CBD Oil for Osteoporosis: The Simple Way To Using CBD Oil To Treat Osteoporosis

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Feb 192019
 

Osteoporosis a fancy word for “porous bones” – affects about 54 million Americans. Those affected have lowered bone mass and a higher susceptibility to bone fractures as a result. Studies suggest that approximately one in two women and up to one in four men age 50 and older will break a bone due to osteoporosis. Many people have no symptoms until they have a bone fracture.
One study found that heavy marijuana users have lower bone density than those who smoke it. This study classified heavy use as smoking more than “5,000” times but added that most in the study had smoked nearly ten times as much. The study also found that marijuana users had lower BMIs, which could account for the lower bone density. About half were also tobacco users.
Despite its imperfections (as all studies have flaws), the takeaway isn’t necessarily bad: everything in moderation is a saying for a reason
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PCR Cloning Protocols

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Feb 182019
 

In the post-genomic era, PCR has become the method of choice not only for cloning existing genes, but also for generating a wide array of novel genes by mutagenesis and/or recombination within the genes of interest. PCR Cloning Protocols, Second Edition, updates and expands Bruce White’s best-selling PCR Cloning Protocols (1997) with the newest procedures for DNA cloning and mutagenesis. Here the researcher will find readily reproducible methods for all the major aspects of PCR use, including PCR optimization, computer programs for PCR primer design and analysis, and novel variations for cloning genes of special characteristics or origin, with emphasis on long-distance PCR and GC-rich template amplification. Also included are both conventional and novel enzyme-free and restriction site-free procedures to clone PCR products into a range of vectors, as well as state-of-the-art protocols to facilitate DNA mutagenesis and recombination and to clone the challenging uncharacterized DNA flanking a known DNA fragment. Powerful applications of PCR in library construction and sublibrary generation and screening are also presented. Authoritative and up-to-date, PCR Cloning Protocols, Second Edition, constitutes a gold-standard collection of the fastest, simplest, and most popular methods for isolating genes from all biological samples and creating novel genes from them by mutagenesis/recombination-essential methods for today’s study of functional genomics, gene expression, protein structure-function relationships, protein engineering, and molecular evolution.
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Randomized Clinical Trials: Design, Application and Reporting

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Feb 162019
 

Randomized clinical trials are the principal method fordetermining the relative efficacy and safety of alternativetreatments, interventions or medical devices. They areconducted by groups comprising one or more of pharmaceutical andallied health-care organisations, academic institutions, andcharity supported research groups. In many cases such trialsprovide the key evidence necessary for the regulatory approval of anew product for future patient use. Randomized ClinicalTrials provides comprehensive coverage of such trials, rangingfrom elementary to advanced level. Written by authors with considerable experience of clinicaltrials, Randomized Clinical Trials is an authoritative guidefor clinicians, nurses, data managers and medical statisticiansinvolved in clinical trials research and for health careprofessionals directly involved in patient care in a clinical trialcontext.

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Fusion of Biological Membranes and Related Problems

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Feb 162019
 

Membrane fusion and targeting processes are tightly regulated and coordinated. Dozens of proteins, originating from both the cytoplasm and membranes are involved. The discovery of homologous proteins from yeast to neurons validates a unified view. Although much is known about the interfering proteins, the events occurring when two lipid bilayers actually fuse are less clear. It should be remembered that lipid bilayers behave like soap-bubbles fusing when meeting each other. In this respect interfering proteins should be considered as preventing undesirable and unnecessary fusion and eventually directing the biological membrane fusion process (when, where, how, and overcoming the activation energy). In this latest volume in the renowned Subcellular Biochemistry series, some aspects of fusion of biological membranes as well as related problems are presented. Although not complete, there is a lot of recent information including on virus-induced membrane fusion. The contributors of the chapters are all among the researchers who performed many of the pioneering studies in the field.
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Hepatitis Viruses

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Feb 152019
 

Hepatitis viruses research started more than fifty years ago. The names of hepatitis A and hepatitis B were introduced in 1947 when it became clear that there were two types of hepatitis that were transmitted either enterically or parenterally. It became apparent in the 1970’s that there were additional hepatitis viruses distinct from hepatitis A and hepatitis B, and thus, the term non-A, non-B hepatitis was introduced. The non-A, non-B hepatitis was further divided into post-transfusion non-A, non-B hepatitis and enterically-transmitted non-A, non-B hepatitis in the 1980’s. By the end of the 1980’s, both post-transfusion non-A, non-B virus and enterically-transmitted non-A, non-B virus had been identified and renamed hepatitis C virus and hepatitis E virus, respectively. Hepatitis delta antigen was first recognized as an antigen associated with hepatitis B virus infection in the 1970’s. In the early 1980’s, a virus was isolated and named hepatitis delta virus. These five different hepatitis viruses have distinct replication pathways and are major health concerns. They have become an important topic for teaching to graduate-level and medical students. Hepatitis Viruses provides a comprehensive, up-to-date review of these viruses to readers. Each chapter is written by one of the top researchers in the field, and topics include: the epidemiology and the natural history of infection of these viruses, the molecular biology and the replication cycle of individual hepatitis viruses, host-virus interactions and the pathogenesis of hepatitis viruses, the immunology of hepatitis viruses, the relationship between hepatitis viruses and hepatocellular carcinoma, the viral vaccines and antiviral drugs. This book can serve as a supplemental reading material to graduate students and medical students, and to any researcher who would like to learn more about hepatitis viruses.
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Nanoimaging: Methods and Protocols

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Feb 152019
 

For more than a century, microscopy has been a centerpiece of extraordinary discoveries in biology. Along the way, remarkable imaging tools have been developed allowing scientists to dissect the complexity of cellular processes at the nano length molecular scales. Nanoimaging: Methods and Protocols presents a diverse collection of microscopy techniques and methodologies that provides guidance to successfully image cellular molecular complexes at nanometer spatial resolution. The book’s four parts cover: (1) light microscopy techniques with a special emphasis on methods that go beyond the classic diffraction-limited imaging; (2) electron microscopy techniques for high-resolution imaging of molecules, cells and tissues, in both two and three dimensions; (3) scanning probe microscopy techniques for imaging and probing macromolecular complexes and membrane surface topography; and (4) complementary techniques on correlative microscopy, soft x-ray tomography and secondary ion mass spectrometry imaging. Written in the successful format of the Methods in Molecular Biology™ series, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step protocols, and notes on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls.Authoritative and accessible, Nanoimaging: Methods and Protocols highlights many of the most exciting possibilities in microscopy for the investigation of biological structures at the nano length molecular scales.
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Developing Synthetic Transport Systems

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Feb 142019
 

​Understanding the general laws of an effective system for the transport of substances in cells is an important goal of systems and synthetic biology and will help us to answer why the transport subsystem of a cell is arranged as it is. In addition, the construction of models for optimizing transport systems is of considerable importance in the early stages in the development of a functioning protocell. The aim of this book is to describe the latest techniques for the calculation of the optimal parameters of the transport subsystem of a cell at its maximum efficiency. The book will describe linear and nonlinear programming, dynamic programming, game theory for models of ion transport in different types of cells (e.g. mammalian cells, bacteria, plants and fungi). ​
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DNA Repair and Human Disease

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Feb 142019
 

DNA Repair and Human Disease highlights the molecular complexities of a few well-known human hereditary disorders that arise due to perturbations in the fidelity of diverse DNA repair machineries.
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Free-Radical-Induced DNA Damage and Its Repair: A Chemical Perspective

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Feb 132019
 

Understanding of the molecular basis of DNA damage and its repair has increased dramatically in recent years, and substantial knowledge now exists concerning the products arising from free-radical attack on DNA. Free-radical DNA damage may lead to mutations, cancer, and cell death. Free radicals have various sources, notably ionizing radiation and oxidative stress. In radiotherapy for cancer and with some anticancer drugs, use is made of cell death by excessive DNA damage. The mechanisms leading to products of free-radical attack which have been studied in models and with small double-stranded DNA fragments are discussed in detail, and the basics of the underlying free-radical chemistry are dealt with in separate chapters.
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Protein Arrays: Methods and Protocols

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Feb 132019
 

Protein arrays make possible the detection and quantitation of many proteins simultaneously, thus enabling researchers to ask fundamental questions about biological processes and to discover biomarkers that can be used diagnostically. In Protein Arrays: Methods and Protocols, innovative experimentalists describe in detail the methods they have developed to synthesize and construct protein arrays for basic and clinical research. The authors present protocols to create and immobilize the capture substrate-the first task in designing a protein array-using a variety of affinity capture reagents, including antibodies, peptides, aptamers, biotin, chemical reagents, and chromatographic substrates. Once synthesized, these arrays can be used to analyze protein-protein interactions and posttranslational modifications, such as phosphorylation, as well as to discover and characterize potential diagnostic markers. Protocols to accomplish these tasks are also presented. The protocols presented follow the successful Methods in Molecular Biology™ series format, each one offering step-by-step laboratory instructions, an introduction outlining the principle behind the technique, lists of equipment and reagents, and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Diverse and highly practical, Protein Arrays: Methods and Protocols offers basic and clinical investigators a broad spectrum of approaches to the generation of protein arrays, as well as their uses in biomarkers discovery, in assay development, in clinical sample testing, in signal transduction analysis and characterization, and for creating the next generation of molecular tools.
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