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Sourcebook of Models for Biomedical Research

  • P. Michael Conn

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Introduction

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Michael S. Rand
      Pages 9-15
    3. Rolf Sprengel, Leonid Eshkind, Jan Hengstler, Ernesto Bockamp
      Pages 17-24
  3. General Considerations

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 25-25
    2. J. P. Kim, Charlene Cho, Norka Ruiz Bravo
      Pages 43-48
    3. Richard L. Crawford, Tim Allen
      Pages 49-54
  4. Well-Established Models

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 65-65
    2. Yeast, Worms, Flies, Sea Animals, and Birds

      1. Gregory W. Carter, Vesteinn Thorsson, Timothy Galitski
        Pages 67-74
      2. Xavier Fernàndez-Busquets
        Pages 75-83
      3. Tetsuya Kominami, Hiromi Takata
        Pages 85-90
      4. Brian A. Link, Sean G. Megason
        Pages 103-112
      5. Michelle M. Elekonich
        Pages 129-138
      6. Punita Koustubhan, Debra Sorocco, Michael S. Levin
        Pages 139-160
      7. Janice M. Bahr
        Pages 161-167
    3. Rodents

      1. Bart M. G. Smits, Jill D. Haag, Michael N. Gould, Edwin Cuppen
        Pages 171-178
      2. Sheryl J. Wildt, Andrew I. Brooks, Robert J. Russell
        Pages 179-186
      3. John G. Vandenbergh
        Pages 187-190
      4. M. Azhar Chishti, Shaheen M. Nakeeb
        Pages 191-199
      5. Maria Luz Fernandez, Richard J. Wood
        Pages 201-212
      6. Dileep Kumar Rohra, Yureeda Qazi
        Pages 213-217
    4. Cats, Dogs, and Pigs

      1. Marilyn Menotti-Raymond, Stephen J. O’Brien
        Pages 221-232
      2. M. Michael Swindle, Alison C. Smith
        Pages 233-239
      3. Petr Vodicka, Jana Hlucilova, Jiri Klima, Radek Prochazka, Jitka Ourednik, Vaclav Ourednik et al.
        Pages 241-248
    5. Nonhuman Primates

      1. Ronald E. Kettner, M. Lysetskiy, M. Suh
        Pages 267-276
  5. Models for Specific Purposes

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 277-277
    2. Visual and Auditory Disease

      1. Takeshi Iwata, Stanislav Tomarev
        Pages 279-287
      2. Richard Salvi, Flint A. Boettcher
        Pages 289-301
    3. Trauma, Pain, and Neurology

      1. Norman F. Capra, Jin Y. Ro
        Pages 305-312
      2. Emma L. Lane, Thomas Carlsson, Deniz Kirik, Stephen B. Dunnett
        Pages 313-322
      3. Anthony W. S. Chan, Yuksel Agca
        Pages 323-331
      4. James D. Rose, C. Jeffrey Woodbury
        Pages 333-339
      5. Craig W. Stevens
        Pages 341-352
  6. Models of Behavior

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 353-353
    2. Cardiovascular

      1. Lina Badimon, Laura Casaní, Gemma Vilahur
        Pages 361-368
      2. András Kónya, Kenneth C. Wright, Matthew Gounis, Krishna Kandarpa
        Pages 369-384
      3. James J. Kohler, William Lewis
        Pages 385-393
    3. Reproduction

      1. Don P. Wolf, Shoukhrat Mitalipov, James A. Byrne
        Pages 397-404
      2. Krishna B. Singh
        Pages 405-410
      3. Damayanti Chakraborty, T. Rajendra Kumar
        Pages 411-423

About this book

Introduction

The collection of systems represented in the Sourcebook of Models for Biomedical Research reflect the diversity and utility of models that are used in biomedicine. That utility is based on the consideration that observations made in particular organisms will provide insight into the workings of other, more complex systems. Some models have the advantage that the reproductive, mitotic, development or aging cycles are rapid compared with those in humans; others are utilized because individual proteins may be studied in an advantageous way and have human homologs. Other organisms are facile to grow in laboratory settings, lend themselves to convenient analyses, have defined genomes or present especially good human models of human or animal disease. The Sourcebook of Models for Biomedical Research is a comprehensive and extensive collection of these important medical parallels. While the entire book is not devoted to the remarkable success of the genomic programs, this work is well represented and indexed within these pages. This volume will be an invaluable resource for pharmaceutical and academic researchers across a wide range of biological fields.

Keywords

Diabetes Duo Endocrinology Methods Models Molecular Tissue Engineering biomedicine bone cell biology cells endothelium signal transduction steroids tissue

Editors and affiliations

  • P. Michael Conn
    • 1
    • 2
  1. 1.Oregon National Primate Research CenterBeaverton
  2. 2.Oregon Health and Science UniversityPortland

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-59745-285-4
  • Copyright Information Humana Press Inc. 2008
  • Publisher Name Humana Press
  • eBook Packages Medicine
  • Print ISBN 978-1-58829-933-8
  • Online ISBN 978-1-59745-285-4
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