Evidence and Rational Based Research on Chinese Drugs

Evidence and Rational Based Research on Chinese Drugs-1

Hildebert Wagner • Gudrun Ulrich-Merzenich Editors 2013 After the successful introduction of acupuncture to western medicine, great advances in analytical chemistry, molecular biology, genomic technology and system biology have again brought herbal drugs into the focus of basic research on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). A growing number of Western physicians become trained in Traditional Chinese Medicine and advocate Chinese medicinal […]

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Drugs and Poisons in Humans

Drugs and Poisons in Humans-1

Osamu Suzuki and Kanako Watanabe 2005 A Handbook of Practical Analysis Th e readers of this book will immediately realize that all authors are Japanese scientists; this is the English translation of a book which was published in Japanese by Jiho, Inc., Tokyo in 2002. Upon translation, the Editors added five new chapters to the previous 67 […]

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Drugs, Driving and Traffic Safety

Drugs, Driving and Traffic Safety-1

Editors: Verster, J., Pandi-Perumal, S.R., Ramaekers, J.G., de Gier, J.J. (Eds.) 2009 The volume Drugs, Driving & Traffic Safety covers the impact of various diseases and their treatment on driving ability. Traffic safety is an issue that is becoming increasingly relevant.In 2004, the World Health Organization dedicated the World Health Day to road safety to draw attention to the yearly increasing number of traffic deaths.

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Michael E. Maragoudakis • Nikos E. Tsopanoglou Editors 2009 Physiology and Disease The elucidation of the coagulation cascade has been one of the major accomplishments of biomedical sciences in recent years. The central role of thrombin, the plethora of factors and the multiple control mechanisms involved in haemostasis have been well characterized. However, new insights in the structure, […]

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