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The Physiological Genomics of the Critically Ill Mouse

Author: C Ince
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 2004.
Series: Basic science for the cardiologist, 16.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This latest volume in the "Basic Science for the Cardiologist" book series is dedicated to the study of the physiological genomics of cardiovascular disease. It was inspired by the Third Amsterdam Mouse Symposium which showed the enormous strides that have been made in physiological genomics in recent years. The integrative nature of this field has its best clinical analogue in critical care medicine where the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: C Ince
ISBN: 9781461504832 146150483X
OCLC Number: 852792964
Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 386 pages).
Contents: Content --
Section I: Physiological Monitoring of the Mouse 1 --
Assessment of quality in commercially supplied genetically modified animals --
Cannulation techniques for multiple blood withdrawal in mice --
Mouse anesthesia in relation to optimal hemodynamics --
Mechanical ventilation of mice --
Mouse echocardiography --
ptical Spectroscopy in mice --
ECG monitoring and analyses in mice --
High-definition magnetic resonance of genetically modified mice --
Pet studies in the mouse --
Mouse telemetry for long-term monitoring --
Section II: Cardiovascular Pathophysiology of the Mouse 143 --
Physiological genomics of reperfusion injury --
INOS-deficient mice in the study of resuscitated sepsis --
The microcirulation in hypercholesterolemic mice --
The mouse in shock --
Expression systems to analyze transgenes in the heart --
Structural and functional adaptations of the heart after coronary artery ligation in the Mouse --
Mouse models of sepsis --
Mouse models for arterial thrombosis: does clotting make a difference in human cardiovascular disease? --
Identification of mouse models of cardiovascular disease using mutagenesis --
Acute lung injury and pneumonia in mice --
Section III: Treating the Critically Ill Mouse 289 --
Endothelial nitric oxide synthase in cardiovascular homeostasis and disease --
Arteriogenesis in mice --
Mouse models to study pro-and anti-angiogenic potential: novel roles for PIGF and Flt1 --
Stem cell therapy in the mouse heart --
Gene therapy for the critically ill mouse.
Series Title: Basic science for the cardiologist, 16.
Responsibility: edited by Can Ince.

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The physiological genomics of the cardiovascular system studies the relationship between gene and physiological (dys)function. In the past, the mouse had mainly been used in the area of immunology  Read more...

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