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Ronald F. Tuma, Walter N. Duran, Klaus Ley
Academic Press, Apr 28, 2011 - Science - 1000 pages
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This reference is a volume in the Handbook of Physiology, co-published with The American Physiological Society. Growth in knowledge about the microcirculation has been explosive with the field becoming fragmented into numerous subdisciplines and subspecialties. This volume pulls all of the critical information into one volume.
  • Meticulously edited and reviewed. Benefit: Provides investigators a unique tool to explore the significance of their findings in the context of other aspects of the microcirculation. In this way, the updated edition has a direct role in helping to develop new pathways of research and scholarship
  • Highlights the explosive growth in knowledge about the microcirculation including the biology of nitric oxide synthase (NOS), endothelial cell signaling, angiogenesis, cell adhesion molecules, lymphocyte trafficking, ion channels and receptors, and propagated vasomotor responses. Benefit: Microcirculatory biology has become fragmented into numerous sub-disciplines and subspecialties, and these reference reintegrates the information in one volume

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Temple University School of Medicine

Dept. of Physiology

3400 North Broad Street

Philadelphia, PA 19140

Walter N. Duran, PhD

Dept. of Pharmacology & Physiology,University of Medicine & Dentistry, New Jersey Medical School, Medical Science Building, 185 South Orange Ave.

Neward, NJ 07103-2714