2 edition of Cells and disease found in the catalog.
Cells and disease
Barbara A. Somervill
Includes bibliographical references (p. 46-47) and index.
|Statement||Barbara A. Somervill|
|Series||Investigating cells, Heinemann infosearch|
|LC Classifications||QH582.5 .S663 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||2009049981|
Cells, Tissues, and Disease: Principles of General Pathology Guido Majno, Isabelle Joris. This book lays out the principles of general pathology for biomedical researchers, grad students, medical students, and physicians, with elegance and deep insight. Disease processes are explained in the light of malfunctions at the cellular level, offering. HeLa cells are the first immortal human cell line. The cell line grew from a sample of cervical cancer cells taken from an African-American woman named Henrietta Lacks on February 8, The lab assistant responsible for the samples named cultures based on the first two letters of a patient's first and last name, thus the culture was dubbed HeLa.
Paperback Book, Pages, $ Key Players of the Innate Immune System (Nonspecific Immunity) The Macrophage The macrophage is a type of white blood cell whose function is similar to that of a member of a scouting party. Two health educators have written a children’s book about living with sickle cell disease (SCD). I’m No Different Than You tells the story of Kayla, a girl who has a positive outlook on life despite the challenges of managing a chronic medical condition. After having to attend a new school, Kayla is worried about how others will react to learning that she has SCD.
Cell Press Reviews: Stem Cells to Model and Treat Disease informs, inspires, and connects stem cell researchers and clinicians at all stages in their careers with timely, comprehensive reviews written by leaders in the field and curated by Cell Press editors. The publication offers a broad view of some of the most compelling topics in stem cell research including:Pages: Cells, Tissues, and Disease is a highly readable introduction to the etiology, morphology, and mechanisms of disease. Chapters like "The Cell as Elementary Patient" and "How Cancer Kills" illustrate the authors' emphasis on clear, straightforward--though highly sophisticated- .
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The endothelium is a major participant. Get this from a library. Cells and disease. [Barbara A Somervill] -- Discusses the cellular make-up of the human body and how it works. It also touches on disease and how it affects the cells and how cells fight disease, among other things.
Cells, Tissues, and Disease; 2nd edition. Although a 34 author book would doubtless have proved even more encyclopaedic, the continuity of style and coherence of vision (of “pathology as physiology with obstacles” and of “the cell as the primal patient”) in this dual authorship version more than compensate for the lack of numbers.
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fight disease in two ways. Cytokines are signals recognized by cells, telling them what to do. and where to go.
Your body responds to threats in different ways. depending on the cytokine signal released by your immune cells. Second, the innate antigen. Although effector and regulatory T-cell populations can promote either neurotoxic or neuroprotective effects in the control of the brain's microenvironment, how these cells are induced during Parkinson's disease is not known.1,2 David Sulzer and colleagues3 have reported a functional role of α-synuclein in immune tolerance.
The authors posit that lymphocyte populations emerge from α Cited by: 8. The cell (from Latin cella, meaning "small room") is the basic structural, functional, and biological unit of all known organisms.A cell is the smallest unit of life.
Cells are often called the "building blocks of life". The study of cells is called cell biology, cellular biology, or : Sickle cell disease (SCD) is a group of blood disorders typically inherited from a person's parents. The most common type is known as sickle cell anaemia (SCA).
It results in an abnormality in the oxygen-carrying protein haemoglobin found in red blood cells. This leads to a rigid, sickle-like shape under certain circumstances. Problems in sickle cell disease typically begin around 5 to 6 Symptoms: Attacks of pain, anemia, swelling in.
This book lays out the principles of general pathology for biomedical researchers, grad students, medical students, and physicians, with elegance and deep insight.
Disease processes are explained in the light of malfunctions at the cellular level, offering a rich understanding of the clinical correlates of all aspects of fundamental cellular physiology and basic s: 3. Following exposure of the immune system to an antigen, certain cells (memory B cells) continue to circulate in the blood (and also reside in the bone marrow) for many years.
Upon reexposure to the antigen, these memory cells begin to replicate and produce antibody very. The focus of the book is on studies that provide an understanding of the mechanisms of persister formation, antibiotic tolerance and role in disease, at the molecular level.
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The main focus of the book is on studies that provide an understanding of the mechanisms of persister formation, antibiotic tolerance and role in disease, at the molecular level. Sickle cell disease is a complex medical condition that affects all of the organ systems in the body.
There are numerous types of sickle cell disease which vary in severity. It is thought that aroundpeople in the United States suffer from sickle cell disease, however, the global burden of this disease is much more significant, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa and India.
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disease in developed countries in are expected to survive into adulthood, increased from % 40 years ago.9 Regular visits with primary care providers and hematologists are critical so that family members and patients can be educated about sickle cell disease complications and early identification of.This can be a sign of mast cell activation syndrome, a newly recognized condition that is one of several mast cell activation diseases often abbreviated “MCAD.” According to Dr.
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