Genetics Databases (Biological Techniques Series) Computer access is the only way to retrieve up-to-date nucleic acid and protein sequence and structure information.
This book, edited by Martin Bishop, describes the available information and where to find it, and is essential reading for any researcher puzzled by the wealth of on-line data.
The reader will be guided through the maze of...
Bioinformatics: Problem Solving Paradigms There are fundamental principles for problem analysis and algorithm design that are continuously used in bioinformatics. This book concentrates on a clear presentation of these principles, presenting them in a self-contained, mathematically clear and precise manner, and illustrating them with lots of case studies from main fields of bioinformatics...
Tissue Stem Cells
Tissue stem cells and their medical applications have become a major focus of research over the past decade. With 16 full-color illustrations, this reference provides a thorough and up-to-date overview of the current and emerging technologies for stem cell research and transplantation. Divided into three sections covering general issues,...
Endocannabinoids: The Brain and Body's Marijuana and Beyond
Over the past decade, there have been major advances in understanding the mechanisms whereby marijuana interacts with the brain in producing psychoactive and potentially therapeutic effects. The discovery of specific gene coding for cannabinoid receptors activated by smoking marijuana, and the finding of endogenous cannabinoids, which...
The Gale Encyclopedia Of Cancer: A Guide To Cancer And Its Treatments (Gale Encyclopedia of Cancer) 2 Volume Set
Unfortunately, man must suffer disease. Some diseases
are totally reversible and can be effectively treated.
Moreover, some diseases with proper treatment have
been virtually annihilated, such as polio, rheumatic
fever, smallpox, and, to some extent, tuberculosis. Other
diseases seem to target one organ, such as the heart,...
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