Iminosugars: From Synthesis to Therapeutic Applications
The field of iminosugars is a very exciting area of research. These carbohydrate mimetics
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inhibitors in the 1970s, iminosugars have been the subject... Digital Sculpting with Mudbox: Essential Tools and Techniques for Artists
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Innate and Adaptive Immunity in the Tumor Microenvironment
Traditionally, the interplay between cancer cells and host immunity has been studied systemically. Recent studies, however, indicate that the tumor microenvironment is unique in providing both supportive and inhibitory factors that determine the fate of the tumor and its host. This volume compiles reviews on innate and adaptive immune...
Geometric Methods for Quantum Field Theory Both mathematics and mathematical physics have many active areas of research where the interplay between geometry and quantum field theory has proved extremely fruitful. Duality, gauge field theory, geometric quantization, Seiberg-Witten theory, spectral properties and families of Dirac operators, and the geometry of loop groups offer some striking... Ants, Bikes, and Clocks: Problem Solving for Undergraduates Mathematics educators agree that problem solving is one of the essential skills their students should possess, yet few mathematics courses or textbooks are devoted entirely to developing this skill. Supported by narrative, examples, and exercises, Ants, Bikes, and Clocks: Problem Solving for Undergraduates is a readable and enjoyable text designed...
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