Biochemistry, Seventh Edition
In writing this seventh edition of Biochemistry, we
have balanced the desire to present up-to-the minute
advances with the need to make biochemistry as clear
and engaging as possible for the student approaching
the subject for the first time. Instructors and students
have long relied on Biochemistry for:
Insulin Resistance: Insulin Action and its Disturbances in Disease
Hormone resistance syndromes are typically thought of as rare, usually genetic,
disorders with a severe but relatively stereotyped clinical and biochemical profile.
While there are syndromes of severe insulin resistance that conform to
this description, defective insulin action is of much more pervasive biomedical
Cigarette Smoke and Oxidative Stress
The mechanism by which cigarette smoke causes or contributes to inflammatory diseases like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, cardiovascular disease and cancer remains unclear. Recent developments in our knowledge of cellular signaling suggest that cigarette smoke may cause oxidative stress in cellular systems. The assessment,...
A Guide to Claims-Based Identity and Access Control (Patterns & Practices)
Claims-based identity means to control the digital experience and to use digital resources based on things that are said by one party about another. A party can be a person, organization, government, Web site, Web service, or even a device. The very simplest example of a claim is something that a party says about itself.
Cost Management: Accounting and Control, 6th Edition
Over the past twenty years, changes in the business environment have profoundly
affected cost accounting and cost management. A few examples of these changes
are an increased emphasis on providing value to customers, total quality management,
time as a competitive element, advances in information and manufacturing technology,...
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