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Proteomics: Advances in biomarker discovery By Shara Cohen
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Proteomics is an exciting area of research that holds promise for the future. It is widely accepted that proteomics holds the potential to identify new diagnostic and or prognostic biomarkers, and... More > drug targets for the development of new therapeutic approaches for fighting disease. Proteomics, the large scale analysis of gene expression at the protein level incorporates structural, interaction and expression proteomics. Using expression proteomics, the aim is to detect and identify all, or a subset, of the proteins in a given sample and find out which of these proteins are present, absent, or differentially expressed in a related sample subject to as specific variation.… Meeting’s Chair: Dr Ayesha De Souza, St. George's, University of London, UK.< Less
Proteomics: Advances in biomarker discovery By Shara Cohen
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Proteomics is an exciting area of research that holds promise for the future. It is widely accepted that proteomics holds the potential to identify new diagnostic and or prognostic biomarkers, and... More > drug targets for the development of new therapeutic approaches for fighting disease. Proteomics, the large scale analysis of gene expression at the protein level incorporates structural, interaction and expression proteomics. Using expression proteomics, the aim is to detect and identify all, or a subset, of the proteins in a given sample and find out which of these proteins are present, absent, or differentially expressed in a related sample subject to as specific variation.… Meeting’s Chair: Dr Ayesha De Souza, St. George's, University of London, UK.< Less
Expression Profiles of Candidate Biomarker Genes for Prostate Cancer Metastasis By NIRADIZ REYES
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A research book analyzing the expression profiles of a set of potential biomarkers for Prostate Cancer
1,6-Hexamethylene Diamine (HDA) as a Urinary Biomarker for Dermal and Inhalation Exposure to 1,6-Hexamethylene Diisocyanate (HDI) in Automotive Spray-Painters By Linda Gaines
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Urinary 1,6-hexamethylene diamine (HDA) has been indicated as a potential biomarker for systemic exposure to 1,6-hexamethylene diisocyanate (HDI). Our objective was to establish a quantitative and... More > time-dependent relationship between urine HDA levels and inhalation and dermal exposure to HDI. Urine HDA levels, creatinine concentrations, and specific gravity along with dermal and breathing-zone levels of HDI were measured in automotive spray painters. Dermal exposure and inhalation exposure levels, adjusted for the type of respirator worn, and creatinine concentration were observed to be significant predictors of urine HDA levels. The use of coveralls, type of respirator worn, smoker status, type of painting booth, and multiple painters at the shop were found to significantly affect urine HDA. Our results indicate that urine HDA is a useful biomarker for systemic HDI exposure through the skin and lungs and emphasize the need for proper dermal and inhalation protection for workers.< Less
1,6-Hexamethylene Diamine (HDA) as a Urinary Biomarker for Dermal and Inhalation Exposure to 1,6-Hexamethylene Diisocyanate (HDI) in Automotive Spray-Painters By Linda Gaines
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Urinary 1,6-hexamethylene diamine (HDA) has been indicated as a potential biomarker for systemic exposure to 1,6-hexamethylene diisocyanate (HDI). Our objective was to establish a quantitative and... More > time-dependent relationship between urine HDA levels and inhalation and dermal exposure to HDI. Urine HDA levels, creatinine concentrations, and specific gravity along with dermal and breathing-zone levels of HDI were measured in automotive spray painters. Dermal exposure and inhalation exposure levels, adjusted for the type of respirator worn, and creatinine concentration were observed to be significant predictors of urine HDA levels. The use of coveralls, type of respirator worn, smoker status, type of painting booth, and multiple painters at the shop were found to significantly affect urine HDA. Our results indicate that urine HDA is a useful biomarker for systemic HDI exposure through the skin and lungs and emphasize the need for proper dermal and inhalation protection for workers.< Less
Quantitative Exposure Assessment By Stephen Rappaport, Lawrence Kupper
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Long-term exposures to toxic chemicals can pose risks to human health. In order to properly assess and minimize such risks, it is necessary to measure chemical levels in the air or other... More > environmental media. Since exposure levels vary across groups, between persons (in a given group), and within persons (over time), appropriate statistical analysis of exposure data typically requires the use of linear mixed effects models. This book applies such statistical models to exposure data, with emphasis upon airborne chemical exposures in the workplace and in the ambient environment.< Less
The Guide to Zyto Biosurvey Custom Categories By Kristine Devillier
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Zyto Biocommunication Reference book that explain a report and breaks down each category. Biomarkers Product Assessment ans Descriptions Organs Vertebrae Zyto Vertebrae Description Teeth Tooth... More > Meridian Chart TCM Meridian Chart TCM Meridians Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Nervous Systems Minerals and Associated Personalities Food Allergies< Less
Photoreceptor Integrity Line as Revealed by Spectral Domain OCT By et al., Lawrence A. Yannuzzi, Jerome Sherman
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The purpose of this text is to depict and analyze the photoreceptor integrity line (PIL) or the IS/OS junction of the inner and outer segments in the normal and abnormal eyes with macula and retinal... More > diseases. This book includes 67 cases that fall into the following categories; congenital, acquired, retinal vascular disorders, hereditary chorioretinal dystrophies, myopic degeneration and age related macular degeneration. In each case presented, the PIL/junction serves as a biomarker that represents the integrity of both rods and cones.< Less
Photoreceptor Integrity Line as Revealed by Spectral Domain OCT By Jerome Sherman, Lawrence A. Yannuzzi, et al.
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The purpose of this text is to depict and analyze the photoreceptor integrity line (PIL) or the IS/OS junction of the inner and outer segments in the normal and abnormal eyes with macula and retinal... More > diseases. This book includes 67 cases that fall into the following categories; congenital, acquired, retinal vascular disorders, hereditary chorioretinal dystrophies, myopic degeneration and age related macular degeneration. In each case presented, the PIL/junction serves as a biomarker that represents the integrity of both rods and cones.< Less
Natural Products, Chemical Compounds, and Gene Targets for Weight Loss: Discoveries from Genetic Interactions By PharmTao.com (Editor)
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Body weight is decided by the balance between food intake and energy expenditure. Some genes have been found to be important signal molecules in the cells and play crucial roles in the central... More > regulation of food intake, feeding behavior, and energy homeostasis. These genes are potential targets and biomarkers for the treatment of obesity and associated diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular diseases. Many natural products, such as extracts and compounds from fruits and herbs, have weight loss effects and can protect against high-fat-diet induced obesity. These natural products and compounds can be used in food ingredients, diet therapy, or drug components for the treatment of obesity. Recent scientific studies have elucidated the molecular mechanisms of these products. The weight loss effects of these products may be mediated through adjusting genes involved in energy homeostasis. (Journal of Personalized and Systems Medicine)< Less