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161. Basic Keyboarding for the Medical Office Assistant (Basic Keyboarding for the Medical Office Assistant)
by EdnaJean Moss
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Asin: 1401811892
Catlog: Book (2003-09-02)
Publisher: Thomson Delmar Learning
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This is a basic keyboarding book for medical assistants, medical secretaries and transcriptionists that include medical terminology case histories, technical information, and medical timed writings that is needed for any medical facility and all personnel.New material includes in depth exercises for punctuation, grammar, and additional medical reports.The medical documents illustrate how to develop reports for the medical facility that includes consultation reports, pathology reports, history and physical reports, operative reports, and also how to format each document. ... Read more


162. Patient Education : A Practical Approach
by Kate Lorig
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Catlog: Book (2000-10-13)
Publisher: SAGE Publications
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Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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This volume is a practical, step-by-step description of the process of conceptualizing, designing, implementing, and evaluating a successful patient education program. Chapters focus on conducting a needs assessment, developing and evaluating a program-based upon that assessment, generating marketing strategies and selecting or preparing patient education materials.The author makes recommendations on how to work effectively with culturally diverse populations and with difficult patients and on how to deal with compliance problems. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Program development from the ground up.
Are you thinking about creating an education program, with group sessions, for a specific patient population? This book shows you how to involve patients in creation of your program right from the start. And why that's the only way to do it, if you want to do it right. ... Read more


163. Study Without Stress: Mastering Medical Sciences
by Eugenia G. Kelman, Kathleen C. Straker
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Catlog: Book (1999-10-22)
Publisher: Sage Publications
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Too much to learn—too little time! Nothing characterizes the medical school experience better than this expression, and it is the reason that Eugenia G. Kelman and Kathleen C. Straker developed this book. A product of their 25 years’ experience, the book draws from the authors’ many study skills and stress management workshops for medical students. Written in an easy-to-read conversational style, Study Without Stress contains the keys to medical school academic survival, enabling you to manage your time and develop optimal study habits.

Designed to be read either straight through or by section, this volume of the Medical School Survival Kit provides self-assessment tools for measuring your current study habits and numerous strategies for improving them. The authors discuss effective time management and ways to help you control and use your time effectively. Also included are chapters on prereading, reading, note-taking, concentration, test-taking skills, and overcoming test-induced anxiety.

Written for medical students, Study Without Stress, presents self-diagnostic tools and strategies that can be applied by students of the health and human service disciplines. It is a must for students enlisted in rigorous study and an excellent resource for student counselors.

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164. Contemporary Medical Office Procedures, 3e
by Doris Humphrey
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Catlog: Book (2003-08-15)
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Contemporary Medical Office Procedures, Third Edition, is designed to provide learners with the knowledge and skills necessary for career success in administrative medical assisting. Entry-level administrative and general competency areas outlined in the Medical Assistant Role Delineation Chart of the AAMA are addressed. The book is divided into five parts: Todays Medical Environment, Patient Relations, Computers and Information Processing in the Medical Office, Automating Medical Office Financial Management, and Becoming a Career Medical Assistant. Each part focuses on a major area that influences an administrative medical assistants responsibilities. ... Read more


165. Laughter: A Scientific Investigation
by Robert R. Provine
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Catlog: Book (2001-11-01)
Publisher: Penguin Books
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Average Customer Review: 3.38 out of 5 stars
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"[A] well-written, often amusing and always fascinating exposé." (Scientific American)

DO MEN AND WOMEN LAUGH AT THE SAME THINGS?
IS LAUGHTER CONTAGIOUS?
HAS ANYONE EVER REALLY DIED LAUGHING?
IS LAUGHING GOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH?

Drawing upon ten years of research into this most common-yet complex and often puzzling-human phenomenon, Dr. Robert Provine, the world's leading scientific expert on laughter, investigates such aspects of his subject as its evolution, its role in social relationships, its contagiousness, its neural mechanisms, and its health benefits. This is an erudite, wide-ranging, witty, and long-overdue exploration of a frequently surprising subject.
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1-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing
IMHO, this doesn't yield any valuable conceptual insights into humor.

If you're interested in the cognitive patterns behind jokes, comedy etc. you might want to check out Arthur Koestler's "Act of Creation" instead. He sets out to discover common patterns behind creative acts in humor, art and science and comes up with very broad original insights that I found very enlightening.

Another interesting (and more formalized) attempt to conceptualize creative thinking (including humor) is being developed by some cognitive linguists (Gilles Fauconnier, Mark Turner). Their concepts seem to go along very well with Koestler's findings. You might want to check out their book "The Way We Think".

2-0 out of 5 stars Laughter is caused by a stuttering brain
Yes, yes, I know. Provine studied thousands of people but, what he failed to grasp is that laughter is the result of a "stuttering" brain. A person is confronted with anxiety and, the brain "stutters" and releases the vocalizations we call laughter. This brings the brain (rather mind) back into equilibrium and "solves" the dilemma . . .the anxiety.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fascinating, but probably not the book for everyone
I thought this book was fantastic--but I probably approached it in a way different than the average reader would.

I'm a psychologist, like Provine, and humor has been a side interest for me during all of my 20 years in the field. I thought about studying humor when I was in graduate school, but chose to study memory instead, basically because I chickened out; I thought that humor was too hard. Indeed, I read most of the important works on humor and laughter and was not that impressed with the status of the field.

This is the best book on the subject I have ever read.

Provine takes the brilliantly simple approach of questioning whether or not we really know _when_ people laugh, instead of assuming that we know when and asking _why_. I (AND every psychologist and philosopher who has written on the subject) had assumed that we know when people laugh. Provine shows that we don't by doing observational studies of when people laugh. That alone would be worth following the author for a couple of hundred pages. Provine shows very clearly that laughter (1) has a social, communicative function, thus explaining the common (and this time correct) observation that you seldom laugh alone; (2) that laughter is usually NOT related to humor because it is not uttered in humorous situations; (3) that the person making a laugh-worthy comments laughs MORE than the person hearing that comment;

In addition Provine has some interesting speculation on the continuity of laughter from the great apes to humans.

This book is very different than the typical science trade book, as one might read by Steve Pinker, or James Gleick. It's not the type of book where a competent guide leads you through a simplified version of a very complex literature where great strides have been made. Rather, Laughter is a book of science in the making. It's not quite an academic treatise--you don't need much background to pick it up and read it. But be warned that it is not the kind of book where, once you finish it you'll say "Cool. So that's what laughter is all about." But if you are interested in humor or laughter, you may well find it rewarding.

1-0 out of 5 stars A Waste Of Time
I'm currently taking psychology at my school. I chose, for a project, to do a study on humor. As a book resource, I found this, and had high hopes for good scientific and correlational information. Provine has failed to write anything worth taking notes over in this book. He comes up with good questions but doesn't explain any answers, simply stating what other psychologists have done wrong in the quest for the answer. In the end, the book leaves us empty and full of questions and hopes that are never fulfilled. Also, he spends a lot of time placing gender stereotypes that have and never will be proven true in any context. This book was a waste of time for him to write, and a waste of time for us to read. There is nothing scientific about "Laughter: A Scientific Investigation".

3-0 out of 5 stars I laughed once while reading it
I guess his idea was that there were no studies on laughter so he wrote a book telling someone else to do one. I'm not sure what the point was or why anyone would have published this book, it went no where, accomplished nothing and was thuroughly dissapointing. He raised good quesitons and never came close to answering any of them. I don't get it. The one thing he actually did that was interesting was when he studied when men and women laugh, I thought that was very insightful and now that I know the facts, I've watched it be true. Women laugh when they talk or when they hear, men don't think women are funny. I thought that was an interesting study. Otherwise, the book didn't quite tell me anything. After another ten years of study he could write a much better book. ... Read more


166. Patch Clamping : An Introductory Guide to Patch Clamp Electrophysiology
by ArelesMolleman
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Catlog: Book (2002-12-06)
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Sales Rank: 130691
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Patch clamping is a widely applied electrophysiological technique for the study of ion channels; membrane proteins that regulate the flow of ions across cellular membranes and therefore influence the physiology of all cells.

Patch Clamping aims to cover the basic principles and practical applications of this important technique. Starting with a review of the history of patch clamping, the text then goes on to cover the basic principles, platforms, equipment and environmental control, and will also include coverage of preparation types, recording modes and analysis of results.

  • This book will explain the basic principles and practical application of patch clamp electrophysiology.
  • Written in a non-technical style to ensure its broad appeal to novice users
  • Takes a practical approach
  • This self-contained guide provides everything a practising patch clamp electrophysiologist needs to know to master this technique, including an overview of membrane biophysics, standard experimental design, data analysis, and technical concerns
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5-0 out of 5 stars The first of its kind
I'm giving this book a high rating because it fills a niche for which no other text exists: An absolute beginner's guide to patch-clamping. Yes, you could read Neher & Sakmann's hefty "Single Channel Recording" but, for the complete novice patch-clamper, it's a bit overwhelming.

So, you walk into a patch-clamp lab, there's a million different things on the rig and you're feeling very confused. The microscope is much more complex than the microscope you remember from high school, there's cabling literally everywhere, and everybody keeps mentioning how important it is not to disturb the "voodoo" shielding.

Where do you start? What do all those instruments do? Will I ever patch a cell on my own? This is the book for you.

The book does an excellent job explaining the main components on a patch-clamp rig (and advice for setting up your own if you're just starting up a lab) and gives detailed instructions on whole-cell patch clamp techniques. (I have not evaluated the single-channel techniques but they too seem quite well written.) Also, many simple "equivalent circuit" diagrams are given so that you can understand what you're measuring. You will patch successfully after reading this book!

My only criticism is that the book is a bit skimpy on what to do after you've got the cell patched. Only a few voltage-clamp techniques are explored and there is very little on experiments using dual recordings.

Otherwise, it's an excellent book. If you're new to patch-clamping, this is (literally) the only book for you. ... Read more


167. Investigating Biology (4th Edition)
by Judith Giles Morgan, M. Eloise Brown Carter
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Asin: 0805373659
Catlog: Book (2001-12-17)
Publisher: Benjamin Cummings
Sales Rank: 120674
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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With its distinctive investigative approach to learning, this effective laboratory manual encourages readers to become detectives of science. While teaching the basic materials and procedures important for all biology majors to learn, the authors also invite readers to pose hypotheses, make predictions, conduct open-ended experiments, collect data, and then apply the results to new problems. The result of this "process of science" approach is that readers learn to think creatively, just as scientists do. Laboratory exercises are divided into three categories: directed, thematic, and open-ended.For college instructors and students. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Review- Investigating Biology
This lab manual is an excellent resource for students and teachers, supplying wonderful labs to further demonstrate a concept in the field of Biology, congratulations to Morgan and Carter on a continuing job well done.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Resource
This book is an excellent comprehensive resource for anyone in a biology laboratory. ... Read more


168. The Book of Inventions
by Ian Harrison
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Catlog: Book (2004-11-01)
Publisher: National Geographic
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This extremely lively-and intricately researched-book is a rousing romp through the history of inventions and their inventors through time, from the tiny paperclip-coined "the world's most valuable invention"-to the massive jet engine; from mastermind Leonardo DaVinci, to quirky, colorful, dual-cyclone-vacuum-cleaner inventor James Dyson.It could be called an "Encyclopedia of Inventions," but it feels like too much fun for this kind of appellation. Far from a stodgy compendium, this book provides the dates, details, and stories of how some of the most interesting and useful objects have been invented through time, presented in a colorful retro format and with a lively sense of humor. It fills a much-needed niche in the series of National Geographic reference books: consider it the pause that refreshes. The information is as equally authoritative as our other reference titles, but in this title you get another angle on the technical stuff-heavy on history and anecdote that accompanies the science of invention. Nine chapters are divided thematically and reveal how gadgets and gizmos have affected all aspects of our daily lives.They are: Around the House, In the Office, At the Doctor's, Getting Around, Cutting Edge, Eating and Drinking, Spare Time, Inventions Without Wings, and Patent Numbers.Entries include objects as diverse as the disposable diaper, zipper, hair dryer, photocopier, artificial heart, disposable syringe, intelligence test, hub gears, collapsible scooters for the handicapped, beta blockers, Viagrar, and the traffic light. The subjects covered range from the absurd to the life-saving, from the high-tech based on years of research and testing to the accident. The Post-it note, a product of the genius of Arthur Fry in 1974, was the lemonade of a failed attempt at making a strong glue. Fry succeeded in making a glue that didn't stick, and an invention that did. Percy Shaw's 1930s invention of road safety reflectors, called cat's eyes, was the product of a late night drive in Halifax where he was alerted to his veering off the road by the reflection of his headlights in a cat's eyes. The book's compelling and colorful layout-which mixes fun facts called "did you know", timelines, and photographs-offers a discrete entry with each spread, breaking down the scores of information into bite-sized bits for easy digestion. This reference book succeeds in making learning entertaining and fun. ... Read more


169. Wind Power, Revised Edition: Renewable Energy for Home, Farm, and Business
by Paul Gipe
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Catlog: Book (2004-04-01)
Publisher: Chelsea Green Publishing Company
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170. The Language of Medicine: A Write-In Text Explaining Medical Terms
by Davi-Ellen Chabner
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Catlog: Book (2004-01-01)
Publisher: W.B. Saunders Company
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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The new edition of this popular resource helps readers understand and learn complex medical terms by dividing them into their component parts, clearly explaining the meanings of these terms in the context of how the body works in health and disease. Terminology and complex medical processes are described an easy-to-understand manner that is readily accessible to readers of all levels. The text brings the language of medicine to life with a workbook format organized by body systems, offering additional chapters on specific key areas of health care, such as cancer and psychiatry. Anatomy and physiology sections are generously illustrated in full color and reinforced with exercises on combining forms in terminology and word parts. Instructor resources are available; please contact your Elsevier sales representative for details.

* Trusted Language of Medicine instructional method has been used by nearly 2 million students to learn, understand, remember and apply medical terminology.
* All chapters have been extensively reviewed by medical experts, including some of the leading practitioners in the field, ensuring that content is up to date, accurate, and relevant to current medical practice.
* Clear illustrations of anatomy, physiology, and pathology provide a real-world context and point of reference for learning medical terms and how they apply to practice.
* Simple, clear, non-technical explanations of terms makes the knowledge accessible even to readers with little or no previous medical or science background.
* Organization by body system with additional chapters on specialty medical areas helps readers understand medical words based on how they apply within the body system, function, or application.
* Explanations of clinical procedures, laboratory tests, and abbreviations related to each body system or medical specialty show medical terminology in practice.
* Pronunciation of Terms list at the end of each chapter provides phonetic spellings and spaces to write the meanings of terms.
* An audio glossary of over 3,000 terms on CD-ROM strengthens learning through auditory reinforcement while encouraging correct pronunciation.
* Case Scenarios and Practical Applications in each chapter with case reports, operative and diagnostic tests, laboratory and x-ray reports allow readers to apply knowledge to real work situations.
* A wealth of exercises including Section Exercises, exercises within each chapter, Comprehensive Exercises, review sections, and Pronunciation Exercises challenge readers to test their understanding of material. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Crystal clear and easy to use!
Davi-Ellen Chabner's book is the best of its kind that I have read. I first used it as a student of medical terminology. Then, as luck would have it, Mrs. Chabner was the instructor for the human diseases course I took at an adult education certificate program in medical transcription. Talk about good fortune!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great!!
For anyone interested in the human body, medical information on diseases and tests. Very well written, understandable, highly informative. Fantastic book for beginning students or anyone. Wonderful encephal food. You'll find yourself saying, "So that's where they get that name from". ... Read more


171. Lab Ref: A Handbook of Recipes, Reagents, and Other Reference Tools for Use at the Bench
by Jane Roskams, Linda Rodgers
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Catlog: Book (2002-07)
Publisher: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press
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This handbook of valuable information extracted from laboratory manuals published by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press is presented in an easy-to-use format.It contains invaluable reference data, never before assembled in one handy package.It has been assembled from extensively field-tested manuals, ensuring accuracy and reliability, by two scientists with extensive and diverse experience of laboratory practice. ... Read more


172. Fuszard's Innovative Teaching Strategies in Nursing
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Catlog: Book (2000-08-01)
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
Sales Rank: 399885
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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The third edition of Fuszard's Innovative Teaching Strategies in Nursing gives nurse educators the in-depth and interdisciplinary information they need to prepare for today's changing teaching-learning environment. This new edition includes a wide variety of field-tested teaching strategies for multiple settings - traditional classroom, clinical site, and distance education. Theoretical foundations for the implementation of teaching and understanding of learners can be seen throughout this book.

New in the third edition: Chapters on strategies such as distance education, a patient simulator, computerized testing, Web-based courses, e-mail logs and journals; chapters on current challenges for educators, such as teaching sensitive subjects and developing reflective practice; increased emphasis on theories of teaching, learning, critical thinking, problem-based learning, and evaluation. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Fuszard's Innovative Teaching Strategies in Nursing 3rd ed.
Fuszard's Innovative Teaching Strategies in Nursing 3rd ed. by Arlene J. Lowenstein and Martha J. Bradshaw (Ed.)
This book is intended as a reference book for teachers and is appropriate for any teacher. The book has seven parts: 1. introduction (effective learning, innovation, critical thinking, creativity, and humor), 2. teaching in structured settings (lecture, problem-based learning, reflective practice, and sensitive subjects), 3. simulation and imagination (role-play, simulation, expressive techniques, debate, and the tree of impact), 4. technology assisted strategies (distance education, electronic communications, and web-based instruction), 5. remote faculty (co-consultant, preceptor, and mentor), 6. clinical teaching (philosophical approaches, refocusing the nursing skills laboratory, low literacy, community based experience, nursing process mapping, and issues in clinical teaching), 7 evaluation (computer-based testing, clinical pathway, and evaluation of learning outcomes). The chapters have section headings, tables, figures, exhibits, examples, resources, conclusions, notes, and suggested readings. This is a valuable teaching resource. ... Read more


173. The Art of Scientific Writing : From Student Reports to Professional Publications in Chemistry and Related Fields
by Hans F.Ebel, ClausBliefert, William E.Russey
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Catlog: Book (2004-03-26)
Publisher: Wiley-VCH
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Most scientists live in a "publish or perish" environment, but few would describe themselves as brilliant (or enthusiastic) writers. Coming to the aid of all those wishing to improve the quality of their scientific writing -- established researchers and aspiring students alike -- three experienced authors/scientists from differing backgrounds and cultures have compiled this classic guide.
This new edition has been completely revised to reflect dramatic changes in communication over the past 15 years. The primary emphasis is on writing techniques, accurate expression, adherence to accepted standards, and above all clarity, but the authors also venture into communication technology and organizational as well as ethical aspects of science. Numerous appendices and a particularly comprehensive index complete this highly useful book.

"The authors have a passion, not only for clarity and economy of style, but also for precision and consistency."
(Nature)

"A wealth of information contained in a single book of manageable proportions. Students reporting on a simple laboratory experiment and their teachers preparing a paper or lecture will both find this book a constant companion."
(European Science Editing)

"The book under reviewclaims, 'we know of no book as broad in its coverage, as critical in its analysis of existing trends, and as international in its scope'. This claim is immodest but accurate."
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Art of Scientific Writing
The newest edition of The Art of Scientific Writing is a terrific resource for scientific and other writers alike. It offers information on preparing scientific works, ie books, dissertations, journal articles and reports, in addition to providing writing techniques, offering layout and design suggestions. The authors thoroughly cover several topics to help readers develop a sense of scientific writing, including figures and tables to clarify text selections. The chapters are divided by subcategory, which makes it easy to navigate through the book to find a topic. Because there are significant new scientific developments almost daily, a chapter on collecting and citing literature is included. The authors make suggestions throughout the book, such as how to build one's own literature collection, why abstracts are pertinent to articles and dissertations, and how to correctly space formulas within a document. Chapters included are Reports, Dissertations, Journal Articles, Books, Writing Techniques, Formulas, Figures, Tables and Collecting and Citing the Literature. Appendices offer further information on Reference Formats, Selected Quantities, Units and Constants, The 20 Commandments of Electronic Manuscripts, and Conversion Tips. The Art of Scientific Writing has a complete index listing every topic in the book, which assists in finding a topic quickly. By HF Ebel, C Bliefert, WE Russey. ... Read more


174. Managing the Laboratory Animal Facility
by Jerald Silverman
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Asin: 0849312337
Catlog: Book (2001-10-18)
Publisher: CRC Press
Sales Rank: 1124901
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Most people in research are elevated into managerial positions because of their skills as scientists and their political acumen, not necessarily because of managerial training or experience. Helping to fill this need for managerial training, author Jerald Silverman shares the valuable information he's gained from over 25 years experience managing a laboratory animal facility. He takes proven managerial concepts and adapts them to the laboratory animal facility setting. Whether you are a manager in training or you are looking for help in applying the basic concepts of managing a laboratory animal facility, this book helps you fulfill the unique responsibilities of assessing needs, communicating effectively, and establishing goals with people from many different academic and skill levels. ... Read more


175. Microscale and Miniscale Organic Chemistry Laboratory Experiments
by Allen M Schoffstall, Barbara A Gaddis, Melvin L Druelinger, Allen Schoffstall, Barbara Gaddis, Melvin Druelinger
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Asin: 0072943386
Catlog: Book (2003-07-08)
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math
Sales Rank: 233317
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This book offers a comprehensive introductory treatment of the organic laboratory techniques for handling glassware and equipment, safety in the laboratory, micro- and miniscale experimental procedures, theory of reactions and techniques, relevant background information, applications and spectroscopy. ... Read more


176. Handbook of Laboratory Animal Science, Second Edition: Essential Principles and Practices, Volume I
by Jann Hau, Gerald L. Van, Jr. Hoosier
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Asin: 0849310865
Catlog: Book (2002-10-29)
Publisher: CRC Press
Sales Rank: 697455
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The second edition of an international bestseller, this book provides veterinary specialists as well as veterinary and biomedical researchers with detailed information about laboratory animal genetics, diseases, health monitoring, nutrition, and environmental impact on animal experiments. Completely revised and updated, Volume I now contains expanded coverage of topics such as procedures in genetic engineering, surgical techniques, and humane endpoints and the treatment of pain and suffering in laboratory animals. It includes a new, streamlined chapter that combines the review of alternative techniques to animal experimentation such as the use of isolated organs, cell cultures, and computer simulations. ... Read more


177. Practical Process Research & Development
by Neal G. Anderson
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Catlog: Book (2000-04-15)
Publisher: Academic Press
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This book will provide a comprehensive, step-by-step approach to organic process research and development in the pharmaceutical, fine
chemical, and agricultural chemical industries. Process R&D describes the steps taken, following synthesis and evaluation, to bring key
compounds to market in a cost-effective manner. More people are being hired for work in this area as increasing numbers of drug candidates are
identified through combinatorial chemistry and high-throughput screening. The book is directed to industrial (primarily organic) chemists, and
academicians (particularly those involved in a growing number of start-up companies) and students who need insight into industrial process R&D. Current books do not describe hands-on, step-by-step, approaches to solving process development problems, including route, reagent,
and solvent selection; optimising catalytic reactions; chiral syntheses; and "green chemistry." "Practical Process Research and Development" will be a valuable resource for researchers, managers, and graduate students.

* Provides insights into generating rugged, practical, cost-effective processes for the chemical preparation of "small molecules"
* Breaks down process optimization into route, reagent and solvent selection, development of reaction conditions, workup, crystallizations and more
* Includes over 100 tips for rapid process development
* Presents guidelines for implementing and troubleshooting processes
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178. Essentials of Research Design and Methodology (Essentials of BehavioralScience)
by Geoffrey R.Marczyk, DavidDeMatteo, DavidFestinger
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Asin: 0471470538
Catlog: Book (2005-02-25)
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
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Essentials of Research Design and Methodology contains practical information on how to design and conduct scientifc research. Packaged in the engaging Essentials format, students and practitioners in the behavioral sciences and related disciplines will gain important insight into identifying research topics and variables and selecting research approaches, as well as data collection and assessment strategies, interpretation methods, and important ethical and legal considerations. Perfect for courses on research design, this volume is also must-reading for anyone conducting research as well as consumers of research data. ... Read more


179. Using Antibodies : A Laboratory Manual : Portable Protocol NO. I
by Edward Harlow, David Lane
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Asin: 0879695447
Catlog: Book (1998-12-01)
Publisher: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press
Sales Rank: 509311
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Few technical manuals have become standards in biomedicine. Antibodies: A Laboratory Manual, by Ed Harlow and David Lane, has had that status for a decade. Now there is a new and even higher standard—Using Antibodies: A Laboratory Manual.

Harlow and Lane have completely revised their guide to the use of immunoglobulin reagents in the laboratory. Chapters have been entirely rewritten, reorganized, and updated to provide background, context, and step-by-step instructions for techniques that range from choosing the right antibody and handling it correctly, to the proper methods for characterizing antigens in cells and solutions. New chapters on tagging proteins and epitope mapping are included.

Rather than presenting an array of solutions for working with antibodies and antigens, Using Antibodies instead identifies in each case the best approach to specific problems. These recommendations include more detail in the protocols, extensive advice on avoiding and solving problems, information regarding proper controls, and extensive illustration of theory, methods, and results, both good and bad. An additional bonus included with this manual is a set of Portable Protocols, step-by-step instructions for the most frequently used and essential techniques printed on spill-proof, durable cards that can be annotated and used directly at the bench.

The expert advice in Using Antibodies is presented using an imaginative design with extensive use of color and graphic elements calculated to help readers plan and execute their experiments efficiently and accurately. A newly available type of binding will maintain the manual's integrity during years of use. ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars Should be [less money], Not [more money]!
Although I liked the outdated 1988 version of this book, this one is extremely simplistic and omits much of the previously included material. Most of the information included can be found on the web and is shallow compared to Current Protocols or other texts. Although it serves as a reasonable introduction for novices to this area it's extremely overpriced for [money]!!!

I would reccomend Monoclonal Antibodies by Goding ([money]),

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This is an exceptional reference for anyone using abtibodies in the laboratory. It is a *must-have* for anyone venturing into unknown teritory. For the experienced individual forced to bang out new protocols with a cranky antibody, this reference is priceless. ... Read more


180. Sample Preparation Techniques in Analytical Chemistry
by Somenath Mitra
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Asin: 0471328456
Catlog: Book (2003-09-12)
Publisher: Wiley-Interscience
Sales Rank: 637115
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The importance of accurate sample preparation techniques cannot be overstated--meticulous sample preparation is essential.  Often overlooked, it is the midway point where the analytes from the sample matrix are transformed so they are suitable for analysis.  Even the best analytical techniques cannot rectify problems generated by sloppy sample pretreatment.

Devoted entirely to teaching and reinforcing these necessary pretreatment steps, Sample Preparation Techniques in Analytical Chemistry addresses diverse aspects of this important measurement step.  These include:

  • State-of-the-art extraction techniques for organic and inorganic analytes
  • Sample preparation in biological measurements
  • Sample pretreatment in microscopy
  • Surface enhancement as a sample preparation tool in Raman and IR spectroscopy
  • Sample concentration and clean-up methods
  • Quality control steps

Designed to serve as a text in an undergraduate or graduate level curriculum, Sample Preparation Techniques in Analytical Chemistry also provides an invaluable reference tool for analytical chemists in the chemical, biological, pharmaceutical, environmental, and materials sciences. ... Read more


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