General, Organic and Biochemistry ~ 4th Edition

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The fourth edition of General, Organic, and Biochemistry is designed to help undergraduate health-related majors and students of all other majors understand key concepts and appreciate the significant connections between chemistry, health, disease, and the treatment of disease. This text strikes a balance between theoretical and practical chemistry, while emphasizing material that is unique to health-related studies. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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* Paperback: 896 pages
* Publisher: McGraw Hill Higher Education; 4th edition (April 1, 2003)
* ISBN-10: 0071214518
* ISBN-13: 978-0071214513


Principles Of Biochemistry

I'm not a scientist or a student, just someone who was interested in biochemistry as I've been reading a lot about astrobiology and felt I needed a better background in this area. I found this book to be really quite wonderful - beautiful in fact! - with terrific diagrams (my favorite being the e. coli DNA which goes all around the text of the page) - and very well written. It has some incredible diagrams of the proteins involved in biochemistry. Also it has some interesting "asides" covering scientific discoveries or items of medical interest. The discussions of hemoglobin and vitamin B12 were particularly memorable.

# 1100 pages
# Publisher: W. H. Freeman; 4 edition (April 23, 2004)
# Language: English
# ISBN-10: 0716743396
# ISBN-13: 978-0716743392


Oxford Dictionary of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

This revised edition provides a survey of current biochemistry and molecular biology in the form of a dictionary. It contains short but informative entries arranged under more than 17,000 headwords. It is intended as a handy reference of first resource for those seeking information outside their immediate knowledge area or for those who need to refresh their memory of fundamental knowledge. This revised edition has been fully up-dated in order to include the new information that has been discovered since the original edition was published in 1997.


Modern Experimental Biochemistry*3rd Edition

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KEY BENEFIT The latest edition of this successful text provides readers with a modern and complete experience in experimental biochemistry. Part I, Theory and Experimental Techniques, provides in-depth theoretical discussion organized around important techniques. A valuable reference for instructors and students, it's particularly useful to instructors who prefer to use their own customized experiments. Part II, Experiments, offers optimum flexibility through 15 tested experiments designed to accommodate the capabilities of laboratories and students at most four-year schools. Alternate methods are suggested and labs may be divided into manageable hour segments. The book offers the latest safety and environmental precautions in each experiment to inform students and instructors of potential hazards and proper disposal of materials. For anyone interested in science.

# 475 pages
# Publisher: Prentice Hall; 3 edition (August 2, 2000)
# Language: English
# ISBN-10: 0805331115
# ISBN-13: 978-0805331110


Basic Concepts in Biochemistry A Student's Survival Guide 2d ed - Hiram F. Gilbert

Basic Concepts in Biochemistry A Student's Survival Guide 2d ed - Hiram F. Gilbert


Clinical Biochemistry: An Illustrated Colour Text

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By Allan Gaw (Author), Robert Cowan (Author), Denis O'Reilly (Author), Michael Stewart (Author), James Shepherd (Author) Paperback: 180 pages
Publisher: Churchill Livingstone; 3 edition (September 7, 2004)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0443072698
ISBN-13: 978-0443072697

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The 3rd Edition of this popular volume in the Illustrated Colour Text series uses a practical, clinical approach to focus on exactly what practitioners need to know to understand, order and interpret laboratory results. All aspects of biochemistry relevant to patient care are covered. Each topic appears on its own two-page spread to make the information easy-to-understand. Flowcharts, boxes, summary points, case histories, and a wealth of illustrations facilitate comprehension and bring the subject to life. Completely updated and revised throughout, it encompasses our understanding of all of the latest developments in the field and their implications for patient care.


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Analytical BioChemistry 3rd ed - David J. Holme

Basic Concepts in Biochemistry A Student's Survival Guide 2d ed - Hiram F. Gilbert

BIOANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY - Susan R. Mikkelsen Biochemistry 3 ed - Lippincott

Biochemistry 5th ed - Jeremy M. Berg, John L. Tymoczko, Lubert Stryer Biochemistry of Lipids, Lipoproteins and Membranes, 4th edition - .E. Vance, J.E. Vance

Biochemistry of Signal Transduction and Regulation 3d ed - Gerhard Krauss

Biochemistry The Chemical Reactions Of Living Cells 2d Ed Vols 1&2 - David E. Metzler

Biochemistry The Molecular Basis of Life - Trudy McKee, James R McKee BIOINORGANIC

CHEMISTRY A Short Course - ROSETTE M Color Atlas Of Biochemistry 2d ed - Jan Koolman, Klaus-Heinrich Rohm

Computational Biochemistry and BioPhysics - Oren M.Becker Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology - Biochemistry - 3rd Ed Flavonoids - Andersen,

Markham Harper's Illustrated Biochemistry - Robert K. Murray, Darryl K. Granner, Peter A. Mayes, Victor W Inorganic Biochemistry of Iron Metabolism From Molecular Mechanisms to Clinical Consequences 2d e Laboratory Experiments For General , Organic and Biochemistry 4th ed - Bettelheim Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry, Fourth Edition - David L. Nelson, Michael M. Cox Marks’ Basic Medical Biochemistry A Clinical Approach, 2nd Edition - Colleen Smith Modern Experimental Biochemistry 3rd ed - Rodney Boyer The Biochemistry of Inorganic Polyphosphates 2d Ed - I S Kulaev Thermodynamics of Biochemical Reactions - Robert A. Alberty Toxicological Chemistry and Biochemistry, Third Edition - Stanley E. Manahan




Laboratory Exercises To Accompany Microbiology

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Laboratory Exercises To Accompany Microbiology
by John P Harley

ISBN-10 / ASIN: 0072333456

ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780072333459

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math

Number Of Pages: 480

Publication Date: 2001-08-13

Laboratory Exercises in Microbiology, 5/e has been prepared to accompany Prescott et al's Microbiology, 5/e. Like the text, the laboratory manual provides a balanced introduction to laboratory techniques and principles that are important in each area of microbiology.

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Medical Microbiology For The New Curriculum: A Case-Based Ap


Title: Medical Microbiology For The New Curriculum: A Case-Based Approach
Author(s): Roberta B. Carey, Mindy G. Schuster, Karin L. McGowan
Publisher: Wiley-Liss
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0-471-47933-0
ISBN-13: 978-0-471-47933-8

Medical Microbiology for the New Curriculum: A Case-Based Approach encompasses twenty-three cases of the most clinically important and frequently encountered infectious diseases and the organisms that cause them. This text integrates basic microbiology principles with relevant pathology, pharmacology and clinical features of the diseases. Each fully illustrated case study teaches the reader how to solve cases in a consistent, systematic fashion using determinations about differential diagnosis, laboratory tests, mechanisms of pathogenesis, treatment, and infection control.
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Dictionary of Microbiology & Molecular Biology/Revised 3


This Third Edition of a unique, encyclopaedic reference work covers the whole field of pure and applied microbiology and microbial molecular biology in one volume. With its wide-ranging description of different areas of microbiology, the Dictionary of Microbiology and Molecular Biology, Third Edition is an indispensable reference for every researcher, lecturer and student.

* Reflects the latest developments in the field
* Features over 18,000 entries from concise definitions of terms to review-length articles
* Provides extensive cross-referencing between topics
* Includes numerous references from scientific journals and other relevant sources
"The authors … have been modest in calling this book a dictionary ... encyclopaedic in outlook and a product of true scholarship." (Journal of Tropical Pediatrics, November 2006)

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"having had the opportunity to review it I can recommend it to readers of the Transactions"

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# Publisher: Wiley; 3 edition (November 3, 2006)
# Language: English
# ISBN-10: 0470035455
# ISBN-13: 978-0470035450


Handbook of Culture Media for Food Microbiology


"This work is essentially the only work of its kind in the last ten years."
- E-STREAMS (May 2005)

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This is a completely revised edition, including new material, from 'Culture Media for Food Microbiology' by J.E.L. Corry et al., published in Progress in Industrial Microbiology, Volume 34, Second Impression 1999.

Written by the Working Party on Culture Media, of the International Committee on Food Microbiology and Hygiene, this is a handy reference for microbiologists wanting to know which media to use for the detection of various groups of microbes in food, and how to check their performance.

The first part comprises reviews, written by international experts, of the media designed to isolate the major groups of microbes important in food spoilage, food fermentations or food-borne disease. The history and rationale of the selective agents, and the indicator systems are considered, as well as the relative merits of the various media. The second part contains monographs on approximately 90 of the most useful media.

The first edition of this book has been frequently quoted in standard methods, especially those published by the International Standards Organisation (ISO) and the European Standards Organisation (CEN), as well as in the manuals of companies manufacturing microbiological media. In this second edition, almost all of the reviews have been completely rewritten, and the remainder revised. Approximately twelve monographs have been added and a few deleted. This book will be useful to anyone working in laboratories examining food - industrial, contract, medical, academic or public analyst, as well as other microbiologists, working in the pharmaceutical, cosmetic and clinical (medical and veterinary) areas - particularly with respect to quality assurance of media and methods in relation to laboratory accreditation.

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* Hardcover: 680 pages
* Publisher: Elsevier Science; 2 edition (April 1, 2003)
* Language: English
* ISBN-10: 0444510842
* ISBN-13: 978-0444510846


World of Microbiology and Immunology


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Microbiology and immunology are sometimes seen as esoteric and highly specialized sciences with few interpreters to students and the lay public. The authors have selected 600 entries that highlight selected important persons, research facilities, terms, and concepts of both these fields. There are brief biographies of the well known (Salk, Jonas) and the lesser known but important (Mil stein, Cesar); and explanations of common terms (Epidemics and pandemics), uncommon terms (Retroposons and transposable elements), and acronyms like AIDS and SCID (Severe combined immunodeficiency).

The entries are in alphabetical order with many cross references. Though there are no bibliographies with the entries, there are 13 pages of book and journal-article citations and 10 pages of Web addresses in the "Sources Consulted" section. This is followed by an 18-page "Historical Chronology" of milestones in human scientific achievement, showing how ancient (circa 10,000 B.C.E.) ideas eventually led to germ theory and the burgeoning of microbiology and immunology through 2002. The extensive, detailed general index indicates the main entries' volume and page numbers in boldface type. Sometimes the same page information is repeated in regular type, an unnecessary redundancy. Using the index one can find that the Irish potato famine is mentioned in the entry on Fungal genetics along with other similarly embedded bits of information. One important, but missing, finding aid is an index to the biographies, as browsing biographies is often a way to interest students in a discipline.

The language is straightforward and only as technical as required. The aim is to increase curiosity and interest in these diverse and important disciplines, and to show the development and growing importance of both fields to human health. Though the editors emphasize student use, the major users will probably be persons wanting to learn a bit about terms they hear or read in scientific and medical news. In no way does this publication compete with professional encyclopedias designed for researchers and medical practitioners such as Encyclopedia of Microbiology (Academic, 2000) or Encyclopedia of Immunology (Academic, 1998). Recommended for public libraries and general interest in academic libraries. RBB


Blueprints Notes and Cases: Microbiology and Immunology

Book name: Blueprints Notes and Cases: Microbiology and Immunology

Author: Gandhi Monica, Hare C. Bradley, Baum Paul, Caughey Aaron B.
Publisher: Blackwell Publishers
Year: 2004
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Formerly Univ. of Nottingham, UK. Text for pharmacy undergraduate students on microbiology as it relates to pharmacy, such as mode of action of antibiotics or the manufacture and quality control of pharmaceutical agents. Previous edition: c1992. Halftone illustrations. Referenced. Softcover.
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Paperback: 510 pages
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Language: English
ISBN-10: 063204196X
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Jawetz, Melnick,and Adelberg's Medical Microbiology (LANGE Series) - 24th Edition


Author: Geo. F. Brooks
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The landmark clinical guide to the role microorganisms play in human health and illnesses -extensively revised and updated

Linking fundamental microbiology concepts with the diagnosis and treatment of clinical infections, this one-of-a-kind, portable text delivers an essential overview of the organisms and agents involved in clinical microbiology. In addition to brief descriptions of the organisms, you'll find vital perspectives on pathogenesis, diagnostic laboratory tests, clinical findings, treatment, and epidemiology. The book's purpose is to introduce basic clinical microbiology through the fields of bacteriology, virology, mycology, and parasitology giving you a far-reaching, yet accessible review of the discipline that you can't find anywhere else. Supporting this acclaimed coverage are more than 300 informative illustrations and tables, each designed to clarify and drive home important chapter concepts.

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* Paperback: 832 pages
* Publisher: McGraw-Hill Medical; 24 edition (April 20, 2007)
* Language: English
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Encyclopedia of Animal Science - 70 MB

Encyclopedia of Animal Science - 70 MB


Title - Encyclopedia of Animal Science

Wilson G. Pond & Alan W. Bell, "Encyclopedia of Animal Science"
Marcel Dekker l PDF l 965 Pages l 70 MB

Collaboratively compiled, organized, and edited by Cornell University's Department of Animal Science academicians Wilson G. Pond and Alan W. Bell, Encyclopedia Of Animal Science encompasses animal physiology, animal growth and development, animal behavior, animal reproduction and breeding, alternative approaches to animal maintenance, meat science and muscle biology, farmed animal welfare and bioethics, and food safety. Organized with quick and reader friendly descriptions of technologies critical to professionals in animal and food science, food production and processing, livestock manage-ment, and nutrition, Encyclopedia Of Animal Science consists of almost 300 entries ranging from adaptation and stress to zoos and aquariums. Enhanced with 100 full-color photographs, 2500 references, hundreds of figures, equations and tables, Encyclopedia Of Animal Science covers all of the new developments in genomics, transgenesis, cloning, and mathematical model constructions. With examinations of the latest studies on animal genetics, nutrition, lactation, reproductions, as well as animal biodiversity, biotechnology, environmental stability, and more, Encyclopedia Of Animal Science is an essential, core addition to any corporate, academic, or governmental agency Animal Science or Food Safety reference library collection.



Sex, Drugs and DNA: Science's Taboos Confronted

Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: Macmillan (July 10, 2007)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0230521126
ISBN-13: 978-0230521124

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Stebbins has set out to write a polemical overview of the most controversial topics in modern science and, to a large extent, he succeeds. Stebbins, the Director of Biology Policy for the Federation of American Scientists, writes in a brash style more often associated with political diatribes than serious science, but his impressive background and knowledge of the issues at hand ground the book. Stebbins' topics range from bioterrorism to reproductive technologies, but his explanation of the stem cell controversy is particularly lucid and, given the complexity of the arguments involved, particularly welcome. As he points out, "the devil is in the detail" regarding this particular issue, and neither the public, the media, nor the politicians seem to have a firm grasp of the details. Though it gets off to a slow start, perseverance is recommended; unless you're a scientist yourself, you will undoubtedly learn something new from this sobering, illuminating work.

Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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The taboos referenced by the subtitle are the sanctions against scientists talking plainly to the public about their work and their concerns. Stebbins has had enough of them and breaks ranks to passionately, revealingly, often less-than-gracefully counter the threats to biology and medicine posed by general American stupidity about science, public health, and science education. After a chapter outlining the typical American scientist's life (more anxious and far less likely to be lucrative than the typical American physician's), Stebbins lays out the truth and flays conservative propaganda and policies about stem cell research, cloning, genetic engineering, contraception and STDs, bioterrorism, the potential for pandemics, global warming, and other matters that wouldn't be controversial, or in some cases even problematic, if it weren't for mistaken, misinformed policies and venal corporations. Corporations and policies come even more directly under fire in the chapters "Drugs," "Healthcare," and "Science Education." To be sure, Stebbins' effort is an anti-Bush--administration diatribe. It is far superior to the rest because it argues from fact and knowledge, not hype and politics. Ray Olson





Users' Guides to the Medical Literature (free)


Users' Guides to the Medical Literature: Essentials of Evidence-Based Clinical Practice (Jama & Archives Journals)
By Gordon Guyatt, Drummond Rennie, Maureen Meade, Deborah Cook

* Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional
* Number Of Pages: 359
* Publication Date: 2008-05-21
* ISBN-10 / ASIN: 0071590382
* ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780071590389
* Binding: Paperback

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The “essential” companion to the landmark Users' Guides to the Medical Literature - completely revised and updated!

Evidence-based medicine involves the careful interpretation of medical studies and its clinical application. And no resource helps you do it better-and faster-than Users' Guides to the Medical Literature: Essentials of Evidence-Based Clinical Practice.

This streamlined reference distills the most clinically-relevant coverage from the parent Users' Guide into one highly-focused, portable resource. Praised for its clear explanations of detailed statistical and mathematical principles, The Essentials concisely covers all the basic concepts of evidence-based medicine--everything you need to deliver optimal patient care.

It's a perfect at-a-glance source for busy clinicians and students, helping you distinguish between solid medical evidence and poor medical evidence, tailor evidence-based medicine for each patient, and much more. Now in its second edition, this carry-along quick reference is more clinically relevant-and more essential-than ever!


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Women's Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine.

# PDF: 384 pages

# Publisher: McGraw-Hill

# Language: English

# ISBN-10: 0879837888

# ISBN-13: 978-0879837884

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At least one-third of Americans use alternative medicines to heal and maintain health--75% of those consumers are women. Today, women are demanding their doctors have a willingness to explore and combine complementary and conventional medical practices in their approach to female health. The result is a bridge between the two schools of thought commonly known as integrated medicine which requires women to become proactive in their role as patient and provides a safe, effective approach to maintaining and healing their bodies.Women's Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine covers in depth the whole range of women's health concerns including menstrual difficulties, menopause, endometriosis, osteoporosis and others and explains how integrated medicine can be used to treat these conditions.Book Info:National College of Naturopathic Medicine, Portland, OR. Discusses how to use an integrative medical plan combining conventional and naturopathic health care to maintain and heal the body. For consumers. Softcover.Password: tinku

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Sperm Wars: Infidelity, Sexual Conflict,

Evolution has programmed men to conquer and monopolize women while women, without ever knowing they are doing it, seek the best genetic input on offer from potential sexual partners.In this book, best-selling author Robin Baker reveals these new facts of life: ten percent of children are not fathered by their "fathers;" less than one percent of a man’s sperm is capable of fertilizing anything (the rest is there to fight off all other men’s sperm); "smart" vaginal mucus encourages some sperm but blocks others; and a woman is far more likely to conceive through a casual fling than through sex with her regular partner.It’s no wonder that Sperm Wars is a classic of popular science writing that will surprise, entertain, and even shock.Spunkins Links

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Biomedical Engineering Handbook


This is a one-of-a-kind handbook for those who desire to have up-to-date knowledge about biomedical engineering interlaced with excellent engineering and analysis details, It teaches quickly and to the point. I am pleased to have it in my library. - Assistive Technology, Volume 8, No. 1 The list of section editors and the advisory board for this text reads like a who's who in biomedical engineering…Each section, each chapter, each illustration beckons me further inward until I become totally immersed within the detail and hopelessly enthralled with the potential of it all…A masterpiece addition to any collection. - Biomaterials Forum This text is needed in your Science Library. Another copy is needed in your departmental office for use by the Chairman. Anyone planning or considering a new course should buy and use this text…Consultants, Clinical Engineers, and other related professionals…should also have a copy… - IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology, March/April 1996 PWinner of the Association of American Publishers Best New Professional/Scholarly Publication - Engineering Book Description Called the "Bible of biomedical engineering," the new edition of this bestselling handbook continues to define the field of biomedical engineering and provide a comprehensive overview of the specific fields of activity it encompasses. This edition represents a major revision that incorporates the technological changes emerging since publication of the first edition in 1995 and reflects the growth and innovations in this dynamic discipline. It includes important new sections, such as Biomimetrics and Ethical Issues Associated with Medical Technology, a new chapter on virtual instrumentation, and complete revisions of more than half of the remaining chapters.

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Synaptic Self: How Our Brains Become Who We Are

Synaptic Self:

How Our Brains Become Who We Are Ranging widely through philosophy, literature, and the history of science, LeDoux examines how we have conceptualized the relationship between brain and self through the centuries. His own contribution, based on two decades of research, begins with the startlingly simple premise that the self-the essence of who a person is-intricately reflects patterns of interconnectivity between neurons in the brain. Synapses, the spaces between neurons, are not only the channels through which we think, act, imagine, feel, and remember, but also the means by which we encode our most fundamental traits, preferences, and beliefs, allowing us to function as a single, integrated individual-a synaptic self. As LeDoux brilliantly argues, a synaptic self does not exclude other ways of understanding existence-spiritual, aesthetic, moral-but rather it enriches and broadens these avenues by providing a neurological/psychological construct grounded in the latest research in biology. Rather than join the age-old debate on whether nature or nurture is more determinative, LeDoux posits that both genes and experience contribute to synaptic connectivity. Mind expanding in every sense of the word, Synaptic Self represents an important breakthrough in one of the last frontiers of medical research.

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Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems An easy-to-understand synopsis of identification systems, presenting in simple language the process of fingerprint identification, from the initial capture of a set of finger images, to the production of a Rapsheet. No other single work exists which reviews this important identification process from beginning to end. We examine the identification process for latent (crime scene) prints and how they are identified with these systems. While the primary focus is automated fingerprint identifications, the book also touches on the emergence and use of fingerprints in other biometric systems.

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Bloodstain Pattern Analysis:
With An Introduction to Crime Scene Reconstruction Bloodstain pattern analysis helps establish events associated with violent crimes. It is a critical bridge between forensics and the definition of a precise crime reconstruction. The second edition of this bestselling book is thoroughly updated to employ recent protocols, including the application of scientific method, the use of flow charts, and the inter-relationship of crime scene analysis to criminal profiling. It provides more illustrations, including color photographs, and explains the use of computer programs to create demonstrative evidence for court. Bloodstain Pattern Analysis provides forensic scientists, investigators, and attorneys with quick and accurate information.

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Confidential Informant:
Law Enforcement's Most Valuable Tool While television super sleuths like Columbo and Quincy are famous for solving crimes through brilliant deductions and scientific evidence, in reality it is the use of informants that leads to the arrests and convictions of more criminals than any other investigative technique in law enforcement. Confidential Informant: Understanding Law Enforcement's Most Valuable Tool explores the covert and clandestine world of informants-revealing the secrets of how to find them and make the most out of them, while at the same time, avoiding the pitfalls of dealing with them. The book examines all aspects of informant development and management, from the motivation of the informant to the legal problems that accompany the use of informants in criminal cases.

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Firearms and Violence:
A Critical Review Readers of the research literature on firearms may sometimes find themselves unable to distinguish scholarship from advocacy. Given the importance of this issue, there is a pressing need for a clear and unbiased assessment of the existing portfolio of data and research. Firearms and Violence uses conventional standards of science to examine three major themes - firearms and violence, the quality of research, and the quality of data available. The book assesses the strengths and limitations of current databases, examining current research studies on firearm use and the efforts to reduce unjustified firearm use and suggests ways in which they can be improved.

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Forensic Evidence:
Science and The Criminal Law Forensic Evidence: Science and the Criminal Law, Second Edition offers a complete overview and analysis of the scientific and legal aspects of each of the forensic disciplines. It updates cases and discusses the most recent applications of Frye/Daubert, the admissibility of eyewitness identification, the explosion of cases and statutes addressing post-conviction DNA, the recent rise in attention to cold cases, and other challenges. As challenges to forensic evidence become increasingly rigorous, so does the need for intense preparation. This is the book that those in the forensic sciences need to have on hand to successfully prepare for what may await them in the courtroom.

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Investigating Child Exploitation and Pornography
Crime scenes associated with child sexual exploitation & trafficking in child pornography were once limited to physical locations such as school playgrounds, trusted neighbors' homes, camping trips & seedy darkly lit back rooms of adult bookstores. The explosion of Internet use has created a virtual hunting ground for sexual predators & has fueled a brisk, multi-billion dollar trade in the associated illicit material. Approximately half of the caseload in computer crimes units involves the computer assisted sexual exploitation of children. Despite the scale of this problem, or perhaps because of it, there are no published resources that bring together the complex mingling of disciplines & expertise required to put together a computer assisted child exploitation case. This work fills this void, providing police, prosecutors & forensic examiners with the historical, legal, technical, & social background for the laws prohibiting child exploitation.

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The Lie Behind the Lie Detector POLYGRAPH "testing" has no scientific basis: it's entirely dependent on your ignorance and fear. Educate yourself. In this book, you will discover the trickery on which polygraph "testing" depends, and learn how to make sure you pass your polygraph "test."

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Rape Investigation Handbook
This work addresses specific investigative and forensic processes related to sex crimes for those who work in law enforcement, the defense community, or in the private sector. It is an unprecedented collaborative work -- the first working manual for sex crime investigators, written by sex crime investigators and forensic scientists.

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Stalking and Violence:
New Patterns of Trauma and Obsession Stalking and Violence: New Patterns of Obsession and Trauma provides new perspectives on the prevalence, causes, and effects of stalking in intimate and non-intimate relations. Drawing on the results of a large random survey of restraining orders, this book found that stalking is highly prevalent in a variety of relationships and is a pattern of behaviors that is routinely regulated by the demographic and social characteristics of the victims and offenders. This book demonstrates that it is possible to develop reliable stalker profiles to help better detect and respond to the threat of stalking. These findings differ from previous studies that considered stalking limited to severely disturbed persons. Covering a wide range of topics from offender profiling, the dangers of stalking, cyberstalking, traumatic health effects, and the responses of the police and courts to stalking, this book will be relevant to a wide range of professionals and students in the fields of mental health, criminal justice, law, social work, medicine, nursing, public health, security/safety, and internet technology.

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The Counter-terrorism Handbook - 2nd Edition
The Counterterrorism Handbook, Second Edition guides law enforcement as well as industrial and private security personnel through a terrorism situation or potential threat, including bomb threats, hostage situations, kidnapping, and negotiation. The authors group the material by chronological sequence: pre-incident, including planning and preparation; incident, concerning terrorist situations as they unfold; and post-incident, including the ranking officers' roles in supervising police response. New topics include international terrorism, cults, the effects of the new millennium, and analyses of events such as the Oklahoma City bombing and Waco.

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Time of Death:
Decomposition and Identification A postmortem X-ray of a male homicide victim reveals a bullet lodged next to his spine. That he was shot is clear. How recently? is what death investigators must determine. The answer: the absence of scar tissue surrounding the bullet proves the victim had been recently shot.And while the average person may find tattoos to be creative and aesthetic, to the trained death investigator, they can actually be the key to aiding in the eventual identification of a body.They say the dead can't speak. But in the fascinating field of forensic pathology, the deceased can tell an elaborate story, especially when death investigators know what clues to look for.The first volume in the new Forensic Pathology Atlases: Causes of Death Series, this book takes an in-depth look at the determination of the time of death, postmortem changes, and identification. In TIME OF DEATH, DECOMPOSITION AND IDENTIFICATION, you'll learn through the extensive use of photographs and discussion how estimating the time of death can rarely be accomplished with scientific accuracy. You'll learn about the numerous changes the body undergoes after death, and how positive and probable identifications are made.For death investigators, law enforcement officers, attorneys, and anyone else involved in forensic death cases, TIME OF DEATH, DECOMPOSITION AND IDENTIFICATION is a "must have" resource.

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Handwriting Identification:
Facts and Fundamentals
"Forensic document examination is the study of physical evidence and physical evidence cannot lie. Only its interpretation can err. Only the failure to find it, or to hear its true testimony can deprive it of its value."- Roy Huber, authorA definitive review of handwriting identification, this book presents, in a general manner, how to approach document examination and then, in particular, how to apply handwriting identification to the document. Types of handwriting are discussed in detail.For the first time in the field of questioned document examination, Handwriting Identification: Facts and Fundamentals consolidates the pertinent information from published and unpublished sources respecting writing, that is essential to the expansion of a practitioner's general knowledge of handwriting identification and to the proper education of novices. Written in a question and answer format, the book suggests some of the questions that one might ask of an examiner and provides the answers that knowledgeable and competent examiners should be expected to give. This book is a valuable addition to law libraries and to every practicing document examiner, as well as every lawyer handling cases in which the authenticity of handwriting might be disputed.

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Clinical and Forensic Aspects Growing in popularity more than any other illegal drug, methamphetamine has been shown to produce a paranoid psychotic state, which may recur months or years after use. The first to cover virtually every aspect of amphetamine/methamphetamine use and abuse, this book reviews the history, pharmacology, pathology, and physiology of methamphetamine as well as its use in criminal forensic cases. It addresses Daubert considerations as well as victim/witness credibility, competency to confess and to stand trial, criminal responsibility, extreme emotion as mitigation to murder, and dangerousness. It also details statutes and case law to represent perspectives of both the prosecution and the defense.

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Sexual Murder:
Catathymic and Compulsive Homicides Sexual Murder: Catathymic and Compulsive Homicides will take its place alongside Cleckley's Mask of Sanity, Krafft-Ebing's Psychopathia Sexualis, and Ressler et al's Sexual Homicide: Patterns and Motives as a classic in our specialized field of criminal forensic psychology. … Dr. Schlesinger is interested in the inner life of the sexual murderer … [and] finds answers to questions that disturb and frighten most people: Why would anyone be sexually aroused by violence? How could anyone contemplate, let alone commit, such horrendous acts? … This book is a brilliant integration and application of previous theory and research, and advances the field of criminal forensic psychology.

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Practical Drug Enforcement - 2nd Edition
Practical Drug Enforcement, Second Edition offers an incisive look at the technical methods required to conduct successful drug investigations. It explores specific enforcement problems, such as marijuana cultivation, clandestine laboratories, crack houses, booby traps, and raid planning. This second edition has been thoroughly updated, and it discusses contemporary concerns, recent case studies, and new developments in the law.

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The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers "Uproariously funny" doesn't seem a likely description for a book on cadavers. However, Roach, a Salon and Reader's Digest columnist, has done the nearly impossible and written a book as informative and respectful as it is irreverent and witty. From her opening lines ("The way I see it, being dead is not terribly far off from being on a cruise ship. Most of your time is spent lying on your back"), it is clear that she's taking a unique approach to issues surrounding death. Roach delves into the many productive uses to which cadavers have been put, from medical experimentation to applications in transportation safety research (in a chapter archly called "Dead Man Driving") to work by forensic scientists quantifying rates of decay under a wide array of bizarre circumstances. There are also chapters on cannibalism, including an aside on dumplings allegedly filled with human remains from a Chinese crematorium, methods of disposal (burial, cremation, composting) and "beating-heart" cadavers used in organ transplants. Roach has a fabulous eye and a wonderful voice as she describes such macabre situations as a plastic surgery seminar with doctors practicing face-lifts on decapitated human heads and her trip to China in search of the cannibalistic dumpling makers.

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A Symphony in the Brain

A Symphony in the Brain:
The Evolution of the New Brain Wave Biofeedback DJVU
Can you fix your own neurologic problems without resorting to drugs? Science writer Jim Robbins suggests that some such conditions--like epilepsy, autism, and depression--could yield to a recently developed technique called neurofeedback. His book A Symphony in the Brain describes the process, its evolution from the 1970s fad of biofeedback, its practitioners, and some of its success stories. Using computers to quickly provide information on real-time EEG, practitioners train patients to control global or local brain states--or so the theory goes. Unfortunately for its proponents, there are still no rigorous research data showing conclusive results. Robbins makes a good case that the lack of research is due more to scientific turf battles and a drug-dependent medical establishment than to any fault of neurofeedback. Some of the case studies he explores, of children and adults brought out of comas or trained to reduce their epileptic seizure frequency, suggest that we ought to look more deeply and rigorously into the technique. Whether it works can only be determined by controlled studies, which may be forthcoming. In the meantime, Robbins provides contact lists and additional research information for interested readers, as well as the inspiration to pursue a potentially life-saving treatment. --Rob Lightner

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Molecular Diagnostics: Fundamentals, Methods,and Clinical Applications

Molecular Diagnostics: Fundamentals, Methods, & Clinical Applications

By Lela, Ph.D. Buckingham,&nbspMaribeth L., Ph.D. Flaws,

* Publisher: F. A. Davis Company

* Number Of Pages: 462

* Publication Date: 2007-05-15

* Sales Rank: 17248

* ISBN / ASIN: 0803616597

* EAN: 9780803616592

* Binding: Paperback

* Manufacturer: F. A. Davis Company

* Studio: F. A. Davis Company

PREFACE Molecular Technology has been implemented into diagnostic testing in a relatively short period. Programs that educate clinical laboratory professionals have had to incorporate molecular-based diagnostic testing into their curricula just as rapidly despite a lack of formal resources. This textbook was written to address these concerns. The primary audience for this text is students enrolled in Clinical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology programs at all levels. The textbook explains the principles of molecular-based tests that are used for diagnostic purposes. Examples of applications of molecular-based assays are included in the text as well as case studies that illustrate the use and interpretation of these assays in patient care.


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Bitter Nemesis: The Intimate History of Strychnine

Bitter Nemesis: The Intimate History of Strychnine
By John Buckingham

* Publisher: CRC
* Number Of Pages: 320
* Publication Date: 2007-07-16
* Sales Rank: 3735870
* ISBN / ASIN: 1420053159
* EAN: 9781420053159
* Binding: Paperback
* Manufacturer: CRC * Studio: CRC
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Encouraged by the medicinal success of quinine, early 19th century scientists hoped strychnine, another plant alkaloid with remarkable properties, might also become a new weapon against disease. Physicians tried for over a century, despite growing evidence to the contrary, to treat everything from paralysis to constipation with it. But strychnine proved only to be disappointingly deadly-relegating its fate almost entirely to animal control, the dangerous adulteration of foods, and criminal exploits. The NOTORIOUS and TRUE story of how a POISONOUS alkaloid... Bitter Nemesis: The Intimate History of Strychnine presents a scholarly and compelling history of this fascinating chemical substance from its discovery to present times. A renowned editor for the Dictionary of Natural Products, Dr. John Buckingham fuses his eclectic interests into an extraordinary mix of original research spanning the realms of history, medicine, literature, chemistry, and forensics. ...Changed the course of HISTORY! Uncovering details and logistics from the earliest experiments performed in an era when proper scientific trials for testing new drugs were still in their infancy, the author explores strychnine's trial-and-error contributions to scientific, medical, and forensic developments. He also investigates historical milestones and the perception of strychnine in popular culture-including criminal notoriety, accidental misuse, and new claims of strychnine's benefits that extend through to the present day. Juxtaposing the real trials, mistrials, and persistent curiosity associated with one of history's most notorious pharmaceutical failures, Bitter Nemesis offers rare insight into the anarchic, yet inspired landscape, practices, and legacy of 19th century science.


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Edgar Cayce - Self-Hypnosis

Audio CD Everyone has something in their character or personality that they'd like to improve. Self-Hypnosis offers you a powerful resource for transformation that will help you remodel your life and turn it onto what you want it to be!
Based on the readings of Edgar Cayce - the best known and best-documented psychic in American history - this program teaches you a completely natural method of self-hynosis designed to enlist the powers of your subconscious mind to help you become your personal best.

Control or eliminate unwanted habits.

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Develop your latent talents and abilities.
In three easy steps, you'll learn how to create your own personal self-hynosis session and make your own self-help tapes geared to your specific needs.

Edgar Cayce (March 18, 1877 – January 3, 1945) Known as "The Sleeping Prophet" and "America's Greatest Mystic", is one of America's famous psychics, but he wanted people to think of him as a healer and not a psychic. Cayce worked in a trance. This means he could talk while sleeping and answered questions about a person's health, past and future. This information is called "readings". At first these readings were about the physical health of the person ("physical readings"); then there were readings on "past lives", "business advice", "dream interpretation", and also "mental or spiritual health". The Association for Research and Enlightenment (ARE) currently takes care of all of his readings and follow-ups to the readings. The readings has influenced New Age thinking. To correctly pronounce the name "Cayce", youshould say "Casey" - but many people say Case which is wrong. Edgar Cayce - Biography Edgar Cayce was born on March 18,1877 near Hopkinsville, Kentucky. He read the Bible again and again starting when he was 10 years old. He wanted to tell people about God and heal them. His family worked in a farm. His moved to Hopkinville in December, 1893. Edgar's first jobs 1894 – 1898 were at Richard's Dry Goods Store, then he worked in Hopper's Bookstore both located on Main Street. Then he married Gertrude Evans 1903. In 1900 he went into a business with his father to sell Insurance. But he became very sick with laryngitis in March and in April 18 he could not speak at all. He had to live at home with his parents for almost a year. He become a photographer because it did not require speaking. He worked as an assistant in the photography studio of W. R. Bowles at the corner of Ninth and Virginia streets in Hopkinsville. A hypnotist and entertainer called Hart was performing at the Hopkinsville Opera House in 1901. He heard about Cayce's condition and ask if he could try to cure. Cayce said yes and the entertainer tried to cure Cayce in front of an audience. Cayce was able to talk while in a hypnotic trance but when he woke up he could not talk. Hart hypnotized Cayce so that his voice would be normal after the trance but Cayce's voice did not become normal. Hart had to leave but another hypnotist, Al Layne, continued to help Cayce have a normal voice. Layne aks Cayce to describe the nature of his condition and cure while in a hypnosys. Cayce described his own ailment from a first person plural point of view — 'we' — instead of the singular "I." In subsequent readings he would generally start off with "We have the body." According to the reading, his voice loss was due to psychological paralysis and could be corrected by increasing the blood flow to the voice box. Layne suggested that the blood flow be increased and Cayce's face became flushed with blood and his chest area turned bright red. After 20 minutes Cayce, still in trance, declared the treatment over. On awakening his voice remained normal. He would get sick againg and but was cured through Layne in the same way and later the cure was permanent. Layne had read of similar hypnotic cures effected by De Puysegur, a follower of Franz Mesmer, and was keen to explore the limits of the healing knowledge of the trance voice. He asked Cayce to describe Layne's own ailments and suggest cures, and reportedly found the results both accurate and effective. Layne suggested that Cayce offer his trance healing to the public but Cayce was reluctant. He finally agreed on the condition that readings would be free. He began with Layne’s help to offer free treatments to the townspeople. Reportedly he had great success and his fame spread. Reports of Cayce's work appeared in the newspapers, inspiring many postal inquiries. Supposedly, Cayce was able to work just as effectively using a letter from the individual as with having the person present. This began Cayce's correspondence with people all over the world. Cayce's work grew in volume as his fame grew. He reluctantly asked for voluntary donations to support himself and his family so that he could practice full time. He continued to work in an apparent trance state with a hypnotist all his life. His wife and eldest son later replaced Layne in this role. A secretary, Gladys Davis, took notes. According to some accounts, Cayce had an affair with Ms. Davis later in life. The trance reading produced a visible strain on Cayce’s health, and he attributed the occasional failure to working under too great a pressure to give a clear reading. He was scrupulous in giving refunds to unsatisfied clients. He was persuaded to give readings on philosophical subjects in 1923 by Arthur Lammers, a wealthy printer. While in his supposed trance state, Cayce spoke unequivocally of past lives. Reincarnation was a popular subject of the day, but was not an accepted part of Christian doctrine. Cayce reported that his conscience bothered him severely over this conflict. Lammers reassured and argued with Cayce. His "trance voice", the "we" of the readings, also supposedly dialogued with Cayce and finally persuaded him to continue with these kinds of readings. In 1925 Cayce reported his "voice" had instructed him to move to Virginia Beach, Virginia. In 1929 the Cayce hospital was established in Virginia Beach sponsored by a wealthy beneficiary of the trance readings, Morton Blumenthal. Cayce gained national prominence in 1943 through a high profile article in Coronet. He increased the frequency of his readings to 8 per day to try to keep up with the level of interest but this took a strain on his health. Edgar Cayce died on January 3, 1945, after predicting his own death four days before. Edgar Cayce - Readings Edgar Cayce is famous for the thousands of "readings" that he gave while he was hypnotized. He gave more than 14,000 readings in 43 years. Gladys Davis, his assistant, recorded the readings and his wife, Gertrude Evans Cayce, guided him during hypnosys. Physical Readings: 9,603 readings given In the beginning his readings were known as "physical readings" (health readings). Cayce often called the body "the organism". Cayce would put himself under self-hypnosis. While he seemed to sleep he would say where the person was, sometimes naming the streets along the way. He would then say "Yes, we see the body", and describe the client's organ, circulatory, and nervous systems, providing reasons for illness or malfunction. A personalized message would then be given to the subject, recommending supposed methods of relief or cure. The readings were so specialized that treatments were often altered, or not even given, if the person would not follow his advice. Seekers often sought Cayce's health readings when the established medical community could find nothing wrong or had given up on a client. At the time, the early 1900s, the information provided by Cayce was somewhat controversial. Cayce was making claims that such things as diet, emotional state, and thought contributed to or even caused illness (holistic health). The idea that emotion or stress could cause an illness would have been familiar to believers in Transcendentalism, Emersonian ideas, the New Thought movement or the numerous Spiritualist-based faiths of that time (Cayce also recommended color therapy), but may have seemed absurd to most people who were unfamiliar with these ideas. Cayce's treatment was often just as absurd. While his recommendations of changes in diet and emotional attitude seem reasonable today, he was just as likely to prescribe medications that didn't exist, or suggest curing cancer by placing a freshly killed rabbit over the cancerous area. Sometimes it seemed that the the medicines did not exist. But they were actually folk remedies which people forgot, or Cayce would give an older name for a known remedy ("oil of smoke" turned out to be beechwood creosote, a popular remedy for psoriasis). Some people were referred to chiropractors and osteopaths, professions that were fairly new at the time. He also encouraged people to take advantage of massage, stretching, hydrotherapy, colonics, and many other therapies that science knew little or nothing about. Although science has since confirmed many of Cayce's health ideas, the efficacy of others is often disputed by the medical community or (justifiably or unjustifiably) labeled as ridiculous. After health readings had been given for a while, Cayce started to give reading on subjects that did not include physical health. Some general categories that the readings could fit into are as follows: Life Readings: 1,920 readings given In a life reading, Cayce described the supposed "past lives" of the client. These readings described the client's present physical, emotional and mental condition in terms of past life experience. Cayce was not above flattering his clients by describing past incarnations as royalty, famous personages, or people at their "spiritual highest". Business Readings: 747 readings given For those people whose intentions Cayce judged to be "pure", Cayce would give business readings, including advice on business partners, the stock market, business models, etc. Cayce also founded and guided the A.R.E.. Dream Readings: 630 readings given Edgar Cayce encouraged everyone to interpret and use his or her own dreams in day-to-day life. A dream reading involved Cayce interpreting the dreams of clients. As he did with readings on many subjects, Cayce would often interrupt the person reading the dream and give an interpretation before the dream had been completely read. He would sometimes fill in parts of dreams that the dreamer had supposedly forgotten. Unlike Jungian or Freudian dream interpretation, Cayce did not emphasize highly the importance of symbols. He said that every individual has his or her own unique symbols. Cayce claimed that in dreams people could receive valuable insight into their own lives and that the insight was always of use to the dreamer. Besides regular daily insight into one's life, he claimed people could communicate with loved ones dead or alive, remember past life experiences, see a possible future and experience many other psychic phenomena. He stated that these paranormal abilities were something anyone could learn. Mental and Spiritual Readings: 450 readings given These readings were often short and were Cayce's favorite type of reading when not in his supposed trance state. They focused on what a individual could do to achieve a better mental/spiritual life. Other Readings: 954 readings given Other Readings are miscellaneous subject matter that does not fit into an above category. The subject matter differs from missing persons, buried treasure, readings given to a spiritual development group, psychic abilities, auras, prophecy, structure of reality, geology and many other topics. For many people, the readings had a powerful impact on attitudes, beliefs, health practices, outlook on life, matters of faith and many other areas.

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Essential Neuroscience, 2005

Essential Neuroscience, 2005
Essential Neuroscience By Allan Siegel,&nbspHreday N Sapru,
* Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
* Number Of Pages: 576
* Publication Date: 2005-10-01
* Sales Rank: 325815
* ISBN / ASIN: 0781750776
* EAN: 9780781750776
* Binding: Paperback
* Manufacturer: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
* Studio: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
* Average Rating: 0
* Total Reviews: 0

Book Description:
Essential Neuroscience offers medical and health professions students a concise, clinically relevant text that gives equal weight to the branches of science represented within neuroscience: anatomy, physiology, biology, and chemistry. In this balanced treatment, it distinguishes itself from other competing textbooks.


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Epilepsy: A Comprehensive Textbook

Product DescriptionWritten and edited by world-renowned authorities, this three-volume work is, to quote a reviewer, "the definitive textbook about seizures and epilepsy".
This Second Edition is thoroughly updated and gives you a complete print and multimedia package: the three-volume set plus access to an integrated content Website. More than 300 chapters cover the spectrum of biology, physiology, and clinical information, from molecular biology to public health concerns in developing countries.
Included are detailed discussions of seizure types and epilepsy syndromes; relationships between physiology and clinical events; psychiatric and medical comorbidity; conditions that could be mistaken for epilepsy; and an increasing range of pharmacologic, surgical, and alternative therapies, including vagus nerve stimulation and deep brain stimulation. This edition describes many new antiepileptic drugs, major advances in surgical treatment, and state-of-the-art neuroimaging, EEG, and other technologies for diagnosis and seizure prediction. A companion Website offers instant access to the complete, fully searchable text, plus an image bank of additional figures, video footage, and annual updates to selected chapters.
Book InfoUCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles. Comprehensive text on the most common primary disorder of the brain. Contains 12 major topics, including: contributing factors, and treatment. Halftone illustrations. Extensively referenced. For the student. Multiple international contributors. DNLM: Epilepsy. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.Product Details
* Hardcover: 3056 pages
* Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2 edition (September 1, 2007)
* Language: English
* ISBN-10: 0781757770
* ISBN-13: 978-0781757775

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ChemOffice Ultra 2008 11.01

ChemOffice Ultra is the ultimate chemistry & biology suite designed to meet the needs of chemists. ChemOffice Ultra 2008 allows scientists to efficiently keep track of their work, gain a deeper understanding of their data, correlate chemical structures, and produce scientific reports more professionally and efficiently than ever before.
ChemOffice is a powerful suite of software, consisting of ChemDraw, Chem3D, ChemFinder and ChemACX for chemists, BioOffice, BioAssay, BioViz, and BioDraw for biologists, and Inventory, E-Notebook and The Merck Index for scientists. ChemOffice and BioOffice are available for Microsoft Windows.

This ultimate chemistry suite includes ChemBioDraw Ultra 11.0, MestReC Std, ChemScript Pro 11.0, ChemBio3D Ultra 11.0, Chem3D interfaces to Schrödinger’s Jaguar and Gaussian, GAMESS Pro 11.0, ChemFinder Ultra 11.0, E-Notebook Ultra 11.0, ChemDraw/Excel and CombiChem/Excel, the ChemDraw and Chem3D ActiveX Pro Plugins & Controls, as well as the ChemINDEX (Index, RXN, NCI & AIDS) databases and a 1-year subscription to ePub. ChemOffice Ultra 2008 adds ChemFinder Ultra, CombiChem/Excel, Chem3D interfaces to Schrödinger’s Jaguar and Gaussian, GAMESS, and a 1-year subscription to ePub to the ChemOffice Pro 2008 suite.

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The undisputed standard for chemical and biological drawing, featuring proton NMR with peak splitting and highlighting, amino acid and DNA sequence tools, TLC plate drawing tool, Struct=Name, and stoichiometric analysis.
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Perform dynamic database lookup using the Database Gateway HotLink. The database search results include links to information resources found in the databases, structural properties, names & synonyms and chemical identifiers such as ACX ID's and CAS numbers.
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State-of-the-art protein visualization, open GL graphics and stereo glasses. Molecular mechanics and semi-empirical calculations with interfaces to MOPAC, Jaguar, GAMESS and Gaussian. Includes Live Link to view your 2D structures live in 3D.
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Offers state-of-the-art facilities for data processing, visualization and analysis of high-resolution (2D) NMR data, combined with a robust, user friendly graphical interface that fully exploits the power and flexibility of the Windows platform.
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Store, search and analyze relational scientific data, either within a structure-searchable local database, or as an interface to shared scientific data.
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Maintain configurable lab journals with pages from ChemDraw, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and spectral software. Search by structure and text, and navigate through a complete visual audit trail.
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Build combinatorial libraries in Microsoft Excel using reagents selected by ChemFinder.
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Correlate chemical and biological activity data, create graphical representations of ChemFinder databases in order to identify trends and correlations within subsets of your data, calculate descriptive statistics and display them on the plot.
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Offers chemical spreadsheets with structures and searching of chemical structures in documents, folders and volumes.
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Query online databases and view & publish online structures. This installer will automatically install the necessary Plugin or ActiveX controls based on your web browser(s). It includes save and print capabilities.
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Predict Proton carbon-13 NMR spectra from ChemDraw structures. Chemical shifts and splitting patterns are clearly displayed and live-linked to the structure for both proton and carbon-13 NMR predictions.
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Produce names for many more types of compounds, including charged compounds and salts, highly symmetric structures, many types of inorganic and organometallic compounds, and others.
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Extends the Python scripting language and takes many of the CambridgeSoft "chemical intelligence" algorithms, that are available throughout our products, and makes them available to users through an object model in an easy to use scripting language. ChemScript allows the extension of one's own chemistry business rules and executes those rules on data in a batch mode.
* Gamess Pro 11.0
GAMESS is a program for ab initio molecular quantum chemistry. GAMESS can compute SCF wavefunctions ranging from RHF, ROHF, UHF, GVB, and MCSCF. Correlation corrections to these SCF wavefunctions include Configuration Interaction, second order perturbation Theory, and Coupled-Cluster approaches, as well as the Density Functional Theory approximation.
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