, and includes insights from global experts on the domain. It also makes a case for a mediocre student getting into bioinformatics with discipline, determination, dynamism and diligence. The book further describes BioinformaTICKS a tool for emerging as a winner in bioinformatics.
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    The Deep South has seen a 36 percent increase in AIDS cases while the rest of the nation has seen a 2 percent decline. Many of the underlying reasons for the disease's continued spread in the region--ignorance about HIV, reluctance to get tested, non-adherence to treatment protocols, resistance to behavioral changes--remain unaddressed by policymakers. In this extensively revised second edition, Kathryn Whettan and Brian Wells Pence present a rich discussion of twenty-five ethnographic life stories of people living with HIV in the South. Most importantly, they incorporate research from their recent quantitative study, "Coping with HIV/AIDS in the Southeast" (CHASE), which includes 611 HIV-positive patients from North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Louisiana. This new edition continues to bring the participant's voices to life while highlighting how the CHASE study confirmed many of the themes that originally emerged from the life histories. This is the first cohesive compilation of up-to-date evidence on the unique and difficult aspects of living with HIV in the Deep South.
  • 2000From: NLM
    prepared by Kristine M. Scannell ... [et al.].
    This bibliography reviews what has been written in the literature on the topic of youth violence for the past ten years. It focuses on the professional literature but newspaper articles have also been included. Its primary focus is youth violence in the United States with the exclusion of violence as it relates to war trauma. The citations are mainly in English or Spanish. URLs have been provided for those citations that link back to PubMed, ERIC, and other systems.

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