Sample records for 遗传性疾病 (hereditary diseases)
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Textbook of neonatal medicine : a Chinese perspective


This authoritative and comprehensive text is written by an internationally renowned group of medical experts of Chinese ethnic origin from the mainland, Taiwan, Hong Kong and six other countries. As a scientific and clinically practical review of current knowledge on medical care of normal and high-...

DRIVER (Chinese)

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Reconstruction of human hepatocyte glyoxylate metabolic pathways in stably transformed Chinese-hamster ovary cells

Behnam, JI; Williams, EL; Brink, S; Rumsby, G; Danpure, CJ

Failure to detoxify the intermediary metabolite glyoxylate in human hepatocytes underlies the metabolic pathology of two potentially lethal hereditary calcium oxalate kidney stone diseases, PH (primary hyperoxaluria) types 1 and 2. In order to define more clearly the roles of enzymes involved in the...

DRIVER (Chinese)

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Microsatellite instability and novel mismatch repair gene mutations in northern Chinese population with Hereditary non-polyposis colorectal cancer

Sheng, JQ; Chan, TL; Chan, YW; Huang, JS; Chen, JG; Zhang, MZ; Guo, XL; Mu, H; Chan, ASY; Li, SR; Yuen, ST; Leung, SY

DRIVER (Chinese)

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Galectin binding proteins in serum and bronchoalveolar lavage -in healthy and pathological conditions

Cederfur, Cecilia

Galectins are carbohydrate binding proteins, implicated in conditions of both inflammation and cancer. Connections between chronic inflammation and cancer are proposed by the increased remodelling and proliferation that occurs, leading to enhanced survival and proliferation of malignant cells. Since...

DRIVER (Chinese)

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Changing nature's course : the ethical challenge of biotechnology


Biotechnology marks a new scientific revolution. It holds the promise of generating resources to meet our needs in the fight against hunger, disease and environmental disasters. However, critics argue that biotechnology will jeopardize evolution and add incalculable, self-made risks to the fragile c...

DRIVER (Chinese)