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Editors: Zhongwen Liáng and Bibao Zhang
Book Description:
This book is a continuation of the book Medicine Researcher Biographical Sketches and Research Summaries which compiles biographical sketches of top professionals in the field of medicinal research, as well as research summaries from a number of different focuses in this important field. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical)

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Table of Contents:
Preface pp. i-xxi

The phenomenon of antibiotic resistance in an evolutionary perspectiv
pp. 1-2
Antibiotic Resistance And Probiotics: Roles, Mechanisms And Evidence
pp. 3-4
When good bugs fight bad – designing probiotics to control antibiotic resistant “superbugs” pp. 5-6

Modification of the bacterial phenotype as an approach to counter the emergence of multidrug-resistant pathogens pp. 7-8

Performance to antibiotics in staphylococcus aureus, streptococcus agalactiae and enterococcus spp. pp. 9-10

Microbiological And Pharmacological Principles Of Recent Antibiotic Therapy pp. 11-12

Bacteriophage Therapies and Enzybiotics: Novel Solutions to Antibiotic Resistance pp. 13-14

Application of computational methods to study antibiotic resistance mechanisms. Fluoroquinolone resistance as a case study pp. 15-16

Energetics of MDR microbial cells pp. 17-18

Low Impact Of OmpC AND OmpF On Susceptibility To Antibiotics In Clinical Isolates Of Escherichia coli Producers Of Extended-Spectrum Beta-Lactamases pp. 19-20

Antibiotic resistance in mariculture environments of China
pp. 21-22

Antibiotic Resistance as a Method for Determining Sources of Fecal Pollution in Water pp. 23-24

Genetic regulation, physiology, assessment and inhibition of efflux pumps responsible for multi-drug resistant phenotypes of bacterial pathogens pp. 25-26

Genetic and phenotypic characterization of drug-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates pp. 27-28

Tracking down a new putative drug target for osteoporosis: Structure of an essential region of the proton translocation channel of H+-VO-ATPas pp. 29-30

Antibiotic Resistance In Food Lactic Acid Bacteria pp. 31-32

Current status of antibiotic resistance in lactic acid bacteria
pp. 33-34
Nanobiotics to Combat Bacterial Drug Resistance pp. 35-36

Veterinary Antibiotics And Their Possible Impact On Resistant Bacteria In The Environment pp. 37-38

Efficacy, Safety and Costs of Intermittent Presumptive Treatment for Malaria in Tanzania: Beliefs, Attitudes, Experiences, and Views of Service Providers and Users pp. 39-40

A Potential Therapeutic Strategy for Malaria: Reversal of Quinoline Resistance pp. 41-42

Acceptability of Intermittent Preventive Treatment (IPT) for Malaria in Infants (IPTi) in Tanzania: Lessons to learn from IPT in Pregnancy (IPTp) in Mkuranga and Mufindi Districts pp. 43-44

Implementing Intermittent Preventive Treatment for Malaria in Pregnancy: Review of Prospects, Achievements, Challenges and Agenda for Research pp. 45-46

SFC-MS Analysis of Contaminants in Primaquine Diphosphate Tablets and Spectral UV and NMR Characterising of Primaquine and Quinocide
pp. 47-48
Artemisia Annua: AProgram of Local Production for Treatment of Malaria in Poorest Countries pp. 49-50

Quinine Toxicity and Cinchonism pp. 51-52

Antimalarial Peroxides: From Artemisinin to Synthetic Peroxides
pp. 53-54
Antimalarial Resistance and Treatment of Malaria in Clinical Practice in Thailand: An Update pp. 55-56

Biochemoinformatics Technology and Antimalarial Drug: A Useful" Omics" Technology pp. 57-58

Appendicitis: Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatments pp. 59-60

Acute Appendicitis in Pregnancy pp. 61-62

Appendicitis: Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatments pp. 63-64

Antibiotic Therapy Alone in the Management of Acute Appendicitis
pp. 65-66

Diagnostic Strategies in Acute Appendicitis pp. 67-68

Immunology of the Appendix: Effects of Appendectomy
pp. 69-70

Utilization of the Alvarado Score to perform CT for Acute Appendicitis
pp. 71-72
Vermiform Appendix – Embryology, Anatomy and Variations
pp. 73-74

Appendicitis and Parasitosis pp. 75-76

Appendicitis during Pregnancy: A Serious Disease and a Diagnostic Problem pp. 77-78

Negative Regulation of Fc&RI-Mediated Basophil Activation by the CBL Family of Adaptor Proteins pp. 79-80

Basophils, Mast Cells and Liver Cancer pp. 81-82

pp. 83-84
Flavonoids: Natural Inhibitors of Basophil Activation
pp. 85-86

Basophil in Tropical Infections pp. 87-88

Research on Basophil in Thailand pp. 89-90

Basophil Granulocytes: Small in Numbers, Mighty in Immune Regulation
pp. 91-92
C-Reactive Protein: FCR Receptor-Mediated Effects on Human Peripheral Blood Basophils in Vitro pp. 93-94

Biodegradable Composites for Bone Regeneration pp. 95-96

BMP Signaling and Bone Formation pp. 97-98

Bone Regeneration: Growth Factors, Augmentation Procedures and Tissue Engineering Application pp. 99-100

Bone Tissue Engineering: Synthetic Materials and Stem Cells
pp. 101-102

Platelet Rich Plasma: Highlights and Shadows from the Bench to the Bedside pp. 103-104

Bone Regeneration by Octacalcium Phosphate and Collegen Composites
pp. 105-106
Gelatin Based Microcarriers for Bone Tissue Engineering
pp. 107-108

The Induction of Bone Formation from Non-Human to Human Primates: Bone Tissue Engineering from Laboratory to Patients pp. 109-110

Mechanisms of Bony Repair at the Injured Growth Plate Cartilage
pp. 111-112

Application of Carbon Nanotubes on Scaffolds for Bone Tissue Regeneration pp. 113-114

Proteases as Therapeutic Targets in Bone Regeneration pp. 115-116

Ex Vivo Gene Therapy in Autologous Bone Marrow Stromal Stem Cells for Tissue-engineered Craniomaxillofacial Bone Regeneration pp. 117-118

The Efficacy of Modern Prostate LDR Brachytherapy as Monotherapy and Options for Salvage pp. 119-120

High-Dose-Rate Interstitial Brachytherapy in the Management of Primary and Rec urrent Gynaecologic Malignancies: Clinical Experience and Review of the Literature pp. 121-122

High-Dose-Rate (HDR) Intracavitary Brachytherapy (ICBT) for Cervical Cancer: Advances for Better Local Control and Complications Sparing
pp. 123-124
Dermatological Single-Session Beta Emitter Conformational Brachytherapy of Non-Melanocytic Skin Tumours pp. 125-126

Intracavitary Accelerated Partial Breast Irradiation pp. 127-128

Innovative use of Balloon Applicators for Gynecological High Dose Rate Brachytherapy pp. 129-130

Brachytherapy in Thailand: Summary of Reports pp. 131-132

Nanobrachytherapy pp. 133-134

Brachytherapy for Soft Tissue Sarcomas pp. 135-136

Metallic Selfexpandable Stents Combined with Intraluminal Brachytherapy in the Treatment of Nonresectable Biliary Malignancies
pp. 137-138

The Immune System in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis pp. 139-140

The NO/ONOO-Vicious Cycle Mechanism as the Cause of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis pp. 141-142

The Anti-Fatigue Effect of Moderate Cooling: The Evidence, Physiological Mechanisms, and Possible Implications for the Prevention or Treatment of CFS pp. 143-144

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Metabolic and Electrophysiological Muscle Responses to Exercise pp. 145-146

Features of Dysautonomia Distinguishing Chronic Fatigue Syndrome from Fibromyalgia – One Clinic's Experience pp. 147-148

The Role of Stress in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome pp. 149-150

Patterns of Cardiovascular Reactivity and Electrocardiographic QT Intervals Distinguish Fibromyalgia from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
pp. 151-152

The Burden of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) in Canada pp. 153-154

An Innovative Approach in Training Health Care Workers to Diagnose and Manage Patients with CFS pp. 155-158

Dengue: Detection, Diagnosis and Contro pp. 159-160

The Diagnosis of Dengue pp. 161-162

Dengue Envelope Domain III Protein: Properties, Production and Potential Applications in Dengue Diagnosis pp. 163-164

Dengue Virus Pathogenesis and Animal Modeling pp. 165-166

Target Cells' Responses to Dengue Virus Infection: Implications for Pathogenesis pp. 167-168

General Considerations on Dengue pp. 169-170

Molecular Diagnostics for Detecting Dengue pp. 171-172

Laboratory Diagnosis of Dengue Infection pp. 173-174

Dengue Infection pp. 175-176

Mathematical Models of Dengue Transmission and Control: A Survey
pp. 177-178

Acne: Causes, Treatment and Myths pp. 179-180

Female Acne Vulgaris: A Common Skin Disease Affecting the Relational Quality of Life: Beneficial Effects of Hormonal Contraceptives
pp. 181-182

Shedding Light on Acne: From Myth to Science (Laser and Light Therapy for Acne) pp. 183-184

Acne: Causes, Treatment and Myths pp. 185-186

Emerging Trends in the Diagnosis and Management of Atopic Dermatitis
pp. 187-188

Goeckerman Regimen: Genotoxic, Pro-Apoptotic, Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Angiogenic Effect pp. 189-190

Efalizumab in Psoriasis Clinical Practice: Efalizumab Induction and Maintenance Therapy for Moderate to Severe Plaque-Type Psoriasis
pp. 191-192

Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinases and Their Inhibitors: Friend or Foe in Fighting Psoriasis? pp. 193-194

Etanercept (Biological Response Modifier) Modulates Clinical, Morphological and Immunohistochemical Profile of Psoriatic Disease, by Acting on VEGF, CTACK and Factor VIII Cutaneous Expression: Open Label Clinical Trial pp. 195-196

Dendritic Cell Immunotherapy for the Treatment of Malignant Melanoma
pp. 197-198
The Novel Cationic Peptide Omiganan: Evaluation of Antimicrobial (Propionibacterium Acnes) and Anti-Inflammatory Effects pp. 199-200

Malignant Melanoma in Ethnic Skin pp. 201-202

Malignant Melanoma and Its Growth Fraction pp. 203-204

Role of the Tumor Suppressor PDCD4 in the Differentiation of the Skin
pp. 205-206
A Novel Transdermal Drug Delivery System Mediated by Arginine-Rich Intracellular Delivery Peptides pp. 207-208

Onychomycosis Caused by Nondermatophytic Filamentous Fungi pp. 209-210

Theories of Ligand Diffusion, General Anesthesia and Sleep pp. 211-212

Xenon – The ‘Strange’ One pp. 213-214

Possible Indications of Beta-blockers in the Perioperative Period other than Prevention of Cardiac Ischemia pp. 215-216

Could Perioperative Fluid Management Change Outcomes? pp. 217-218

Mechanical Ventilation during General Anesthesia pp. 219-220

A Poly-alert System for Cardiovascular Changes during Anaesthesia
pp. 221-222

Regional Anesthesia and Thromboembolic Prophylaxis in Patients Undergoing Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty pp. 223-224

Hemodynamic and Bispectral Index Responses to High Doses of Remifentanil in Patients with Brain Tumors Submitted to Neurosurgical Procedures pp. 225-226

The Simulation of Controlling of Anesthesia Using a Novel Multivariable Fuzzy Logic and Self-Organizing Fuzzy Logic Controller
pp. 227-228

Esophagogastroduodenoscopy in Children in an Ambulatory Setting: Comparison of Three Techniques pp. 229-230

Controlling Disease Outbreaks: The Changing Role of Hospitals
pp. 231-232
Cuban Epidemic Optic Neuropathy: An Appraisal of the Pathophysiological Mechanisms pp. 233-234

New Strategies to Solve an Ancient Problem: Prevention of Bubonic and Pneumonic Plague Using Plant-Derived Vaccines pp. 235-236

From “Never to Harm” to Harnessing Plague: A Paradigm Shift in Plague Ethics pp. 237-238

From a Burial Ground to the Discovery of an Epidemical Crisis: Biological Identity and Genotype pp. 239-240

Melamine Poison: A Test of Inter-Media Agenda Setting pp. 241-242

Social Construction of Avian Flu Influenza Virus pp. 243-244

Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Australian Subtropical White Syndrome at East Australian Reefs: Host Range, Prevalence, and Progression of Tissue Necrosis pp. 245-246

Disease and Transport: A Costly Ticket around the World pp. 247-248

Assessing Quality and Value of Predictive Models for Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever Epidemics pp. 249-250

Mathematical Modeling of Epidemic and Epizootic Processes of Hemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome pp. 251-252

Mass Mobilization and the Anti-schistosomiasis Campaign in Maoist China (1955-1960) pp. 253-254

Tularemia Is an Infectious Disease, which to this Day Is Mistaken for Bubonic Plague, and in the Ancient World Probably Was the Most Feared Epidemic pp. 255-256

The Environmental Reservoirs and Vector of Vibrio Cholerae pp. 257-258

The Emergence of HIV-1 Circulating Recombinant Form 07_BC Strains in Taiwan pp. 259-260

Utilitarian Aspects of a Healthcare Workers’ Obligation to Serve in the Face of Pandemic pp. 261-262

Need for Dengue Virus Drug Discovery pp. 263-264

Dissecting Entry of Dengue Virus into Target Cells pp. 265-266

Increasing Human Diseases: Population Growth and Environmental Degradation pp. 267-268

Rice-Based Oral Vaccines for Cholera and Allergy pp. 269-270

Ethics in an Epidemic pp. 271-272

Psychosocial Response to Animal Disease: Australia’s First Outbreak of Equine Influenza pp. 273-274

Environment and Lyme Disease Risk pp. 275-276

Lyme Disease: Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment pp. 277-278

Renal Manifestations of Lyme Disease: Interplay between Infection and Immunostimulation pp. 279-280

Health Technology: Moral Hazard, Inefficiencies, and Solutions
pp. 281-282

The Future of Health-care Quality in the United States pp. 283-284

The Elasticity Of Physician Supply And Medical Malpractice Litigation in The United States pp. 285-286

How do the Drug Ads and other Factors Affect the Way Dentists Prescribe Medications and Has Prescription Medicine Increased the Overall Cost of Health Care? pp. 287-288

The Affects of Contemporary and Alternative Medicine on Healthcare and Dentistry pp. 289-290

America’s Weightiest Health Issue: Not Obesity, but Bloated Health Care Expenses pp. 291-292

Analysis of The Number of Days Required for Full-time Care before Death and the Cost of Care in the Last Month of Life among the Chinese Elderly pp. 293-294

Costing of Primary Care in Developing Countries: How much Health Can we Buy for a Few Dollars? pp. 295-296

True Cost of Transfusion and Measures to Tame it pp. 297-298

Synthesis of "Statistical Innovations for Cost-Effectiveness Analysis" Translating Research into Policy and Practice (TRIPP)
pp. 299-300

Costs of Epidemiological Changes in Chronic Diseases in Mexico
pp. 301-302

Deficit and Health Reform – Two Different Phenomena? pp. 303-304

Screening Colonoscopy in Germany. A Cost-saving Analysis pp. 305-306

Costs of Alcohol Misuse in England pp. 307-308

A Fully Bayesian Cost--Effectiveness Analysis Using Conditionally Specified Prior Distributions pp. 309-310

Medication Management and the Older Person pp. 311-312

Training Needs of Healthcare Professionals Working with Breastfeeding Mothers in England and in Poland pp. 313-314

The Design and Evaluation of a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Enabled Inpatient Safety Management System pp. 315-316

A Note on Estimating a Mean Cost of Hospital Stay with Incomplete Information pp. 317-318

Molecular Mechanisms Involved in the Pathogenesis of Huntington Disease pp. 319-320

Huntingtin Interacting Proteins: Involvement in Diverse Molecular Functions, Biological Processes and Pathways pp. 321-322

DNA Repair and Huntington's Disease pp. 323-324

Putting Together Evidence and Experience: Best Care in Huntington‟s Disease pp. 325-326

Oral Health Care for the Individual with Huntington‟s Disease
pp. 327-328

Suicidal Ideation and Behaviour in Huntington‟s Disease pp. 329-330

Making Reproductive Decisions in the Face of a Late-Onset Genetic Disorder, Huntington‟s Disease: An Evaluation of Naturalistic Decision-Making Initiatives pp. 331-332

The Control of Adult Neurogenesis by the Microenvironment and How This May be Altered in Huntington‟s Disease pp. 333-334

Psychiatric Nurses Perceptions of the Constituents of the Therapeutic Relationship: a Grounded Theory Study pp. 335-336

Biopsychosocial Vulnerability-Stress Modeling for an Incarcerated Population pp. 337-338

Risk pp. 339-340

Nurse Burnout: A Review of the Evidence and Implications for Practice and Research pp. 341-342

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