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Bioingegneria

Circuits, Signals and Systems for Bioengineers

A MATLAB-Based Introduction

John Semmlow

editore: Academic Press Inc

pagine: 782

Circuits, Signals and Systems for Bioengineers: A MATLAB-Based Introduction, Third Edition, guides the reader through the electrical engineering principles that can be applied to biological systems. It details the basic engineering concepts that underlie biomedical systems, medical devices, biocontrol and biomedical signal analysis, providing a solid foundation for students in important bioengineering concepts. Fully revised and updated to better meet the needs of instructors and students, the third edition introduces and develops concepts through computational methods that allow students to explore operations, such as correlations, convolution, the Fourier transform and the transfer function. New chapters have been added on image analysis, noise, stochastic processes and ergodicity, and new medical examples and applications are included throughout the text.
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Future health

Gabriele Grecchi

editore: EGEA

pagine: 105

Quindici anni fa per ottenere la sequenza del genoma umano occorrevano quasi 100 milioni di dollari: oggi ne bastano 1000. La riduzione esponenziale dei costi è il risultato positivo di una progressiva convergenza tra scienze della vita e informatica, tra fisica e ingegneria. Questa evoluzione va ora a toccare la ricerca medica in modi inaspettati: l'effetto della digitalizzazione e personalizzazione è dirompente anche in tema di salute, con lo sfruttamento dei big data e le capacità di calcolo dei moderni computer. Empowered patient, remote care, robot che migliorano interventi e protesi, sensori e stampa 3D, intelligenza artificiale applicata alle decisioni mediche: è la grande rivoluzione delle scienze della vita, che migliorerà la nostra esistenza, allungandone la durata.
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Fisiologia e biofisica delle cellule

Vanni Taglietti

editore: Edises

pagine: 648

Il testo presenta un "taglio" espositivo diverso dal tradizionale verticalismo con cui viene solitamente impartita la didattica della fisiologia. Non integrativo, secondo il solito programma di partire dall'alto, cioè dalle funzioni dei grandi sistemi ed apparati (la respirazione, la digestione, ecc.), e "scendere verso il basso", affinando progressivamente l'analisi dei processi fisiologici sino al livello cellulare e molecolare. Non riduzionista, secondo l'idea di partire dal basso, cioè dagli atomi e dalle molecole costituitivi della materia vivente, e "salire verso l'alto" secondo un gradiente di complessità strutturale e funzionale che magari arrivasse fino al cervello ed alla mente dell'uomo. Il proposito è piuttosto quello di partire dal cuore della materia fisiologica, e cioè dal livello delle cellule, che stanno alla base di tutte le strutture e di tutte le funzioni dei viventi, e da lì espandersi in tutte le direzioni.
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Biologia molecolare. Principi di funzionamento del genoma

a cura di S. Barabino, R. Favilla

editore: Pearson

pagine: 795

Questo libro propone un nuovo e originale approccio all'insegnamento della biologia molecolare. Le autrici lo hanno concepito partendo dal presupposto che, per comprendere i concetti fondamentali di questa disciplina e la sua affascinante complessità, non è necessario approfondire ogni singolo dettaglio quanto piuttosto comprendere i principi chimici e fisici che sono alla base dei processi biologici. La successione dei capitoli segue un preciso filo logico e presenta un insieme bilanciato di informazioni su organismi procariotici ed eucariotici. Le sezioni all'interno dei singoli capitoli sono strutturate in funzione dei concetti chiave del soggetto trattato, fornendo in questo modo una mappa concettuale di grande valore didattico. Riconoscendo l'estrema importanza delle evidenze sperimentali nella comprensione della biologia molecolare, le autrici hanno arricchito il testo con numerosi inserti, denominati "Approcci sperimentali", nei quali vengono descritti gli esperimenti chiave che hanno permesso la comprensione di importanti aspetti della biologia molecolare. Particolarmente utili sono anche i riferimenti a modelli molecolari presenti nel testo, attraverso i quali è possibile visualizzare in modo interattivo la struttura delle proteine e degli acidi nucleici raffigurati.
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Stem Cells

Scientific Facts and Fiction

Anja Van de Stolpe, Bernard Roelen
e altri

editore: Academic Press Inc

pagine: 324

Recent advances in the fields of medicine and technology have led to the development of stem cell therapy. A stem cell is a cell that has the potential to develop into many different types of cell in the body. It has the ability to divide and copy itself and at least one other specialized type of cell. Stem Cells was written to provide information about the development of stem cell therapy, which can be used in the fields of research and medicine. The main goal of the book is to provide readers with an overview of the scientific facts about stem cells and its promising effects on the human body, as well as on the creation of new drugs and medicines. The book also highlights the ongoing clinical research into stem cells and lists the therapies whose effectiveness is being investigated. Many scientists argue that stem cell therapy will be of great help to patients and society if it is proven to be safe and effective. * Explains in straightforward, non-specialist language the basic biology of stem cells and their applications in modern medicine and future therapy * Includes extensive coverage of adult and embryonic stem cells both historically and in contemporary practice * Richly illustrated to assist in understanding how research is done and the current hurdles to clinical practice
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Handbook of Therapeutic Antibodies

Technologies, Emerging Developments and Approved Therapeutics

Stefan Dubel

editore: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH

pagine: 1250

Antibodies are an essential part of the immune system in vertebrates. Their generation involves a random mutation and rearrangement process and they can be in principle directed against any biological compound. In the last years biotechnological processes have been developed allowing for the selection of any antibody with a specific target and the subsequent large scale production of this antibody. This most comprehensive reference source for the development, production and therapeutic application of antibodies is now available as a paperback edition. It includes general chapters presenting established technologies and clinical applications, chapters on emerging technologies, new therapeutic concepts, and clinical studies and detailed and specific information about currently approved therapeutic antibodies, including clinical data. This is a must-have resource for academic researchers and decision makers in the industry, as well as healthcare professionals in the clinic.
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PACS and Imaging Informatics

Basic Principles and Applications

H. K. Huang

editore: Wiley-Blackwell (an imprint of John Wiley & Sons Ltd)

pagine: 1048

The definitive guide to PACS -- now with more clinically applicable material In recent years, the field of picture archiving and communications systems--PACS--and image informatics has advanced due to both conceptual and technological advancements. This edition of PACS and Imaging Informatics: Basic Principles and Applications addresses the latest in this exciting field. In contrast to the previous edition, this updated text uses the framework of image informatics, not physics or engineering principles, to explain PACS. It is the only resource that thoroughly covers the critical issues of hardware/software design and implementation in a systematic and easily comprehensible manner. To strengthen and update the book, the author: Emphasizes clinical applications of PACS and integrates clinical examples throughout the text Reflects the many changes in the field, with new chapters on Web-based PACS, security, integrating the healthcare enterprise, clinical management systems, and the electronic patient record Uses the framework of imaging informatics to explain PACS, making the book accessible to those without advanced knowledge of physics, engineering, math, or information technology Explains how PACS can improve workflow, therapy, and treatment With the most systematic and thorough coverage of practical applications available, this text is the complete guide for all those involved in designing, implementing, and using PACS. Professionals in medical and allied health imaging informatics; radiologists and their technical staff; surgeons and oncologists and their teams; medical and electronic engineers; medical informaticians; and fellows, graduate students, and advanced undergraduates will all benefit from this valuable resource. "An excellent book for people involved in the design, implementation, or simply the operations of PACS and an appropriate textbook." -- From a review of the previous edition in IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology "The strength of the book lies in the vast experience of the author, who has implemented PACS at numerous institutions in the United States and abroad." -- From a review of the previous edition in Radiology
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Essential stem cell methods

LANZA R. , KLIMANSKAYA I.

editore: Academic Press

pagine: 608

Stem cells are of great interest to scientists and clinicians due to their ability to differentiate into various tissues of the body, making them a promising source of cells for regenerative medicine and drug discovery as well as a model of vertebrate development. This title features a set of protocols written by experts in the field.
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Stem cell anthology

Stem cell biology, tissue engineering, cloning, regenerative medicine and biology

CARLSON B. M.

editore: Academic Press

pagine: 402

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Microarray analysis of the physical genome

Methods and protocols

POLLACK J. R.

editore: Humana Press

pagine: 223

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Biology of Stem Cells and the Molecular Basis of the Stem State

Dov Zipori

editore: Humana Press Inc.

pagine: 304

Biology of Stem Cells and the Molecular Basis of the Stem State concentrates upon adult stem cells, particularly on mesenchymal cell populations, which is the author's area of expertise. The text offers the reader a detailed description of the emergence of stem cell research and the dogmas that were created during the first decades of analysis of stem cell properties, particularly those of hemopoietic stem cells. Biology of Stem Cells and the Molecular Basis of the Stem State also introduces the reader to the commonly accepted notions regarding stem cell biology, with an emphasis on an alternative view of stemness, i.e. the stem state. In keeping with the popularity of this topic, Biology of Stem Cells and the Molecular Basis of the Stem State addresses the major controversies and points of dispute, among researchers in the stem cell field. Overall, Biology of Stem Cells and the Molecular Basis of the Stem State presents a well-rounded dialogue about stem cells as it not only concentrates upon the biological elements of stem cell, but also addresses the controversy and hype currently enveloping this popular subject.
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Molecular Structure and Function of the Tight Junction

Jorg-Dieter Schulzke, Michael Fromm

editore: New York Academy of Sciences

pagine: 300

Aim of this volume is to clarify the relationship between molecular structure and function of tight junction proteins, as well as their regulation and their role in diseases. Current research may form a basis for future diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to diseases which seem to have not much in common but are characterized by defects of organ barriers, like Crohn's disease, renal hypertension, inner ear deafness, and cancerous diseases. Topics include the functions of distinct tight junction proteins as barrier or channel formers for solutes and water, characteristics of the tight junction in inflammatory bowel diseases, posttranslational modifications of tight junction proteins, the relation between renal tight junction proteins and blood pressure control, and the molecular structure of claudin-claudin interactions NOTE: Annals volumes are available for sale as individual books or as a journal. For information on institutional journal subscriptions, please visit www.blackwellpublishing.com/nyas. ACADEMY MEMBERS: Please contact the New York Academy of Sciences directly to place your order (www.nyas.org). Members of the New York Academy of Science receive full-text access to the Annals online and discounts on print volumes. Please visit http://www.nyas.org/MemberCenter/Join.aspx for more information about becoming a member.
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Type 2 Diabetes

Claire Stocker

editore: Humana Press Inc.

pagine: 288

Diabetes is now reaching epidemic proportions, and the associated complications of this disease can be disabling and even life-threatening. In Type 2 Diabetes: Methods and Protocols, leading investigators provide up-to-date explanations of commonly used laboratory protocols used in diabetes research. Covering the commonly described in vivo and in vitro model systems, the volume ultimately leads to an overall view of how cellular dysfunction and degeneration leads to susceptibility and diabetes disease progression. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology(TM) series format, chapters include brief introductions to their respective subjects, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible protocols, and expert notes on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Comprehensive and cutting-edge, Type 2 Diabetes: Methods and Protocols offers succinct, proven techniques to aid research scientists and clinicians in continuing the study of this debilitating disease.
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