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Senses, sensors, and systems : a journey through the history of laboratory diagnosis.

Author: F. Hoffmann-La Roche & Co.
Publisher: Basel : F. Hoffmann-La Roche, ©2004.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: F. Hoffmann-La Roche & Co.
ISBN: 9783907770894 3907770897
OCLC Number: 55607190
Description: 326 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 31 cm
Contents: Preface / Lothar Thomas --
Introduction / Sabine Päuser --
From matula to test strip: the history of urine examination / Johannes Büttner --
Windows onto the building blocks of tissue: the history of histology / Erika and Gerd Novotny --
Pisse prophets, polarimetry and patient self-monitoring: the history of diabetes testing / Robert Tattersall and Rainer Proetzsch --
Arsenic --
detection of a folk poison : the beginnings of toxicology / Burkhard Ziebolz --
Old scourges and new: microbe hunters explore a hidden world / Elmer W. Koneman --
The fungus among us / Elmer W. Koneman --
Living worms in living flesh: the diagnosis of parasitic diseases / Elmer W. Koneman --
From hobby to practical science: physicians discover the diagnostic utility of chemistry / Johannes Büttner --
Motes, protective ferments and hormones: pregnancy testing from antiquity to the present day / Ralf Bröer --
Blood lines / Erika Keller --
Cancer signs / Sabine Päuser --
The medium matters / Rolf Steinmüller --
Fighting the white death: Robert Koch, tuberculosis and tuberculin / Christoph Gradmann --
The analysis of biocatalysts: the develpment of clinical enzymology / Naotaka Hamasaki --
The development of coagulation diagnostics: a detective story / Monika Barthels --
It's a small world: the history of virological diagnosis / Elmer W. Koneman --
Immunoassays open up new possibilities in diagnostic testing / Heinz Fiedler --
The rise of automation / Dieter J. Vonderschmitt [and others] --
Matters of the heart: the laboratory contribution to cardiodiagnostics / Peter Stiefelhagen and Sabine Päuser --
The dawning of a new era: PCR revolutionises diagnostics / Hans-Joachim Burkardt and Sabine Päuser --
What can genetic tests tell us? / Friedrich E. Maly --
Proteomics targets new disease markers / Michael Tacke --
Near-patient diagnostics: the laboratory goes to the patient / Wolfgang J. Fiedler --
Information is our future: enhancing treatment efficacy with individualised health prognoses / Hamid Emminger and Oliver Mast --
Pharmacogenetics: paving the way to more individualised medicine / Klaus Lindpaintner --
About the authors.
Other Titles: Sinne, Sensoren und Systeme.

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