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Multiscale Technologies For Cryomedicine Implementation From Nano To Macroscale

Author: Bischof John C
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 9814733202
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The use of micro / nanotechnology in cell and tissue engineering, and especially for cell and tissue preservation, is at the peak of its activity now, with scientific output expected to continue growing in the coming years.Micro and nanotechnologies have induced paradigm shifts in many scientific fields, and as featured in this edited volume, they are having important impact in the field of cryomedicine. The book gives an overview of the recent progress in implementing multiscale (micro and nanoscale) technologies to improve the outcome of various cryomedical applications including cryosurgery, cryopreservation, lyopreservation and to understand the fundamental engineering and science underpinning the applications.This is the first book that will provide both an introductory and in-depth account of applying the multiscale technologies in cryomedicine.

Cancer Therapeutics And Imaging Molecular And Cellular Engineering And Nanobiomedicine

Author: Rege Kaushal
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 9813222565
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This book describes the latest advancements in molecular and cellular engineering approaches in addition to nanotechnology for cancer therapeutics and imaging. It also provides an excellent background and state-of-the-art developments in the fields of drug and gene delivery, engineering nanoparticles for therapy and diagnostics, and cancer imaging techniques. The contents of this book include chapters on cutting-edge science in molecular and cellular engineering and nanotechnology as applied to therapeutics and imaging in cancer diseases. The chapters also provide a comprehensive overview on gene therapy and delivery methods for cancer treatment, oral drug delivery and barriers, cancer imaging for diagnostics and therapy, and the latest developments in these fields. Contents: Optically Modulated Theranostic Nanoparticles (Niksa Valim & Amit Joshi)Gene Therapy Treatments for Cancer (Jacob Elmer)Nanocarrier based Pulmonary Gene Delivery for Lung Cancer: Therapeutic and Imaging Approaches (Nishant S Gandhi, Micah Glasgow & Mahavir B Chougule)Quantitative Contrast Enhanced Ultrasound Imaging in Cancer Therapy (Shashank R Sirsi & Mark A Borden)Multifunctional Dendritic Nanoparticles as a Nanomedicine Platform (Hao-jui Hsu, Ryan M Pearson & Seungpyo Hong)Oral Drug Delivery Systems for Gastrointestinal Cancer Therapy (Yue-Wern Huang & Sutapa Barua)Cancer Therapeutics with Light: Role of Nanoscale and Tissue Engineering in Photodynamic Therapy (Joyce Liu, Huang-Chiao Huang, Emma Briars, Girgis Obaid, Imran Rizvi & Tayyaba Hasan)Targeted Contrast Agents for 1H MRI of Tumor Microenvironment (Shubhangi Agarwal & Vikram D Kodibagkar)Solid Lipid Nanoparticles and Nanostructured Lipid Carriers as Anti-Cancer Delivery Systems for Therapy and Diagnostics (Samuel V Mussi & Vladimir P Torchilin) Readership: Students and researchers in nanobiotechnology, nanomedicine, cancer research, bioengineering and medical imaging. Keywords: Nanobiotechnology;Nanomedicine;Nanoparticles;Cancer Research;Cancer Therapy;Gene Therapy;Bioengineering;Medical ImagingReview: Key Features: Novel aspects in cancer therapeutic delivery, comprehensive molecular and cellular aspects of cancer delivery and imaging, latest advanced in nanotechnology for cancer

Bioengineering In Wound Healing A Systems Approach

Author: Yarmush Martin L
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 9813144599
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What is a wound, how does it heal, and how can we prevent scarring? The concept of wound healing has puzzled humans even before the advent of modern medicine. In recent years, bioengineering has tackled the problems of cancer, tissue engineering and molecular manufacturing. The broad spectrum of technologies developed in these fields could potentially transform the wound care practice. However, entering the world of wound healing research is challenging — a broad spectrum of knowledge is required to understand wounds and improve healing. This book provides an essential introduction of the field of wound healing to bioengineers and scientists outside the field of medicine. Written by leading researchers from various fields, this book is a comprehensive primer that gives readers a holistic understanding of the field of wound biology, diagnostics and treatment technologies. Contents:Scarless Tissue Regeneration (Alexander Golberg)Anatomy of the Human Skin and Wound Healing (Amit Sharma, Labib R Zakka and Martin C Mihm Jr)Deprived and Enriched Environments: How Sensory Stimulation Affects Wound Healing (Jonathan G Fricchione and John B Levine)Models of Ischemic and Vascular Wounds (Michael T Watkins and Hassan Albadawi)Developmental Biology of Skin Wound Healing: On Pathways and Genes Controlling Regeneration Versus Scarring (Sarah Susan Kelangi and Marianna Bei)Nutrition, Metabolism, and Wound Healing Process (Yong-Ming Yu and Alan J Fischman)Polarization Sensitive Optical Coherence Tomography for Imaging of Wound Repair (Martin Villiger and Brett E Bouma)Functional Imaging of Wound Metabolism (Jake Jones, Vasily Belov and Kyle P Quinn)Functional Skin Substitutes — The Intersection of Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials (Kevin Dooley, Julie Devalliere and Basak Uygun)Biomaterial-Based Systems for Pharmacologic Treatment of Wound Repair (Mara A Pop, Julia B Sun and Benjamin D Almquist)Laser Tissue Welding in Wound Healing and Surgical Repair (Russell Urie, Tanner Flake and Kaushal Rege)Bioprinting for Wound Healing Applications (Aleksander Skardal, Sean Murphy, Anthony Atala and Shay Soker)Electroporation Applications in Wound Healing (Laure Gibot, Tadej Kotnik and Alexander Golberg) Readership: Bioengineers, scientists, researchers and graduate students outside the field of medicine.

The World Scientific Encyclopedia Of Nanomedicine And Bioengineering Ii

Author: Maoquan Chu
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
ISBN: 9814667609
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This two-part multivolume set provides a comprehensive overview of current achievements in biomedical applications of nanotechnology, including stem cell based regenerative medicine, medical imaging, cell targeting, drug delivery, and photothermal/photodynamic cancer therapy. New approaches in early cancer diagnosis and treatment are introduced with extensive experimental results. In particular, some novel materials have been synthesized with new properties that are most effective in cancer therapy. Some of the key issues are also addressed with these recent discoveries such as bio safety and bio degradability, that are essential in the success of nano medicine. An important aspect of this book set is the introduction of nanotechnology to the medical communities that are searching for new treatments of cancer. It may also break the barriers between the physical and medical sciences so that more MDs will be able to appreciate the new discoveries and establishments in medical diagnosis and therapy that will allow the effective handling of major clinical issues. This major reference publication will be important as the field of nanomedicine has been rapidly developing with a great deal of new information. It is anticipated that the research will soon advance into the pre-clinical stage. Therefore, this reference set can serve as valuable background information for future clinical studies.

Migration Im Kontext Seelischer Gesundheit

Author: Funda Uyar
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3656593612
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Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2013 im Fachbereich Sozialpädagogik / Sozialarbeit, Note: 1.0, Hochschule Bremen, Veranstaltung: Gender & Diversity, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Mit der Berufung der Zuwanderungskommission wurde ab dem Jahre 2000 Deutsch-land offiziell als Zuwanderungsland anerkannt. Nach dem Fall der Mauer sind neben den so genannten Gastarbeiter*innen aus der Türkei, Italien, Spanien, Griechenland, Portugal und den Ländern des damaligen Jugoslawiens viele Spätaussiedler*innen aus Rumänien, Polen und den Gebieten der GUS-Staaten nach Deutschland ausgewandert. Anfang der 1990er Jahre stellten dann viele Flüchtlinge aus den durch Krieg gezeichneten Balkan-Gebieten Asylanträge in Deutschland. (Vgl.Tucci 2008:200) Neben al den Hoffnungen und Erwartungen die diese Menschen während und nach ihrer Zuwanderung mit sich tragen, erleben sie in der neuen fremden Heimat auch Hindernisse und Ablehnung. Schwierigkeiten mit der neuen Sprache, Probleme im Umgang mit der neuen Kultur und nicht zuletzt Heimweh machen vielen Migrant*innen das Leben schwer. Vor dem Hintergrund dieser Belastungen können sich psychische Störungen entwickeln. So wende ich mich in dieser Arbeit diesem komplexen Thema zu und möchte erarbeiten, in welchem Zusammenhang Migration und psychische Störungen stehen. Mein Erkenntnisinteresse ist dabei zum einen die migrationsgebundenen Einflussfaktoren auf psychische Erkrankungen und ihre Wichtung zu erkennen und zum anderen habe ich die Hoffnung, Verständnis und Bewusstsein für die schwierige Situation von Migrant*innen in einem fremden Land zu schaffen.

Simulation Neuronaler Netze

Author: Andreas Zell
Publisher: De Gruyter Oldenbourg
ISBN: 9783486243505
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Der Titel eignet sich als Begleitmaterial zu einer Vorlesung genauso wie zum Selbststudium. Er wendet sich dabei an alle, die mit neuronalen Netzen arbeiten oder sich einen fundierten Überblick über deren Fähigkeiten verschaffen wollen. Andreas Zell ist Professor an der Universität Tübingen. Der von ihm mit Mitarbeitern entwickelte Stuttgarter Neuronale-Netze-Simulator ist weltweit in ca. 1000 Installationen an Universitäten und industriellen Forschungslabors im Einsatz.

Biophysik

Author: Rodney Cotterill
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9783527406869
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Was eignet sich besser zum Einstieg in ein neues Fachgebiet als ein in der Muttersprache verfasster Text? So manch angehender Biophysiker hätte sich den englischen 'Biophysics' von Cotterill schon lange als deutsche Übersetzung gewünscht. Hier ist sie: sorgfältig strukturiert und ausgewogen wie das englische Original, mit dem Vorzug der schnelleren Erfaßbarkeit. Vom Molekül bis zum Bewusstsein deckt der "Cotterill" alle Ebenen ab. Er setzt nur wenig Grundwissen voraus und ist damit für die Einführungsvorlesung nach dem Vordiplom ideal. Zusätzliche Anhänge mit mathematischen und physikalischen Grundlagen machen das Lehrbuch auch für Chemiker und Biologen attraktiv.