Spirulina in Human Nutrition and Health
Astonishingly rich in nutrients, Spirulina is one of the most popular and well researched functional foods in the multi-billion dollar global food supplement market. This ancient species provides readily bioavailable protein along with carotenoids, essential fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals and has therapeutic applications in...
Liver Immunology: Principles and Practice
Immunology is a broad branch of biomedical science that covers the study of all aspects of the immune system in all organisms. This volume is a must-read for novice and expert alike. In an easy-to-read and thorough format, it covers bacterial, parasitic and viral infections of the liver, autoimmune liver disease, alcoholic and nonalcoholic...
Sinus Surgery: Endoscopic and Microscopic Approaches
Taking a practical, ''in the trenches approach'' to diagnosing and treating nasal and sinus disorders, this book offers the expertise of world-renowned otolaryngologists-head and neck surgeons. From physiology and immunology of the sinuses to anatomic considerations and new radiologic techniques, the book covers all the topics...
Apoptosis, Cell Signaling, and Human Diseases: Molecular Mechanisms, Volume 1
The aim of Apoptosis, Cell Signaling, and Human Diseases: Molecular Mechanisms
is to present recent developments in cell survival and apoptotic pathways and
their involvement in human diseases, such as cancers and neurodegenerative disorders.
This requires an integration of knowledge from several fields of research, including... Immunopharmacology of Platelets (Handbook of Immunopharmacology)
Although anucleated, blood platelets are extraordinarily
efficient cells and still the subject of fruitful investigations
in haematology, in vascular physiology, in biochemistry,
and more recently in immunology and in physiopathology
where their metabolism has been implicated
as a source of potential effector compounds. It... Osteoimmunology: Interactions of the Immune and Skeletal Systems
It has been almost 40 years since it was fi rst observed that cells of the immune system
could in fl uence the functions of bone [ 1 ] . Since that time, signi fi cant strides have
been made in our understanding of the interactions between hematopoietic, immune,
and bone cells. This fi eld is now known as...
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