Advances In Swine In Biomedical Research by L.B. SchookAdvances In Swine In Biomedical Research by L.B. Schook

Advances In Swine In Biomedical Research

EditorL.B. Schook, M.E. Tumbleson, L. B. Schook

Hardcover | January 31, 1997

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University of Illinois, Urbana. First of two volumes presenting the proceedings from the International Symposium on Swine in Biomedical Research held at the University of Maryland, October 22-25, 1995. DNLM: Disease Models, Animal - congresses.
Title:Advances In Swine In Biomedical ResearchFormat:HardcoverDimensions:462 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.04 inPublished:January 31, 1997Publisher:Springer USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0306454955

ISBN - 13:9780306454950

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Table of Contents

Overview: Advances in Swine in Biomedical Research (M. Tumbleson, L.B. Schook). General: Swine in Physiological Research (D.R. Brown, J.M. Terris). Swine as a Model in Cardiovascular Research (J.E. McKenzie). Porcine Endotoxemia (N.C. Olson). Bronchial Function in the Porcine Lung: From the Fetus to the Adult (M.P. Sparrow). The Pig as a Model for Studying the Pathobiology of Intestinal Transport in Infectious Enteric Disease (R.A. Argenzio). Developments in Breeding Gottingen Minipigs (P.J.A. Bollen, L. Ellegaard). Evaluation of the Mechanism of Cyclosporine A Nephrotoxicity (D.A. Calvert, J.M. Terris). Functional Modulation of the Porcine Small Intestine (D.R. Brown et al.). Ultrastructure of the Liver from Piglets Fed Dietary Oils (A. Sigh et al.). Effect of Fumonisins in Swine (W.M. Haschek et al.). Transgenics: Transplantation and Genetic Manipulation in Porcine Systems (M.S. Rutherford). Immunologic Advances towards Clinical Xenotransplantation (S.S. Lin, J.L. Platt). Assessment of Public Health Aspects of Porcine Xenotransplantation (P.J. Matthews, G.W. Beran). Porcine Model of Orthotopic Liver Transplantation for Chronic Studies: Results of Initial Two Week Investigations of Biochemical Parameters and Hepatic Blood Flow (M. Sika et al.). Genetic Engineering of Swine (V.G. Pursel). 6 additional articles. Index.