Advances in Clinical Chemistry

Series Editor:

  • Gregory Makowski, Clinical Laboratory Partners, Newington; Hartford Hospital, Hartford; Department of Laboratory Medicine, University of Connecticut Health Center, Farmington, CT, USA

Volume thirty-nine in the internationally acclaimed Advances in Clinical Chemistry, contains chapters submitted from leading experts from academia and clinical laboratory science. Authors are from a diverse field of clinical chemistry disciplines and diagnostics ranging from basic biochemical exploration to cutting edge microarray technology. In keeping with the tradition of the series, this volume emphasizes novel laboratory advances with application not only to both clinical laboratory diagnostics, but as well as practical basic science studies. This volume of Advances in Clinical Chemistry is an indispensable resource and practical guide for twenty-first century practitioners of clinical chemistry, molecular diagnostics, pathology, and clinical laboratory sciences in general.
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Audience

Clinical chemists, pathologists, medical technologists, and researchers

 

Book information

  • Published: June 2005
  • Imprint: ACADEMIC PRESS
  • ISBN: 978-0-12-010339-3

Reviews

se for the series: "Its continuity of pertinence, excellence, and authority remains unbroken-a tribute to the skillful editing and writing involved. Every informed laboratory staff must have available a copy of this volume."
--CLINICAL CHEMISTRY



Table of Contents

1. A Clinical and Analytical Review of Ischemia Modified Albumin Measured by the Albumin Cobalt Binding Test2. Human Tissue Kallikreins: From Gene Structure to Function and Clinical Applications3. Cholesterol and lipids in depression: stress, hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenocortical axis and inflammation/immunity4. Advances on Biological Markers in Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease5. Endothelial Microparticles (EMP) as Vascular Disease Markers6. Proteomics in Clinical Laboratory Diagnosis7. Molecular Determinants of Human Longevity8. Laboratory Findings of Caloric Restriction in Rodents and Primates9. Immuno-PCR as a clinical laboratory tool