Oxygen Transport To Tissue XXIII: Oxygen Measurements in the 21st Century: Basic Techniques and Clinical Relevance

Overview

This volume covers all aspects of oxygen delivery to tissue, including blood flow and its regulation, as well as oxygen metabolism. Special emphasis is placed on methods of oxygen measurement in living tissue and application of these technologies to understanding physiological and biochemical basis for pathology related to tissue oxygenation. This is a multidisciplinary volume designed to bring together experts and students from a range of research fields.

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Overview

This volume covers all aspects of oxygen delivery to tissue, including blood flow and its regulation, as well as oxygen metabolism. Special emphasis is placed on methods of oxygen measurement in living tissue and application of these technologies to understanding physiological and biochemical basis for pathology related to tissue oxygenation. This is a multidisciplinary volume designed to bring together experts and students from a range of research fields.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781461349648
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Publication date: 4/30/2013
  • Series: Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology Series , #510
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2003
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 421
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

Tumor Biology and Physiology. 1. The Role of Tumor Oxygenation in Vascular and Clinical Response to Angiogenesis Inhibition; M.S. Gee, W.M.F Lee. 2. Comparison of Fluctuations of Oxygen Tension in FSA, 9L and R3230AC Tumors in Rats; L.I. Cárdenas-Navia, et al. 3. Effect of Carbogen-Breathing on Redox Status of the RIF-1 Tumor; G. Illangovan, et al. 4. Evaluation of Microregional Variations in Tumor Hypoxia Following the Administration of Endostatin; B.M. Fenton, et al. 5. Effect of Hydralazine on Blood Flow, Oxygenation and Interstitial Fluid Pressure in Subcuataneous Tumors; T. Jarm, et al. 6. Oxygenation of Cervix Cancers: Impact of Clinical and Pathological Parameters; M. Höckel, P. Vaupel. 7. Quantitative Spatial Analysis of Hypoxia and Vascular Perfusion in Tumor Sections; T.M. Busch, et al. 8. Tumor Oxygenation and its Relevance to Tumor Physiology and Treatment; P. Vaupel, M. Höckel. 9. Mechanisms Underlying Hypoxia Developments in Tumors; M.W. Dewhirst. 10. Lack of Association Between Tumor Hypoxia, GLUT-1 Expression and Glucose Uptake in Experimental Sarcomas; O. Thews, et al. 11. The Impact of Tissue Microenvironment on Treatment Simulation; A. Dasu, J. Denekamp. 12. Evidence for and Against Hypoxia as the Primary Cause of Tumor Aggressiveness; P. Okunieff, et al. 13. Characterization of Human Gc Protein-Derived Macrophage Activation Factor (GcMAF) and its Functional Role in Macrophage Tumoricidal Activity; S.B. Mohamad, et al. Blood Physiology and Blood Substitutes. 14. Effect of HemoglobinSolutions as Hemodiluents on Capillary Oxygen Tension; R.N. Pittman, et al. 15. Different Efficacy In Vitro of Hemoglobin Based Oxygen Carriers and Red Cells; E. Bucci, et al. 16. A Novel Blood Transfusant Candidate: Intact Human Erythrocytes Containing Hemoglobin Exclusively Nitrosylated in the α-Subunits; A. Tsuneshige, T. Yonetani. 17. The Contribution of Hemoglobin to Oxygen Transport in the Microcrustacean Daphnia Magna; R. Pirow. 18. Modifications of Red Blood Cell Shape and Glycoproteins Membrane Content in Septic Patients; M. Piagnerelli, et al. 19. Fiber Optic Immunosensors for Cardio-Vascular Disease Diagnosis: Quantification of Protein C, Factor V Leiden, and Cardiac Troponin T in Plasma; H.J. Kwon, et al. 20. Soft Gel Chromatography Column Analysis and Design for the Production of High Molecular Weight Blood Factors: Model Molecule Protein C; Weiwei He, D.F. Bruley. 21. Development of an Economic Miniantibody Production Process for the Purification of Protein C (Anti-Coagulant/Anti-Thrombotic); L.K. Korah, et al. Nitric Oxide Biology and Physiology. 22. Nitric Oxide Synthesis in Brain is Stimulated by Oxygen; S.R. Thom, D.G. Buerk. 23. Oxygen Indirectly Regulates Nitric Oxide Availability; P.E. James, et al. 24. Modeling the Regulation of Oxygen Consumption by Nitric Oxide; K. Lamkin-Kennard, et al. Oxygen Measurement Methods and Applications. 25. Oxygen Sensor Design: Analysis and correction of Problems Associated With Zero Current, Stability and Structure; C.J. Koch. 26. Computer Simulation of Oxygen Microelectrode Measu

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