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  • Natural Products and Cancer Signaling: Isoprenoids, Polyphenols and Flavonoidsby Fuyuhiko Tamanoi; S. Zahra Bathaie

    Elsevier Science 2014; US$ 159.00

    Natural compounds from a variety of natural resources including plants have emerged as important source of anticancer drug development. This special issue will highlight the significant advance in elucidating mechanisms of action of these natural compounds, focusing especially on isoprenoids and polyphenols/flavonoids. Informs and updates on all... more...

  • Jews and Genesby Elliot N. Dorff; Laurie Zoloth

    The Jewish Publication Society 2015; US$ 35.00

    Well aware of Jews having once been the victims of Nazi eugenics policies, many Jews today have an ambivalent attitude toward new genetics and are understandably wary of genetic forms of identity and intervention. At the same time, the Jewish tradition is strongly committed to medical research designed to prevent or cure diseases. Jews and Genes... more...

  • Neurobiology of Interval Timingby Hugo Merchant; Victor de Lafuente

    Springer New York 2014; US$ 155.29

    The study of how the brain processes temporal information is becoming one of the most important topics in systems, cellular, computational, and cognitive neuroscience, as well as in the physiological bases of music and language. During the last and current decade, interval timing has been intensively studied in humans and animals using increasingly... more...

  • Polymeric Gene Deliveryby Mansoor M. Amiji

    CRC Press 2004; US$ 275.00

    To treat disease or correct genetic disorders using gene therapy, the most suitable vehicle must be able to deliver genes to the appropriate tissues and cells in the body in a specific as well as safe and effective manner. While viruses are the most popular vehicles to date, their disadvantages include toxicity, limited size of genes they can carry,... more...

  • Jewish Genetic Disordersby Ernest L. Abel

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2008; US$ 39.95

    This guide to genetic disorders that tend to affect the Jewish population more than the non-Jewish begins with a short history of the Jews and basic facts concerning genetics and genetic disorders. The information that follows is categorized under blood, cancers, central nervous system, connective tissue, gastrointestinal, metabolic or endocrine, respiratory,... more...

  • Defining Multiple Chemical Sensitivityby Bonnye L. Matthews

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2007; US$ 35.00

    The number of people suffering from Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) is greater than the number suffering from AIDS, yet the general public and the medical community know very little about the disease. More and more people are disabled daily, despite the fact that the condition does not have to occur. In Part One of this work, experts review the... more...

  • Evolution and Medicineby Robert Perlman

    OUP Oxford 2013; US$ 43.99

    Evolution and Medicine provides an accessible introduction to the new field of evolutionary medicine. Evolutionary concepts help explain why we remain vulnerable to disease, how pathogens and cancer cells evolve, and how the diseases that affected our evolutionary ancestors have shaped our biology. more...

  • Genetic Counseling Practiceby Bonnie S. LeRoy; Patricia M. Veach; Dianne M. Bartels

    Wiley 2011; US$ 114.95 US$ 103.46

    The first advanced-level genetics counseling skills resource As genetic medicine and testing continue to expand, so the role of the genetic counselor is transforming and evolving. Genetic Counseling Practice: Advanced Concepts and Skills is the first text to address ways that genetic counselors can deepen their skills to meet expanding practice... more...

  • Gene Therapy Technologies, Applications and Regulationsby Anthony Meager

    Wiley 2000; US$ 389.00 US$ 350.10

    Gene Therapy Technologies, Applications and Regulations From Laboratory to Clinic Edited by Anthony Meager Division of Immunobiology, The National Institute for Biological Standards and Control, South Mimms, UK The development of gene-based technologies has been rapid over the past decade and has consequently resulted in a surge of interest in human... more...

  • Evolving Healthby Noel T. Boaz

    Wiley 2002; US$ 36.00 US$ 31.50

    Human illnesses can be understood as damage to those adaptations that we took on at various stages in our evolution from pre-life molecules to modern Homo sapiens. Preventing these illnesses entails avoiding what causes the damage-- which too frequently are the everyday hazards of twenty-first-century life, as the chart below shows: Level of Evolution... more...