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Encyclopedia of the Eye 4 Vol Seticon  
รหัส : 9780123741981
ยี่ห้อ : Elsevier
รุ่น : Encyclopedia Major
ราคาปกติ :  85,000.00      
ราคาพิเศษ :  82,000.00
เว็บไซต์เกี่ยวข้อง : http://www.elsevierdirect.com/brochures/eye/
รายละเอียดย่อ :
Encyclopedia of the Eye 4 Vol Set
June 2010
Hardback / approx. 2,300 pages
Print ISBN: 9780123741981
Electronic ISBN: 9780123742032
รายละเอียดทั้งหมด :

Encyclopedia of The EYE/4Volume Set

As the first comprehensive reference for the eye, its support structures, diseases, and treatments, Encyclopedia of the Eye is an important resource for all visual scientists, ophthalmologists, and optometrists, as well as researchers in immunology, infectious disease, cell biology, neurobiology and related disciplines. This four-volume reference is unique in its coverage of information on all tissues important for vision, including the retina, cornea and lens. It also covers the physiological and pathophysiologic processes that affect all eye tissues.

This encyclopedia is invaluable for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows who are seeking an introduction to an area of eye research. Each chapter explains the basic concepts and provides references to relevant chapters within the encyclopedia and more detailed articles across the wider research literature. The encyclopedia is also particularly useful for visual scientists and practitioners who are researching a new area, seeking deeper understanding of important research articles in fields adjacent to their own, or reviewing a grant outside their immediate area of expertise.

Key Features

  • Written by experts at a level that permits students to grasp key elements of a specific subject
  • Provides an entryway into the major features of current eye research
  • No other source puts this much information, so well-indexed and with so many helpful full color figures and graphics, in the hands of the ophthalmic scientist

Table of Contents

  Article Title Lead Author
1
Adaptive immune system and the eye: mucosal immunity Austin Mircheff
2
Adaptive Immune System and the eye: T Cell-mediated immunity Kyle McKenna
3
Innate Immune System and the eye Meredith
Gregory-Ksander
4
Role of Complement in Ocular Immune Response Nalini Bora
5
Dynamic Immunoregulatory Processes that Sustain Immune Privilege in the Eye Jerry Niederkorn
6
Immunosuppressive and Anti-Inflammatory Molecules that maintain Immune privilege of the Eye Andy Taylor
7
Antigen Presenting Cells in the Eye and Ocular Surface Pedram Hamrah
8
Angiogenesis in the Eye Claus Cursiefen
9
Dry Eye: An Immune-Based Inflammation Michael E. Stern
10
Penetrating Keratoplasty D F P Larkin
11
Immunopathogenesis of HSV Keratitis Robert Hendricks
12
Immunopathogenesis of Onchocerciasis (River Blindness) Eric Pearlman
13
Immunopathogenesis of Pseudomonas Keratitis Linda Hazlett
14
Pathogenesis and Immunology of Bacterial Endophthalmitis Mike Gilmore
15
Immunobiology of Acanthamoeba Keratitis Jerry Niederkorn
16
Immunopathogenesis of Experimental Uveitic Diseases Rachel Caspi
17
Pathogenesis of Uveitis in Humans John Forrester
18
Immunobiology of Age-related Macular Degeneration Rafael Ufret-Vincenty
19
Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms in Allergic Conjunctivitis Virginia Calder
20
Immunobiology of Uveal Melanoma Martine Jager
22
Pathogenesis of Fungal Keratitis Eric Pearlman
23
Lens Structure David Beebe
24
Lens determination and induction Richard Lang
25
Lens fiber cell differentation Michael Robinson
28
Normal age-related changes - crystallin modifications, lens hardening Kirsten Lampi
30
Lens regeneration Panagiotis Tsonis
31
Structure and evolution of the crystallins Graeme Wistow
32
Ionic Permeability and Currents in the Lens Paul Donaldson
33
Gap junctions Eric Beyer
36
Accommodation Adrian Glasser
37
Genetics of congenital cataract J. Fielding Hejtmancik
38
Cortical cataracts Ralph Michael
39
Nuclear cataracts Roger Truscott
40
Posterior subcapsular and anterior polar cataracts Choun-ki Joo
42
Genetics of age-related cataracts Alan Shiels
43
Posterior Capsule Opacification I.M. Wormstone
45
Presbyopia Adrian Glasser
46
The Epidemiology of Cataract Sheila West
47
Tear film overview Kazuo Tsubota
48
Meibomian glands and lipid layer Thomas J. Millar
49
Lacrimal gland overview Sarah Hamm-Alvarez
50
Lacrima gland hormonal regulation Austin Mircheff
51
Lacrimal gland signaling - neural Driss Zoukhri
52
Overview of Electrolyte and Fluid Transport across the Conjunctiva Oscar Candia
53
Conjunctival Goblet Cells Robin Hodges
54
OCULAR MUCINS Monica Berry
55
Conjunctiva Immune Surveillance Erich Knop
56
Tear drainage Friedrich Paulsen
57
Defense mechanisms of tears and ocular surface Alison McDermott
58
Cornea Overview Penny Asbell
59
The Corneal Epithelium: Cell Biology and Basic Science Mary Ann Stepp
60
Corneal Epithelium: Wound Healing Junctions, Attachment to Stroma Receptors, Matrix Metalloproteinases, Intracellular Communications Elizabeth Fini
61
Corneal epithelium: response to infection Linda Hazlett
62
Corneal epithelium: transport and permeability Peter Reinach
63
The Ocular Surface: The Surgical Treatment for Corneal Epithelial Stem Cell Deficiency, Corneal Epithelial Defect, and Peripheral Corneal Ulcer Noriko Koizumi
64
Refractive surgery and inlays Rudy Nuijts
65
Stem cells of ocular surface James Funderburgh
66
Contact lenses Fiona Stapleton
67
Imaging of the Cornea Stephen Kaufman
68
Corneal nerves: anatomy Carl Marfurt
69
Corneal nerves: function Carlos Belmonte
70
Corneal stroma James Funderburgh
71
Corneal dystrophies Natalie Afshari
72
Corneal imaging - clinical Roger Steinert
73
Corneal scars Daniel Dawson
74
Corneal endothelium overview David Whikehart
75
Corneal endothelium signaling mechanisms Joseph Bonnano
76
Corneal endothelium regulation of proliferation Ula Jurkunas
78
Artifical cornea May Griffith
79
Blinking mechanism Charles McMonnies
80
Drug delivery to cornea and conjunctiva–esterase and protease directed prodrug design Ashim Mitra
81
Inflammation of conjunctiva Teruo Nishida
82
Knock out mice models: cornea, conjunctiva, lacrimal gland Winston Kao
83
Gene therapy Rajiv Mohan
84
Lids: anatomy, pathophysiology and mucocutaneous junction Ted Wojno
85
The role of the ciliary body in aqueous humor dynamics. Structural aspects Ernst Tamm
86
Ion transport in the ciliary epithelium Olaf Strauss
88
Neuroendocrine properties of the ciliary epithelium Miguel Coca-Prados
89
Control of Aqueous Humor Flow Jay McLaren
90
Ciliary blood flow and its role in aqueous humor formation Jeffrey Kiel
91
Pharmacology of aqueous humor formation Carol Toris
92
Functinal morphology of the trabecular meshwork Ernst Tamm
93
Biomechanics of Aqueous Humor Outflow Resistance Mark Johnson
94
The Biology of Schlemm’s Canal Dan Stamer
95
The Fibrillar Extracellular Matrix of the Trabecular Meshwork Donna Peters
96
The role of proteoglycans in the trabecular meshwork Ted Acott
97
Regulation of Extracellular Matrix Turnover in the Aqueous Humor Outflow Pathways Rudolf Fuchshofer
98
The Cytoskeletal Network Of The Trabecular Meshwork Paul Kaufman
99
Steroid-Induced Ocular Hypertension and Effects of Glucocorticoids on the Trabecular Meshwork Abbot Clark
100
Myocilin Mike Fautsch
101
The role of oxidative stress in the trabecular meshwork Pedro Gonzalez
102
Biological Properties of the Trabecular Meshwork Cells Paul Russell
103
Uveoscleral outflow Albert Alm
104
Pharmacology of the aqueous humour outflow Kathryn Cracknell
106
The development of the aqueous humor outflow pathways Ernst Tamm
108
Immunological Aspects of Aqueous Humor Turnover Claus Cursiefen
110
Biomechanics of the optic nerve head J. Crawford Downs
112
Structural Changes in the Trabecular Meshwork with POAG Elke Luetjen-Drecoll
113
Primary Open Angle Glaucoma Detlev Spiegel
114
Pseudoexfoliation syndrome and glaucoma Ursula Schlotzer-Schrehardt
115
Pigment Dispersion Syndrome and Pigmentary Glaucoma Robert Ritch
116
IOP and damage of ON axons Robert Nickells
117
Retinal Ganglion Cell Apoptosis and Neuroprotection Francesca Cordeiro
118
The Genetics of Primary Open-Angle Glaucoma Rand Allingham
119
Molecular genetics of congenital and juvenile glaucoma Michael Walter
120
Animal models of glaucoma Stanislav Tomarev
121
Concept of angiogenic privilege Claus Cursiefen
122
Angiogenesis in response to hypoxia H Okano
123
Angiogenesis in inflammation Zoltan Szekanecz
124
Angiogenesis in wound healing Omaida Velazquez
125
Hemangiogenesis vs lymphangiogenesis Diane Bielenberg
126
Innate immunity and angiogenesis Ralph Kelly
128
Molecular mechanisms of angiostasis Raghu Kalluri
129
Stability and functional integrity of new blood vessels Akiyoshi Uemura
130
Vessel Regression Hans-Peter Hammes
131
Blood:retinal barrier Jose G. Cunha-Vaz
132
RPE barrier Lawrence J Rizzolo
133
Properties and Functions of the vessels of the Ciliary Body Susan Kidson
136
Anatomy and Regulation of the Optic Nerve Blood Flow Alon Harris
137
BREAKDOWN OF THE BLOOD-RETINAL BARRIER Stanley Vinores
138
Breakdown of the RPE blood-retinal barrier Mary Elizabeth Hartnett
139
Macular edema Robert Frank
140
Central retinal vein occlusion Sohan Hayreh
141
Pathological retinal angiogenesis Anthony Adamis
142
Development of the Retinal Vasculaure Tailoi Chan-Ling
143
Choroidal Neovascularization Scott Cousins
144
The Vascular Stem Cell Maria Grant
145
CORNEAL ANGIOGENESIS Dimitri Azar
146
Avascularity of the cornea Jayakrishina Ambati
147
Retinal Pigment Epithelial - Choroid Interactions Knatokie Ford
149
Pericytes and Microvascular Remodeling: Regulation of Retinal Angiogenesis Ira Herman
150
Evolution of opsins Todd Oakley
151
Genetic dissection of invertebrate phototransduction Baruch Minke
152
Phototransduction in Limulus photoreceptors Richard Payne
153
MICROVILLAR AND CILIARY PHOTORECEPTORS IN MOLLUSCAN EYES Enrico Nasi
154
The Photoresponse in Squid Jane Mitchell
155
The physiology of photoreceptor synapses and other ribbon synapses Wallace B. Thoreson
157
Limulus eyes and their circadian regulation Barbara Battelle
158
Circadian rhythms in the fly's visual system Elzbieta Pyza
159
Fish retinomotor movements Beth Burnside
160
The circadian clock in the retina regulates rod and cone pathways Stuart Mangel
161
Circadian Regulation of Ion Channels in Photoreceptors Gladys Ko
162
Circadian Metabolism in the Chick Retina P. Michael Iuvone
163
The Colorful Visual World of Butterflies Francesca Frentiu
164
Polarized-Light Vision in Land and Aquatic Animals Tom Cronin
165
Zebra fish as a model for understanding retinal diseases Susan Brockerhoff
166
Zebra fish - Retinal Development and Regeneration David R. Hyde
167
Xenopus laevis as a model for understanding retinal diseases Orson Moritz
168
Retinal Degeneration Through the Eye of the Fly Nansi Colley
169
Developmental Anatomy of the Retinal and Choroidal Vasculature Joe G Hollyfield
170
Post-Golgi trafficking and ciliary targeting of rhodopsin Dusanka Deretic
171
PHYSIOLOGICAL ANATOMY OF THE RETINAL VASCULATURE Sohan Hayreh
172
Physiological Anatomy of the Choroidal Vasculature Sohan Hayreh
173
Rod and cone photoreceptor cells: inner and outer David S Williams
175
Rod and cone photoreceptor cells: outer segment membrane renewal David S Williams
176
Light-driven translocation of signaling proteins in vertebrate photoreceptors Vadim Arshavsky; Peter Calvert
177
Rod photoreceptor cells: soma and synapse Robert Smith
178
Cone photoreceptor cells: soma and synapse Robert Smith
179
Morphology of interneurons: horizontal cells Leo Peichl
180
Morphology of interneurons: bipolar cells Silke Haverkamp
181
Morphology of interneurons: amacrine cells Enrica Strettoi
182
Morphology of interneurons: interplexiform cells Doug Mcmahon
183
Phototransduction: rhodopsin Kris Palczewski
184
RETINAL PIGMENT EPITHELIUM: CYTOKINE MODULATION OF EPITHELIAL PHYSIOLOGY Sheldon Miller
185
Phototransduction: the visual cycle Gabriel Travis
186
Phototransduction: Phototransduction in Rods Yingbin Fu
187
Phototransduction: inactivation in rods Vsevolod Gurevich
188
Phototransduction: adaptation in rods Trevor Lamb
189
Phototransduction: phototransduction in cones Vladimir Kefalov
190
Phototransduction: inactivation in cones Vsevolod Gurevich
191
Phototransduction: adaptation in cones Trevor Lamb
192
Circadian Photoreception Ignacio Provencio
193
Retinal Cannabinoids Stephen Yazulla
194
Information Processing in the Retina Frank Werblin
195
Information processing: horizontal cells Arlene A. Hirano
196
Information processing: bipolar cells Samuel Wu
197
Information processing: amacrine cells Robert Marc
198
Information processing: ganglion cells Thomas Muench
199
Information processing: contrast sensitivity Jonathan, B. Demb
200
Information processing: direction sensitivity Z. Jimmy Zhou
201
Information processing: retinal adaptation Kenneth Alexander
202
Glutamate Receptors in Retina Malcolm Slaughter
203
GABA Receptors in the Retina Stephen Yazulla
204
THE ROLE OF ACETYLCHOLINE AND ITS RECEPTORS IN RETINAL PROCESSING Kent T Keyser
205
Neurotransmitters and receptors: dopamine receptors P. Michael Iuvone
206
Neurotransmitters and receptors: melatonin receptors Allan Wiechmann
207
Neuropeptides: localization Nicholas Brecha
208
Neuropeptides: function Nicholas Brecha
209
Primary photoreceptor degenerations: terminology Richard G Weleber
210
Primary photoreceptor degenerations: retinitis pigmentosa Richard G Weleber
211
Secondary photoreceptor degenerations: age-related macular degeneration L Johnson
212
Secondary photoreceptor degenerations Michael Gorin
213
Retinal Vasculopathies: Diabetic Retinopathy Jayakrishina Ambati
214
Retinopathy of Prematurity Mary Elizabeth Hartnett
215


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