Genome Editing in Neurosciences

Genome Editing in Neurosciences-1

Rudolf Jaenisch • Feng Zhang • Fred Gage Editors 2017 It was somewhat of a surprise to the scientific community when, in 1944, Oswald Avery definitively proved that DNA encoded the blueprint to life. Many scientists at the time thought that, with just four bases, DNA was chemically too simple to contain so much information. Nearly 75 years […]

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Myasthenia Gravis and Related Disorders

Myasthenia Gravis and Related Disorders-1

Edited by Henry J. Kaminski 2009 The objective of the second edition of Myasthenia Gravis and Related Disorders is identical to the first, to provide the clinician and the scientist a common source for understanding the complex disorder, myasthenia gravis (MG). Although the first edition appeared in 2003, there have been surprising advances in the field that recommend […]

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Social Neuroscience and Public Health

Social Neuroscience and Public Health-1

Peter A. Hall Editor 2013 Foundations for the Science of Chronic Disease Prevention The intellectual heritage of public health includes epidemiology, health services, community health, urban planning, and biostatistics. It most clearly does not include neuroscience. This is largely because of the vastly divergent epistemic stances of public health and neuroscience, rather than lack of mutual relevance.

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Brain Edema XIII

Brain Edema XIII-1

Edited by J.T. Hoff, R.F. Keep, G. Xi, and Y. Hua (eds.) 2006 The XIII International Symposium on Brain Edema and Tissue Injury was held June 1–3, 2005, in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. This volume includes papers presented at the symposium as well as papers that were presented at a satellite Intracerebral Hemorrhage Conference on June 4, 2005.

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