4 edition of chemical regulation of biological mechanisms found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by A.M. Creighton, S. Turner.|
|Series||Special publication / Royal Society of Chemistry -- no. 42., Special publication (Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain)) -- no. 42.|
|Contributions||Creighton, A. M., Turner, Stephen., Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain). Fine Chemicals and Medicinals Group., Society of Chemical Industry (Great Britain). Fine Chemicals Group.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 319 p. :|
|Number of Pages||319|
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Homeostasis, any self-regulating process by which biological systems tend to maintain stability. The stability attained represents a dynamic equilibrium, in which continuous change occurs yet relatively uniform conditions prevail. Learn more about the characteristics and functions of homeostasis. Children are potential victims of chemical or biological terrorism. In recent years, children have been victims of terrorist acts such as the chemical attacks (–) in Syria. Consequently, it is necessary to prepare for and respond to the needs of children after a chemical or biological attack. A broad range of public health initiatives have occurred since the terrorist attacks of Cited by:
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Get this from a library. The chemical regulation of biological mechanisms: the proceedings of the 1st Medicinal Chemistry Symposium. [A M Creighton; Stephen Turner; Royal Society of Chemistry. Fine Chemicals and Medicinals Group.; Society of Chemical Industry. Fine Chemicals Group.;].
Chemical regulation of biological mechanisms. London: Royal Society of Chemistry, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A M Creighton; S Turner; Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain).
Fine Chemicals and Medicinals Group.; Society of Chemical Industry (Great Britain. Current Chemical Biology aims to publish full-length and mini reviews as well as research papers on exciting new developments at the chemistry-biology interface, covering topics relating to Chemical Synthesis, Science at Chemistry-Biology Interface and Chemical Mechanisms of Biological Systems.
Fundamentals of Radiation and Chemical Safety covers the effects and mechanisms involved in radiation and chemical exposure on humans. The mechanisms and effects of these damaging factors have many aspects in common, as do their research methodology and the methods used for data processing.
The key is the ability ofmany biological processes to self-regulate by a mechanism called feedback. In feedback regulation, the output, or product, of a process regulates that very process. In life, the mostcommon form of regulation is negative feedback, in which accumulation of an end product of a process slows that process.
A Fractal Analysis of Chemical Kinetics with Applications to Biological and Biosensor Interfaces analyzes the kinetics of binding and dissociation of different analytes by different biosensor techniques, demonstrating, and then comparing each other.
Emphasis is on newer instrumentation techniques, such as surface plasmon resonance imaging (SPRi), and classical techniques, such as surface. This review focuses on the current state of nanoradiosensitizers, especially the related biological mechanisms, and the key design strategies for generating nanoradiosensitizers.
The regulation of oxidative stress, DNA damage, the cell cycle, autophagy and apoptosis by nanoradiosensitizers in vitro and in vivo is highlighted, which may guide Author: Hainan Sun, Xiaoling Wang, Shumei Zhai.
Cancer and Inflammation Mechanisms: Chemical, Biological, and Clinical Aspects provides the knowledge base researchers need to push the field forward. Reviews “Undoubtedly, this outstanding textbook will be of interest to all oncology researchers. Chemical and biological events (including infectious disease outbreaks) may affect children disproportionately, and the threat of a chemical or biological attack remains in the United States and worldwide.
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The lungs take in oxygen and give off carbon dioxide, which regulates pH in the blood. The kidneys remove urea, and adjust the concentrations of water and a wide variety of ions.
Main examples of homeostasis in mammals are as follows. The book is consistent in terminology and framework. For use in my course, it would have to have more biological context. Modularity rating: 4 The book is not long, and chapters are not overly dependent on other parts of the book/5(5).
Short Summary Volume III is unique in the history of bio-science and medicine as it presents for the first time a complete General Theory of Biological Regulation of cells and multi-cellular organisms, including the human new theory also explains the pathogenesis of all human diseases and how to heal them from an energetic point of view, which is the only correct approach to any.
Chromatin modifications have been well-established to play a critical role in the regulation of genome function. Many of these modifications are introduced and removed by enzymes that utilize cofactors derived from primary metabolism. Recently, it has been shown that endogenous cofactors and metabolites can regulate the activity of chromatin-modifying enzymes, providing a direct link between.
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Mechanism may refer to. Mechanism (engineering), rigid bodies connected by joints in order to accomplish a desired force and/or motion transmission Mechanism (biology), explaining how a feature is created Mechanism (philosophy), a theory that all natural phenomena can be explained by physical causes Mechanism (sociology), a theory that all social phenomena can be explained by the existence.
Chemical Mechanisms and Biological Effects. Authors: Snyder, Robert Free Preview. Buy this book eBook ,99 In Vivo Regulation of Hepatic Glutathione Synthesis: Effects of Food Deprivation or Glutathione Depletion by Electrophilic Compounds Book Subtitle Chemical Mechanisms and Biological Effects Authors.
Robert Snyder. 7 Chemical and Biological Mechanisms of Phytochemical Activation of NRF2 Fig. Keap1 cysteines readily modified by phytochemicals, glutathione, and a quinone-form. Chemical Biological Research/Evaluation "This first book to adopt a problem-based approach teaches the true basics of the subject through illustrated everyday case studies.
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Chemical and Biological Mechanisms in Susceptibility to and Prevention of Environmental Diseases. Sequestration of Biological Reactive Intermediates by Trapping as Covalent Enzyme-Intermediate Complex. Pages Biological Reactive Intermediates Vi Book Subtitle. Biology is the natural science that studies life and living organisms, including their physical structure, chemical processes, molecular interactions, physiological mechanisms, development and evolution.
Despite the complexity of the science, there are certain unifying concepts that consolidate it into a single, coherent field.
Biology recognizes the cell as the basic unit of life, genes as. An overview on the regulation of biological control agents and an introduction into the objectives and the organisation of the Policy Support Action REBECA is provided.Epigenetics Controls Genes. This is achieved through (a) nature: epigenetics is what determines a cell’s specialization (e.g., skin cell, blood cell, hair cell, liver cells, etc.) as a fetus develops into a baby through gene expression (active) or silencing (dormant); and (b) nurture: environmental stimuli can also cause genes to be turned.Chemical Mechanisms of Enzyme Catalysis There is an upper limit to the activity of an enzyme: It cannot operate faster than the rate at which it encounters the substrate.
In solution, this rate is approximately 10 8 to 10 9 times per second (sec ‐1).