Microarrays in Clinical Diagnostics (Methods in Molecular Medicine)
Within the last decade, microarray technology has evolved from an emerging
technology developed and used by a few laboratories into a well-established
technology used in laboratories all over the world. In fact, the need to
characterize genetic alterations is one of the highest priorities for the future of
medicine and the... Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging (Contemporary Cardiology)
Since the successful invention of the first Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
system by Damadian et al. for cancer diagnosis three decades ago, the medical use of
MRI has developed rapidly applicable to a wide range of diseases. Since the first
attempt to image the heart with MRI in the early 1980s, extensive hardware and software... A Physician's Guide to Clinical Forensic Medicine (Forensic Science) Clinical Forensic Medicine, a term now commonly used to refer to that branch of medicine involving an interaction among the law, the judiciary, and the police, and usually concerning living persons, is emerging as a speciality in its own right. There have been enormous developments in the subject in the last decade, with an increasing amount...
Nutrition and Metabolism: Underlying Mechanisms and Clinical Consequences "Nutrition and Metabolism: Underlying Mechanisms and Clinical Consequences" brings together internationally recognized experts to comprehensively review our current understanding of how nutrition interacts with the genetic substrate as well as environmental-exogenous factors, including physical activity or the lack thereof, to result in...
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