- Author : Carsten Broeker
- Publsiher : Anonim
- Release : 27 October 2021
- ISBN : 0987654321
- Pages : 123 pages
- Rating : 4/5 from 21 ratings
cytochemical techniques (ICC) which provide a useful adjunct to investigations by immunoblotting. A particular advantage of a cytochemical approach to the investiga tion of mitochondrial disorders is that it allows the mosaic distribution of certain of these defects to be detected, whereas the tissue homogeniza tion involved in conventional enzyme assays or immunoblotting precludes this. A further advantage of MEA or ICC is that only small amounts of tissue are needed, which is important since many of the affected patients
Reviews recent advances in the molecular foundation of neurological diseases and discusses current work in the context of classical Mendelian genetics. The molecular techniques used to study genetic disease, as well as animal models and human genome mapping, are also studied.
While the skeletal effects of vitamin D are well-documented, the role and importance of vitamin D outside of bone health has not been well-established. Vitamin D receptors are located in nearly every tissue of the body, and low levels of vitamin D are associated with a range of various diseases. This book provides an in-depth examination of these extraskeletal effects of vitamin D and the associations between vitamin D deficiency and various disease states. Beginning with a review of the
Rewritten and redesigned, this remains the one essential text on the diseases of skeletal muscle.
This popular reference offers well-balanced coverage of fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base disorders. Thorough without going into extraneous detail, it synthesizes key theoretical and clinical information in a way that is easy to understand and apply. The 3rd Edition presents the most recent discoveries about molecular biology...acute and chronic hyponatremia...endogenous acid production...and much more. Presents the very latest advances in knowledge about molecular biology; acute and chronic hyponatremia; endogenous acid production; Bartters and Gittelmans syndromes; the concentrating mechanism