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Integrated Strategies for Drug Discovery Using Mass Spectrometry

Date: Jul 26, 2005

Author: Mike S. Lee

New strategies and techniques for today's fast-paced discovery process Today, the pressure is on for high-throughput approaches to accelerate the generation, identification, and optimization of molecules with desirable drug properties. As traditional methods of analysis become antiquated, new analytical strategies and techniques are necessary to meet sample throughput requirements and manpower constraints. Among them, mass spectrometry has grown to be a front-line tool throughout drug discovery. Integrated...

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Spectroscopy for the Biological Sciences

Date: Jul 22, 2005

Author: Gordon G. Hammes

An introduction to the physical principles of spectroscopy and their applications to the biological sciences Advances in such fields as proteomics and genomics place new demands on students and professionals to be able to apply quantitative concepts to the biological phenomena that they are studying. Spectroscopy for the Biological Sciences provides students and professionals with a working knowledge of the physical chemical aspects of spectroscopy, along with their applications to important biological...

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Optical Spectroscopy in Chemistry and Life Sciences: An Introduction

Date: Jul 19, 2005

Author: Werner Schmidt

This book is a compact and simultaneously comprehensive introduction to the theory and practice of optical spectroscopy. The author skillfully leads the reader from the basics to practical applications. The main topics covered are: - theory of optical spectroscopy - components of spectrometers (light sources, filters, lenses and mirror chromators, detectors, cuvettes) - evaluation of data and interpretation of spectra Such important methods as absorption and luminescence spectroscopy, scattering and...

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Handbook of Elemental Speciation, Handbook of Elemental Speciation II: Species in the Environment, Food, Medicine and Occupational Health

Date: Apr 25, 2005

Author: Rita Cornelis, Joseph A. Caruso, Helen Crews, Klaus G. Heumann

Written by an internationally recognized group of editors and contributors, Handbook of Elemental Speciation, Volume 2 provides a comprehensive, cross-disciplinary presentation of the analytical techniques involved in speciation. Comprehensive coverage of key elements and compounds in situ Addresses the analysis and impact of these elements and compounds, e.g. arsenic, lead, copper, iron, halogens, etc.,  in food, the environment, clinical and occupational health Detailed methodology and data are...

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Impedance Spectroscopy: Theory, Experiment, and Applications, 2nd Edition

Date: Apr 8, 2005

Author: Evgenij Barsoukov, J. Ross Macdonald

A skillful balance of theoretical considerations and practical know-how Backed by a team of expert contributors, the Second Edition of this highly acclaimed publication brings a solid understanding of impedance spectroscopy to students, researchers, and engineers in physical chemistry, electrochemistry, and physics. Starting with general principles, the book moves on to explain in detail practical applications for the characterization of materials in electrochemistry, semiconductors, solid electrolytes,...

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Primer on MR Imaging of the Abdomen and Pelvis

Date: Mar 24, 2005

Author: Diego R. Martin, Michele A. Brown, Richard C. Semelka

This primer provides a concise, methodological approach to abdominal MR imaging techniques. It offers the user an invaluable pictorial and textual guide to typical features of the most commonly seen entities encountered by the clinician. The authors place an emphasis on a pattern recognition approach, thereby focusing on clinical-pathologic correlation (i.e., the morphological characteristics and pathologic criteria necessary to diagnose disease), as opposed to disease epidemiology.

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Proteomics Today: Protein Assessment and Biomarkers Using Mass Spectrometry, 2D Electrophoresis,and Microarray Technology

Date: Mar 11, 2005

Author: Mahmoud H. Hamdan, Pier G. Righetti

The last few years have seen an unprecedented drive toward the application of proteomics to resolving challenging biomedical and biochemical tasks. Separation techniques combined with modern mass spectrometry are playing a central role in this drive. This book discusses the increasingly important role of mass spectrometry in proteomic research, and emphasizes recent advances in the existing technology and describes the advantages and pitfalls as well. * Provides a scientifically valid method for analyzing...

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Structural Identification of Organic Compounds with Spectroscopic Techniques

Date: Mar 8, 2005

Author: Yong-Cheng Ning, Richard R. Ernst

Clearly structured, easy to read and optimal to understand, this extensive compendium fills the gap between textbooks devoted to either spectra interpretation or basic physical principles. The original Chinese editions have already sold over 18,500 copies, and the material is taken from the latest literature from around the world, plus technical information provided by the manufacturers of spectroscopic instruments. Alongside basic methods, Professor Ning presents up-to-date developments in NMR, MS, IR and...

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An Introduction to the Optical Spectroscopy of Inorganic Solids

Date: Feb 18, 2005

Author: Jose Solé, Luisa Bausa, Daniel Jaque

This practical guide to spectroscopy and inorganic materials meets the demand from academia and the science community for an introductory text that introduces the different optical spectroscopic techniques, used in many laboratories, for material characterisation. Treats the most basic aspects to be introduced into the field of optical spectroscopy of inorganic materials, enabling a student to interpret simple optical (absorption, reflectivity, emission and scattering) spectra Contains simple,...

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Additives in Polymers: Industrial Analysis and Applications

Date: Feb 4, 2005

Author: Jan C. J. Bart

This industrially relevant resource covers all established and emerging analytical methods for the deformulation of polymeric materials, with emphasis on the non-polymeric components. Each technique is evaluated on its technical and industrial merits. Emphasis is on understanding (principles and characteristics) and industrial applicability. Extensively illustrated throughout with over 200 figures, 400 tables, and 3,000 references.

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