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Author: Stefan Uhlig,Aubrey E. Taylor
ISBN13: 978-3764354275
Title: Methods in Pulmonary Research
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Publisher: Birkhäuser Basel; 1 edition (May 22, 1998)
Pages: 541

Methods in Pulmonary Research by Stefan Uhlig,Aubrey E. Taylor



price for USA in USD (gross). The book covers the entire range of techniques from those that require cell cultures to those using in vivo experimental models. Up-to-date techniques such as intravital microscopy are presented. Yet standard methods such as classical short circuit techniques used to study tracheal transport are fully covered

The book covers the entire range of techniques from those that require cell cultures to those using in vivo experimental models. Yet standard methods such as classical short circuit techniques used to study tracheal transport are fully covered.

Member American Thoracic Society, Deutsche Gesellschaft Pharmacology, European Respiratory Society, American Physiological Society. Head pulmonary pharmacology division Forschungszentrum Borstel, Germany, since 1997.

The book covers the entire range of techniques from those that require cell cultures to those using in vivo experimental models.

View Author Influence. 341Highly Influential Citations. Platelet-activating factor (PAF) induces pulmonary edema and has a key role in acute lung injury (ALI). Here we show that PAF induces pulmonary edema through two mechanisms: acid sphingomyelinas. More). 18. 13. View on Nature.

Uhlig, S. The isolated perfused lung. in Methods in Pulmonary Pharmacology (eds. Uhlig, S. & Taylor, . 29–55 (Birkhäuser, Basel, 1998). 14. Göggel, . Hoffman, . Nüsing, . Narumiya, S. & Uhlig, S. PAF-induced pulmonary edema is partly mediated by PGE2, EP3-receptors and potassium channels.

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Authors: Ulrike Uhlig Daniel Drömann Torsten Goldmann Heike Dombrowsky Ekkehard Vollmer Peter Zabel Stefan Uhlig. Anesthesiology 2006 Dec;105(6):1192-200. Download full-text PDF.

"Methods in Pulmonary Research" presents a comprehensive review of methods used to study physiology and the cell biology of the lung. The book covers the entire range of techniques from those that require cell cultures to those using in vivo experimental models. Up-to-date techniques such as intravital microscopy are presented. Yet standard methods such as classical short circuit techniques used to study tracheal transport are fully covered. This book will be extremely useful for all who work in pulmonary research, yet need a practical guide to incorporate other established methods into their research programs. Thus the book will prove to be a valuable resource for cell biologists who wish to use organs in their research programs as well biological scientists who are moving their research programs into more cell related phenomena.