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Inflammation: Mechanisms and Therapeutics (Paperback, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1995): Niall S Doherty, Barry... Inflammation: Mechanisms and Therapeutics (Paperback, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1995)
Niall S Doherty, Barry M. Weichmann, Douglas W. Morgan, Lisa A. Marshall
R2,069 Discovery Miles 20 690 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The Seventh International Conference of the Inflammation Research Association, entitled "Inflammation, Mechanisms and Therapeutics" was held on September 25-29,1994 in White Haven, Pennsylvania. The major focus of this series of conferences is the multidisciplinary investigation of inflammation and the discovery of novel therapeutic approaches to inflammatory diseases. It was therefore particularly gratifying that the list of attendees included scientists of diverse backgrounds - preclinical biology, synthetic and theoretical chemistry, biotechnology and clinical research. The Conference was characterized by a very high degree of participation in the scientific debate by attendees, a large proportion of whom presented at poster sessions, poster discussions and workshops, and by the many opportunities for informal discussion provided by the organizers. This volume captures much of the excitement and enthusiasm of the Conference and should be a valuable resource for scientists in the field. Niall S. Doherty Barry M. Weichman Douglas W. Morgan Lisa A. Marshall IX Acknowledgments The manuscripts contained in this volume are based on material presented at the Seventh International Conference of the Inflammation Research Association held in White Haven, Pennsylvania, on September 25-29,1994. We would like to thank the speakers and session chairpersons for their contributions to the Conference and these Proceedings. The following individuals played indispensable roles in the organization and running of the Conference and are responsible for making it such a success: PLANNING SCHOLARSHIP Niall S. Doherty Janet Kerr, Chairperson Barry M. Weichman Richard Carlson Douglas Morgan Richard Harris Loran Killar D.

In Vivo Models of Inflammation - Volume 1 (Hardcover, 2nd ed. 2006): Christopher S. Stevenson, Lisa A. Marshall, Douglas W.... In Vivo Models of Inflammation - Volume 1 (Hardcover, 2nd ed. 2006)
Christopher S. Stevenson, Lisa A. Marshall, Douglas W. Morgan
R4,165 Discovery Miles 41 650 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Purpose of In vivo Models of Inflammation is to provide the biomedical researcher in both the pharmaceutical industry and academia with a description of the state of the art animal model systems used to emulate diseases with components of inflammation. The aim of this second edition is to act as a complement to the first by describing and updating the standard models that are most utilized for specific disease areas. In addition, this 2nd edition includes new models exploring emerging areas of inflammation research.

It provides detailed descriptions of the methodologies and uses of the most significant models. This includes current information regarding agents that demonstrate efficacy, those that do not and those that can be used as standard controls. The focus remains on those models that serve as pre-clinical correlates to human disease as well as those that represent components of the inflammatory response.

New approaches to the development of future models in selected therapeutic areas have been highlighted. The focus on novel technologies that are vital for innovative in vivo research has also been expanded to include chapters on the use of transgenic and gene transfer technologies, nanotechnology, and stem cells.

The book provides the scientist with an up-to-date reference manual for selecting the best animal model for their specific question. Chapters describing current regulations in the United States, United Kingdom, and Japan are also included.

In Vivo Models of Inflammation - Volume 2 (Hardcover, 2nd ed. 2006): Christopher S. Stevenson, Lisa A. Marshall, Douglas W.... In Vivo Models of Inflammation - Volume 2 (Hardcover, 2nd ed. 2006)
Christopher S. Stevenson, Lisa A. Marshall, Douglas W. Morgan
R4,104 Discovery Miles 41 040 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In Vivo Models of Inflammation (Volume 1 and Volume 2) provides the biomedical researcher in both the pharmaceutical industry and academia with a description of the state of the art animal model systems used to emulate diseases with components of inflammation. This second edition acts as a complement to the first edition by describing and updating the standard models that are most utilized for specific disease areas. In addition, new models are included exploring emerging areas of inflammation research. The format is designed with the laboratory in mind: Both volumes provide detailed descriptions of the methodologies and uses of the most significant models. This includes current information regarding agents that demonstrate efficacy, those that do not and those that can be used as standard controls. The focus remains on those models that serve as pre-clinical correlates to human disease as well as those that represent components of the inflammatory response. Pioneering ideas and provocative comments about future directions are meant to challenge the status quo and stimulate new thinking. Therefore, new approaches to the development of future models in selected therapeutic areas have been highlighted. The focus on novel technologies that are vital for innovative in vivo research has been expanded to include chapters on the use of transgenic and gene transfer technologies, nanotechnology, and stem cells. This up-to-date reference manual helps to select the best animal model for a specific question. At the same time, this set of books continues to acknowledge the solemn responsibility in vivo research carries with it and extends the coverage of animal respect and welfare when used in experimental settings. Chapters describing current regulations in the United States, United Kingdom, and Japan address these concerns. Thus, the ultimate aim of this set of books is to provide current best practices for obtaining the maximum informat

In Vivo Models of Inflammation (Book, 2nd ed. 2006): Christopher S. Stevenson, Lisa A. Marshall, Douglas W. Morgan In Vivo Models of Inflammation (Book, 2nd ed. 2006)
Christopher S. Stevenson, Lisa A. Marshall, Douglas W. Morgan
R6,065 Discovery Miles 60 650 Out of stock

In Vivo Models of Inflammation (Vol. 1 and Vol. 2) provides biomedical researchers in both the pharmaceutical industry and academia with a description of the state-of-the-art animal model systems used to emulate diseases with components of inflammation. This second edition acts as a complement to the first, describing and updating the standard models that are most utilized for specific disease areas. New models are included exploring emerging areas of inflammation research.

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