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Provides up-to-date information and key insights into gene therapy issues of importance to scientists and clinicians focusing on the brain and central nervous system.
VEGF and Cancer is a comprehensive and up to date review of current knowledge on the role of vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) in cancer. Key Features: -Discussion of VEGF as potent ...
The mechanism by which ribosomal RNA is synthesized has been a topic of intensive research for nearly 30 years. In 1981 the first in vitro transcription system for ribosomal RNA from a eukaryote - ...
There is much discussion in the field of interventional cardiovascular therapy as to what is the best approach to treating coronary bifurcation lesions. Many advocate for provisional stenting, ...
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Addresses imaging techniques, including their use for best practice, and provides examples of results found in both pre-clinical and clinical studies. This text covers vivo imaging for oncology, ...
G. Landes). Baylor University, Dallas, TX. Text on a new technology known as preactivation (a process of exposing photoactive compounds to light which converts them into new drugs). 1 foreign ...
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