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  • 2009 Springer
    G.G. Delaini, T. Skr̆ic̆ka, G. Colucci, editors ; foreword by John Nicholls.
  • 2016
    James R. Doty, MD.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    The author relates how a chance encounter in a magic shop with a woman who taught him exercises to ease his sufferings and manifest his greatest desires gave him a glimpse of the relationship between the brain and the heart, and drove him to explore the neuroscience of compassion and altruism.
  • 2004 NCBI Bookshelf
    [edited by Joel G. Breman, Martin S. Alilio, and Anne Mills].
  • 2013 Cambridge
    Manu Malbrain, Jan De Waele.
  • 2006
    editor, Andrea Natale ; co-editors, David J. Wilber ... [et al.].
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Introduction -- Atrial chambers: gross anatomy and intracardiac phased-array echocardiography imaging -- Interatrial septum -- Role of intracardiac echocardiography for ablation of ventricular tachycardia -- Abnormal anatomy: left atrial structures -- Intracardiac echocardiography during catheter ablation for atrial fibrillation -- Transcatheter occlusion of left atrial appendage for stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation--potential role for intracardiac echocardiography -- Intracardiac echocardiography: transseptal catheterization -- Right atrium: ICE in anatomic definition, mapping and ablation -- Intracardiac echocardiography in the congenital catheterization laboratory -- Intrapericardial echocardiography: a novel catheter-based approach to cardiac imaging -- Three-dimensional echocardiography--future applications in interventional cardiology -- Future of image-guided therapies in interventional electrophysiology.
  • 2010
    Amin Nikoozadeh.
    Atrial fibrillation, the most common type of cardiac arrhythmia, now affects more than 2.2 million adults in the United States alone. Currently, electrophysiological interventions are performed under fluoroscopic guidance, which does not provide adequate soft-tissue resolution and exposes the patient and the operator to harmful ionizing radiation. Intracardiac echocardiography (ICE) provides real-time anatomical information that has proven valuable in reducing the fluoroscopy time and enhancing procedural success. This dissertation describes the design and implementation of two types of multi-functional, forward-looking ICE catheters developed using capacitive micromachined ultrasonic transducer (CMUT) technology: MicroLinear (ML) and Ring catheters. The ML catheter enables real-time, forward-looking 2D imaging using a 24-element, fine-pitch 1D CMUT phased array. The Ring catheter uses a 64-element, ring-shaped 2D CMUT array that enables real-time, forward-looking, volumetric imaging. Both of these catheters are equipped with custom-designed, front-end electronic circuits that are integrated with each transducer array at the catheter tip. The close integration of custom electronic circuits with the ML and Ring CMUT arrays improves the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) in each case by 18 dB and 20dB, respectively. The integration process of the CMUT arrays with the electronics dice in the tight space available for full catheter construction shows 100% yield. The characterization of the fully-integrated CMUT arrays demonstrates excellent pulse-echo response with over 100% fractional bandwidth as well as surface transmit pressure levels in excess of 1 MPa (peak-to-peak). The first fully-functional 9F ML CMUT ICE catheter shows remarkable in vivo imaging performance using porcine animal models. A similar in vivo imaging experiment with the first fully-functional 12F Ring CMUT ICE catheter proves very promising. The volumetric imaging capability of the Ring ICE catheter and the versatility offered by its inner lumen make it an attractive interventional device. This dissertation also introduces a novel CMUT structure, called PCMUT. The preliminary simulation and experimental verification of the PCMUT structure show that it is possible to fabricate CMUTs that exhibit non-flexural piston-like plate motion with a significantly improved volume displacement and fill-factor.
  • 2011 Springer
    Aleš Prokop, editor.
  • 2007 Springer
    edited by Ivan de Curtis.
  • 2011 Springer
    edited by John Zhang, Austin Colohan.
    The volume includes 75 papers which were presented at the Third International Conference on Intracerebral Hemorrhage, held in Rancho Mirage, California, in March 2010. The topics treated include animal models, pathophysiology of cerebral hemorrhage, experimental treatment for cerebral hemorrhage, cerebral hemorrhage clinical manifestations, prognosis of cerebral hemorrhage, and clinical management. The articles represent the recent advances in hemorrhagic brain injury research presented by highly respected laboratories around the world.
  • 2012 Thieme eNeurosurgery
    Duke S. Samson [and others].
    "In the face of rapid development and impressive improvements in endovascular technology and techniques, there remain a large number of intracranial aneurysms for which microvascular surgery remains either the only or the preferable management option. Additionally, the complications of endovascular treatment have generated a unique subset of aneurysms requiring special surgical skills. Preparation to meet the challenges raised by all of these lesions begins with assimilation of basic aneurysm surgical techniques and the development of a conceptual framework for their use. The most reliable training ground for excellent microsurgical technique remains cerebrovascular disease in general and aneurysm surgery in specific. Furthermore, despite the wide-spread availability of lengthy texts that address all aspects of intracranial vascular pathologies, there seems to remain a persistent demand for nitty-gritty technical advice presented in a consistent, straight-forward, didactic format"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2008 Springer
    edited by G. Manley, C. Hemphill, S. Stiver.
  • 2012 Springer
    edited by M. U. Schuhmann, M. Czosnyka.
    Digitised ICP over Three Decades -- Latency Relationships Between Cerebral Blood Flow Velocity and Intracranial Pressure -- The Linear Relationship Between Transcranial Doppler Pulsatility Indices and Intracranial Pressure Is Influenced by Traumatic Brain Injury and Vasospasm -- Time Constant of the Cerebral Arterial Bed -- Pulse Amplitude and Lempel-Ziv Complexity of the Cerebrospinal Fluid Pressure Signal -- Association Between ICP Pulse Waveform Morphology and ICP B Waves -- Computerized Data Analysis of Neuromonitoring Parameters Identifies Patients with Reduced Cerebral Compliance as Seen on CT -- Early Warning of EUSIG-Defined Hypotensive Events Using a Bayesian Artificial Neural Network -- Trigger Characteristics of EUSIG-Defined Hypotensive Events -- Go Green! Reusing Brain Monitoring Data Containing Missing Values: A Feasibility Study with Traumatic Brain Injury Patients -- Investigation of the Relationship Between Transcranial Impedance and Intracranial Pressure -- Bioinformatics Analysis of Mortality Associated with Elevated Intracranial Pressure in Children -- A Versatile Software for Assessment of CSF Dynamics -- Modified Brainstem Auditory Evoked Responses in Patients with Non-brainstem Compressive Cerebral Lesions -- Analysis of Intracranial Pressure Time Series Using Wavelets (Haar Basis Functions) -- Stationarity in Neuromonitoring Data -- Is ICP Solid or Fluid? In Vitro Biomechanical Model Using a Fluid-Saturated Gel -- Implantable ICP Monitor for Improved Hydrocephalus Management -- Intracranial Pressure Telemetry: First Experience of an Experimental In Vivo Study Using a New Device -- Telemetric ICP Measurement with the First CE-Approved Device: Data from Animal Experiments and Initial Clinical Experiences -- The New ICP Minimally Invasive Method Shows That the Monro-Kellie Doctrine Is Not Valid -- Non-Invasively Estimated ICP Pulse Amplitude Strongly Correlates with Outcome After TBI. Realization of a Comprehensive Non-invasive Detection of Intracranial Pressure Analyzer Based upon FVEP and TCD -- Electrophysiological Monitoring of Cochlear Function as a Non-invasive Method to Assess Intracranial Pressure Variations -- Autoregulatory Model Comparison and Optimisation Methodology -- Assessment of Cerebral Autoregulation from Respiratory Oscillations in Ventilated Patients After Traumatic Brain Injury -- Monitoring of the Association Between Cerebral Blood Flow Velocity and Intracranial Pressure -- How Does Moderate Hypocapnia Affect Cerebral Autoregulation in Response to Changes in Perfusion Pressure in TBI Patients? -- Correlation of Clinical Outcome and Angiographic Vasospasm with the Dynamic Autoregulatory Response After Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage -- Comparison of a New Brain Tissue Oxygenation Probe with the Established Standard -- Comparing Brain Tissue Oxygen Measurements and Derived Autoregulation Parameters from Different Probes (Licox vs. Raumedic) -- Experimental Comparison of the Measurement Accuracy of the Licox® and Raumedic® Neurovent-PTO Brain Tissue Oxygen Monitors -- Is PbrO2 Pressure Reactivity Index (ORx) Dependent on the Type of Oxygen Probe? An In Vivo Study -- Continuous Quantitative Monitoring of Cerebral Oxygen Metabolism in Neonates by Ventilator-Gated Analysis of NIRS Recordings -- Near Infrared Spectroscopy as Possible Non-invasive Monitor of Slow Vasogenic ICP Waves -- Drift of the Bowman Hemedex® Cerebral Blood Flow Monitor Between Calibration Cycles -- Quantification of Pulsatile Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow within the Prepontine Cistern -- Delta-ADC (Apparent Diffusion Coefficient) Analysis in Patients with Idiopathic Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus -- Evidence for Altered Spinal Canal Compliance and Cerebral Venous Drainage in Untreated Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension -- Automated Extraction of Decision Rules for Predicting Lumbar Drain Outcome by Analyzing Overnight Intracranial Pressure -- Lack of Correlation of Overnight Monitoring Data and Lumbar Infusion Data in iNPH Patients. Shunt-Dependent Hydrocephalus Following Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Correlates with Increased S100B Levels in Cerebrospinal Fluid and Serum -- Normal Hypocretin-1 (Orexin A) Levels in Cerebrospinal Fluid in Patients with Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension -- Frontal and Temporal Horn Ratio: A Valid and Reliable Index to Determine Ventricular Size in Paediatric Hydrocephalus Patients? -- Intraventricular Cooling During CSF Infusion Studies -- An Uncommon Case of Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension with Diagnostic Pitfalls -- Micro-fabricated Shunt to Mimic Arachnoid Granulations for the Treatment of Communicating Hydrocephalus -- On the Method of a Randomised Comparison of Programmable Valves with and Without Gravitational Units: The SVASONA Study -- Idiopathic Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus: Results of a Prospective Cohort of 236 Shunted Patients -- Idiopathic Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus (iNPH) and Co-Morbidity: An Outcome Analysis of 134 Patients -- Intracranial Pressure Measurement in Infants Presenting with Progressive Macrocephaly and Enlarged Subarachnoid Spaces -- Treatment Options for Intracranial Arachnoid Cysts: A Retrospective Study of 69 Patients -- A Microdialysis Study of Oral Vigabatrin Administration in Head Injury Patients: Preliminary Evaluation of Multimodality Monitoring -- The Atrial Natriuretic Peptide Does Not Serve Osmoregulation but Predicts Outcome Following Brain Injury -- Bedside Study of Cerebral Critical Closing Pressure in Patients with Severe Traumatic Brain Injury: A Transcranial Doppler Study -- Traumatic Brain Injury in the Elderly: A Significant Phenomenon -- Fixed, Dilated Pupils Following Traumatic Brain Injury: Historical Perspectives, Causes and Ophthalmological Sequelae -- Why Mortality Is Still High with Modern Care of 613 Evacuated Mass Lesions Presented as Severe Head Injuries 1999-2009 -- Late Decompressive Craniectomy as Rescue Treatment for Refractory High Intracranial Pressure in Children and Adults -- CT Angiography as a Confirmatory Test in Brain Death. The Imaging Diagnosis and Prognosis Assessment of Patients with Midbrain Injury in the Acute Phase of Craniocerebral Injury -- The Effect of Intraventricular Thrombolysis in Combination with Low-Frequency Head Motion After Severe Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: Interim Analysis of Safety, Clot Clearance Rate and Delayed Cerebral Ischemia -- Early CT Perfusion Measurement After Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: A Screening Method to Predict Outcome? -- Cerebrospinal Fluid Lactate Concentration After Withdrawal of Metabolic Suppressive Therapy in Subarachnoid Hemorrhage -- Effect of Increased ICP and Decreased CPP on DND and Outcome in ASAH -- Prior Statin Use Has No Effect on Survival After Intracerebral Hemorrhage in a Multiethnic Asian Patient Cohort -- The Impact of Silver Nanoparticle-Coated and Antibiotic-Impregnated External Ventricular Drainage Catheters on the Risk of Infections: A Clinical Comparison of 95 Patients -- Dependence of Cerebrospinal Fluid Pressure and Volume on the Changes in Serum Osmolarity in Cats -- The Effect of Body Position on Intraocular and CSF Pressures in the Lateral Ventricle, and in Cortical and Lumbar Subarachnoid Spaces in Cats -- Pressure Reactivity Index Correlates with Metabolic Dysfunction in a Porcine Model of Intracerebral Hemorrhage -- Evidence of Spreading Depolarizations in a Porcine Cortical Intracerebral Hemorrhage Model -- Spontaneous Cortical Spreading Depression and Intracranial Pressure Following Acute Subdural Hematoma in a Rat -- The Peptide AF-16 and the AF Protein Counteract Intracranial Hypertension -- Influence of Isoflurane on Neuronal Death and Outcome in a Rat Model of Traumatic Brain Injury -- Correlation of the Intracranial Pressure to the Central Venous Pressure in the Late Phase of Acute Liver Failure in a Porcine Model -- Visualisation of Cortical pO2 During an Epidural Mass Lesion in Rodents -- Development of an Experimental Model to Study the Pathophysiology of Cerebral Salt Wasting Following Subarachnoid Hemorrhage.
  • 2016 Springer
    Beng-Ti Ang, editor.
  • 2015 Thieme-Connect
    [edited by] L. Dade Lunsford, Jason P. Sheehan.
  • 2009 Thieme eNeurosurgery
    [edited by] L. Dade Lunsford, Jason P. Sheehan.
    Stereotactic radiosurgery from notion to practice / Erik-Olof Backlund -- Radiobiology of stereoatactic radiosurgery / John C. Flickinger -- How brain tumors respond to stereoatactic radiosurgery / György T. Szeifert ... [et al.] -- Image-guided stereoatactic radiosurgery / Jasvinder Nangiana, John R. Adler Jr., and Steven D. Chang -- Stereoatactic radiosurgery for arteriovenous malformations / L. Dade Lunsford ... [et al.] -- Stereoatactic radiosurgery for dural arteriovenous fistulas / Michael Söderman ... [et al.] -- Stereoatactic radiosurgery for cavernomas / Bengt Karlsson and Michael Söderman -- Stereoatactic radiosurgery for meningiomas / Douglas Kondziolka ... [et al.] -- Stereoatactic radiosurgery for pituitary adenomas / Jay Jagannathan ... [et al.] -- Stereoatactic radiosurgery for skull base chordomas and chondrosarcomas / Jean-Louis Habrand ... [et al.] -- Stereoatactic radiosurgery for glomus tumors / Jeffrey T. Jacob ... [et al.] -- Stereoatactic radiosurgery for vestibular schwannomas / Nicholas Massager and Marc Levivier -- Stereoatactic radiosurgery for nonvestibular schwannomas / Ajay Niranjan ... [et al.] -- Stereoatactic radiosurgery for trigeminal neuralgia / Jean Régis ... [et al.] -- Stereoatactic radiosurgery for movement disorders / Joel Bauman and John Y.K. Lee -- Stereoatactic radiosurgery for epilepsy / Mark Quigg and Nicholas M. Barbaro -- Stereoatactic radiosurgery for ocular disorders / Roman Lis̆c̆ák and Gabriela Śimonová -- Stereoatactic radiosurgery for gliomas / Gregory J.A. Murad and William A. Friedman -- Stereoatactic radiosurgery for brain metastases / Mayur Jayarao, Lawrence S. Chin, and William F. Regine -- Stereoatactic radiosurgery for pediatric brain tumors / Simon S. Lo, Gene H. Barnett, and John H. Suh.
  • 2005 Springer
    edited by M. Forsting ; foreword by K. Sartor.
  • 2008 Springer
    M. Forsting, I. Wanke., eds. ; with contributions by C. Cognard ... [et al.] ; foreword by M. Knauth.
  • 2006
    editor Warren T. Blume ; associate editors, Peter L. Carlen ... [et al.].
  • 2012 Springer
    Marcel B.M. Teunissen, editor.
    Understanding the murine cutaneous dendritic cell network to improve intradermal vaccination strategies -- Insight into the immunobiology of human skin and functional specialization of skin dendritic cell subsets to innovate intradermal vaccination design -- Delivery systems for intradermal vaccination -- Targeting skin dendritic cells to improve intradermal vaccination -- Intradermal rabies vaccination : the evolution and future of pre- and post-exposure prophylaxis -- Intradermal vaccination to protect against yellow fever and influenza -- The dermis as a portal for dendritic cell-targeted immunotherapy of cutaneous melanoma -- DNA vaccines and intradermal vaccination by DNA tattooing
  • 2014 Springer
    Masao Tanaka, editor.
    Intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasms (IPMNs) represent an opportunity to treat pancreatic tumors before they develop into aggressive, hard-to-treat cancers. Beginning with morphological classification and its clinical significance, natural history, and malignant change of both main duct and branch duct IPMNs, this book covers the whole field of IPMNs of the pancreas. It reviews the various methods of investigation: imaging, diagnostic investigation of cyst fluid, and those using pancreatic juice; and also examines aspects ranging from the development of malignancy to the timing and method of resection, focusing on both main duct and branch duct IPMNs. Aimed at residents, clinical fellows, and pancreatologists who treat patients with this common disease of the pancreas, this book is a landmark in the current understanding and future perspectives of IPMNs of the pancreas.
  • 2009 Springer
    Maode Lai, editor.
  • 2015 Springer
    Pol M. Rommens, Martin H. Hessmann, editors.
    This book provides fundamental and practical knowledge in the treatment of fractures, healing disturbances and bone disorders with intramedullary nailing. It comprehensively discusses this biological and mechanical technique for appropriate indications and aims to ameliorate the standard of care for those patients who can benefit from intramedullary nailing. Its purpose is to guide the readers on the ?why, when, and how? for intramedullary nailing and is the first comprehensive resource to cover the actual know-how of this technique. Intramedullary Nailing: A Comprehensive Guide brings together a large number of experts and opinion leaders in the field of operative fracture care and reconstructive surgery to share their extensive experience with the readership of this book. Orthopedic trauma surgeons from all over the world, who work in many different circumstances and with the most diverse technical and logistical equipment, will find this book to be an essential resource and guide for utilizing this technique in clinical practice.
  • 2007 Springer
    edited by Nigel M. Hooper and Uwe Lendeckel.
    Site-2 protease at ten -- Signal peptide peptidases -- GXGD-type intramembrane proteases -- Rhomboid intramembrane serine proteases -- Proteases of the Rhomboid family in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae -- [gamma]-Secretase and Alzheimer's disease -- [gamma]-Secretase mediated proteolysis: at the cutting edge of notch signaling.
  • 2016 Springer
    edited by Manfred Zierhut ... [and others].
    Anatomy -- Classification and Terminology -- Immunology and Experimental Uveitis -- Epidemiology -- Evaluation (History, Examination) -- Serology -- Fluorescence Angiography/Indocyanin Angiography -- Ocular Coherence Tomography -- Electrodiagnostic Tests -- Ultrasonography -- Ocular Biopsy -- Diagnostic Vitrectomy -- Laser Flare Photometry -- AC Diagnostics -- Diagnostic Imaging Procedures -- Genetics -- Uveitis and Clinical Trials -- Evidence Based Medicine -- General Considerations.- Corticosteroids -- Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs -- Anti-TNF-alpha-Blocking Agents.- Azathioprine.- Chlorambucil.- Cyclophosphamide -- New Drugs -- Intraocular Drug Delivery.- Cataract.- Macular Edema.- Glaucoma -- Subretinal Fibrosis.- Vitrectomy -- Anterior Uveitis -- Intermediate Uveitis -- Posterior Uveitis -- White-Dot-Syndrom.- Panuveitis -- Retinal Vasculitis.- Retinitis -- Uveitis in Children.
  • 2016 Springer
    Thomas H. Williamson.
    Surgical Philosophy -- Finite Element Analysis (FEA), Material Properties and Tissue Geometry in Ophthalmology -- Surgical principles: Instruments -- Surgical Principles: Wounds and Tissue Manipulation -- Surgical Principles: Compartments -- Surgical Principles: Machines -- Surgical Principles: Fluids -- Surgical Principles: Microscopes, Light and Lasers -- Surgical Principles: Suturing. .
  • 2015 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Alberto Marchevsky, Fadi W. Abdul-Karim, Bonnie Balzer.
    "When a patient is under anesthesia, every second counts. An intraoperative consultation provides essential information to ensure every operation has a successful conclusion. The stakes are high and the challenges are great -- no special stains, limited access for consultation with colleagues, often suboptimal slide preparation, and cases that may be out of a pathologist's normal sphere of practice. Diagnostic Pathology: Intraoperative Consultation is designed to be the best resource when pathologists need assistance. No time is wasted looking for information because each chapter is directed to a specific question posed by a surgeon, such as 'Does this patient have pancreatic cancer?', 'Is there an intrauterine pregnancy?', 'Does this patient have lung cancer?', or 'Are the margins free of carcinoma?' The clinical setting and what the surgeon needs to know -- and why -- are explained. Specimen processing (gross and microscopic), tissue selection, and reporting of results are detailed. All major entities in the differential diagnosis are described and shown in photographs. Major pitfalls are discussed and illustrated. This is the book every pathologist will want at their side the next time a page calls them to the frozen section room"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2012 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Donald C. Oxorn.
    Intraoperative Echocardiography - a volume in the exciting new Practical Echocardiography Series edited by Dr. Catherine M. Otto -provides practical, how-to guidance on intraoperative echocardiography in adult and pediatric patients. Definitive, expert instruction from Dr. Donald C. Oxorn is presented in a highly visual, case-based approach that facilitates understanding and equips you to master this difficult technique while overcoming the unique challenges and risks it presents. Master challenging and advanced intraoperative echocardiography techniques such as epiaortic echocardiography and 3-D echocardiography through a practical, step-by-step format that provides a practical approach to image acquisition and analysis, technical details, pitfalls, and case examples. Reference the information you need quickly thanks to easy-to-follow, templated chapters, with an abundance of figures and tables that facilitate visual learning. Become an expert in echocardiographic evaluation of complex valvular heart disease, congenital heart disease, and intravascular devices in patients undergoing cardiac surgery and interventional cardiology procedures.
  • 2011 Springer
    edited by M. Necmettin Pamir, Volker Seifert, Talat Kiriş.
    From vision to reality: the origins of intraoperative MR imaging -- Development of intraoperative MRI: a personal journey -- Lows and highs: 15 years of development in intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging -- Intraoperative imaging in neurosurgery: where will the future take us? -- Development and design of low field compact intraoperative MRI for standard operating room -- Low field intraoperative MRI in glioma surgery -- Intraoperative MRI (ioMRI) in the setting of awake craniotomies for supratentorial glioma resection -- Glioma extent of resection and ultra-low-field iMRI: interim analysis of a prospective randomized trial -- Impact of a low-field intraoperative MRI on the surgical results for high-grade gliomas -- Intraoperative MRI and functional mapping -- Information-guided surgical management of gliomas using low-field-strength intraoperative MRI -- Implementation of the ultra low field intraoperative MRI PoleStar N20 during resection control of pituitary adenomas -- Intraoperative MRI for stereotactic biopsy -- The evolution of iMRI utilization for pediatric neurosurgery: a single center experience -- Implementation and preliminary clinical experience with the use of ceiling mounted mobile high field intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging between two operating rooms -- High-field iMRI in glioblastoma surgery: improvement of resection radicality and survival for the patient? -- Image guided aneurysm surgery in a Brainsuite ioMRI Miyabi 1.5 T environment -- From intraoperative angiography to advanced intraoperative imaging: the Geneva experience -- Intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging -- 3 T ioMRI: the Istanbul experience -- Intraoperative 3.0 T magnetic resonance imaging using a dual-independent room: long-term evaluation of time-cost, problems, and learning-curve effect -- Multifunctional surgical suite (MFSS) with 3.0 T iMRI: 17 months of experience -- Intraoperative MRI at 3.0 Tesla: a movable magnet -- One year experience with 3.0 T intraoperative MRI in pituitary surgery -- Intraoperative computed tomography -- Intraoperative CT in spine surgery -- O-arm guided balloon kyphaplasty: preliminary experience of 16 consecutive patients -- Intraoperative imaging with 3D ultrasound in neurosurgery -- Intraoperative 3-dimensional ultrasound for resection control during brain tumor removal: preliminary results of a prospective randomized study -- Advantages and limitations of intraoperative 3D ultrasound in neurosurgery: technical note -- Integrated intraoperative room design -- Multimodal navigation integrated with imaging -- Multimodality imaging suite: neo-futuristic diagnostic imaging operating suite marks a significant milestone for innovation in medical technology -- Improving patient safety in the intraoperative MRI suite suing an on-duty safety nurse, safety manual and checklist -- Operating room integration and telehealth -- Intraoperative robotics: NeuroArm -- Clinical requirements and possible applications of robot assisted endoscopy in skull base and sinus surgery -- Robotic technology in spine surgery: current applications and future developments -- Microscope integrated indocyanine green video-angiography in cerebrovascular surgery -- Application of intraoperative indocyanine green angiography for CNS tumors: results on the first 100 cases -- A technical description of the brain tumor window model: an in vivo model for the evaluation of intraoperative contrast agents.
    Also available: Print – 2011
  • 2014 Springer
    Ferenc A. Jolesz, editor.
    Image-guided therapy (IGT) uses imaging to improve the localization and targeting of diseased tissue and to monitor and control treatments. During the past decade, image-guided surgeries and image-guided minimally invasive interventions have emerged as advances that can be used in place of traditional invasive approaches. Advanced imaging technologies such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT), and positron emission tomography (PET) entered into operating rooms and interventional suites to complement already-available routine imaging devices like X-ray and ultrasound. At the same time, navigational tools, computer-assisted surgery devices, and image-guided robots also became part of the revolution in interventional radiology suites and the operating room. Intraoperative Imaging and Image-Guided Therapy explores the fundamental, technical, and clinical aspects of state-of the-art image-guided therapies. It presents the basic concepts of image guidance, the technologies involved in therapy delivery, and the special requirements for the design and construction of image-guided operating rooms and interventional suites. It also covers future developments such as molecular imaging-guided surgeries and novel innovative therapies like MRI-guided focused ultrasound surgery. IGT is a multidisciplinary and multimodality field in which teams of physicians, nurses, and other professionals, such as physicists, engineers, and computer scientists, collaborate in performing these interventions, an approach that is reflected in the organization of the book. Contributing authors include members of the National Center of Image-Guided Therapy program at Brigham and Womens Hospital and international leaders in the field of IGT.
  • 2011 Springer
    edited by Leonard L. Gunderson, Christopher G. Willett, Felipe A. Calvo, Louis B. Harrison.
    General rationale and historical perspective -- Rationale and historical perspective of intraoperative irradiation -- Biology of large dose per fraction irradiation -- Methods and techniques of treatment -- Intraoperative electron beam irradiation: physics and techniques -- HDR-IORT: physics and techniques -- Electronic brachytherapy/low KV-IORT: physics and techniques -- IORT with electron-beam, high-dose-rate brachytherapy or low-KV/electronic brachytherapy: methodological comparisons -- Normal tissue tolerance: IORT -- Normal-tissue tolerance to IOERT, EBRT, or both: animal and clinical studies -- Results of IORT alone or plus EBRT by disease site -- Central nervous system tumors -- Head and neck cancer -- Breast cancer -- Lung cancer -- Gastric cancer -- Pancreas cancer -- Bile duct and gallbladder cancer -- Primary colorectal cancer -- Recurrent colorectal cancer -- Retroperitoneal sarcomas -- Extremity and trunk soft-tissue sarcomas -- Bone sarcomas -- Gynecologic malignancies -- Genitourinary cancer -- Pediatric malignancies -- Conclusions and future possibilities -- Conclusions and future possibilities: IORT.
  • 2011 Thieme eNeurosurgery
    [edited by] Walter A. Hall, Christopher Nimsky, Charles L. Truwit.
    "Intraoperative MR-Guided Neurosurgery contains detailed coverage of this state-of-the-art technology from the pioneers who developed it. World-renowned neurosurgeons and neuroradiologists combine their collective wisdom and experience to demonstrate how MR-guided neuronavigation can be used to view real-time images of a patient's brain during surgery to help remove tumors with greater precision. The authors provide step-by-step descriptions of how to perform procedures, including advice based on their clinical results. Readers will learn about the advantages and drawbacks of the various MR imaging systems, clinical indications for MR-guidance, anesthesia considerations, safety concerns related to working in a magnetic environment, and much more"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2012 Springer
    Cynthia T. Welsh, editor.
    This volume acquaints the non-neuropathologist with the advantages of clinical-radiologic-pathologic correlation in neuropathology specimens, particularly in the intra-operative environment. This volume covers the enormous and sometimes insurmountable artifacts involed with freezing tissue, especially central nervous system tissue and how a good cytology preparation can add to, or even supply in isolation, a diagnosis. The text presents how to perform, and stain the cytologic preparations, and how to interpret them. The advantages and disadvantages of both frozen sections and cytologic preparations of various kinds are discussed. The presentation and format is very visual with diagrams, tables (including pearls and pitfalls), and many figures (therefore easy reading).An introductory chapter presents the pros and cons of supplemental cytology, the advantages and disadvantages of frozen sections, and the artifacts in both. Also included is an argument for knowing what the scans reveal and the impact of relevant patient history. The volume uses a case-based approach to show correlation between scan, history, frozen section and cytologic preparations.With the combination of extensive correlation of scans, cytology and frozen section with differential diagnosis, and analysis of the information crucial to the neurosurgeon in a case-based approach and with a special chapter written by a neuroradiologist, this volume is unique in presentation and utility and will be of great value to the trainee in pathology (residents/fellows), and practicing pathologists who include neuropathology in their practice, but do not have formal fellowship training in neuropathology.
  • 2006 Springer
    Aage R. Møller.
  • 2011 Springer
    Aage R. Moller.
    Basis of intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring -- Generation of electrical activity in the nervous system and muscles -- Practical aspects of recording evoked activity from nerves, fiber tracts and nuclei -- Anatomy and physiology of sensory systems -- Monitoring somatosensory evoked potentials -- Monitoring auditory evoked potentials -- Monitoring visual evoked potentials -- Anatomy and physiology of motor systems -- Practical aspects of monitoring spinal motor systems -- Practical aspects of monitoring cranial motor nerves -- Anatomy and physiology of peripheral nerves -- Practical aspects of monitoring peripheral nerves -- Identification of specific neural tissue -- Intraoperative diagnosis and guidance in an operation -- Anesthesia and its constraints in monitoring motor and sensory systems -- General considerations about intraoperative neurophysiology and monitoring -- Equipment, recording techniques, and data analysis and stimulation -- Evaluating the benefits of intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring.
  • 2016 Springer
    Francesco Prada, Luigi Solbiati, Alberto Martegani, Francesco DiMeco, editors.
    General aspects: Clinical US, historical aspects -- US physics, basic principles and clinical application -- B-mode ultrasound: Ultrasound system set up and general semeiology -- Echographic brain semeiology and topographic anatomy according to surgical approaches -- Intraoperative findings in brain tumor surgery -- IOUS B-mode intra-operative findings in spinal lesions -- IOUS B-mode intra-operative findings in peripheral nerve pathologies -- Multimodal imaging in glioma surgery -- Doppler imaging: Basic principles and clinical application.- Intra-operative Ultrasound, Fusion imaging and Virtual Navigation: Virtual navigation and interventional procedures. Navigable ultrasound, 3D ultrasound and fusion imaging in neurosurgery -- Contrast enhanced ultrasound (CEUS): Basic principles, general application and future trends -- CEUS in neurosurgery -- Elastosonography: Ultrasound Elastography.
  • 2012 Springer
    Antonio Malvasi, editor.
    Clinical Evaluation of Labor and Intrapartum Sonography / Thomas Popowski, Patrick Rozenberg -- General Intrapartum Sonography Setup and Use in Labor / Miguel Angel Barber -- The Use of Two-Dimensional (2D) and Three-Dimensional (3D) Ultrasound in the First Stage of Labor / Ariel L. Zimerman -- Intrapartum Sonography and Labor Progression / Torbjørn Moe Eggebø -- Occiput Posterior Position and Intrapartum Sonography / Antonino F. Barbera -- Asynclitism: Clinical and Intrapartum Diagnosis in Labor / Antonino F. Barbera -- The Angle of Progression: An Objective Assessment of Fetal Head Descent in the Birth Canal / Antonino F. Barbera -- Head Rotation in Labor and Intrapartum Sonography Diagnosis with 2D and 3D / Tullio Ghi, Aly Youssef -- Intrapartum Translabial Ultrasound (ITU) to Assess Birth Progress / Boris Tutschek, Thorsten Braun -- Use of Cervical Length in Labor and Delivery / Sushma Potti -- Intrapartum Sonography and Clinical Risk Management / Andrea Tinelli, Sarah Gustapane -- New Technologies for Monitoring Labor Progress / Dan Farine -- Fetal Progression in Birth Canal: State of the Art / Anna Maria Dückelmann.
  • 2007 Springer
    edited by C. William Helm and Robert P. Edwards.
    Management of ovarian cancer : the theory / Maurie Markman -- Management of ovarian cancer : clinical trials / Maurie Markman -- A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized trials / Kenneth Jaaback -- Immunobiology and intraperitoneal immunobiologics in ovarian cancer / Ralph S. Freedman -- Intraperitoneal chemotherapy : technique and complications / Joan L. Walker -- Hyperthermia and chemotherapy : the science / Roger A. Vertrees, Jeffrey M. Jordan, and Joseph B. Zwischenberger -- Hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy in nongynecologic cancers / Bing Yi, Jason M. Foster, and Brian W. Loggie -- Peritoneal carcinomatosis of colorectal origin / Frans A.N. Zoetmulder -- Cytoreductive surgery and hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy for ovarian cancer : experience in France / Olivier Glehen and Francois-Noel Gilly -- Cytoreductive surgery and hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy for ovarian cancer : world experience / C. William Helm -- Techniques of delivering hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy / Jesus Esquivel, Paul H. Sugarbaker, and C. William Helm -- Future directions in the delivery of hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy / Scott Richard and Robert P. Edwards.
  • 2010 Springer
    David S. Alberts, Mary C. Clouser, Lisa M. Hess (editors).
    Current chemotherapy of ovarian cancer -- Principles of intraperitoneal chemotherapy -- Intraperitoneal chemotherapy: phase III trials -- Criteria for using intraperitoneal (IP) chemotherapy for advanced ovarian cancer -- Selection and placement of intraperitoneal catheters for IP chemotherapy for ovarian cancer -- Selection of drugs for intraperitoneal chemotherapy for ovarian cancer -- Administration guidelines for intraperitoneal chemotherapy for ovarian cancer -- Novel drugs for intraperitoneal therapy for ovarian cancer -- Cytoreductive surgery and perioperative intraperitoneal chemotherapy: an ongoing research effort -- Health-related quality of life and patient-reported outcomes.
  • 2016 Springer
    Michael H. Picard, Jonathan J. Passeri, Jacob P. Dal-Bianco, editors.
  • 2005 Springer
    Yuri P. Altukhov.
  • 2012 ClinicalKey
    volume editors, Sudhir Diwan, Asokumar Buvanendran.
    Section 1. General considerations -- section 2. Implant devices -- section 3. Evidence-based practice -- section 4. Intrathecal drug delivery systems for spasticity -- section 5. Future of intrathecal drug delivery systems.
  • 2015
    Intrauterine devices (IUDs) are one of the most effective forms of reversible contraception. IUDs, along with implants, are known as long-acting reversible contraception (LARCs) because they can be used to prevent pregnancy for several years. IUDs have been used in the U.S. for decades, but a safety controversy in the 1970s prompted the removal of all but one IUD from the U.S. market by 1986. The first new generation IUD was introduced to the U.S. market in 1988, following revised Food and Drug Administration (FDA) safety and manufacturing requirements. Recent controversies have focused on the mechanism of action of IUDs, the high upfront costs for the device, and variability in insurance coverage and access. This fact sheet reviews the various IUDs approved by the FDA, awareness, use, and availability of IUDs, and key issues in insurance coverage and financing of IUDs in the U.S.
  • 2015 Karger
    volume editors, Philip C. Calder, Dan L. Waitzberg, Berthold Koletzko.
    Introduction to fatty acids and lipids / Burdge, G.C., Calder, P.C. -- Fatty acids, lipid emulsions, and the immune and inflammatory systems / Miles, E.A., Calder, P.C. -- Importance of fatty acids in the perinatal period / Demmelmair, H., Koletzko, B. -- Commercial lipid emulsions and all-in-one mixtures for intravenous infusion : composition and physicochemical properties / Driscoll, D.F. -- In vivo handling and metabolism of lipid emulsions / Carpentier, Y.A., Deckelbaum, R.J. -- Parenteral lipids : safety aspects and toxicity / Wanten, G.J.A. -- Intravenous lipids in preterm infants : impact on laboratory and clinical outcomes and long-term consequences / Vlaardingerbroek, H., Van Goudoever, J.B. -- Intravenous lipid emulsions in term infants : impact on laboratory and clinical outcomes and long-term consequences / Hartman, C., Shamir, R. -- Intestinal failure-associated liver disease and the use of fish oil-based lipid emulsions / Goulet, O.J. -- Intravenous lipids in adult surgical patients / Klek, S., Waitzberg, D.L. -- Intravenous lipids in adult intensive care unit patients / Hecker, M., Mayer, K. -- Intravenous fish oil in adult intensive care unit patients / Heller, A.R. -- Intravenous lipids in home parenteral nutrition / Pironi, L., Agostini, F., Guidetti, M. -- The complexity of prescribing intravenous lipid emulsions / Waitzberg, D.L., Matos de Miranda Torrinhas, R.S. -- Use of intravenous lipids : what do the guidelines say? -- Singer, P., Theilla, M., Cohen, J.
  • 2012
    Betty L. Gahart, Adrienne R. Nazareno.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2010
    Betty L. Gahart, Adrienne R. Nazareno.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    This edition provides everything you need to administer IV medications quickly, accurately, and safely. ... [Includes] detailed information on 8 IV drugs recently approved by the FDA. --back cover.
  • 2015 Springer
    Albert J. Augustin, editor.
    This book explains how to use intravitreal steroids optimally in the management of patients with intraocular inflammation (uveitis) and macular edema. The rationale for this treatment approach is first explained by examining the pathophysiology of these disease entities, with particular attention to the major role of inflammatory processes. Devices for the delivery of steroids to the eye are discussed, and guidance provided on the role of imaging studies before, during, and after steroid therapy. The value of different steroidal approaches is then considered in detail. Other topics addressed include the use of steroids as a surgical adjunct and within a combination strategy. Uveitis and macular edema are common sight-threatening diseases or complications of diabetes and retinal vein occlusion for which no adequate treatment was available until recently. Both trainees and practitioners will find Intravitreal Steroids to be an invaluable aid in combating these blinding diseases.
  • 2013 Springer
    Bryan R. Cullen, editor.
    The APOBEC3 Family of Retroelement Restriction Factors / Eric W. Refsland, Reuben S. Harris -- Inhibition of Retroviral Replication by Members of the TRIM Protein Family / Adam J. Fletcher, Greg J. Towers -- The Antiviral Activities of Tetherin / Stuart J. D. Neil -- Restriction of Retroviral Infection of Macrophages / Mark Sharkey -- Rapid Adversarial Co-Evolution of Viruses and Cellular Restriction Factors / Welkin E. Johnson -- RNA Interference-Mediated Intrinsic Antiviral Immunity in Plants / György Szittya, József Burgyán -- RNA Interference-Mediated Intrinsic Antiviral Immunity in Invertebrates / Arabinda Nayak, Michel Tassetto, Mark Kunitomi, Raul Andino -- Roles of MicroRNAs in the Life Cycles of Mammalian Viruses / Eva Gottwein -- Interplay Between DNA Tumor Viruses and the Host DNA Damage Response / Karyn McFadden, Micah A. Luftig.
  • 2012
    Ye Emily Wu.
    Nervous system function requires the structural and functional integrity of chemical synapses, the fundamental units of neural communication. Synapse formation requires the packaging of synaptic vesicle (SV) and active zone (AZ) proteins into vesicular cargoes in the cell soma, their long-distance microtubule-dependent transport down the axon and finally, their clustering and assembly into functional complexes at specific sites. The subcellular localization, size, and number of synapses diverse greatly between different types of neurons and are critical determinants of the identity and strength of neural connections. Compared to our knowledge of extrinsic signals and cell-surface molecules that regulate synapse formation and synaptic specificity, less is known about the intrinsic regulatory mechanisms that regulate presynaptic protein transport and assembly to achieve proper spatial distribution of synapses. We have taken advantage of the powerful genetics in Caenorhabditis elegans to investigate this question. Using in vivo time-lapse fluorescence microscopy in a motor neuron DA9 in C. elegans, we show that SV and AZ proteins exhibit extensive co-trafficking and undergo frequent pauses during axonal transport. At the pause sites, the balance between the capture and dissociation of mobile transport packets determines the extent of presynaptic protein clustering. Through forward genetic screens, we identified a molecular regulatory network that controls the capture and dissociation events to dictate the spatial distribution of presynaptic specializations. First, we identified an Arf-like small G protein, ARL-8, that regulates synapse distribution by inhibiting premature clustering of presynaptic cargoes during axonal transport. arl-8 mutants accumulate presynaptic specializations within the proximal axon of several neuronal classes, with a corresponding failure to assemble presynapses distally. Time-lapse imaging analysis revealed that presynaptic cargoes in arl-8 mutants exhibit a decreased tendency to dissociate from immotile clusters and an increased probability of being captured by immotile clusters. We further performed genetic suppressor screens to isolate molecules that functionally interact with arl-8 in presynaptic patterning. We report that loss-of-function mutations in a JKK-1/JNK-1 MAP kinase pathway and several active zone assembly proteins strongly and partially suppress the abnormal distribution of presynaptic proteins in arl-8 mutants. Time-lapse imaging analysis demonstrated that the JNK kinase pathway and active zone assembly molecules inhibit presynaptic protein dissociation. In addition, we found that the kinesin motor UNC-104/KIF1A controls the capture efficiency. Furthermore, UNC-104/KIF1A functions as an effector of ARL-8 by binding specifically to the GTP-bound form of ARL-8. Together, these findings revealed novel intrinsic mechanisms that control the subcellular localization, size, and number of synapses by coordinating axonal transport with presynaptic assembly.
  • 2012 Springer Protocols
    Fulltext v. 2 (v. 896) Springer Protocols
    edited by Vladimir N. Uversky, A. Keith Dunker.
  • 2015 Springer
    Isabella C. Felli, Roberta Pierattelli, editors.
    1. Back to the future: nuclear magnetic resonance and bioinformatics studies on intrinsically disordered proteins -- 2. Structure and dynamics of intrinsically disordered proteins -- 3. NMR methods for the study of intrinsically disordered proteins structure, dynamics, and interactions: general overview and practical guidelines -- 4. Ensemble calculation for intrinsically disordered proteins using NMR parameters -- 5. NMR spectroscopic studies of the conformational ensembles of intrinsically disordered proteins -- 6. Recombinant intrinsically disordered proteins for NMR: tips and tricks -- 7. Biophysical methods to investigate intrinsically disordered proteins: avoiding an "elephant and blind men" situation -- 8. Application of SAXS for the structural characterization of IDPs -- 9. Bioinformatics approaches for predicting disordered protein motifs -- 10. Towards understanding protein disorder in-cell -- 11. The Protein Ensemble Database -- 12. Order and disorder in the replicative complex of paramyxoviruses -- 13. Druggability of intrinsically disordered proteins -- 14. Beta amyloid hallmarks: from intrinsically disordered proteins to Alzheimer's Disease.
    Also available: Print – 2015
  • 2001 HighWire
    Also available: Print – 2001
  • 2006 Springer
    Willard L. Koukkari and Robert B. Sothern.
    The study of biological rhythms -- General features of rhythms : terminology and characteristics -- Physical and biological time -- Photoperiodism -- Biological oscillators and timers : models and mechanisms -- Tidal and lunar rhythms -- Sexuality and reproduction -- Natural resources and agriculture -- Veterinary medicine -- Society -- Clinical medicine -- Autorhythmometry -- Chronobiometry : analyzing for rhythms.
  • Scott M. Lynch.
  • 2007 Springer
    Karl-Rudolf Koch.
  • 2013 ScienceDirect
    edited by Robin Ganellin, Stanley Roberts, Roy Jefferis.
    Chapter 1. Introduction to enzymes, receptors and the action of small molecule drugs -- chapter 2. Protein structure and function -- chapter 3. The small molecule drug discovery process : from target selection to candidate selection -- chapter 4. Protein therapeutics (introduction to biopharmaceuticals) -- chapter 5. Similarities and differences in the discovery and use of biopharmaceuticals and small-molecule chemotherapeutics -- chapter 6. Therapies for type 2 diabetes : modulating the incretin pathway using small molecule peptidase inhibitors or peptide mimetics -- chapter 7. The structure and business of biopharmaceutical companies including the management of risks and resources -- chapter 8. Discovery and development of the anticancer agent gefitinib, an inhibitor of the epidermal growth factor receptor tyrosine kinase -- chapter 9. Targeting HER2 by monoclonal antibodies for cancer therapy -- chapter 10. Recombinant human erythropoietin and its analogues -- chapter 11. Lysosomal storage disorders : current treatments and future directions -- chapter 12. Hormone replacement therapy -- chapter 13. Design of the anti-HIV protease inhibitor darunavir -- chapter 14. The case of anti-TNF agents -- chapter 15. Discovery of the cholesterol absorption inhibitor, ezetimibe.
  • 2013 ScienceDirect
    William Stillwell.
    An Introduction to Biological Membranes: From Bilayers to Rafts covers many aspects of membrane structure/function that bridges membrane biophysics and cell biology. Offering cohesive, foundational information, this publication is valuable for advanced undergraduate students, graduate students and membranologists who seek a broad overview of membrane science. Brings together different facets of membrane research in a universally understandable mannerEmphasis on the historical development of the field. Topics include membrane sugars, membrane models, membrane isolation methods, and membrane transport.
  • pt. 1-2, 2009
    Douglas A. Christensen.
  • 2003 Wiley
    Paras N. Prasad.
    ch. 1. Introduction -- ch. 2. Fundamentals of Light and Matter -- ch. 3. Basics of Biology -- ch. 4. Fundamentals of Light-Matter Interactions -- ch. 5. Principles of Lasers, Current Laser Technology, and Nonlinear -- ch. 6. Photobiology -- ch. 7. Bioimaging: Principles and Techniques -- ch. 8. Bioimaging: Applications -- ch. 9. Biosensors -- ch. 10. Microarray Technology for Genomics and Proteomics -- ch. 11. Flow Cytometry -- ch. 12. Light-Activated Therapy: Photodynamic Therapy -- ch. 13. Tissue Engineering with Light -- ch. 14. Laser Tweezers and Laser Scissors -- ch. 15. Nanotechnology for Biophotonics: Bionanophotonics -- ch. 16. Biomaterials for Photonics.
  • 2007 Springer
    edited by Marcello Barbieri.
  • 2013 Springer
    Andrew M. Luks, Robb W. Glenny, H. Thomas Robertson.
    Cardiopulmonary exercise testing is an important diagnostic test in pulmonary medicine and cardiology. Capable of providing significantly more information about an individual's exercise capacity than standard exercise treadmill or 6-minute walk tests, the test is used for a variety of purposes including evaluating patients with unexplained exercise limitation or dyspnea on exertion, monitoring disease progression or response to treatment, determining fitness to undergo various surgical procedures and monitoring the effects of training in highly fit athletes. Introduction to Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing is a unique new text that is ideal for trainees. It is presented in a clear, concise and easy-to-follow manner and is capable of being read in a much shorter time than the available texts on this topic. Chapters describe the basic physiologic responses observed during sustained exercise and explain how to perform and interpret these studies. The utility of the resource is further enhanced by several sections of actual patient cases, which provide opportunities to begin developing test interpretation skills. Given the widespread use of cardiopulmonary exercise testing in clinical practice, trainees in pulmonary and critical care medicine, cardiology, sports medicine, exercise physiology, and occasionally internal medicine, will find Introduction to Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing to be an essential and one of a kind reference.
  • 2007 Springer
    Andrew R. Leach and Valerie J. Gillet.
  • 2012 Cambridge
    edited by S.V. Mahadevan, Gus M. Garmel.
    "The Practitioner's understanding of emergency medicine principles and practice, directly benefiting patient care in a variety of emergency settings An Introduction to Clinical Emergency Medicine, Second Edition is a much-needed resource for individuals practicing this challenging field. This textbook is novel in its approach to emergency medicine topics. It describes in detail the best and most current methods to care for patients in the emergency department, including initial evaluation, generation of differential diagnoses, problem solving, and management of challenging conditions based on presenting symptoms. Unlike other textbooks, in which the diagnosis is known, this textbook approaches clinical problems as clinicians manage patients - without full knowledge of the final diagnosis. It provides an understanding for how to approach patients with undifferentiated conditions, ask the right questions, gather historical data, utilize physical examination skills, and order and interpret appropriate laboratory and radiographic tests. This textbook also provides current management and disposition strategies with controversies presented, including pearls, pitfalls, and myths for topics covered. Chapters are written by nationally- and internationally respected clinicians, educators, and researchers in the field of emergency medicine. Second Edition of An Introduction to Clinical Emergency Medicine offers just the right combination of text, clinical images, and practical information for students, residents, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and experienced physicians in all medical disciplines"-- Provided by publisher.
    Also available: Print – 2012
  • 2003 CRCnetBASE
    Vishwanath M. Sardesai.
    Also available: Print – 2003
  • 2002 Wiley
    C. Stan Tsai.
    ch. 1. Introduction, p. 1-10 -- ch. 2. Biochemical Data: Analysis and Management, p. 11-40 -- ch. 3. Biochemical Exploration: Internet Resources, p. 41-52 -- ch. 4. Molecular Graphics: Visualization of Biomolecules, p. 53-71 -- ch. 5. Biochemical Compounds: Structure and Analysis, p. 73-105 -- ch. 6. Dynamic Biochemistry: Biomolecular Interactions, p. 107-121 -- ch. 7. Dynamic Biochemistry: Enzyme Kinetics, p. 123-146 -- ch. 8. Dynamic Biochemistry: Metabolic Simulation, p. 147-163 -- ch. 9. Genomics: Nucleotide Sequences and Recombinant DNA, p. 165-182 -- ch. 10. Genomics: Gene Identification, p. 183-208 -- ch. 11. Proteomics: Protein Sequence Analysis, p. 209-231 -- ch. 12. Proteomics: Prediction of Protein Structures, p. 233-268 -- ch. 13. Phylogenetic Analysis, p. 269-284 -- ch. 14. Molecular Modeling: Molecular Mechanics, p. 285-314 -- ch. 15. Molecular Modeling: Protein Modeling, p. 315-341 -- Appendices.
  • 2006 Springer
    Bernhard Haubold, Thomas Wiehe.
  • 2007
    Nello Cristianini and Matthew W. Hahn.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • prepared by the Education Committee, Division of Chemical Information, American Chemical Society.
    Instructional materials on how to search Chemical Abstracts online. Includes a guide to effective searching, with annotated search examples.
  • 2008
    Kyriacos A. Athanasiou and Roman M. Natoli.
  • 2012 Springer
    Rob Sullivan.
  • 2014 AccessMedicine
    editor-in-chief, Khaled Elsayes, Sandra Oldham.
    Overview of diagnostic modalities and contrast agents / Navid Zaer, Amini Behrang, and Khaled M. Elsayes -- Introduction to nuclear medicine / David Brandon, Aaron J. Thomas, and Gregory Ravizzini -- Diagnostic neuroradiology / Santosh Shah, Tara Hagopian, Robert Klinglesmith, and Eliana Bonfante -- Cardiothoracic imaging / Nakul Gupta, Sandra A. A. Oldham, and Eduardo J. Matta -- Gastrointestinal imaging / Patrick Marcin, Eduardo Matta, and Khaled M. Elsayes -- Genitourinary system / Usama Salem, Edwardo Matta, Ayda Youssef, and Khaled M. Elsayes -- Musculoskeletal / Behrang Amini and Zeyad Metwalli -- Interentional radiology / Bilal Anwer and Voon P. Liaw -- Pediatric radiology / Megan Speer, Michael Mahlmann, Jennifer Caero, and Ajaykumar Morani -- Introduction to womens imaging / Haitham Elsamaloty, Mohamed Al-Natour, Neda Haswah, Stephanie Holz, and Khaled Elsayes.
  • 2007
    by Susumu Mori.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2001 CRCnetBASE
    Robert B. Northrop.
  • 2008 ScienceDirect
    edited by Terence D. Allen.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2010 Springer
    Jørn Olsen ... [et al.].
    Measures of disease occurrence -- Estimates of associations -- Age standardization -- Causes of diseases -- Descriptive epidemiology in public health -- Descriptive epidemiology in genetic epidemiology -- Descriptive epidemiology in clinical epidemiology -- Design options -- Follow-up studies -- Case-control studies -- The cross-sectional study -- The randomized controlled trial (RCT) -- Analytical epidemiology in public health -- Analytical epidemiology in genetic epidemiology -- Analytical epidemiology in clinical epidemiology -- Confounding and bias -- Confounding -- Information bias -- Selection bias -- Making inference and making decisions -- Sources of error in public health epidemiology -- Sources of error in genetic epidemiology -- Sources of error in clinical epidemiology -- P values -- Calculating confidence intervals -- Erratum to: an introduction to epidemiology for health professionals.
  • 2006
    Ray M. Merrill, Thomas C. Timmreck.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2006 NCBI Bookshelf
    editors: Edward B. Bromfield, José E. Cavazos, Joseph I. Sirven.
  • 2012 Cambridge
    edited by Gonzalo Alarcon, Antonio Valentin.
    Preface -- Introduction and basic principles -- Pathology, physiology and neurochemistry of epilepsy -- Clinical neurophysiology -- Semiology and classification; 5. Natural history of epilepsy -- Genetics of epilepsy -- Neuroimaging; 8. Differential diagnosis of epilepsy -- Medical treatment of epilepsy -- Special topics in the diagnosis and treatment of epilepsy -- Neuropsychology -- Surgical treatment of epilepsy -- Psychiatry aspects -- Social aspects -- Epilepsy in the Third World -- Healthcare and economics -- Forensic aspects of epilepsy.
  • 2009 Springer
    Alexander P. Demchenko.
  • 2002 CRCnetBASE
    Rudin Norah, Keith Inman.
    Also available: Print – 2002
  • 2005 ScienceDirect
    Bruce A. Arrigo, Stacey L. Shipley.
  • 2002 CRCnetBASE
    Annette J. Dobson.
  • 2012
    Anthony J.F. Griffiths, Susan R. Wessler, Sean B. Carroll, John Doebley.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    1. The Genetics Revolution in the Life Sciences -- pt. I. TRANSMISSION GENETICS -- 2. Single-Gene Inheritance -- 3. Independent Assortment of Genes -- 4. Mapping Eukaryote Chromosomes by Recombination -- 5. The Genetics of Bacteria and Their Viruses -- 6. Gene Interaction -- pt. II. FROM DNA TO PHENOTYPE -- 7. DNA: Structure and Replication -- 8. RNA: Transcription and Processing -- 9. Proteins and Their Synthesis -- 10. Gene Isolation and Manipulation -- 11. Regulation of Gene Expression in Bacteria and Their Viruses -- 12. Regulation of Gene Expression in Eukaryotes -- 13. The Genetic Control of Development -- 14. Genomes and Genomics -- pt. III. MUTATION, VARIATION, AND EVOLUTION -- 15. The Dynamic Genome: Transposable Elements -- 16. Mutation, Repair, and Recombination -- 17. Large-Scale Chromosomal Changes -- 18. Population Genetics -- 19. The Inheritance of Complex Traits -- 20. Evolution of Genes and Traits.
  • 2007 CRCnetBASE
    Aniruddha Datta, Edward R. Dougherty.
    Review of organic chemistry -- Energy considerations in biochemical reactions -- Proteins -- DNA -- Transcription and translation -- Chromosomes and gene regulation -- Genetic variation -- DNA technology -- Cell division -- Cell cycle control, cell death, and cancer -- Expression microarrays -- Classification -- Clustering -- Genetic regulatory networks -- Intervention -- External intervention based on optimal control theory.
  • 2013 Springer
    Manish K. Sethi, William H. Frist, editors.
    Understanding the basics I. The history of health care in the United States pre-1965 / Alexander Ding -- Medicare and its evolution to 2011 / Kevin J. Bozic and Benedict U. Nwachukwu -- Medicaid and the state children's health insurance program / Vasanth Sathiyakumar, Jordan C. Apfeld, and Manish K. Sethi -- Breaking down health care insurance from HMO to PPO and beyond / David Polakoff and Audrey Smolkin -- Understanding quality and cost from a health policy perspective / Jason D. Keune and Bruce Lee Hall -- Understanding the basics II. Prevention and US health care / Heather A. Smith -- The rise of comparative effectiveness research / Michael Hochman and Danny McCormick -- Health information technology : clinical and policy context / Emily R. Maxson and Sachin H. Jain -- Prescription drug and pharmaceutical policy / Phillip A. Choi and Walid F. Gellad -- Health disparities / Neil M. Issar and Manish K. Sethi -- The economics of health care / David A. Rosman and Jordan C. Apfeld -- Understanding systems of health care. The American health-care system : understanding how the pieces come together / Roshan P. Shah and Samir Mehta -- Alternative systems of care and consumer-driven health care / Daniel Guss -- National healthcare systems : a worldview / Benjamin S. Hooe, Perrin T. Considine, and Manish K. Sethi -- Reimbursement : understanding how we pay for health care / Sachin H. Jain and Elaine Besancon -- Understanding the politics in health policy. How health-care policy is made in Washington : understanding the players and the game / Eleby R. Washington IV, Ilisa Halpern Paul, Amy L. Walker, and A. Alex Jahangir -- Government and state agencies : who administrates healthcare on federal and state levels? / Rishin J. Kadakia and Hassan R. Mir -- The 2006 Massachusetts health care reform / Vasanth Sathiyakumar, Jordan C. Apfeld, Cesar S. Molina, Daniel J. Stinner, Andrew Han, and Manish K. Sethi -- The 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act : what is it and how will it change health care? / Richard Latuska, ALexandra Obremskey, and Manish K. Sethi.
  • 2015 Wiley
    editors, Steven A. Haney and Doug Bowman ; associate editors, Arijit Chakravarty, Anthony Davies, and Caroline Shamu.
    Introduction / Steven Haney -- Fluorescence and cell labeling / Anthony Davies, Steven Haney -- Microscopy fundamentals / Steven Haney, Anthony Davies, Doug Bowman -- Image processing / John Bradley, Doug Bowman, Arijit Chakravarty -- Selecting and setting up a high content imaging platform / Craig Furman, Doug Bowman, Anthony Davies, Caroline Shamu, Steven Haney -- Informatics considerations / Jay Copeland, Caroline Shamu -- Basic high content assay development / Steven Haney, Doug Bowman -- Designing metrics for high content assays / Arijit Chakravarty, Steven Haney, Doug Bowman -- Analyzing well-level data / Steven Haney, Arijit Chakravarty -- Analyzing cell level data / Steven Haney, Lin Guey, Arijit Chakravarty -- Designing robust assays / Arijit Chakrivarty, Doug Bowman, Anthony Davies, Caroline Shamu -- Automation and screening / John Donovan, Arijit Chakravarty, Anthony Davies, Steven Haney, Doug Bowman, John Ringling, Ben Knight -- High content analysis for tissue samples / Kristine Burke, Vaishali Sinde, Alice McDonald, Doug Bowman, Arijit Chakrivarty -- Factoring and clustering high content data / Steven Haney, Arijit Chakravarty -- Supervised machine learning / Jeff Palmer, Arijit Chakravarty.
  • 2014 Springer
    Gregory R. Bowman, Frank Noé, Vijay S. Pande, editors.
    The aim of this book volume is to explain the importance of Markov state models to molecular simulation, how they work, and how they can be applied to a range of problems. The Markov state model (MSM) approach aims to address two key challenges of molecular simulation: 1) How to reach long timescales using short simulations of detailed molecular models 2) How to systematically gain insight from the resulting sea of data MSMs do this by providing a compact representation of the vast conformational space available to biomolecules by decomposing it into states sets of rapidly interconverting conformations and the rates of transitioning between states.This kinetic definition allows one to easily vary the temporal and spatial resolution of an MSM from high-resolution models capable of quantitative agreement with (or prediction of) experiment to low-resolution models that facilitate understanding. Additionally, MSMs facilitate the calculation of quantities that are difficult to obtain from more direct MD analyses, such as the ensemble of transition pathways. This book introduces the mathematical foundations of Markov models, how they can be used to analyze simulations and drive efficient simulations, and some of the insights these models have yielded in a variety of applications of molecular simulation.
    Also available: Print – 2014
  • 2013 CRCnetBASE
    Bernie Rubenzer.
    In the past, for the most part, people who moved into management positions in medical imaging were chosen because they were the best technologists. However, the skill set for technologists and supervisors/managers are vastly different. Even an MBA-educated person may not be ready to take on imaging management. As an example, when buying a very expensive piece of imaging equipment, this person would not necessarily know the right questions to ask, such as: What is my guaranteed uptime? Is technologist training included? Introduction to Medical Imaging Management is a comprehensive reference for.
  • 2010 CRCnetBASE
    Suzanne Bell, Keith Morris.
    Ch. 1. Light and matter -- ch. 2. Fundamentals of light and optics -- ch. 3. Types of microscopes -- ch. 4. Kohler illumination -- ch. 5. Sample preparation, manipulation, and micrometry -- ch. 6. Photomicrography -- ch. 7. Polarized light microscopy -- ch. 8. Basic crystallography -- ch. 9. Chemical microscopy.
  • 2007
    N.J. Dimmock, A.J. Easton, K.N. Leppard.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2003 CRCnetBASE
    Jack Tuszynski, Michal Kurzynski.
  • 2012
    Paras N. Prasad.
    Nanomedicine and nanobioengineering fuse nanotechnology with medicine and bioengineering. They are emerging new frontiers, providing challenges for fundamental research and opportunities for revolutionary advances in medical technology. They also provide a global vision to produce breakthrough approaches for meeting our current and future healthcare needs. Introduction to Nanomedicine and Nanobioengineering provides an integrated description of nanomedicine and nanobioengineering for next-generation diagnostics and therapy. It presents a basic introduction to a broad range of topics in an integrated manner, so that individuals in all disciplines in this field. It is intended to serve both as a textbook for education and training, as well as a reference book that aids further advancement in areas integrating nanotechnology with medicine and bioengineering. The book encompasses the fundamentals of nanomaterials design, bioengineering, nanodiagnostics, and nanotherapy. It is intended to benefit investigators adn students from the disciplines of chemistry, physics, and dental school trainees adn practitioners, and scientists from the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries.
  • Mark H. Holmes.
  • 2015 Springer
    K.J. Hannah ... [and others], editors.
    This book is a primer for nurses on the topic of nursing informatics and presents the fundamental concepts of health information management from a nursing perspective. Nursing informatics has never been more important as contemporary healthcare offers exciting opportunities for the nursing profession to contribute to the design of emerging eHealth models of care and to ensure resources such as electronic health records and mobile technology are pragmatic and fit for purpose. This new edition contains the best available evidence to inspire and support nurses to think critically about both current and future practice. Introduction to Nursing Informatics is designed for use by practicing nurses and students in undergraduate programs of study and includes a number of contributions from leading international experts who have practiced in the field over a number of years. The information is presented and integrated in a purposeful manner to encourage readers to explore the key concepts of nursing practice, information management and its relationship to informatics. Critically, the content is also linked to case-based examples to contextualize the theory presented.
  • 2006 Springer
    edited by Kathryn J. Hannah, Marion J. Ball and Margaret J.A. Edwards.
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • 2003 CRCnetBASE
    Mannfred A. Hollinger.
  • 2006
    [edited by] Michael A. Pagliarulo.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2010 Wiley
    Nawin Mishra.
    "Proteomics provides an introductory insight on proteomics, discussing the basic principles of the field, how to apply specific technologies and instrumentation, and example applications in human health and diseases. With helpful study questions, this textbook presents an easy to grasp and solid overview and understanding of the principles, guidelines, and especially the complex instrumentation operations in proteomics for new students and research scientists. Written by a leader in proteomics studies, Proteomics offers an expert perspective on the field and the future of proteomics"--Provided by publisher.
    Also available: Print – v. [52], 2010.
  • 2012 ScienceDirect
    Jorge H. Daruna.
    Historical antecedents -- Immune system basics -- Endocrine-immune modulation -- Neuroimmune modulation -- Stress, contextual change, and disease -- Psychosocial stress: neuroendocrine and immune effects -- Infection, allergy, and psychosocial stress -- Cancer, autoimmunity, and psychosocial stress -- Immune activity and psychopathology -- Immune function enhancement -- Integration and implications.
  • 2006 CRCnetBASE
    Hung T. Nguyen.
  • 2006 CRCnetBASE
    John N.S. Matthews.
  • 2013
    edited by J. Dennis Blessing, J. Glenn Forister.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Introduction -- Essays on research in the health professions -- Ethics in research -- Regulatory protection of human subjects in research -- Funding the research : grants -- The research problem -- Review of the literature -- Methodology -- Clinical investigations -- Survey research -- The clinical review -- Qualitative research -- Community-based participatory research -- Data analysis -- Results -- Discussion -- References -- What to do with what you have -- Writing and publishing in the health professions -- Interpreting the literature.
  • 2008
    Stephen Polgar, Shane A. Thomas.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Methods and health research: discussion, questions, and answers -- Research planning -- Sampling methods and external validity -- Causal research and internal validity: discussion, questions, and answers -- Experimental designs and intervention studies -- Surveys and quasi-experimental designs -- Single case (n=1) designs -- Qualitative research -- Questionnaire design -- Interview techniques and the analysis of interview data -- Observation -- Measurement: discussion, questions, and answers -- Organization and presentation of data -- Measures of central tendency and variability -- Standard scores and normal curve -- Correlation: discussion, questions, and answers -- Probability and sampling distributions -- Hypothesis testing -- Selection and use of statistical tests -- The interpretation of research evidence: Discussion, questions, and answers -- Qualitative data analysis -- Presentation of health science research -- Critical evaluation of published research -- Synthesis of research evidence.
  • 2007
    Ian D. Young.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Genetic counseling and the laws of probability -- Autosomal dominant inheritance -- Autosomal recessive inheritance -- X-linked recessive inheritance -- The use of linked DNA markers -- Germline mosaicism -- Polygenic and multifactorial inheritance -- Cancer genetics -- Balanced chromosome rearrangements -- Other mechanisms of inheritance.
  • 2009 CRCnetBASE
    Owen Jones, Robert Maillardet and Andrew Robinson.
    I. Programming. Setting up -- R as a calculating environment -- Basic programming -- I/O: input and output -- Programming with functions -- Sophisticated data structures -- Better graphics -- Pointers to further programming techniques -- II. Numerical techniques. Numerical accuracy and program efficiency -- Root-finding -- Numerical integration -- Optimisation -- III. Probability and statistics. Probability -- Random variables-- Discrete random variables -- Continuous random variables -- Parameter estimation -- IV. Simulation -- Monte-Carlo integration -- Variance reduction -- Cases studies -- Student projects -- Glossary of R commands -- Programs and functions developed in the text.
  • 2016 Springer
    S. B. Bhattacharyya.
    1. Overview of SNOMED CT -- 2. Need for Clinical Terminology -- 3. SNOMED CT History and IHTSDO -- 4. SNOMED CT Basics -- 5. Extending SNOMED CT -- 6. Enabling SNOMED CT -- 7. SNOMED CT Expressions -- 8. Clinical Analytics with SNOMED CT -- 9. Using SNOMED CT -- 10. SNOMED CT Tips and Tricks -- 11. Overall Assessment. .
  • 2006 Thieme eNeurosurgery
    Sue Corbett [editor] ; foreword by John K. Webb.
    This introductory book presents a comprehensive outline of spine surgery that will provide operating room personnel, spine fellows, spine residents, and other multidisciplinary team members with a firm understanding of the general science concepts, equipment, and key procedures in spinal patient care. Clearly presented figures, illustrations, and photographs illuminate procedural techniques at preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative stages of treatment.
  • 2014
    Svend Juul, Department of Public Health, Section for Epidemiology, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark, Morten Frydenberg, Department of Public Health, Section for Biostatistics, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2013 Cambridge
    Ronald D. Fricker.
    "While the public health philosophy of the 20th Century -- emphasizing prevention -- is ideal for addressing natural disease outbreaks, it is not sufficient to confront 21st Century threats where adversaries may use biological weapons agents as part of a long-term campaign of aggression and terror. Health care providers and public health officers are among our first lines of defense. Therefore, we are building on the progress of the past three years to further improve the preparedness of our public health and medical systems to address current and future BW [biological warfare] threats and to respond with greater speed and flexibility to multiple or repetitive attacks." Homeland Security Presidential Directive 21 Bioterrorism is not a new threat in the 21st century -- thousands of years ago the plague and other contagious diseases were used in warfare -- but today the potential for catastrophic outcomes is greater than it has ever been. To address this threat, the medical and public health communities are putting various measures in place, including systems designed to pro-actively mon- itor populations for possible disease outbreaks"--Provided by publisher.
  • edited by Thomas D. Cook, David L. DeMets.
    Introduction to clinical trials -- Defining the question -- Study design -- Sample size -- Randomization -- Data collection and quality control -- Survival analysis -- Longitudinal data -- Quality of life -- Data monitoring and interim analysis -- Selected issues in the analysis -- Closeout and reporting.
  • 2007
    Kristina M. Ropella.
  • 2003 Wiley
    Paul P. Biemer, Lars E. Lyberg.
    ch. 1. The Evolution of survey process quality -- ch. 2. The Survey process and data quality -- ch. 3. Coverage and nonresponse error -- ch. 4. The Measurement process and its implications for questionnaire design -- ch. 5. Errors due to interviewers and interviewing -- ch. 6. Data collection modes and associated errors -- ch. 7. Data processing: errors and their control -- ch. 8. Overview of survey error evaluation methods -- ch. 9. Sampling error -- ch. 10. Practical survey design for minimizing total survey error.
  • 2007
    Uri Alon.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2006
    by George K. York and David A. Steinberg.
  • 2006
    edited by Sidney Bloch.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    An historical context / Sidney Bloch and Edwin Harari -- Ethical aspect of psychotherapy practice / Allen R. Dyer and Sidney Bloch -- Research in psychotherapy / Frank Margison and Anthony Bateman -- What is psychotherapy? / Jerome D. Frank -- Individual long-term psychotherapy / Susan Mizen and Jeremy Holmes -- Short-term dynamic psychotherapy / Michael Hobbs -- Cognitive psychotherapy / Nicholas B. Allen -- Behavioural psychotherapy / Lynne M. Drummond and Brett Kennedy -- Crisis intervention / Cynthia Graham and John Bancroft -- Supportive psychotherapy / Sidney Bloch -- Group psychotherapy / Mark Aveline -- Cognitive analytic therapy / Ian B. Kerr and Anthony Ryle -- The conversational model / Russell Meares -- Child and adolescent psychotherapy / Ricky Emanuel -- Psychotherapy with older adults / Jane Garner -- Couple psychotherapy / Michael Crowe -- Sex therapy / John Bancroft -- Family therapy in the adult psychiatric setting / Edwin Harari and Sidney Bloch.
  • 2007
    Steven Jonas, Raymond L. Goldsteen, Karen Goldsteen.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Introduction -- Health care workforce -- Hospitals and other health care institutions -- Primary and ambulatory care -- Government and the health care system -- Financing -- Health care system performance -- From prepaid group medical practice to managed care -- Health care reform.
  • 2003 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Michael E. Burczynski.
  • 2014 Springer
    Philip C. Burcham.
    This book provides a readable introduction to modern toxicology with a particular focus on the mechanisms underlying the induction of toxicity by foreign substances. Since bioactivation is central to many toxic syndromes, special interest is devoted to chemicals that undergo conversion to toxic metabolites that induce toxic effects as diverse as cancer, birth defects and organ injury. The molecular consequences accompanying damage to cellular DNA and proteins is explored together with the relevance of toxicological paradigms to human diseases caused by alcohol and tobacco. The discipline of toxicology has developed rapidly since the thalidomide disaster in the 1960?s as scientists worldwide seek to understand the adverse health effects of human medicines, environmental pollutants, consumer chemicals and industrial reagents. An Introduction to Toxicology is intended to supplement the recommended reading list of undergraduate and graduate programs in toxicology and pharmacology as an enjoyable, accessible primer with illustrations that "unpack" the concepts being discussed in the text.
  • 2015 Springer
    Dennis V. Cokkinos, editor.
    Introduction: What Is Translational Research -- Insights into heart development and regeneration -- Basis Of Cell Excitability And Cardiac Conduction System -- The Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone System In Cardiovascular Diseases -- Beta adrenergic receptors -- The hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis in human health and disease -- Genetic Polymorphisms -- Genetic Polymorphisms and the Vascular Endothelium -- The role of microRNAs in Cardiovascular Disease -- Pathways To Myocardial Hypertrophy -- The multiple actions of the insulin-like growth factor-I signaling in the myocardium -- Calcium Cycling Circuits in Cardiac Physiology and Pathophysiology -- Inflammation and atherosclerosis -- Stress proteins and the Adaptive Response of the Heart -- The Mechanisms And Modalities Of Cell Death -- Repair of the infarcted myocardium -- Pathways to cardiac remodeling -- A Translational Approach to Probe the Arrhythmic Potential of the Heart: Therapeutic Considerations -- Animal Models Of Cardiovascular Disease -- Experimental in vitro assessment of cardiac function -- In vivo experimental assessment of cardiac function -- Non invasive imaging modalities for Cardiovascular Translational Research- Technical Considerations -- Cardiovascular Applications of Non-Invasive Imaging in Cardiovascular Diseases: from Bench to Bedside -- Molecular Imaging of Inflammation Using Echoardiography: Advances With the Use of Microbubbles -- Clinical Aspects And Genetics Of Cardiomyopathies -- Cardiorenal Syndrome: What Basic Research Can Contribute -- Clinical aspects of Cardiorenal Syndrome: consequences of therapy with the Renin-Angiotensin System Inhibitors -- Pre-, Peri-, and Post-Conditioning the ischemic myocardium: Challenges, Confounders and Expectations -- Gene Therapy for the Heart -- Cell therapy in cardiac diseases -- Moving Towards a Novel Paradigm in Drug Development for Worsening Heart Failure: The T1 Model (Mechanistic Translational Phase).
  • 2007
    Donald A. Barr.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Health, health care, and the market economy -- Health care as a reflection of underlying cultural values and institutions -- The Health professions and the organization of health care -- Health insurance, HMOs, and the managed care revolution -- Medicare -- Medicaid and the State Children's Health Insurance Program -- The Increasing role of for-profit health care -- Pharmaceutical policy and the rising cost of prescription drugs -- Long-term care -- The Uninsured -- Factors other than health insurance that impede access to health care -- Key policy issues for deciding the direction of health care reform -- Where do we go from here? options for health care reform.
  • 2012 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] John S. Pellerito, Joseph F. Polak.
    "Now in its 6th edition, Introduction to Vascular Ultrasonography, by Drs. John Pellerito and Joseph Polak, provides an easily accessible, concise overview of arterial and venous ultrasound. A new co-editor and new contributors have updated this classic with cutting-edge diagnostic procedures as well as new chapters on evaluating organ transplants, screening for vascular disease, correlative imaging, and more. High-quality images, videos, and online access make this an ideal introduction to this complex and rapidly evolving technique."--Publisher's website.
  • 2009
    A.A. Bharath.
  • 2008 Springer
    James A. Marcum.
  • 2002 ebrary
    Peter Dalgaard.
    Also available: Print – 2002
  • Peter Dalgaard.
  • 2006
    Nancy C. Andreasen, Donald W. Black.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Diagnosis and classification -- Interviewing and assessment -- The neurobiology and genetics of mental illness -- Delirium, dementia, and amnestic disorder -- Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders -- Mood disorders -- Anxiety disorders -- Somatoform, dissociative, and related disorders -- Alcohol and drug-related disorders -- Personality disorders -- Sexual dysfunction, paraphilias, and gender identify disorders -- Eating disorders -- Adjustment disorders -- Impulse-control disorders -- Psychiatric emergencies -- Child psychiatry -- Sleep disorders -- Legal issues -- Psychological treatments -- Psychopharmacology and electroconvulsive therapy.
  • 2011
    Donald W. Black, Nancy C. Andreasen.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Diagnosis and classification -- Interviewing and assessment -- The neurobiology and genetics of mental illness -- Delirium, dementia, and amnestic disorder -- Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders -- Mood disorders -- Anxiety disorders -- Somatoform, dissociative, and related disorders -- Alcohol- and drug-related disorders -- Personality disorders -- Sexual dysfunction, paraphilias, and gender identity disorders -- Eating disorders -- Adjustment disorders -- Impulse-control disorders -- Psychiatric emergencies -- Child psychiatry -- Sleep disorders -- Legal issues -- Behavioral, cognitive, and psychodynamic treatments -- Psychopharmacology and electroconvulsive therapy.
  • 2010 Springer
    Adriano Tagliabracci ; [with contributions by] F. Alessandrini ; presentazione a cura di Angelo Fiori.
  • 2005 CRCnetBASE
    Marcel Roberfroid.
  • 2001 CRCnetBASE
    Subhash R. Lele, Joan T. Richtsmeier.
  • 2011 Springer
    Mario Negrello.
    pt. 1. Invariants of behavior -- pt. 2. Neurodynamics of embodied behavior.
  • 2007 Springer
    PierFrancesco Bassi, Francesco Pagano, editors.
  • 2014 Springer
    Ricardo H. Bardales, editor.
    Chapter 1. Ultrasound, general considerations -- Chapter 2. The interventional cytopathologist -- Chapter 3. The thyroid gland -- Chapter 4. The parathyroid gland -- Chapter 5. The salivary glands -- Chapter 6. The head and neck, miscellaneous lesions -- Chapter 7. The lymph nodes -- Chapter 8. The breast -- Index.
  • 2014 Springer
    Gauri Mankekar, editor.
    Incidence of invasive fungal sinusitis has been increasing over the years. The understanding of its pathophysiology has improved with newer serological tests and diagnostic methods helping in earlier diagnosis and reducing patient morbidity. It was believed earlier that invasive fungal sinusitis is seen only in immune compromised patients but clinical reports suggest otherwise. More anti-fungal drugs are being added to improve incidence of patient survival. This book aims to compile all practical information about invasive fungal sinusitis into a single volume. Therefore, busy clinicians would not have to perform exhaustive literature studies to diagnose invasive fungal sinusitis. The book aims to provide an overview of diseases which could be mistaken for invasive fungal sinusitis and discuss how the management is different. Book sections consist of clinical, microbiological, serological, pathological, radiological and pharmacological features of the disease and its management. Each section is important in today's context as it dynamically alters the management of the patient. Early clinical suspicion and rapid microbiological, pathological and radiological diagnosis with aggressive treatment with surgical debridement and medical therapy leads to favorable outcomes.
  • v. 4, 1949.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    1. Sciences générales de l'homme -- 2. Sciences juridiques, politiques et économiques -- 3. Sciences pures et appliquées -- 4. Sciences médicales, biomédicales, pharmaceutiques et vetinaires.
  • 2011
    Rodrigo Alvarez-Icaza Rivera.
    In this dissertation, I revisit Kawato's proposal, that the cerebellum predictively modulates descending motor commands, to achieve smooth and coordinated motion, by acquiring an inverse model of the biomechanical plant, and extend it by describing a novel and precise mapping between a cerebellar multizonal microcomplex and a joint's inverse model. This mapping renders two novel predictions: First, inferior olive's oscillations mirror the biomechanical joint's oscillations. Second, deep cerebellar neurons implement a gain factor, set by Purkinje cell inhibition, on inferior olive's signals to mirror the spinal cord's gain. I use biophysical modeling to show that oscillations within the inferior olive match the range of natural frequencies and damping ratios of biophysical joints, and that deep cerebellar neurons enable a multiplicative interaction between the Purkinje and the olivary pathways. Furthermore, I determine the effects of current injection into the inferior olive and the deep cerebellar nuclei and use these results within a control theory model to predict that experimentally disturbing the inferior olive will introduce motor output ringing, while disturbing the deep nuclei will also scale motor output. In both cases, manipulating the inverse model implemented by microzonal microcomplex will unmask the joint's natural dynamics as observed by motor ringing at the joint's natural frequency.
  • 2013 ScienceDirect
    edited by Randolf Menzel, Paul R. Benjamin.
    Beyond the cellular alphabet of learning and memory in invertebrates / Randolf Menzel and Paul R. Benjamin -- Action selection / M. Heisenberg -- Cognitive components of insect behavior / Martin Giurfa and Randolf Menzel --Exploring brain connectivity in insect model systems of learning and memory / Jürgen Rybak -- 'Decision making' in larval Drosophila / Michael Schleyer, Sören Diegelmann, Birgit Michels, Timo Saumweber and Bertram Gerber -- Optophysiological approaches to learning and memory in Drosphila melanogaster / Thomas Riemensperger and André Fiala -- Computational analyses of learning networks / Douglas A. Baxter, Enrico Cataldo and John H. Byrne -- Issues in invertebrate learning raised by robot models / Barbara Webb -- Mechanosensory learning and memory in Caenorhabditis elegans / Andrea H. McEwan and Catharine H. Rankin -- Molecular and cellular circuits underlying Caenorhabditis elegans olfactory plasticity / Joy Alcedo and Yun Zhang -- Thermosensory learning in Caenorhabditis elegans / Hirouyuki Sasakura and Ikue Mori -- Age-dependent modulation of learning and memory in Caenorhabditis elegans / Shin Murakami -- Salt chemotaxis learning in Caenorhabditis elegans / Yuichi Iino -- A systems analysis of neural networks underlying gastropod learning and memory / Paul R. Benjamin -- Comparison of operant and classical conditioning of feeding behavior in Aplysia / Riccardo Mozzachiodi, Douglas A. Baxter and John H. Byrne -- Mechanisms of short-term and intermediate-term memory in Aplysia / Robert D. Hawkins, Igor Antonov and Iksung Jin -- Synaptic mechanisms of induction and maintenance of long-term sensitization memory in Aplysia / David L. Glanzman -- Roles of protein kinase C and protein kinase M in Aplysia learning / Margaret Hastings, Carole A. Farah adn Wayne S. Sossin -- Multisite cellular and synaptic mechanisms in Hermissenda Pavlovian conditioning / Terry Crow and Nan Ge Jin -- Molecular and cellular mechanisms of classical conditioning in the feeding system of Lymnaea / Gyorgy Kemenes -- Operant conditioning of respiration in Lymnaea / Ken Lukowiak and Sarah Dalesman -- Associative memory mechanisms in terrestrial slugs and snails / Alan Gelperin -- Observational and other types of learning in Octopus / Piero Amodio and Graziano Fiorito -- The neurophysiological basis of learning and memory in advanced vertebrates / Binyamin Hochner and Tal Shomrat -- Learning, memory, and brain plasticity in cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis) / Ludovic Dickel, Anne-Sophie Darmaillacq, Christelle Joset-Alves and Cécile Bellanger -- A multidisciplinary approach to learning and memory in the crab Neohelice (Chasmagnathus) granulata / Daniel Tomsic and Arturo Romano -- Drosphila memory research through four eras / Seth M. Tomchik and Ronald L. Davis -- Visual learning and decision making in Drosphila melanogaster / Aike Guo, Huimin Lu, Ke Zhang, Qingzhong Rena nd Yah-num Chiang Wong -- In search of the engram in the honeybee brain / Randolf Menzel -- Neural correlates of olfactory learning in the primary olfactory center of teh honeybee brain / Jean-Christophe Sanidoz -- Mermory phases and signaling cascades in honeybees / Uli Muller -- Pheremones acting as social signals modulate learning in honeybees / Elodie Urlacher, Jean-Marc Devaud and Alison R. Mercer -- Extinction learning and memory formation in the honeybee / Dorothea Eisenhardt -- Glutamate neurotransmission and appetitive olfactory conditioning in the honeybee / Gérard Leboulle -- Cellular mechanisms of neuronal plasticity in the honeybee brain / Bernd Grünlatt -- Behavioral and neural analyses of punishment learning in honeybees / Stevanus Rio Tedjakumala and Martin Giurfa -- Breain aging and performance plasticity in honeybees / Daniel Munch and Gro V. Amdam -- Learning and recognitionof identity in ants / Patrizia D'ettorre -- Bounded plasticity in the desert ant's navigational tool kit / Rüdiger Wehner and Wolfgagn Rössler -- Learning and decision making in a social context / Nigel R. Franks and Ana B. Sendova-Franks -- Olfactory and visual learning in cockroaches and crickets / Makoto Mitzunami, Yukihisa Matsumoto, Hidehiro Watanabe and Hiroshi Nishino -- Individual recognition and the evolution of learning and memory in Polistes paper wasps / Elizabeth A. Tibbetts and Michael J. Sheehan.
  • 2015 Springer
    Juan Carlos Kaski, Michael Papadakis, Hariharan Raju, editors
    Angina -- Heart Failure -- Atrial Fibrillation -- Syncope and sudden death -- Systemic Hypertension -- Pulmonary Hypertension.
  • 2007 CRCnetBASE
    Bobbi Jo O'Neal.
  • 2009
    Meng How Tan.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2003 CRCnetBASE
    by Dawn Perlmutter.
    1. Contemporary religious violence -- 2. Millennial religions and terrorism -- 3. Domestic terrorist religions -- 4. International terrorist religions -- 5. Satanism -- 6. Vampirism -- 7. Syncretic religions -- 8. Ritualistic crime scenes -- 9. Intelligence strategies -- 10. Symbolic analysis : ritual homicide typology -- Glossary -- Index.
  • 2013
    Mridu Kapur.
    The intracellular trafficking of vesicles and organelles is essential for all cells. Neurons are especially reliant on cargo transport as a consequence of their extremely polarized morphology. Highlighting this point, disruption of axonal transport has been attributed to many neurodegenerative diseases. In recent years, tremendous progress has been made towards a better understanding of the fundamental elements of axonal transport. However, the regulatory mechanisms that control its dynamics remain largely unknown. One striking feature of the axonal transport system is that the retrograde transport of endosomes within axons proceeds with remarkable speed and uniformity, despite having to navigate a complex and crowded environment. In this dissertation, I propose a role for BPAG1n4, a massive 600kDa protein, in the regulation of the processivity of axonal transport. BPAG1n4 has previously been shown to play an essential role in retrograde axonal transport by virtue of its interactions with the dynactin subunit p150Glued, and with endosomes via retrolinkin. Its ability to interact with the main components of the transport system make it ideally placed to coordinate retrograde transport. Here, I show that BPAG1n4 interacts with EB1 family proteins at the microtubule plus end. Using single molecule labeling coupled with live imaging, I found that expression of the isolated plus end binding domain results in a substantial impairment in the processivity of retrograde axonal transport in dorsal root ganglion (DRG) neurons. This suggests that the accessibility of the microtubule plus end to proteins such as BPAG1n4 is essential for maintaining the processive motility of endosomes along the axon. Interestingly, I have discovered an extremely rapid, calcium regulated switch between microtubule plus end interaction and lattice binding in the carboxyl terminus of BPAG1n4. This novel, calcium dependent regulatory mechanism is EF-hand dependent, and mutations of the EF-hands abolish this dynamic behavior. This study represents the first evidence of calcium signaling directly modulating the dynamic interaction of a protein with microtubules. Strikingly, I observed that disruption of the calcium responsiveness of BPAG1n4's association with the plus end severely impaired processive endosomal transport, suggesting the exciting possibility that calcium may play a role in regulating the traffic of endosomes along axons. This study thus provides exciting new insight into the molecular mechanisms that regulate the complex system of axonal transport. This domain of BPAG1n4 is conserved in other members of the spectraplakin family, suggesting that calcium regulation of microtubule plus end interaction may play a vital role in their functional activities as well. Addressing the potential role of this calcium switch may be crucial to fully understanding the diverse functional activities of spectraplakins in microtubule based cellular processes.
  • 2009
    Sara Temiyasathit.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2012
    Angela N. Bowman.
    In order for a tissue to be properly sized and patterned, enormous care must be taken to ensure that cell proliferation and differentiation are tightly regulated. The embryonic brain must execute a temporally and spatially defined developmental scheme, resulting in the production of millions of cells of multiple lineages. These cells and their resultant functional architecture must be maintained in the homeostatic adult mouse brain. These processes are in part controlled by external signaling factors, which include Wnts, and their transcriptional programs. However, the degree to which and exact mechanisms by which cell fate choices--including self-renewal, proliferation, and differentiation--are controlled by Wnt/ss-catenin signaling are unknown. Here, I describe studies to investigate these questions. First, I show the identification of a novel target of Wnt/sscatenin signaling, Pou6f1, which mediates neural differentiation and proliferation in embryonic neural progenitor cells. Next, I illustrate the use of a lineage tracing approach using a Wnt/ss-catenin target gene, Axin2, to identify and trace sites of Wnt/ss-catenin responsiveness in the developing and adult mouse brain and central nervous system. Using this same Axin2CreERT2 mouse, I describe the functional consequences of loss of sscatenin from Axin2-expressing cells. Axin2CreERT2 labels numerous radial glial cell populations throughout the central nervous system, three of which serve as functional stem/progenitor populations. Loss of ss-catenin from adult Axin2+ populations results in tissue architecture defects and increased proliferation, presumably because Wnt serves as a self-renewal signal. These studies demonstrate the importance of Wnt/ss-catenin signaling for mediating multiple cell fate choices during the development and homeostasis of the mouse central nervous system, and suggest mechanisms by which neural stem/progenitor populations could be manipulated for therapeutic outcomes.
  • 2007
    Kirstin Suzanne Knox.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2009/2010
    Mindy Claire DeRouen.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2016 Springer
    Lulu Zhang, Meina Li, Feng Ye, Tao Ding, Peng Kang.
    Part I Pandect -- Background -- Chinese Public Hospital Reform Investigation -- Basic Information of the Survey of Large Public Hospital Reform -- Part II Series Survey Reports of Large Public Hospital Reform -- Investigation on Public Welfare of Public Hospital -- Satisfaction Survey of Outpatients in Large Public Hospital -- Investigation of Health Seeking in Large Public Hospital Patients -- Research on Welfare of Doctors in Large Public Hospitals -- Study of Two-way referral of large public hospital -- The Survey of Multi-sited License in Major Public Hospitals -- Part III Comparative Analysis of Basic Situation of Large Public Hospital Reform -- Comparative Analysis of Basic Situation of Large Public Hospital between Beijing and Shanghai -- Comparative Analysis of Personnel Situation of Large Public Hospital between Beijing and Shanghai -- Comparative Analysis of Medical Business Volume of Large Public Hospital between Beijing and Shanghai -- Comparative Analysis of Service Efficiency of Large Public Hospital between Beijing and Shanghai -- Comparative Analysis of Medical Quality of Large Public Hospital between Beijing and Shanghai -- Comparative Analysis of Talents of Large Public Hospital between Beijing and Shanghai -- Comparative Analysis of Research Situation of Large Public Hospital between Beijing and Shanghai -- Comparative Analysis of Research Situation of Large Public Hospital between Beijing and Shanghai -- Comparative< Analysis of Research Result with "the Fourth National Health Service Survey Report" -- Part IV Conclusions -- Overall Assessment and Policy Recommendations.
  • 2014 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Matthew Eckwahl, MPhil.
    Part 1. Cell polarity, growth, and cell cycle -- part 2. Yeast regulatory circuits -- part 3. Gene expression and trait locus analysis -- part 4. Comparative genomics.
  • 2007 Springer
    Pentti Rautaharju and Farida Rautaharju.
  • 2005 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Helen Tryphonas, Michel Fournier, Barry R. Blakley ... [et al.].
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2013
    Jeffrey Levi [and others].
    Examines federal and state public health funding for preventive care and state variations in disease rates, healthcare access, and other data. Calls for adequate levels of investment on a sustained basis and cites examples of prevention efforts.
  • 2007 Springer
    David H. Gustafson, Patricia Flatley Brennan, and Robert P. Hawkins, editors ; foreword by Stephen M. Shortell.
    Patient-focused technology and the health care delivery system / Patricia Flatley Brennan -- CHESS : translating research into practice / Robert P. Hawkins and Susan Dinauer -- Theory and literature review / Robert P. Hawkins and John Fellows -- Considerations for successful implementation of newly adopted technologies / David H. Gustafson and John Fellows -- Implementation model development and testing / David H. Gustafson, Kuang-Yi Wen, and John Fellows -- Introduction to case studies / David H. Gustafson -- Associated Practice, 1992-1997 / Susan Dinauer, Pauley R. Johnson, Tracy Siegler, Gail Casper, and John Fellows -- Union Hospital, 1993-2001 / Susan Dinauer, Betta Owens, Tracy Siegler, Gail Casper, and John Fellows -- Strand Hardin Health Care, 1995-2002 / Tracy Siegler, Betta Owens, Gail Casper, and John Fellows -- Grace Hospital, 1996-2000 / Pauley R. Johnson, Robert P. Hawkins, Joanna Bates, Gail Casper, and John Fellows -- Simpson Hospital, 1997-2000 / Pauley R. Johnson, Susan Dinauer, Gail Casper, and John Fellows -- Caregiver Resource Center Network, 1999-2002 / Leah Eskenazi, Pauley R. Johnson, Tracy Siegler, Gail Casper, and John Fellows -- Key learning and advice for implementers / David H. Gustafson and Patricia Flatley Brennan.
  • 2015 WHO
    Also available: Print – 2015
  • 2010
    Ethan Oblivion Kung.
    Biomechanical forces such as hemodynamic parameters and stress and strain in blood vessel walls have significant effects on the initiation and development of cardiovascular diseases, as well as on the operations of implantable medical devices. Computational fluid dynamics is an emerging powerful numerical tool capable of providing fine temporal and spatial resolutions in the quantifications of these cardiovascular biomechanical forces. The overall goal of this research is to develop tools and methods for conducting in-vitro experiments, and to acquire experimental data for the validation of the computational methods. We first developed a physical Windkessel module which can provide realistic vascular impedances at the outlets of flow phantoms in order to enable in-vitro experiments that mimic in-vivo conditions. We also defined a corresponding analytical model of the Windkessel module, and showed that upon proper characterization, the analytical model can accurately predict the pressure and flow relationships produced by the physical Windkessel module. The precise analytical model can then be prescribed as a boundary condition for the finite element domain, resulting in a direct parallel between the computational description of the physical model and the physical reality. We then performed validation of the numerical method using the Windkessel module, and a rigid, two outlet, patient-derived abdominal aortic aneurysm phantom under resting and light exercise flow and pressure conditions. Physiological pressures within the phantom, and flow waveforms through the two phantom outlets were achieved. Finally, we performed validation of the numerical method incorporating deformable vessel walls, using two compliant flow phantoms under physiological flow, pressure, and deformation conditions. The compliant phantoms mimicked a patent thoracic aorta, and one with an 84% coarctation (by area). The computational predictions of pressure, flow, and velocity patterns compared favorably with experimental measurements in both of the validation studies. The accurate prediction of wave propagation behaviors in the deformable phantom study indicated a faithful prediction of the vessel wall motion. In addition to numerical methods validation, the experimental techniques we have developed can also be used in direct in-vitro evaluations of medical devices.
  • 2009
    Harry L. Ioachim, L. Jeffrey Medeiros.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2009
    first draft prepared by John F. Risher and L. Samuel Keith.
  • 1996 ScienceDirect
    Edward C. Conley ; with contributions from William J. Brammar.
    1. Extracellular ligand-gated channels -- 2. Intracellular ligand-gated channels -- 3. Inward rectifier and intercellular channels -- 4. Voltage-gated channels.
  • 2013 Springer Protocols
    edited by Nikita Gamper.
    1. Approaches to cloning of pain-related ion channel genes / Armen N. Akopian -- 2. Mammalian expression systems and transfection techniques / Daunia Laurenti and Lezanne Ooi -- 3. Use of Escherichia coli for the production and purification of membrane proteins / Vincent G.L. Postis, Andrea E. Rawlings, Amelia Lesiuk, and Stephen A. Baldwin -- 4. Transient overexpression of genes in neurons using nucleofection / Hannah M. Kirton, Louisa Pettinger, and Nikita Gamper -- 5. Viral gene delivery : optimized protocol for production of high titer lentiviral vectors / James Hewinson, Julian F.R. Paton, and Sergey Kasparov -- 6. Two-electrode voltage clamp / Bingcai Guan, Xingjuan Chen and Hailin Zhang -- 7. Conventional micropipette-based patch clamp techniques /Jonathan D. Lippiat and David C. Wrighton -- 8. Recording of ion channel activity in planar lipid bilayer experiments / Eleonora Zakharian -- 9. Recording macroscopic currents in large patches from Xenopus oocytes / Tibor Rohacs -- 10. Combined single-channel and macroscopic recording techniques to analyze gating mechanisms of the large conductance Ca²⁺ and voltage activated (BK) potassium channel / Nguyen V. Nguyen, Aleksandra Gruslova, Wojciech A. Kosiba and Bing Wang -- 11. Perforated whole-cell patch-clamp recording / John E. Linley -- 12. Piezo-electrically driven mechanical stimulation of sensory neurons / Jizhe Hao, Jérôme Ruel, Bertrand Coste, Yann Roudaut, Marcel Crest and Patrick Dlemas -- 13. Automated planar patch-clamp / Carol J. Milligan and Clemens Möller -- 14. Recording single-channel currents using "smart patch-clamp" technique / Anamika Bhargava and Julia Gorelik -- 15. Using total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy to observe ion channel trafficking and assembly / Sarah Schwarzer, Gregory I. Mashanov, Justin E. Molloy, and Andrew Tinker -- 16. Förster resonance energy transfer-based imaging at the cell surface of live cells / Sonya M. Bierbower and Mark S. Shapiro -- 17. Use of dansyl-calmodulin to study interactions with channels and other proteins / Alessandro Alaimo, Covadonga Malo, Pilar Areso, Kerman Aloria, Oscar MIllet and Alvaro Villarroel -- 18. Imaging and quantification of recycled K[subscript ATP] channels / Christopher J. Cockcroft -- 19. Generation of antibodies that are externally acting isoform-specific inhibitors of ion channels / Jacqueline Naylor and David J. Beech -- 20. Site-directed mutagenesis to study the structure-function relationships of ion channels / Wei Yang and Lin-Hua Jiang -- 21. Cysteine-based cross-linking approach to study inter-domain interactions in ion channels / Lin-Hua Jiang -- 22. Analysis of Ca²⁺⁻ binding sites in the MthK RCK domain by x-ray crystallography / Frank J. Smith and Brad S. Rothberg -- 23. Isotope labeling strategies for analysis of an ion channel cytoplasmic domain by NMR spectroscopy / Karin Abarca-Heidemann, Elke Duchardt-Ferner, Jens Woehnert and Brad S. Rothberg -- 24. Recording dendritic ion channel properties and function from cortical neurons / Mala M. Shah -- 25. M-current recording from acute DRG slices / Kirstin E. Rose, Sylvain Gigout, and Nikita Gamper -- 26. Studying ion channels in human erythrocytes by direct and indirect means / Stephan M. Huber -- 27. Recording ion channels in isolated, split-opened tubules / Elena Mironova, Vladislav Bugay, Oleh Pochynyuk, Alexander Staruschenko and James D. Stockand -- 28. Single-channel analysis of TRPC channels in the podocytes of freshly isolated glomeruli / Daria V. Ilatovskaya and Alexander Staruschenko -- 29. Ca²+ imaging as a tool to assess TRP channel function in murine distal nephrons / Mykola Mamenko, Oleg Zaika, Roger G. O'Neil and Oleh Pochynyuk -- 30. Patch-clamping Drosophila sensory neurons / Volodymyr Kucher, Benjamin A. Eaton, James D. Stockand and Nina Boiko -- 31. Production and validation of recombinant adeno-associated virus for channelrhodopsin expression in neurons / John Y. Lin -- 32. Optical control of ligand-gated ion channels / Stephanie Szobota, Catherine McKenzie, and Harald Janovjak.
  • 2006 Springer Protocols
    edited by James D. Stockand, Mark S. Shapiro.
    A simple in-vivo method for assessing changes of membrane bound ion channel density in xenopus oocytes / Mouhamed S. Awayda ... [et al.] -- Preparation of cortical brain slices for electrophysiological recording / Costa M. Colbert -- Juxtacellular labeling and chemical phenotyping of extracellulary recorded neurons in vivo / Glenn M. Toney and Lynette C. Daws -- Carbon fiber amperometry in the study of ion channels and secretion / Duk-Su Koh -- Genetic screening for functionality of bacterial potassium channel mutants using K+ update-deficient escherichia coli / Lyubov V. Parfenova and Brad S. Rothberg -- KCNQ1 K channel-mediated cardiac channelopathies / Gildas Loussouarn, Isabelle Baro, and Denis Escade -- Tissue-specific transgenic and knockout mice / Andrée Porret ... [et al.]. Functional reconstitution of the human epithelial Na+ channel in a mammalian expression system / Alexander Staruschenko ... [et al.] -- Overexpression of proteins in neurons using replication-deficient virus / Richard M. Ahlquist and Jane M. Sullivan -- Exogenous expression of proteins in neurons using the biolistic particle delivery system / Nikita Gamper and Mark S. Shapiro -- Tertiary and quaternary structure formation of voltage-gated potassium channels / John M. Robinson, Andrey Kosolapov, and Carol Deutsch -- Biophysical approach to determine the subunit stoichiometry of the epithelial sodium channel using the xenopus laevis oocyte expression system / Farhad Kosari, Shaou Sheng, and Thomas R. Kleyman -- Spectroscopy-based quantitative fluorescence resonance energy transfer analysis / Jie Zheng -- Probing the effects of phosphoinositides on ion channels / Chou-Long Huang -- Epithelial sodium channel in planar lipid bilayers / Bakhrom K. Berdiev and Dale J. Benos --
  • ScienceDirect
    edited by Bernardo Rudy, Linda E. Iverson.
    Also available: Print – 1992
  • ScienceDirect
    edited by P. Michael Conn.
    Also available: Print – 1998
  • ScienceDirect
    edited by P. Michael Conn.
    Also available: Print – 1999
  • v. 1-2, 1972.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    v. 1. Levels -- v. 2. Effects.
  • 2015 Springer Protocols
    edited by Gabriela K. Popescu.
    1. Assaying AMPA Receptor Oligomerization / Catherine L. Salussolia, Quan Gan, Lonnie P. Wollmuth -- 2. A Step-by-Step Guide to Single-Subunit Counting of Membrane-Bound Proteins in Mammalian Cells / Mark R. Aurousseau, Hugo McGuire, Rikard Blunck, Derek Bowie -- 3. Counting NMDA Receptors at the Cell Surface / Martin Horak, Young Ho Suh -- 4. Electrophysiological Tagging of Ionotropic Glutamate Receptors / Andres Barria -- 5. Electron Microscopy Analysis of AMPA Receptors in Dendritic Spines / Audra A. Kramer, Amber N. Petersen, Nashaat Z. Gerges -- 6. Functional Detection of Novel Triheteromeric NMDA Receptors / Sanjay S. Kumar -- 7. Expression, Purification, and Crystallization of Full Length Ionotropic Glutamate Receptors / Maria V. Yelshanskaya, Kei Saotome, Minfen Li, Alexander I. Sobolevsky -- 8. NMR Approaches to Functional Dynamics of Genetically Separated iGluR Domains / Christopher P. Ptak, Ahmed H. Ahmed, Robert E. Oswald -- 9. Computing Conformational Free Energies of iGluR Ligand-Binding Domains / Alvin Yu, Tyler Wied, John Belcher, Albert Y. Lau -- 10. LRET Methods for Investigating Conformational Changes in Functional Ionotropic Glutamate Receptors / Rita E. Sirrieh, Vasanthi Jayaraman -- 11. Assaying the Energetics of NMDA Receptor Pore Opening / Rashek Kazi, Melissa Daniel, Lonnie P. Wollmuth -- 12. Constructing a Rapid Solution Exchange System / David M. MacLean -- 13. Assessing The Effects of Ligand-Binding Mutations to AMPA and Kainate Receptor Kinetics / Mark W. Fleck -- 14. Analysis of Whole-Cell NMDA Receptor Currents / Vojtech Vyklicky, Miloslav Korinek, Ales Balik, Tereza Smejkalova, Barbora Krausova, Ladislav Vyklicky -- 15. Calcium Imaging to Study NMDA Receptor-mediated Cellular Responses / Kelly A. Krogh, Stanley A. Thayer -- 16. Timing AMPA Receptor Activation with Laser-Pulse Photolysis / Li Niu -- 17. Current Recording and Kinetic Analyses for Single AMPA Receptors / Kinning Poon, Robert E. Oswald, Linda M. Nowak -- 18. Extracting Rate Constants for NMDA Receptor Gating from One-Channel Current Recordings / Kirstie A. Cummings, Gary J. Iacobucci, Gabriela K. Popescu.
  • 2011 ProQuest Safari
    J.D. Biersdorfer.
    Looks at the features and functions of the iPad2, covering such topics as accessing the Internet, setting up an email account, using built-in apps, playing games, using iTunes, watching videos, and syncing with MobileMe.
  • 2010 ProQuest Safari
    by Edward C. Baig and Bob LeVitus.
    "Part iPod touch, part MacBook, part eReader, and all amazing, the iPad combines the best of your favorite gadgets into one ultraportable touch device. This handy guide helps you make the most of your iPad. From sending e-mail and surfing the Web to playing games, watching videos, downloading cool apps and more, the fun begins right here"--P. [4] of cover.
  • 2010 ProQuest Safari
    Martin Trautschold and Gary Mazo.
    Pt. I. Quick start guide -- pt. II. Introduction -- pt. 3. You and your iPad. Getting started -- Typing tips, copy/paste & search -- Sync your iPad with iTunes -- WiFi and 3G connections -- Moving, docking, and deletingicons -- Personalize and secure your iPad -- Playing music -- iBooks and E-books -- Viewing videos, tv shows, & more -- Bluetooth on the iPad -- Surf the web with Safari -- E-mail -- Working with contacts -- Your calendar -- Working with photos -- Maps -- Eliminate your paper notes -- iWork : productivity on your iPad -- iTunes on your iPad -- Amazing App Store -- Games and fun -- Social networking -- New media : reading newspapers, magazines, and more -- Other sync methods -- Troubleshooting -- pt. IV. iPad's soulmate : iTunes. Your iTunes user guide.
  • 2010 ProQuest Safari
    J.D. Biersdorfer.
    Looks at the features and functions of the iPad, covering such topics as using Safari, setting up an email account, using built-in apps, playing games, using iTunes, watching videos, syncing with MobileMe.
  • 2007 WHO
    IPCS.
    The use of structured frameworks in chemical risk assessment promotes transparent, harmonized approaches. This publication presents two IPCS frameworks originally published in Critical Reviews in Toxicology. Part 1 contains the IPCS Framework for Analyzing the Relevance of a Cancer Mode of Action for Humans, along with three case studies illustrating its application. Part 2 contains the IPCS Framework for Analyzing the Relevance of a Non-Cancer Mode of Action for Humans. The frameworks provide a means of ensuring a transparent evaluation of the data, identification of key data gaps and of information that would be of value in the further risk assessment of the chemical in question.--Publisher's description.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2012
    Laura Kelly.
    "This book is the first comprehensive history of Irish women in medicine in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. It focuses on the debates surrounding women's admission to Irish medical schools, the geographical and social backgrounds of early women medical students, their educational experiences and subsequent careers. It is the first collective biography of the 760 women who studied medicine at Irish institutions in the period and, in contrast to previous histories, puts forward the idea that women medical students and doctors were treated fairly and often favourably by the Irish medical hierarchy. It highlights the distinctiveness of Irish medical education in contrast with that in Britain and is also unique in terms of the combination of rich sources it draws upon, such as official university records from Irish universities, medical journals, Irish newspapers, Irish student magazines, the memoirs of Irish women doctors, and oral history accounts." -- [Publisher-supplied data]
  • 2013 Springer
    B. Rowe Byers, editor.
    Iron Acquisition by the Genus Mycobacterium summarizes the early evidence for the necessity of iron in mycobacteria and the discovery of the mycobacterial siderophores mycobactin, carboxymycobactin, and exochelin. The structural characterization of the mycobacterial siderophores is described. The genes so far identified as essential for iron acquisition and maintenance of an infection by pathogenic mycobacteria are discussed. The potential role of siderocalin in iron gathering by M. tuberculosis is featured. Because new drugs for M. tuberculosis are needed, this brief also emphasizes the design of antibiotics that interfere with siderophore biosynthesis and the use of siderophore analogs and/or conjugates.
  • 2010 Springer
    edited by Shlomo Yehuda, David I. Mostofsky.
  • 2012 Springer
    Gregory J. Anderson, Gordon D. McLaren, editors.
    Cellular iron metabolism -- Proteins of iron homeostasis -- Cellar iron physiology -- Regulation of iron metabolism in mammalian cells -- Concentrating, storing, and detoxifying iron: the ferritins and and hemosiderin -- Iron physiology -- Iron nutrition -- Intestinal iron absorption -- Plasma iron and iron delivery to the tissues -- Iron salvage pathways -- Molecular regulation of systemic iron metabolism -- Erythroid iron metabolism -- Iron and the reticuloendothelial system -- Iron and the immune system -- Disorders of iron homeostasis: anemias -- Iron deficiency -- Liabilities of iron deficiency -- Anemia of inflammation and chronic disease -- Disorders of red cell production and the iron-loading anemias -- Disorders of iron homeostasis: iron overload and related conditions -- Pathology of hepatic iron overload -- Hepatic pathobioogy of iron overload -- HFE-associated hereditary hemochromatosis -- Non-HFE hemochromatosis -- Miscellaneous iron-related disorders -- Iron and liver disease -- Neuropathology and iron: central nervous system iron homeostasis -- Iron metabolism in cancer and infection -- Clinical diagnosis and therapy -- Estimation of body iron stores -- Genetic testing for disorders of iron homeostasis -- Properties of therapeutically useful iron chelators -- Clinical use of iron chelators -- Model systems for studying iron homeostasis -- Mammalian models of iron homeostasis -- Yeast iron metabolism -- Zebrafish models of heme synthesis and iron metabolism.
  • 2013
    Douglas E. Hough.
    What is behavioral economics -- and why should we care? -- Keeping what we have, even if we don't like it -- Managing expectations and behavior -- Understanding the stubbornly inconsistent patient -- Understanding the stubbornly inconsistent consumer -- Understanding the medical decision making process, or, Why a physician can make the same mistakes as a patient -- Explaining the cumulative impact of physicians' decisions -- Can we use the concepts of behavioral economics to transform health care?
  • 2006 Springer
    Ai-Lean Chew, Ai-Lean, Howard Maibach (eds.).
    I. Classification and clinical features -- 1. Ten genotypes of irritant contact dermatitis -- 2. Irritant contact dermatitis versus allergic contact dermatitis -- II. Special clinical forms -- 3. Barrier function and perturbation: relevance for interdigital dermatitis -- 4. Friction melanosis -- 5. Diaper dermatitis -- 6. Chemical skin burns -- 7. Contact urticaria syndrome -- 8. Airborne irritant dermatitis -- 9. Irritant dermatitis of the scalp -- 10. Irritant contact dermatitis of the nails -- III. Epidemiology -- 11. Importance of irritant contact dermatitis in occupational skin disease -- 12. Irritant contact dermatitis in the tropics -- IV. Occupational irritant dermatitis -- 13. Occupational issues of irritant contact dermatitis -- 14. Hairdressing -- 15. Occupational irritant dermatitis - metal workers -- 16. Health care workers -- 17. The Electronics industry -- 18. Painters, lacquerers, and varnishers -- V. Risk factors for irritant dermatitis -- 19. Age -- 20. Gender -- 21. Ethnicity -- 22. Atopy -- VI. Insights from bioengineering -- 23. Prediction bioengineering -- 24. Quantitative sonography for the evaluation of irritant reactions -- 25. Functional skin testing: the SMART procedures -- 26. Bioengineering correlates of the sensitive skin syndrome: the sensory irritation component -- 27. Squamometry -- VII. The Irritants: special issues -- 28. Corrosive materials -- 29. Detergents -- 30. Sodium lauryl sulfate -- 31. Organic solvents -- 32. Oils, cutting fluids, and lubricants -- 33. Food -- 34. Dithranol -- 35. Copper -- 36. Fatty acid binding proteins -- VIII. Mechanisms of irritant dermatitis -- 37. Histopathology of irritant contact dermatitis -- 38. Percutaneous absorption and irritant dermatitis -- 39 Cytokines and irritant dermatitis -- 40. Oxidative stress -- 41. Langerhans cells and skin irritation -- 42. Hydration injury -- IX. Prevention of irritant dermatitis -- 43. Primary prevention of irritant contact dermatitis -- 44. Protective gloves -- 45. Anti-irritants -- 46. Barrier creams -- 47. Moisturizers -- 48. Moisturizers and irritant contact dermatitis -- 49. Effects of CO2 on barrier recovery -- X. Management and therapy -- 50. Treatment of irritant contact dermatitis -- 51. Topical corticosteroids in the treatment of irritant dermatitis -- 52. Barrier creams and emollients -- XI. Product testing -- 53. In vivo models of skin irritation -- 54. In vitro methods to predict skin irritation -- XII. Appendices -- 1. Questionnaire methods for hand dermatitis studies -- 2. Patient information sheets -- 3. Selected sources of information for irritant contact dermatitis.
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • 2014 Ovid
    [edited by] Richard S. Irwin, Craig M. Lilly, James M. Rippe.
  • 2008 Ovid
    editors, Richard S. Irwin, James M. Rippe.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2011 Ovid
    editors, Richard S. Irwin, James M. Rippe.
  • 2002 NAP
    prepared by Margie Patlak and Janet e. Joy; board on Neuroscience and Behavioral Health, Institute of Medicine.
  • 2011 Springer
    Antoine Suarez, Joachim Huarte, editors.
    Breakthrough in stem cell research? : the reprogramming of somatic cells to pluripotent stem cells / Boris Greber, Hans Schöler -- Preimplantation stages of human development : the biological and moral status of early embryos / Maureen L. Condic -- Complete moles and parthenotes are not organisms / Nicanor Pier Giorgio Austriaco -- Embryos grown in culture deserve the same moral status as embryos after implantation / Joachim Huarte, Antoine Suarez -- Distinguishing embryos from non-embryos / Patrick Lee -- On the status of human embryos and cellular entities produced through ANT : are they persons? / Pablo Requena Meana -- Does a human being have a right to life? : the debate on embryo research in Germany as a case study / Manfred Spieker -- Interspecies mixtures and the status of humanity / Neville Cobbe -- The boundaries of humanity : the ethics of human-animal chimeras in cloning and stem cell research / William B. Hurlbut -- Is this cell entity a human being? : neural activity, spiritual soul, and the status of the inner cell mass and pluripotent stem cells / Antoine Suarez.
  • 2009 Springer
    Maurice E. Langham.
    Ch. 1 "In vivo" manometric studies of the steady state intraocular pressure and the intraocular pressure pulse in animals and man -- Ch. 2 Rate of formation of the aqueous humor -- Ch. 3 Steady state intraocular pressure/flow relations in dead and living animal and human eyes -- Ch. 4 Homeostasis, autoregulation, and relative ischemia -- Ch. 5 Pressure/volume relation in eyes of dead and living animal and human eyes -- Ch. 6 Ocular perfusion pressure and its influence on the intraocular pressure pulse -- Ch. 7 Direct and indirect measurements of ocular blood flow in anesthetized and conscious animals and humans -- Ch. 8 Morphology and hydrodynamics of the chamber angle draining the aqueous humor -- Ch. 9 Sympathetic nerve innervation of the eye and the actions of the adrenergic neuron transmitter norepinephrine on intraocular pressure and ocular blood flow -- Ch. 10 Manometric studies on the intraocular pressure and vascular circulation in ophthalmic disease -- Ch. 11 Noninvasive studies on the IOP, PA and blood flow autoregulation in healthy and diseased eyes -- Ch. 12 Effect of posture and corneal thickness on the measurement of the intraocular pressure -- Ch. 13 The Langham pneumatic analogue and digitized tonometers -- Ch. 14 Calibration of the intraocular pressure and the intraocular pressure pulse using the Langham pneumatic tonometer -- Ch. 15 Theory of the Langham tonometer -- Ch. 16 Intraocular pressure/pulse amplitude relation in healthy animal and human eyes -- Ch. 17 Intraocular pressure/pulse amplitude relation and loss of autoregulation in ocular diseases -- Ch. 18 Autoregulation of the intraocular pressure and the ocular blood flow -- Ch. 19 Evaluation of ocular ischemia and the loss of autoregulation for the early detection of ocular vascular diseases -- Ch. 20 Action of drugs on ocular blood flow and on the intraocular pressure/pulse amplitude relation -- Ch. 21 Confluence and integration of therapies based on modulation of the intraocular pressure and ocular blood flow -- Ch. 22 Longitudinal therapeutic studies -- Ch. 23 Ophthalmodynamometry, the opthalmic arterial pressure and the effect of increased vascular resistance proximal and distal to the ophthalmic artery on ocular blood flow, the IOP/PA relation and vision -- Ch. 24 Ophthalmodynamometry -- Ch. 25 Autoregulation of the intraocular pressure and blood flow in the human eye -- Ch. 26 Objective measure of the diastolic and systolic ophthalmic arterial pressures -- Ch. 27 Ophthalmic arterial pressure in healthy subjects -- Ch. 28 Relation between the ophthalmic arterial pressure and the intraocular pressure/pulse amplitude relation -- Ch. 29 Modulation of the intraocular pressure/pulse amplitude relation in subjects with stenosis of the internal carotid artery -- Ch. 30 Alzheimer's disease and the eye -- Ch. 31 Ocular perfusion pressure and the visual threshold.
  • 2011 Springer
    Sohan Singh Hayreh.
    Structure of the Optic Nerve -- Blood Supply of the Optic Nerve -- Blood-Optic Nerve Barrier -- Factors Influencing the Optic Nerve Head Blood Flow -- Measurement of the Optic Nerve Head Blood Flow -- Terminology and Types of Ischemic Optic Neuropathy -- Optic Disc -- Clinical Evaluation of Patients with Ischemic Optic Neuropathies -- General Characteristics of Giant Cell Arteritis -- Clinical Features of Giant Cell Arteritis -- Diagnostic Criteria for Giant Cell Arteritis -- Ophthalmic Manifestations of Giant Cell Arteritis -- Management of Giant Cell Arteritis to Prevent Visual Loss -- Pathogenesis of Classical Non-arteritic Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy -- Pathogenesis of Some Controversial Non-arteritic Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy Clinical Entities -- Clinical Features of Non-arteritic Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy -- Management of Non-arteritic Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy -- Animal Model of Non-arteritic Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy -- Classification and Incidence of Posterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy -- Pathogenesis of Posterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy -- Clinical Features of Posterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy -- Management of Posterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy.
  • 2016 Springer
    Bruce Ovbiagele, Tanya N. Turan, editors.
    Chapter 1 General Concepts: Management of Acute Ischemic Stroke -- Chapter 2 Pre-hospital Stroke Treatment (EMS stabilization protocols) -- Chapter 3 Intravenous Thrombolysis and Anti-thrombotics -- Chapter 4 Intra-Arterial Therapy for Acute Ischemic Stroke -- Chapter 5 Hemicraniectomy -- Chapter 6 Supportive Care and Management of In-hospital Complications -- Chapter 7 Post-Discharge Complications of Stroke -- Chapter 8 General Concepts: Stroke Mechanisms, Subtyping, and Work Up -- Chapter 9 Traditional Stroke Risk Factor Treatment -- Chapter 10 Heterogeneous causes of stroke -- Antithrombotics -- Chapter 11 Heterogeneous Causes of Stroke -- Select Emerging Risk Factors -- Chapter 12 Secondary Prevention After Cardioembolic Stroke -- Chapter 13 Secondary Prevention after Ischemic Lacunar Stroke -- Chapter 14 Secondary Prevention after Symptomatic Large Artery Extracranial Disease -- Chapter15 Secondary Prevention after Symptomatic Large Artery Intracranial Disease -- Chapter 16 Secondary Prevention after Non-atherosclerotic Cerebral Vasculopathies -- Chapter 17 Secondary Prevention after Ischemic Strokes due to Hypercoagulable States -- Chapter 18 General Concepts: Therapies for Rehabilitation and Recovery -- Chapter 19 Botulinum Toxin for Post-Stroke Limb Spasticity -- Chapter 20 Selective Serotonin Re-uptake Inhibitors -- Chapter 21 Constraint Induced Therapies -- Chapter 22 Virtual Reality in Stroke Rehabilitation -- Chapter 23 Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation -- Chapter 24 General Concepts: Management of Asymptomatic Cerebrovascular Disease -- Chapter 25 Asymptomatic Carotid Artery Stenosis -- Chapter 26 Subclinical Vascular Brain Injury -- Chapter 27 General Concepts: Stroke Systems of Care -- Chapter 28 Stroke Centers and Related Aspects of Stroke Systems -- Chapter 29 Role of Registries and Community Models in Developed Countries -- Chapter 30 Telemedicine in Stroke Systems of Care.
  • 2013
    Kenneth V. Iserson.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2009 Springer
    Mohammed Salah Ben Ammar ; [préface de Louis Puybasset].
  • 2007 Springer
    Dariusch Atighetchi.
  • edited by Peter E. Pormann.
  • 2010 Springer
    Md. Shahidul Islam, editor.
    Also available: Print – 2010
  • 2012 Springer Protocols
    edited by Klaus Ballanyi.
    Autonomic nervous system in vitro : studying tonically active neurons controlling vagal outflow in rodent brainstem slices / Stefan Trapp and Klaus Ballanyi -- Anatomically "calibrated" isolated respiratory networks from newborn rodents / Araya Ruangkittisakul [and others] -- Physiological properties of human fetal cortex in vitro / Anna R. Moore [and others] -- Histological characterization of physiologically determined fast-spiking interneurons in slices of primate dorsolateral prefrontal cortex / Kenneth N. Fish [and others] -- Neural circuits underlying circadian oscillations in mammals : clocks in a dish / Takahiro J. Nakamura [and others] -- Osmoregulatory circuits in slices and en bloc preparations of rodent hypothalamus / Tevye J. Stachniak [and others] -- Establishing in vivo-like activity in rat cerebellar cells maintained in vitro / Bruce E. McKay [and others] -- Spontaneous rhythmic activity in the adult cerebral cortex in vitro / Maria V. Sanchez-Vives -- Living human brain slices : network analysis using voltage-sensitive dyes / Tilman Broicher and Erwin-Josef Speckmann -- Intact in vitro preparations of the neonatal rodent cortex : analysis of cellular properties and network activity / Heiko J. Luhmann and Werner Kilb -- Spontaneous neural network oscillations in hippocampus, cortex, and locus coeruleus of newborn rat and piglet brain slices / Chase Kantor [and others] -- Neuronal networks in the in vitro isolated guinea pig brain / Marco de Curtis [and others] -- Study of respiratory chemoreflexes using a novel dual-perfused rodent preparation / Trevor A. Day and Richard J.A. Wilson -- Defined medium organotypic cultures of spinal cord put 'pain in a dish' / James E. Biggs [and others] -- Rodent isolated spinal cord preparations to examine motor output / Sravan Mandadi [and others].
  • 2003 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Rajni Hatti-Kaul, Bo Mattiasson.
  • 2006
    Joshua Spanogle.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    The plot hinges on issues of medical ethics, infectious disease, and public safety.
  • 2012 Springer
    Lucyna Antkiewicz-Michaluk, Hans Rommelspacher, editors.
  • 2006 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Amnon Kohen, Hans-Heinrich Limbach.
  • 2012 Springer
    Hanudatta S. Atreya, editor.
    Also available: Print – 2012
  • 2016 ScienceDirect
    edited by Zvi Kelman.
    Application of natural isotopic abundance 1H-13C-and 1H-15N-correlated two-dimensional NMR for evaluation of the structure of protein therapeutics -- A semiautomated assignment protocol for methyl group side chains in large proteins -- 19F-site-specific-labeled nucleotides for nucleic acid structural analysis by NMR -- Applying thymine isostere 2,4-difluoro-5-methylbenzene as a NMR assignment tool and probe of homopyrimidine/homopurine tract structural dynamics -- Biomolecular deuteration for neutron structural biology and dynamics -- Dueterium labeling together with contrast variation small-angle neutron scattering suggests how skip captures and releases unfolded outer membrane proteins -- Deuteration in biological neutron reflectometry -- Deuterium labeling strategies for creating contrast in structure-function studies of model bacterial outer membranes using neutron reflectometry -- Essential strategies for revealing nanoscale protein dynamics by neutron spin echo spectoscopy -- Method for the determination of 15N incorporation percentage in labeled peptides and proteins -- QconCAT: internal standard for protein quantification -- Production purification, and characterization of 15N-labeled DNA repair proteins as internal standards for mass spectrometric measurements -- Hydrogen exchange mass spectrometry -- Mapping protein-ligand interactions with proteolytic fragmentation, hydrogen/deuterium exchange-mass spectrometry -- Isotope labelgin of biomolecules: structural analysis of viruses by HDX-MS.
  • 2015 ScienceDirect
    edited by Zvi Kelman.
    Isotope Labeling of Biomolecules - Labeling Methods, the latest volume of the Methods in Enzymology series contains comprehensive information on stable isotope labeling methods and applications for biomolecules.
  • 2007
    edited by Abby S. Bloch ... [et al.].
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    An overview of the dietetics professional's training and opportunities in healthcare / Robert S. DeChicco and Laura E. Matarese -- Dietetics education: past, present, and future / Deborah D. Canter -- Advanced-level and specialty practice: how necessary or beneficial are they for practitioners? / Julie O'Sullivan Maillet and Wanda H. Howell -- The economics of dietetic patient care / Elvira Q. Johnson, Chris Biesemeier, and Sylvia Escott-Stump -- Development of the dietetics professional's role as a member of a healthcare team / Beth Leonberg -- Is the dietetics professional an equal player on the healthcare team? / Robert F. Kushner ... [et al.] -- Global dietetics issues / Patricia S. Anthony -- Nutrition screening in acute care / Pam Charney -- Nutrition assessment / Marion F. Winkler and Riva Touger-Decker -- Measuring nutrient intake: are the tools valid for clinical practice and/or research? / Phyllis J. Stumbo -- Conducting research in a clinical practice setting / Esther F. Myers -- Informatics in the new healthcare environment / Syed S. Haque -- Genetics, nutrituional genomics, and dietetics practice: what the dietetics professional should know / Gail P.A. Kauwell -- Hypertension and clinical nutrition practice / Jennifer Muir Bowers -- Nutrition and coronary artery disease / Wanda H. Howell -- Obesity: the challenge for the healthcare professional / Abby S. Bloch -- Nutritional approaches to diabetes mellitus / Judith Wylie-Rosett -- Emerging issues in cancer care and nutrition / Cynthia A. Thomson -- Food-drug interactions / June H. McDermott and Carol J. Rollins -- Issues with alternative/complementary nutrition therapies: their role in clinical practices / Diane Rigassio Radler and Adam Perlman -- Implementing nutrient-based recommendations and dietary guidelines / Ricardo Uauy and Abby S. Bloch -- Global nutrient recommendations and food-based dietary guidelines: tables / Abby S. Bloch.
  • 2014 Springer
    Helen E. Scharfman, Paul S. Buckmaster, editors.
    Part 1. How can we identify ictal and interictal abnormal activity? / Robert S. Fisher, Helen E. Scharfman, and Marco deCurtis -- What is the clinical relevance of in vitro epileptiform activity? / Uwe Heinemann and Kevin J. Staley -- What is the importance of abnormal "background" activity in seizure generation? / Richard J. Staba and Gregory A. Worrell -- What is a seizure focus? / J. Victor Nadler and Dennis D. Spencer -- What is a seizure network? Long-range network consequences of focal seizures / Hal Blumenfeld -- What is a seizure network? Very fast oscillations at the interface between normal and epileptic brain / Roger D. Traub, Mark O. Cunningham, and Miles A. Whittington -- Is there such a thing as "generalized" epilepsy? / Gilles van Luijtelaar, Charles Behr, and Massimo Avoli -- Part 2. Are there really "epileptogenic" mechanisms or only corruptions of "normal" plasticity? / Giuliano Avanzini, Patrick A. Forcelli, and Karen Gale -- When and how do seizures kill neurons, and is cell death relevant to epileptogenesis? / Ray Dingledine, Nicholas H. Varvel, and F. Edward Dudek -- How is homeostatic plasticity important in epilepsy? / John W. Swann and Jong M. Rho -- Is plasticity of GABAergic mechanisms relevant to epileptogenesis? / Helen E. Scharfman and Amy R. Brooks-Kayal -- Do structural changes in GABA neurons give rise to the epileptic state? / Carolyn R. Houser -- Does mossy fiber sprouting give rise to the epileptic state? / Paul S. Buckmaster -- Does brain inflammation mediate pathological outcomes in epilepsy? / Karen S. Wilcox and Annamaria Vezzani -- Are changes in synaptic function that underlie hyperexcitability responsible for seizure activity? / John G.R. Jefferys -- Does epilepsy cause a reversion to immature function? / Aristea S. Galanopoulou and Solomon L. Moshé -- Are alterations in transmitter receptor and ion channel expression responsible for epilepsies? / Kim L. Powell, Katarzyna Lukasiuk, Terence J. O'Brien, and Asla Pitkänen -- Part 3. How do we make models that are useful in understanding partial epilepsies? / David A. Prince -- Aligning animal models with clinical epilepsy: where to begin? / Stephen C. Harward and James O. McNamara -- What non-neuronal mechanisms should be studied to understand epileptic seizures? / Damir Janigro and Matthew C. Walker -- What epilepsy comorbidities are important to model in the laboratory? clinical perspectives / Simon Shorvon -- Epilepsy comorbidities: how can animal models help? / Carl E. Stafstrom -- What new modeling approaches will help us identify promising drug treatments? / Scott C. baraban and Wolfgang Löscher -- What are the arguments for and against rational therapy for epilepsy? / Melissa Barker-Haliski, Graeme J. Sills, and H. Steve White -- How can advances in epilepsy genetics lead to better treatments and cures? / Renzo Guerrini and Jeffrey Noebels -- How might novel technologies such as optogenetics lead to better treatments in epilepsy? / Esther Krook-Magnuson, Marco Ledri, Ivan Soltesz, and Merab Kokaia -- Index.
    Also available: Print – 2014
  • 2007 Karger
    editors, Carlo Agostoni, Oscar Brunser.
    Breastfeeding and complementary feeding of children up to 2 years of age / K.H. Brown -- Does breastfeeding protect from growth acceleration and later obesity? / A. Singhal -- Later effects of breastfeeding practice: the evidence / D. Turck -- Traditional foods vs. manufactured baby foods / E.L. Ferguson, N. Darmon -- Potential contaminants in the food chain: identification, prevention and issue management / F.P. Scanlan -- The microbiological risk / L. Morelli -- Cereal fortification programs in developing countries / S. Bulusu ... [et al.] -- Processed infant cereals as vehicles of functional components / M. Domelléf, C. West -- Functional ingredients in the complementary feeding period and long-term effects / C. Agostoni, E. Riva, M. Giovannini -- The influence of gluten: weaning recommendations for healthy children and children at risk for celiac disease / S. Guandalini -- Allergic infants: growth and implications while on exclusion diets / K. Laitinen, E. Isolauri -- Weaning infants with malnutrition, including HIV / N.W. Solomons -- Adverse effects of cow's milk in infants / E.E. Ziegler -- Whole cow's milk: why, what and when? / K.F. Michaelsen ... [et al.] -- Meat as an early complementary food for infants: implications for macro- and micronutrient intakes / N.F. Krebs -- Functional fermented milk products / O. Brunser, M. Gotteland, S. Cruchet.
  • 2001 HighWire
    edited by E.M. Antman and K.M. Fox, ICF co-chairs.
    Also available: Print – 2001
  • 2012
    Feng-Chiao Tsai.
    Terminating cell migration is critical for cancer treatment, because malignancy progresses through migrating tumor cells (metastasis) and migrating endothelial cells (neoangiogenesis.) Although cell migration requires Ca2+ for polarity and turning, it is not well understood how Ca2+ signals regulate cell migration. By studying sheet migration using endothelial cells loaded with Fura-2/AM, we identified pulsatile local Ca2+ pulses near the cell front. Each Ca2+ pulse controlled a local retraction and adhesion process in lamellipodia. Eliminating endogenous Ca2+ pulses reduced lamellipodial retraction while photo-release of Ca2+ from NP-EGTA induced front retraction and adhesion, indicating that these small Ca2+ signals were both necessary and sufficient for cyclic lamellipodia activity. Mechanistically, these local Ca2+ pulses acts through myosin light-chain kinase and myosin II to mediate actin cable retraction and to strengthen focal adhesion. We further explored the origin of these local Ca2+ signals. Removing extracellular Ca2+ did not eliminate local Ca2+ pulses, suggesting that these local signals are generated from activated inositol-3-phosphate receptors (IP3R) in the endoplasmic reticulum (ER). Inhibiting receptor tyrosine kinases (RTK) diminished local Ca2+ pulses, confirming that RTK-induced IP3R activation was the major source of these Ca2+ signals. More experiments demonstrated that diacylglycerol, the downstream regulator of RTK signaling, was also enriched in the cell front. It contributed to cell motility and polarity through protein kinase C. Therefore, polarized RTK signaling generates local Ca2+ signals and diacylglycerol in the cell front to ensure coordinated cell movement. We also investigated how Ca2+ homeostasis was maintained during cell migration. Our data showed that plasma membrane Ca2+ ATPases (PMCA) pumped Ca2+ out of the cell more actively in the front than in the back. The resulting low basal Ca2+ in the front of migrating cells maintained the sensitivity of the cell front to local Ca2+ pulses. Furthermore, to avoid depletion of Ca2+ in the front ER after it being released through IP3R, microtubules transported STIM1, a sensor of ER luminal Ca2+, toward the cell front triggering store-operated Ca2+ influx near the leading edge. Thus, cells maintain efficient migration through coordinated Ca2+ signaling systems. In summary, temporal-spatial coordination of Ca2+ signaling controls cell migration by regulating local adhesion, motility, and polarization. Our research also reveals the importance of interactions between signaling modules in migrating cells. Finally, a "synthetic immobility" screen will elucidate how different components are coordinated in cell migration, and will identify novel drug targets against cancer metastasis.
  • 2014 CRCnetBASE
    edited by E. Carstens and Tasuku Akiyama.
  • 2013
    Widya Mulyasasmita.
    The repair of damaged tissues through cell and growth factor administration is a promising strategy in regenerative medicine. However, clinical success has been limited due to the lack of effective delivery methods. While deemed minimally invasive, the conventional approach of direct injection in saline compromises the efficacy of the biological payloads. Post-injection cell survival is often dismally low, owing to the combination of shear forces during injection and hostile environments at the injury site. Growth factors delivered by bolus injections face rapid clearance and distribution to off-target sites, leading to suboptimal concentrations at the sites of therapy and potential side effects in normal tissues. These are major therapeutic hurdles because symptomatic relief following cell therapy is often correlated with the number of surviving donor cells. In the case of growth factor therapy, spatiotemporal control over growth factor distribution is critical for normal recovery, as tissue regeneration is a tightly coordinated process. This thesis presents a biomaterials approach to overcome these hurdles by harnessing polymer and protein engineering strategies to design injectable hydrogel carries for optimal cell and drug delivery. A broad survey of protein-engineered biomaterials is first given in Chapter 1 to provide a foundation for the design principles, synthesis, and characterization methods employed in subsequent chapters. Chapter 2 describes a mechanistic investigation into the physical forces imposed on cells during injection, using alginate polysaccharides as model carriers. This study reveals extensional stresses to be the dominant cause of cell death, and that cell viability can be restored by pre-encapsulation in hydrogel carriers that exhibit thixotropy, or the ability to shear-thin and self-heal. Subsequent chapters describe the design and characterization of a thixotropic protein-engineered hydrogel system called MITCH, or Mixing-Induced Two-Component Hydrogels, and their applications as cell and drug delivery vehicles in regenerative medicine. The crosslinking of the MITCH network relies on the reversible binding between complementary peptide domains, enabling gelation and cell encapsulation by simple mixing at physiological conditions. The design rationale and demonstration of thixotropy, cyto-compatibility, and three-dimensional cell encapsulation are discussed in Chapter 3. In Chapter 4, the specificity and stoichiometric precision of the peptide-peptide crosslinking interactions are highlighted as a distinguishing feature of MITCH. Polymer physics considerations are combined with protein science methodologies to enable the predictable tuning of macroscopic-level gel mechanics through molecular-level variations of component concentration and stoichiometric ratio. The remainder of the thesis focuses on the utility of the MITCH material as a delivery carrier for cell and drug regenerative therapy. Cell protection is demonstrated in Chapter 5, where adipose-derived stem cells injected subcutaneously in mice exhibit improved retention when encapsulated and delivered in MITCH, relative to saline and control biomatrices. Moreover, histological analyses of explants show endogenous cell invasion and signs of native extracellular matrix remodeling at day 3. The simple mixing protocol allows the encapsulation and release of peptide drugs and growth factors in their bioactive state. Chapter 6 describes the engineering of an affinity- and avidity-based peptide drug delivery system, developed by using the molecular recognition domains in MITCH. Fusion of angiogenic peptides to MITCH-specific affinity tags enables drug immobilization, sustained release, and prolonged local drug availability. This controlled release strategy induces higher levels of endothelial cell migration and matrix invasion compared to delivery from saline alone. Chapter 7 presents a therapeutic angiogenesis strategy by dual delivery of human induced stem cell-derived endothelial cells (hiPSC-ECs) and vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF). This chapter also introduces MITCH 2.0, a new class of protein polymer/synthetic polymer hybrid hydrogel system created to improve tunability and ease of synthesis. Similar to the original version, MITCH 2.0 protects cells during injection and delivers drugs with tunable kinetics. In a murine hindlimb ischemia model, hiPSC-ECs co-delivered with VEGF in MITCH show improved post-transplantation viability and restore blood perfusion to the ischemic limb. All in all, by improving the delivery of cells and biochemical factors, the biomaterials work completed here provides enabling tools to advance other biological research endeavors, to ultimately realize the clinical translation and success of regenerative medicine.
  • 2009 Springer
    Ronald R. Gauch.
  • 2007 NLM
    prepared for publication by John H. Duffus, Monica Nordberg, Douglas M. Templeton.
  • 2005 Springer
    edited by M.D. Gilchrist.
  • v. 1-2, 1921. Google Books
    bearbeitet von O. de la Camp ... [et al.] ; herausgegeben von L. Krehl.
    Also available: Print – v. 1-2, 1921.
  • 2009
    Jablonski, Stanley.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 1975-
  • 2012 Springer
    Thomas Decker, Mathias Müller, editors.
    The Continuing Fascination with Jaks and Stats: An Introduction / Thomas Decker and Mathias Müller -- Regulation of JAKs: Insights Gleaned from the Functional Protein Domains / Claude Haan, Daniela Ungureanu, Tuija Pekkala, Olli Silvennoinen and Serge Haan -- Nuclear Functions of the Janus Kinases / Mark A. Dawson and Andrew J. Bannister -- Self-association of STAT Proteins from Monomers to Paracrystals / Mathias Droescher and Uwe Vinkemeier -- How Stats Interact with the Molecular Machinery of Transcriptional Activation / Amanda M. Jamieson, Matthias Farlik and Thomas Decker -- Nongenomic Functions of STAT3 / Daniel J. Gough, Pravin Sehgal and David E. Levy -- Evolution of Jak and Stat Proteins / Claus Vogl, Priyank Shukla and Ingo Ebersberger -- JAK/STAT and Chromatin Regulation in Drosophila / Kriti Gaur and Willis X. Li -- JAK/STAT Signaling and Invertebrate Immune Responses / Feng Zhou and Hervé Agaisse -- Stat5 as a Hematopoietic Master Regulator for Differentiation and Neoplasia Development / Harini Nivarthi, Katrin Friedbichler and Richard Moriggl -- Regulation of Dendritic Cell Development by STATs / Haiyan S. Li and Stephanie S. Watowich. STAT Transcription Factors: Controlling All Aspects of NK Cell Biology / Eva Maria Putz, Eva Zebedin and Veronika Sexl -- Function of JAKs and STATs in Lymphocytes: Bench to Bedside / Alejandro Villarino, Xiang-Ping Yang, Kiyoshi Hirahara, Yuka Kanno and John J. O' Shea, et al. -- The Role of Janus Kinases in Hematopoietic Malignancies / Damla Olcaydu and Robert Kralovics -- Activation of Janus Kinases During Tumorigenesis / Jeffrey W. Schmidt and Kay-Uwe Wagner -- STAT1 and STAT3 Transcription Factors in Inflammation-associated Colon Cancer / Paulina Rampetsreiter and Robert Eferl -- Universal and Specific Functions of STAT3 in Solid Tumours / Lidia Avalle, Gabriella Regis and Valeria Poli -- Impact of STAT5 on Normal Tissue Development and Cancer / Maria M. Caffarel and Christine J. Watson -- Crosstalk with the Jak-STAT Pathway in Inflammation / Lionel B. Ivashkiv -- Activation and Inhibition of JAK-STAT Signal Transduction by RNA Viruses / Curt M. Horvath -- Multifaceted Antiviral Actions of Interferon-stimulated Gene Products / Birgit Strobl, Nicole R. Leitner and Mathias Müller -- Interferon Regulation of the Innate Response to Bacteria / Ali Abdul-Sater and Christian Schindler.
  • 2013 Springer Protocols
    edited by Sandra E. Nicholson and Nicos A. Nicola.
    Analysis of Janus tyrosine kinase phosphorylation and activation / Jeremy A. Ross, Georgialina Rodriguez, and Robert A. Kirken -- Co-immunoprecipitation protocol to investigate cytokine receptor-associated proteins, e.g., Janus kinases or other associated signaling proteins / Claude Haan and Serge Haan -- In vitro JAK kinase activity and inhibition assays / Jeffrey J. Babon and James M. Murphy -- Quantitative analysis of JAK binding using isothermal titration calorimetry and surface plasmon resonance / Jeffrey J. Babon -- Determination of protein turnover rates in the JAK/STAT pathway using a radioactive pulse-chase approach / Anna Dittrich, Elmar Siewert, and Fred Schaper -- Designing RNAi screens to identify JAK/STAT pathway components / Katherine H. Fisher, Stephen Brown, and Martin P. Zeidler -- The use of JAK-specific inhibitors as chemical biology tools / Christopher J. Burns, David Segal, and Andrew F. Wilks -- Methods for detecting mutations in the human JAK2 gene / Anthony J. Bench, E. Joanna Baxter, and Anthony R. Green -- Detection of activated STAT proteins / Jean-Patrick Parisien and Curt M. Horvath -- Detection of activated STAT species using electrophoretic mobility shift assay (EMSA) and potential pitfalls arising from the use of detergents / Serge Haan and Claude Haan -- Flow cytometric analysis of STAT phosphorylation / Jane Murphy and Gabrielle L. Goldberg -- Acetylation of endogenous STAT proteins / Torsten Ginter, Thorsten Heinzel, and Oliver H. Krämer -- Detection and cellular localization of phospho-STAT2 in the central nervous system by immunohistochemical staining / Reza Khorooshi and Trevor Owens -- Nuclear trafficking of STAT proteins visualized by live cell imaging / Velasco Cimica and Nancy C. Reich -- Characterization of STAT self-association by analytical ultracentrifugation / Nikola Wenta and Uwe Vinkemeier -- Constitutively active STAT5 constructs / Lynn M. Heltemes-Harris and Michael A. Farrar -- Analysis of suppressor of cytokine signalling (SOCS) gene expression by real-time quantitative PCR / Tatiana B. Kolesnik and Sandra E. Nicholson -- Detection of endogenous SOCS1 and SOCS3 proteins by immunoprecipitation and western blot analysis / Jian-Guo Zhang and Sandra E. Nicholson -- In vitro ubiquitination and cytokine signaling components / Jeffrey J. Babon, Artem Laktyushin, and Nadia J. Kershaw -- Production and crystallization of recombinant JAK proteins / Isabelle S. Lucet and Rebecca Bamert -- Bacterial expression, purification, and crystallization of tyrosine phosphorylated STAT proteins / Florence Baudin and Christoph W. Müller.
  • 2008
    Kenneth Murphy, Paul Travers, Mark Walport ; with contributions by Michael Ehrenstein ... [et al.].
    Basic concepts in immunology -- Innate immunity -- Antigen recognition by B-cell and T-cell receptors -- The generation of lymphocyte antigen receptors -- Antigen presentation to T lymphocytes -- Signaling through immune system receptors -- The development and survival of lymphocytes -- T cell-mediated immunity -- The humoral immune response -- Dynamics of adaptive immunity -- The mucosal immune system -- Failures of host defense mechanism -- Allergy and hypersensitivity -- Autoimmunity and transplantation -- Manipulation of the immune response -- Evolution of the immune system.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2012
    Kenneth Murphy ; with acknowledgment to Charles A. Janeway, Jr., Paul Travers, Mark Walport ; with contributions by Allan Mowat, Casey T. Weaver.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    1. Basic concepts in immunology -- 2. Innate immunity: the first lines of defense -- 3. The induced responses of innate immunity -- 4. Antigen recognition by B-cell and T-cell receptors -- 5. The generation of lymphocyte antigen receptors -- 6. Antigen presentation to T-lymphocytes -- 7. Signaling through immune-system receptors -- 8. The development and survival of lymphocytes -- 9. T cell-mediated immunity -- 10. The humoral immune response -- 11. Dynamics of adaptive immunity -- 12. The mucosal immune system -- 13. Failures of host defense mechanisms -- 14. Allergy and allergic diseases -- 15. Autoimmunity and transplantation -- 16. Manipulation of the immune response.
  • 2009 Karger
    volume editor, Masaaki Yamamoto ; with a foreword by Kintomo Takakura
    History and present status of gamma knife radiosurgery in Japan / S. Otto -- Dose selection for optimal treatment results and avoidance of complications / H. Nagano ... [et al.] -- Gamma knife radiosurgery for arteriovenous malformations: the furukawa experience / H. Jokura ... [et al.] -- Radiosurgery for cavernous malformations in basal ganglia, thalamus and brainstem / Y. Kida -- Radiosurgery for dural arterio-venous fistula / Y. Kida -- Gamma knife radiosurgery for vestibular schwannomas / S. Fukuoka ... [et al.] -- Long-term results of gamma knife radiosurgery for 100 consecutive cases of craniopharyngioma and a treatment strategy / T. Kobayashi -- Long-term results of stereotactic gamma knife radiosurgery for pituitary adenomas : specific strategies for different types of adenoma / T. Kobayashi -- Gamma knife radiosurgery for skull-base meningiomas / M. Takanshi -- Other skull-base tumors / H.K. Inoue -- Radiosurgery for intracranial gliomas / Y. Kida, M. Yoshimoto, T. Hasegawa -- Gamma knife radiosurgery for other primary intra-axial tumors / Y. Iwai, K. Yamanaka-- Metastatic brain tumors : lung cancer / T. Serizawa -- Gamma knife radiosurgery for brain metastases of non-lung cancer origin : focusing on multiple brain lesions / M. Yamamoto, B.E. Barfod, Y. Urakawa -- Treatment of functional disorders with gamma knife thalamotomy / C. Ohye, T. Shibazaki -- Trigeminal neuralgia / M. Hayashi.
  • 2013 Springer Protocols
    edited by Alain Goossens and Laurens Pauwels.
    Phenotyping jasmonate regulation of senescence / Martin A. Seltmann and Susanne Berger -- Characterizing jasmonate regulation of male fertility in Arabidopsis / Bryan Thines, Ajin Mandaokar, and John Browse -- Phenotyping jasmonate regulation of root growth / Fabian Kellermeier and Anna Amtmann -- Bioassays for assessing jasmonate-dependent defenses triggered by pathogens, herbivorous insects, or beneficial Rhizobacteria / Saskia C.M. Van Wees ... [et al.] -- Elicitation of jasmonate-mediated defense responses by mechanical wounding and insect herbivory / Marco Herde, Abraham J.K. Koo, and Gregg A. Howe -- Pseudomonas syringae infection assays in Arabidopsis / Jian Yao, John Withers, and Sheng Yang He -- Jasmonate signaling in the field, part I : elicited changes in jasmonate pools of transgenic Nicotiana attenuata / Emmanuel Gaquerel ... [et al.] -- Jasmonate Signaling in the field, part II : insect-guided characterization of genetic variations in jasmonate-dependent defenses of transgenic and natural Nicotiana attenuata populations / Emmanuel Gaquerel ... [et al.] -- Profiling of jasmonic acid-related metabolites and hormones in wounded leaves / Yusuke Jikumaru -- Non-targeted approach for extended liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry profiling of free and esterified jasmonates after wounding / Gaëtan Glauser and Jean-Luc Wolfender -- Cell-specific detection of jasmonates by means of an immunocytological approach / Bettina Hause, Kati Mielke, and Susanne Forner -- Jasmonic acid-amino acid conjugation enzyme assays / Martha L. Rowe and Paul E. Staswick -- Pull-down analysis of interactions among jasmonic acid core signaling proteins / Sandra Fonseca and Roberto Solano -- Yeast two-hybrid analysis of jasmonate signaling proteins / Amparo Pérez Cuéllar ... [et al.] -- Modified bimolecular fluorescence complementation assay to study the inhibition of transcription complex formation by JAZ proteins / Tiancong Qi, Susheng Song, and Daoxin Xie -- Agroinfiltration of Nicotiana benthamiana leaves for co-localization of regulatory proteins involved in jasmonate signaling / Volkan Çevik and Kemal Kazan -- Electrophoretic mobility shift assay for the analysis of interactions of jasmonic acid-responsive transcription factors with DNA / Johan Memelink -- Transient expression assays in tobacco protoplasts / Robin Vanden Bossche ... [et al.] -- Functional analysis of jasmonic acid-responsive secondary metabolite transporters / Nobukazu Shitan, Akifumi Sugiyama, and Kazufumi Yazaki -- Expression analysis of jasmonate-responsive lectins in plants / Nausicaä Lannoo and Els J.M. Van Damme -- Profiling the jasmonic acid responses by nuclear magnetic resonance-based metabolomics / Hye Kyong Kim, Young Hae Choi, and Robert Verpoorte -- Metabolite profiling of plant tissues by liquid chromatography fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry / Jacob Pollier and Alain Goossens -- cDNA-AFLP-based transcript profiling for genome-wide expression analysis of jasmonate-treated plants and plant cultures / Janine Colling ... [et al.] -- Analysis of RNA-seq data with TopHat and cufflinks for genome-wide expression analysis of jasmonate-treated plants and plant cultures / Jacob Pollier, Stephane Rombauts, and Alain Goossens -- Transcriptome coexpression analysis using ATTED-II for integrated transcriptomic/metabolomic analysis / Keiko Yonekura-Sakakibara and Kazuki Saito -- Guide to CORNET for the construction of coexpression and protein-protein interaction networks / Stefanie De Bodt and Dirk Inzé.
  • 2012
    edited by Jeffrey L. Noebels, Massimo Avoli, Michael A. Rogawski, Richard W. Olsen, Antonio V. Delgado-Escueta.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Introduction -- Fundamentals of neuronal excitability relevant to seizures and epilepsy -- Mechanisms of seizures susceptibility and epileptogenesis -- Epilepsy genes and development -- Epilepsy therapeutics.
  • 2012 ClinicalKey
    Jatin P. Shah, Snehal G. Patel, Bhuvanesh Singh.
    Basic principles of head and neck surgery -- Scalp and skin -- Eyelids and orbit -- Nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses -- Skull base -- Lips -- Oral cavity -- Pharynx and esophagus -- Larynx and trachea -- Cervical lymph nodes -- Thyroid and parathyroid glands -- Salivary glands -- Neurogenic tumors and paragangliomas -- Soft tissue tumors -- Bone tumors, including odontogenic lesions -- Reconstructive surgery -- Oncologic dentistry, maxillofacial prosthetics, and implants -- Radiation therapy -- Chemotherapy.
  • 2007 Springer
    by Harshawardhan Bal and Johnny Hujol.
    "The science and practice of medicine has undergone a fundamental change as a result of large-scale genome projects that led to the sequencing of a number of important microbial, plant and animal genomes in the last 5 years. This book aims to combine industry standard software engineering and design principles, genomics and bioinformatics and cancer research. It focuses on creating and integrating practical, useful tools for the scientific community in the context of real-life, real-value biomedical problems that researchers face on a routine basis, rather than being just a didactic exercise in learning a programming platform. The book leverages technologies for molecular biology, genomics and bioinformatics and cancer research developed by the NIH, NCI-Center for Bioinformatics (NCICB), the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI, a division of the National Library of Medicine (NLM) at the NIH) and Stanford University."--Publisher.
  • John Ferguson Smart.
  • 2002 ProQuest Safari
    David Flanagan.
    Introduction to JavaScript -- Core JavaScript -- Client-side JavaScript -- Core JavaScript reference -- Client-side JavaScript reference -- W3C DOM reference -- Class, property, method, and event handler index.
  • 2013 (27th ed.) AccessMedicine
    26th ed., 2010 AccessMedicine
    Adelberg, Edward A.; Brooks, George F.; Jawetz, Ernest; Melnick, Joseph L.
    Also available: Print – 1991-<2016>
  • Deepak Vohra.
  • 2014 ClinicalKey
    by David L. Katz [and others].
    Basic epidemiologic concepts and principles -- Epidemiologic data measurements -- Epidemiologic surveillance and epidemic outbreak investigation -- The study of risk factors and causation -- Common research designs and issues in epidemiology -- Assessment of risk and benefit in epidemiologic studies -- Understanding the quality of data in clinical medicine -- Statistical foundations of clinical decisions -- Describing variation in data -- Statistical inference and hypothesis testing -- Bivariate analysis -- Applying statistics to trial design: sample size, randomization, and control for multiple hypotheses -- Multivariable analysis -- Introduction to preventive medicine -- Methods of primary prevention: health promotion -- Principles and practice of secondary prevention -- Methods of tertiary prevention -- Clinical preventive services (United States Preventive Services Task Force) -- Chronic disease prevention -- Prevention of infectious diseases -- Mental and behavioral health -- Occupational medicine -- Birth outcomes: a global perspective -- Introduction to public health -- Public health system: structure and function -- Public health practice in communities -- Disaster epidemiology and surveillance -- Heatlh management, health administration, and quality improvement -- Health care organization, policy, and financing -- One health: interdependence of people, other species, and the planet.
  • 2011 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Mark L. Witten, Errol Zeiger, Glenn D. Ritchie.
    Air Force-related jet fuel toxicology research (1991-2010) / Walter J. Kozumbo -- Jet fuel composition / Tim Edwards -- The toxicity and underlying mechanism of jet propulsion fuel-8 on the respiratory system / Simon S. Wong and Mark L. Witten -- Neurotoxicological and neurobehavioral effects from exposure to jet fuels / Glenn D. Ritchie -- Differential protein expression following JP-8 jet fuel exposure / Frank A. Witzmann and Mark L. Witten -- Immune modulation by dermal exposure to jet fuel / Gerardo Ramos and Stephen E. Ullrich -- Absorption, penetration, and cutaneous toxicity of jet fuels and hydrocarbon components / James E. Riviere, Alfred O. Inman, and Nancy Monteiro-Riviere -- Methods of assessing skin irritation and sensitization of jet fuels / R. Jayachandra Babu, Ram Patlolla, and Mandip Singh -- Understanding systemic and local toxicity of JP-8 after cutaneous exposures / James N. McDougal, James V. Rogers, and Richard Simman -- The effects of aerosolized JP-8 jet fuel exposure on the immune system: a review / David T. Harris -- The involvement of poly(ADP-ribosyl)ation in defense against JP-8 jet fuel and other chemical toxicants / Luis A. Espinoza ... [et al.] -- Evaluation of methods used to generate and characterize jet fuel vapor and aerosol for inhalation toxicology studies / Raphaël T. Tremblay, Sheppard A. Martin, and Jeffrey W. Fisher -- Genetic damage in the blood and bone marrow of mice treated with JP-8 jet fuel / Vijayalaxmi -- Computational analyses of JP-8 fuel droplet and vapor depositions in human upper airway models / Clement Kleinstreuer and Zhe Zhang -- Human exposure to Jet Propellant-8 / Raymond H. Tu and Terence H. Risby.
  • 2010
    edited by Rabbi Dayle A. Friedman.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2011 ebrary
    Dawn M. Formo and Cheryl Reed ; foreword by Kristina Mesaros, Carla Maroudas, and Kevin Degnan.
    Becoming literate in the employment line : Dr. Strangefield, or, How we learned to stop worrying and love the job search -- Case study 1 : to enter the job market fray or not? -- Writing the script : the application process -- Case study 2 : making your file work : personalize! -- The callback : the professional conference interview -- Case study 3 : the (somewhat) lighter side of the academic job search -- The screen test : the campus interview -- Case study 4 : my job search : a Cinderella story -- Case study 5 : it can be done : getting a tenure-track job as ABD in the Humanities -- Rehearsing for ad-libbing : preparing for (un)anticipated interview questions -- Case study 6 : the ghosts in the machine : women of color and the job market -- The awards ceremony : negotiating the university job contract or deciding to "leave showbiz" -- Case study 7 : managing negotiations with the clock ticking -- Case study 8 : the academic couple -- Case study 9 : reading, writing, and ramen : an academic couple's search for sustainable employment -- Case study 10 : the corporate interview -- Best performance in an underfunded public drama : the tenure-track professorship at the community college -- Case study 11 : a community college candidate's perspective -- Case study 12 : tale of two interviews : how failing to get the job can still lead to important insight -- Case study 13 : calling on your professional experience : securing a votech (vocational technology) teaching position -- In the director's chair : being an ethical academic advisor to students preparing for the job search.
  • 2005-6 Ovid, 12th ed.
    Bartlett, John G.
  • v. 1-3, 1943-1963
    by Alan M. Chesney, foreword by William H. Howell.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    I. Early years, 1867-1893.--II. 1893-1905.--III. 1905-1914.
  • 2008 ClinicalKey
    Conte, John V.
    Preoperative assessment / Maryhelen Miller and Glenn Beauman -- Cardiovascular pharmacological agents / Paul K. Simmonds, Jr., Danial Nyhan, and Dan E. Berkowitz -- Coronary artery disease / Tain-Yen Hsia, Eric A. Peck, and John V. Conte -- Valvular heart disease / David J. Caparelli and John V. Conte -- Diseases of the aorta / Glen D. Quigley, Jason A. Williams, and John V. Conte -- Surgical treatment of cardiac arrhythmias / Ashish S. Shah and William A. Baumgartner -- Heart transplantation and treatment of end-stage heart disease / Jason A. Williams and Brian T. Bethea -- Mechanical devices / Pramod Bonde and John V. Conte -- Postoperative hemodynamic management / Todd Dorman and Daniel Nyhan -- Hemostasis, coagulopathy, and tamponade / Ala' Sami Haddadin Nauder Farraday -- Fluid, electrolyte, and renal function / Jeffrey M. Dodd-O -- Postoperative myocardial ischemia / Edward W. Verde -- Postoperative pulmonary management / Kelly Grogan -- Management of postoperative cardiac arrhythmias / Elizabeth Martinez ... [et al.] -- Postoperative infection in cardiac surgery / Theresa L. Hartsell -- Neurologic sequelae of cardiac surgery / James Weller -- Anticoagulation / Sue Aumick, Valerie Elliot, and Gloria Peithman -- Physical rehabilitation / Melissa Trottman and Amy Pippenger -- Special care issues / Jennifer Moyer, Christina Cafeo, and Mary Lohmann-Edwards.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2015 Ovid
    Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine ; editors, Clark T. Johnson, Jennifer L. Hallock, Jessica L. Bienstock, Harold E. Fox, Edward E. Wallach.
    Also available: Print – 2015
  • 2007 Ovid
    editors, Kimberly B. Fortner ... [et al.].
  • 2011 Ovid
    editors, K. Joseph Hurt ... [et al.].
    I. Women's Health Care -- Primary and Preventive Care -- Breast Diseases -- Critical Care -- Preconception Counseling and Prenatal Care -- II. Obstetrics -- Normal Labor and Delivery, Operative Delivery, and Malpresentations -- Fetal Assessment -- Complications of Labor and Delivery -- Gestational Complications -- Preterm Labor and Preterm Premature Rupture of Membranes -- Third-Trimester Bleeding -- Perinatal Infections -- Congenital Anomalies -- Endocrine Disorders of Pregnancy -- Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy -- Cardiopulmonary Disorders of Pregnancy -- Renal Disorders, Gastrointestinal Disorders, and Systemic Lupus Erythematosus in Pregnancy -- Hematologic Disorders of Pregnancy -- Alloimmunization -- Surgical Disease and Trauma in Pregnancy -- Postpartum Care and Breast-feeding -- HIV in Pregnancy -- Obstetric Anesthesia -- III. Gynecology -- Anatomy of the Female Pelvis -- Perioperative Care and Complications of Gynecologic Surgery -- Infections of the Genital Tract -- Ectopic Pregnancy -- Chronic Pelvic Pain -- Urogynecology and Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery -- Fertility Control: Contraception, Sterilization, and Abortion -- Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault -- Pediatric Gynecology -- IV. Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility -- Infertility and Assisted Reproductive Technologies -- Miscarriage and Recurrent Pregnancy Loss -- Uterine Leiomyomas -- Menstrual Disorders: Endometriosis, Dysmenorrhea, and Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder -- Evaluation of Amenorrhea -- Abnormal Uterine Bleeding -- Hyperandrogenism -- Female Sexual Response and Sexual Dysfunction -- Menopause -- V. Gynecologic Oncology -- Diseases of the Vulva and Vagina -- Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia -- Cervical Cancer -- Cancer of the Uterine Corpus -- Ovarian Cancer -- Gestational Trophoblastic Disease -- Chemotherapy and Radiation Therapy -- Palliative Care.
    Also available: Print – 2011
  • 2014 AccessSurgery
    edited by David D. Yuh, Luca A. Vricella, Stephen C. Yang, John R. Doty.
    Part I. General thoracic surgery -- Part II. Adult Cardiac Sugery -- Part III. Congenital Cardiac Sugery.
  • 2007
    Martin H. Johnson.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Sex -- Gender and sexuality -- Reproductive messengers -- Testicular function in the adult -- Ovarian function in the adult -- Regulation of gonadal function -- Puberty and the maturation of the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis -- Actions of steroid hormones in the adult -- Coitus and fertilization -- Implantation and the establishment of the placenta -- Maternal recognition and support of pregnancy -- The fetus and its preparations for birth -- Parturition -- Lactation and maternal behaviour -- Fertility.
  • 2007 Ovid
    [edited by] William S. Pease, Henry L. Lew, Ernest W. Johnson.
    Anatomy for the electromyographer / Denise L. Davis and Ernest W. Johnson -- The essentials of the needle EMG exam / Vivek Kadyan, Ernest W. Johnson, and Denise L. Davis -- Basic nerve conduction techniques / Robert J. Weber and Margaret Turk -- Electrophysiology / Jun Kimura -- Instrumentation / Sanjeev D. Nandedkar -- Advanced needle EMG methods / Erik Stålberg -- Quality improvement and reporting in electrodiagnostic medicine / William S. Pease -- Pictorial guide to muscles and surface anatomy / Henry L. Lew and Su-Ju Tsai -- Pictorial guide to nerve conduction techniques / Henry L. Lew and Su-Ju Tsai -- Entrapment neuropathies and other focal neuropathies (including carpel tunnel syndrome) / Lawrence R. Robinson -- Evaluation of the patient with suspected peripheral neuropathy / James W. Albers -- Electrodiagnostic approach to patients with suspected radiculopathy / Timothy R. Dillingham -- Evaluation of the patient with suspected myopathy / Albert C. Clairmont, Bakri Elsheikh, and Yousef M. Mohammad -- Neuromuscular complications of critical illness: evaluation of the patient with a suspected critical illness neuromuscular disorder / Daniel M.Clinchot -- Evaluation of the patient with suspected neuromuscular junction disorder / William J. Litchy -- Pediatric considerations in electromyography / Rosalind J. Batley.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2016 Springer
    Anne-Laure Sutter-Dallay, Nine M-C. Glangeaud-Freudenthal, Antoine Guedeney, Anita Riecher-Rössler, editors.
    This book addresses key issues in perinatal mental health and discusses the different types of psychiatric care that may be appropriate for pregnant women, parents, and infants, with emphasis on the need for joint care. The wide range of preventive measures, mainly applicable in primary care, and the various potential curative interventions are examined in detail, with coverage of ambulatory care, day care, and the role of mother and baby units. The importance of working in networks and joint decision-making strategies is explained. In addition, an overview of maternal perinatal psychopathology is provided, and other relevant aspects are fully discussed, including the establishment of parent-infant interactions and the impacts of parental psychiatric illness on parenting skills and infant development. The book will be invaluable for adult and child psychiatrists, psychologists, psychotherapists, midwives, nurses, and all others involved in the provision of perinatal psychiatric care.
  • 2005 CRCnetBASE
    Erik Hollnagel, David D. Woods.
  • 2013 Springer
    Sergio Lopes Viana, Maria Custódia Machado Ribeiro, Bruno Beber Machado.
    Since the advent of cross-sectional imaging methods, few works have been devoted to pediatric musculoskeletal imaging, and information is especially limited on the skeletally immature joint. Furthermore, reduced emphasis on pediatric training means that general radiologists are increasingly unfamiliar with normal and abnormal imaging findings in children and adolescents. Knowledge of the imaging appearances of the immature joint is, however, crucial for correct image interpretation. This book covers key selected topics in the imaging evaluation of the skeletally immature joint. The opening chapters consider the current role, advantages, and limitations of each modality in pediatric assessment and present the imaging appearances of anatomic and developmental peculiarities of the growing skeleton. Findings in a wide range of important conditions are then described in a series of richly illustrated chapters that document appearances on diverse imaging studies, from conventional radiography through to modern high-tech modalities. By presenting the essential information on imaging of the immature joint, the authors hope to provide radiologists (musculoskeletal specialists and generalists alike) with a new tool that will assist greatly in overcoming the daily challenges posed by interpretation of pediatric examinations in the twenty-first century. The book will also be of interest to all other specialists involved in the diagnosis and treatment of children and adolescents with articular complaints.
  • 2006
    Susan L. Edmond.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2012 CRCnetBASE
    Dimitris Rizopoulos.
    "Preface Joint models for longitudinal and time-to-event data have become a valuable tool in the analysis of follow-up data. These models are applicable mainly in two settings: First, when focus is in the survival outcome and we wish to account for the effect of an endogenous time-dependent covariate measured with error, and second, when focus is in the longitudinal outcome and we wish to correct for nonrandom dropout. Due to their capability to provide valid inferences in settings where simpler statistical tools fail to do so, and their wide range of applications, the last 25 years have seen many advances in the joint modeling field. Even though interest and developments in joint models have been widespread, information about them has been equally scattered in articles, presenting recent advances in the field, and in book chapters in a few texts dedicated either to longitudinal or survival data analysis. However, no single monograph or text dedicated to this type of models seems to be available. The purpose in writing this book, therefore, is to provide an overview of the theory and application of joint models for longitudinal and survival data. In the literature two main frameworks have been proposed, namely the random effects joint model that uses latent variables to capture the associations between the two outcomes (Tsiatis and Davidian, 2004), and the marginal structural joint models based on G estimators (Robins et al., 1999, 2000). In this book we focus in the former. Both subfields of joint modeling, i.e., handling of endogenous time-varying covariates and nonrandom dropout, are equally covered and presented in real datasets"-- Provided by publisher.
  • 2015 Springer
    E. Carlos Rodriguez-Merchan, editor.
    This book provides clear instruction on the surgical treatment of joint problems in adult hemophilia patients. The procedures applicable to specific joints, including the shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, and ankle, are carefully reviewed with the aid of high-quality illustrations. The surgical treatment of articular hemophilic pseudotumors and bone cysts is also considered. In addition, clinically relevant information is provided on a range of topics, such as the treatment of hemophilic hemarthroses, the imaging of hemophilic joints, hematological perioperative management, anesthesia, rehabilitation, and pharmacoeconomics. Finally, the controversial issues of postoperative thromboembolic prophylaxis and the role of COX-2 inhibitors in hemophiliacs are reviewed. The guidance provided draws on both the authors? extensive personal experience and an in-depth review of the pertinent literature. The book offers an excellent, up-to-date account of knowledge on musculoskeletal problems and approaches to joint surgery in adults with hemophilia. It will be of value to orthopedic surgeons, rehabilitation physicians, hematologists, radiologists, and pharmacy researchers.
  • 1978-
    edited by Leon Sokoloff ; contributors, Roger Dee ... [et al.].
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2007
    Ishida, Mitsuo; Nakatsugawa, Tsutomu.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2015
    Charlotte DeCroes Jacobs.
    "He first full biography of Jonas Salk offers a complete picture of the enigmatic figure, from his early years working on an influenza vaccine--for which he never fully got credit--to his seminal creation of the Polio vaccine, up through his later work to find a cure for AIDS"-- Provided by publisher.
  • 2005 Ovid
    edited by C. Ronald Kahn ... [et al.].
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • v. 1-70, 1973-2005. ScienceDirect
  • 2007
    David Monagan ; with David O. Williams, medical editor.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • edited by Gemma Blackshaw and Sabine Wieber.
    The Mad objects of fin-de-siècle Vienna : journeys, contexts, and dislocations in the exhibition 'Madness and modernity' / Leslie Topp -- Solving riddles : Freud, Vienna, and the historiography of madness / Steven Beller -- Symphonies and psychosis in Mahler's Vienna / Gavin Plumley -- Creating an appropriate social milieu : journeys to health at a sanatorium for nervous disorders / Nicola Imrie -- Travel to the spas : the growth of health tourism in Central Europe 1850-1914 / Jill Steward -- Vienna's most fashionable neurasthenic : Empress Sisi and the cult of size zero / Sabine Wieber -- Peter Altenberg : authoring madness in Vienna circa 1900 / Gemma Blackshaw -- Hell is not interesting, it is terrifying : a reading of the madhouse chapter in Robert Musil's The man without qualities -- Reason dazzled : Klimt, Krakauer, and Eyes of the Medusa / Luke Heighton -- Mapping the sanatorium : Heinrich Obersteiner and the art of psychiatric patients in Oberdbling around 1900 / Anna Lehninger -- The Wuerttemberg Asylum of Schussenried : a psychiatric space and its encounter with literature and culture from the outside / Thomas Mueller and Frank Kuhn.
  • 2007 Springer
    edited by Richard A. Lockshin.
    How science works -- Origin of the theory of evolution: time and change -- Origin of the theory of evolution: social aspects -- Molecular basis of evolutionary theory -- History of the earth and the origin of life -- Origin of species -- Evolution of humans.
  • 2005 ebrary
    Peter Filene ; foreword by Ken Bain.
    Understanding yourself as a teacher -- Understanding your students -- Defining your aims and outcomes -- Constructing a syllabus -- Lecturing -- Discussing -- Broadening the learning environment -- Evaluating and grading -- Relating to students -- Teaching and not perishing.
  • Justin Edelson and Henry Liu.
  • 2013 (13th ed.) AccessMedicine
    Junqueira, Luiz Carlos Uchôa; Mescher, Anthony L.
    Also available: Print – 2013-<2016>
  • 2005 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Haruki Yamada, Ikuo Saiki.
  • 2012 Springer
    Birgit Kumbrink.
    Birgit Kumbrink's bestselling guide to K Taping - finally available in English! This richly illustrated hands-on guidebook features a highly successful therapeutic approach to treating orthopedic, traumatological and many other conditions. It serves both as a perfect companion to training courses and as a reference book and refresher for health care professionals who have completed their training.A brief introduction to the basic principles of K Taping, the special elastic tapes used and the methods history is followed by 7 chapters highlighting treatment techniques and their application to 50 frequently seen conditions. Each is featured on a double page with up to five color photos, brief instruction, practical information about symptoms, dosage, progress to be expected and tips regarding variations of techniques.As the benefits of K Taping in enhancing the effects of other conservative care and surgical treatments are getting more and more appreciated, Birgit Kumbrink's K Taping An Illustrated Guide, developed by Germany based K Taping Academy, has rapidly established itself as the ultimate reference book for therapists and clinicians in an ever expanding range of medical disciplines.
  • 2011 Springer
    edited by Antonio Rodriguez-Moreno, Talvinder S. Sihra.
    "This volume critically examines the functional actions of the kainate type glutamate receptors (KARs). Following on from the larger body of work on the NMDA and AMPA-type ionotropic glutamate receptors (GluRs), studies with KARs have consistently thrown up exceptions to general rules about synaptic modulation. Contributors herein provide an insight to the idiosyncracies that now almost typify the KAR field. The fascinating insights provided in this volume serve to encourage searching mechanistic questions"--Provided by publisher.
    Also available: Print – 2011
  • 2008 Springer
    Hans-Walter Schmuhl.
    A "purely theoretical institute for the study of the nature of man" : the founding of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Anthropology, Human Heredity, and Eugenics, 1920-1927 -- "The human of the future under the scrutiny of research" : the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Anthropology, Human Heredity, and Eugenics in the Weimar Republic, 1927-1933 -- The "Faustian bargain" : the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Anthropology, Human Heredity, and Eugenics in the National Socialist era, 1933-1938/1942 -- In the realm of opportunity : the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Anthropology, Human Heredity, and Eugenics during World War II, 1938/42-1945.
  • 2011 Springer
    T.K. Jha, E. Noiri, editors.
    pt. 1. Introduction to Kala-Azar -- pt. 2. Therapeutic strategy to deal with emergence of drug resistance -- pt. 3. Diagnostic strategy enhancing Kala-Azar elimination program -- pt. 4. PKDL and its implications in eliminating Kala-azar -- pt. 5. New challenges confronting Kala azar elimination programme and their possible solutions.
  • 2010 Karger
    volume editor, Richard Quinton.
    Molecular characterization and phenotypic expression of mutations in genes for gonadotropins and their receptors in humans / Salvi, R., Pralong, F.P -- Role of kisspeptin/GPR54 system in human reproductive axis / Silveira, L.F.G. ... [et al.] -- Biology of kisspeptins / Hameed, S., Dhillo, W.S. -- Role of fibroblast growth factor signaling in gonadotropin-releasing hormone neuronal system development / Chung, W.C.J., Tsai, P.-S. -- FGFR1 mutations in Kallmann syndrome / Villanueva, C., de Roux, N. -- Biology of KAL1 and its orthologs : implications for x-linked Kallmann syndrome and the search for novel candidate genes / MacColl, G.S., Quinton, R., Bülow, H.E. -- Biological actions and interactions of anosmin-1 / Choy, C., Kim, S.H. -- Genotype and phenotype of patients with gonadotropin-releasing hormone receptor mutations / Kim, H.-G. ... [et al.] -- Hypogonadotropic hypogonadism and GNRH1 mutations in mice and humans / Bouligand, J. ... [et al.] -- Kallmann syndrome caused by mutations in the PROK2 and PROKR2 genes : pathophysiology and genotype-phenotype correlations / Sarfati, J., Dodé, C., Young, J. -- Neurokinin B and its receptor in hypogonadotropic hypogonadism / Semple, R.K., Topaloglu, A.K. -- Complex genetics in idiopathic hypogonadotropic hypogonadism / Pitteloud, N. ... [et al.] -- Rarer syndromes characterized by hypogonadotropic hypogonadism / Aminzadeh, M. ... [et al.].
  • 2006 CRCnetBASE
    R.L. Eubank.
  • 2012 Springer
    edited by Thomas Rustemeyer, Peter Elsner, Swen-Malte John, Howard I. Maibach.
    Occupational skin diseases are a field of increasing interest in today's dermatology. Due to rapid developments in several areas of modern industry, new dermatological problems constantly occur amongst workers.The 1st edition of this Handbook of Occupational Dermatology was published in 2000 and has served as the main reference book of occupational skin diseases for general and occupational dermatologists and occupational physicians. The new edition is completely revised, updated and extended with respect to new developments. The layout allows for both quick access to practical information and in-depth reading. Included are concise tables, algorithms and figures on how to optimize the diagnostic procedure for daily patient management and expert opinion.The new edition will continue the success as major source of reference for clinical and experimental work in the field of occupational skin diseases, both for students and experts.
  • 2016 ClinicalKey
    Brad Bowling.
  • 2009 Ovid
    editors, Benjamin J. Sadock, Virginia A. Sadock, Pedro Ruiz ; contributing editors, Carol A. Tamminga ... [et al.].
    Neural sciences -- Neuropsychiatry and behavioral neurology -- Contributions of the psychological sciences -- Contributions of the sociocultural sciences -- Quantitative and experimental methods in psychiatry -- Theories of personality and psychopathology -- Diagnosis and psychiatry : examination of the psychiatric patient -- Clinical manifestations of psychiatric disorders -- Classification in psychiatry -- Delirium, dementia, and amnestic and other cognitive disorders and mental disorders due to a general medical condition -- Substance-related disorders -- Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders -- Mood disorders -- Anxiety disorders -- Somatoform disorders -- Factitious disorder -- Dissociative disorders -- Normal human sexuality and sexual and gender identity disorders -- Eating disorders -- Sleep disorders -- Impulse-control disorders not elsewhere classified -- Adjustment disorders -- Personality disorders -- Psychosomatic medicine -- Relational problems -- Additional conditions that may be a focus of clinical attention -- Culture-bound syndromes -- Special areas of interest -- Psychiatric emergencies -- Psychotherapies -- Biological therapies -- Child psychiatry -- Psychiatric examination [of the infant, child, and adolescent] -- Genetics in child psychiatry -- Neuroimaging in psychiatric disorders of childhood -- Temperament : risk and protective factors for child psychiatric disorders -- Intellectual disability -- Learning disorders -- Motor skills disorder : developmental coordination disorder -- Communication disorders -- Pervasive developmental disorders -- Attention-deficit disorders -- Disruptive behavior disorders -- Feeding and eating disorders of infancy and early childhood -- Tic disorders -- Elimination disorders -- Other disorders of infancy, childhood, and adolescence -- Mood disorders in children and adolescents -- Anxiety disorders in children -- Early-onset psychotic disorders -- Child psychiatry : psychiatric treatment -- Child psychiatry : special areas of interest -- Adulthood -- Geriatric psychiatry -- Public psychiatry -- Psychiatric education -- Ethics and forensic psychiatry -- History of psychiatry -- World aspects of psychiatry.
  • 2005 Ovid
    editors, Benjamin J. Sadock, Virginia A. Sadock.
    Also available: Print – v. 1-2, 2005.
  • 2008 Ovid
    Benjamin James Sadock, Virginia Alcott Sadock.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2010
    [edited by] Benjamin J. Sadock, Virginia A. Sadock ; contributing senior editor, Gary S. Belkin ; contributing editors, Norman Sussman, Richard Perry, Samoon Ahmad.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2006
    Benjamin J. Sadock, Virginia A. Sadock, Norman Sussman.
  • 2011 Ovid
    Benjamin James Sadock, Virginia Alcott Sadock, Pedro Ruiz.
    "This study guide is an excellent aid in preparing for boards and other psychiatry exams and in reinforcing your knowledge. It offers chapter overviews of Synopsis, Tenth Edition and over 1,600 multiple-choice questions with discussions of correct and incorrect answers"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2007 Ovid
    [edited by] Benjamin James Sadock, Virginia Alcott Sadock, Zeʹev Levin.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2015 Ovid
    Benjamin James Sadock, M.D., Menas S. Gregory Professor of Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, New York University School of Medicine; Attending Psychiatrist, Bellevue Hospital Center; New York ; Virginia Alcott Sadock, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, New York University School of Medicine; Attending Psychiatrist, Tisch Hospital; Attending Psychiatrist, Bellevue Hospital Center, New York, New York ; Pedro Ruiz, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry, Executive Vice-Chair and Director of Clinical Programs, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, Florida.
    "The goal of this book is to foster professional competence and ensure the highest quality care to those with mental illness. An eclectic, multidisciplinary approach has been its hallmark; thus, biological, psychological, and sociological factors are equitably presented as they affect the person in health and disease"-- Provided by publisher.
  • 2007 Ovid
    Benjamin James Sadock, Virginia Alcott Sadock ; Contributing Editors, Jack A. Grebb, Caroly S. Pataki, Norman Sussman.
    The patient-doctor relationship -- Human development throughout the life cycle -- The brain and behavior -- Contributions of the psychosocial sciences -- Clinical neuropsychological testing -- Theories of personality and psychopathology -- Clinical examination of the psychiatric patient -- Signs and symptoms in psychiatry -- Classification in psychiatry and psychiatric rating scales -- Delirium, dementia, and amnestic and other cognitive disorders -- Neuropsychiatric aspects of HIV infection and AIDS -- Substance-related disorders -- Schizophrenia -- Other psychotic disorders -- Mood disorders -- Anxiety disorders -- Somatoform disorders -- Chronic fatigue syndrome -- Factitious disorders -- Dissociative disorders -- Human sexuality -- Gender identity disorders -- Eating disorders -- Normal sleep and sleep disorders -- Impulse-control disorders not elsewhere classified -- Adjustment disorders -- Personality disorders -- Psychosomatic medicine -- Complementary and alternative medicine in psychiatry -- Psychiatry and reproductive medicine -- Relational problems -- Problems related to abuse or neglect -- Additional conditions that may be a focus of clinical attention -- Emergency psychiatric medicine -- Psychotherapies -- Biological therapies -- Child psychiatry: assessment, examination, and psychological testing -- Mental retardation -- Learning disorders -- Motor skills disorder: developmental coordination disorder -- Communication disorders -- Pervasive developmental disorders -- Attention-deficit disorders -- Disruptive behavior disorders -- Feeding and eating disorders of infancy or early childhood -- Tic disorders -- Elimination disorders -- Other disorders of infancy, childhood, and adolescence -- Mood disorders and suicide in children and adolescents -- Anxiety disorders of infancy, childhood, and adolescence -- Early-onset schizophrenia -- Adolescent substance abuse -- Child psychiatry: additional conditions that may be a focus of clinical attention -- Psychiatric treatment of children and adolescents -- Child psychiatry: special areas of interest -- Geriatric psychiatry -- End of life care and palliative medicine -- Clinical-legal issues in psychiatry -- Ethics in psychiatry.
  • 2011 ClinicalKey
    editor, Joel A. Kaplan ; associate editors, David L. Reich, Joseph S. Savino.
    Optimize perioperative outcomes with Dr. Joel L. Kaplan and a host of other authorities help you make the best use of the latest techniques and navigate your toughest clinical challenges. Whether you are administering anesthesia to cardiac surgery patients or to cardiac patients undergoing non-cardiac surgery, you'll have the guidance you need to avoid complications and ensure maximum patient safety. Inside this edition you'll find state-of-the-art coverage of transesophageal echocardiography (TEE), minimally invasive/robotic cardiac surgery, cardiac assist devices and artificial hearts, cardiac pacing and cardiac resynchronization therapy, and many other cutting-edge topics. Tap into the latest knowledge about 2D and 3D transesophageal echocardiography, anesthesia delivery for minimally invasive/robotic cardiac surgery, assist devices and artificial hearts, cardiac pacing, cardiac resynchronization therapy, ablation techniques, and more.
  • 2006
    editor, Joel A. Kaplan ; associate editor, David L. Reich, Carol L. Lake, Steven N. Konstadt.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2015 Ovid
    Norman M. Kaplan, MD, Clinical Professor of Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, Texas, Ronald G. Victor, MD, Burns and Allen Professor of Medicine, Director, Hypertension Center, Associate Director, The Heart Institute, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California ; with a chapter by Joseph T. Flynn, MD, MS, Professor of Pediatrics, University of Washington School of Medicine, Chief, Division of Nephrology, Seattle Children's Hospital, Seattle, Washington.
    "The 11th Edition of Kaplan's Clinical Hypertension continues to integrate the latest basic science findings and clinical trial data to provide current, practical, evidence-based recommendations for treatment and prevention of all forms of hypertension. As in previous editions, abundant algorithms and flow charts are included to aid clinicians in decision-making."--Provided by publisher.
  • 2010 Ovid
    Norman M. Kaplan, Ronald G. Victor ; with a chapter by Joseph T. Flynn.
    This best-selling clinical reference by a world-renowned authority on hypertension was listed as the #1 reference book for hypertension by the American Society for Hypertension in 2006. Dr. Kaplan integrates the latest basic science findings and clinical trial data and presents up-to-date, practical, evidence-based recommendations for treatment and prevention of all forms of hypertension. Abundant algorithms and flow charts are included to aid clinicians in decision-making. For this Tenth Edition, Dr. Kaplan has a co-author, Ronald Victor, MD, to handle the basic research aspects of hypertension. Highlights include new developments in the pathogenesis of hypertension; discussions on the significance of nighttime blood pressure; new information on the relationship of sleep apnea to blood pressure; updates on diagnosing primary aldosteronism; and detailed information on the latest antihypertensive drugs, including combination drugs.
  • 2006 Ovid
    Norman M. Kaplan ; with a chapter by Joseph T. Flynn.
    Hypertension in the population at large -- Measurement of blood pressure -- Primary hypertension: pathogenesis -- Primary hypertension: natural history and evaluation -- Treatment of hypertension: why, when, how far -- Treatment of hypertension: lifestyle modifications -- Treatment of hypertension: drug therapy -- Hypertensive crises -- Renal parenchymal hypertension -- Renovascular hypertension -- Hypertension with pregnancy and the pill -- Pheochromocytoma (with a preface about incidental adrenal masses) -- Primary aldosteronism -- Hypertension induced by cortisol or deoxycorticosterone -- Other forms of identifiable hypertension -- Hypertension in childhood and adolescence.
  • 2007 Springer
    C. Boshoff and R.A. Weiss (eds.).
    Modern evolutionary history of the human KSHV genome / G.S. Hayward and J.-C. Zong -- Rhesus monkey rhadinovirus : a model for the study of KSHV / C.M. O'Connor and D.H. Kedes --the Rta/Orf50 transactivator proteins of the gamma-herpesviridae / M.R. Staudt and D.P. Dittmer -- Structure and function of latency-associated nuclear antigen / S.C. Verma, K. Lan, and E. Robertson -- The KSHV and other human herpesviral G protein-coupled receptors / M. Cannon -- Regulation of KSHV lytic gene expression / H. Deng, Y. Liang, and R. Sun -- Karposi sarcoma herpesvirus-encoded interferon regulator factors / M.K. Offermann -- Endothelial cell- and lymphocyte-based in vitro systems for understanding KSHV biology / S.C. McAllister and A.V. Moses -- KSHV after an organ transplant : should we screen? / A.-G. Marcelin, V. Calvez, and E. Dussaix -- Kaposi sarcoma-associated herpesvirus and other viruses in human lymphomagenesis / E. Cesarman and E.A. Mesri -- The use of antiviral drugs in the prevention and treatment of Kaposi sarcoma, multicentric Castleman disease / C. Casper and A. Wald -- Interactions between HIV-1 Tat and KSHV / Y. Aoki and G. Tosato.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2009 CRCnetBASE
    Steven B. Karch.
    Cocaine -- Natural stimulants -- Synthetic stimulants -- Hallucinogens -- Opiates and opioids -- Dissociative anesthetics -- Anabolic steroids -- Solvents -- Marijuana -- Appendix 1: Conversion formulas -- Appendix 2: Blood alcohol concentrations -- Appendix 3: Volume of distribution calculations -- Appendix 4: Normal heart weights.
  • 2007
    Ulf Schmidt.
    List of illustrations -- Acknowledgements -- Abbreviations -- 1. Prologue -- 2. The ambitious idealist -- 3. Becoming Hitler's doctor -- 4. Hitler's envoy -- 5. The 'euthanasia' doctor -- 6. The General Commissioner -- 7. Detached leadership -- 8. Human experimentation -- 9. Medical supremo -- 10. Nuremberg -- 11. Trial -- 12. Under sentence of death -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index.
  • Google Books
    Hirschberg, J.
    Also available: Print – 1901-
  • 2006
    Anna-Luise A. Katzenstein.
    Handling and interpretation of lung biopsies -- Acute lung injury patterns: diffuse alveolar damage and bronchiolitis obliterans-organizing pneumonia -- Idiopathic interstitial pneumonia -- Pathology of drug-induced lung disease -- Pneumoconiosis -- Immunologic lung disease -- Systemic diseases involving the lung -- Pulmonary vasculitis -- Primary lymphoid lung lesions -- Infection I. unusual pneumonias -- Infection II. granulomatous infections -- Lung involvement in the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) -- Pulmonary hypertension and other vascular disorders -- Pediatric disorders -- Miscellaneous I. specific diseases of uncertain etiology -- Miscellaneous II. nonspecific inflammatory and destructive diseases -- Transbronchial lung biopsy.
  • 2010
    Anthony J. Trevor, Bertram G. Katzung, Susan B. Masters.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2008
    Anthony J. Trevor, Bertram G. Katzung, Susan B. Masters.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2013 ScienceDirect
    2013 ClinicalKey
    David Myland Kaufman, Mark J. Milstein.
    Completely revised in response to the new format of the ABPN certifying exam, Kaufman's Clinical Neurology for Psychiatrists is the ideal reference to enhance your mastery of the neurology knowledge needed for the Psychiatry Board exam. Nearly 2,000 multiple-choice practice questions, in print and online, assess your familiarity with the latest topics in the field! Enhance your mastery of the material with the help of abundant line drawings, CTs, MRIs, and EEGs that demonstrate key clinical findings to facilitate diagnosis.Fully understand each condition's relevant history, neurologic and psychiatric features, easily performed office and bedside examinations, appropriate tests, differential diagnosis, and management options.
  • 2015 Springer
    T. Yee Khong, Roger D.G. Malcomson, editors.
    The Perinatal Postmortem from a Clinician?s Viewpoint -- The Perinatal Necropsy: Methodology -- Genetic and Epigenetic Basis of Development and Disease -- The Placenta and Umbilical Cord -- Perinatal Imaging -- Epidemiology of Fetal and Neonatal Death -- Pathology of Early Pregnancy Loss -- Congenital Abnormalities: Prenatal Diagnosis and Screening -- The Impact of Infection During Pregnancy on the Mother and Baby -- Perinatal Haematology -- Genetic Metabolic Disease -- Fetal Hydrops -- Pathology of Twinning -- Macerated Stillbirth -- Intrapartum Problems -- Prematurity -- Iatrogenic Disease -- Congenital Tumors -- The Cardiovascular System -- The Respiratory System -- The Alimentary Tract and Exocrine Pancreas -- Liver and Gallbladder -- The Urinary System -- The Reproductive System -- The Endocrine System -- The Reticuloendothelial System -- Brain Malformations -- Degenerative and Metabolic Brain Diseases -- Acquired Diseases of the Nervous System -- Skeletal Muscle and Peripheral Nerves -- The Skeletal System -- The Skin -- The Special Senses.- Forensic Aspects of Perinatal Pathology.
  • 2013 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Gary S. Firestein, Ralph C. Budd, Sherine E. Gabriel, Iain B. McInnes, James R. O'Dell.
    V. 1 -- Biology of the normal joint -- Synovium -- Cartilage and chondrocytes -- Biology, physiology, and morphology of bone -- Muscle: anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry -- Biomechanics -- Regenerative medicine and tissue engineering -- Proteinases and matrix degradation -- Dendritic cells -- Mononuclear phagocytes in rheumatic diseases -- Neutrophils -- Eosinophils -- T lymphocytes -- B cells -- Fibroblasts and fibroblast-like synoviocytes -- Mast cells -- Platelets -- Innate immunity -- Adaptive immunity and organization of lymphoid tissues -- Autoimmunity -- Genetics of rheumatic diseases -- Epigenetics -- Complement system -- Prostaglandins, leukotrienes, and related compounds -- Cell recruitment and angiogenesis -- Cytokines -- Cell survival and death in rheumatic diseases -- Experimental models for rheumatoid arthritis -- Neural regulation of pain and inflammation -- Principles of epidemiology in rheumatic disease -- Economic burden of rheumatic diseases -- Clinical trial design and analysis -- Assessment of health outcomes -- Biologic markers -- Occupational and recreational musculoskeletal disorders -- Cardiovascular risk in rheumatic disease -- Cancer risk in rheumatic diseases -- Introduction to physical medicine, physical therapy, and rehabilitation -- Pregnancy in the rheumatic diseases -- History and physical examination of the musculosketetal system -- Acute monoarthritis -- Polyarticular arthritis -- The skin and rheumatic diseases -- The eye and rheumatic diseases -- Neck pain -- Shoulder pain -- Low back pain -- Hip and knee pain -- Foot and ankle pain -- Hand and wrist pain -- Temporomandibular joint pain -- Fibromyalgia -- Synovial fluid analyses, synovial biopsy, and synovial pathology -- Arthrocentesis and injection of joints and soft tissue -- Antinuclear antibodies -- Autoantibodies in rheumatoid arthritis -- Acute phase reactants and the concept of inflammation -- Imaging modalities in rheumatic diseases -- Prostanoid biology and its therapeutic targeting -- Glucocortiocoid therapy -- Traditional DMARDs: methotrexate, leflunomide, sulfasalazne, hydroxychloroquine, and combination therapies -- Immunosuppressive drugs -- Anticytokin therapies -- Cell-targeted biologics and targets: rituximab, abatacept, and other biologics -- Antihyperuricemic agents -- Analgesic agents in rheumatic disease -- Psychosocial management of rheumatic diseases -- Nutrition and rheumatic diseases -- V. 2 -- Etiology and pathogenesis of rheumatoid arthritis -- Clinical features of rheumatoid arthritis -- Treatment of rheumatoid arthritis -- Early synovitis and early undifferentiated arthritis -- Sjögren's syndrome -- Pathogenesis of ankylosing spondylitis and reactive arthritis -- Ankylosing spondylitis -- Reactive arthritis and undifferentiated spondyloarthritis -- Psoriatic arthritis -- Enteropathic arthritis -- Etiology and pathogenesis of systemic lupus erythematosus -- Clinical features of systemic lupus erythematosus -- Treatment of systemic lupus erythematosus -- Antiphospholipid syndrome -- Etiology and pathogenesis of scleroderma -- Clinical features and treatment of scleroderma -- Inflammatory diseases of muscle and other myopathies -- Overlap syndromes -- Classification and epidemiology of systemic vasculitis -- Giant cell arteritis, polymyalgia rheumatica, and takayasu's arteritis -- Antineutrophil cytoplasm antibody-associated vasculitis -- Polyarteritis nodosa and related disorders -- Immune complex-mediated small vessel vasculitis -- Primary angiitis of the central nervous system -- Behcet's disease -- Etiology and pathogenesis of hyperuricemia and gout -- Clinical features and treatment of gout -- Calcium crystal disease: calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate and basic calcium phosphate -- Familial autoinflammatory syndromes -- Pathogenesis of osteoarthritis -- Clinical features of osteoarthritis -- Treatment of osteoarthritis -- Metabolic bone disease -- Proliferative bone diseases -- Osteonecrosis -- Relapsing polychondritis -- Heritable diseases of connective tissue -- Etiology and pathogenesis of juvenile idiopathic arthritis -- Treatment of juvenile idiopathic arthritis -- Pediatric systemic lupus erythematosus, dermatomyositis, scleroderma, and vasculitis -- Bacterial arthritis -- Lyme disease -- Mycobacterial infections of bones and joints -- Fungal infections of bones and joints -- Rheumatic manifestations of human immunodeficiency virus infection -- Viral arthritis -- Poststreptococcal arthritis and rheumatic fever -- Amyloidosis -- Sarcoidosis -- Hemochromatosis -- Hemophilic arthropathy -- Rheumatologic manifestations of hemoglobinopathies -- Endocrine diseases and the musculoskeletal system -- Musculoskeletal syndromes in malignancy -- Tumors and tumor-liked lesions of joints and related structures.
  • v. 1-2., 2009
    [edited by] Gary S. Firestein, Ralph C. Budd, Edward D. Harris, Iain B. McInnes, Shaun Ruddy, John S. Sergent.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Biology of the normal joint -- Synovium -- Cartilage and chondrocytes -- Biology, physiology, and morphology of bone -- Muscle: anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry -- Joint biomechanics: the role of mechanics and joint pathology -- Proteinases and matrix degradation -- Mononuclear phagocytes in rheumatic diseases -- T lymphocytes -- B cells -- Fibroblasts and fibroblast-like synoviocytes -- Neutrophils and eosinophils -- Mast cells -- Platelets and rheumatic diseases -- Autoimmunity -- Innate immunity -- Adaptive immunity including organization of lymphoid tissues -- Genetics of rheumatic diseases -- Complement system -- Signal transduction -- Prostaglandins, leukotrienes, and related compounds -- Cell recruitment and angiogenesis -- Cell survival and death in rheumatic diseases -- Animal models of inflammatory arthritis -- Neurologic regulation of inflammation -- Atherosclerosis in rheumatoid arthritis -- Principles of epidemiology in rheumatic disease -- Economic burden of rheumatic diseases -- Clinical trial design and analysis -- Assessment of health outcomes -- Biologic markers -- Occupational and recreational musculoskeletal disorders -- Integrative medicine in rheumatology: an evidence-based approach -- History and physical examination of the musculoskeletal system -- Monarticular arthritis -- Polyarticular arthritis -- Fibromyalgia -- Neck pain -- Shoulder pain -- Low back pain -- Hip and knee pain -- Foot and ankle pain -- Hand and wrist pain -- Temporomandibular joint pain -- The eye and rheumatic diseases -- The skin and rheumatic diseases -- Synovial fluid analysis, synovial biopsy, and synovial pathology -- Arthrocentesis and injection of joints and soft tissue -- Antinuclear antibodies -- Rheumatoid factors and other autoantibodies in rheumatoid arthritis -- Acute-phase reactants and the concept of inflammation -- Imaging modalities in rheumatic disease -- Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs -- Glucocorticoid therapy -- Methotrexate, leflunomide, sulfasalazine, hydroxychloroquine, and combination therapies -- Immunoregulatory drugs -- Anticytokine therapies -- Cell-targeted biologics and emerging targets: rituximab, abatacept, and other biologics -- Chronic musculoskeletal pain -- Arthritis self-management -- Psychosocial management of rheumatic diseases -- Nutrition and rheumatic diseases -- Introduction to physical medicine and rehabilitation -- Etiology and pathogenesis of rheumatoid arthritis -- Clinical features of rheumatoid arthritis -- Treatment of rheumatoid arthritis -- Felty's syndrome -- Sjören's syndrome -- Ankylosing spondylitis -- Undifferentiated spondyloarthritis and reactive arthritis -- Psoriatic arthritis -- Enteropathic arthritis -- Pathogenesis of systemic lupus erythematosus -- Clinical features and treatment of systemic lupus erythematosus -- Antiphospholipid syndrome -- Systemic sclerosis and the scleroderma-spectrum disorders -- Inflammatory diseases of muscle and other myopathies -- Overlap syndromes -- The classification and epidemiology of systemic vasculitis -- Giant cell arteritis, polymyalgia rheumatica, and takayasu's arteritis -- Antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody-associated vasculitis -- Polyarteritis and related disorders -- Isolated angiitis of the central nervous system -- Immune complex-mediated small vessel vasculitis -- Behçet's disease -- Gout and hyperuricemia -- Diseases associated with articular deposition of calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate and basic calcium phosphate crystals -- Pathogenesis of osteoarthritis -- Clinical features of osteoarthritis -- Management of osteoarthritis -- Metabolic bone disease -- Proliferative bone diseases -- Osteonecrosis -- Relapsing polychondritis -- Heritable diseases of connective tissue -- Juvenile idiopathic arthritis -- Systemic lupus erythematosus, juvenile dermatomyositis, scleroderma, and vasculitis -- Bacterial arthritis -- Lyme disease -- Mycobacterial infections of bones and joints -- Fungal infections of the bones and joints -- Rheumatic manifestations of human immunodeficiency virus infection -- Viral arthritis -- Poststreptoccocal arthritis and rheumatic fever -- Amyloidosis -- Sarcoidosis -- Hemochromatosis -- Hemophilic arthropathy -- Rheumatic manifestations of hemoglobinopathies -- Arthritis accompanying endocrine and metabolic disorders -- Musculoskeletal syndromes in malignancy -- Familial autoinflammatory syndromes -- Tumors and tumor-like lesions of joints and related structures.
  • 2012 ScienceDirect
    2012 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Robert W. Wilmott ... [et al.].
  • 2006
    [edited by] Victor Chernick ... [et al.].
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2012 Springer
    Helena M. Tabery.
    This book presents in vivo captured high-magnification images of two conditions: keratoconjunctivitis sicca (KCS, or dry eye), an extremely common disease of the ocular surface, and filamentary keratopathy, a relatively rare phenomenon most commonly associated with KCS. Although most of the images of KCS originated from patients with Sjögren's syndrome, they fairly represent the broad spectrum of ocular surface changes seen in the condition. The appearance of the ocular surface and of the mucus component discernible in the tear film is clearly depicted, and long-term observations, less common KCS cases, and images showing iatrogenic epithelial damage are included. The images of filamentary keratopathy clearly reveal the components of the ocular surface appendices, termed filaments, and assist in explaining the mechanisms underlying the formation of these filaments. The photographs show phenomena captured in various illumination modes, without staining and after staining with diagnostic dyes, and the photographic sequences illustrate their dynamics. The images reflect the in vivo situation. Once aware of the various phenomena, anyone working with standard diagnostic equipment - the slit lamp and the diagnostic dyes- will be able to detect almost all of them. The book will be invaluable for all who deal with ocular surface diseases, including general practitioners, medical eye specialists, ocular surgeons, optometrists, opticians, and rheumatologists.
  • 2015 Springer
    M. Soledad Cortina, Jose de la Cruz, editors.
    This book covers the field of keratoprosthesis in detail and focuses specifically on the Boston type 1 keratoprosthesis (KPro), which is the device most widely used today. Extensive information is provided on all aspects of KPro surgery, from history and preoperative evaluation to surgical techniques and postoperative management of complications. Surgical videos are included that will aid both beginning and advanced corneal surgeons in mastering these procedures. In addition, essential basic science concepts relevant to keratoprosthesis surgery are explained, and other keratoprostheses in use around the world are considered. A brief overview of integrating artificial corneas is provided, and the future of keratoprosthesis is also discussed. The book is written by some of the most distinguished and renowned experts in the field.
  • 2011 Springer
    David W. McCandless.
    Prologue: World Health Concerns -- History of Bilirubin -- Biochemistry and Physiology of Bilirubin -- Premature Birth -- Erythroblastosis Fetalis -- The Gunn Rat Model -- Crigler-Najjar Syndrome -- Neuropathology of Kernicterus -- Bilirubin and Energy Metabolism -- Jaundice and Other Biochemical Changes -- Breast Milk Jaundice -- Jaundice in Malaria -- Jaundice in Congenital Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis -- Phototherapy for Hyperbilirubinemia -- Non-phototherapy Treatment -- Hyperbilirubinemia Revisited -- Auditory Brainstem Response -- Progressive Familial Intrahepatic Cholestasis -- Kernicterus in Older Children and Adults -- Cerebral Palsy and Counseling -- Neurological Sequelae from Jaundice -- Neurobehavioral Teratology -- Gene Therapy for Hyperbilirubinemia -- Epilogue: Comments and Future Directions.
  • 2007 Springer
    Culley C. Carson.
  • 2015 Springer
    Li-Jen Wang.
    This book presents a wealth of images of the different diseases and conditions encountered in the field of uroradiology with the aim of enabling the reader to recognize lesions, to interpret them appropriately, and to make correct diagnoses. The images have been selected because they depict typical or classic findings and provide a route to lesion recognition that is superior to memorization of descriptions. The imaging modalities represented include CT, CT angiography, CT urography, MRI, MRA, MRU, diffusion-weighted MRI and ADC mapping, dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI, sonography, conventional angiography, excretory urography, retrograde pyelography, cystography, urethrography, and voiding cystourethrography. For each depicted case, important imaging features are highlighted and key points identified in brief accompanying descriptions. Readers will find that the book provides excellent guidance in the selection of imaging modalities and facilitates diagnosis. It will be an ideal ready source of information on key imaging features of urinary tract diseases for medical students, residents, fellows, and physicians handling these diseases.
  • 2008 HighWire
    edited by Roberto Ferrari.
  • 2012 Springer
    J. Rick Turner.
  • 2016 Springer
    Marcela P. Vizcaychipi, Carlos M. Corredor, editors.
    Simulation Training in the Intensive Care Unit -- Assessment and management of the delirious patient in the Intensive Care Unit -- Management of stroke in a non neuro-intensive care unit -- Neuropsychological Rehabilitation for Critically Ill Patients -- Pain in Intensive Care -- Regional Anaesthesia in the Intensive Care Unit -- Dynamic Assessment of the Heart-Echocardiography in the Intensive Care Unit -- The Role of Lung Ultrasound on the Daily Assessment of the Critically Ill Patient -- Acute Liver Failure: Diagnosis and Management for the General Intensive Care -- The Initial Surgical Management of the Critically Ill Burn Patient -- The Critically Ill Burn Patient -- How do we get it right? -- Venous Thromboembolism Prevention and the Role of Non-Coumarin Oral Anticoagulants in the Intensive Care Units -- Magnesium and Cell Membrane Stability in the Critically Ill Patient -- Transfer of the Sickest Patient in the Hospital: When, How and by Whom.
  • 2010 Springer
    Thanos Athanasiou, Haile Debas, Ara Darzi (eds.).
  • 2008 Springer
    Axel Perneczky, Robert Reisch ; in collaboration with Manfred Tschabitscher ; illustrated by Stefan Kindel ; with a foreword by Tetsuo Kanno.
    v. 1. Concept and surgical technique.
  • 2015 Springer
    Urs E. Studer, editor.
    This book provides clear guidance on how to achieve excellent functional results and avoid failures when performing cystectomy and orthotopic bladder substitution. The opening sections present helpful checklists relating to patient selection, preoperative management, the procedures themselves, intraoperative measures, postoperative management, and actions to be taken in the event of various symptoms and complications. The remainder of the book focuses in detail on a variety of specific points of interest such as how and why to attempt a nerve-sparing cystectomy, the role of pelvic lymph node dissection, physical and physiological considerations relevant to reservoir construction, metabolic consequences of the incorporation of bowel into the urinary tract, preservation of renal function, and quality of life issues. The information provided may not only be instrumental to urologists, but also to specialized health care professionals, as well as the concerned patients.
  • 2006 SAGE
    Michael Bloor and Fiona Wood.
    A practical guide to qualitative techniques for students and researchers across the social and health sciences, this work provides coverage of qualitative methods complemented by extended illustration from the array of academic disciplines in which qualitative research is found and employed.
  • 2014 Ovid
    Faiz M. Khan, John P. Gibbons.
    Structure of matter -- Nuclear transformations -- Production of x-rays -- Clinical radiation generators -- Interactions of ionizing radiation -- Measurement of ionizing radiation -- Quality of x-ray beams -- Measurement of absorbed dose -- Dose distribution and scatter analysis -- A system of dosimetric calculations -- Treatment planning i : isodose distributions -- Treatment planning ii : patient data acquisition, treatment verification, and -- Inhomogeneity corrections -- Treatment planning iii: field shaping, skin dose, and field separation -- Electron beam therapy -- Low-dose-rate brachytherapy: rules of implantation and dose specification -- Radiation protection -- Quality assurance -- Total body irradiation -- Three-dimensional conformal radiation therapy -- Intensity-modulated radiation therapy -- Stereotactic radiotherapy and radiosurgery -- Stereotactic body radiation therapy -- High-dose-rate brachytherapy -- Prostate implants: technique, dosimetry, and treatment planning -- Intravascular brachytherapy -- Image-guided radiation therapy -- Proton beam therapy.
  • v. 1-3, 1971.
    Kornev, Petr Georgevich.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2016 Springer
    Donna E. Hansel, Christopher J. Kane, Gladell P. Paner, Sam S. Chang, editors.
    Embryology, Anatomy and Histology of the Kidney -- Polycystic Kidney Disease -- Non-Neoplastic Disease Presenting as a Renal Lesion -- Overview and Staging of Renal Neoplasms -- Conventional Forms of Renal Neoplasia -- Familial Forms of Renal Cell Carcinoma and Associated Syndromes -- Translocation-Associated Carcinoma -- Collecting Duct Carcinoma and Renal Medullary Carcinoma -- Emerging and Recently Described Subtypes of Renal Carcinoma -- Non-Epithelial Renal Neoplasms of the Adult Kidney -- Pediatric Renal Neoplasms -- Glomerular Disease -- Non-Neoplastic Kidney Diseases in the Setting of a Renal Mass.
  • 2003 ScienceDirect
    edited by Peter D. Vize, Adrian S. Woolf, Jonathan B.L. Bard.
    Also available: Print – 2003
  • 2011 Springer
    edited by Daniel A. Shoskes, T.R. Srinivas.
    The Immune response to transplanted organs / William M. Baldwin III, Anna Valujskikh, Peter N. Lalli, and Robert L. Fairchild -- The Histocompatibility laboratory in clinical transplantation / Diane J. Pidwell and Peter N. Lalli -- Immunosuppressive therapy in kidney and pancreas transplantation / George Thomas, Saul Nurko, and Titte R. Srinivas -- Clinical pharmacologic principles and immunosuppression / Patricia West-Thielke and Bruce Kaplan -- Pathology of kidney and pancreas transplantation / Lillian Gaber and Byron P. Croker -- Design, conduct, and report of clinical trials of immunosuppressive regimens in solid organ transplantation / Agnes Costello and D. Scott Batty, Jr. -- Outcomes of kidney and pancreas transplantation / Titte R. Srinivas, Herwig-Ulf Meier-Kriesche, and Jesse D. Schold -- Medical and surgical evaluation of the adult kidney transplant candidate / Richard A. Fatica, Stuart M. Flechner, and Titte R. Srinivas -- Selection and preparation of the pancreas transplant recipient / Ho-Yee Tiong and Venkatesh Krishnamurthi -- Kidney transplant recipient surgery / Daniel A. Shoskes -- Issues and surgical techniques to expand the pool of kidneys available for transplantation / Charles S. Modlin III and Charles S. Modlin, Jr. -- Pancreas transplantation: surgical techniques / Alvin C. Wee and Venkatesh Krishnamurthi -- Laparoscopic living kidney donation / Wesley M. White and Jihad H. Kaouk -- Perioperative and anesthetic management in kidney and pancreas transplantation management / Jerome F. O'Hara Jr. and Samuel A. Irefin -- Surgical complications after kidney transplantation / Stuart M. Flechner -- Urological complications after kidney transplantation / Islam A. Ghoneim and Daniel A. Shoskes -- Medical management of kidney transplant recipients / Vidya Vootukuru and Brian Stephany -- Infectious complications: prevention and management / Robin K. Avery, Michelle Lard, and Titte R Srinivas -- Living kidney donation: pre- and post-donation evaluation and management / Jonathan Taliercio and Emilio D. Poggio -- Psychology, quality of life and rehabilitation after kidney and pancreas transplantation / Kathy L. Coffman -- Kidney allocation system for deceased donor kidneys in the United States / Islam A. Ghoneim and David A. Goldfarb -- Ethics of transplantation / David A. Goldfarb and Jerome F. O'Hara, Jr. -- World wide long-term (20-40 years) renal transplant outcomes and classification of long-term patient and allograft survivals / William E. Braun, Sankar Navaneethan, and Deborah Protiva -- Quantitative aspects of clinical reasoning: measuring endpoints and performance / Jesse D. Schold -- The Business of transplantation / Art Thomson.
  • 2014 Springer
    Aftab S. Chishti, Shumyle Alam, Stefan G. Kiessling, editors.
    Embryology of the Urinary Tract -- Normal Development of Renal Function of the Newborn -- Fluid and Electrolytes in the Newborn -- Special Considerations -- Tools for the Assessment of Renal Function in the Newborn -- Oral and Parenteral Nutrition of the Newborn with Urinary Tract Disease -- Fetal Urology -- Imaging of the Urinary Tract in Newborns -- Urinary Tract Infections -- Hydronephrosis -- Posterior Urethral Valves -- Prune Belly Syndrome -- Structural Abnormalities of the External Genitalia and Urinary Tract -- Structural Abnormalities of the kidney and Ureter -- Neonatal Tumors involving the Urinary Tract -- Cystic Kidney Disease -- Congenital Nephrotic Syndrome -- Acute Kidney Injury -- Renal Replacement Therapy in the Neonate -- Neonatal Hypertension -- Electrolyte Abnormalities in the Newborn.
  • 2015 Springer
    Primo N. Lara, Jr., Eric Jonasch, editors.
    Part 1: Epidemiology and Biology Epidemiology of Kidney Cancer -- Pathological Classification -- Molecular Biology of Kidney Cancer -- Biomarkers for Kidney Cancer -- Genetic Heterogeneity of Kidney Cancer -- Metabolic Basis of Kidney Cancer. Part 2: Clinical Considerations Clinical Presentation and Staging.- Hereditary Kidney Cancer. Part 3: Surgical and Local Control Modalities Surgical Approaches to Early Stage Kidney Cancer -- Cytoreductive Nephrectomy -- Metastasectomy -- Energy Ablative Techniques in Kidney Cancer -- The Role of Radiation Therapy in Kidney Cancer. Part 4: Systemic Therapy Considerations Adjuvant Systemic Therapy -- Cytokines and Vaccine Therapy -- PD1 and PDL1 Targeted Therapy -- Angiogenesis Inhibitor Therapy -- The Role of mTOR inhibitors and PI3K Pathway Blockade -- Sequential versus Combination Strategies -- Presurgical Therapy in Kidney Cancer -- Toxicity Management for Patients on Targeted Therapies -- Emerging Agents in Kidney Cancer.
  • 2012 Springer
    Primo N. Lara, Jr., Eric Jonasch, editors.
    "Kidney Cancer: Principles and Practice is an interdisciplinary textbook that encompasses all clinically relevant aspects of the disease and is designed to be as user-friendly as possible in order to meet the needs of the busy practitioner. To this end, the informative text is complemented by helpful boxed sections that present essential 'take home' points and patient-oriented cases demonstrating the clinical application of elements discussed in the chapter in question. Original high-quality images, some in color, are included whenever necessary to simplify particularly complex material. The authors are an international group of acknowledged experts in kidney cancer epidemiology, molecular biology, pathology, diagnosis, clinical features, staging, prognostic and predictive factors, surgery, systemic therapy, and emerging investigational approaches, among others. This clinically oriented volume will be of great interest to clinicians, researchers, residents, and fellows, as well as to students and knowledgeable lay people."--Publisher's website.
  • 2012 Springer Protocols
    edited by Odyssé Michos.
    Dissecting and culturing and imaging the mouse urogenital system / Paul N. Riccio and Odyssé Michos -- In vitro culture of embryonic kidney rudiments and isolated ureteric buds / Xing Zhang, Kevin T. Bush, and Sanjay K. Nigam -- In vitro induction of nephrogenesis in mouse metanephric mesenchyme with lithium introduction and ureteric bud recombination / Kimmo Halt and Seppo Vainio -- Live imaging of the developing mouse mesonephros / David Grote, Michael Marcotte, and Maxime Bouchard -- Organotypic culture of the urogenital tract / Ekaterina Batourina [and others] -- Live imaging kidney development in zebrafish / Aleksandr Vasilyev and Iain A. Drummond -- Analysis of 3D branching pattern: Hematoxylin and eosin method / Sunder Sims-Lucas -- Three-dimensional imaging of fetal mouse kidneys / Deborah Hyink -- Analysis of native kidney structures in three dimensions / Kieran M. Short and Ian M. Smyth -- Estimating nephron number in the developing kidney using the physical disector/fractionator combination / Luise A. Cullen-McEwen [and others] -- An immunofluorescence method to analyze the proliferation status of individual nephron segments in the Xenopus pronephric kidney / Daniel Romaker, Bo Zhang, and Oliver Wessely -- Dissociation of embryonic kidney followed by re-aggregation as a method for chimeric analysis / Jamie A. Davies [and others] -- Analysis of migration in primary ureteric bud epithelial cells / Satu Kuure -- Investigating primary cilia in cultured metanephric mesenchymal cells / Lijun Chi and Norman Rosenblum -- Making immortalized cell lines from embryonic mouse kidney / Guanping Tai, Peter Hohenstein, and Jamie A. Davies -- Engineered tissues to quantify collective cell migration during morphogenesis / Sriram Manivannan, Jason P. Gleghorn, and Celeste M. Nelson -- Access and use of the GUDMAP database of genitourinary development / Jamies A. Davies [and others] -- Isolation of high quality RNA from embryonic kidney and cells / Shifaan Thowfeequ and Odyssé Michos -- Laser capture / S. Steven Potter and Eric W. Brunskill -- Use of in situ hybridization to examine gene expression in the embryonic, neonatal, and adult urogenital system / Bree A. Rumballe [and others] -- Detection of [beta]-galactosidase activity: X-gal staining / Sally F. Burn -- Fluorescent immunolabeling of embryonic kidney samples / Christina Debrián -- Immunohistochemical staining of dpERK staining during early kidney development / Xuan Chi and Odyssé Michos -- Sensing BMP pathway activity by immune detection of phosphorylated R-smad proteins in mouse embryonic kidney / Javier Lopez-Rios -- Analysis of in vivo transcription factor recruitment by chromatin immunoprecipitation of mouse embryonic kidney / Claire Heliot and Silvia Cereghini -- siRNA-mediated RNA interference in embryonic kidney organ culture / Jamie A. Davies and Mathieu Unbekandt -- Morpholino-mediated gene knockdown in mammalian organ culture / Alda Tufro -- Microinjection into the lumen of the ureteric tree / Christina Cebrián -- Renal delivery of adenovirus and antisense oligonucleotides in rats by retrograde renal vein injection / Guadalupe Ortiz-Muñoz [and others] -- Estimating total nephron number in the adult kidney using the physical disector/fractionator combination / Luise A. Cullen-McEwen, Rebecca N. Douglas-Denton, and John F. Bertram -- Assessing urinary tract defects in mice: methods to detect the presence of vesicoureteric reflux and urinary tract obstruction / Inga J. Murawski, Christine L. Watt, and Indra R. Gupta -- Ischemia-reperfusion injury of the mouse kidney / Leif Oxburgh and Mark P. de Caestecker -- Variable partial unilateral ureteral obstruction and its release in the neonatal and adult mouse / Barbara A. Thornhill and Robert L. Chevalier -- Urinary diversion via cutaneous vesicostomy in the megabladder mouse / Ashley R. Carpenter [and others] -- Ultrasound imaging of the murine kidney / Ashley R. Carpenter [and others].
  • 2015 ScienceDirect
    edited by Melissa H. Little.
  • 2014 Springer
    Gavino Faa, Vassilios Fanos, editors.
    This volume provides a comprehensive, state-of-the art review in the field of experimental and human nephrogenesis. The book reviews new data on the effects on kidney development by neonatal asphyxia, obstructive uropathies, nephrotoxic drugs, malnutrition, underfeeding, overfeeding, and provides all possible preventive measures to ensure the well-being of the kidney at birth. The book also discusses the possible implications between renal development and the insurgence of kidney disease in adult life, and the correlation with renal carcinogenesis. Written by well recognized experts in their fields, Kidney Development in Renal Pathology is a valuable tool for pathologists, neonatologists, nephrologists, gynecologists, and researchers with an interest in kidney diseases.
  • 2007 Karger
    volume editor, Guillermo A. Herrera.
    The kidney in plasma cell dyscrasias: a current view and a look at the future / Herrera, G.A. -- A history of the kidney in plasma cell disorders / Steensma, D.P., Kyle, R.A. -- Patholigic studies useful for the diagnosis and monitoring of plasma cell dyscrasias / Veillon, D.M., Cotelingam, J.D. -- Serum free light chains in the diagnosis and monitoring of patients with plasma cell dyscrasias / Mayo, M.M., Schaef Johns, G. -- Mechanisms of renal damage in plasma cell dyscrasias: an overview / Merlini, G., Pozzi, C. -- Proximal tubular injury in myeloma / Batuman, V. -- Paraproteinemic renal diseases that involve the tubulo-interstitium / Herrera, G.A., Sanders, P.W. -- The mesangium as a target for glomerulopathic light and heavy chains: pathogenic considerations in light and heavy chain-mediated glomerular damage / Keeling, J., Herrera, G.A. -- Immunoglobulin light and heavy chain amyloidosis AL/AH: renal pathology and differential diagnosis / Picken, M.M. -- Diversity and diversification of light chains in myeloma: the specter of amyloidogenesis by proxy / Gu, M., Wilton, R., Stevens, F.J. -- High-dose therapy in patients with plasma cell dyscrasias and renal dysfunction / Pineda-Roman, M., Tricot, G. -- Current and emerging views and treatments of systemic immunoglobulin light-chain (AL) amyloidosis / Comenzo, R.L.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2007 ScienceDirect
    edited by Justin C. Mason, Charles D. Pusey.
    This volume brings together an international group of clinicians and clinical scientists to contribute to a state-of the-art review of the underlying pathogenic mechanisms, methods of clinical assessment, classification and diagnosis of renal disease, combined with a detailed overview of treatment strategies. An essential reference source for all those involved with the care of patients with renal involvement in systemic autoimmune disease, and for those contributing to research into the underlying pathogenic mechanisms in these disorders.
  • 2009 Springer Protocols
    edited by Tim D. Hewitson, Gavin J. Becker.
    Isolation and propagation of glomerular mesangial cells / Paolo Mené and Antonella Stoppacciaro -- Isolation and primary culture of human proximal tubule cells / David A. Vesey ... [et al.] -- Propagation and culture of renal fibroblasts / Lauren Grimwood and Rosemary Masterson -- Small animal models of kidney disease : a review / Tim D. Hewitson, Takahiko Ono, and Gavin J. Becker -- Measurement of glomerular filtration rate in conscious mice / Zhonghua Qi and Matthew D. Breyer -- Laser capture microdissection of kidney tissue / Robert P. Woroniecki and Erwin P. Bottinger -- Quantitative gene expression analysis in kidney tissues / Chris Tikellis ... [et al.] -- In vivo imaging of leukocyte recruitment to glomeruli in mice using intravital microscopy / A. Richard Kitching, Michael P. Kuligowski, and Michael J. Hickey -- Using in situ hybridization to localize renal gene expression in tissue sections / Ian A. Darby, Alexis Desmoulière, and Tim D. Hewitson -- Immuno and lectin histochemistry for renal light microscopy / Tim D. Hewitson and Lauren Grimwood -- Immuno and lectin histochemistry for renal electron microscopy / Mitsuru Nakajima -- Pimonidazole adduct immunohistochemistry in the rat kidney : detection of tissue hypoxia / Christian Rosenberger ... [et al.] -- Identification of apoptosis in kidney tissue sections / Glenda Gobe -- Cell-populated floating collagen lattices : an in vitro model of parenchymal contraction / Kristen J. Kelynack -- Mechanical stretch-induced signal transduction in cultured mesangial cells / Joan Krepinsky -- Determination of collagen content, concentration, and sub-types in kidney tissue / Chrishan S. Samuel -- SELDI-TOF mass spectrometry-based protein profiling of kidney tissue / Eleni Giannakis ... [et al.] -- In vivo transfer of small interfering RNA or small hairpin RNA targeting glomeruli / Yoshitsugu Takabatake, Yoshitaka Isaka, and Enyu Imai.
  • 2015 Springer
    David A. Schulsinger, editor.
    This practical guide helps readers take charge of their health and explores the best ways to eliminate this painful disease. Kidney Stone Disease: Say NO to Stones! looks at the formation and prevention of the four major types of kidney stones, explores several different treatment options including open surgery and provides guidance on what to expect before, during and after treatment. Case histories are found at the end of each chapter to guide the reader on the different types of treatment appropriate for specific conditions. Written by a team of experts in the field, Kidney Stone Disease: Say NO to Stones! includes the latest information on risk factors, dietary and lifestyle choices, as well as state-of-the-art treatments.
  • 2014 CRCnetBASE
    editor, Sang Geon Kim.
    "This book bridges the gap between advances in basic biology and chemistry and technological applications in the field of toxicity assessments. 10 chapters describe major areas of progress in the laboratory and clinic. In the first section, the aspects of cellular organelles are discussed. In the second, the basic principles and applications of modern toxicological tools such as transcriptomic, proteomic, and metabolomic approaches are covered. In the third section, the recent developments on molecular modeling and systems biology are described with an eye on the future establishment of virtual cell technology. Finally the clinical implications for the understanding of acute and chronic renal toxicity are studied"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2010 Springer
    Dianne B. McKay, Steven M. Steinberg, editors.
    Ten Things Not to Do / Dianne B. McKay and Steven M. Steinberg -- The Transplant Procedure: Surgical Techniques and Complications / Barry J. Browne -- What Is Transplant Immunology and Why Are Allografts Rejected? / Dianne B. McKay, Ken Park and David Perkins -- What Is Histocompatibility Testing and How Is It Done? / Edgar L. Milford and Indira Guleria -- Kidney Allocation: Role of UNOS and OPOs / Patricia L. Adams, Walter K. Graham and Susan Gunderson -- Live Donors: How to Optimally Protect the Donor / Robert Steiner -- Laparoscopic Donor Nephrectomy: Essentials for the Nephrologist / Arturo Martinez -- New Sources in Living Kidney Donation / Ruthanne L. Hanto, Alvin E. Roth, M. Utku Ünver and Francis L. Delmonico -- What Are Immunosuppressive Medications? How Do They Work? What Are Their Side Effects? / Peter Chung-Wen Chang and Donald E. Hricik -- Optimizing Immunosuppression / Alexander C. Wiseman and James E. Cooper -- Evaluation of Renal Allograft Dysfunction / Robert S. Gaston -- The Kidney Transplant Biopsy / Jose R. Torrealba and Milagros D. Samaniego -- Evaluation of the Kidney Transplant Candidate and Follow-Up of the Listed Patient / Roy D. Bloom and Alden M. Doyle -- The Acute Care of the Transplant Recipient / Phuong-Thu T. Pham, Phuong-Chi T. Pham and Gabriel M. Danovitch -- Post-transplant Cardiovascular Disease / Phuong-Anh T. Pham, Carmen Slavov, Phuong-Thu T. Pham and Alan H. Wilkinson -- Diabetes Mellitus and Transplantation: Risks for Post-transplant Diabetes / Phuong-Thu T. Pham, Phuong-Mai T. Pham and Alan H. Wilkinson -- Infections in Kidney Transplant Recipients / Carlos A.Q. Santos and Daniel C. Brennan -- Malignancies Before and After Transplantation / Mary B. Prendergast and Roslyn B. Mannon -- Bone Disease in Renal Transplantation / Bradford Lee West, Stuart M. Sprague and Michelle A. Josephson -- Sexuality and Pregnancy Before and After Kidney Transplantation / Martha Pavlakis and Dianne B. McKay -- Socioeconomic Issues and the Transplant Recipient / Mary Beth Callahan and Connie L. Davis -- Adherence to the Immunosuppressive Regimen in Adult and Pediatric Kidney Transplant Recipients / Fabienne Dobbels and Richard N. Fine -- Transitioning Between Pediatric and Adult Clinics / Elizabeth Ingulli.
  • 2014 Springer
    Matthew R. Weir, Edgar V. Lerma, editors.
    "With the increased prevalence of kidney transplantation, transplant recipients are being treated in a variety of clinical settings -- often beyond the transplant center. There is a greater need for clinicians and allied healthcare professionals to have appropriate guidance on managing these patients. Kidney Transplantation offers the latest evidencebased information on the full range of dilemmas in the medical management of kidney transplant recipients before, during and after transplantation. Beginning with the selection of patients who are candidates for transplantation, this authoritative guide covers the care of the patient on the waiting list and evaluation of donors, preoperative care, induction and immunosuppression maintenance. This wealth of new information and guidelines will serve as an important resource for the best possible care for transplant patients."--Publisher's website.
  • 2008 ClinicalKey
    by Peter Morris and Stuart J. Knechtle.
    With meticulous updates throughout, Kidney Transplantation remains your definitive medical resource for state-of-the-art answers on every aspect of renal transplantation. A multidisciplinary approach from internationally renowned nephrologists from around the world offers practice-applicable guidance for all members of the transplant team. With coverage encompassing applied science, surgical techniques, immunosuppressive methods, outcomes, risks, and medical considerations related to kidney transplantation, both in adults and children, you'll have the balanced information you need to achieve the best possible outcomes. Visualize key concepts and discern nuances of renal transplantation techniques through more than 335 superb illustrations.Access the fully searchable text online anywhere, anytime with Expert Consult online access.
  • 2008
    [edited by] Sir Peter J. Morris, Stuart J. Knechtle.
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  • 2005 Karger
    volume editors, Claudio Ronco, Stefano Chiaramonte, Giuseppe Remuzzi.
    Renal transplantation / Cardillo, M., et al. -- Kidney transplantation in the hyperimmunized patient / Gloor, J. -- Chronic induction : what's new in the pipeline / Vincenti, F. -- Steroid or calcineurin-inhibitor sparing immunosuppressive protocols / Griny, J.M., Cruzado, J.M. -- Steroid-free lymphocyte depletion protocols : the potential for partial tolerance? / McCauley, J., Starzl, T.E. -- Chronic graft loss : immunological and non-immunological factors / Hernandez-Fuentes, M.P., Lechl, R.I. -- Lymphocyte depletion as a barrier to immunologic tolerance / Neujahr, D., Turka, L.A. -- Monitoring of immunosuppressive therapy in renal transplanted patients / Chiaramonte, S., Dissegna, D., Ronco, C. -- Chronic allograft nephropathy : a multiple approach to target nonimmunological factors / Ruggenenti, P. -- Transplantation tolerance : a complex scenario awaiting clinical applicability / Sayegh, M.H., Perico, N., Remuzzi, G. -- Dendritic cells, tolerance, and therapy of organ allograft rejection / Raimondi, G., Thomson, A.W. -- Natural versus adaptive regulatory T cells / Cassis, L., Aiello, S., Noris, M. -- Reviewing the mechanism of peripheral tolerance in clinical transplantation / Suciu-Foca, N., Cortesini, R. -- The goal of intragraft gene therapy / Tomasoni, S., Benigni, A.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2012
    Karen Olivia Peck.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2008 ebrary, Limited to 1 simultaneous users
    Investment Banking Resumes at a Glance; 30 Seconds to Satisfy; Overview; The Bottom Li ne; Firms's-eye view; Prep Work; Anatomy of a Resume; Formatting Guidelines; Basic Dos and Don'ts; Resumes Reviewed; Anatomy of a Cover Letter; General Guidelines Cover Letter Ingredients; Sample Cover Letter/Resume Pairs; Getting Your Foot in the Door; Following Up; Prep Interview; Recommended Resources.
  • 2005 Springer
    by Gideon Berke and William R. Clark.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2012 Springer Protocols
    edited by Bernhard Kuster.
    Targeting cancer with small-molecular-weight kinase inhibitors / Doriano Fabbro [and others] -- Small-molecule protein and lipid kinase inhibitors in inflammation and specific models for their evaluation / Matthias Gaestel and Alexey Kotlyarov -- Measuring the activity of leucine-rich repeat kinase 2 : a kinase involved in Parkinson's disease / Byoung Dae Lee [and others] -- Measuring P13K lipid kinase activity / Elisa Ciraolo, Alessia Perino, and Emilio Hirsch -- A fluorescence polarization assay for the discovery of inhibitors of the polo-box domain of polo-like kinase 1 / Wolfgang Reindl, Klause Strebhardt, and Thorsten Berg -- Assessment of hepatotoxicity potential of drug candidate molecules including kinase inhibitors by hepatocyte imaging assay technology and bile flux imaging assay technology / Jinghai J. Xu [and others] -- Kinase inhibitor selectivity profiling using differential scanning fluorimetry / Oleg Fedorov, Frank H. Niesen, and Stefan Knapp -- Chemoproteomic characterization of protein kinase inhibitors using immobilized ATP / James S. Duncan, Timothy A.J. Haystead, and David W. Litchfield -- Proteome-wide identification of staurosporine-binding kinases using capture coumpound mass spectrometry / Jenny J. Fischer, Olivia Y. Graebner (neé Baessler), and Mathias Dreger -- Affinity pruification of proteins binding to kinase inhibitors immobilized on self-assembling monolayers / Marcus Bantscheff, Scott Hobson, and Bernhard Kuster -- Kinase inhibitor profiling using chemoproteomics / Markus Schirle [and others] -- Covalent cross-linking of kinases with their corresponding peptide substrates / Alexander V. Statsuk and Kevan M. Shokat -- Receptor tyrosine kinase inhibitor profiling using bead-based multiplex sandwich immunoassays / Oliver Pötz [and others] -- Monitoring phosphoproteomic response to targeted kinase inhibitors using reverse-phase protein microarrays / Gabriela Lavezzari and Mark R. Lackner -- Measuring phosphorylation-specific changes in response to kinase inhibitors in mammalian cells using quantitative proteomics / Nurhan Özlü, Marc Kirchner, and Judith Jebanathirajah Steen -- Investigation of acquired resistance to EGFR-targeted therapies in lung cancer using cDNA microarrays / Kian Kani, Rafaella Sordella, and Parag Mallick.
  • 2016 Springer Protocols
    edited by Hicham Zegzouti and Said A. Goueli.
    HTRF kinase assay development and methods in inhibitor characterization / Yong Jia, Mari Manuia, and Jose Juarez -- Application of eukaryotic elongation factor-2 kinase (eEF-2K) for cancer therapy : expression, purification, and high-throughput inhibitor screening / Clint D. J. Tavares ... [et al.] -- Recombinant kinase production and fragment screening by NMR spectroscopy / Byeonggu Han and Hee-Chul Ahn -- Bioluminescence methods for assaying kinases in quantitative high-throughput screening (qHTS) format applied to yes1 tyrosine kinase, glucokinase, and PI5P4Kα lipid kinase / Mindy I. Davis, Douglas S. Auld, and James Inglese -- Using bioluminescent kinase profiling strips to identify kinase inhibitor selectivity and promiscuity / Hicham Zegzouti, Jacquelyn Hennek, and Said A. Goueli -- Measuring activity of phosphoinositide lipid kinases using a bioluminescent ADP-detecting assay / Andrew W. Tai and Jolanta Vidugiriene -- High-throughput radiometric kinase assay / Krisna C. Duong-Ly and Jeffrey R. Peterson -- High-content assay to screen for modulators of EGFR function / Christophe Antczak and Hakim Djaballah -- Monitoring protein kinase expression and phosphorylation in cell lysates with antibody microarrays / Hong Zhang, Xiaoqing Shi, and Steven Pelech -- From enzyme to whole blood : sequential screening procedure for identification and evaluation of p38 MAPK inhibitors / Silke M. Bauer ... [e tal.] -- Genetically encoded fluorescent indicators to visualize protein phosphorylation in living cells / Moritoshi Sato and Yoshio Umezawa -- Characterization of an engineered Src kinase to study Src signaling and biology / Leanna R. Gentry .. [et al.] -- Screening one-bead-one-compound peptide libraries for optimal kinase substrates / Thi B. Trinh and Dehua Pei -- Determination of the substrate specificity of protein kinases with peptide micro- and macroarrays / Shenshen Lai ... [et al.] -- Rapid identification of protein kinase phosphorylation site motifs using combinatorial peptide libraries / Chad J. Miller and Benjamin E. Turk.
  • 2013
    Bertrade Clemence Ange Mbom.
    [Beta]-Catenin is a multifunctional protein with critical roles in cell-cell adhesion, Wnt-signaling and the centrosome cycle. Whereas the roles of [beta]-catenin in adhesion and Wnt-signaling are well understood, how [beta]-catenin regulates the centrosome cycle is not. NIMA-related protein kinase 2 (Nek2), which stimulates centrosome separation, binds to and phosphorylates [beta]-catenin. Using in vitro and cell-based assays, we show that Nek2 phosphorylates the same regulatory sites as Glycogen Synthase Kinase 3[beta] (GSK3[beta]) in the N-terminus of [beta]-catenin (S33/S37/T41) as well as additional sites. Significantly, Nek2, not GSK3[beta], is responsible for phosphorylating [beta]-catenin at centrosomes. Nek2 binding promotes [beta]-catenin stability by inhibiting binding of the E3 ligase [beta]-TrCP to [beta]-catenin, thereby preventing [beta]-catenin ubiquitination and degradation. Thus, [beta]-catenin phosphorylated by Nek2 on S33/S37/T41 accumulates at centrosomes in mitosis. We further show that Plk1 regulates Nek2 activity in stabilizing [beta]-catenin. Taken together, these results identify a novel mechanism for regulating [beta]-catenin stability, and provide new insight into a pathway involving Plk1, Nek2 and [beta]-catenin that regulates the centrosome cycle.
  • v. 1-3, 1899-1903. Google Books
    Fulltext (v.2 1901) Google Books
    Fulltext (v.3 1903) Google Books
    Monti, Alois.
  • 2005 Springer
    edited by Michael E. Corcoran and Solomon L. Moshé.
    Developmental temporal lobe epilepsy in amygdala kindled kittens: an update -- Prenatal betamethasone exposure suppresses kindling epileptogenesis in immature rats -- Development of kindling in immature fast and slow kindling rats -- Neonatal heat-induced convulsions affect behaviours in neonatal, juvenile and adult rats -- Experimental absence versus amygdaloid kindling -- Pentylenetetrazol-induced kindling as a model of absence and convulsive forms of epilepsy -- Sodium current properties in different models of epilepsy -- Kindling the gabaergic phenotype of the glutamatergic granule cells -- Hippocampal kindling and GABA receptor functions -- Altered interaction between the entorhinal cortex and hippocampus in amygdala kindled rats -- Nature and consequences of seizures originating in the brainstem -- Involvement in the claustrum and ventromedial thalamus in epileptogenesis -- From ultrastructure to networks: kindling-induced changes in neocortex -- Kindling as a tool for studying the role of subcortical structures in limbic seizures -- Kindling, epilepsy, and the plasticity of network synchronization -- Electrophysiological and anatomical differences, behavioral comorbidities and gene expression in fast and slow kindling rat strains -- Gene expression changes in kindling -- A proteomic approach to the molecular analysis of kindling -- Amygdala metabotropic glutamate receptors and kindling -- Induction of B₁ bradykinin receptors in the kindled brain -- Galanin and kindling -- Kindling, neurotrophins and axon-guidance factors -- Conditional deletion of TRKB prevents epileptogenesis in the kindling model -- Neuropeptide Y and its receptors in kindling epileptogenesis -- Contribution of pre kindling affective state to hemispheric differences in the effects on anxiety of basolateral amygdala kindling -- Effects of kindling on spatial memory: characteristics and mechanisms -- A potential role for the hippocampus in the expression of kindling-induced fear -- Does inadvertent conditioning contribute to the major features of kindling? -- Contingent tolerance and cross tolerance to anticonvulsant effects in amygdala-kindled seizures: mechanistic and clinical implications -- Mechanisms of pharmacoresistance in the phenytoin-resistant kindled wistar rat -- Development of new anticonvulsants using the kindling model -- Cannabinoids and kindling -- Low frequency sine wave stimulation decreases the incidence of kindled seizures -- Predisposed susceptibility in primate epileptogenesis and anti-epileptogenesis -- Natural history of mesial temporal lobe epilepsy with hippocampal sclerosis: how does kindling compare with other commonly used animal models -- Clinical evidence of epilepsy-related plasticity -- Pathological sensitization of the dopamine system in experimental epileptogenesis: implication for the mechanism of epileptic psychosis.
  • 2009 Springer
    Peter De Wulf, William C. Earnshaw, editors.
    Centromeres and kinetochores : an historical perspective / Kerry S. Bloom -- The basics of chromosome segregation / Mitsuhiro Yanagida -- The centromere / Beth A. Sullivan -- Neocentromeres / Owen J. Marshall and K.H. Andy Choo -- Human artificial centromeres : de novo assembly of functional centromeres on human artificial chromosomes / Hiroshi Masumoto, Teruaki Okada, and Yasuhide Okamoto -- Kinetochore composition, formation, and organization / Tatsuo Fukagawa and Peter De Wulf -- Evolution of centromeres and kinetochores : a two-part fugue / Paul B. Talbert, Joshua J. Bayes, and Steven Henikoff -- Mitotic spindle assembly mechanisms / Rebecca Heald and Claire E. Walczak -- Kinetochore-microtubule interactions / Lesley Clayton and Tomoyuki U. Tanaka -- Post-translational modifications that regulate kinetochore activity / Chitra V. Kotwaliwale and Sue Biggins -- The role of the kinetochore in spindle checkpoint signaling / P. Todd Stukenberg and Daniel J. Burke -- Kinetochore regulation of anaphase and cytokinesis / Scott Thomas and Kenneth B. Kaplan -- Roles of centromeres and kinetochores in meiosis / Adele L. Marston -- The kinetochore-cancer connection / Takeshi Tomonaga -- The kinetochore as target for cancer drug development / Song-tao Liu and Tim J. Yen.
  • 2008 Springer
    edited by Tommy Bengtsson, Geraldine P. Mineau.
  • 2003 NCBI Bookshelf
    Mary Carrington, Paul Norman.
  • Google Books
    by W. Morrant Baker and Vincent Dormer Harris.
    Also available: Print – 1898.
  • v. 1-2, 1885. Google Books
    Fulltext (v.2 1885) Google Books
    by W. Morrant Baker and Vincent Dormer Harris.
    Also available: Print – v. 1-2, 1885.
  • 2013 ClinicalKey
    Nicholas T. Kouchoukos, Eugene H. Blackstone, Frank L. Hanley, James K. Kirklin.
    Anatomy, dimensions, and terminology -- Hypothermia, circulatory arrest, and cardiopulmonary bypass -- Myocardial management during cardiac surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass -- Anesthesia for cardiovascular surgery -- Postoperative care -- Generating knowledge from information, data, and analyses -- Stenotic arteriosclerotic coronary artery disease -- Left ventricular aneurysm -- Postinfarction ventricular septal defect -- Mitral regurgitation from ischemic heart disease -- Mitral valve disease with or without tricuspid valve disease -- Aortic valve disease -- Combined aortic and mitral valve disease with or without tricuspid valve disease -- Tricuspid valve disease -- Infective endocarditis -- Cardiac rhythm disturbance -- Cardiac trauma -- Cardiac tumor -- Hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy -- Cardiomyopathy -- Cardiac transplantation -- Mechanical circulatory support -- Pericardial disease -- Acute traumatic aortic disruption -- Acute aortic dissection -- Chronic thoracic and thoracoabdominal aortic disease -- Diseases of the pulmonary arteries -- Acquired diseases of the systemic veins -- Congenital heart disease in the adult, Atrial septal defect and partial anomalous pulmonary venous connection -- Total anomalous pulmonary venous connection -- Cor triatriatum -- Unroofed coronary sinus syndrome -- Atrioventricular septal defect -- Ventricular septal defect -- Congenital sinus of valsalva aneurysms and aortico-left ventricular tunnel -- Patient ductus arteriosus -- Ventricular septal defect with pulmonary stenosis or atresia -- Pulmonary stenosis and intact ventricular septum -- Pulmonary atresia and intact ventricular septum -- Tricuspid atresia and single-ventricle physiology -- Ebstein anomaly -- Truncus arteriosus -- Aortopulmonary window -- Origin of the right or left pulmonary artery from the ascending aorta -- Congenital anomalies of the coronary arteries -- Congenital aortic stenosis -- Coarctation of the aorta and interrupted aortic arch -- Aortic atresia and other forms of hypoplastic left heart physiology -- Congenital mitral valve disease -- Vascular ring and sling -- Complete transposition of the great arteries -- Double outlet right ventricle -- Double outlet left ventricle -- Congenitally corrected transposition of the great arteries and other forms of atrioventricular discordant connection -- Double inlet ventricle and atretic atrioventricular valve -- Anatomically corrected malposition of the great arteries -- Atrial isomerism.
    Also available: Print – v. 1-2, 2013
  • 2005- Wiley
    Kirk, Raymond E.; Othmer, Donald F.
    Includes risk management, enterprise resource planning, outsourcing, combinatorial synthesis and technology, functional foods, process automation, electronic chemicals, specialty silicones, mergers and acquisitions, nanoparticles, bioinformatics, ISO 14000, micron-scale chemical analysis, medical applications of biodegradable materials, product development, strategies, drug discovery strategies, chemistry of aging, single-site catalysis, custom manufacturing, and global chemical market analysis.
  • 2013 ClinicalKey
    edited by Richard Novell, Daryll M. Baker, Nicholas Goddard ; editor emeritus R.M. Kirk.
    General Surgical Operations is a highly-praised and comprehensive textbook of operative surgery. It is a practical manual aimed at the surgeon who is about to carry out an operation, rather than just a description of the principles suitable for an examiner. Kirk's General Surgical Operations continues to be aimed at a broad readership: the candidate preparing for the Intercollegiate FRCS in General Surgery or international equivalents; the trained surgeon faced, through necessity, with undertaking an infrequently performed procedure; and the many surgeons working in hospitals throughout the world without access to specialist services. It remains above all a practical text which will guide the surgeon in training, or one unfamiliar with a procedure, on how to perform it, but more importantly on how to manage the uncertainties which so often arise. This is a 'What to do' book. Using it the reader can aspire to gain diagnostic, decision making and operative surgical competence with confidence.
  • 2013 Springer
    Alexander S. Kauffman, Jeremy T. Smith, editors.
    Also available: Print – 2013
  • BIUM
    editionem curavit Carolus Gottlob Kühn ... ; [cum indice cura F.G. Assmanni].
  • 2013 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Avroy A. Fanaroff, Jonathan M. Fanaroff.
    This neonatology reference thoroughly covers the new guidelines, equipment, drugs, and treatments that have greatly increased the chance of survival for high-risk infants. Expert contributors deliver the information you need to stay on top of the technological and medical advances in this challenging field. New to this edition: Get fast access to need-to-know information on drugs used in the NICU, normal values, and much more in the fully updated appendices. Keep your knowledge up to date with expanded coverage of evidence-based medicine and the role of networks in generating evidence. Stay current with all aspects of neonatal care, including resuscitation, transport, nutrition, respiratory problems and assisted ventilation, and organ-specific care.
  • 2008 ClinicalKey
    Daniel H. Kim, Rajiv Midha, Judith A. Murovic, Robert J. Spinner.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • v. 2, 1955-59.
    Sukhareva, G. E.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • v. 1, pt. 1, 1923.
    von Prof. Dr. Norbert Ortner, Vorstand der II. med. Klinik der Universität Wien, Hofrat.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    1. Bd., 1. T. Bauchschmerzen. 2. T. Körperschmerzen.
  • 2006 Springer
    editors, Giles R. Scuderi, Alfred J. Tria, Jr.
  • 2009
    editors, Paul A. Lotke, Jess H. Lonner ; illustrator, Caspar Henselmann.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2009 Springer
    Brian P. McKeon, James V. Bono, John C. Richmond, editors ; foreword by James P. Tasto.
    Knee arthroscopy : technique and normal anatomy / Anthony Schena and Glen Ross -- Partial meniscectomy / Laurie M. Katz and Paul P. Weitzel -- Meniscus repair and future directions / Michael J. Angel, Jordan Kerker, and Nicholas Sgaglione -- Meniscal allograft transplantation / David M. Junkin, Jr., Jayesh K. Patel, and Darren L. Johnson -- Arthroscopic treatment of the osteoarthritic knee / Carl T. Talmo and James V. Bono -- Current concepts in articular cartilage / Brian P. McKeon -- Patellofemoral disorders / Jeffrey T. Spang and John P. Fulkerson -- Surgical management of anterior cruciate ligament injuries / Mark E. Steiner -- Posterior cruciate ligament and posterolateral corner reconstruction / Gregory C. Fanelli ... [et al.] -- Arthrofibrosis and synovial lesions of the knee / John C. Richmond and Iván Encalada-Diaz -- Arthroscopic treatment of knee fractures / S.L. Mortimer and Robert Hunter.
  • 2012 Springer
    Michel Bonnin, Annunziato Amendola, Johan Bellemans, Steven MacDonald, Jacques Ménétrey.
    Pushed by the progress of biology, technology and biomechanics, knee surgery has dramatically evolved in the last decades. This book is a "state of the art" concerning all aspects of knee surgery from ligament reconstruction to Total Knee Arthroplasty. An international panel of renowned authors have worked on this didactic fully illustrated book. It will help young surgeons to understand basic sciences and modern sugical techniques. The experienced surgeon will find help to deal with difficult cases and clarifications in recent technologic advances such as cartilage surgery, navigation and mini invasive surgery.
  • 2014 Springer
    Wooshin Cho.
    This book presents up-to-date knowledge on all aspects of total knee joint arthroplasty (TKA). It opens by considering indications for TKA and implant selection, covering basic science, design, and prosthetic materials. The basic and advanced operative procedures, along with theoretical background, are then described in detail for both primary and revision surgery. The operative techniques for TKA in specific and complex conditions are included. Complications of TKA and their treatment are also discussed, and clear guidance is provided on postoperative management and patient education. The author introduces his personal surgical tips and opinions on controversial issues based on his experience of TKA in some 6,000 cases. Numerous helpful illustrations and radiographs from the author's caseload are presented to assist readers in carrying out the described procedures.
  • 2014 Springer
    Roberto Rossi, Fabrizio Margheritini, editors.
    Knee ligament injuries are very common and are frequently sports related, although they may arise from trauma experienced during everyday activities. This book provides in-depth descriptions of the extra articular surgical techniques that may be employed when performing ligament reconstruction in patients with injuries involving the posterolateral and posteromedial corners of the knee. It is intended as a practical, how to manual that will be of value for both the trainee and the more experienced surgeon. Many of the techniques relate to the central pivot of the knee, i.e. the anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments. For each technique, indications, presurgical planning, postsurgical follow-up and complications are discussed in addition to the surgical details. Numerous tips and pearls are provided and the techniques are clearly depicted in informative high-quality illustrations.
  • 2013 Springer
    Fabio Catani, Stefano Zaffagnini, editors.
    This book discusses the full range of current applications of computer-assisted surgery and robotics in the field of knee surgery, and also considers potential future applications. The impact of computer-assisted surgery on a wide range of surgical procedures is clearly explained. Procedures considered include total knee arthroplasty, unicompartmental knee arthroplasty, cruciate ligament reconstruction, patellofemoral arthroplasty, and revision surgery. In each case, technical aspects are thoroughly addressed in a readily understandable manner. Knee Surgery Using Computer-Assisted Surgery and Robotics will be an ideal guide to this exciting field for both novice and more experienced surgeons who treat knee injuries and disorders.
  • 2006 ScienceDirect
    editor-in-chief, Jimmy D. Neill.
    v. 1. Gametes, fertilization and embryogenesis -- Female reproductive system -- Male reproductive system -- Pituitary and hypothalamus -- v. 2. Reproductive behavior and its control -- Reproductive processes and their control -- Pregnancy -- Lactation.
  • 2015 ebrary, Limited to 1 simultaneous users
    Martin Yate, CPC.
  • 2013
    Katy Butler.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    "An exquisitely written, expertly reported memoir and expose; of modern medicine that leads the way to more humane, less invasive end-of-life care based on the author's acclaimed New York Times Magazine piece. This is the story of one daughter's struggle to allow her parents the peaceful, natural deaths they wanted and to investigate the larger forces in medicine that stood in the way. When doctors refused to disable the pacemaker that caused her eighty-four-year-old father's heart to outlive his brain, Katy Butler, an award-winning science writer, embarked on a quest to understand why modern medicine was depriving him of a humane, timely death. After his lingering death, Katy's mother, nearly broken by years of nonstop caregiving, defied her doctors, refused open-heart surgery, and insisted on facing death the old-fashioned way: bravely, lucidly, and head on. Against this backdrop of familial love, wrenching moral choices, and redemption, Knocking on Heaven's Door celebrates the inventors of the 1950s who cobbled together lifesaving machines like the pacemaker and it exposes the tangled marriage of technology, medicine, and commerce that gave us a modern way of death: more painful, expensive, and prolonged than ever before. Caring for declining parents is a reality facing millions who may someday tell a doctor: "Let my parent go." A riveting exploration of the forgotten art of dying, Knocking on Heaven's Door empowers readers to create new rites of passage to the "Good Deaths" our ancestors so prized. Like Jessica Mitford's The American Way of Death and How We Die by Sherwin Nuland, it is sure to cause controversy and open minds"-- Provided by publisher.
  • 2011 Springer
    Maria Z. Siemionow (Editor).
    Preclinical aspects of face transplantation -- Clinical aspects in preparation for face transplantation -- Monitoring aspects of face transplantation -- Approval process of face transplantation -- Societal, financial, and public relations issues in face transplantation -- World experience with face tranplantation -- Future directions in face transplantation -- Current status of face transplantation.
  • 2008 Springer
    Myint Swe Khine, editor.
  • 2003 Wiley
    Flávio Soares Corrêa da Silva, Jaume Agustí-Cullell.
    ch. 1. Introduction -- ch. 2. Knowledge -- ch. 3. Agents -- ch. 4. Ontologies -- ch. 5. Capabilities.
  • 2005 CRCnetBASE
    Igor Jurisica, Dennis Wigle.
  • 2013
    Owen Whooley.
    Introduction : of cholera, quacks, and competing medical visions -- Choleric confusion -- The formation of the AMA, the creation of quacks -- The intellectual politics of filth -- Cholera becomes a microbe -- Capturing cholera, and epistemic authority, in the laboratory -- Conclusion : Medicine after the time of cholera.
  • 2008 Springer
    David Rian̋o (ed.).
    Health care knowledge management: Healthcare Knowledge nmanagement : the art of the possible / Syed Sibte Raza Abidi -- Health care knowledge elicitation -- Health care knowledge transformation -- Health care knowledge-based intelligent systems.
  • 2008 Springer
    edited by Mark Ackerman, Rose Dieng-Kuntz, Carla Simone, Volker Wulf.
  • 2010 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Jay Liebowitz, Richard A. Schieber, Joanne D. Andreadis.
    The quick basics of knowledge management / Jay Liebowitz -- Knowledge management and public health : a winning combination / Jay Liebowitz, Richard A. Schieber, and Joanne D. Andreadis -- Extending cross-generational knowledge flow research in edge organizations / Jay Liebowitz and Emil Ivanov -- Knowledge retention trends and strategies for knowledge workers and organizations / Masud Cader and Jay Liebowitz -- Examples of knowledge management in public health / Angela M. Fix, Sterling Elliott, and Irene Stephens -- Building knowledge management in an international health NGO / Richard Iams and Patricia Ringers -- Trying to revive an anemic system : a case study from USAID's Nutrition Division / Laura Birx -- Formulating KM strategies at the local level : a new approach to knowledge sharing in large public health organizations / Richard Van West-Charles and Arthur J. Murray -- Knowledge management : a mechanism for promoting evidence-informed public health decision making / Maureen Dobbins ... [et al.] -- myPublicHealth : utilizing knowledge management to improve public health practice and decision making / Debra Revere ... [et al.] -- Connections : sharing experience to advance public health practice / Ellen Wild and Debra Bara -- The association of public health laboratories : from surveys toward knowledge management, a voyage to Cythera / Robert Rej and Neha Desai.
  • 2001 CRCnetBASE
    Jay Liebowitz.
  • 2009 Wiley
    edited by Sharon E. Straus, Jacqueline Tetroe, Ian D. Graham.
    Chapter 1. Introduction / Sharon E. Straus, Jacqueline Tetroe and Ian D. Graham, p. 1-9 -- Chapter 2. Knowledge Creation / Sharon E. Straus, Jennifer Tetzlaff, Andrea C. Tricco, David Moher, Melissa C. Brouwers, Dawn Stacey, Annette M. O'Connor, K. Ann McKibbon and Cynthia Lokker, p. 11-55 -- Chapter 3. The Knowledge-to-Action Cycle / Sharon E. Straus, Alison Kitson, Margaret B. Harrison, Ian D. Graham, Béatrice Fervers, France Légaré, Barbara Davies, Nancy Edwards and Sumit R. Majumdar, p. 57-181 -- Chapter 4. Theories and Models of Knowledge to Action / Ian D. Graham, Jacqueline Tetroe, Alison Hutchinson, Carole A. Estabrooks, Jean-Louis Denis, Pascale Lehoux and Anne Sales, p. 183-232 -- Chapter 5. Knowledge Exchange / Michelle Gagnon, p. 233-245 -- Chapter 6. Evaluation of Knowledge to Action / Onil Bhattacharyya, Merrick Zwarenstein, Deborah J. Kenny, Evelyn Cornelissen and Craig Mitton, p. 247-266.
  • 2013 Wiley
    edited by Sharon E. Straus, Jacqueline Tetroe, Ian D. Graham.
  • 2005 Springer
    Klaus Eichmann.
  • 2006
    Washington C. Winn, Jr. ... [et al.].
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Introduction to microbiology: part I : the role of the microbiology laboratory in the diagnosis of infectious diseases : guidelines to practice and management -- Introduction to microbiology: part II : guidelins for the collection, transport, processing, analysis, and reporting of cultures from specific specimen sources -- Laboratory diagnosis by immunologic methods -- Molecular microbiology -- Medical bacteriology: taxonomy, morphology, physiology, and virulence -- The enterobacteriaceae -- The nonfermentative gram-negative bacilli -- Curved gram-negative bacilli and oxidase-positive fermenters: campylobacteraceae and vibrionaceae -- Miscellaneous fastidious gram-negative bacilli -- Legionella -- Neisseria species and moraxella catarrhalis -- Gram-positive cocci: part I : staphylococci and related gram-positive cocci -- Gram-positive cocci: part II : streptococci, enterococci, and the "streptococcus-like" bacteria -- Aerobic and facultative gram-positive bacilli -- Aerobic actinomycetes -- The anaerobic bacteria -- Antimicrobial susceptibility testing -- Mycoplasmas and ureaplasmas -- Mycobacteria -- Spirochetal infections -- Mycology -- Parasitology -- Diagnosis of infections caused by viruses, chlamydia, rickettsia, and related organisms.
  • 2012
    Andrzej Szczeklik ; translated by Antonia Lloyd-Jones ; introduction by Adam Zagajewski ; afterword by John Martin.
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    "... Szczeklik writes with the grace of a poet and the ease of a fine storyteller. Anecdotes drawn from a personal immersion in art, music, and literature are woven with reports on experimental medicine and daily clinical experience. From DNA and the re-creation of the Spanish Flu virus, to contemporary research in genetics, cancer, neurology, and the AIDS virus, from "Symptoms and Shadows," to "Dying and Death," to "Enchantment of Love," every chapter of this book is alive and engaging. The result is a life-affirming work of science, philosophy, art, and spirituality"--Excerpted from notes supplied by publisher.
  • v. 1-2, 2006.
    editor, Leopold G. Koss; coeditor, Myron R. Melamed.
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    Diagnostic cytology: its origins and principles -- The basic structure of the mammalian cell -- How cells function: fundamental concepts of molecular biology -- Principles of cytogenetics -- Recognizing and classifying cells -- Morphologic response of cells to injury -- Fundamental concepts of neoplasia: benign tumors and cancer -- The normal female genital tract -- Cytologic evaluation of menstrual disorders and hormonal abnormalities -- Benign disorders of the uterine cervix and vagina -- Squamous carcinoma of the uterine cervix and its precursors -- Adenocarcinoma and related tumors of the uterine cervix -- Proliferative disorders and carcinoma of the endometrium -- Diseases of the vagina, vulva, perineum, and anus -- Tumors of the ovary and fallopian tube -- Pertioneal washings or lavage in cancers of the female genital tract -- Rare and unusual disorders of the female genital tract -- Effects of therapeutic procedures on the epithelia of the female genital tract -- The lower respiratory tract in the absence of cancer: conventional and aspiration cytology -- Tumors of the lung: conventional cytology and aspiration biopsy -- Epithelial lesions of the oral cavity, larynx, trachea, nasopharynx, and paranasal sinuses -- The lower urinary tract in the absence of cancer -- Tumors of the urinary tract in urine and brushings -- The gastrointestinal tract -- Effusions in the absence of cancer -- Effusions in the presence of cancer -- Cerebrospinal and miscellaneous fluids -- Techniques of fine-needle aspiration, smear preparation, and principles of interpretation -- The breast -- The thyroid, parathyroid, and neck masses other than lymph nodes -- Lymph nodes -- Salivary glands -- The prostate and the testis -- The skin -- Soft tissue lesions -- Bone tumors -- The mediastinum -- The liver and spleen -- The pancreas -- The kidneys, adrenals, and retroperitoneum -- The eyelids, orbit, and eye -- The central nervous system -- Circulating cancer cells -- Laboratory techniques -- Immunochemistry and molecular biology in cytological diagnosis -- Digital analysis of cells and tissues -- Flow cytometry.
  • 2012 Springer
    Leopold G Koss, Rana S. Hoda.
    Indication, Collection, and Laboratory Processing of Cytologic Samples -- The Cellular and Acellular Components of the Urinary Sediment -- The Cytologic Makeup of the Urinary Sediment According to the Collection Technique -- Cytologic Manifestations of Benign Disorders Affecting Cells of the Lower Urinary Tract -- Tumors and Related Conditions of the Bladder and Lower Urinary Tract -- Urine-Based Assays Complementing Cytologic Examination in the Detection of Urothelial Neoplasm.
  • v. 1, 1957.
    V.S. Maĭkova-Stroganova i D.G. Rokhlin.
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    Zellweger, Hans.
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    Bircher-Benner, Max Oskar.
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    [edited by] L. Kathleen Mahan, Sylvia Escott-Stump.
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  • 2015 ClinicalKey
    Meir H. Kryger, Russell Rosenberg, Douglas Kirsch, Lawrence Martin.
  • 2014 Springer
    Birgit Kumbrink.
    K-taping in theory - the special elastic tape's properties, basic principles and effects -- fundamentals of k-tape application -- contraindications. K-taping in practice -- the four major application techniques (muscle, ligament, correction, lymph applications), each described in detail and illustrated with a clinical case -- 70 particularly common medical conditions, and their treatment using k-tape applications -- each technique illustrated in up to six full-color photos and anatomical drawings -- concise step-by-step instruction, covering the specifics of each medical condition, plus additional practical tips -- memo boxes, summarizing the main points to remember.
  • 2007
    Thomas J. Kindt, Richard A. Goldsby, Barbara A. Osborne.
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  • 2010 AccessSurgery
    editor, Henry M. Kuerer.
    "Written by an internationally recognized multidisciplinary team of authors, Kuerer's Breast Surgical Oncology is the first text specifically dedicated to breast surgical oncology. ... Kuerer's examines all clinically relevant knowledge in the field, from the pathology of the breast and clinical management, to follow-up and complications following diagnosis and therapy. The book also focuses on the next wave of molecular studies that represent the future of the discipline."--BOOK JACKET.
  • 2012 ClinicalKey
    edited by Parveen Kumar, Michael Clark.
    New to this edition: New chapter on palliative medicine. Five times the number of margin clinical photos. New echocardiography images. Double the number of dermatological images; including all the major lesion morphologies covered in a single page. 16 new authors. New sections on protein synthesis, energy production and stem cells. New members of the International Advisory Board from India, South Africa, Poland and the Middle East. 7 new chapters from the International Advisory Board. Animated practical procedures, including lumbar puncture, central venous and bladder catheterization, arterial cannulation etc.
  • 2013 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Parveen Kumar and Michael Clark.
    1. Infectious Diseases -- 2. Sexually Transmitted Infections -- 3. Nutrition -- 4. Gastroenterology -- 5. Liver and Bilary Tract Disorders -- 6. Haematology and Oncology -- 7. Care of the Elderly -- 8. Rheumatology -- 9. Kidney and Urinary Tract Disease -- 10. Cardiology -- 11. Respiratory Disorders -- 12. ITU -- 13. Poisoning -- 14. Endocrinology and Diabetes -- 15. Neurology -- 16. Psychiatry -- 17. Dermatology.
  • 2006 Springer
    Alois Kogler.
  • Google Books
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    Also available: Print – v. 1, 1914.
  • v. 2-3. Google Books
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    hrsg. von W. Liepmann.
    Bd. 2. Pathologische Anatomie und Histologie der weiblichen Genitalorgane in kurgefasster Darstellung. v, 302 p. 34 pl. / O. Frankl -- Bd. 3. Normale und pathologische Sexualphysiologie des Weibes / L. Fraenkel. T. Physiologie und Pathologie der Geburt. vii, [1], 827 p. 19 pl. / R.T. Jaschke.
    Also available: Print – v. 2-3., 1914-
  • v. 1, 1925.
    Frühwald, Richard.
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    1. T. Hautkrankheiten.
  • Bioinformatics Center, Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University.
    The KEGG database is designed to facilitate understanding of higher-order protein and cellular functions (e.g., metabolic networks) using genomic and molecular information.
  • 2010
    Joyce LeFever Kee.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2009 ScienceDirect
    Paul Flecknell.
    Preparing for anaesthesia -- Anaesthesia -- Anaesthetic management -- Special techniques -- Analgesia and post-operative care -- Anaesthesia of common laboratory species : special considerations.
  • 2015 ScienceDirect
    edited by James G. Fox, editor-in-chief, Lynn C. Anderson, Glen M. Otto, Kathleen R. Pritchett-Corning, Mark T. Whary.
  • 2014 ScienceDirect
    edited by Kathryn Bayne, Patricia V. Turner.
    Laboratory Animal Welfare provides a comprehensive, up-to-date look into the new science of animal welfare within laboratory research. Animals specifically considered include rodents, cats and dogs, nonhuman primates, agricultural animals, avian animals and aquatic animals. The book examines the impact of experiment design and environment on animal welfare, as well as emergency situations and euthanasia practices. Readers will benefit from a review of regulations and policy guidelines concerning lab animal use, as well as information on assessing animal welfare. With discussions of the history and ethics of animals in research, and a debate on contemporary and international issues, this book is a go-to resource for laboratory animal welfare.
  • 2014 ScienceDirect
    Javier Guillén.
    1. Same principles, some differences / Javier Guillen and Patri Vergara -- 2. Oversight of research animal welfare in the United States / John F. Bradfield, B. Taylor Bennett, and Cynthia S. Gillett -- 3. Canada's oversight of animal use in science / Gilly Griffin and Michael Baar -- 4. Laboratory animal science legislation in Latin America / Ekaterina Akimovna Botovchenco Rivera [and three others] -- 5. The European framework on research animal welfare regulations and guidelines / Javier Guillen [and three others] -- 6. Israeli legislation and regulation on the use of animals in biological and medical research / Rony Kalman [and three others] -- 7. Animal experimentation in Africa : legislation and guidelines / Amanda R. Hau [and five others] -- 8. Laws, regulations, and guidelines shaping research animal care and use in India / Syed SYH Qadri and Christian E. Newcomer -- 9. Oversight of animal research in China / Kathryn Bayne and Jianfei Wang -- 10. Laws, regulations, guidelines, and principles pertaining to laboratory animals in Far East Asia / Tsutomu Miki-Kurosawa, Jae Hak Park, and Chou-Chu Hong -- 11. Laws, regulations, guidelines, and principles pertaining to laboratory animals in Southeast Asia / Montip Gettayacamin [and eight others] -- 12. Laboratory animals regulations and recommendations for global collaborative research : Australia and New Zealand / John Schofield [and three others].
  • 2007 CRCnetBASE
    Reynolds M. Salerno, Jennifer Gaudioso.
  • 2001 ScienceDirect
    John Dempster.
  • 2010 Thieme eNeurosurgery
    [edited by] Brigitte Wildemann, Patrick Oschmann, Hansotto Reiber ; with contributions by J. Brettschneider [and others].
    "Up-to-date, comprehensive, and beautifully illustrated, Laboratory Diagnosis in Neurology presents all the measuring parameters and methods relevant to the analysis of cerebrospinal fluid, serum, and tissues affected by neurologic disease and syndromes. Following an introduction to basic concepts, the book guides clinicians through the methods of CSF analysis, neurochemical examinations, clinical applications of neuroimmunology, microbiology and virology, neurogenetic tests, and evaluation of biopsies. Readers will learn about the equipment and various procedures, and how to effectively differentiate similar methods. In the final section of the book, the authors provide a systematic introduction to the pathophysiology and laboratory findings for specific clinical disorders, indications for particular test methods, and criteria for diagnostic interpretation"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2012 CRCnetBASE
    C. Andrew Matchett ... [et al.].
    "This book deals with the care and humane treatment of the laboratory ferret. Renowned for its inquisitive nature, the ferret is helping advance the current state of medical knowledge because its biological characteristics have allowed it to emerge as an important laboratory animal model for the study of human viral respiratory diseases such as influenza"--Provided by publisher.
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  • 2008 Springer
    edited by Nenad Blau, Marinus Duran and K. Michael Gibson.
  • 2015 Springer
    Sterling T. Bennett, Christopher M. Lehman, George M. Rodgers, editors ; with contributions by Kristi J. Smock and Robert C. Blaylock.
  • 2007 Springer
    Sterling T. Bennett, Christopher M. Lehman, George M. Rodgers, editors ; with contributions by Catherine Thompson and Robert C. Blaylock.
  • 2002 CRCnetBASE
    Christine Paszko, Elizabeth Turner.
    1. Historical Perspective -- 2. LIMS Fundamentals: Overview of Laboratory Information System Development and Project Planning -- 3. Data Management and Basic LIMS: Functional Requirements and Features -- 4. Data Management and Advanced LIMS: Functional Requirements and Features -- 5. Life Cycle of LIMS Software Development -- 6. Regulatory Requirements -- 7. Hardware and Operating System Requirements -- 8. Obtaining Laboratory Personnel Input -- 9. Critical Elements in Preparing a Request for Proposal -- 10. LIMS Evaluations -- 11. Enhancing Data Quality with LIMS -- 12. LIMS Validation -- Appendix A: Sample Request for Proposal -- Appendix B: Sample Scripted Demonstration -- Index.
  • v. 1-5, 1973.
    editor, George J. Race.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    v. 1. Clinical chemistry -- v. 2. Hematology and blood banking. Medical microbiology, serology, and immunology -- v. 3. Special techniques -- v. 4. Body fluids, including urine. Cytology and cytogenetics. Laboratory management and function -- v. [5] Index.
  • 2012 ScienceDirect
    [edited by] P. Michael Conn.
    Cell biology spans among the widest diversity of methods in the biological sciences. From physical chemistry to microscopy, cells have given up with secrets only when the questions are asked in the right way! This new volume of Methods in Cell Biology covers laboratory methods in cell biology, and includes methods that are among the most important and elucidating in the discipline, such as transfection, cell enrichment and magnetic batch separation. Covers the most important laboratory methods in cell biology Chapters written by experts in their fields.
  • 2013 ScienceDirect
    [edited by] P. Michael Conn.
    Structural dynamics of nucleic acids by single-molecule FRET / Asger Christian Krüger, Lasse Lava Hildebrandt, Sofie Louise Kragh, Victoria Birkedal -- Visualizing the location and the dynamics of gene expression in living animals through bioluminescence imaging / Xiaojuan Chen -- Quality control protocol for confocal system / Anda Cornea -- Electron microscopy of bone / V. Everts, K.A. Hoeben -- Immunostaining : detection of signaling protein location in tissues, cells and subcellular compartments / Biswanath Maity, David Sheff, Rory A. Fisher -- Bimolecular fluorescence complementation (BiFC) analysis of protein-protein interaction : how to calculate signal-to-noise ratio / Yutaka Kodama, Chang-Deng Hu -- Immunohistochemical detection of neuropeptides/transmitters in mammalian brain / Lothar Jennes -- Intravital imaging of autoreactive T. cells in living animals / Naoto Kawakami, Ingo Bartholomäus, Marija Pesic, Nikolaos I. Kyratsous -- Genetically encoded click chemistry for single-molecule FRET of proteins / Swati Tyagi, Edward A. Lemke -- High-throughput methods for the detection of protein overexpression using fluorescence markers / Mads Gabrielsen, Andrew J. Roe, Karen McLuskey -- Correlative microscopy / Alexander A. Mironov, Galina V. Beznoussenko -- Stereology of the lung / Jan Philipp Schneider, Matthias Ochs -- Quantitative 3D cell-based assay performed with cellular spheroids and fluorescence microscopy / Nariman Ansari, Stefanie Müller, Ernst H.K. Stelzer, Francesco Pampaloni -- Optimizing fluorescence excitation and detection for intravital two-photon microscopy / Dan Suan, Henry R. Hampton, Michio Tomura, Osami Kanagawa, Tatyana Chtanova, Tri Giang Phan -- Two-dimensional crystallization by dialysis for structural studies of membrane proteins by the cryo-EM method electron crystallography / Matthew C. Johnson, Ingeborg Schmidt-Krey -- In situ hybridization / Chung-Jui Tsai, Scott A. Harding -- RNA imaging : tracking in real-time RNA transport in neurons using molecular beacons and confocal microscopy / Angélica Zepeda, Clorinda Arias, Fabian Flores-Jasso, Luis Vaca.
  • 2013 ScienceDirect
    edited by Jon Lorsch.
    Section I. Cell protocols : basic microbiological techniques. Pouring agar plates and streaking or spreading to isolate individual colonies / Elizabeth Eyler ; Storage of bacteria and yeast / Cheryl M. Koh -- Section II. Cell protocols : cellular fractionation. Cellular fractionation : mammalian cells / Joerg von Hagen and Uwe Michelsen ; Cellular fractionation : yeast cells / Joerg von Hagen and Uwe Michelsen -- Section III. Cell protocols : Knock-outs and gene replacements. Yeast-gene replacement using PCR products / Megan Bergkessel, Christine Guthrie, and John Abelson ; Measuring RNAi knockdown using qPCR / Stuart Milstein, Michael Nguyen, Rachel Meyers, and Antonin de Fougerolles ; Recombineering : using drug cassettes to knock out genes in vivo / James A. Sawitzke, Lynn C. Thomason, Mikhail Bubunenko, Xintian Li, Nina Costantino, and Donald L. Court ; Gene knockouts, in vivo site-directed mutagenesis and other modifications using the delitto perfetto system in Saccharomyces cerevisiae / Samantha Stuckey and Francesca Storici ; Gene targeting and site-specific recombination in mouse ES cells / Konstantinos Anastassiadis, Frank Schnütgen, Harald von Melchner, and A. Francis Stewart ; Recombineering : highly efficient in vivo genetic engineering using single-strand oligos / James A. Sawitzke, Lynn C. Thomason, Mikhail Bubunenko, Xintian Li, Nina Costantino, and Donald L. Court -- Section IV. Cell protocols : microbiological media. Growth media for E. coli / Juliane C. Lessard ; Saccharomyces cerevisiae growth media / Jessica S. Dymond --Section V. Cell protocols : preparation of slides for microscopy. Immunohistochemistry on freely floating fixed tissue sections / Julia Bachman ; Preparation of slides for microscopy from frozen tissue sections / Julia Bachman ; Preparation of formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded tissue for immunohistochemistry / Kirstie Canene-Adams ; Preparation of cells for microscopy using cytospin / Cheryl M. Koh ; Preparation of cells for microscopy using chamber slides and coverslips / Cheryl M. Koh ; Preparation of cells for microscopy using 'cell blocks' / Cheryl M. Koh -- Section VI. Lipid and carbohydrate protocols. Enzymatic deglycosylation of glycoproteins / Min-Sung Kim and Dan Leahy -- Section VII. Lipid and carbohydrate protocol : making vesicles and micelles. Preparation of fatty acid or phospholipid vesicles by thin-film rehydration / Ting F. Zhu, Itay Budin, and Jack W. Szostak ; Vesicle extrusion through polycarbonate track-etched membranes using a hand-held mini-extruder / Ting F. Zhu, Itay Budin, and Jack W. Szostak ; Preparation of fatty acid micelles / Ting F. Zhu, Itay Budin, and Jack W. Szostak -- Section VIII. Other protocols. Reverse-phase HPLC analysis and purification of small molecules / Kirstie Canene-Adams ; Thin layer chromatography / Marina Santiago and Scott Strobel ; ATP and GTP hydrolysis assays (TLC) / Vaishnavi Rajagopal and Jon R. Lorsch.
  • 2013 ScienceDirect
    edited by Jon Lorsch.
    Explanatory chapter: PCR primer design / Rubén Álvarez-Fernández -- How plasmid preparation kits work / Laura Koontz -- Introducing exogenous DNA into cells / Laura Koontz -- Agarose gel electrophoresis / Laura Koontz -- Analysis of DNA by southern blotting / Gary Glenn and Lefkothea-Vasiliki Andreou -- Purification of DNA oligos by denaturing polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (PAGE) / Sara Lopez-Gomollon and Francisco Esteban Nicolas -- Molecular cloning / Juliane C. Lessard -- Rapid creation of stable mammalian cell lines for regulated expression of proteins using the Gateway® recombination cloning technology and Flp-In T-REx® lines / Jessica Spitzer, Markus Landthaler, and Thomas Tuschl -- Restrictionless cloning / Mikkel A. Algire -- Isolation of plasmid DNA from bacteria / Lefkothea-Vasiliki Andreou -- Preparation of genomic DNA from bacteria / Lefkothea-Vasiliki Andreou -- Preparation of genomic DNA from Saccharomyces cerevisiae / Jessica S. Dymond -- Isolation of genomic DNA from mammalian cells / Cheryl M. Koh -- Sanger dideoxy sequencing of DNA / Sarah E. Walker and Jon Lorsch -- Preparation of fragment libraries for next-generation sequencing on the applied biosystems SOLiD platform / Srinivasan Yegnasubramanian -- Next generation sequencing / Srinivasan Yegnasubramanian -- Generating mammalian stable cell lines by electroporation / Patti A. Longo, Jennifer M. Kavran, Min-Sung Kim, and Daniel J. Leahy -- Transient mammalian cell transfection with polyethylenimine (PEI) / Patti A. Longo, Jennifer M. Kavran, Min-Sung Kim, and Daniel J. Leahy -- Site-directed mutagenesis / Julia Bachman -- PCR-based random mutagenesis / Jessica S. Dymond -- Megaprimer method for mutagenesis of DNA / Craig W. Vander Kooi -- Troubleshooting PCR / Kirstie Canene-Adams -- Quantitative PCR / Jessica S. Dymond -- General PCR / Kirstie Canene-Adams -- Colony PCR / Megan Bergkessel and Christine Guthrie -- Chemical transformation of yeast / Megan Bergkessel and Christine Guthrie -- Transformation of E. coli via electroporation / Juliane C. Lessard -- Transformation of chemically competent E. coli / Rachel Green and Elizabeth J. Rogers.
  • pt. A-D, 2014-15. ScienceDirect
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    pt. D ScienceDirect
    edited by Jon Lorsch.
  • 2013 ScienceDirect
    edited by Jon Lorsch.
    Computational prediction of RNA secondary structure -- Reverse-transcription PCR (RT-PCR) -- Northern blotting -- Explanatory chapter: nuclease protection assays -- In vitro transcription from plasmid or PCR-amplified DNA -- Measurement of in vivo synthesis rates -- Method for measuring mRNA decay rate in saccharomyces cerevisiae -- Analysis of polysomes from bacteria -- Polysome profile analysis - yeast -- Polysome analysis of mammalian cells -- Polysome analysis for determining mRNA and ribosome association in saccharomyces cerevisiae -- Oligo(dT)-primed RT-PCR isolation of polyadenylated RNA degradation intermediates -- Circularized RT-PCR (cRT-PCR): analysis of the 5' ends, 3' ends, and poly(A) tails of RNA -- RNA radiolabeling -- Fluorescently labeling synthetic RNAs -- Analysis of RNA by analytical polyacrylamide gel -- RNA purification by preparative polyacrylamide gel -- Explanatory chapter: nucleic acid concentration determination -- RNA purification-precipitation methods -- Reverse transcriptase dideoxy sequencing of RNA -- RNA structure experimental analysis-chemical modification -- Structural analysis of RNA backbone using in-line probing.
  • 2001 CRCnetBASE
    Mark A. Suckow, Peggy Danneman, Cory Brayton.
  • 2012 ScienceDirect
    edited by Hans J. Hedrich.
  • 2002 CRCnetBASE
    Jeffey D. Fortmann, Terry A. Hewett, and B. Taylor Bennett.
  • 2005 ScienceDirect
    edited by Sonia Wolfe-Coote.
  • 2014 CRCnetBASE
    Prakash Singh Bisen, Emeritus Scientist, Defense Research Development Establishment, Defense Research Development Organization, Ministry of Defense, Government of India, Gwalior, India .
    Microscopy -- Microtome -- pH and Buffers -- Spectrophotometer -- Centrifugation -- Radiation Biology -- Chromatography -- Separation Technology -- Histochemical Techniques -- Cytogenetics -- Biomolecules -- Enzymology -- Membranes -- Photosynthesis and Respiration -- Microbiology -- Soil Biology -- Virology -- Immunochemical Methods -- Genetic Engineering -- Molecular Biology -- Biosensors -- Enzyme Immobilization -- Plant Tissue Culture -- Animal Cell Science and Technology -- Bioprocess Engineering -- Environmental Biology -- Bioinformatics
  • 2013 Springer
    Vijai Kumar Gupta, Maria G. Tuohy, editors ; Manimaran Ayyachamy, Kevin M. Turner, Anthonia O'Donovan, associate editors.
    Laboratory Protocols in Fungal Biology presents the latest techniques in fungal biology. This book analyzes information derived through real experiments, and focuses on cutting edge techniques in the field. The book comprises 57 chapters contributed from internationally recognised scientists and researchers. Experts in the field have provided up-to-date protocols covering a range of frequently used methods in fungal biology. Almost all important methods available in the area of fungal biology viz. taxonomic keys in fungi; histopathological and microscopy techniques; proteomics methods; genomics methods; industrial applications and related techniques; and bioinformatics tools in fungi are covered and complied in one book. Chapters include introductions to their respective topics, list of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and notes on troubleshooting. Each chapter is self-contained and written in a style that enables the reader to progress from elementary concepts to advanced research techniques. Laboratory Protocols in Fungal Biology is a valuable tool for both beginner research workers and experienced professionals.
  • 2012 ScienceDirect
    edited by Mark A. Suckow, Karla A. Stevens, Ronald P. Wilson.
    The Laboratory Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Hamster, and Other Rodents is a single volume, comprehensive book sanctioned by the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine (ACLAM), covering the rabbit, guinea pig, hamster, gerbil and other rodents often used in research. This well illustrated reference includes basic biology, anatomy, physiology, behavior, infectious and noninfectious diseases, husbandry and breeding, common experimental methods, and use of the species as a research model. With many expert contributors, this will be an extremely valuable publication for biomedical researchers, laboratory animal veternarians and other professionals engaged in laboratory animal science. A new gold standard publication from the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine series One stop resource for advancements in the humane and responsible care of: rabbit, guinea pig, hamster, gerbil, chinchilla, deer mouse, kangaroo rat, cotton rat, sand rat, and degu Includes up-to-date, common experimental methods Organized by species for easy access during bench research.
  • 2013 CRCnetBASE
    Patrick Sharp and Jason Villano.
    Important biological features -- Husbandry -- Management -- Veterinary care -- Experimental methodology.
  • 2006 ScienceDirect
    edited by Mark A. Suckow, Steven H. Weisbroth, Craig L. Franklin.
    Historical foundations / J. Russell Lindsey and Henry J. Baker -- Ethical and legal perspectives / Beverly J. Gnadt -- Taxonomy and stocks and strains / Hans J. Hedrich -- Morphophysiology / John Hofstetter, Mark A. Suckow, and Debra L. Hickman -- Clinical pathology of the rat / Bruce D. Car ... [et al.] -- Reproduction and breeding / Jeffrey J. Lohmiller and Sonya P. Swing -- Assisted reproductive technologies and genetic modifications in rats / Yuksel Agca and John K. Critser -- Analysis of behavior in laboratory rats / Ian Q. Whishaw ... [et al.] -- Nutrition / Sherry M. Lewis ... [et al.] -- Housing and environment / Robert E. Faith and Jack R. Hessler -- Bacterial, mycoplasmal and mycotic infections / Steven H. Weisbroth, Dannis F. Kohn, and Ron Boot -- Viral disease / Robert O. Jacoby and Diane J. Gaertner -- Parasitic diseases / David G. Baker -- Neoplastic disease / Gary A. Boorman and Jeffrey I. Everitt -- Metabolic, traumatic, and miscellaneous diseases / William W. King and Steven P. Russell -- Medical management and diagnostic approaches / Glen Otto and Craig L. Franklin -- Occupational health and safety / Sanford H. Feldman and David N. Easton -- Experimental modeling and research methodology / Michael A. Koch -- Anesthesia and analgesia / George A. Vogler -- Euthanasia and necropsy / Jeffrey I. Everitt and Elizabeth A. Gross -- Integrating biology with rat genomic tools / Carol Moreno-Quinn and Howard J. Jacob -- Gnotobiotics / Philip b. Carter and Henry L. Foster -- Spontaneous, surgically and chemically induced models of disease / Dwight R. Owens -- The nude rat / Martha A. Hanes -- Gerontology and age-associated lesions / Nancy L. Nadon -- Cardiovascular research / Peter G. Anderson, Sanford P. Bishop, and J. Thomas Peterson -- Toxicology / Thomas E. Hamm, Mary Ann Vasbinder, and Angela King-Herbert -- Embryology and teratology / Carol Erb -- Immunology / Veronica Jennings and Dirck Dillehay -- Wild and black rats / Marc Hulin and Robert Quinn.
  • 2014 ScienceDirect
    by Anders Kallner.
    Laboratory Statistics: Handbook of Formulas and Terms presents common strategies for comparing and evaluating numerical laboratory data. In particular, the text deals with the type of data and problems that laboratory scientists and students in analytical chemistry, clinical chemistry, epidemiology, and clinical research face on a daily basis. This book takes the mystery out of statistics and provides simple, hands-on instructions in the format of everyday formulas. As far as possible, spreadsheet shortcuts and functions are included, along with many simple worked examples. This book is a must-have guide to applied statistics in the lab that will result in improved experimental design and analysis. Comprehensive coverage of simple statistical concepts familiarizes the reader with formatted statistical expressionSimple, worked examples make formulas easy to use in real lifeSpreadsheet functions demonstrate how to find immediate solutions to common problemsIn-depth indexing and frequent use of synonyms facilitate the quick location of appropriate procedures.
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  • 2013 ClinicalKey
    edited and authored by Cynthia C. Chernecky, Barbara J. Berger.
    "Look no further for quick, complete answers to questions such as which laboratory tests to order or what the results might mean. Laboratory Tests And Diagnostic Procedures, 5th Edition covers more tests than any other reference of its kind, with over 900 lab tests and diagnostic procedures in all. In Part I, you'll find a unique, alphabetical list of hundreds of diseases, conditions, and symptoms, including the tests and procedures most commonly used to confirm or rule out a suspected diagnosis. Part II presents key information on virtually every laboratory and diagnostic test available. All test entries are up-to-date, concise, complete, and consistently presented, making this resource the perfect choice for students or practitioners who need fast, accurate information on diagnostic tests."--Publisher's website.
  • 2010
    Sherril L. Green.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    "Even though Xenopus is one of the two most popular non-mammalian animals used in biomedical research, their value in the lab suffers from a lack of standardization regarding their optimal care, breeding, and housing." "Filling the need for such a reference, The Laboratory Xenopus sp. provides researchers and lab managers with a practical, step-by-step manual that emphasizes the humane care and use of captive clawed frogs in basic as well as biomedical, and toxicological research." "Supported with hypothesis-driven research, this well-organized manual explores the full range of responsibilities facing individuals who work with this species. The content is divided into intentionally brief sections that allow for the quick retrieval of essential information regarding important biological features and experimental methodology, as well as compliance and veterinary care, husbandry, housing, and water quality management."--BOOK JACKET.
  • 2001 CRCnetBASE
    Rick Bitter, Taqi Mohiuddin, Matt Nawrocki.
  • 2006 Springer
    edited by Adam J. Cohen, Michael Mercandetti, Brian G. Brazzo.
    Anatomy of the lacrimal system -- Gender and racial variations of the lacrimal system -- Nasal anatomy and evaluation -- Congenital etiologies of lacrimal system obstructions -- Acquired etiologies of lacrimal system obstructions -- Evaluation of the tearing patient -- Imaging and clinical evaluation of the lacrimal drainage system -- The tear-deficient patient -- Surgery of the punctum and canaliculus -- Lacrimal trauma -- Primary external dacryocystorhinostomy -- Primary endonasal dacryocystorhinostomy -- Transcanalicular dacryocystorhinostomy -- Conjunctivodacryocystorhinostomy -- Endoscopic conjunctivodacryocystorhinostomy -- Pediatric balloon catheter dacryocystoplasty -- Balloon-assisted dacryoplasty in adults -- Balloon-assisted lacrimal surgery -- Nine-millimeter endoscopic balloon dacryocystorhinostomy: a new, less-invasive procedure for tearing in adults -- Radiofrequency dacryocystorhinostomy -- Powered endoscopic dacryocystorhinostomy -- Laser dacryocystorhinostomy: part 1. laser-assisted endonasal endoscopic dacryocystorhinostomy -- Laser dacryocystorhinostomy: part 2. laser-assisted endonasal endoscopic dacryocystorhinostomy with the holmium:YAG laser -- Laser dacryocystorhinostomy: part 3. laser-assisted endonasal endoscopic dacryocystorhinostomy with the potassium titanyl phosphate laser -- Revision dacryocystorhinostomy -- The adjunctive use of mitomycin C in dacryocystorhinostomy -- The Griffiths nasolacrimal catheter -- The Sisler lacrimal canalicular trephine.
  • 2015 Springer
    edited by Adam J. Cohen, Michael Mercandetti, Brian Brazzo.
    While there are books that review lacrimal system disorders and surgery as a section of comprehensive oculoplastic textbooks, The Lacrimal System: Diagnosis, Management and Surgery solely addresses Lacrimology in one concise, practical volume. Building off of the success of the first edition, this text includes significantly updated information, new authors from around the world as well as new chapters that are complete with high quality images and illustrations. Lacrimal surgeries are commonly performed by oculoplastic surgeons and range from alleviating lacrimal system obstructions in children with congenital dysmorphology to minimally invasive lacrimal system reconstruction. The second edition of this book meets the needs of practicing physicians, fellows, and residents who are managing the tearing patient clinically and surgically.
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    edited by Bruce L. Larson and Vearl R. Smith.
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    v. 1. The mammary gland: development and maintenance -- v. 2. Biosynthesis and secretion of milk. Diseases -- v. 3. Nutrition and biochemistry of milk. Maintenance.
  • 2012 CRCnetBASE
    [edited by] Sampo Lahtinen, Arthur C. Ouwehand, Seppo Salminen, Atte von Wright.
    "Updated with the substantial progress made in lactic acid and bacteria research since the third edition, this fourth volume discusses improved insights in genetics and new molecular biological techniques. Thoroughly reorganized, this book incorporates the recent changes in new molecular techniques and the mechanistic understanding of probiotic functionality. The book remains firmly grounded in the basics of lactic acid bacteria; their genetics and taxonomy, their application in food and feed preparation, their health properties, and the legal issues associated with their use"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2012 Springer
    Yoshiharu Takayama.
    "Lactoferrin was first identified as an iron-binding glycoprotein abundantly found in milk. It has been considered to play important roles in host defense, since lactoferrin shows broad spectrum of anti-bacterial and anti-viral activities, arising from its iron-chelating property. Furthermore, lactoferrin can regulate the function of innate and adaptive immune cells and exhibits immuno-modulating properties. These activities of lactoferrin implicate that potential use of lactoferrin as a wound healing agent. In addition, this book shows that lactoferrin is a potent regulator of dermal fibroblasts and epidermal keratinocytes, and promotes skin or corneal epithelial wound healing by increasing their proliferation, migration or deposition of extracellular matrix (ECM) components such as collagen and hyaluronan. This book provides the scientific background on use of lactoferrin as a wound healing agent. Indeed, lactoferrin exerts its biological effects by binding to specific lactoferrin receptors on target cells. This book also covers the in-depth information on roles of lactoferrin as a signaling molecule."--Publisher's website.
  • 2010
    Jared Starman.
    Cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT), which uses much of the same hardware as traditional 2-D x-ray fluoroscopy, is now being used during patient treatment. The ability to perform CBCT scans has been driven by the development of amorphous silicon (a-Si) digital flat-panel (FP) x-ray detector technology. These detectors were originally designed for radiography and fluoroscopy, but because of their compactness, flexibility, low spatial distortion, and relative low-cost, are also practical for CBCT. One factor limiting the CBCT image quality for a-Si x-ray detectors is detector lag, stemming from charge trapping in the a-Si layer. Lag is defined as residual signal present in the detector, and can lead to a range of image artifacts in CBCT reconstructions, such as severe image shading for elliptical or off-center objects that could potentially obscure anatomy of interest. Current lag correction methods for a-Si FP detectors assume that the detector is linear and time invariant (LTI) and determine a temporal impulse response for the system. The detector output is deconvolved with the measured impulse response to compute the lag-corrected data. However a conventional FP is neither linear nor time invariant. Different techniques for measuring the FP impulse response are examined, as well as their effect on the final CBCT image reconstruction. A range of results are achieved by the different techniques, highlighting the non-linearity and time variance of the system. A novel non-LTI algorithm is then presented that better describes the x-ray detector dynamics, gives exposure independent results, and provides significant error reduction in CBCT for large objects where lag artifacts are most severe. A second method to reduce lag based on a hardware change to the a-Si detector is also described in this dissertation. The photodiode at each detector pixel is briefly operated in a forward bias mode to maintain saturation of charge trap states. Detector measurements and CBCT scans with and without the detector forward biasing are made to show image improvement and the trade-offs of using the hardware method.
  • 2006
    by Kenneth F. Schulz, David A. Grimes ; foreword by Richard Horton.
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  • 2006
    edited by Richard M. Rocco.
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  • 2010
    edited by Reuben D. Johnson, Alexander L. Green.
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    Neurovascular neurosurgery / A.L. Green, R.D. Johnson, R.S.C. Kerr -- Neuro-oncology / R.D. Johnson, K.J. Drummond, K.J.O.L. Khu, M. Bernstein -- Head injury / R.D. Johnson, T. Santarius, J.E. Wilberger -- Spinal surgery / R.D. Johnson, J.C.D. Leach, W.A. Liebenberg, N. Maartens, S.A. Cudlip -- Functional and epilepsy neurosurgery / A.L. Green, R.D. Johnson, A. Astradsson, R.J. Stacey, T.Z. Aziz -- Paediatric neurosurgery / R.D. Johnson, P. Richards, J. Jayamohan, S. Sinha.
  • 2009
    Shantanu Banik, Rangaraj M. Rangayyan, Graham S. Boag.
  • 2006
    [edited by] Joel S. Goldberg.
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  • 2006
    [edited by] Joel S. Goldberg.
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  • 2006
    [edited by] Joel S. Goldberg.
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    Review of hundreds of commonly tested diseases. Covers diseases and syndromes likely to be tested on the USMLE step 2 exam.
  • 2006
    Joel S. Goldberg.
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  • 2007
    Yashesh Patel, Barry J. Goldlist.
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    Cardiology -- Skin -- Endocrinology -- Gastroenterology -- Hematology -- Oncology -- Diseases of the nervous system -- Kidneys -- Muscles and joints -- Infection -- Immunology and allergy -- Diseases of the respiratory system -- Clinical pharmacology -- Comprehensive review.
  • 2007 AccessSurgery, Users must register and sign in to take a test
    [edited by] C. Gene Cayten, Nanakram Agarwal, Max Goldberg, Simon Wapnick.
    Surgical critical care/pre and post operative care / Nanakram Agarwal and Akella Chendrasekhar -- Skin, soft tissue, and breast / Aloysius Smith and Andrew Ashikari -- Endocrine, head, and neck / Alan S. Berkower and Prakashchandra Rao -- Cardiac and thoracic / Marshall D. Kramer and E.A. Bonfils-Roberts -- Stomach, duodenum, and esophagus / Soula Priovolos and Max Goldberg -- Small and large intestins and appendix / Evelyn Irizarry and Nicholas A. Balsano -- Pancreas, biliary tract, liver, and spleen / Valerie L. Katz and Akella Chendrasekhar -- Hernia / Max Goldberg and Nanakram Agarwal -- Male and female genitourinary systems / Sean Fullerton and David Samadi -- Vascular / Nilesh N. Balar and Mayank V. Patel -- Neurosurgery / Kamran Tabaddor -- Trauma / C. Gene Cayten and Rao R. Ivatury -- Pediatric surgery / Tyr Ohling Wilbanks and Meno Lueders -- Practice test / James E. Barone and C. Gene Cayten.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2008
    [edited by] Carlyle H. Chan.
    Internal medicine / Ann M. Mcguire and Michael Bonner -- Obstetrics and gynecology / E. James Aiman and Michael R. Lund -- Pediatrics / Rainer G. Gedeit -- Preventive medicine / Stephen K. Liu -- Psychiatry / Jon A. Lehrmann -- Surgery / Kelli Brown and Travis Webb -- Practice test block 1 -- Practice test block 2 -- Practice test block 3 -- Practice test block 4 -- Practice test block 5 -- Practice test block 6 -- Practice test block 7 -- Practice test block 8.
  • 2006
    Louis A. Vontver ... [et al.].
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    Access to 3000+ exam questions.
  • 2006
    Sadler, T. W.; Langman, Jan.
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    Embryology : old and new frontiers and an introduction to molecular regulation and signaling -- Gametogenesis : conversion of germ cells into male and female gametes -- First week of development : ovulation to implantation -- Second week of development : bilaminar germ disc -- Third week of development : trilaminar germ disc -- Third to eighth weeks : the embryonic period -- Third month to birth : the fetus and placenta -- Birth defects and prenatal diagnosis -- Skeletal system -- Muscular system -- Body cavities -- Cardiovascular system -- Respiratory system -- Digestive system -- Urogenital system -- Head and neck -- Central nervous system -- Ear -- Eye -- Integumentary system.
  • 2010
    T.W. Sadler ; original illustrations by Jill Leland ; computer illustrations by Susan L. Sadler-Redmond ; scanning electron micrographs by Kathy Tosney ; ultrasound images by Nancy Chescheir and Hytham Imseis.
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    Embryology : old and new frontiers and an introduction to molecular regulation and signaling -- Gametogenesis : conversion of germ cells into male and female gametes -- First week of development : ovulation to implantation -- Second week of development : bilaminar germ disc -- Third week of development : trilaminar germ disc -- Third to eighth weeks : the embryonic period -- Third month to birth : the fetus and placenta -- Birth defects and prenatal diagnosis -- Skeletal system -- -- Muscular system -- Body cavities -- Cardiovascular system -- Respiratory system -- Digestive system -- Urogenital system -- Head and neck -- Central nervous system -- Ear -- Eye -- Integumentary system.
  • 2013
    edited by Michael A. Arbib.
    "This book explores the relationships between language, music, and the brain by pursuing four key themes and the crosstalk among them: song and dance as a bridge between music and language; multiple levels of structure from brain to behavior to culture; the semantics of internal and external worlds and the role of emotion; and the evolution and development of language. The book offers specially commissioned expositions of current research accessible both to experts across disciplines and to non-experts. These chapters provide the background for reports by groups of specialists that chart current controversies and future directions of research on each theme." -- [Publisher-supplied data]
  • 2011 Springer
    Jens-Uwe Stolzenburg, Ingolf A. Türk, Evangelos N. Liatsikos (editors).
    Upper Urinary Tract (Kidney, Ureter and Adrenal Gland) / Jens-Uwe Stolzenburg, Rowan Casey, Jens Mondry, Minh Do and Anja Dietel, et al. -- Lympadenectomy / Ingolf A. Türk, Rowan Casey, Jens-Uwe Stolzenburg, Panagiotis Kallidonis and Minh Do, et al. -- Urinary Bladder and Prostate / Thilo Schwalenberg, Jochen Neuhaus, Panagiotis Kallidonis, Evangelos N. Liatsikos and Jens-Uwe Stolzenburg, et al. -- Paediatric Urology / Holger Till, Jens-Uwe Stolzenburg and Ulrike Waldschmidt -- Miscellaneous / Jens-Uwe Stolzenburg, Evangelos N. Liatsikos, Thilo Schwalenberg, Tim Häfner and Minh Do, et al.
  • 2014 Springer
    Ferdinando Agresta, Fabio Cesare Campanile, Nereo Vettoretto, editors.
    "his book, written by expert surgeons, offers a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of all aspects of laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Coverage includes the indications for surgery, anesthesia, establishment of pneumoperitoneum, surgical technique, and the prevention and management of complications. Performance of laparoscopic cholecystectomy in the specific contexts of biliary tree stones and acute cholecystitis is described. Extensive reference is made to the latest clinical evidence, and the real benefits of the laparoscopic approach, for example in terms of outcomes and day surgery, are carefully assessed. New technologies, including SILS, NOTES, robotic surgery, and miniaturized instruments, are reviewed. The learning curve and training are also extensively discussed, and an individual chapter is devoted to the views of international experts in the field. Some 20 years after the National Institutes of Health Consensus Conference first published recommendations regarding indications for laparoscopic cholecystectomy, it remains the gold standard approach and continues to evolve."--Publisher's website.
  • 2006 Springer
    Jeffrey W. Milsom, Bartholomäus Böhm, Kiyokazu Nakajima.
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • 2012 Springer
    Andrea Tinelli, editor.
    Anatomy of the abdominal wall and vaginal entry in relation to complications of access and injury in laparoscopy / Tom A.J. Schneider -- Surgical technique of traditional laparoscopic access / Gernot Hudelist and Jorg Keckstein -- Laparoscopic abdominal entry by the ternamian threaded visual system / Artin Ternamian -- Initial access to the peritoneal cavity for laparoscopic surgery in obese patients / Charlotte Rabl and Guilherme M. Campos -- The direct optical access: a feasible, reliable, and safe laparoscopic entry / Andrea Tinelli -- Robotic assisted surgery and related abdominal entry / Crisitina Falavolti, Roberto Angioli, Patrizio Damiani, and Maurizio Buscarini -- Robotic assisted surgery entry into gynecological oncology / Farr R. Nezhat and Shao-Chun R. Chang-Jackson -- Single access surgery: less is more? / Tahar Benhidjeb, Michael Stark, Jakob R. Izbicki, and Oliver Mann -- Reduced port surgery: single port access to the abdominal and pelvic cavity / Paul G. Curcillo II, Stephanie A. King, and Erica R. Podolsky -- The evolution of minimally invasive gynecological surgery: gas-less laparoscopic inspection and single hole surgery (GLISHS) / Nicola Gasbarro, Maurizio Brusati, Pietro Lupo, Sandro Gerli, and Gian Carlo Di Renzo -- First abdominal access in gynecological laparoscopy: comparison of techniques / Antonio Malvasi and Andrea Tinelli -- Blind entry at gynecological laparoscopy is substituted by entry under sight: complications in conventional laparoscopic entry / Liselotte Mettler, Wael Sammur, and Antonio Malvasi -- Natural orifice surgery: surgical procedures through natural body openings / Michael Stark and Tahar Benhidjeb -- Access in natural orifice transvaginal endoscopic surgery / Daniel A. Tsin.
  • 2015 Springer
    Chang-Ming Huang, Chao-Hui Zheng, editors.
  • 2011 Springer
    author, Karl Miller ; assisted by Birgit Wahl ... [et al.].
  • 2015 Springer
    Xiujun Cai.
    Anatomy of the Liver in the Laparoscopic Situation -- Instruments for Laparoscopic Hepatectomy by Curettage and Aspiration -- Laparoscopic Left Lateral Segmentectomy -- Laparoscopic Left Hemihepatectomy -- Laparoscopic Right Hemihepatectomy -- Laparoscopic Resection of Caudate Lobe -- Laparoscopic Non-Anatomical Liver Resection -- Two-Stage Completely Laparoscopic Hemihepatectomy -- Laparoscopic Radical Resection of Gallbladder Cancer -- Other Techniques for Laparoscopic Hepatectomy.
  • 2016 Springer
    Giusto Pignata, Umberto Bracale, Fabrizio Lazzara, editors.
    Esophagus and Stomach -- Liver, Gallbladder, and Biliary Tree -- Abdominal Wall -- Colon, Rectum, and Appendix -- Kidney, Adrenal Gland, Ureter, and Varicocele -- Spleen and Pancreas -- Bariatic Surgery -- Gynecology.
  • 2009 Springer
    by Bertrand Guillonneau, Inderbir S. Gill, Günter Janetschek, Ingolf A. Tuerk.
  • 2005 Springer
    Jean J.M.C.H. de la Rosette, Inderbir S. Gill, editors.
  • 2013 Springer
    Felix Schier, Salmai Turial.
    When Laparoscopy in Children was first published in 2003, it quickly became popular with pediatric surgeons worldwide owing to its clear schematic drawings and concise text. This new edition has been revised and enlarged to cover the new procedures and other advances that have emerged in the intervening period, during which the number of operations has almost doubled. Now, the vast majority of indications for laparoscopy in children are presented and discussed. Each operation is systematically described and illustrated step by step, providing the reader with the technical guidelines required to perform laparoscopy safely even in small children. Laparoscopy in Children will be an invaluable guide for all surgeons who perform, or plan to perform, such operations.
  • 2014 CRCnetBASE
    editors, Sherif Sakr, Mohamed Medhat Gaber.
    "This book provides a central source of reference on the various data management techniques of large scale data processing and its technology application. This book presents chapters written by leading researchers, academics, and practitioners in the field, all of which have been reviewed by independent reviewers. The book covers the latest research discoveries and applications. Coverage includes cloud data management architectures, big data analytics visualization, data management, analytics for vast amounts of unstructured data, clustering, classification, link analysis of big data, scalable data mining, and machine learning techniques"-- Provided by publisher.
  • 2006
    Cyrus Abraham Wilson.
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  • 2003 NAP
    Sharyl J. Nass and Bruce W. Stillman, editors ; Committee on Large-scale Science and Cancer Research, National Cancer Policy Board and Division on Earth and Life Studies, National Research Council.
    Also available: Print – 2003
  • 2012
    Yann Chong Tan.
    Despite tremendous progress in understanding immune responses, the ability to characterize functional antibody responses remains limited. I developed a method that utilizes barcoding to enable high-throughput sequencing of paired heavy-chain and light-chain immunoglobulin sequences. This approach enables us to generate dendrograms of functional affinity-matured antibody responses, and express selected antibodies for functional characterization. This method was applied to a human who received an influenza vaccine, humans with Staphylocuccus aureus infection, a human with rhuematoid arthritis, an autoimmune disease, and a human who has lung adenocarcinoma, and is a long term non-progressor. These are examples in vaccination, infection, autoimmune disease and cancer, respectively. In each case, we show that we were able to obtain paired heavy and light chain sequences. We expressed selected antibodies for functional characterization and showed that we were able to obtain functional antibodies that bound to target antigens in each of the above indications. Furthermore, we also showed that large clonal families dominate in influenza vaccination, and that larger antibody clonal families have higher binding affinities. Taken together, the approach provides a method to directly characterize functional antibody responses that could advance our understanding of protective and pathogenic immune responses in health and disease.
  • 2011 Springer
    Zvi Laron, John J. Kopchick, editors.
    Laron syndrome (LS), or primary growth hormone (GH) insensitivity, was first described in 1966. Since then, many patients worldwide have been diagnosed with LS, which involves defects in the GH receptor that cause combined congenital deficiency of GH and IGF-I activities. In this comprehensive book the authors draw upon 50 years of multidisciplinary clinical and investigative follow-up of the large Israeli cohort of LS patients. The genetic basis of the syndrome is fully considered, and all aspects of the pathophysiology of IGF-I deficiency are described. Data derived from the recently generated mouse model of LS are reviewed and compared with the human LS experience. Valuable advice is provided on treatment, and treatment effects, such as metabolic effects, adipose tissue alterations, and impact on aging, are fully explored. Together, this book condenses, consolidates, compares, and contrasts data derived from the human and mouse LS experiences and provides a unique resource for clinical and basic scientists to evaluate and compare IGF-I and GH actions.
  • 2015 ClinicalKey
    Gary C. Schoenwolf, Steven B. Bleyl, Philip R. Brauer, Philippa H. Francis-West.
    Gametogenesis, fertilization, and first week -- Second week : becoming bilaminar and fully implanting -- Third week : becoming trilaminar and establishing body axes -- Fourth week : forming the embryo -- Principles and mechanisms of morphogenesis and dysmorphogenesis -- Fetal development and the fetus as patient -- Development of the skin and Its derivatives -- Development of the musculoskeletal system -- Development of the central nervous system -- Development of the respiratory system and body cavities -- Development of the heart -- Development of the vasculature -- Development of the gastrointestinal tract -- Development of the urinary system -- Development of the pharyngeal apparatus and face -- Development of the ears -- Development of the eyes -- Development of the limbs.
  • 2009
    Gary C. Schoenwolf, Steven B. Bleyl, Philip R. Brauer, Philippa H. Francis-West.
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    Gametogenesis, fertilization, and first week -- Second week: becoming bilaminar and fully implanting -- Third week: becoming trilaminar and establishing body axes -- Fourth week: forming the embryo -- Principles and mechanisms of morphogenesis and dysmorphogenesis -- Fetal development and the fetus as patient -- Development of the skin and its derivatives -- Development of the musculoskeletal system -- Development of the central nervous system -- Development of the peripheral nervous system -- Development of the respiratory system and body cavities -- Development of the heart -- Development of the vasculature -- Development of the gastrointestinal tract -- Development of the urogenital system -- Development of the pharyngeal apparatus and face -- Development of the ears and eyes -- Development of the limbs.
  • 2011 Springer
    Christian Raulin, Syrus Karsai (editors).
    Part 1 Basics -- Basic Laser Physics -- Laser-Tissue Interactions -- Intense Pulsed Light Technology -- Part 2 Indications -- Benign Tumors and Organoid Nevi -- Facial Rejuvenation and Other Clinical Applications of Intense Pulsed Light -- Inflammatory Dermatoses: Acne -- Inflammatory Dermatoses: Other than Acne Vulgaris -- Laser-Assisted Liposuction -- Photoepilation of Unwanted Hair Growth -- Pigmentation and Hypopigmentation: Benign Pigmented Lesions -- Pigmentation and Hypopigmentation: Vitiligo and Other Disorders -- Precancerous Conditions and Malignant Tumors -- Scars, Keloids, and Stretch Marks -- Laser Treatment of Tattoos and Other Dyschromia -- Varicose Veins: Endovenous Laser Treatment -- Common Vascular Lesions -- Vascular Lesions: Port Wine Stains -- Vascular Lesions: Hemangiomas -- Rare Vascular Lesions -- Viral Infections -- Wrinkles and Acne Scars: Ablative and Nonablative Facial Resurfacing -- Wrinkles and Acne Scars: Technology-Based Treatment of Periorbital Wrinkles -- Wrinkles and Acne Scars: Fractional Ablative Lasers -- Wrinkles and Acne Scars: Fractional Nonablative Lasers -- Part 3 Special Aspects -- Complications in Laser Surgery and IPL Treatment -- Cooling Techniques -- Ethical Considerations in Aesthetic Medicine -- Photodynamic Therapy -- Quality Standards in Aesthetic Medicine -- Safety/Eye Protection -- Part 4 Afterword -- The Business of Laser Surgery How Our Lives are Challenged by Healthcare Regulations, the FDA, and Quackery -- The Hall of Shame.
  • 2011 Springer Protocols
    edited by Graeme I. Murray.
    Laser capture microdissection : methods and applications / Kristen DeCarlo . [and others] -- Laser microdissection for gene expression profiling / Lori A. Field [and others] -- Gene expression using the PALM system / Jian-Xin Lu and Cheuk-Chun Szeto -- Immunoguided microdissection techniques / Michael A. Tangrea [and others] -- Optimized RNA extraction from non-deparaffinized laser-microdissected material / Danny Jonigk [and others] -- Laser capture microdissection for analysis of gene expression in formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded Tissue / Ru Jiang, Rona S. Scott, and Lindsey M. Hutt-Fletcher -- MicroRNA profiling using RNA from microdissected immunostained tissue / Clemens L. Bockmeyer [and others] -- Profiling solid tumor heterogeneity by LCM and biological MS of fresh-frozen tissue sections / Donald J. Johann [and others] -- Amplification testing in breast cancer by multiplex ligation-dependent probe amplification of microdissected tissue / Cathy B. Moelans, Roel A. de Weger, and Paul J. van Diest -- Detection and quantification of MicroRNAs in laser-microdissected formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded breast cancer tissues / Sarkawt M. Khoshnaw [and others] -- Laser capture microdissection applications in breast cancer proteomics / Rene B.H. Braakman [and others] -- Proteomic analysis of laser microdissected ovarian cancer tissue with SELDI-TOF MS / Isabelle Cadron [and others] -- LCM Assisted biomarker discovery from archival neoplastic gastrointestinal tissues / Patricia A. Meitner and Murray B. Resnick -- Purification of diseased cells from Barrett's esophagus and related lesions by laser capture microdissection / Masood A. Shammas and Manjula Y. Rao -- Laser microdissection of intestinal epithelial cells and downstream analysis / Benjamin Funke -- Application of laser microdissection and quantitative PCR to assess the response of esophageal cancer to neoadjuvant chemo-radiotherapy / Claus Hann von Weyhern and Bjorn L.D.M. Brucher -- Oligonucleotide microarray expression profiling of contrasting invasive phenotypes in colorectal cancer / Christopher C. Thorn, Deborah Williams, and Thomas C. Freeman -- Evaluation of gastrointestinal mtDNA depletion in mitochondrial neurogastrointestinal encephalomyopathy (MNGIE) / Carla Giordano and Giulia d'Amati -- Laser microdissection for gene expression study of hepatocellular carcinomas arising in cirrhotic and non-cirrhotic livers / Maria Tretiakova and John Hart -- Laser capture microdissection of pancreatic ductal adeno-carcinoma cells to analyze EzH2 by western blot analysis / Aamer M. Qazi [and others] -- Laser-capture microdissection of renal tubule cells and linear amplification of RNA for microarray profiling and real-time PCR / Susie-Jane Noppert, Susanne Eder, and Michael Rudnicki -- Subcellular renal proximal tubular mitochondrial toxicity with tenofovir treatment / James J. Kohler and Seyed H. Hosseini -- Application of laser-capture microdissection to study renal carcinogenesis / Kerstin Stemmer and Daniel R. Dietrich -- Laser-capture microdissection and transcriptional profiling in archival FFPE tissue in prostate cancer / Ajay Joseph and Vincent J. Gnanapragasam -- Quantitative analysis of the enzymes associated with 5-Fluorouracil metabolism in prostate cancer biopsies / Tomoaki Tanaka -- Microdissection of gonadal tissues for gene expression analyses / Anne Jørgensen, Marlene Danner Dalgaard, and Si Brask Sonne -- Duplex real-time PCR assay for quantifying mitochondrial DNA deletions in laser microdissected single spiral ganglion cells / Adam Markaryan, Erik G. Nelson, and Raul Hinojosa -- Neuronal type-specific gene expression profiling and laser-capture microdissection / Charmaine Y. Pietersen . [et al.] -- Region-specific in situ hybridization-guided laser-capture microdissection on postmortem human brain tissue coupled with gene expression quantification / Rene Bernard, Sharon Burke, and Ilan A. Kerman -- UV-laser microdissection and mRNA expression analysis of individual neurons from postmortem Parkinson's disease brains / Jan Grundemann, Falk Schlaudraff, and Birgit Liss -- Transcriptome profiling of murine spinal neurulation using laser capture microdissection and high-density oligonucleotide microarrays / Shoufeng Cao, Boon-Huat Bay, and George W. Yip -- Probing the CNS microvascular endothelium by immune-guided laser-capture microdissection coupled to quantitative RT-PCR / Nivetha Murugesan [and others] -- Laser-capture microdissection for factor VIII-expressing endothelial cells in cancer tissues / Tomoatsu Kaneko [and others] -- Laser-capture microdissection and analysis of liver endothelial cells from patients with Budd-Chiari syndrome / Selcuk Sozer and Ronald Hoffman -- Laser-capture microdissection of hyperlipidemic/ApoE-/- mouse aorta atherosclerosis / Michael Beer [and others] -- Gene expression profiling in laser-microdissected bone marrow megakaryocytes / Kais Hussein -- Specific RNA collection from the rat endolymphatic sac by laser-capture microdissection (LCM) : LCM of a very small organ surrounded by bony tissues / Kosuke Akiyama [and others] -- Use of laser capture microdissection on adult human articular cartilage for gene expression analysis / Naoshi Fukui, Yasuko Ikeda, and Nobuho Tanaka -- Laser-capture microdissection of developing barley seeds and cDNA array analysis of selected tissues / Johannes Thiel, Diana Weier, and Winfriede Weschke -- Quantitative RT-PCR gene expression analysis of a laser microdissected placenta : an approach to study preeclampsia / Yuditiya Purwosunu [and others].
  • 2002 ScienceDirect
    edited by P. Michael Conn.
    Also available: Print – 2002
  • 2013 Springer
    David J. Goldberg, editor.
    This is the second edition of a well-received book that has been revised and updated to reflect the state of the art in laser and light source technology. After an initial chapter describing the latest understanding of laser physics and safety, subsequent chapters consider laser treatment of vascular lesions, laser treatment of pigmented lesions and tattoos, laser removal of unwanted hair, ablative and non-ablative fractional resurfacing, and use of laser treatment for medical purposes. The book is extremely practical and reader friendly. All chapters are very well illustrated, include quick and clear bullet points, and feature a homogeneous structure covering core concepts, currently available technologies, indications and contraindications, an example of a consent form, and the author's personal treatment approaches. The authors are without exception world experts in the field from North America or Europe.
  • 2007 ScienceDirect
    edited by Michael W. Berns, Karl Otto Greulich.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2014 Springer Protocols
    edited by Lidia Bakota, Department of Neurobiology, University of Osnabrück, Osnabrück, Germany, Roland Brandt, Department of Neurobiology, University of Osnabrück, Osnabrück, Germany.
  • 2016 Thieme-Connect
    [edited by] William H. Truswell.
  • 2009 ClinicalKey
    edited by David J. Goldberg.
    Vascular Lesions -- Leg Veins -- Pigmented Lesions and Tattoos -- Laser Treatment for Scars -- Treatment of Actinic Keratoses and Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer -- Acne -- Psoriasis -- Photodynamic Therapy-Cosmetic -- Laser Hair Removal.
  • 2013 ClinicalKey
    edited by George J. Hruza, Mathew M. Avram.
    Now available as one streamlined volume, Lasers and Lights provides the most advanced treatments for rejuvenation, skin resurfacing, scars, and hair removal. You'll focus on procedural how-to's and get step-by-step advice on proper techniques, pitfalls, and tricks of the trade, so you can incorporate the very latest in lasers and lights into your busy practice! Expand your repertoire and refine your skills with Lasers and Lights, which contains a wealth of color illustrations and photographs depicting cases as they appear in practice.
  • 2009 ClinicalKey
    edited by Barry DiBernardo, Jason N. Pozner.
    Aging skin: intrinsic aging and chronic photoaging -- CO₂ laser applications: new fractional and traditional CO₂ laser resurfacing and CO₂ laser blepharoplasty -- Erbium and other ablative technologies -- Fractionated lasers -- Intense pulsed light -- Radiofrequency -- Laser hair removal -- Laser acne treatment -- Advances in light-emitting diodes (LED) technology and therapy -- Laser lipolysis --Non-invasive body contouring -- Low level laser therapy in hair loss -- Clinical photography for laser and light-based therapies.
  • 2015 Springer
    O. Topaz, editor.
    Preface -- Laser physics and laser sources for cardiovascular applications -- Optic fibers and mechanical properties of laser catheters -- Landmarks along the introduction of laser to cardiovascular therapy -- Laser-thrombus interaction: from basic research to clinical utilization in the management of cardiovascular diseases -- Laser for treatment of acute coronary syndromes -- Laser for management of ST-elevation acute myocardial infarction -- Laser for revascularization of complex targets: old SVGs, CTO, left main disease, stent restenosis -- Laser utilization for synergistic technology strategy for coronary revascularization: laser and directional rotablation; laser combined with drug eluting balloon -- Laser for revascularization of peripheral arterial disease- SFA, renal, subclavian, carotid arteries -- Laser for infra-popliteal revasculariztion -- TMR- physiology, pathology and basic research concepts -- TMR-endovascular and surgical techniques and clinical outcomes -- Laser application for venous thrombosis -- Laser for IVC filter removal -- Laser for interventional electrophysiology ? extraction and removal of pacemaker and AICD leads -- Laser for treatment of cardiac arrhythmias -- Laser application for treatment of congenital heart disease -- Nursing perspectives of cardiovascular laser procedures -- Laser safety in the cardiovascular suite and the operation room -- Laser induced cardiovascular complications : mechanisms, recognition and management -- Laser in cardiovascular veterinary medicine.
  • 2011 Springer
    Keyvan Nouri (editor).
    Laser-Tissue Interactions -- Laser Safety: Regulations, Standards and Practice Guidelines -- Lasers for Treatment of Vascular Lesions -- Laser for Scars -- Laser Treatment of Leg Veins -- Lasers and Lights for Treating Pigmented Lesions -- Laser Treatment of Tattoos -- Laser for Hair Removal -- Lasers for Resurfacing -- Fractional Photothermolysis -- Plasma Resurfacing -- Sub-Surfacing Lasers -- Non-invasive Rejuvenation/Skin Tightening: Light-Based Devices -- Laser and Light Therapies for Acne -- Lasers for Psoriasis and Hypopigmentation -- Lasers and Lights for Adipose Tissue and Cellulite -- Intense Pulse Light (IPL) -- Photodynamic Therapy -- Light-Emitting Diode Phototherapy in Dermatological Practice -- Laser and Light for Wound Healing Stimulation -- Lasers in Hair Growth and Hair Transplantation -- Reflectance-Mode Confocal Microscopy in Dermatological Oncology -- Laser Clinical and Practice Pearls -- The Selection and Education of Laser Patients -- Anesthesia for Laser Surgery -- Laser Application for Ethnic Skin -- Laser Applications in Children -- Dressings/Wound Care for Laser Treatment -- Prevention and Treatment of Laser Complications -- Ethical Issues -- Medicolegal Issues (Documentation/Informed Consent) -- Psychological Aspects to Consider Within Laser Treatments -- Photography of Dermatological Laser Treatment -- Online Resources for Dermatologic Laser Therapies -- Starting a Laser Practice -- Research and Future Directions -- Laser/Light Applications in Ophthalmology: Visual Refraction -- Laser/Light Applications in Ophthalmology: Posterior Segment Applications -- Laser/Light Application in Ophthalmology: Control of Intraocular Pressure -- Laser/Light Application in Dental Procedures -- Laser/Light Applications in Otolaryngology -- Laser/Light Applications in Gynecology -- Laser/Light Applications in General Surgery -- Laser/Light Applications in Urology -- Lasers in Cardiology and Cardiothoracic Surgery -- Laser/Light Applications in Neurology and Neurosurgery -- Laser/Light Applications in Anesthesiology.
  • 2002 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Ronald W. Waynant ; foreword by the late Dr. Leon Goldman.
    Also available: Print – 2002
  • 2007 Springer
    Markolf H. Niemz.
  • 2010
    Christopher Koerner Sramek.
    Since its introduction nearly 40 years ago, laser photocoagulation has been the standard of care for treatment of numerous retinal pathologies. Recently, new approaches have been introduced for more selective targeting of various retinal layers, including patterned scanning photocoagulation, selective retinal therapy, and sub-lethal treatment. Despite its broad use in clinical practice, there remains a need for the quantitative description of laser-tissue interactions involved in retinal phototherapy. A unified description of various treatment regimes and associated mechanisms of tissue damage would allow for optimization of laser parameters to improve selectivity and safety of retinal photocoagulation, and for avoidance of undesirable collateral damage. The presented work describes an investigation into the dynamics of the retinal response to hyperthermia and vaporization. A finite-element computational model of photocoagulation and rupture was constructed based on experimental measurements of laser interactions with tissue, and verified in vivo in the millisecond time domain. Two approaches towards improvement of tissue heating uniformity were studied: spatial and temporal modulation of the treatment beam. After optimization using the computational model, beam shaping and pulse modulation systems were constructed. Experimental studies in vivo confirmed improvements in safety of the retinal treatment, potentially allowing for reductions in treatment time, thermal damage extent, and perceived pain. In addition, tissue response to sub-lethal thermal stress in the retina was explored using expression of heat shock protein in an animal model. Computational modeling of the corresponding treatment regime demonstrated that a similar response is likely to occur in clinical application of sub-lethal exposures. Photo-mechanical interactions in the retina were investigated in model systems and in vivo with microsecond-range exposures. The dominant mechanisms of tissue damage were identified and the corresponding limits of the safe therapeutic window were computed over a broad range of pulse durations - from microseconds to seconds. An understanding of the thermal and mechanical interactions involved in laser heating of the retina allows for the realization of safer and more selective treatment regimes. All three mechanisms investigated in the current study -- photocoagulation, photomechanical interactions and sub-lethal hyperthermia -- play a role in clinical treatment. The developed quantitative models of these interactions have immediate applicability to clinical practice, providing guidance towards optimization of retinal phototherapy, evaluation of retinal safety, and development of new clinical applications.
  • 2007 Ovid
    editors, Robert S. Feder, Christopher J. Rapuano.
    Ch. 1 Basic LASIK -- Ch. 2 Equipment -- Ch. 3 Role of mitomycin-c in keratorefractive surgery -- Ch. 4 Retreatment of patients after primary refractive surgery -- Ch. 5 LASIK complications and management -- Ch. 6 Alternatives to LASIK refractive surgery -- Ch. 7 Case selection -- Ch. 8 Self-assessment test.
  • 2013 Ovid
    editor, Robert S. Feder.
    Section I. LASIK fundamentals -- section II. Diagnostic equipment -- section III. Flap-making equipment -- section IV. Excimer lasers -- section V. Management of postsurgical problems -- section VI. Other surgical considerations -- section VII. Study section -- section VIII. International perspectives in refractive surgery.
  • 2011
    Adam Richard Rosenblatt.
    Last Rights is a political, historical, and philosophical study of the scientific investigation of mass graves in the wake of genocides and other mass killings. In the mid-1980s, an independent group of anthropologists formed in Argentina to exhume the anonymous graves of "disappeared" victims of state repression. Since then, a number of human rights organizations have built on this model, assembling teams of forensic anthropologists, archaeologists, pathologists, geneticists, and other experts capable of documenting evidence of war crimes and identifying dead victims. In the 1990s, after genocidal violence erupted in both Rwanda and the disintegrating Yugoslavia, international tribunals called upon forensic experts from Latin America, the United States, and Europe to exhume mass graves in both countries, making the forensic investigation of human rights violations a global project. Since then, expectations have steadily grown among survivor communities, as well as international institutions and observers, that mass graves will be exhumed, evidence gathered, and bodies identified. Using case studies from Argentina, the former Yugoslavia, Poland, Spain, and other post-conflict nations, as well as reports, articles, memoirs, and interviews with forensic experts, this dissertation paints a detailed portrait of the purposes international forensic investigations serve. Courts and tribunals, transitional governments, victims' families and other mourners all have different stakes in discovering the truths buried in mass graves, and thus place different expectations and demands on forensic teams. This complex landscape of stakeholders has added a whole new set of priorities to the traditional conception of forensics as science used in the service of the law: among them the "humanitarian" effort to discover the fate of missing persons and return their bodies to families, the construction of an objective and scientific historical narrative, and training local forensic experts and authorities to deal with the legacy of violence. Yet forensic teams have also met with fierce objections from some families of the missing and other communities around mass graves. These objections pose a challenge to the universalism of global forensic investigation--the idea that forensic science can serve the same purposes in every post-conflict setting. However, a detailed study of the specific arguments behind these challenges can create opportunities to develop clearer explanations of what forensic investigations accomplish, as well as foster more nuanced and democratic interactions with local stakeholders. In its final chapters, the dissertation pursues a new dimension of ethical inquiry, asking what forensic investigations do for the dead victims of atrocity. Drawing on various approaches from political and moral theory, it first explores the ethical framework most familiar to international forensic teams: human rights. Human rights are a powerful language for describing the violations that have been inflicted on the now-dead victims, as well as the claims of living mourners. As a description of the guarantees that can be made to dead bodies, however, they overreach. Dead bodies can, however, be cared for in various ways, even when they are unidentified or incomplete. Many of the practices of forensic experts are already directed towards this care-giving relationship with the dead, an intimate and powerful attempt to reestablish the connections between their bodies, possessions, and their mourners, as well as to reverse the effects of violence upon them.
  • 2010
    David G. Hunter, Constance E. West.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Basic principles -- Vergence, lenses, objects, and images -- The model eye -- Visual acuity testing -- Refraction and optical dispensing -- Lens effectivity and vertex distance -- Accommodation, presbyopia, and bifocals -- Astigmatism -- Aberrations, distortions, and irregularities -- Contact lenses -- Intraocular lenses -- Refractive surgery -- Magnification and telescopes -- Low vision -- Mirrors -- Prisms and diplopia -- Instruments -- Good people, bad optics : the dissatisfied patient -- Important formulas.
  • 2011 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Chummy S. Sinnatamby.
    Upper limb -- Lower limb -- Thorax -- Abdomen -- Head and neck and spine -- Central nervous system -- Osteology of the skull and hyoid bone.
  • 2006
    [edited by] Chummy S. Sinnatamby.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2008 Springer
    P. Rubin, L.S. Constine, L.B. Marks, P. Okunieff, (eds.).
  • 2009 Springer
    edited by Stewart Goldman, Christopher Turner.
    Part I. Overview of brain tumor survivorship -- Introduction to brain tumor survivorship and historical perspective / Stewart Goldman and Christopher D. Turner -- Late effects of neurosurgery / Arthur J. DiPatri, Martin Pham, and Kenji Muro -- Late effects of CNS radiation therapy / Helen A. Shih, Jay S. Loeffler, and Nancy J. Tarbell -- Late effects of chemotherapy / Sridharan Gururangan -- Late effects of stem cell transplantation in brain tumor survivors / Karina Danner-Koptik, David A. Jacobsohn, and Kimberley J. Dilley -- Effect of cancer treatment on neural stem and progenitor cells / Jörg Dietrich and Santosh Kesari -- The pediatric brain tumor late effects clinic / Kimberly J. Dilley and Barbara Lockart -- Part II. Medical late effects of brain tumor treatment -- Neurological complications in adults / Michelle Monje and Patrick Y. Wen -- Neurological complications in children / Sonia Partap and Paul Graham Fisher -- Strokes among childhood brain tumor survivors / Daniel C. Bowers -- Endocrine late effects: manifestations and treatments / Jason R. Fangusaro and Elizabeth Eaumann Littlejohn -- Ocular consequences and late effects of brain tumor treatments / María E. Echevarría and Joanna L. Weinstein -- Auditory late effects of chemotherapy / Anna K. Meyer and Nancy M. Young -- Reproductive health issues in survivors of childhood and adult brain tumors / Tress Goodwin, B. Elizabeth Delasobera, and Paul Graham Fisher -- Cancer predisposition syndromes / Joanna L. Weinstein, Kanyalakshmi Ayyanar, and Melody A. Watral -- Secondary neoplasms following treatment for brain tumors / Joanna L. Weinstein, Kanyalakshmi Ayyanar, and Melody A. Watral.
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • 2006 HighWire
    edited by P.A. Poole-Wilson, L. Tavazzi.
  • 2007 Springer
    edited by Janos Minarovits, Eva Gonczol, Tibor Valyi-Nagy.
  • 2009 Springer
    Raphael C. Wong, Harley Y. Tse, editors.
  • 2013 Springer
    Uri Gophna, editor.
    "Although the phenomenon of lateral gene transfer has been known since the 1940s, it was the genomics era that has really revealed the extent and many facets of this evolutionary/genetic phenomenon. Even in the early 2000s with but a handful of genomes available, it became clear that the nature of microorganisms is full of genetic exchange between lineages that are sometimes far apart. The years following this saw an explosion of genomic data, which shook the "tree of life" and also raised doubts about the most appropriate species concepts for prokaryotes. This book represents the manyfold contributions of LGT to the evolution of micro and, to an extent, macroorganisms by focusing on the areas where it has the largest impact: metabolic innovations and adaptations and speciation." Back cover.
  • 2014 Springer
    Sheryl Coombs, Horst Bleckmann, Richard R. Fay, Arthur N. Popper, editors.
    The Lateral Line System provides an overview of the key concepts and issues surrounding the development, evolution, neurobiology, and function of the lateral line, a fascinating yet somewhat enigmatic flow-sensing system. The book examines the historical precedence for linking the auditory and lateral line systems, its structure and development, use of the lateral line system of zebrafish as a model system, physical principles governing the response properties of the lateral line, the behavioral relevance of this sensory system to the lives of fish, and an examination of how this information
  • 2008 Springer
    edited by Havid́́án Rodríguez, Sáenz, Rogelio, Cecilia Menjívar ; with forewords by Clara E. Rodríguez, Douglas S. Massey.
    Theoretical and methodological issues of Latina/o research / Nestor Rodríguez -- New Latino destinations / Manuel A. Vásquez, Chad E. Seales, and Marie Friedmann Marquardt -- Latino incorporation in the United States in local and transnational contexts / Robert Courtney Smith -- Demographic patterns : age structure, fertility, mortality, and population growth / Jorge del Pinal -- Through children's eyes : families and households of Latino children in the United States / Jennifer E. Glick and Jennifer Van Hook -- U.S. Latinos/as and the "American dream" : diverse populations and unique challenges in housing / Eileen Diaz McConnell -- Latino health paradoxes : empirical evidence, explanations, future research, and implications / Dolores Acevedo-Garcia and Lisa M. Bates -- Latino crime and delinquency in the United States / Ramiro Martinez, Jr. -- The educational experiences of Latinos in the United States / William Vélez -- Latinos in the United States labor market / Lisa Catanzarite and Lindsey Trimble -- Latino/a entrepreneurship in the United States : a strategy of survival and economic mobility / Zulema Valdez -- Income, earnings, and poverty : a portrait of inequality among Latinos/as in the United States / Alberto Dávila, Marie T. Mora, and Alma D. Hales -- Mapping the dynamic terrain of U.S. Latina/o media research / Isabel Molina Guzmán -- As the Latino/a world turns : the literacy and cultural production of transnational latinidades / Ana Patircia Rodríguez -- Religion and religiosity / Miguel A. De La Torre -- Latinos/os (in) on the border / Emily Skop, Brian Gratton, and Myron P. Gutmann -- Entre nosotras/os : theorizing, researching, and constructing cross-Latina/o relations in the United States / Gilda L. Ochoa -- Beyond gender dichotomies : toward a new century of gendered scholarship in the Latina/o experience / Maura I. Toro-Morn -- Adelante mujer : Latina activism, feminism, and empowerment / Denise A. Segura and Elisa Facio -- Latinas and Latinos, sexuality, and society : a critical sociological perspective / Gloria González-Lopez and Salvador Vidal-Ortiz -- Latino partisanship, political activity and vote choice / Kim Geron and Melissa R. Michelson -- Political orientations and Latino immigrant incorporation / Sarah Allen Gershon and Adrian D. Pantoja -- Political mobilization and activism among Latinos/as in the United States / Christian Zlolniski -- Unions and the unionization of Latinas/os in the United States / Héctor L. Delgado.
  • 2014
    a poll conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and NPR.
  • 2014
    a poll conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and NPR.
  • 2008 Springer
    Deepayan Sarkar.
  • 2006
    Jie Jack Li.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Cancer drugs: from nitrogen mustards to Gleevec -- Drugs to kill germs -- Cardiovascular drugs: from nitroglycerin to Lipitor -- Sex and drugs -- Drugs of the mind -- Diabetes drugs -- Anesthetics -- Anti-inflammatory drugs -- Reflections.
  • 2002 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Maria Lis-Balchin.
  • 2010
    Christopher Scott Hemphill.
    This dissertation examines the law and economics of generic drug entry, and the problems that arise from specific U.S. regulatory arrangements that govern innovation and competition in the market for patented pharmaceuticals. As Chapter 1 explains, competitive entry by generic drug makers is limited by both patents and industry-specific regulation, which together provide the means for brand-name drug makers to avoid competition and thereby recoup large investments in research, development, and testing. At the same time, the complex rules of the Hatch-Waxman Act furnish a pathway by which generic drug makers may challenge the validity or scope of brand-name patents, with a view to entering the market with a competing product prior to patent expiration. The subsequent chapters examine several aspects of the competitive interaction between brand-name and generic drug makers. Chapter 2 analyzes settlements of patent litigation between brand-name and generic drug makers, in which the brand-name firm pays the generic firm in exchange for delayed market entry. Such pay-for-delay settlements are an important, unresolved question in U.S. antitrust policy. The analysis reveals that the pay-for-delay settlement problem is more severe than has been commonly understood. Several specific features of the Act--in particular, a 180-day bounty granted to certain generic drug makers as an incentive to pursue pre-expiration entry--widen the potential for anticompetitive harm from pay-for-delay settlements, compared to the usual understanding. In addition, I show that settlements are "innovation inefficient" as a means of providing profits and hence ex ante innovation incentives to brand-name drug makers. To the extent that Congress established a preferred tradeoff between innovation and competition when it passed the Act, settlements that implement a different, less competition-protective tradeoff are particularly problematic from an antitrust standpoint. Chapter 3 synthesizes available public information about pay-for-delay settlements in order to offer a new account of the extent and evolution of settlement practice. The analysis draws upon a novel dataset of 143 such settlements. The analysis uncovers an evolution in the means by which a brand-name firm can pay a generic firm to delay entry, including a variety of complex "side deals" by which a brand-name firm can compensate a generic firm in a disguised fashion. It also reveals several novel forms of regulatory avoidance. The analysis in the chapter suggests that, as a matter of institutional choice, an expert agency is in a relatively good position to conduct the aggregate analysis needed to identify an optimal antitrust rule. Chapter 4 examines the co-evolution of increased brand-name patenting and increased generic pre-expiration challenges. It draws upon a second novel dataset of drug approvals, applications, patents, and other drug characteristics. Its first contribution is to chart the growth of patent portfolios and pre-expiration challenges. Over time, patenting has increased, measured by the number of patents per drug and the length of the nominal patent term. During the same period, challenges have increased as well, and drugs are challenged sooner, relative to brand-name approval. The analysis shows that brand-name sales, a proxy for the profitability of the drug, have a positive effect on the likelihood of generic challenge, consistent with the view that patents that later prove to be valuable receive greater ex post scrutiny. The likelihood of challenge also varies by patent type and timing of expiration. Conditional on sales and other drug characteristics, drugs with weaker patents, particularly those that expire later than a drug's basic compound patent, face a significantly higher likelihood of challenge. Though the welfare implications of Hatch-Waxman patent challenge provisions are complicated, these results suggest these challenges serve a useful purpose, in promoting scrutiny of low quality and late-expiring patents.
  • 2006 ScienceDirect
    by Graham Dukes.
  • 2007 CRCnetBASE
    Daniel A. Bronstein.
  • Charles Calleros.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • Google Books
    issued by Physical Therapy Examining Committee, Board of Medical Quality Assurance.
    Also available: Print – 1979-
  • 2012 Springer Protocols
    edited by Loralie J. Langman and Chistine L.H. Snozek.
    Introduction to drug testing : the expanding role of mass spectrometry / Catherine Hammett-Stabler and Steven W. Cotten -- LC-MS vs. GC-MS, online extraction systems, advantages of technology for drug screening assays / Pierre Marquet -- LC-MS/MS techniques for high-volume screening of drugs of abuse and target drug quantitation in urine/blood matrices / Jeff C. Eichhorst [and others] -- Benzodiazepines and metabolites from biological fluids by liquid chromatography electrospray tandem mass spectrometry / Cynthia L. Morris-Kukoski, Jason E. Schaff, and Louis J. Reda -- Opiate screening and quantitation in urine/blood matrices using LC-MS/MS techniques / Jeff C. Eichhorst [and others] -- Synthetic opioid analysis by LC-MS/MS / David M. Garby and Lynn A. Cheryk -- Determination of cannabinoids using liquid chromatography with mass spectrometric detection / Oscar Quintela and Dennis J. Crouch -- Cocaine and metabolites by LC-MS/MS / Christine L.H. Snozek, Matthew W. Bjergum, and Loralie J. Langman -- Quantitation of amphetamine-type stimulants by LC-MS/MS / Robert A. Middleberg and Joseph Homan -- Detection of prohibited substances by liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry for sports doping control / Brian D. Ahrens, Borislav Starcevic, and Anthony W. Butch -- LC-MS/MS screen for xenobiotics and metabolites / Francois-Ludovic Sauvage and Pierre Marquet -- Qualitative identification of rodenticide anticoagulants by LC-MS/MS / Robert A. Middleberg and Joseph Homan -- Hypoglycemic agent screening by LC-MS/MS / Eric W. Korman, Loralie J. Langman, and Christine L.H. Snozek -- LC-MS/MS method for the detection of common laxatives / Robert A. Middleberg and Joseph Homan -- Simultaneous determination of cyclosporine, sirolimus, and tacrolimus in whole blood using liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry / Uttam Garg, Ada Munar, and C. Clinton Frazee III -- Quantification of tricyclic antidepressants using UPLC-MS/MS / Kamisha L. Johnson-Davis [and others] -- Quantitation of first- and second-generation antipsychotics by LC-MS/MS / Elizabeth R. Kiely and Heather M. Antonides -- Analysis of selected anticonvulsants by high performance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry / Jennifer A. Collins and Gregory C. Janis -- Therapeutic drug monitoring of tamoxifen using LC-MS/MS / Simone M. Tchu, Kara L. Lynch, and Alan H.B. Wu.
  • 2010 Springer Protocols
    edited by Pedro R. Cutillas, John F. Timms.
    Approaches and applications of quantitative LC-MS for proteomics and activitomics / Pedro R. Cutillas and John F. Timms -- Overview of quantitative LC-MS techniques for proteomics and activitomics / John F. Timms and Pedro R. Cutillas -- Instrumentation for LC-MS/MS in proteomics / Robert Chalkley -- Bioinformatics for LC-MS/MS-based proteomics / Richard J. Jacob -- Analysis of post-translational modifications by LC-MS/MS / Hannah Johnson and Claire E. Eyers -- In-depth analysis of protein phosphorylation by multidimensional ion exchange chromatography and mass spectrometry / Maria P. Alcolea and Pedro R. Cutillas -- Mapping of phosphorylation sites by LC-MS/MS / Bertran Gerrits and Bernd Bodenmiller -- Analysis of carbohydrates on proteins by offline normal-phase liquid chromatography MALDI-TOF-MS/MS / Theodora Tryfona and Elaine Stephens -- Selected reaction monitoring applied to quantitative proteomics / Reiko Kiyonami and Bruno Domon -- Basic design of MRM assays for peptide quantification / Andrew James and Claus Jorgensen -- Proteome-wide quantitation by SILAC / Kristoffer T.G. Rigbolt and Blagoy Blagoev -- Quantification of proteins by iTRAQ / Richard D. Unwin -- Quantification of proteins by label-free LC-MS/MS / Yishai Levin and Sabine Bahn -- Protocol for quantitative proteomics of cellular membranes and membrane rafts / Andrew J. Thompson and Ritchie Williamson -- Organelle proteomics by label-free and SILAC-based protein correlation profiling / Joern Dengjel, Lis Jakobsen, and Jens S. Andersen -- Mapping protein-protein interactions by quantitative proteomics / Joern Dengjel, Irina Kratchmarova, and Blagoy Blagoev -- Analysis of serum proteins by LC-MS/MS / Sarah Tonack, John P. Neoptolemos, and Eithne Costello -- Urinary proteome profiling using 2D-DIGE and LC-MS/MS / Mark E. Weeks -- Analysis of peptides in biological fluids by LC-MS/MS / Pedro R. Cutillas -- Quantification of protein kinase activities by LC-MS / Maria P. Alcolea and Pedro R. Cutillas -- A protocol for top-down proteomics using HPLC and ETD/PTR-MS / Sarah R. Hart.
  • 2011 ScienceDirect
    Paul Mushak.
    The book presents a detailed assessment of the health science of lead and the human health risk assessment models for lead's human health impacts, followed by an account of various regulatory efforts in the United States and elsewhere to eliminate or reduce human toxic exposures to lead. The science of lead as presented here covers releases of lead into the environment, lead's movement through the environment to reach humans who are then exposed, and the spectrum of toxic effects, particularly low-level toxic effects, on the developing central nervous system of the very young child. The section on human health risk assessment deals with quantifying not only the dose-response relationships that underlie toxic responses to lead in sensitive populations but also with the likelihood of toxic responses vis-vis environmental lead at some level of exposure. This section includes a treatment of computer models of lead exposure, particularly those that use lead in whole blood as a key measure. Various models convert lead intake via various body compartments into measures of body lead burden. Such measures are then directly related to severity of injury. The final section of the book deals with past and present regulatory efforts to control lead releases into the human environment. Current control efforts present a mixed picture. The most problematic issue is the continued presence of lead paint in older housing and lead in soils of urban and mining industry communities. Comprehensive assessment of the three major facets of the public health problem of lead: the voluminous science, the risk assessment approaches, and approaches to controlling lead as a public health problem. Integration of the above three elements to provide a coherent whole Provides a single source of information that will be extremely valuable to all professionals working in areas impacted by this toxic substance.
  • 2016 NLM
  • OHR
  • 2006 ScienceDirect
    [edited by] Mahmud T.H. Kahn, Arjumand Ather.
    Reverse pharmacognosy : a new concept for accelerating natural drug discovery / Quoc-Tuan Do and Philippe Bernard -- Effects of plant extracts on gene expression profiling : from macroarrays to microarray technology / Carlo Mischiati, Alessia Sereni, Mahmud Tareq Hassan Khan, Ilaria Lampronti and Roberto Gambari -- Effects of medicinal plant extracts on molecular interactions between DNA and transcription factors / Ilaria Lampronti, Mahmud Tareq Hassan Khan, Nicoletta Bianchi, Giordana Feriotto, Carlo Mischiati, Monica Borgatti and Roberto Gambari -- Plants with antitumor properties : from biologically active molecules to drugs / Ilaria Lampronti, Mahmud Tareq Hassan Khan, Nicoletta Bianchi, Elisabetta Lambertini, Roberta Piva, Monica Borgatti and Roberto Gambari -- Herbal extracts and compounds active against herpes simplex virus / Kenneth D. Thompson -- Pharmacological modulation of cough reflex / Gabriela Nosalova, Juraj Mokry and Sona Franova -- Phytotherapy of cough / Sona Franova, Gabriela Nosalova and Juraj Mokry -- The medicinal potential of black seed (Nigella sativa) and its components / Hala Gali-Muhtasib, Nahed El-Najjar and Regine Schneider-Stock -- Cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitors from natural sources : recent advances and future prospects for cancer treatment / Hala Gali-Muhtasib -- Anticancer and medicinal properties of essential oil and extracts of East Mediterranean sage (salvia triloba) / Hala Gali-Muhtasib -- Marine organisms from Brazil as source of potential anticancer agents / Letícia Veras Costa-Lotufo, Cláudia Pessoa, Maria Elisabete A. Moraes, Adaíla Marta Paixão Almeida, Manoel Odorico de Moraes and Tito Monteiro da Cruz Lotufo -- Anticancer potential of Northeast Brazilian plants / Cláudia Pessoa, Letícia Veras Costa-Lotufo, Albert Leyva, Maria Elisabete Amaral de Moraes and Manoel Odorico de Moraes -- Safety and efficacy of phytomedicines / Manoel Odorico de Moraes, Fernando Antônio Frota Bezerra, Letícia Veras Costa-Lotufo, Cláudia Pessoa and Maria Elisabete Amaral de Moraes -- Pharmacological and biochemical profiling of lead compounds from traditional remedies : the case of Croton cajucara / Maria Aparecida M. Maciel, Tereza Neuma C. Dantas, Janaína Keila P. Câmara, Angelo C. Pinto, Valdir F. Veiga Jr., Carlos R. Kaiser, Nuno A. Pereira, Cristina M.T.S. Carneiro, Frederico A. Vanderlinde, Antônio J. Lapa, Aniele R. Agner, Ilce M.S. Cólus, Juliana Echevarria-Lima, Noema F. Grynberg, Andressa Esteves-Souza, Kenia Pissinate and Aurea Echevarria -- Antihypertensive peptides from natural resources / Toshiro Matsui and Kiyoshi Matsumoto -- Xanthones as therapeutic agents : chemistry and pharmacology / Noungoue Tchamo Diderot, Ngouela Silvere and Tsamo Etienne -- Inhibition of immunodeficiency type-1 virus (HIV-1) life cycle by medicinal plant extracts and plant-derived compounds / Roberto Gambari and Ilaria Lampronti -- Anticancer properties of saffron, Crocus sativus Linn. / José-Antonio Fernández -- Lead compounds and drug candidates from some Turkish plants for human health / İlkay Orhan and Bilge Şener -- Molecular design of multifunctional anti-Salmonella agents based on natural products / Isao Kubo, Ken-ichi Fujita, Ken-ichi Nihei and Aya Kubo -- Plant growth inhibitory activities by secondary metabolites isolated from Latin American flora / Carlos L Céspedes, Juan C Marín, Mariana Domínguez, J Guillermo Avila and Blanca Serrato -- Metabolomics : systematic studies of the metabolic profiling / Mahmud Tareq Hassan Khan and Arjumand Ather.
  • 2009 Springer
    Richard B. Gunderman.
  • 2015 Springer
    Melina R. Kibbe, Herbert Chen, editors.
    1. What is leadership? -- 2. Leadership in surgery -- 3. Are you ready to be a leader? The ontology of leadership -- 4. Leadership theories and styles -- 5. Leadership traits: are people born to lead? -- 6. Understanding emotional intelligence and its role in leadership -- 7. Common mistakes in leadership -- 8. Practical tips for developing leadership skills early in a career -- 9. Leading teams effectively: motivating and prioritizing work -- 10. How to manage difficult team members -- 11. How to effectively manage up -- 12. How to manage difficult situations and decisions: conflict resolution -- 13. Change management: how to effectively lead a cultural or organizational change -- 14. How culture influences leadership styles -- 15. Women as leaders in surgery -- 16. What does it mean to be an underrepresented minority leader in surgery? -- Index.
  • [Paula Gardner, Harry M. Rosenberg].
    Also available: Print – 1996
  • 2008 Springer
    Oliver Gassmann, Gerrit Reepmeyer, Maximilian von Zedtwitz.
  • Neil A. Grauer.
    1889-1939 : the first fifty years -- 1940-1988 : Hopkins Medicine moves into the modern era -- 1989-1993 : celebrations and changing of the guard -- 1994 -1998 : overcoming turmoil and addressing challenges -- 1999-2003 : tested to the limit, surmounting crises -- 2001-2011 : creating a new Johns Hopkins Medicine.
  • 2008 Springer
    Gunter Dueck.
    Lean brain : the greatest challenge of the future -- On the way to LBQ -- The automatic control of a lean brain system -- Inhibitors of LBQ and counteractive measures -- Stereotypical activity in the blood! -- Suggestions for concrete transformations of the world -- The metaphysics of lean brain thought -- Musoleum Germany -- Brain rest.
  • Sheryl Sandberg.
  • 2014 Springer
    Nilmini Wickramasinghe, Latif Al-Hakim, Chris Gonzalez, Joseph Tan, editors.
    A growing, aging population; the rise to epidemic proportions of various chronic diseases; competing, often overlapping medical technologies; and of course, skyrocketing costs compounded by waste and inefficiency - these are just a few of the multifarious challenges currently facing healthcare delivery. An unexpected source of solutions is being imported from the manufacturing sector: lean thinking. "Lean Principles for Healthcare" presents a conceptual framework, management principles, and practical tools for professionals tasked with designing and implementing modern, streamlined healthcare systems or overhauling faulty ones. Focusing on core components such as knowledge management, e-health, patient-centeredness, and collaborative care, chapters illustrate lean concepts in action across specialties (as diverse as nursing, urology, and emergency care) and around the globe. Extended case examples show health systems responding to consumer needs and provider realities with equal efficiency and effectiveness, and improved quality and patient outcomes. Further, contributors tackle the gamut of technological, medical, cultural, and business issues.
  • NLM
    Includes workbook: TOXNET & Beyond-- Using the National Library of Medicine® Environmental Health & Toxicology Portal.
  • 2008
    Ritschel, W. A.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2012 Springer
    Antonio Luna, Joan C. Vilanova, Pablo R. Ros (editors).
    This book is an ideal introduction to the use of radiology in imaging diseases of the liver, gallbladder and biliary system, pancreas, spleen, and gastrointestinal tract. Each of the ten chapters is devoted to a particular organ and contains ten illustrated case reports drawn from clinical practice. Common clinical situations and indications for imaging are reviewed, and clear descriptions are provided of the various imaging techniques that will assist in resolving diagnostic and therapeutic dilemmas. This book is recommended for medical students, residents, and inexperienced abdominal radiologists.
  • 2001 ScienceDirect
    edited by Christopher R. Wolfe.
  • 2014 Springer
    Charles C. Tseng, Xiaoli Yang.
    Learning Basic Genetics with Interactive Computer Programs is a comprehensive and interactive learning program that focuses on chromosome simulation and model building. It is intended to assist students in learning more about genetics with ease. The 11 modules of this program form an integrated system for learning the basic concepts of genetics. The program innovation lies in its unique content design that incorporates cognitive feedback and experiential learning through the novel use of interactive applications. Each of the modules is designed to enhance learning by simultaneously employing "eyes-on," "minds-on," and "hands-on" activities. Topics are motivated by questions, information is presented in simple terms, and concepts are clarified by interactive prompts. Used as a supplement to traditional lectures and textbook assignments, the program not only serves as a foundation upon which to build more complex and detailed topics, but as a tutor to clarify and guide when there is confusion. The software that accompanies this book has been shown to be an ideal tool for learning about genetics, which requires a combination of understanding, conceptualization, and practical experience.
  • Jesse Liberty and Brian MacDonald.
  • 2015 Springer
    Allen J. Taylor, Editor.
    The foundation of this handbook lies in the supremacy of careful, clinical observation in medicine. The science and application of auscultation, albeit not without its imperfections, represent a learnable, tangible, personal approach to assessment of the heart and remains crucial in medical practice. Today's medicine tends towards the high tech, discarding simple approaches that can and should steer clinicians towards when to utilize expensive testing, and at the most can, potentially, outperform technology for accurate cardiovascular diagnosis. Within a cost conscious, personalized approach to medicine, the art of clinical examination of the heart could never be more alive, or more important. Technology needs a clinically informed platform upon which to provide benefits to patients with careful clinical observation providing proper identification of patients in need of additional testing and avoiding unnecessary expensive testing. Learning Cardiac Auscultation: From Essentials to Expert Clinical Interpretation provides a clinically-oriented approach to the astute observation of heart sounds and other aspects of the cardiovascular examination. It describes key clinical and auscultation features, and clinical clues to the diagnosis. More importantly, auscultation of the heart should not just end with a simple diagnosis, but an unearthing of nuances of the diagnosis, for example, describing the possible severity or diagnostic implications of the auscultation findings.
  • 2010 Springer
    [edited by] R. Ribes ... [et al.].
  • 2013 Springer
    John C. Pedrozo Pupo (editor).
    Pleural and Pleural Space -- Diaphragm -- Mediastinum and Pulmonary Circulation -- Air Space and Bronchi - I -- Air Space and Bronchi - II -- Trachea and Airway -- Heart and Great Vessels -- Chest Wall and Soft Tissues -- Pulmonary Interstitium -- Medical Device and Monitoring of the Chest.
  • 2008 Springer
    R. Ribes, A. Luna, P.R. Ros. (eds.) ; with contributions by L. Alcala Mata ... [et al.].
  • v. 1-4, 1965-71.
    [Jerome Hellmuth, editor].
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  • 2010
    Casey M. Lindberg.
    The story of old age is not one of pure loss. Indeed, old age represents a time of certain cognitive decline in some domains, but also a time of growth and stability in others. Wisdom, maturity, expertise, and emotional regulation show improvements across adulthood. Goals also shift over the life span, from those aimed at gaining information and preparing for the future to emotionally meaningful pursuits later in life. These differences lead to goal-consistent cognitive biases in the young and the old. Younger people attend to negative information more than positive information. Older adults attend to positive information more than negative information. This developmental shift, called the positivity effect, is presumably adaptive in a life-span context. Yet either set of chronically activated goals can be maladaptive in certain contexts. Because the positivity effect is malleable -- influenced by the way task relevant goals are structured -- it may be possible to frame information in ways that reduce biases in young and old. The present program of research aims to show how biases can be reduced when participants are given information about relevant research findings and have the necessary psychological tools to adjust their behavior accordingly. No previous work has investigated the impact of disclosing information about the positivity effect directly to participants. Such an informed debiasing attempt could prove fruitful for future attempts to educate the public about their own attentional biases. Study 1 demonstrates the positivity effect in a picture recall task; Study 2 adds images to an existing image set in order to more accurately study debiasing of the positivity effect in future studies; Study 3 demonstrates that people are generally unaware of the positivity effect; Study 4 demonstrates that simple information disclosure about the positivity effect is insufficient to change participants' behavior on a picture presentation/recall task and a health care decision task; Study 5 demonstrates that participants' motivation to change is key to behavior change.
  • 2012 Springer
    Joan C. Vilanova, Antonio Luna, Pablo R. Ros (editors).
    This introduction to genitourinary and pelvic radiology is a further volume in the Learning Imaging series. Written in a case-based format, the book is subdivided into ten chapters: kidney; adrenal gland; urinary bladder, collecting system and urethra; prostate and seminal vesicles; scrotum; obstetrics; uterus; cervix and vagina; adnexa and retroperitoneum. Genitourinary radiology has undergone a tremendous change owing to advances in ultrasound, CT and MRI that have redefined our understanding of genitourinary and pelvic pathology. Each chapter includes an introduction and ten case studies with illustrations and comments from anatomical, physiopathological and radiological standpoints and with bibliographic recommendations. Learning Genitourinary and Pelvic Imaging will be of value for radiologists, radiology residents, medical students and anybody else working in genitourinary and pelvic pathology.Learning Imaging is a unique case-based series for those in professional education in general and for physicians in particular.
  • Shelley Powers.
  • 2010 Springer
    R. Ribes, J.C. Vilanova (eds.).
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    2006 ProQuest Safari
    Seyed M.M. "Saied" Tahaghoghi and Hugh E. Williams.
  • 2013
    Bokyung Choi.
    Learning networks from experimental evidence is an important problem to understand many biological systems. With the help of recent technological developments, such as high dimensional flow cytometry and gene expression arrays, a large amount of quality data are available for the task. Many different approaches exist, to model and learn biological networks from such data. Among those, we have developed methods for probabilistic models and differential equation models. The first part of this paper will cover our research on the Gaussian network model learning and its application to recover signal transduction networks. We develop a fast algorithm to learn Gaussian networks from data, based on a novel heuristic. We show that this algorithm can be extended to handle difficult situations such as non-Gaussian noise as well as limited number of simultaneous measurements. The performance of the algorithm against the standard alarm network is showed. Finally we apply the method to learn signal transduction networks from single cell level multi- channel flow cytometry data. We show that the method can recover networks with limited number of channels and non-Gaussian measurement noise. The second part will cover our research on the dynamical model of gene regulation. In this model, gene regulation is represented with differential equations in rational forms. We show that this type of model is able to reflect complex behaviors of gene regulation, compared to other existing models. Reconstucting the structure and parameters of such dynamical model is not triv- ial, given that limited measurability of gene expression. We develop a novel method to recover networks from measurements at so-called perturbed equilibrium. We show that this method can reconstruct gene regulatory networks with well-established ex- perimental designs. Model benchmark based on simulation data will be presented.
  • 2012 Springer
    Francisco de Asís Bravo-Rodríguez, Rocío Díaz-Aguilera, Luis Celso Hygino da Cruz Jr. (editors).
  • 2011 Springer
    María I. Martínez León, Luisa Ceres Ruiz, Juan E. Gutiérrez (Editors).
    Tumoral neurology [cases]: Pilocytic astrocytoma -- Pilomyxoid astrocytoma -- Ependymoma -- Infrequent presentation of medulloblastoma -- Brainstem tumors -- Choroid plexus tumors -- Atypical teratoid/rhabdoid tumor of the CNS -- Glioblastoma -- Rhabdomyosarcoma -- Pineoblastoma -- Tumoral and non-tumoral neurology [cases]: Nasal chondromesenchymal hamartoma -- Pleomorphic xanthoastrocytoma -- Desmoplastic infantile ganglioglioma -- Dysembryoplastic neuroepithelial tumor of the pellucidum (DNET SP) -- CNS langerhans cell histiocytosis -- Hemangioma of infancy -- Vascular lesion of the face -- Retinoblastoma -- Tuberous sclerosis -- Neurofibromatosis type 1 -- Non-tumoral neurology [cases]: Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis -- Multiple sclerosis -- Posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome -- Focal cortical dysplasia -- CNS takayasu arteritis -- Premamilar ventriculostomy -- Bilateral cystic microphthalmia (Bilateral cystic eye) -- Tuberculous meningitis -- Spinal epidural abscess -- Mitochondrial myopathy, encephalopathy, lactic acidosis, and stoke (MELAS) syndrome -- Thorax [cases]: Parapneumonic pleural effusion -- Primary pulmonary tuberculosis -- Viral infections -- Pulmonary aspergillosis -- Cystic fibrosis -- Cystic pleuropulmonary blastoma -- Endobronchial tumor: mucoepidermoid carcinoma -- Pulmonary artery sling -- Partial anomalous pulmonary venous return -- Coarctation of the aorta -- Non-tumoral abdomen [cases]: Intussusception -- Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis -- Mesenteric lymphadenopathy in children -- Acute appendiciis -- Inflammatory bowel disease -- Pancreatic trauma -- Focal nodular hyperplasia -- Ascariasis -- Congenital imperforate hymen with hydrocolpos -- Intrauterine spermatic cord torsion -- Tumoral abdomen [cases]: Neuroblastoma -- Hepatoblastoma -- Infantile hemangioendothelioma of the liver -- Endodermal sinus tumors (Yolk sac tumors) -- Adrenocortical tumors -- Hodgkin's lymphoma -- Non-Hodgkin lymphoma -- Hepatosplenic candidiasis in acute lymphoblastic leukemia -- Cystic testicular teratoma -- Ovarian tumor (Yolk sac tumor) -- Genitourinary [cases]: Wilms' tumor -- Fetal rhabdomyomatous nephroblastoma -- Mesoblastic nephroma -- Malignant rhabdoid tumor of the kidney -- Megacystis-microcolon-intestinal hypoperistalsis -- Ossifying renal tumor of infancy -- Xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis -- Ureteral duplications -- Renal trauma -- Renal candidiasis -- Musculoskeletal [cases]: Legg-calve-perthes disease -- Perisciatic pyomyositis -- Chronic recurrent multifocal osteomyelitis -- Spondylodiscitis -- Septic arthritis of the hip -- Lipoblastoma -- Osteosarcoma -- Ewing's sarcoma -- Lumbar Ewing's sarcoma -- Granulocytic sarcoma -- Neonatal [cases]: Surfactant deficiency disease -- Bronchogenic cyst -- Localized persistent pulmonary interstitial emphysema -- Posthemorrhagic hydrocephalus in the preterm infant -- Hypoxoic-ischemic encephalopathy -- Cerebral sinovenous thrombosis in neonates -- Disseminated cerebral candidiasis in preterm infants -- Necrotizing enterocolitis -- Midgut volvulus -- Portal calcification seondary to umbilical vein catheterization -- Fetal [cases]: Fetal open-lip schizencephaly -- Classic lissencephaly -- Fetal thyrocervical teratoma -- Congenital cystic andemoatoid malformation, type II -- Congenital diaphragmatic hernia -- Multicystic dysplasia of the kidney -- Fetal posterior urethral valves -- Fetal jejunal atresia -- Prune belly syndrome (Eagle-Barrett syndrome) -- Gastroschisis.
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    2008 ProQuest Safari
    Randal L. Schwartz, Tom Phoenix, and Brian D. Foy.
  • 2007 ProQuest Safari
    by Michele E. Davis and Jon A. Phillips.
  • 2007 ProQuest Safari
    Mark Lutz.
  • 2016 ClinicalKey
    William Herring, MD, FACR, Vice Chairman and Residency Program Director, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Simon St. Laurent and Edd Dumbill.
  • 2007 ProQuest Safari
    Michael Fitzgerald.
  • 2005 ProQuest Safari
    Alan Beaulieu.
  • 2005 ProQuest Safari
    Cameron Newham.
  • 2002 ProQuest Safari
    Arnold Robbins and Bill Rosenblatt.
  • 2002 ProQuest Safari
    Jerry Peek, John Strang, Grace Todino-Gonguet.
  • 2012
    Dale H. Schunk.
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    "An essential resource for understanding the main principles, concepts, and research findings of key learning theories -especially as they relate to education-this proven text blends theory, research, and applications throughout, providing its readers with a coherent and unified perspective on learning in educational settings."--Publisher's description.
  • 2015 Springer
    Jeffrey L. Houpt, Roderick W. Gilkey, Susan H. Ehringhaus.
  • 2010
    [edited by] Francis A. Neelon, E. Harvey Estes, Andrew G. Wallace.
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    Passing on the Stead legacy / Andrew G. Wallace -- The patient is the focus of doctoring / Francis A. Neelon -- Learning is a community affair / E. Harvey Estes -- We learn most when we ourselves teach / Earl N. Metz -- Thinking trumps memorization : the lesson on attending rounds? / Joseph C. Greenfield, Jr. -- Brain sorting in the 21st century / Galen S. Wagner -- Teachers of medicine and their students / Harold R. Silberman -- Summing up the symposium / Francis A. Neelon, E. Harvey Estes, Andrew G. Wallace.
  • 2012 Springer
    Jose Luís del Cura, Pedro Seguí, Carlos Nicolau (editors).
    Abdominal ultrasound / Carlos Nicolau, Pedro Seguí, Jose Luís del Cura, Blanca Paño -- Woman's imaging / Jose Luís del Cura, Pedro Seguí, Rosa Zabala, Martín Velasco -- Musculoskeletal ultrasound / Angel Bueno, Jose Martel, Ana Sanz -- Small parts / Pedro Seguí, Elena Elizagaray, Carlos Nicolau -- Thorax / Rosa Zabala, Jose Luís del Cura -- Pediatrics / Fermín Sáez, Elena Elizagaray, José Martel -- Vascular / Blanca Paño, Pedro Seguí -- Contrast ultrasound / Teresa Fontanilla, Carlos Nicolau, Javier Minaya -- Interventional ultrasound / Jose Luís del Cura, Rosa Zabala, Igone Korta.
  • 2010 Springer
    by José J. Muñoz and Ramón Ribes.
    This book is an introduction to interventional radiology. Written in a case-based format, the book is subdivided into ten chapters made up of ten vascular and non-vascular interventional radiology cases. Each case contains illustrations and legends describing the imaging findings and technical details of each intervention, comments from anatomical, physiopathological and radiological standpoints, as well as a description of the interventional procedure and the required interventional devices. The book is aimed at vascular and non-vascular interventional radiologists, vascular surgeons, radiology.
  • 2003 ProQuest Safari
    Jesse Liberty.
    Visual Basic.NET and .NET programming -- Getting started with VB.NET -- Object-oriented programming -- Visual studio .NET -- VB.NET language fundamentals -- Branching -- Operators -- Classes and objects -- Inside methods -- Basic debugging -- Inheritance and polymorphism -- Structures -- Interfaces -- Arrays -- Collection interfaces and types -- Strings -- Throwing and catching exceptions - Applications and events -- Afterword.
  • 2003 ProQuest Safari
    Erik T. Ray.
  • Aaron Reed.
  • Google Books
    par M. Loeper.
    Also available: Print – 1922-
  • 2014 Springer Protocols
    edited by Jun Hirabayashi.
  • 2008
    Huon H. Gray, Keith D. Dawkins, John M. Morgan, Iain A. Simpson ; with a foreword by A. John Camm.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Taking a cardiovascular history -- Examination of the cardiovascular system -- The electrocardiogram -- Imaging -- Hypertension -- Coronary heart disease -- Thrombosis in cardiovascular disease -- The myocardium -- Heart failure -- Valvular heart disease -- The endocardium -- The pericardium -- Electrophysiology -- Cardiopulmonary resuscitation -- Diseases of the aorta -- Pulmonary hypertension and pulmonary thromboembolism -- Pregnancy and the heart -- Congenital heart disease -- Heart disease in the elderly -- Cardiac tumours -- Surgery and anaesthesia -- Cardiology, the law and occupation.
  • 2008
    Carl L. Gwinnutt.
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    Assessment and preparation for surgery -- The principles of anaesthesia -- The practice of anaesthesia -- Postanaesthesia care -- Recognition and management of the acutely ill patient on the ward -- Management of the critically ill patient.
  • 2007
    Robin Graham-Brown, Tony Burns.
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    Structure and function of the skin, hair and nails -- Approach to the diagnosis of dermatological disease -- Bacterial and viral infections -- Fungal infections -- Ectoparasite infections -- Acne, acneiform eruptions and rosacea -- Eczema -- Psoriasis -- Benign and malignant skin tumours -- Naevi -- Inherited disorders -- Pigmentary disorders -- Disorders of the hair and nails -- Bullous disorders -- Miscellaneous erythematous and papulosquamous disorders and light-induced skin diseases -- Vascular disorders -- Connective tissue disorders -- Pruritus -- Systemic disease and the skin -- Skin and the psyche -- Cutaneous drug reactions -- Treatment of skin disease.
  • 2014 ebrary
    Ray Clarke.
    "In Diseases of the Ear, Nose and Throat Lecture Notes, 11th edition you will find everything on the topic that could crop up in a clinic or teaching session. This little gem of a book is clearly laid out with colour photographs and illustrations, is broken down into intuitive chapters and sections, and contains treatment boxes, all of which help those key concepts stick"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2007
    Peter Bull, Ray Clarke.
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  • 2006
    Chris Moulton, David Yates.
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    The principles of emergency medicine -- Major trauma and multiple injuries -- Head injuries -- The neck and the back -- Facial injuries -- Injuries to the trunk -- The lower limb -- The upper limb -- The hand -- Burns -- Cardiac arrest and cardiac dysrhythmias -- Chest pain -- Respiratory distress -- Collapse and sudden illness - Poisoning -- Abdominal pain -- Obstetric, gynaecological, genitourinary and perineal problems - Children's problems in the emergency department -- The disturbed patient -- Medicolegal aspects of emergency medicine -- Small wounds and localized infections -- Ophthalmic, ENT and facial conditions.
  • 2009
    authored by, N.C. Hughes-Jones, S.N. Wickramasinghe, C.S.R. Hatton.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Normal haemoglobin, blood cells, and haemopoiesis -- Anaemia and polycythaemia: general considerations -- Haemolytic anaemias -- Iron metabolism, iron deficiency anaemia, other hypochromic microcytic anaemias, and iron overload -- Macrocytosis and macrocytic anaemia -- Conditions causing white cell abnormalities -- Structure and function of lymphoid tissue -- Lymphomas: general principles -- Classification of lymphoma -- Hodgkin's lymphoma and some of the commoner clinical entities of non-Hodgkin's lymphomas, including ALL and CLL -- Myeloma and other paraproteinaemias -- Neoplastic disorders of myeloid cells -- Bone marrow transplantation -- Aplastic anaemia and pure red cell aplasia -- Haemostasis, abnormal bleeding, and anticoagulant therapy -- Blood transfusion and haemolytic disease of the newborn -- Basic haematological techniques and reference ranges.
  • 2007
    edited by Ole H. Petersen.
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    Cell physiology -- Cellular communication -- Introduction to the nervous system -- Signalling in the nervous system -- Muscle -- Sensory systems -- Special senses -- Motor system -- Higher nervous functions -- Pain -- Endocrine system -- Reproduction -- Blood -- Introduction to the cardiovascular system -- Cardiovascular system--the heart -- Vascular system -- Cardiovascular regulation, regional circulation and circulatory adjustments -- Respiration -- Digestive system -- Kidney -- Fluid and electrolyte balance -- Energy metabolism -- Temperature regulation -- Exercise.
  • 2007
    John R. Bradley, David R. Johnson, Barbara R. Pober.
  • 2007
    Tom Elliott, Tony Worthington, Husam Osman, Martin Gill.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Basic bacteriology : structure -- Basic bacteriology : physiology -- Basic bacteriology : genetics -- Classification of bacteria -- Staphylococci -- Streptococci and enterococcci -- Clostridia -- Other gram-positive bacteria -- Gram-negative cocci -- Enterobacteriaceae -- Parvobacteri -- Pseudomonas and other aerobic gram-negative bacilli -- Campylobacter, helicobacter, and vibrios -- Treponema, borrelia, and leptospira -- Gram-negative anaerobic bacteria -- Mycobacteria -- Chlamydiae, rickettsiaceae, mycoplasma -- Basic virology -- Major virus groups -- Basic mycology and classification of fungi -- Parasitology : protozoa -- Parasitology : metazoa (helminths) -- Host-parasite relationships -- Diagnostic laboratory methods -- Epidemiology and prevention of infection -- Management of infections -- Immunisation -- Sterilisation and disinfection -- Antibacterial agents -- Antifungal agents -- Antiviral agents -- Upper respiratory tract infections -- Lower respiratory tract infections -- Gastrointestinal infections -- Liver and biliary tract infections -- Urinary tract infections -- Genital infections (including sexually transmitted diseases) -- Infections of central nervous system -- Septicaemia and bacteraemia -- Device-related infections -- Drug-resistant microorganisms -- Cardiovascular infections -- Bone and joint infections -- Skin and soft-tissue infections -- Infections in the compromised host -- Perinatal and congenital infections -- Human immunodeficiency viruses -- Miscellaneous viral infections.
  • 2010
    Lionel Ginsberg.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Neurological history-taking -- Consciousness -- Cognitive function -- Vision and other cranial nerves -- Motor function -- Sensation -- Autonomic function -- Investigating the patient -- Headache and facial pain -- Epilepsy -- Stroke -- Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders -- Neurosurgical topics : head injury and brain tumour -- Neurological infections -- Spinal conditions -- Multiple sclerosis -- Nerve and muscle -- Development and degeneration -- Neurology and other medical specialties -- Neurological emergencies -- Neurorehabilitation.
  • 2009
    Diana Hamilton-Fairley.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Basic science -- The woman as a patient -- Puberty and menstrual problems of young women -- Subfertility -- Pregnancy prevention -- Benign diseases, genital tract infections and sexual problems -- The mother and fetus in pregnancy -- Bleeding in pregnancy -- The antenatal period -- Diseases of pregnancy -- Diseases in pregnancy -- Normal labour -- Abnormal labour -- Puerperium -- The newborn -- Abnormal vaginal blood loss -- Pelvic pain -- Breast disease -- Screening for gynaecological cancer -- Malignant gynaecological conditions -- The menopause -- Pelvic floor disorders -- Statistics of reproductive medicine.
  • 2007
    Bruce James, Chris Chew, Anthony Bron.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Anatomy -- History and examination -- Clinical optics -- The orbit -- The eyelids -- The lacrimal system -- Conjuctiva, cornea and sclera -- The lens and cataract -- Uveitis -- Glaucoma -- Retina and choroid -- Retinal vascular disease --The pupil and its responses -- The visual pathway -- Eye movements and their disorders -- Trauma -- Tropical ophthalmology : eye diseases in the developing world -- Symptoms of eye disease -- Services for the visually handicapped -- Clinical cases -- Useful references.
  • 2010
    T. Duckworth, C.M. Blundell.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Musculoskeletal structures and function -- Soft tissue injuries and healing -- Nerve injuries and repair -- Fractures and healing -- Fractures : principles of management -- Complications of fractures -- Major trauma -- Congenital malformations -- Generalised orthopaedic conditions -- Inflammatory conditions -- Degenerative conditions -- Neoplastic conditions of bone and soft tissue -- Infections -- Metabolic diseases of bone -- Examination of the musculoskeletal system -- The forearm, wrist, and hand -- The elbow -- The shoulder and upper arm -- The spine -- The pelvis -- The hip and thigh -- The knee and lower leg -- The foot and ankle -- Orthopaedic techniques.
  • 2010
    Pradip R. Patel.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Respiratory tract -- Cardiovascular system -- Gastrointestinal tract -- Liver and pancreas -- Urinary tract -- Musculoskeletal system -- Trauma -- Paediatrics -- Obstetrics and gynaecology -- Neuroradiology -- Specific radiological investigations -- Film-viewing hints.
  • 2015 Springer
    Gab Kovacs, Paula Briggs.
    Part 1. Introduction -- 1. Basic Physiology- The Menstrual Cycle -- 2. Basic Embryology- The Development of the Foetus -- 3. Basic Genetics for the Obstetrician -- 4. The Gynaecological History and Examination -- 5. The Obstetric History and Examination.- Part 2: Gynaecology -- 6. An Outline of How to Think About Each Gynaecological Syndrome -- 7. Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding (AUB) -- 8. Endometriosis.- 9. Perlvic Organ Prolapse (POP).- 10. Urinary problems -- 11. Gynaecological Cancers- 12. Ovarian Cysts -- 13. Fibroids- Fibroleiomyomata -- 14. Termination of Pregnancy (TOP) -- 15. Contraception -- 16. Subfertility -- 17. Polycystic Ovaries (PCO) and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) -- 18. Menopause -- 19. Psychosexual Problems.- Part 3: Obstetrics -- 20. Antenatal Care -- 21. The Labour -- 22. Multiple pregnancy -- 23. Malpresentation- 24. Early Pregnancy Loss and Ectopic Pregnancy -- 25. Antepartum Haemorrhage (APH) -- 26. Post Partum Haemorrhage (PPH) -- 27. Hypertension in Pregnancy, Gestational Hypertension, Pre Eclampsia, Eclampsia and HELLP Syndrome -- 28. Intrauterine growth restriction -- 29. Infections during pregnancy- Varicella, Herpes, Cytomegalovirus, Toxoplasma, Listeria, Group B Streptococcus -- 30. Endocrine Disease and Pregnancy- Thyroid Disorders and Diabetes -- 31. Medical Conditions- Cardiac Disease, Thrombophilias, Rhesus Immunisation -- 32. Postnatal Care.
  • v. 1, pt. A-<B>, <1982>
    edited by Andrus Viidik.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    v. 1, pt. A-B. On biology of ageing.
  • 2014 Springer
    Fiona Roberts, Chee Koon Thum.
    Completely revised and updated, this well-illustrated and practically-oriented text has retained its general layout and style and division into specimen-type based chapters. The visual image remains key to explaining the pathological processes and this is facilitated by full colour photography throughout the text. The book emphasizes pertinent recent advances which augment the morphological study of disease. There is updated information on clinically important aspects, immunohistochemistry, tumour cytogenetics and molecular biology. Illustrations include macro specimens, microscopic specimens and illustrations of additional techniques - immunohistochemistry, molecular analyses and electron microscopy - to help both the pathologist and ophthalmologist understand the process that a specimen must go through prior to producing a report and how these various techniques help to refine the diagnosis. The third edition of Lee's Ophthalmic Histopathology is an invaluable reference source for ophthalmic pathologists, general pathologists and ophthalmologists.
  • 2016 Springer
    Jacqueline Saw, Saibal Kar and Matthew J. Price, editors.
    This book provides a comprehensive overview of state-of-the-art left atrial appendage (LAA) closure, covering epidemiology of atrial fibrillation and stroke, LAA anatomy, surgical approaches, imaging for LAA closure, LAA closure procedure, and post-procedural management. LAA closure is a rapidly emerging field in stroke prevention for patients with atrial fibrillation. Several percutaneous and surgical devices are now available in many countries, including WATCHMAN, Amplatzer Cardiac Plug and Amulet, and LARIAT devices, and many more are in clinical development and are being evaluated in research trials. As LAA closure is a technically challenging procedure, detailed knowledge of the rationale, anatomy, and technical approach of this modality guides clinicians in patient selection and facilitates procedural success. Left Atrial Appendage Closure is a valuable resource for interventional cardiologists, electrophysiologists, echocardiographers, radiographers, fellows, and residents in guiding the management of patients prior to, during, and following LAA closure. .
  • 2009 Springer
    Corrado Tamburino ; in collaboration with Maria Elena Di Salvo, Alessio La Manna, Davide Capodanno.
  • 2007 Springer
    M.L. López-Gracia and M.A. Ros.
  • 2008 Springer
    Jesper Hoffmeyer, editor.
    Introduction: Bateson the precursor / Jesper Hoffmeyer -- Angels fear revisited: Gregory Bateson's cybernetic theory of mind applied to religion-science debates / Mary Catherine Bateson -- From thing to relation. On Bateson's bioanthropology / Jesper Hoffmeyer -- What connects the map to the territory? / Tyrone Cashman -- The pattern which connects pleroma to creatura: the autocell bridge from physics to life / Terrence Deacon and Jeremy Sherman -- Bateson's method: double description. What is it? How does it work? What do we learn? / Julie Hui, Tyrone Cashman, and Terrence Deacon -- Gregory Bateson's relevance to current molecular biology / Luis Emilio Bruni -- Process ecology: creatura at large in an open universe / Robert E. Ulanowicz -- Connections in action - bridging implicit and explicit domains / Teresa S.S. Shilhab and Christian Gerlach -- Bateson: biology with meaning / Brian Goodwin -- Gregory Bateson's "uncovery" of ecological aesthetics / Peter Harries-Jones -- Collapsing the wave function of meaning: the epistemological matrix of talk-in-interaction / Donald Favareau -- Re-enchanting evolution: transcending fundamentalisms through a mythopoetic epistemology / Gregory Mengel -- Bateson and Peirce on the pattern that connects and the sacred / Søren Brier -- Bateson, Peirce and the sign of the sacred / Deborah Eicher-Catt.
  • 2007 Thieme eNeurosurgery
    edited by Aaron A. Cohen-Gadol, Dennis D. Spencer.
    Pituitary tumors and other parasellar region masses -- Gliomas and other "malignant" tumors -- Meningiomas -- Cerebral aneurysms and arteriovenous malformations -- Spinal tumors -- Posterior fossa tumors and other pathologies -- Special illustrations, additional operative sketches, teaching slides, and operating room photographs.
  • 2007
    American College of Legal Medicine Textbook Committee ; S. Sandy Sanbar, editor ; Marvin H. Firestone, deputy editor ; Sal Fiscina ... [et al.] past president.
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  • v. 1-<2>, 1989-<1990>
    edited by Max Borten and Emanuel A. Friedman.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2007
    edited by Jamie Bartram ... [et al.].
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2013 Springer Protocols
    edited by Carmen Buchrieser, Hubert Hilbi.
    Identification of Legionella in the environment / Natalia A. Kozak, Claressa E. Lucas, and Jonas M. Winchell -- Identification of Legionella in clinical samples / Sophie Jarraud [and others] -- Sequence-based identification of Legionella / Rodney M. Ratcliff -- Investigation of outbreaks : epidemiology / Carol Joseph -- Outbreak investigations and identification of Legionella in contaminated water / Susanne Lee and John Lee -- Typing methods for Legionella / Christian Lück [and others] -- Culturing, media, and handling of Legionella / Christa H. Chatfield and Nicholas P. Cianciotto -- Intracellular metabolism of Legionella by isotopologue profiling / Klaus Heuner and Wolfgang Eisenreich -- Induction of competence for natural transformation in Legionella pneumophila and exploitation for mutant construction / Carmen Buchrieser and Xavier Charpentier -- Constructing unmarked gene deletions in Legionella pneumophila / Andrew Bryan, Zachary D. Abbott, and Michele S. Swanson -- Natural biofilm formation with Legionella pneumophila / Emilie Portier and Yann Hechard -- Production of L. pneumophila monospecies biofilms in a low-nutrient-concentration medium / Sophie Pécastaings and Christine Roques -- Enrichment of outer membrane vesicles shed by Legionella pneumophila / Jens Jäger and Michael Steinert -- Analysis of Legionella infection by flow cytometry / André N. Tiaden, Aline Kessler, and Hubert Hilbi -- Analysis of Legionella infection using RNAi in Drosophila cells / Dennise A. De Jesús, Tamara J. O'Connor, and Ralph R. Isberg -- Immunofluorescence imaging of Legionella infection in vitro / Stefan S. Weber and Annette Oxenius -- Electron microscopy of Legionella and Legionella-infected cells / Gary Faulkner and Rafael A. Garduño -- Pathogen vacuole purification from Legionella-infected amoeba and macrophages / Christine Hoffmann, Ivo Finsel, and Hubert Hilbi -- Methods for determining protein translocation by the Legionella pneumophila Dot/Icm type IV secretion system / Wenhan Zhu and Zhao-Qing Luo -- Subcellular localization of Legionella Dot/Icm effectors / Adam J. Vogrin [and others] -- Purification and characterization of Legionella U-box-type E3 ubiquitin ligase / Hiroki Nagai and Tomoko Kubori -- Legionella phospholipases implicated in infection : determination of enzymatic activities / Kathleen Seipel and Antje Flieger -- Interactions of Legionella effector proteins with host phosphoinositide lipids / Stephen Weber, Stephanie Dolinsky, and Hubert Hilbi -- Characterization of Legionella lipopolysaccharide / Christian Lück and Jürgen H. Helbig -- Tetrahymena and acanthamoeba model system / Sharon G. Berk and Rafael A. Garduño -- Dictyostelium host response to Legionella infection : strategies and assays / Salvatore Bozzaro, Barbara Peracino, and Ludwig Eichinger -- Caenorhabditis elegans model of Legionella infection / Ann Karen C. Brassinga and Costi D. Sifri -- Infection of nonphagocytic host cells by Legionella / Shandra R. Day, Costi D. Sifri, and Paul S. Hoffman -- Analyzing caspase-1 activation during Legionella pneumophila infection in macrophages / Christopher L. Case and Craig R. Roy -- Mouse as a model for pulmonary Legionella infection / Juliana I. Hori and Dario S. Zamboni -- Assessment of Legionella-specific immunity in mice / Stefan S. Weber, Nicole Joller, and Annette Oxenius -- Guinea pig model of legionnaires' disease / Paul H. Edelstein -- Human susceptibility to legionnaires' disease / William R. Berrington and Thomas R. Hawn -- cDNA library construction for next-generation sequencing to determine the transcriptional landscape of Legionella pneumophila / Tobias Sahr and Carmen Buchrieser -- Methods to study Legionella transcriptome in vitro and in vivo / Sebastien P. Faucher and Howard A. Shuman -- Co-immunoprecipitation : protein-RNA and protein-DNA interaction / Tobias Sahr and Carmen Buchrieser -- Identification of Legionella effectors using bioinformatic approaches / Gil Segal.
  • 2008 Springer
    Paul Hoffman, Herman Friedman, Mauro Bendinelli.
  • 2013 Springer Protocols
    edited by Ray J. Rose.
    Featuring current resources used to discover new legume family genes and to understand genes and their interactions, Legume Genomics: Methods and Protocols provides techniques from expert researchers to study these plants that are so vitally important for food, feed, human nutrition, bioenergy, and industrial purposes. This detailed volume covers genome characterization and analysis, transcriptome analysis and miRNA identification/analysis, forward and reverse genetics, molecular markers, as well as transformation strategies used to investigate gene function and many other topics. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series format, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Authoritative and useful, Legume Genomics: Methods and Protocols aims to serve plant molecular biologists, molecular breeders, plant physiologists and biochemists, developmental biologists, and those interested in plant-microbe interactions.
  • v. 3, 1957.
    dargestellt unter Bevorzugung funktioneller Zusammenhänge ; begründet von Alfred Benninghoff ; hrsg. und bearb. von Kurt Goerttler.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Bd. 1. Allgemeine Anatomie und Bewegungsapparat -- Bd. 2. Eingeweide -- Bd. 3. Nervensystem, Haut und Sinnesorgane.
  • Google Books
    Zeissl, H.
    Also available: Print – 1864-
  • v. 3, 1951-.
    Schaltenbrand, Georges.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    [T. 3] Die Nervenkrankheiten.
  • Google Books
    Landois, L.; Rosemann, Hans, Ulrich; Rosemann, R.
    Also available: Print – 1885.
  • Google Books
    Landois, L.; Rosemann, Hans Ulrich; Rosemann, R.
    Also available: Print – 1887.
  • v. 1-3, 1938-41.
    von Eduard Kaufmann.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    2. Bd., 1. T., 1. Lfg. Knochen, Gelenke, Muskeln, Sehnen, Sehnenscheiden, Schleimbeutel. Anhang: Literaturangaben -- 2. Bd., 1. T., 2. Lfg. Geschlechtsorgane. Anhang: Literaturangaben -- 2. Bd., 1. T., 3. Lfg. Harnorgane (Niere und ableitende Harnwege einschliesslich Harnröhre).
  • Google Books
    von S. Jessner.
    1. Bd. Hautleiden und Kosmetik (xvi, 391 p., 31 col. plates) -- 2. Bd. Geschlechtsleiden (viii, 344 p., 22 col. plates). 1. Bd. Hautleiden und Kosmetik.
    Also available: Print – v. 1-2., 1913-
  • v. 1-2, 1930-41.
    von Dr. Alfred Vogt ...
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • Google Books
    von Jacob Wolff.
    Also available: Print – 1907-
  • 2010 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Richard T. Hoppe, Theodore Locke Phillips, Mack Roach, III.
    Section I. Radiation biology and physics -- Section II. Imaging -- Section III. Radiation oncology -- Part 1. Central nervous system -- Part 2. Head and neck tumors -- Part 3. Tumors of the thorax -- Part 4. Gastrointestinal tumors -- Part 5. Urologic tumors -- Part 6. Gynecologic tumors -- Part 7. Pediatric tumors -- Part 8. Cancer of the breast -- Part 9. Adult sarcomas -- Part 10. Lymphomas -- Part 11. Ocular cancer -- Part 12. Skin cancer -- Part 13. Benign disease -- Section IV. Emerging radiation modalities.
    Also available: Print – 2010
  • 2013 Springer
    Awanish Kumar.
    Leishmania-related illnesses remain among the world s deadliest neglected tropical diseases, affecting approximately 12 million people in 88 countries. The mortality rate is substantial, contributing to nearly two million disability-adjusted life years. As more is understood about this parasite and its effects, work toward prevention, control, and treatment continues apace. Leishmania and Leishmaniasis will address the parasite and its attendant disease, which manifests in three syndromes: Visceral (VL), Cutaneous (CL) and Mucocutaneous Leishmaniasis (ML). The morphology and life cycles of the various species will be among the topics addressed in Part One. Part Two will focus on immunology, including host-immune response to Leishmania infection, cross-immunity between the different species and adoptive transfer of immunity. Parts Three and Four will address how Leishmania invade and survive, the clinical features of the disease, and its diagnosis. Drugs, vaccines and treatment will be thoroughly explored, including experimental models of therapeutics. Leishmania and Leishmaniasis will provide a thorough examination of a parasite, the illnesses it causes and the misery it continues to visit upon large segments of the population.
  • 2006 Springer
    ed. by Lisa Gould and Michelle L. Sauther.
    Lemur origins, history of ecological studies on lemurs, and the ecology of the recently extinct (subfossil) lemurs -- Origin of the Malagasy strepsirhine primates / Ian Tattersall -- Notes on the history of ecological studies of Malagasy lemurs / Alison Jolly and R.W. Sussman -- Ecology and extinction of Madagascar's subfossil lemurs / Laurie R. Godfrey, William L. Jungers, and Gary T. Schwartz -- The evolution of lemur traits, basic and unusual patterns -- Impact of ecology on the teeth of extant lemurs : a review of dental adaptations, function, and life history / Frank P. Cuozzo and Nayuta Yamashita -- Big is beautiful : fat storage and hibernation as a strategy to cope with marked seasonality in the fat-tailed dwarf lemur (Cheirogaleus medius) / Joanna Fietz and K.H. Dausmann -- Polyspecific associations of crowned lemurs and Sanford's lemurs in Madagascar / Benjamin Z. Freed -- Cathemerality in lemurs / Deborah J. Curtis -- Adaptations in the aye-aye : a review / Eleanor J. Sterling and Erin E. McCreless -- Connecting ecology and adaptation : summaries and new studies -- Evolutionary divergence in the brown lemur species complex / Steig E. Johnson -- Ecological diversity and seasonal adaptations of mouse lemurs (Microcebus spp.) / Ute Radespiel -- Social pair-bonding and resource defense in wild red-bellied lemurs (Eulemur rubriventer) / Deborah J. Overdorff and Stacey R. Tecot -- Lemur catta ecology : what we know and what we need to know / Lisa Gould -- Impact of seasonality and reproduction on social structure, ranging patterns, and fission-fusion social organization in red ruffed lemurs / Natalie Vasey -- Ecologically enigmatic lemurs : the sifakas of the eastern forests (Propithecus candidus, P. diadema, P. edwardsi, P. perrieri, P. tattersalli) / Mitchell T. Irwin -- Behavioral and ecological adaptations in two small folivorous lemurs with different social organization : Avahi and Lepilemur / Urs Thalmann -- The feeding ecology and related adaptations of Indri indri / Joyce A. Powzyk and Christopher B. Mowry -- Behavior and ecology of gentle lemurs (genus Hapalemur) / Chia L. Tan -- Lemur adaptations to a changing environment, natural and anthropogenic stress -- Considering climate change effects in lemur ecology and conservation / Patricia C. Wright -- Diet composition, foraging, and feeding behavior in relation to habitat disturbance : implications for the adaptability of ruffed lemurs (Varecia variegata editorium) in Manombo Forest, Madagascar / Jonah Ratsimbazafy -- Overview on the health and disease ecology of wild lemurs : conservation implications / Randall E. Junge and Michelle L. Sauther
  • 2008 ClinicalKey
    by Joel S. Schuman [and others].
    Congenital abnormalities -- Developmental defects -- Involutional changes -- Trauma -- Open angle glaucoma -- Closed angle glaucoma -- Pediatric glaucoma.
  • 2014 Springer
    edited by Shizuya Saika, Liliana Werner, Frank J. Lovicu.
    This book is the first to summarize the current knowledge of the cell biology of lens epithelial cells in relation to and in the development of posterior capsular opacification (PCO). PCO remains the most common long-term complication of modern cataract surgery, occurring months or years after cataract surgery, unlike most other complications that tend to arise during or soon after the procedure. Opacification of the posterior capsule appears to be linked to lens epithelial cells that are left behind in the eye during cataract removal. These cells proliferate, migrate across the posterior lens capsule, and undergo changes that result in fibrous or pearl-type opacities in the capsule. The first section of the text explains the molecular mechanism and biology of lens epithelial cells that lead to the incidence of PCO. In the second part, in addition to a description of the mechanism and pathological condition of PCO, surgical methods and devices for preventing PCO are discussed in detail. Lens Epithelium and Capsular Opacification will benefit not only young clinical residents and junior researchers, but also established faculty in the clinical or basic academic field.
  • 2007 Springer
    edited by Shayam S. Yadav, David L. McNeil and Philip C. Stevenson.
  • 2012 Springer
    by David Escors, Karine Breckpot, Frederick Arce, Grazyna Kochan, Holly Stephenson.
    Annotation Gene therapy was conceived during the early and mid part of the 20th century. At first, it was considered a revolutionary biomedical procedure, which could potentially cure any disease for which the molecular bases were understood. Since then, gene therapy has gone through many stages and has evolved from a nearly unrealistic perspective to a real life application. Clinical efficacy in humans was demonstrated at the beginning of this century after its successful application in small-scale clinical trials to cure severe immunodeficiency in children. However, their successes were overshadowed some time later by the occurrence of vector-related leukaemia in a number of treated children. It is in this context that lentiviral vectors have appeared, with improved efficiency and, possibly, increased biosafety. Very recently, the first clinical trials with lentivectors have been carried out with some success. This Brief firstly defines gene therapy, and places lentivectors within this fascinating therapeutic strategy. Then follows a comprehensive description of the development of retroviral and lentiviral vectors and how to specifically target distinct cell types and tissues. The authors also discuss the application of lentivector gene therapy for the treatment of cancer and autoimmune diseases, ending with the application of lentivectors in human gene therapy clinical trials.
  • 2003 Springer Protocols
    edited by Maurizio Federico.
    From lentiviruses to lentivirus vectors / M. Federico -- The choice of a suitable lentivirus vector: Transcriptional targeting / F. Lotti and F. Mavilio -- Choice and use of appropriate packaging cell types / A.L. Pacchia, S. Mukherjee and J.P. Dougherty -- Small- to large-scale production of lentivirus vectors / M.P. Marino, M.J. Luce and J. Reiser -- Detection and titration of lentivirus vector preparations / J. Gatlin, M. Islas-Ohlmayer and J.V. Garcia -- Detection and selection of lentiviral vector-transduced cells / Y. Cui and L.J. Chang -- Detection of replication-competent lentiviral particles / H. Segall and R.E. Sutton -- Lymphocytes / D. Chinnasamy and F. Candotti -- Monocyte/macrophages and dendritic cells / H. Segall and R.E. Sutton -- Hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells / R.E. Donahue and I.S. Chen -- Mesenchymal stem cells / X.Y. Zhang, V.F. La Russa and J. Reiser -- Hippocampal neurons / J.L. Nadeau -- Dorsal root ganglia sensory neurons / J. Fleming, S.L. Ginn and I.E. Alexander -- Cardiomyocytes / D. Bonci, M.V. Latronico and G. Condorelli -- Airway epithelia / L.G. Johnson, S.H. Randell and J.C. Olsen -- Corneal cells / B. Appukuttan, T. McFarland and J.T. Stout -- Retinal tissue / T. McFarland, B. Appukuttan and J.T. Stout -- Hiv-2 vectors / S.K. Arya, J.E. Cho and S.H. Chang -- Siv vectors / A. Ruggieri, D. Negre and F.L. Cosset -- Fiv vectors / N. Loewen [and others] -- Hybrid lentivirus vectors / V. Planelles -- Cells of respiratory epithelium / P.L. Sinn and P.B. McCray, Jr. -- Cells of the nervous system / C. Rosenblad and C. Lundberg.
  • 2012 Springer
    Enrico Nunzi, Cesare Massone, editors.
    Part 1. GENERAL SECTION / History and Phylogeography of Leprosy / Stewart T. Cole and Pushpendra Singh -- Microbiology / Andrea Clapasson and Silvia Canata -- Genetics of Leprosy / Vinicius Medeiros Fava and Marcelo Távora Mira -- Host Response to M. leprae / Rodrigo Ribeiro-Rodrigues -- Pathogenesis / Cesare Massone and Enrico Nunzi -- Classification / Cesare Massone and Alexandra M. G. Brunasso -- Part 2. PATIENT'S EXAMINATION -- Patient History / Enrico Nunzi, Cesare Massone and Salvatore Noto -- Laboratory Investigations / Andrea Clapasson and Silvia Canata -- Part 3. SKIN -- Physical Examination: Skin / Enrico Nunzi, Cesare Massone and Salvatore Noto -- Clinical Features / Enrico Nunzi, Cesare Massone and Salvatore Noto -- Lucio-Latapí Leprosy / Mario Magaña -- Histopathology of the Skin / Cesare Massone -- Differential Diagnosis: Skin / Enrico Nunzi and Salvatore Noto -- Part 4. NERVES -- Peripheral Nerves in Leprosy / Bernard Naafs and José Antônio Garbino -- The Leprosy Neuropathy / Lizia Reni, Salvatore Noto and Pieter A. M. Schreuder -- Primary Neural Leprosy / José Antônio Garbino and Bernard Naafs -- Chronic Neuropathic Pain in Leprosy / José Antônio Garbino, Bernard Naafs and Pedro Schestatsky -- Electrodiagnostic Studies / Lizia Reni -- Imaging / Carlo Martinoli, Leila Oppezzi and Alberto Tagliafico -- Differential Diagnosis: Nerves / Lizia Reni -- Part 5. Reactions in Leprosy / Reactions in Leprosy / Bernard Naafs and Salvatore Noto -- Lucio's Phenomenon / Mario Magaña -- Part 6. SYSTEMIC INVOLVEMENT -- Ocular Involvement in Leprosy / Susan Lewallen and Paul Courtright -- Otolaryngological Manifestations of Leprosy / Sinésio Talhari, Camila Bandeira de Oliveira and Carolina Talhari -- Other Organs / Enrico Nunzi and Salvatore Noto -- Part 7. PATIENT'S MANAGEMENT -- Diagnostic Work-Up / Enrico Nunzi, Cesare Massone and Salvatore Noto -- Drugs in Leprosy / Sinésio Talhari and Mahreen Ameen -- Treatment and Prophylaxis / Pierre Bobin -- Prognosis / Enrico Nunzi -- Neurolysis / Sergio S. G. Gennaro -- Prevention of Disability and Ulcer Care / J. Wim Brandsma and Hugh Cross -- Surgical and Social Rehabilitation / J. Wim Brandsma and Sunil Deepak -- Part 8. LEPROSY AND COMMUNITY -- Leprosy in Pregnancy / Elizabeth Duncan -- Leprosy and HIV/AIDS Co-infection / Sinésio Talhari and Carolina Talhari -- Epidemiology of Leprosy / Salvatore Noto and Pieter A. M. Schreuder -- Leprosy Control / Sunil Deepak and Giovanni Gazzoli -- Teledermatology / Cesare Massone and Antonio Pedro Mendes Schettini -- The Leprosy Mailing List / Salvatore Noto.
  • 2006
    Rod Edmond.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2009
    Angela Ki Che Leung.
    "Angela Ki Che Leung's meticulous study begins with the classical annals of the imperial era, which contain the first descriptions of a feared and stigmatized disorder modern researchers now identify as leprosy. She then tracks the relationship between the disease and China's social and political spheres (theories of contagion prompted community and statewide efforts at segregation); religious traditions (Buddhism and Daoism ascribed redemptive meaning to those suffering from the disease), and evolving medical discourse (Chinese doctors have contested the disease's etiology for centuries). Leprosy even pops up in Chinese folklore, attributing the spread of the contagion to contact with immoral women." "Leung next places the history of leprosy into a global context of colonialism, racial politics, and "imperial danger." A perceived global pandemic in the late nineteenth century seemed to confirm Westerners' fears that Chinese immigration threatened public health. Therefore battling to contain, if not eliminate, the disease became a central mission of the modernizing, state-building projects of the late Qing empire, the nationalist government of the first half of the twentieth century, and the People's Republic of China." "Stamping out the curse of leprosy was the first step toward achieving "hygienic modernity" and erasing the cultural and economic backwardness associated with the disease. Leung's final move connects China's experience with leprosy to a larger history of public health and biomedical regimes of power, exploring the cultural and political implications of China's Sino-Western approach to the disease."--Jacket.
  • 2006 Springer
    edited by V. Daniel Castracane, Michael C. Henson.
  • 2015 Springer
    Sam Dagogo-Jack, editor ; contributors Denis G. Baskin [and forty one others].
    Twenty years after its discovery, recombinant human leptin has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of patients with lipodystrophy. Beginning with a synthesis of the vast body of work on its discovery, dissection of mechanisms, and effects in experimental models , the focus of this book shifts to a consideration of the regulation and role of leptin in humans. The emphasis on human-level data is a unique feature of this book. The results of numerous studies indicate that leptin is indeed a regulated human hormone. Leptin provides a detailed account of the myriad physiological, hormonal, metabolic, immunological, mitogenic and inflammatory modulators and targets of leptin in a single volume. Next follows a comprehensive presentation of the therapeutic trials of recombinant leptin in patients with congenital leptin deficiency, lipodystrophy, hypothalamic amenorrhea, and other emerging areas, including leptin supplementation in leptin-replete subjects, leptin substitution for insulin in diabetic models, and novel combination regimens of leptin and other biogenic peptides. Unanswered questions and future directions in leptin research are highlighted in the Foreword by Dr. Jeffrey Friedman and throughout the volume. Identifying such questions helps direct research that could deepen understanding of the complex regulation of leptin under physiological and pathological conditions, a critical prerequisite to its rational deployment in the treatment of human disorders.
  • 2005 Springer
    edited by Lauren E. Abrey, Marc C. Chamberlain, and Herbert H. Engelhard.
    Anatomy and physiology of the leptomeninges and CSF space / Neil Barshes, Alexis Demopoulos and Herbert H. Engelhard -- Leptomeningeal neoplasia: epidemiology, clinical presentation, CSF analysis and diagnostic imaging / Roelien H. Enting -- Leptomeningeal metastases from solid tumors (Meningeal carcinomatosis) / Michiko Kimura Bruno and Jeffrey Raizer -- Leptomeningeal metastases from leukemias and lymphomas / Craig P. Nolan and Lauren E. Abrey -- Leptomeningeal metastasis of primary central nervous system (CNS) neoplasms / Herbert H. Engelhard and Luke A. Corsten -- Leptomeningeal cancer in the pediatric patient / Kathleen A. Neville and Susan M. Blaney -- Neurosurgical interventions for leptomeningeal tumor / Jeffrey P. Greenfield and Mark H. Bilsky -- Current treatment of leptomeningeal metastases: systemic chemotherapy, intrathecal chemotherapy and symptom management / Stacey L. Berg and Marc C. Chamberlain -- Radiation therapy for leptomeningeal cancer / Minesh Mehta and Kristin Bradley -- Animal models of leptomeningeal cancer / Ali Raja and Herbert H. Engelhard -- Improving the outcome of patients with leptomeningeal cancer: new clinical trials and experimental therapies / Kurt Jaeckle.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2015 Springer
    Ben Adler, Editor.
    This volume covers all aspects of infection by pathogenic Leptospira species, the causative agents of the world?s most widespread zoonosis. Topics include aspects of human and animal leptospirosis as well as detailed analyses of our current knowledge of leptospiral structure and physiology, epidemiology, pathogenesis, genomics, immunity and vaccines. Updates are presented on leptospiral systematics, identification and diagnostics, as well as practical information on culture of Leptospira. Contact information is also provided for Leptospira reference centers. All chapters were written by experts in the field, providing an invaluable reference source for scientists, veterinarians, clinicians and all others with an interest in leptospirosis.
  • 2016 Springer
    Kristen Eckstrand, Jesse M. Ehrenfeld, editors.
    Part I: The LGBT Population and Health -- 1. Understanding the LGBT Community -- 2. Access to Care -- 3. Culture, Climate, and Advocacy -- 4. Internalized Homophobia, Disclosure, and Health -- Part II: The LGBY-Inclusive Clinical Encounter -- 5. Clinic and Intake Forms -- 6. Medical History -- 7. Utilizing the Electronic Health Record as a Tool for Reducing LGBT Health Disparities -- Part III: LGBT Preventative Health and Screening -- 8. Primary Care, Prevention, and Coordination of Care -- 9. LGBT Parenting -- 10. Intimate Partner Violence -- Part IV: LGBT Health in Specialty Medicine -- 11. Pediatric and Adolescent LGBT Health -- 12. Geriatric Care and the LGBT Older Adult -- 13. Adult Mental Health -- 14. Sexually Transmitted Infections in LGBT Populations -- 15. Dermatology -- 16. Urologic Issues in LGBT Health -- 17. Obstetric and Gynecologic Care for Individuals Who Are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender -- Part V: Transgender Health -- 18. Interdisciplinary Care of the Transgender Patient -- 19. Medical Transition for Transgender Individuals -- 20. Surgical Treatments for the Transgender Population -- 21. Facial Feminization Surgery: Review of Facial Analysis and Surgical Procedures -- Part VI: Emerging Topics in LGBT Medicine -- 22. Immigrant and International LGBT Health -- 23. Disorders of Sex Development / Intersex Populations -- 24. Legal and Policy Issues -- 25. Common LGBT Sexual Health Questions.
  • 2010
    [edited by] Suzanne L. Dibble, Patricia A. Robertson.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Health screening for lesbians / Audrey S. Koh -- Clinical care for lesbian adolescents / Elizabeth Lorde-Rollins -- Lesbians' sexual health / Jeanne M. Marrazzo -- Lesbian relationships / Esther D. Rothblum -- Fertility options for Lesbians / Paula Amato, Mary Casey Jacob -- Lesbians and pregnancy / Christy M. Isler, Leslie M. Cragin -- Children of lesbian parents / Mary Ann A. van Dam -- Smoking and lesbians / Michele J. Eliason, Laurie Drabble -- Patterns of alcohol and drug abuse among lesbians / Laurie Drabble, Michele J. Eliason, Migdalia Reyes -- Obesity in the lesbian community / Sarah C. Fogel -- Physical activity among lesbians / Danielle R. Brittain -- Back pain: the basics / Heather Rachel Davids -- Orthopedic issues for lesbians / Lesley J. Anderson, Lynn M. Forsey -- Unique aspects of benign gynecology for lesbians / Claire Herrick, Alison F. Jacoby -- Menopause and lesbians / Susan R. Johnson -- Lesbians and depression / Cynthia L. Benton, Ellen Haller -- Serious mental illness among lesbians / Mary E. Barber -- Lesbian intimate partner violence / Kelly A. Blasko -- Lesbians, violence, and health / Kimberly F. Balsam, Keren Lehavot -- Lesbians with diabetes / Dawn Marie Wadle, Corbett Joan O'Toole -- The impact of a cancer diagnosis on lesbians / Alicia K. Matthews -- Breast cancer among lesbians / Marion H.E. Kavanaugh-Lynch -- Lesbians and gynecologic malignancy / Katherine A. O'Hanlan -- Colon and rectal cancer among lesbians / Usha Menon, Lisa B. Weissmann -- Lesbians and infectious diseases / Donna DeFreitas, Nyonnoweh Greene -- Cardiovascular issues for lesbians / Pamela Charney, Dana P. McGlothlin -- Urinary incontinence among lesbians / Leah M. Kelley, Leslee L. Subak -- Osteoporosis among lesbians / Carolyn B. Becker -- Diabetes among lesbians / Cindy Ripsin, Patricia A. Robertson -- Palliative and hospice care for lesbians / Jane L. Appleby -- Old age in lesbian communities / Kelly Knochel, Jean K. Quam.
  • 2009 Springer
    James L. Van Etten, editor.
    The Phycodnaviridae : The story of how tiny giants rule the world / W.H. Wilson, J.L. Etten and M.J. Allen -- African swine fever virus / E.R. Tulman [and others] -- Mimivirus / J.M. Claverie, C. Abergel and H. Ogata -- Family Iridoviridae : poor viral relations no longer / V.G. Chinchar [and others] -- Ascoviruses: Superb Manipulators of Apoptosis for Viral Replication and Transmission / B.A. Federici [and others] -- Whispovirus / J.H. Leu [and others] -- Jumbo bacteriophages / R.W. Hendrix.
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • 2006
    edited by Ella F. Cleveland and Ann Steinecke.
  • 2008 Springer
    Susan Schmerler.
    Sources of liability: Forms of legal complaints -- Duty as an element of a lawsuit: obligations and responsibilities -- Duty as an element of a lawsuit: sources of standards -- Duty as an element of a lawsuit: procedural requirments -- Breach, causation, and damages as elements of a lawsuit -- Defenses to a lawsuit -- Communication.
  • NAP
    [Panel on IRBs, Surveys and Social Science Research, Cora Marrett, chair].
  • 2012 Springer Protocols
    edited by Robert B. Ashman.
    ENU-based phenotype-driven screening / Vera M. Ripoll, Philip L. Kong, and Paul K. Potter -- Detection and quantification of cytokines and other biomarkers / Evan L. Chiswick ... [et al.] -- Flow cytometry analysis of cell cycling and proliferation in mouse hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells / Valérie Barbier ... [et al.] -- Flow cytometry measurement of bone marrow perfusion in the mouse and sorting of progenitors and stems cells according to position relative to blood flow in vivo / Valérie Barbier ... [et al.] -- Analyzing cell death events in cultured leukocytes / Karin Christenson, Fredrik B. Thorén, and Johan Bylund -- Towards a four-dimensional view of neutrophils / Ben A. Croker, Andrew W. Roberts, and Nicos A. Nicola -- Isolation of human and mouse neutrophils ex vivo and in vitro / Yan Hu -- Measurement of oxidative burst in neutrophils / Yu Chen and Wolfgang G. Junger -- Measurement of neutrophil elastase, proteinase 3, and cathepsin G activities using intramolecularly quenched fluorogenic substrates / Brice Korkmaz ... [et al.] -- The macrophage / Chris P. Verschoor, Alicja Puchta, and Dawn M.E. Bowdish -- Generation and characterization of MacGreen mice, the CFS1R-EGFP transgenic mice / R. Tedjo Sasmono and Elizabeth Williams -- Generation of mouse bone marrow-derived macrophages / Silvia Manzanero -- Isolation and differentiation of monocytes-macrophages from human blood / Dipti Vijayan -- In vitro measurement of phagocytosis and killing of Cryptococcus neoformans by macrophages / André Moraes Nicola and Arturo Casadevall -- Measuring the inflammasome / Olaf Gross -- Arginine and macrophage activation / Mònica Comalada -- Immunodetection of granzyme B tissue distribution and cellular localisation / Catherina H. Bird ... [et al.] -- Detection of human and mouse granzyme B activity in cell extracts / Sarah Elizabeth Stewart ... [et al.] -- T cell transfer model of colitis : a great tool to assess the contribution of T cells in chronic intestinal inflammation / Rajaraman Eri, Michael A. McGuckin, and Robert Wadley -- Measurement of nitrite in urine by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry / Dimitrios Tsikas ... [et al.].
  • 2003 Wellcome Trust
    edited by D.A. Christie and E.M. Tansey.
  • 2010
    Barbara J. Bain.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    The nature of leukaemia, cytology, cytochemistry and the FAB classification of acute leukaemia -- Immunophenotyping and cytogenetic/molecular genetic analysis in leukaemia and related conditions -- Acute leukaemia : integration of morphological, immunophenotypic, and genetic information and the WHO classification -- The myelodysplastic syndromes -- Chronic myeloid leukaemias -- Lymphoid leukaemias of mature T, B and natural killer cells.
  • 2009 Springer Protocols
    edited by Chi Wai Eric So.
    An overview: from discovery of candidate mutations to disease modeling and transformation mechanisms of acute leukemia / C.W. So -- Backtracking of leukemic clones to birth / J. Wiemels, M. Kang and M. Greaves -- Fluorescence In situ hybridization (FISH) as a tool for the detection of significant chromosomal abnormalities in childhood leukaemia / Z.J. Konn ... [et al.] -- Specialized fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) techniques for leukaemia research / L. Kearney and S. Colman -- LDI-PCR: identification of known and unknown gene fusions of the human MLL gene / C. Meyer and R. Marschalek -- Panhandle PCR approaches to cloning MLL genomic breakpoint junctions and fusion transcript sequences / B.W. Robinson and C.A. Felix -- MRD detection in acute lymphoblastic leukemia patients using Ig/TCR gene rearrangements as targets for real-time quantitative PCR / V.H. van der Velden and J.J. van Dongen -- Array-based comparative genomic hybridization as a tool for analyzing the leukemia genome / J.C. Strefford and H. Parker -- Application of SNP genotype arrays to determine somatic changes in cancer / M. Gupta and B.D. Young -- Retroviral/Lentiviral transduction and transformation assay / B.B. Zeisig and C.W. So -- Gene expression profiling of leukemia stem cells / A.V. Krivtsov ... [et al.] -- Humanized model to study leukemic stem cells / D. Bonnet -- Model systems for examining effects of leukemia-associated oncogenes in primary human CD34+ cells via retroviral transduction / M. Wunderlich and J.C. Mulloy -- Ex vivo assays to study self-renewal and long-term expansion of genetically modified primary human acute myeloid leukemia stem cells / J.J. Schuringa and H. Schepers -- Identification and characterization of hematopoietic stem and progenitor cell populations in mouse bone marrow by flow cytometry / J. Yeung and A.C. Wai Eric So -- In vitro differentiation of mouse embryonic stem cells as a model of early hematopoietic development / P. Sroczynska ... [et al.] -- Analysis of the mouse placenta as a hematopoietic stem cell niche / K. Ottersbach and E. Dzierzak -- Identification of protein interaction partners by the yeast two-hybrid system / M.P. Garcia-Cuellar, D. Mederer and R.K. Slany -- Complete array of HOX gene expression by RQ-PCR / G.J. Dickson, T.R. Lappin and A. Thompson -- Genome-wide determination of DNA methylation by Hpa II tiny fragment enrichment by ligation-mediated PCR (HELP) for the study of acute leukemias / M.E. Figueroa, A. Melnick and J.M. Greally -- Chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) for analysis of histone modifications and chromatin-associated proteins / T.A. Milne, K. Zhao and J.L. Hess.
  • 2001 ScienceDirect
    Hans G. Drexler.
    Also available: Print – 2001
  • 2007
    Gregory Sean Corrado.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2009 Ovid
    Elder, David E.; Elenitsas, Rosalie; Lever, Walter F.
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • 2015 Ovid
    editor in chief, David E. Elder, MD, CHB, FRCPA, Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ; associate editors, Rosalie Elenitsas, MD, Director of Dermatology, Director of Dermatopathology, Department of Dermatology, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Misha Rosenbach, MD, Assistant Professor of Dermatology & Internal Medicine, Associate Program Director, Dermatology Residency, Director, Dermatology Inpatient Consult Service, Director Cutaneous Sarcidosis Clinic, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, George F. Murphy, MD, Professor of Pathology, Harvard Medical School, Director, Program in Dermatopathology, Department of Pathology, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, Adam I. Rubin, MD, Assistant Professor of Dermatology, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, The Children's Hospital, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Xiaowei Xu, MD, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
    "Lever's Histopathology of the Skin, first published in 1949, is a classic work that has been used by dermatopathologists, pathologists, and dermatologists in their own training, in their current practices, and in the training of students. The organization used in the book is based on Walter Lever's original scheme, which is centered on general attributes of the diseases including pathophysiological and etiological considerations"-- Provided by publisher.
  • 2005 Ovid
    editor-in-chief, David E. Elder ; associate editors, Rosalie Elenitsas ... [et al.].
    Introduction to dermatopathologic diagnosis -- Biopsy techniques -- Histology of the skin -- Laboratory methods -- Algorithmic classification of skin disease for differential diagnosis -- Congenital diseases (genodermatoses) -- Noninfectious erythematous, papular, and squamous diseases -- Vascular diseases -- Noninfectious vesiculobullous and vesiculopustular diseases -- Connective tissue diseases -- Cutaneous toxicities of drugs -- The photosensitivity disorders -- Diseases caused by viruses -- The histiocytoses -- Pigmentary disorders of the skin -- Benign pigmented lesions and malignant melanoma -- Tumors and cysts of the epidermis -- Tumors of the epidermal appendages -- Cutaneous lymphomas and leukemias -- Tumors of fibrous tissue involving the skin -- Vascular tumors: tumors and tumor-like conditions of blood vessles and lymphatics --Tumors with fatty, muscular, osseous, and cartilagenous differentiation -- Tumors of neural tissue -- Metastatic carcinoma of the skin: incidence and dissemination. Disorders associated with physical agents: heat, cold, radiation, and trauma -- Noninfectious granulomas -- Degenerative diseases and perforating disorders -- Cutaneous manifestations of nutritional deficiency states and gastrointestinal disease -- Metabolic diseases of the skin -- Inflammatory diseases of hair follicles, sweat glands, and cartilage -- Inflammatory diseases of the nail -- Inflammatory diseases of the subcutaneous fat -- Bacterial diseases -- Treponemal diseases -- Fungal diseases -- Protozoan diseases and parasitic infestations --
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2008 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] John H. Bowker, Michael A. Pfeifer.
    Fully updated, now in full color, this latest edition of Levin and O'Neal's The Diabetic Foot provides diagnostic and management information for the challenging problems faced by patients with diabetic foot problems. The book has a team care focus and offers tips and pearls in every chapter.
  • 2014 Springer
    Susan H. Fox, Jonathan M. Brotchie, editors.
    This book aims to provide a single reference source on levodopa-induced dyskinesias (LID) from ?bench to bedside?. Initial chapters review the clinical features and phenomenology of LID with video examples; epidemiology and genetic risk factors for LID are covered as a background to understanding risk factors for developing LID. The following chapters cover the latest preclinical studies aiming to understand the pathophysiology of LID at the cellular, neurochemical, neurophysiological and circuitry level with detailed discussion of mechanisms and future directions to take the field forward; clinical studies from phase II to phase IV; ongoing RCTs in LID; and evidence-based medicine reviews of treatment options. Levodopa-Induced Dyskinesia in Parkinson?s Disease is aimed at an international audience of movement disorder neurologists; neuroscientists; trainees; and graduate and post-graduate students.
  • 2014 Ovid
    [edited by] Robert Riddell, Dhanpat Jain.
  • 2011
    [edited by] Jocelyn E. Krebs, Elliott S. Goldstein, Stephen T. Kilpatrick.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2007 Ovid
    editors, Andrés Martin, Fred R. Volkmar, editor emeritus, Melvin Lewis.
  • 1959.
    von Josef Maherhöfer.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2007 Springer
    edited by Anita H. Payne, Matthew P. Hardy.
  • 2012 Springer
    Michele K. Lewis, Isiah Marshall.
    Indigenous and intersecting : people of African descent in LGBT psychology -- Gender and Black communities -- Religion and spirituality -- New "outsiders" : Black lesbian, gay, and bisexual students in a historically Black university context -- Black gay men of the South : research implications and E. Patrick Johnson's Sweet tea -- Sexual minority women of African descent -- Cultural complexities and conflict -- Covering, cultural-centrism, and liberation psychology -- Urban and rural challenges -- Education, research, and community services.
  • 2012
    Luis Alberto Chia.
    The intestinal epithelium is one of the most rapidly proliferating tissues in the body. A complete turnover of the epithelium occurs every 3-5 days in the mouse, a process that is maintained by a small population of intestinal stem cells (ISCs) that reside in the crypt bases. The signals that regulate the behavior of these ISCs are still poorly understood. However, the recent identification of genes that mark functional stem cells has yielded insights into how ISCs are regulated and maintained. Here, we demonstrate that Bmi1 and Lgr5 mark two functionally distinct ISCs in vivo. Lgr5 marks mitotically active ISCs that exhibit exquisite sensitivity to canonical Wnt modulation, contribute robustly to homeostatic regeneration, and are quantitatively ablated by irradiation. In contrast, Bmi1 marks quiescent ISCs that are insensitive to Wnt perturbations, contribute weakly to homeostatic regeneration, and are resistant to high dose radiation injury. Post-irradiation, however, the normally quiescent Bmi1+ ISCs dramatically proliferate to clonally repopulate multiple contiguous crypts and villi. Clonogenic culture of isolated single Bmi1+ ISCs yields long-lived self-renewing spheroids of intestinal epithelium that produce Lgr5-expressing cells, thereby establishing a lineage relationship between these two populations in vitro. Taken together, these data provide direct evidence that Bmi1 marks quiescent, injury-inducible reserve ISCs that exhibit striking functional distinctions from Lgr5+ ISCs, and support a model whereby distinct ISC populations facilitate homeostatic versus injury-induced regeneration. How these ISCs maintain their stemness remains unclear. Paneth cells have been suggested to serve as niche cells for the Lgr5+ ISCs, perhaps through the secretion of essential paracrine factors, but recent reports clearly demonstrate that Paneth cells are not required for Lgr5+ ISC maintenance. Recently, the G-protein-coupled receptors Lgr4-6 were reported to associate with Wnt receptors to mediate R-spondin signaling. Given the importance of Wnt/R-spondin signaling in intestinal crypt maintenance, we tested the in vivo function of Lgr5 by adenovirus-mediated overexpression of the soluble ligand-binding Lgr5 extracellular domain. Circulating Lgr5 ectodomain induced the migration of Paneth cells from the crypts, their eventual loss, and a concomitant disappearance of Lgr5+ ISCs. Paneth cell migration was associated with downregulation of Wnt signaling and its target EphB3. The loss of Lgr5+ ISCs did not affect maintenance of the intestinal epithelium, nor did Lgr5+ stem cells disappear from non-intestinal organs. Together, these findings characterize an easily tractable experimental model for the in vivo deletion of Lgr5+ ISCs, and suggest that Lgr receptors function to actively maintain Lgr5+ ISCs in vivo.
  • 2013 ebrary
    edited by Joseph Janes.
    Thinking about the future of libraries, librarianship and the work librarians do is as old as libraries themselves. (No doubt seminars were organized by the Alexandria Librarians Association on the future of the scroll and what to do about the rising barbarian tide.) At no time in our memory, though, have these discussions and conversations been so profound and critical. Here one of today's leading thinkers and speakers about the future of libraries brings together 30 leaders from all types of libraries and from outside librarianship to describe their vision of what the library will be in 2020. Contributors and Library Journal's The Annoyed Librarian were asked to describe the "library of 2020, "in whatever terms they wanted, either a specific library or situation or libraries in general. They were told: "be bold, be inspirational, be hopeful, be true, be provocative, be realistic, be depressing, be light-hearted, be thoughtful, be fun, be yourself, and for heaven's sake, don't be boring." Not that they could be. Broadly representative of important perspectives and aspects within the profession as well as featuring important voices beyond the professional realm, Library 2020 presents thought-provoking and illuminating visions from many points of view. It is both required reading for library leaders and trustees as well as an ideal supplemental text for LIS classes looking at the future of the profession.
  • v. 1-2, 1932-35.
    Chittell, Edith; Mitchell, Margaret; Sutcliffe, John Hamer.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    [v. 1] Library and museum catalogue / compiled and edited by John H. Sutcliffe ; assisted by Margaret Mitchell, Edith Chittell. 1932 -- v. 2. Library and museum catalogue / compiled and edited by John H. Sutcliffe. 1935 -- v. 3. British Optical Association Library catalogue / compiled and edited by Margaret Mitchell. 1957.
  • Breeding, Marshall.
    Includes a database of bibliographic resources, a database of library automation companies, and a database of online catalogs and Web pages (lib-web-cats).
  • 2013
    James C. Mohr.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Medical regulation in the United States through the Civil War -- Dr. Reeves and the founding -- Building the "True Church" -- Challenges from within -- Securing legislation -- Exercising power -- The dents confront the board -- The West Virginia State Supreme Court -- Conflict and enforcement -- The United States Supreme Court -- American medical practice after Dent.
  • 1924
    von Wolfgang Ostwald.
  • 2007 AccessMedicine
    Marshall A. Lichtman, Jean A. Shafer, Raymond E. Felgar, Nancy Wang.
    Provides on-line access to images that are characteristic of a wide array of hematological disorders and other disorders that affect the blood, enhancing written descriptions found in Williams Hematology and other relevant medical books.
  • 2009 Springer
    Melissa T. Berhow, William W. Feaster, John G. Brock-Utne ; contributing authors, Michael J. Corley, Blaine Warkentine.
  • 2006 Springer
    edited by J. Seckbach.
  • 2013
    Peter Redfield.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    A time of crisis -- A secular value of life -- Vital mobility -- Moral witness -- Human frontiers -- The problem of triage -- The longue durée of disease -- The verge of crisis -- Action beyond optimism.
  • 2007 Springer
    by Ricardo Amils, Cynan Ellis-Evans and Helmut Hinghofer-Szalkay.
  • 2005 ScienceDirect
    John Henderson.
  • 2007 Springer
    by Yael Hashiloni-Dolev.
  • 2009 Springer
    Jo-David Fine, Helmut Hintner (eds.).
  • 2013 IngentaConnect
    Mary Elene Wood.
    How do you write your life story when readers expect you not to make sense? How do you write a case history that makes sense when, face to face with schizophrenia, your ability to tell a diagnostic story begins to fall apart? This book examines work in several genres of life writing-autobiography, memoir, case history, autobiographical fiction-focused either on what it means to live with schizophrenia or what it means to understand and 'treat' people who have received that diagnosis. Challenging the romanticized connection between literature and madness, Life Writing and Schizophrenia explores
    Also available: Print – 2013
  • 2007 Springer
    by Robin Usher and Richard Edwards.
  • 2013
    Y.W. Loke.
    The development of the placenta was a pivotal event in evolution. The long and tortuous evolutionary road which led from egg-laying reptiles to present-day placental mammals like ourselves was an epic journey spanning over 300 million years. Without the placenta, we would still be laying eggs, instead of giving birth to live offspring. Loke provides an engaging look at this remarkable organ, tracing the life of the placenta from the moment it is created within a fertilized egg, through its brief but eventful stay within the womb.
  • 2009 Springer
    edited by Christian Sell, Antonello Lorenzini, Holly M. Brown-Borg.
  • 2016 Springer
    Jeffrey I. Mechanick, Robert F. Kushner, editors.
    Why Lifestyle Medicine?.- The importance of Healthy Living and Defining Lifestyle Medicine -- Communication and Behavioral Change Tools: A Primer for Lifestyle Medicine Counseling -- Paradigms of Lifestyle Medicine and Wellness.- Composite Risk Scores.- Clinical Assessment of Lifestyle and Behavioral Factors During Weight Loss Treatment.- Anthropometrics and Body Composition.- Physical Activity Measures.- Metabolic Profiles -- Based on the 2013 Prevention Guidelines.- The Chronic Care Model and the Transformation of Primary Care -- Guidelines for Healthy Eating.- A Review of Commercial and Proprietary Weight Loss Programs -- Physical Activity Programs.- Behavior Modification and Cognitive Therapy.- Treating Tobacco Use in Clinical Practice.- Alcohol Use and Management -- Sleep Management.- Integrative Medicine.- Transcultural Applications to Lifestyle Medicine.- Community Engagement and Networks: Leveraging Partnerships to Improve Lifestyle -- Lifestyle Therapy as Medicine for the Treatment of Obesity.- Lifestyle Therapy for Diabetes Mellitus -- Lifestyle Therapy in the Management of Cardiometabolic Risk: Diabetes Prevention, Hypertension, and Dyslipidemia.- Cancer.- LIFESTYLE MEDICINE FOR THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF DEPRESSION.- Promoting Healthy Lifestyle Behaviors in Patients with Persistent Pain.- Forestalling Age-Related Brain Disorders.- Chronic Kidney Disease.- Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and steatohepatitis -- Gastroenterology Disease and Lifestyle Medicine.- Lifestyle Medicine and Chronic Pulmonary Disease -- Lifestyle Medicine and HIV-infected patients.
  • 2013 CRCnetBASE
    edited by James M. Rippe.
    Pt. 1. Lifestyle management and prevention of cardiovascular disease / James M. Rippe -- pt. 2. Nutritional aspects of lifestyle medicine / Johanna Dwyer -- pt. 3. Physical activity and fitness / Theodore J. Angelopoulos -- pt. 4. Behavioral psychology / Bess Marcus -- pt. 5. Women's health / Pamela M. Peeke -- pt. 6. Men's health / Craig Garfield -- pt. 7. Endocrinology and metabolism / Samuel Crockett -- pt. 8. Lifestyle issues in the prevention and treatment of cancer / Clarence H. Brown, III and Naren Ramakrishna -- pt. 9. Obesity and weight management / John P. Foreyt -- pt. 10. Immunology and infectious disease / David Nieman -- pt. 11. Pulmonary medicine / Nicholas A. Smyrnios -- pt. 12. Sports medicine and orthopedics / Eric McCarty and Sourav K. Poddar -- pt. 13. Obstetrics and gynecology / Hope A. Ricciotti -- pt. 14. Dermatology / Zoe Diana Draelos -- pt. 15. Cardiovascular rehabilitation and secondary prevention / Kathy Berra and Barry A. Franklin -- pt. 16. Lifestyle components of pediatric medicine / Thomas W. Rowland -- pt. 17. Family practice / Charles B. Eaton -- pt. 18. Lifestyle medicine in geriatrics / Charlotte A. Tate -- pt. 19. Epidemiology of lifestyle-related diseases / Alan C. Utter -- pt. 20. Health promotion / Kenneth R. Pelletier -- pt. 21. Exercise psychology / Steven J. Petruzzello -- pt. 22. Injury prevention / David A. Sleet -- pt. 23. Public policy and environmental supports for lifestyle medicine / Gregory W. Heath.
  • 2009 Springer
    Jean Revuz, Jean-Claude Roujeau, Francisco A. Kerdel, Laurence Valeyrie-Allanore, editors.
  • 2009
    [edited by Ruth Schechter].
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2010 Springer Protocols
    edited by Ana Cećilia A. Roque.
    Part I. Reviews -- 1. An Historical overview of drug discovery / Ana Sofia Pina, Abid Hussain, and Ana Cecília Roque -- 2. Ligand macromolecule interactions : theoretical principles of molecular recognition / Tammy Nolan, Nidhi Singh, and Christopher R. McCurdy -- 3. X-Ray cystallography in drug discovery / Ana Luísa Carvalho, José Trincão, and Maria João Romão -- 4. Virtual screening of compound libraries / Nuno M.F.S.A. Cerqueira, Sérgio F. Sousa, Pedro A. Fernandes, and Maria João Ramos -- Part II: Protocols -- 5. Combinatorial chemistry and the synthesis of compound libraries / Rolf Breinbauer and Matthias Mentel -- 6. Ligand-based nuclear magnetic resonance screening techniques / Aldino Viegas, Anjos L. Macedo, and Eurico Cabrita -- 7. Isothermal titration calorimetry and differential scanning calorimetry / Geoff Holdgate -- 8. Adaptive combinatorial design of focused compound libraries / Gisbert Schneider and Andreas Schüller -- 9. Chemical microarrays : a new tool for discovery enzyme inhibitors / Shuguang Liang, Wei Xu, Kurumi Y. Horiuchi, Yuan Wang, and Haiching Ma -- 10. Fluorescence polarization and time-resolved fluorescence resonance energy transfer techniques for PI3K assays / Kurumi Y. Horiuchi and Haiching Ma -- 11. Small molecule protein interaction profiling with functional protein microarrays / Lihao Meng, Dawn Mattoon, and Paul Predki -- 12. Capillary electrophoresis in drug discovery / Milena Quaglia and Ersilia De Lorenzi -- 13. SPR in drug discovery : searching bioactive compounds in plant extracts / Maria Minunni and Anna Rita Bilia -- 14. Application of frontal affinity chromatography with mass spectrometry (FAC-MS) for stereospecific ligand-macromolecule interaction, detection and screening / Jacek Slon-Usakiewicz and Peter Redden -- 15. GPC spin column HPLC-ESI-MS methods for screening drugs noncovalently bound to proteins / Marshall M. Siegel -- 16. A scintillation proximity assay for fatty acid amide hydrolase compatible with inhibitor screening / Yuren Wang and Philip Jones -- 17. A natural products approach to drug discovery : probing modes of action of antitumor agents by genome-scale cDNA library screening / Hendrik Luesch and Pedro Abreu -- 18. Ligand-macromolecule interactions in live cells by fluorescence correlation spectroscopy / Aladdin Pramanik
  • 2011 Springer Protocols
    edited by Hélio Chiarini-Garcia, Rossana C.N. Melo.
    Glycol methacrylate embedding for improved morphological, morphometrical, and immunohistochemical investigations under light microscopy : testes as a model / Hélio Chiarini-Garcia, Gleydes Gambogi Parreira, and Fernanda R.C.L. Almeida -- Histological processing of teeth and periodontal tissues for light microscopy analysis / Gerluza Aparecida Borges Silva, Adriana Moreira, and José Bento Alves -- Large plant samples: how to process for GMA embedding / Élder Antônio Sousa Paiva, Sheila Zambello de Pinho, and Denise Maria Trombert Oliveira -- Image cytometry : nuclear and chromosomal DNA quantification / Carlos Roberto Carvalho, Wellington Ronildo Clarindo, and Isabella Santiago Abreu -- Histological approaches to study tissue parasitism during the experimental Trypanosoma cruzi infection / Daniela L. Fabrino, Grazielle A. Ribeiro, Livia Teixeira, and Rossana C.N. Melo -- Intravital microscopy to study leukocyte recruitment in vivo / Vanessa Pinho ... [et al.] -- Introduction to fluorescence microscopy / Ionita C. Ghiran -- Using the fluorescent styryl dye FM1-43 to visualize synaptic vesicles exocytosis and endocytosis in motor nerve terminals / Ernani Amaral, Silvia Guatimosim, and Cristina Guatimosim -- Imaging lipid bodies within leukocytes with different light microscopy techniques / Rossana C.N. Melo ... [et al.] -- Eicosa cell : an immunofluorescent-based assay to localize newly synthesized eicosanoid lipid mediators at intracellular sites / Christianne Bandeira-Melo, Peter F. Weller, and Patricia T. Bozza -- Nestin-driven green fluorescent protein as an imaging marker for nascent blood vessels in mouse models of cancer / Robert M. Hoffman -- Imaging calcium sparks in cardiac myocytes / Silvia Guatimosim, Cristina Guatimosim, and Long-Sheng Song -- Light microscopy in aquatic ecology: methods for plankton communities studies / Maria Carolina S. Soares ... [et al.] -- Fluorescence immunohistochemistry in combination with differential interference contrast microscopy for studies of semi-ultrathin specimens of epoxy resin-embedded samples / Shin-ichi Iwasaki and Hidekazu Aoyagi.
  • 2013 Springer
    Abraham Haim, Boris A. Portnov.
    Artificial light and human temporal organization. Artificial light and its physiochemical properties -- Light and dark cycles as a basis of temporal organization -- Biological clock and its entrainment by photoperiod -- Light at night (LAN) exposure and its potential effects on daily rhythms and seasonal disruptions -- Melatonin : "hormone of darkness" and a "Jack of all traits" -- Light pollution, its known health effects and impact on energy conservation. Introduction and spread of artificial illumination : a human history retrospective -- Biological definition of light pollution -- Light-at-night (LAN) as a general stressor -- Effects of light pollution on animal daily rhythms and seaonality : ecological consequences -- Light polluiton and hormone-dependent cancers : a summary of accumulated empirical evidence -- Light pollution and its potential links to breast and prostate cancers. Geographic patterns of breast and prostate cancers (BC&PC) worldwide -- Light pollution and its associations with BC&PC in population-level studies -- Selected methodological issues of LAN-BC&PC reserach -- Dark-less world : what is next? (conclusions and prospects for future research).
  • 2009 Springer
    Elma D. Baron, editor.
  • 2003 HighWire
    edited by H. Drexler.
    Also available: Print – 2003
  • 2015 Springer
    S. Robert Rozbruch, Reggie C. Hamdy, editors.
    Adult deformity / S. Robert Rozbruch -- Tumor / Levent Eralp -- Upper extremity / John E. Herzenberg.
  • 2015 Springer
    Reggie C. Hamdy and Christopher Iobst [volume editors] ; S. Robert Rozbruch, Reggie C. Hamdy, editors.
    Consisting of case studies contributed by both domestic and international leaders in the field, this is an invaluable resource for all orthopedic surgeons and researchers and practitioners of limb lengthening, deformity correction and the Ilizarov method. Comprehensive yet accessible, this volume covers pediatric deformity correction, from congenital deformities to growth plate injuries. Each of the unique cases includes color photographs and radiographs from before, during and after surgery and will follow a consistent chapter structure which outlines a brief clinical history of the case, preoperative problem list, treatment strategy, basic principles, technical pearls and how to avoid and manage complications and subsequent problems. Suggested readings round out each case. A comprehensive presentation of techniques is featured, including external fixation, internal fixation, combination approaches and fully implantable limb lengthening nails. This case-based approach is an efficient and thorough way to learn this exciting new frontier in orthopedic surgery.
  • 2015 Springer
    S. Robert Rozbruch, Reggie C. Hamdy, editors.
    Consisting of case studies contributed by both domestic and international leaders in the field, this is an invaluable resource for all orthopedic surgeons and researchers and practitioners of limb lengthening, deformity correction and the Ilizarov method. Comprehensive yet accessible, this volume covers injuries to the foot and ankle as well as orthopedic trauma, from foot and ankle fusions and clubfoot correction to femoral and tibial reconstruction. Each of the unique cases includes color photographs and radiographs from before, during and after surgery and will follow a consistent chapter structure which outlines a brief clinical history of the case, preoperative problem list, treatment strategy, basic principles, technical pearls and how to avoid and manage complications and subsequent problems. Suggested readings round out each case. A comprehensive presentation of techniques is featured, including external fixation, internal fixation, combination approaches and fully implantable limb lengthening nails. This case-based approach is an efficient and thorough way to learn this exciting new frontier in orthopedic surgery.
  • 2007
    edited by S. Robert Rozbruch, Svetlana Ilizarov.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • v. 1-3, 1952-57. Google Books
    Fulltext (v. 2) Google Books
    Fulltext (v. 3) Google Books
    translation by B.S. Levine.
  • 2013 Karger
    editors, Luc J.C. van Loon, Romain Meeusen.
    Caffeine, exercise, and the brain / R. Meeusen, B. Roelands, L.L. Spriet -- Limits to human endurance : carnitine and fat oxidation / F.B. Stephens, S.D.R. Galloway -- Hydration during intense exercise training / R.J. Maughan, N.L. Meyer -- Intense exercise training and immune function / M. Gleeson, C. Williams -- Physiological and performance adaptations to high-intensity interval training / M.J. Gibala, A.M. Jones -- Effect of beta-alanine supplementation on high-intensity exercise performance / R.C. Harris, T. Stellingwerff -- Dietary protein for muscle hypertrophy / K.D. Tipton, S.M. Phillips -- The role of amino acids in skeletal muscle adaptation to exercise / N. Aguirre, L.J.C. van Loon, K. Baar -- National nutritional programs for the 2012 London Olympic Games : a systematic approach by three different countries / L.M. Burke, N. Meyer, J. Pearce.
  • 2007 Springer
    Jiming Jiang.
  • 2007 CRCnetBASE
    Brady West, Kathleen B. Welch, Andrzej T. Galecki ; with contributions from Brenda W. Gillespie.
  • 2006 Springer
    edited by Angus G. Dalgleish, Burkhard Haefner.
    Inflammation and cancer: the role of the immune response and angiogenesis / Angus G. Dalgleish and Ken O'Byrne -- Chronic inflammation and pathogenesis of GI and pancreatic cancers / Lindsey N. Jackson and B. Mark Evers -- Cytokines, NF-[kappa]B, microenvironment, intestinal inflammation and cancer / Arndt J. Schottelius and Harald Dinter -- Regulation of NF-[kappa]B transcriptional activity / Linda Vermeulen, Wim Vanden Berghe and Guy Haegeman -- The role of immune cells in the tumor microenvironment / Theresa L. Whiteside -- Tumor-microenvironment interactions: the seletcin-selectin ligand axis in tumor-endothelium cross talk / Isaac P. Witz -- CD95L/FasL and trail in tumour surveillance and cancer therapy / Harald Wajant -- Infection & neoplastic growth 101: the required reading for microbial pathogens aspiring to cause cancer / Jessica Berout and Andrei Thomas-Tikhonenko -- Cytokines as mediators and targets for cancer cachexia / Josep M. Argilés, Sílvia Busquets and Francisco J. López-Soriano -- Targeting NF-[kappa]B in anticancer adjunctive chemotherapy / Burkhard Haefner.
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • 2007/2008
    Nathan C. Geething.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2011
    Yusuf Ozuysal.
    Neurons have a limited dynamic range. To more efficiently encode the large range of natural inputs, neural circuits adapt by dynamically changing their output range as a function of the input statistics. Variance adaptation provides an informative example of this process, whereby neurons change their response characteristics as a function of variance of their input. When their input distribution changes, sensory systems shift and scale their response curves to efficiently cover the new range of input values and they focus on different segments of the frequency spectrum, for example by choosing to average out the noise in a low signal-to-noise ratio environment by low-pass filtering their input and sacrificing resolution. In multiple sensory systems, adaptation to the variance of a sensory input changes the sensitivity, kinetics and average response over timescales ranging from < 100 ms to tens of seconds. Here we present a simple biophysically relevant model of retinal contrast adaptation that accurately captures both the membrane potential response and all adaptive properties. The adaptive component of this model is a first-order kinetic process of the type used to describe ion channel gating and synaptic transmission. We conclude that all adaptive dynamics can be accounted for by depletion of a signaling mechanism, and that contrast adaptation can be explained as adaptation to the mean of a thresholded signal. A diverse set of adaptive properties that implement theoretical principles of efficient coding can be generated by a single type of molecule or synapse with just a few microscopic states. The LNK model helps to highlight important aspects of adaptation by letting us focus on individual computational blocks separately. By using the LNK model, we investigate the source of the adaptive process in On-Off retinal ganglion cells, which show strong changes in their kinetics as a function of contrast. By analyzing properties of the LNK model, we conclude that most of the adaptive effect is due to differences in the threshold of the two pathways, with a smaller contribution from different adaptive kinetics. Adaptive temporal decorrelation in the retina arises due to differential thresholding in two parallel neural pathways.
  • 2005 ProQuest Safari
    Ellen Siever ... [et al.].
  • 2014 Springer
    edited by Antonia Kolokythas.
    The lip is the most common site of malignancy in the head and neck region. Although high cure rates can be achieved by early treatment, a significant percentage of lip cancers demonstrate aggressive behaviour, posing management difficulties. Given the aesthetic and functional significance of the lip, reconstruction post surgery is also extremely important, yet this, too, can be challenging. This textbook is intended as a comprehensive reference that will provide easy-to-follow and well-organized guidance on the management of lip cancer, from diagnosis to treatment and reconstruction. After discussion of anatomy and premalignant conditions, detailed attention is paid to squamous cell carcinoma of the lip. Surgical management is explained, and the roles of radiation therapy and chemotherapy, discussed. Reconstruction techniques following ablative surgery are then described in depth, with reference to defect size and complexity. In addition, the potential complications of treatment and reconstruction are presented, with advice on their management. The closing chapter considers other malignant lesions of the lip. The informative text is complemented by high-quality illustrations and clinical and radiographic material. The contributors all have extensive experience and in-depth knowledge of the topics they address.
  • 2012 Springer Protocols
    edited by Georgina Sandoval.
    Lipases : an overview / Leticia Casas-Godoy [and others] -- Lipases or esterases : Does it really matter? Toward a new bio-physico-chemical classification/ Yassine Ben Ali, Robert Verger, and Abdelkarim Abousalham -- Study of new feruloyl esterases to understand lipase evolution : the case of Bacillus flexus / Mónica Sánchez-González [and others] -- Phospholipases : an overview / Ahmed Aloulou [and others] -- High-throughput screening method for lipases/esterases / Eduardo Mateos-Díaz [and others] -- Functional-based screening methods for lipases, esterases, and phospholipases in metagenomic libraries/ Dolores Reyes Duarte, Manuel Ferrer, and Humberto García-Arellano -- Plant lipases : partial purification of Carica papaya lipase / Ivanna Rivera, Juan Carlos Mateos-Díaz, and Georgina Sandoval -- Plant phospholipases : an overview / Geliang Wang, Stephen Ryu, and Xuemin Wang -- Lipase and phospholipase inhibitors : design and applications / Mark E. Venable -- High-throughput assay of secreted phospholipases A₂ inhibitors / Wallace Thompson [and others] -- Heterologous expression systems for lipases : a review / Francisco Valero -- Streptomyces phospholipase D cloning and production / Yozo Nakazawa -- Cloning of PLD2 from baculovirus for studies in inflammatory responses / Julian Gomez-Cambronero and Karen M. Henkels -- Lipases production by solid-state fermentation : the case of Rhizopus homothallicus in perlite / Susana Velasco-Lozano, Tania Volke-Sepulveda, and Ernesto Favela-Torres -- Lipases and esterases from extremophiles : overview and case example of the production and purification of an esterase from Thermus thermophilus HB27 / Pablo Fuciños [and others] -- Purification, biochemical and kinetic properties of recombinant Staphylococcus aureus lipase / Habib Horchani [and others] -- Phospholipase A2 purification and characterization : a case study / Aida Carray [and others] -- The yeast Yarrowia lipolytica as a generic tool for molecular evolution of enzymes / Sophie Duquesne [and others] -- Molecular modeling of lipase binding to a substrate-water interface / Christian C. Gruber and Jürgen Pleiss -- Different strategies for hyperactivation of lipase biocatalysts / Jose M. Palomo and Jose M. Guisan -- Rational design of immobilized lipases and phospholipases / Alberto del Monte-Martínez and Bessy V. Cutiño-Avila -- Thermodynamical methods for the optimization of lipase-catalyzed reactions / Edmundo Castillo [and others] -- Lipases as biocatalysts for the synthesis of structured lipids / Ram Chandra [and others] -- Lipase-catalyzed modification of phenolic antioxidants / Pamela Torres [and others] -- Lipases as catalysts in synthesis of fine chemicals / Alicia Baldessari -- Lipases in green chemistry : acylation and alcoholysis on steroids and nucleosides / Alicia Baldessari and Luis E. Iglesias -- Lipases as biocatalyst for biodiesel production / Xiaohu Fan, Xochitl Niehus, and Georgina Sandoval -- Synthesis of biodegradable polymers using biocatalysis with Yarrowia lipolytica lipase / Karla A. Barrera-Rivera, Arturo Flores-Carreón, and Antonio Martínez-Richa -- Phospholipases in food industry : a review / Victor Casado [and others] -- Lipase and phospholipase biosensors : a review / Enrique J. Herrera-López.
  • ScienceDirect
    edited by Byron Rubin, Edward A. Dennis.
    Also available: Print – 1997
  • ScienceDirect
    edited by Byron Rubin, Edward A. Dennis.
    Also available: Print – 1997
  • 2009 Springer
    edited by Jean-François Jeannin.
    Structure and synthesis of lipid A / Shoichi Kusumoto, Masahito Hashimoto and Kazuyoshi Kawahara -- Conformation and supramolecular structure of lipid A / Klaus Brandenburg and Ulrich Seydel -- Interactions between lipid A and serum proteins / Jèorg Andrèa ... [et al.] -- The lipid A receptor / Kiyoshi Takeda -- Lipid A receptor TLR4-mediated signaling pathways / Masahiro Yamamoto and Shizuo Akira -- Lipid A-induced responses in vivo / Néjia Sassi ... [et al.] -- Lipid A-mediated tolerance and cancer therapy / Cheryl E. Rockwell, David C. Morrison and Nilofer Qureshi -- Lipid A in cancer therapies : preclinical results / Daniele Reisser and Jean-François Jeannin -- Monophosphoryl lipid A (MPL) as an adjuvant for anti-cancer vaccines : clinical results / Christopher W. Cluff -- Antitumoral effects of lipids A : clinical studies / Marc Bardou and Danièle Reisser.
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • 2006 CRCnetBASE
    editors, Magdi M. Mossoba ... [et al.].
    An overview of modern mass spectrometry methods in the toolbox of lipid chemists and biochemists / R. Moreau -- Techniques and applications in lipid analysis / Nils Hinrichsen and Hans Steinhart -- Recent advances in silver-ion HPLC utilizing acetonitrile in hexane as solvent: temperature effects on lipid elution orders/resolution / R.O. Adlof -- TLC-FID with special reference to marine lipids and other high-molecular-weight organic compounds / R.G. Ackman and A. Timmins -- Analysis of trans-18 :1 fatty acids by silver ion HPLC / P. Delmonte and M.P. Yurawecz -- Lipid separations using packed-column SFC / D.G. Hayes -- LC-MS and chiral separation / A. Kuksis -- LC-MS and lipid oxidation / A. Kuksis -- Structural analysis of unsaturated fatty acid methyl ester isomers with acetonitrile covalent adduct chemical ionization (CACI) / J.T. Brenna -- Fast GC for cellular fame analysis of bacteria / J.S. Buyer -- Use of cellular fatty acids to identify food-borne pathogens by infrared spectroscopy and capillary GC / M.M. Mossoba -- Infrared spectroscopy and partial least square calibration in the simultaneous quantification of isolated trans and conjugated linoleic acids / Alfred A. Christy -- Global cellular lipidome analyses by shotgun lipidomics using multidimensional mass spectrometry / X. Han and R.W. Gross -- Waxes and sterols: structures and chemistry / E.J. Parish and A.D. Bell -- Analysis of biological tissue and edible fat / J.K.G. Kramer -- Investigation of protein-lipid interactions by vibrational spectroscopy / E.C.Y. Li-Chan, G. Meng and N.K. Howell -- Fat replacers: an overview / W.E. Artz -- High-performance size-exclusion chromatography for lipid analysis in organic media / M.C. Dobarganes and G. Marquez-Ruiz -- Phospholipids : structures and physicochemical activities / M.C. Erickson.
  • 2002 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Tsung Min Kuo, Harold W. Gardner.
    Part I. Oilseed Quality Improvement -- 1. Metabolic Engineering of Fatty Acid Biosynthesis / David J. Schultz and John B. Ohlrogge -- 2. Biochemistry and Biotechnology of Triacylglycerol Accumulation in Plants / Randall J. Weselake -- 3. Redirecting Lipid Metabolism in Plants / David Hildebrand, Suryadevara Rao, and Tomoko Hatanaka -- 4. Perspectives on the Production of Industrial Oils in Genetically Engineered Oilseeds / Anthony J. Kinney -- 5. New Gene Combinations Governing Saturated and Unsaturated Fatty Acid Composition in Soybean / Richard F. Wilson, Joseph W. Burton, Vincent R. Pantalone, and Ralph E. Dewey -- 6. Strategies for the Development of NuSun Sunflower Hybrids / Brady A. Vick and Jerry F. Miller -- 7. Biosynthesis of Ricinoleic Acid for Castor-Oil Production / Thomas A. McKeon and Jiann-Tsyh Lin -- Part II. Oxylipins: Formation, Potential Uses, and Their Role in Defense -- 8. Enzymatic Transformation of Lipids as a Plant Defense Mechanism / Daisuke Shibata and Hiroyuki Ohta -- 9. Biocatalysis by the Plant Lipoxygenase Pathway: Oxygenated Fatty Acid Production and Hydroperoxide Lyases / Harold W. Gardner and Alexander N. Grechkin -- 10. Biocatalysis by the Plant Lipoxygenase Pathway: Hydroperoxide-Metabolizing Enzymes / Alexander N. Grechkin and Harold W. Gardner -- 11. Prostaglandin-like Oxylipins in Plants: Biosynthesis, Molecular Signaling, and Response to Environment / Martin J. Mueller -- 12. Cutin Monomers: Biosynthesis and Plant Defense / Elizabeth Ble -- 13. Structural Diversity of Marine Oxylipins -- William H. Gerwick and Inder Pal Singh -- 14. Formation of Oxygenated Fatty Acids by Fungal Enzymes / Ernst Oliw and Chao Su -- 15. Enzymic Formation of Flavor Volatiles from Lipids / Wilfried Schwab and Peter Schreier -- 16. Terpenoid-Based Defense in Plants and Other Organisms / Mario R. Tellez, Stephen O. Duke, Kevin K. Schrader, Franck E. Dayan, Joanne G. Romagni, and Mozaina Kobaisy -- Part III. Lipases and Food Nutrition -- 17. Lipases: Structure, Function, and Properties / Alejandro G. Marangoni -- 18. Industrial Uses of Lipase / Ching T. Hou -- 19. Plant Lipases as Biocatalysts / Kumar D. Mukherjee -- 20. Phospholipases in Enzyme Engineering of Phospholipids for Food, Cosmetics, and Medical Applications / Yugo Iwasaki and Tsuneo Yamane -- 21. Enzymatic Synthesis of Structured Lipids / Casimir C. Akoh, Subramani Sellappan, Lydia B. Fomuso, and Vivienne V. Yankah / 22. Enzymatic Production of Betapol and Other Specialty Fats / Casimir C. Akoh and Xuebing Xu -- 23. Enzyme-Mediated Modification of Milkfat / Victor M. Balcdo and F. Xavier Malcata -- 24. Enzymatic Enrichment of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids / Yuji Shimada, Akio Sugihara, and Yoshio Tominaga -- 25. Production of Tailor-Made Polyunsaturated Phospholipids Through Bioconversions / Koretaro Takahashi and Masashi Hosokawa -- Part IV. Biocatalysts in Nonfood Applications -- 26. Enzymatic Preparation of Chiral Pharmaceutical Intermediates by Lipases / Ramesh N. Patel -- 27. Production of C20 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids by an Arachidonic Acid-Producing Fungus Mortierella alpina 1S-4 and Related Strains / Jun Ogawa, Eiji Sakuradani, and Sakayu Shimizu -- 28. Microbial Transformations of Steroids / Herbert L. Holland -- 29. Enzymatic Approaches to the Production of Biodiesel Fuels / Michael J. Haas, George J. Piazza, and Thomas A. Foglia -- 30. Lipase-Catalyzed Synthesis of Value-Added Fatty Acid Esters / Jei-Fu Shaw -- 31. Microbiological Conversions of Fatty Acids to Value-Added Products / Tsung Min Kuo, Tsuneo Kaneshiro, and Ching T. Hou -- 32. Biosynthesis and Applications of Glycolipid and Lipopeptide Biosurfactants / David C. Herman and Raina M. Maier -- 33. Application of Lipolytic Enzymes in Detergents / Maarten R. Egmond -- 34. Supercritical Fluid Technology for Lipid Extraction, Fractionation, and Reactions / Jerry W. King -- 35. Enzyme Reactions in Supercritical Fluids / Osato Miyawaki and Kozo Nakamura.
  • 2013 ScienceDirect
    edited by Hongyuan Yang and Peng Li
    This new volume of Methods in Cell Biology looks at lipid droplets LDs, covering sections on analyses of LDs in model systems, cell/tissue-specific analyses of LDs and imaging and in vitro analyses of LD biogenesis and growth. Chapters are written by experts in the field. With cutting-edge material, this comprehensive collection is intended to guide researchers of LDs for years to come. Covers sections on analyses of lipid droplets (LDs) in model systems, cell/tissue-specific analyses of LDs and imaging, and in vitro analyses of LD biogenesis and growth Chapters are written by experts in t
  • 2007 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Frank D. Gunstone, John L. Harwood, Albert J. Dijkstra.
  • 2014 Springer
    Yoji Kato, editor.
    This volume focusses on oxidative modifications of lipid molecules and the successive generation of singlet oxygen. The book also covers the secondary adductions of these reactive species with proteins and aminophospholipids. During lipid peroxidation, the initial event is the formation of lipid hydroperoxide, which is followed by an oxidation event that starts a chain-reaction. The formed lipid hydroperoxide gradually decomposes into harmful aldehydes, which are the advanced end-products of lipid peroxidation.
  • 2015 Springer
    Hussein Yassine, editor.
    This timely, concise title provides an important update on clinical lipid management. Using information from recent clinical trials and in special populations, the book begins by offering an easy-to-read overview of LDL, HDL, and triglyceride metabolism and the genetics of lipid disorders. The link between inflammation and lipids, and how this relates to atherosclerosis development, is also addressed, as are the measures of subclinical atherosclerosis in patients with abnormal lipid levels. Lipid abnormalities in children, with a particular focus on vulnerable populations (with an emphasis on ethnicity and childhood obesity), are covered. The treatment goals and approaches for managing lipids in the clinic are thoroughly discussed, emphasizing the important role of statin use and addressing controversies of lipid management in special populations such as heart failure, end stage kidney disease and fatty liver disease. Of special note, an important update on how new HIV medications impact lipid levels is provided. In all, Lipid Management: From Basics to Clinic, is an invaluable, handy resource for understanding changes in lipids in different populations and for sharpening the clinical approach to managing complicated lipid cases.
  • 2011 Springer
    Akhlaq A. Farooqui.
    "Lipid Mediators and Their Metabolism in the Brain presents readers with cutting edge and comprehensive information not only on the synthesis and degradation of glycerophospholipid-, sphingolipid-, and cholesterol-derived lipid mediators, but also their involvement in neurological disorders. It is hoped that this monograph will be useful not only to postgraduate student and their teachers, but also to research scientists and physicians, who are curious about the generation and roles of lipid mediators in the brain."--Publisher's website.
  • 2006 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Robert J. Moffatt, Bryant Stamford.
  • ScienceDirect
    edited by Patrick J. Casey, Janice E. Buss.
    Also available: Print – 1995
  • 2007 Springer Protocols
    edited by Thomas J. McIntosh.
    Overview of membrane rafts / Thomas J. McIntosh -- Analysis of raft affinity of membrane proteins by detergent-insolubility / Deborah A. Brown -- Nondetergent isolation of rafts / Mehul B. Shah and Pravin B. Sehgal -- Detecting ordered domain formation (lipid rafts) in model membranes using tempo / Omar Bakht and Erwin London -- Using monomolecular films to characterize lipid lateral interactions / Rhoderick E. Brown and Howard L. Brockman -- Electro-formation and fluorescence microscopy of giant vesicles with coexisting liquid phases / Sarah L. Veatch -- Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy / Kristen Bacia and Petra Schwille -- Multiphoton laser-scanning microscopy and spatial analysis of dehydroergosterol distributions on plasma membrane of living cells / Avery L. McIntosh ... [et al.] -- NMR detection of lipid domains / Ivan V. Polozov and Klaus Gawrisch -- Lateral diffusion coefficients of raft lipids from pulsed field gradient NMR / Greger Orädd and Göran Lindblom -- Saturation-recovery electron paramagnetic resonance discrimination by oxygen transport (DOT) method for characterizing membrane domains / Witold K. Subczynski ... [et al.] -- Plasmon-waveguide resonance spectoscopy studies of lateral segregation in solid-supported proteolipid bilayers / Zdzislaw Salamon, Savitha Devanathan, and Gordon Tollin -- Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching studies of lipid rafts / Anne K. Kenworthy -- Single-molecule tracking / Marija Vrljic, Stefanie Y. Nishimura, and W.E. Moerner -- X-ray diffraction to determine the thickness of raft and nonraft bilayers / Thomas J. McIntosh -- Small-angle neutron scattering to detect rafts and lipid domains / Jeremy Pencer ... [et al.] -- Exploring membrane domains using native membrane sheets and transmission electron microscopy / Bridget S. Wilson ... [et al.] -- Atomic force microscopy of lipid domains in supported model membranes / Alan R. Burns -- Atomistic and coarse-grained computer simulations of raft-like lipid mixtures / Sagar A. Pandit and H. Larry Scott -- A microscopic model calculation of the phase diagram of ternary mixtures of cholesterol and saturated and unsaturated phospholipids / R. Elliott, I. Szleifer, and M. Schick.
  • Google Books
    Lipid Metabolism Branch, Division of Heart and Vascular Diseases, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.
    v. 1. The prevalence study, aggregate distribution of lipids, lipoproteins and selected variables in 11 North American populations.
    Also available: Print – 1980-
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  • 2009 Springer Protocols
    Banafshé Larijani, editor ; Rudiger Woscholski, editor ; Colin A. Rosser, editor.
    Eicosanoids : generation and detection in mammalian cells / Valerie B. O'Donnell, Ben Maskrey, and Graham W. Taylor -- Lipidomic analysis of phospholipids and related structures by liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry / Trevor R. Pettitt -- Measurement of polyphosphoinositides in cultured mammalian cells / Frank T. Cooke -- Inositol lipid-dependent functions in Saccharomyces cerevisiae : analysis of phosphatidylinositol phosphates / Stephen K. Dove and Robert H. Michell -- Methods for the determination of the masss of nuclear PtdIns4P, PtdIns5P, and PtdIns(4,5)P₂ / David R. Jones ... [et al.] -- Lipid quantification and structure determination of nuclear envelope precursor membranes in the sea urchin / Marie Garnier-Lhomme ... [et al.] -- Solution and solid-state NMR of lipids / Axelle Grelard ... [et al.] -- Spatial localization of PtdInsP₂ in phase-separated giant unilamellar vesicles with a fluorescent PLC-delta 1 PH domain / Xavier Mulet ... [et al.] -- Studying cell-to-cell interactions : an easy method of tethering ligands on artificial membranes / Sebastian J. Fleire and Facundo D. Batista -- Ceramide-induced transbilayer (flip-flop) lipid movement in membranes / F.-Xabier Contreras ... [et al.] -- Effects of sterols on the development and aging of Caenorhabditis elegans / Eun-Young Lee ... [et al.] -- Proteomic analysis of the sterol-mediated signaling pathway in Caenorhabditis elegans / Byung-Kwon Choi ... [et al.] -- Sudying the subcellular localization and DNA-binding activity of FoxO transcription factors, downstream effectors of P13K/Akt / Abdelkader Essafi ... [et al.] -- Measurement of PTEN activity in vivo by imaging phosphorylated Akt / Erika Rosivatz and Rudiger Woscholski -- Analysis of phosphatidylinositol 3,4,5 trisphosphate 5-phosphatase activity by in vitro and in vivo assays / Lisa M. Ooms ... [et al.] -- Measuring phospholipase D activity in insulin-secreting pancreatic [beta]-cells and insulin-responsive muscle cells and adipocytes / Rosanna Cazzolli ... [et al.] -- Protein kinase C as an effector of lipid-derived second messengers / Marie-Hélène Paclet ... [et al.] -- Detection of myotubularin phosphatases activity on phosphoinositides in vitro and ex vivo / Holger Maria Rohde ... [et al.] -- Quantification of multiple phosphatidylinositol 4-kinase isozyme activities in cell extracts / Mark G. Waugh, Shane Minogue, and J. Justin Hsuan -- Phospholipid-interacting proteins by solution-state NMR spectroscopy / Keiichiro Kami, Sundaresan Rajesh, and Michael Overduin -- Revealing signaling in single cells by single- and two-photon fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy / Damien Alcor, Veronique Calleja, and Banafshé Larijani -- Phosphoinositide (PI) 3-kinase assays / Michael J. Fry -- Measurement of phosphatidylinositol and phosphatidylcholine binding and transfer activity of the lipid transport Protein PITP / Shamshad Cockcroft -- In vitro reconstitution of activation of PLC[epsilon] by Ras and Rho GTPases / Natalia Lamuño Gandarillas ... [et al.] -- Assaying endogenous phosphatidylinositol-4-phosphate 5-kinase (PIP5K) activities / Jonathon R. Halstead ... [et al.] -- Preparation of membrane rafts / Mark G. Waugh and J. Justin Hsuan.
  • 2016 Springer Protocols
    edited by Mark Waugh.
    Method for assaying the lipid kinase phosphatidylinositol-5-phosphate 4-kinase α in quantitative high-throughput screening (qHTS) bioluminescent format / Mindy I. Davis, Atsuo T. Sasaki, and Anton Simeonov -- Assaying ceramide synthase activity in vitro and in living cells using liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry / Xin Ying Lim, Russell Pickford, and Anthony S. Don -- Fluorescent assays for ceramide synthase activity / Timothy A. Couttas and Anthony S. Don -- Identification of the interactome of a palmitoylated membrane protein, phosphatidylinositol 4-kinase type II alpha / Avanti Gokhale ... [et al.] -- Measurement of long-chain fatty Acyl-CoA synthetase activity / Joachim Füllekrug and Margarete Poppelreuther -- Qualitative and quantitative in vitro analysis of phosphatidylinositol phosphatase substrate specificity / Laura Ren Huey Ip and Christina Anja Gewinner -- Luciferase reporter assays to assess liver X receptor transcriptional activity / Matthew C. Gage, Benoit Pourcet, and Inés Pineda-Torra -- Metabolically biotinylated reporters for electron microscopic imaging of cytoplasmic membrane microdomains / Kimberly J. Krager and John G. Koland -- Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching analysis of the diffusional mobility of plasma membrane proteins : HER3 mobility in breast cancer cell membranes / Mitul Sarkar and John G. Koland -- Isolation and analysis of detergent-resistant membrane fractions / Massimo Aureli ... [et al.] -- Detection of isolated mitochondria-associated ER membranes using the sigma-1 receptor / Abasha Lewis, Shang-Yi Tsai, and Tsung-Ping Su -- Using surface plasmon resonance to quantitatively assess lipid-protein interactions / Kathryn Del Vecchio and Robert V. Stahelin -- Analyzing protein-phosphoinositide interactions with liposome flotation assays / Ricarda A. Busse ... [et al.] -- High-throughput fluorometric assay for membrane-protein interaction / Wonhwa Cho, Hyunjin Kim, and Yusi Hu -- Guidelines for the use of protein domains in acidic phospholipid imaging / Matthieu Pierre Platre and Yvon Jaillais -- Analysis of sphingolipid synthesis and transport by metabolic labeling of cultured cells with [3H]serine / Neale D. Ridgway -- Determination and characterization of tetraspanin-associated phosphoinositide-4 kinases in primary and neoplastic liver cells / Krista Rombouts and Vinicio Carloni -- Analysis of the phosphoinositide composition of subcellular membrane fractions / Deborah A. Sarkes and Lucia E. Rameh -- Single-molecule imaging of signal transduction via GPI- anchored receptors / Kenichi G. N. Suzuki -- Measuring phosphatidylinositol generation on biological membranes / Mark Waugh -- Assay for CDP-diacylglycerol generation by CDS in membrane fractions / Mark Waugh.
  • 2013 Springer
    Daniel G.S. Capelluto, editor.
    Sphingomyelin and its role in cellular signaling / Mahua Chakraborty and Xian-Cheng Jiang -- The driving force of alpha-synuclein insertion and amyloid channel formation in the plasma membrane of neural cells: key role of ganglioside- and cholesterol-binding domains / Jacques Fantini and Nouara Yahi -- The enigmatic role of sulfatides: new insights into cellular functions and mechanisms of protein recognition / Shuyan Xiao, Carla V. Finkielstein, and Daniel G. S. Capelluto -- Phosphoinositides and PDZ domain scaffolds / Anna Maria Wawrzyniak, Rudra Kashyap and Pascale Zimmermann -- PtdIns(4)P signalling and recognition systems / Marc Lenoir and Michael Overduin -- PtdIns(4,5)P2-mediated cell signaling: emerging principles and PTEN as a paradigm for regulatory mechanism / Arne Gericke, Nicholas R. Leslie, Mathias Lösche, and Alonzo H. Ross -- Role of phosphatidylinositol 3,4,5-trisphosphate in cell signaling / Robert D Riehle, Sinziana Cornea and Alexei Degterev -- The role of phosphoinositides and inositol phosphates in plant cell signaling / Glenda E. Gillaspy -- Phosphatidic acid-mediated signaling / Yu Liu, Yuan Su, and Xuemin Wang -- Phosphatidylserine-mediated cellular signaling / Jason G. Kay and Sergio Grinstein -- Cardiolipin-mediated cellular signaling / Vinay A. Patil and Miriam L. Greenberg.
    Also available: Print – 2013
  • 2010 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Eric J. Murphy, Thad A. Rosenberger.
    Methods for measuring the activity and expression of phospholipases A2 / by Prerna Rastogi, Janhavi Sharma, and Jane McHowat -- Methods for measuring the activity and expression of phospholipase C / by Ryan A. Frieler, John A. Watt, and Thad A. Rosenberger -- Methods for measuring the activity and expression of phospholipase D / by Wenjuan Su and Michael A. Frohman -- Methods for measuring the activity and expression of diacylglycerol kinase / by Kaoru Goto ... [et al.] -- Methods for measuring endocannabinoid production and expression and activity of enzymes involved in the endocannabinoid system / by Tiziana Bisogno, Luciano De Petrocellis, and Vincenzo Di Marzo -- Mass spectrometry methods for the analysis of lipid molecular species: a shotgun lipidomics approach / by Xianlin Han ... [et al.] -- Mass spectrometry methods for the analysis of bioactive sphingolipids : a high-performance liquid-chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry approach / by Jacek Bielawski, Motohiro Tani, and Yusuf A. Hannun -- Mass spectrometry methods for the analysis of oxidant stress in biological fluids and tissues : quantification of F2-isoprostanes and F4-neuroprostanes using mass spectrometry / by Ginger L. Mine and Jason D. Morrow -- Methods for assessing the role of lipid-activated nuclear receptors in regulation of gene transcription / by Jenny Kaeding, Jocelyn Trottier, and Olivier Barbier -- Fluorescence methods to assess the impact of lipid binding proteins on ligand-mediated activation of gene expression / by Heather A. Hostetler ... [et al.] -- Methods for measuring fatty acids using chromatographic techniques / by Gwendolyn Barecló-Coblijn, Cameron C. Murphy, and Eric J. Murphy -- Methods for measuring fatty acid uptake and targeting in cultured cells and in vivo / by Paul G. Millner, Serena M. Lackman, and Eric J. Murphy -- Methods for kinetic analysis of fatty acid incorporation and turnover in vivo : a steady-state kinetic radiotracer approach / by Dhaval P. Bhatt and Thad A. Rosenberger.
  • 2007 ScienceDirect
    edited by H. Alex Brown.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2007 ScienceDirect
    edited by H. Alex Brown.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2007 ScienceDirect
    edited by H. Alex Brown.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2013 Springer Protocols
    edited by Jörg H. Kleinschmidt.
    Quartz crystal microbalances as tools for probing protein-membrane interactions / Søren B. Nielsen and Daniel E. Otzen -- Surface plasmon resonance for measuring interactions of proteins with lipid membranes / Vesna Hodnik and Gregor Anderluh -- Probing the thermodynamics of protein-lipid interactions by isothermal titration calorimetry / Musti J. Swamy and Rajeshwer S. Sankhala -- Differential scanning calorimetry of protein-lipid interactions / Olga Canadas and Cristina Casals -- Atomic force microscopy and spectroscopy to probe single membrane proteins in lipid bilayers / K. Tanuj Sapra -- Optimized negative-staining protocol for examining lipid-protein interactions by electron microscopy / Mark Garewal, Lei Zhang, and Gang Ren -- Examining protein-lipid complexes using neutron scattering / Luke A. Clifton, Cameron Neylon, and Jeremy H. Lakey -- Circular-dichroism and synchrotron-radiation circular-dichroism spectroscopy as tools to monitor protein structure in a lipid environment / Koichi Matsuo and Kunihiko Gekko -- Structural characterization of membrane proteins and peptides by FTIR and ATR-FTIR spectroscopy / Suren A. Tatulian -- Forster resonance energy transfer as a tool for quantification of protein-lipid selectivity / Luıs M.S. Loura, Manuel Prieto, and Fabio Fernandes -- Guide to tracking single transmembrane proteins in supported lipid bilayers / Kumud Raj Poudel, Jeffrey P. Jones, and James A. Brozik -- Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy to examine protein-lipid interactions in membranes / Viktoria Betaneli and Petra Schwille -- Analyzing transmembrane protein and hydrophobic helix topography by dual fluorescence quenching / Gregory A. Caputo and Erwin London -- Studying lipid-protein interactions with electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy of spin-labeled lipids / Tibor Pa li and Zoltan Kota -- EPR techniques to probe insertion and conformation of spin-labeled proteins in lipid bilayers / Enrica Bordignon and Yevhen Polyhach -- Solid-state NMR approaches to study protein structure and protein-lipid interactions / Christopher Aisenbrey [and others] -- Solution NMR spectroscopy for the determination of structures of membrane proteins in a lipid environment / Ashish Arora -- Nanodiscs as a New Tool to Examine Lipid-Protein Interactions / Mary A. Schuler, Ilia G. Denisov, and Stephen G. Sligar -- Simulation approach to lipid-protein interactions / Teresa Paramo [and others].
  • 2008 Springer
    edited by Peter J. Quinn and Xiaoyuan Wang.
    Offers an account of the properties of the classes of lipids that are located in the membranes of various cells. This title presents a balanced perspective of what is known about the function of these lipids in healthy cells and tissues and what consequences follow malfunctions in their synthesis and metabolism.
  • 2016 Springer
    Yuki Nakamura, Yonghua Li-Beisson editors.
    Lipids: from chemical structures, biosynthesis, and analyses to industrial applications -- Roles of lipids in photosynthesis -- DGDG and glycolipids in plants and algae -- Thylakoid development and galactolipid synthesis cyanobacteria -- Role of lipids in chloroplast biogenesis -- Role of MGDG and non-bilayer lipid phases in the structure and dynamics of chloroplast thylakoid membranes -- Chemical genetics in dissecting membrane glycerolipid functions -- Triacylglycerol accumulation in photosynthetic cells in plants and algae -- Cellular organization of triacylglycerol biosynthesis in microalgae -- High-throughput genetics strategies for identifying new components of lipid metabolism in the green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii -- Plant sphingolipid meatbolism and function -- Plant surface lipids and epidermis development -- Role of lipid metabolism in plant pollen exine development -- Long-distance lipid signaling and its role in plant development and stress response -- Acyl-CoA-biinding proteins (ACBPs) in plant development -- The rise and fall of Jasmonate biological activities -- Green leaf volatiles in plant signaling and response -- Omics in Chlamydomonas for biofuel production -- Microalgae as a source for VLC-PUFA production -- Understanding sugar catabolism in unicellular cyanobacteria toward the application in biofuel and biomaterial production.
  • 2015 Springer
    Olga Gursky, editor.
    Role of Lipids in Folding, Misfolding and Function of Integral Membrane Proteins -- Protein Misfolding in Lipid-Mimetic Environments.- Lipids in Amyloid-[beta] Processing, Aggregation, and Toxicity -- Role of Cholesterol and Phospholipids in Amylin Misfolding, Aggregation and Etiology of Islet Amyloidosis -- Stability, Oligomerization, and Amyloidogenicity of Apo Serum Amyloid A -- Interactions of Lipid Membranes with Fibrillar Protein Aggregates -- The Role of Lipid in Misfolding and Amyloid Fibril Formation by Apolipoprotein C-II -- Amyloid-Forming Properties of Human Apolipoproteins: Sequence Analyses and Structural Insights -- Computational Approaches to Identification of Aggregation Sites and the Mechanism of Amyloid Growth -- Role of Syndecans in Lipid Metabolism and Human Diseases
    Also available: Print – 2015
  • ScienceDirect
    edited by John M. Lowenstein.
    Also available: Print – 1975
  • ScienceDirect
    edited by John M. Lowenstein.
    Also available: Print – 1981
  • ScienceDirect
    edited by John M. Lowenstein.
    Also available: Print – 1981
  • 2012 ScienceDirect
    edited by Gilbert Di Paolo, Markus R. Wenk.
    Supported native plasma membranes as platforms for the reconstitution and visualization of endocytic membrane budding / Min Wu, Pietro de Camilli -- Studying lipids involved in the endosomal pathway / Christin Bissig, Shem Johnson, Jean Gruenberg -- Studying in vitro membrane curvature recognition by proteins and its role in vesicular trafficking / Jean-Baptiste Manneville, Cécile Leduc, Benoit Sorre, Guillaume Drin -- Reconstituting multivesicular body biogenesis with purified components / Thomas Wollert -- Approaches to the study of Atg8-mediated membrane dynamics in vitro / Anjai Jotwani, Diana N. Richerson, Isabelle Motta, Omar Julca-Zevallos, Thomas J. Melia -- Reconstitution assay system for ceramide transport with semi-intact cells / Keigo Kumagai, Masahiro Nishijima, Kentaro Hanada -- Visualizing mitochondrial lipids and fusion events in mammalian cells / Huiyan Huang, Michael A. Frohman -- Targeted and non-targeted analysis of membrane lipids using mass spectrometry / Xue Li Guan, Markus R. Wenk -- Modulation of host phosphoinositide metabolism during salmonella invasion by the type III secreted effector SopB / Bernhard Roppenser, Sergio Grinstein, John H. Brumell -- Acute manipulation of phosphoinositide levels in cells / Belle Chang-Ileto, Samual G. Frere, Gilbert Di Paolo -- Regulation of phosphoinositide-metabolizing enzymes by clathrin coat proteins / Marnix Wieffer, Volker Haucke, Michael Krauß -- Phosphoinositides at the neuromuscular junction of drosophila melanogaster : a genetic approach / Jan R. Slabbaert, Thang Manh Khuong, Patrik Verstreken -- Devising powerful genetics, biochemical and structural tools in the functional analysis of phosphatidylinositol transfer proteins (PITPs) across diverse species / James M. Davison, Vytas A. Bankaitis, Ratna Ghosh -- Genome-wide screens for gene products regulating lipid droplet dynamics / Weihua Fei, Hongyuan Yang -- The three dimensionality of cell membranes : lamellar to cubic membrane transition as investigated by electron microsocopy / Ketpin Chong, Yuru Deng -- Quantitative imaging of lipid metabolism in yeast : from 4D analysis to high content screens of mutant libraries / Heimo Wolinski, Kristian Bredies, Sepp D. Kohlwein -- Analysis of cholesterol trafficking with fluorescent probes / Frederick R. Maxfield, Daniel Wüstner -- Fluorescence correlation methods for imaging cellular behavior of sphingolipid-interacting probes / Rachel Kraut, Nirmalya Bag, Thorsten Wohland -- Monitoring phospholipid dynamics during phagocytosis : application of genetically-encoded fluorescent probes / Helen Sarantis, Sergio Grinstein -- Genetically encoded probes for phosopatidic acid / Nawal Kassas, Petra Tryoen-Tóth, Matthias Corrotte, Tamou Thahouly, Marie-France Bader, Nancy J. Grant, Nicolas Vitale.
  • 2013 Springer Protocols
    edited by Lita A. Freeman.
    The lipid-rich and otherwise challenging nature of many key tissues complicates many aspects of current research, and applications of the unique nature of lipoproteins and their biological effects has engendered unique and vital methodologies. In Lipoproteins and Cardiovascular Disease: Methods and Protocols, experts in the field present a compendium of advanced and classical molecular biology methods targeted towards lipoprotein, atherosclerosis, and vascular biology research, bringing together in a single volume an updated set of protocols and strategies for methods now driving the most recent advances, along with classical methods that are still widely used. Among the many topics covered in this cutting-edge work, the book delves into crucial techniques such as quantitative real-time PCR, microarrays, RT-PCR laser capture microdissection, and tissue-specific gene overexpression, knockout, and knockdown methodologies, including AAV as a liver-directed gene delivery vehicle. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series format, chapters include introductions to their respective subjects, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and valuable notes which highlight tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Comprehensive and easy to use, Lipoproteins and Cardiovascular Disease: Methods and Protocols serves both novices and experts alike as a complete guide for any researcher with an interest in lipoproteins and their significant biological effects.
  • 2014 Springer
    Alicia J. Jenkins, Peter P. Toth, Timothy J. Lyons, editors.
  • 2002 Springer Protocols
    edited by Subhash C. Basu, Manju Basu.
  • v. 1-3, 2007 CRCnetBASE
    v. 2, 2007 CRCnetBASE
    v. 3, 2007 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Gregory Gregoriadis.
    v. 1. Liposome preparation and related techniques -- v. 2. Entrapment of drugs and other materials into liposomes -- v. 3. Interactions of liposomes with the biological milieu.
    Also available: Print – v. 1-3., 2007
  • pt. A-G, 2003-09 ScienceDirect
    pt. B, 2003 ScienceDirect
    pt. C, 2003 ScienceDirect
    pt. D, 2004 ScienceDirect
    pt. E, 2005 ScienceDirect
    pt. F, 2009 ScienceDirect
    pt. G, 2009 ScienceDirect
    edited by Nejat Düzgüneş.
  • 2005 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Claudio Nastruzzi.
  • 2006 Springer
    [edited by] Melvin A. Shiffman, Alberto Di Giuseppe.
  • 2016 Springer
    edited by Dieter Steinhilber, editor.
    Oxidation of polyunsaturated fatty acids by lipoxygenases leads to a variety of fatty acid metabolites which play important roles in physiology but also in pathophysiology. Data accumulated during the last decade point to the fact that lipoxygenase metabolites are involved in host defence reactions, cardiovascular system and contribute to the development of inflammatory and allergic diseases, cardiovascular disease and cancer. This PIR volume summarizes the physiological and pathophysiological functions of lipoxygenases.
    Also available: Print – 2016
  • 2010 Ovid
    Nettina, Sandra M.
    Also available: Print – 2010
  • 2013 Ovid
    [edited by] Sandra M. Nettina.
    Nursing practice and the nursing process -- Standards of care and ethical and legal issues -- Health promotion and preventive care -- Genetics and health applications -- Adult physical assessment -- Intravenous therapy -- Perioperative nursing -- Cancer nursing -- Care of the older or disabled adult -- Respiratory function and therapy -- Respiratory disorders -- Cardiovascular function and therapy -- Cardiac disorders -- Vascular disorders -- Neurologic disorders -- Eye disorders -- Ear, nose, and throat disorders -- Gastrointestinal disorders -- Hepatic, biliary, and pancreatic disorders -- Nutritional problems -- Renal and urinary disorders -- Gynecologic disorders -- Breast conditions -- Endocrine disorders -- Diabetes mellitus and related disorders -- Hematologic disorders -- Transfusion therapy and blood and marrow stem cell transplantation -- Asthma and allergy -- HIV infection and AIDS -- Connective tissue disorders -- Infectious diseases -- Musculoskeletal disorders -- Dermatologic disorders -- Burns -- Emergent conditions -- Maternal and fetal health -- Nursing management during labor and delivery -- Care of mother and neonate during the postpartum period -- Complications of the childbearing experience -- Pediatric growth and development -- Pediatric physical assessment -- Pediatric primary care -- Care of the sick or hospitalized child -- Pediatric respiratory disorders -- Pediatric cardiovascular disorders -- Pediatric neurologic disorders -- Pediatric eye and ear problems -- Pediatric gastrointestinal and nutritional disorders -- Pediatric renal and genitourinary disorders -- Pediatric metabolic and endocrine disorders -- Pediatric oncology -- Pediatric hematologic disorders -- Pediatric immunologic disorders -- Pediatric orthopedic problems -- Pediatric integumentary disorders -- Developmental disabilities -- Problems of mental health -- Appendices: Appendix A: Diagnostic studies and interpretation -- Appendix B: Conversion tables -- Appendix C: Pediatric laboratory values -- Appendix D: Sources of additional information.
  • 2006 Ovid
    Sandra M. Nettina ; editor, Elizabeth Jacqueline Mills.
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • 2001 Ovid
    Delia C. Baquiran.
    Also available: Print – 2001
  • 2008
    Pamela C. Champe, Richard A. Harvey, Denise R. Ferrier.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Unit I: Protein structure and function. Amino acids ; Structure of proteins ; Globular proteins ; Fibrous proteins ; Enzymes -- Unit II: Intermediary metabolism. Bioenergetics and oxidative phosphorylation ; Introduction to carbohydrates ; Glycolysis ; Tricarboxylic acid cycle ; Gluconeogenesis ; Glycogen metabolism ; Metabolism of monosaccharides and disaccharides ; Pentose phosphate pathway and NADPH ; Glycosaminoglycans and glycoproteins -- Unit III: Lipid metabolism. Metabolism of dietary lipids ; Fatty acid and triacylglycerol metabolism ; Complex lipid metabolism ; Cholesterol and steroid metabolism -- Unit IV: Nitrogen metabolism. Amino acids: disposal of nitrogen ; Amino acid degradation and synthesis ; Conversion of amino acids to specialized products ; Nucleotide metabolism -- Unit V: Integration of metabolism. Metabolic effects of insulin and glucagon ; The feed/fast cycle ; Diabetes mellitus ; Obesity ; Nutrition ; Vitamins -- Unit VI: Storage and expression of genetic information. DNA structure, replication and repair ; RNA structure, synthesis and processing ; Protein synthesis ; Regulation of gene expression ; Biotechnology and human disease.
  • 2011
    Richard A. Harvey, Denise R. Ferrier.
    Protein structure and function -- Intermediary metabolism -- Lipid metabolism -- Nitrogen metabolism -- Integration of metabolism -- Storage and expression of genetic information.
  • 2007
    Richard A. Harvey, Pamela C. Champe, Bruce D. Fisher.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2006
    Richard D. Howland, Mary J. Mycek ; editors, Richard A. Harvey, Pamela C. Champe.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2009
    Richard Finkel, Michelle A. Clark, Luigi X. Cubeddu.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2013 Ovid
    Judith M. Schultz, Sheila L. Videbeck.
    pt. 1. Using the manual. Nursing students and instructors -- Clinical nursing staff -- Using the electronic care plans to write individualized psychiatric nursing care plans -- Using written psychiatric care plans in nonpsychiatric settings -- Using the Internet -- pt. 2. Key considerations in mental health nursing. Fundamental beliefs -- Therapeutic milieu -- Sexuality -- Spirituality -- Culture -- Complementary and alternative medicine -- The aging client -- Loneliness -- Homelessness -- Stress -- Crisis intervention -- Community violence -- Community grief and disaster response -- The nursing process -- Evidence-based practice -- Best practices -- Interdisciplinary treatment team -- Nurse-client interactions -- Role of the psychiatric nurse -- Role of the client -- Recommended readings -- Resources for additional information -- pt. 3. Care plans. Section 1. General care plans : Care plan 1: Building a trust relationship ; Care plan 2: Discharge planning ; Care plan 3: Deficient knowledge ; Care plan 4: Nonadherence ; Care plan 5: Supporting the caregiver -- Section 2. Community-based care : Care plan 6: Serious and persistent mental illness ; Care plan 7: Acute episode care ; Care plan 8: Partial community support -- Section 3. Disorders diagnosed in childhood or adolescence : Care plan 9: Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder ; Care plan 10: Conduct disorders ; Care plan 11: Adjustment disorders of adolescence -- Section 4. Delirium, dementia, and head injury : Care Plan 12: Delirium ; Care plan 13: Dementia ; Care plan 14: Head injury -- Section 5. Substance-related disorders : Care plan 15: Alcohol withdrawal ; Care plan 16: Substance withdrawal ; Care plan 17: Substance dependence treatment program ; Care plan 18: Dual diagnosis ; Care plan 19: Adult children of alcoholics -- Section 6. Schizophrenia and psychotic disorders/symptoms : Care plan 20: Schizophrenia ; Care plan 21: Delusions ; Care plan 22: Hallucinations ; Care plan 23: Delusional disorder ; Care plan 24: Psychotic behavior related to a medical condition -- Section 7. Mood disorders and related behaviors : Care plan 25: Major depressive disorder ; Care plan 26: Suicidal behavior ; Care plan 27: Bipolar disorder, manic episode -- Section 8. Anxiety disorders : Care plan 28: Anxious behavior ; Care plan 29: Phobias ; Care plan 30: Obsessive-compulsive disorder ; Care plan 31: Post-traumatic stress disorder -- Section 9. Somatoform and dissociative disorders : Care plan 32: Somatization disorder ; Care plan 33: Conversion disorder ; Care plan 34: Hypochondriasis ; Care plan 35: Dissociative disorders -- Section 10. Eating disorders : Care plan 36: Anorexia nervosa ; Care plan 37: Bulimia nervosa -- Section 11. Sleep disorders and adjustment disorders : Care plan 38: Sleep disorders ; Care plan 39: Adjustment disorders of adults.
  • 2005 Ovid
    Judith M. Schultz, Sheila L. Videbeck.
    pt. 1. Using the manual -- Nursing students and instructors -- Clinical nursing staff -- Using the manual's CD-ROM to write individualized psychiatric nursing care plans -- pt. 2. Basic concepts -- Fundamental beliefs -- Therapeutic milieu -- Care delivery settings -- Sexuality -- Spirituality -- Culture -- The aging client -- Loneliness -- HIV disease and AIDS -- Homelessness -- Stress -- Crisis intervention -- Community violence -- Community grief and disaster response -- The nursing process -- Evidence-based practice -- Best practices -- Interdisciplinary treatment team -- Nurse-client interactions -- Role of the psychiatric nurse -- Role of the client -- pt. 3. Care plans -- General care plans -- Building a trust relationship -- Discharge planing -- Deficient knowledge -- Noncompliance -- Supporting the caregiver -- Community-based care -- Persistent and severe mental illness -- Acute episode care -- Partial community support -- Disorders diagnosed in childhood or adolescence -- Attention deficit / Hyperactivity disorder -- Conduct disorders -- Adjustment disorders of adolescence -- Delirium and dementia -- Delirium -- Dementia -- Substance-related disorders -- Alcohol withdrawal -- Substance withdrawal -- Dual diagnosis -- Schizophrenia and psychotic disorders/symptoms -- Schizophrenia -- Delusions -- Hallucinations -- Delusional disorder -- Psychotic behavior related to a medical condition -- Mood disorders and related behaviors -- Major depressive disorder -- Suicidal behavior -- Bipolar disorder, manic episode -- Anxiety disorders -- Anxious behavior -- Phobias -- Obsessive compulsive disorder -- Posttraumatic stress disorder -- Somatoform and dissociative disorders -- Somatization disorder -- Conversion disorder -- Hypochondriasis -- Dissociative disorders -- Eating disorders -- Anorexia nervosa -- Bulimia nervosa -- Sleep disorders and adjustment disorders -- Sleep disorders -- Adjustment disorders of adults -- Personality disorders -- Paranoid personality disorder -- Schizoid and schizotypal personality disorders -- Antisocial personality disorder -- Borderline personality disorder -- Dependent personality disorder -- Passive-aggressive personality disorder -- Behavioral and problem-based care plans -- Withdrawn behavior -- Hostile behavior -- Aggressive behavior -- Sexual, emotional, or physical abuse -- Grief -- Disturbed body image -- Living with a chronic or terminal illness -- Neurologic illnesses -- Head injury -- Substance dependence treatment program -- Adult children of alcoholics -- The client who will not eat -- Appendices -- DSM-IV-TR classification -- NANDA taxonomy II: domains, classes, diagnostic concepts, and diagnoses -- Sample psychosocial assessment tool -- Standards of psychiatric mental health clinical nursing practice -- Canadian standards of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing Practice (2nd ed.) -- Communication techniques -- Defense mechanisms -- Sychopharmacology -- Case study and care plan.
  • 2009 Ovid
    Judith M. Schultz, Sheila L. Videbeck.
  • 2008 Ovid
    Amy M. Karch.
  • 2007 Ovid
    Amy M. Karch.
  • 2011 Ovid
    Amy M. Karch.
  • 2015 Ovid
    Amy M. Karch.
    Patient Safety and Medication Administration -- Nursing Process Guidelines -- Pharmacologic Classes -- Alphabetical Listing of Drugs by Generic Name.
  • 2012 Ovid
    Amy M. Karch.
  • 2013 Ovid
    Lippincott's Nursing Procedures, 6e, is start-to-finish guide to more than 400 nursing procedures from basic to advanced. This reference outlines every procedure, lists equipment, details each step, and includes rationales and cautions to ensure patient safety and positive outcomes. Concise, clear content targets key information needed to perform procedures safely and accurately at the bedside. Tips, alerts, checklists, illustrations, and tables provide clarity and quick access to key procedural information. Organized alphabetically for easy accessibility, the book includes basic and advanced procedures on key topics, such as: infection control, specimen collection, physical treatments, drug administration, IV therapy, hemodynamic monitoring, as well as procedures related to body systems such as chest tubes, peripheral nerve stimulation, and intra-abdominal pressure monitoring.
  • 2006
    Donna E. Hansel, Renee Z. Dintzis.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Cell injury -- Inflammation -- Repair, regeneration, and fibrosis -- Immunopathology -- Neoplasia -- Development and genetic diseases -- Hemodynamic disorders -- Environmental and nutritional pathology -- Infectious and parasitic diseases -- Blood vessels -- The heart -- The respiratory system -- The gastrointestinal tract -- The liver and the gallbladder -- The pancreas -- The kidney -- The lower urinary tract and male reproductive tract -- The female reproductive tract -- The breast -- Hematophathology -- The endocrine system -- Diabetes mellitus -- Amyloidoses --The skin -- The head and neck -- Bones, joints, and soft tissue -- Skeletal muscle -- The nervous system -- The eye.
  • 2003 Wiley
    Robert E. Ardrey.
    ch. 1 Introduction, p. 1-5 -- ch. 2 Liquid Chromatography, p. 7-31 -- ch. 3 Mass Spectrometry, p. 33-74 -- ch. 4 Interface Technology, p. 75-127 -- ch. 5 Applications of High Performance Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry, p. 129-234.
  • 2006 CRCnetBASE
    Niessen, W. M. A.
  • 2005 Springer
    edited by Anne Kathrine Hvoslef-Eide and Walter Preil.
  • 2001 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Alexander G. Volkov.
  • Google Books
    Army Medical Library.
    Also available: Print – [1931]
  • Google Books
    by the committee on standardization appointed by the Council of Natonal Defense.
  • 2007 CRCnetBASE
    edited by Elliot T. Ryser, Elmer H. Marth.
    The genus Listeria and Listeria monocytogenes: phylogenetic position, taxonomy, and identification / Jocelyn Rocourt and Carmen Buchrieser -- Ecology of Listeria species and L. monocytogenes in the natural environment / Brian D. Sauders and Martin Wiedmann -- Listeriosis in animals / Irene V. Wesley -- Listeriosis in humans / John Painter and Laurence Slutsker -- Molecular virulence determinants of Listeria monocytogenes / Michael Kuhn and Werner Goebel -- Characteristics of Listeria monocytogenes important to food processors / Beatrice H. Lado and Ahmed E. Yousef -- Conventional methods to detect and isolate Listeria monocytogenes / Catherine W. Donnelly and David G. Nyachuba -- Rapid methods for detection of Listeria / Byron F. Brehm-Stecher and Eric A. Johnson -- Subtyping Listeria monocytogenes / Lewis M. Graves, Bala Swaminathan, and Susan B. Hunter -- Foodborne listeriosis / Dawn M. Norton and Christopher R. Braden -- Incidence and behavior of Listeria monocytogenes in unfermented dairy products / Elliot T. Ryser -- Incidence and behavior of Listeria monocytogenes in cheese and other fermented dairy products / Elliot T. Ryser -- Incidence and behavior of Listeria monocytogenes in meat products / Jeffrey M. Farber, Franco Pagotto, and Chris Scherf -- Incidence and behavior of Listeria monocytogenes in poultry and egg products / Elliot T. Ryser -- Incidence and behavior of Listeria monocytogenes in fish and seafood / Karen C. Jinneman, Marleen M. Wekell, and Mel W. Eklund -- Incidence and behavior of Listeria monocytogenes in products of plant origin / Robert E. Brackett -- Incidence and control of Listeria in food processing facilities / Jeffrey L. Kornacki and Joshua Gurtler -- Listeria: risk assessment, regulatory control, and economic impact / Ewen C.D. Todd -- Perspectives on research needs / Elmer H. Marth ... [et al.].
  • 2014 Springer Protocols
    edited by Kieran Jordan, Edward M. Fox, Martin Wagner.
    Listeria monocytogenes is still a major threat to public health. A new book in the Methods in Molecular Biology series, Listeria monocytogenes: Methods and Protocols addresses its titular pathogen with protocols and methodologies used in research to gain a better understanding of Listeria at a molecular level. The topics covered include sampling in order to isolate Listeria, methods for their identification and characterization, methods for gene manipulation, and, finally, methods for control of the organism. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series format, chapters include introductions to their respective subjects, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Vital and authoritative, Listeria monocytogenes: Methods and Protocols aims to contribute to the harmonization of the methods used in the field and will therefore benefit all those interested in Listeria research.
  • 2007 Springer
    edited by Howard Goldfine and Hao Shen.
  • 2013 Karger
    volume editors, J. Bogousslavsky, S. Dieguez.
    Madness in Blaise Cendrars' novels : Moravagine and company / Tatu, L., Bogousslavsky, J. -- Balzac's Louis Lambert : schizophrenia before Kraepelin and Bleuler / Dieguez, S. -- Hysteria in fin de sicle French novels / Walusinski, O. -- The Nadja case / Bogousslavsky, J. -- The Great neurosis of Dr. Joseph Gerard / Lefrère, J.-J., Rouillon, F. -- Psychopathic characters in fiction / Piechowski-Jozwiaka, B., Bougousslavsky J. -- Misidentifications in Pirandello's plays and short stories / Paciaroni, M., Kilcline, T. -- Doubles everywhere : literary contributions to the study of the bodily self / Dieguez, S. -- Van Gogh's disease in light of his correspondence / Voskuil, P.H.A. -- Migraine and methaphor / Haan, J. -- Stranger than fiction : literary and clinical amnesia / Dieguez, S., Annoni J.-M. -- Alcoholism between fiction and reality / Carota, A., Calabrese P. -- Protagonists with Parkinson's disease / Haan, J. -- Some movement disorders / Perkin, G.D. -- Epilepsy in Dostoevsky's novels / Voskuil, P.H.A. -- Theater in Professor Charcot's Galaxy / Poirier J., Philippon, J. -- Doctors in Balzac's work / Moulin T. -- Dotor Chekhov's doctors / Crommelynck I. -- Marcel Proust's fictional diseases and doctors / Bogousslavsky J.
  • 2013 ScienceDirect
    edited by Anne Stiles, Stanley Finger and François Boller.
    This well-established international series examines major areas of basic and clinical research within neuroscience, as well as emerging and promising subfields. This volume on the neurosciences, neurology, and literature vividly shows how science and the humanities can come together --- and have come together in the past. Its sections provide a new, broad look at these interactions, which have received surprisingly little attention in the past. Experts in the field cover literature as a window to neurological and scientific zeitgeists, theories of brain and mind in literature, famous authors and their suspected neurological disorders, and how neurological disorders and treatments have been described in literature. In addition, a myriad of other topics are covered, including some on famous authors whose important connections to the neurosciences have been overlooked (e.g., Roget, of Thesaurus fame), famous neuroscientists who should also be associated with literature, and some overlooked scientific and medical men who helped others produce great literary works (e,g., Bram Stoker's Dracula). There has not been a volume with this coverage in the past, and the connections it provides should prove fascinating to individuals in science, medicine, history, literature, and various other disciplines. This book looks at literature, medicine, and the brain sciences both historically and in the light of the newest scholarly discoveries and insights.
  • 2013 ScienceDirect
    edited by Anne Stiles, Stanley Finger and François Boller.
    This well-established international series examines major areas of basic and clinical research within neuroscience, as well as emerging and promising subfields. This volume on the neurosciences, neurology, and literature vividly shows how science and the humanities can come together --- and have come together in the past. Its sections provide a new, broad look at these interactions, which have received surprisingly little attention in the past. Experts in the field cover literature as a window to neurological and scientific zeitgeists, theories of brain and mind in literature, famous authors and their suspected neurological disorders, and how neurological disorders and treatments have been described in literature. In addition, a myriad of other topics are covered, including some on famous authors whose important connections to the neurosciences have been overlooked (e.g., Roget, of Thesaurus fame), famous neuroscientists who should also be associated with literature, and some overlooked scientific and medical men who helped others produce great literary works (e,g., Bram Stoker's Dracula). There has not been a volume with this coverage in the past, and the connections it provides should prove fascinating to individuals in science, medicine, history, literature, and various other disciplines. This book looks at literature, medicine, and the brain sciences both historically and in the light of the newest scholarly discoveries and insights.
  • 2008
    / [edited by] Osama O. Zaidat, Alan J. Lerner.
    Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2011 Springer
    Mike R. Schoenberg, James G. Scott, editors.
    The neuropsychology referral and answering the referral question / Mike R. Schoenberg and James G. Scott -- Deconstructing the medial chart / Alan J. Lerner and Mike R. Schoenberg -- Neuroanatomy primer : structure and function of the human nervous system / Mike R. Schoenberg, Patrick J. Marsh, and ALan J. Lerner -- Components of the neuropsychological evaluation / James G. Scott -- Arousal : the disoriented, stuporous, agitated or somnolent patient / James G. Scott -- Attention/concentration : the distractible patient / James G. Scott -- Language problems and assessment : the aphasic patient / James G. Scott and Mike R. Schoenberg -- Memory and learning : the forgetful patient / James G. Scott and Mike R. Schoenberg -- Deficits in visuospatial/visuoconstructional skills and motor praxis / James G. Scott and Mike R. Schoenberg -- Frontal lobe/executive functioning / James G. Scott and Mike R. Schoenberg -- Affect, emotions and mood / James G. Scott and Mike R. Schoenberg -- Aphasia syndromes / Mike R. Schoenberg and James G. Scott -- Cerebrovbascular disease and stroke / Cathy Sila and Mike R. Schoenberg -- Dementias and mild cognitive impairment in adults