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Annual Reviews по журналам "Annual Review of Biomedical Engineering"

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  • Robb Richard A. (Annual Reviews, 1999-08-01)
    ▪ Abstract  Visualizable objects in biology and medicine extend across a vast range of scale, from individual molecules and cells through the varieties of tissue and interstitial interfaces to complete organs, organ systems, ...
  • Skalak Thomas C. (Annual Reviews, 1999-08-01)
    ▪ Abstract  [Formula: see text] Richard Skalak (1923–1997) played a leadership role in the formative decades of the discipline of biomedical engineering through his technical contributions in biomechanics, his educational ...
  • Hu Xiaoping; Norris David G. (Annual Reviews, 2004-08-01)
    ▪ Abstract  Among advances in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), the increase of the magnetic field strength is perhaps one of the most significant. The use of high magnetic fields for in vivo magnetic resonance is motivated ...
  • Contag Christopher H.; Bachmann Michael H. (Annual Reviews, 2002-08-01)
    ▪ Abstract  To advance our understanding of biological processes as they occur in living animals, imaging strategies have been developed and refined that reveal cellular and molecular features of biology and disease in ...
  • Thakor Nitish V.; Tong Shanbao (Annual Reviews, 2004-08-01)
    ▪ Abstract  Quantitative electroencephalogram (qEEG) plays a significant role in EEG-based clinical diagnosis and studies of brain function. In past decades, various qEEG methods have been extensively studied. This article ...
  • Schmid-Schönbein Geert W. (Annual Reviews, 2006-08-01)
    Abstract In the past, inflammation has been associated with infections and with the immune system. But more recent evidence suggests that a much broader range of diseases have telltale markers for inflammation. Inflammation ...
  • Li Song; Guan Jun-Lin; Chien Shu (Annual Reviews, 2005-08-01)
    ▪ Abstract  Cell motility is an essential cellular process for a variety of biological events. The process of cell migration requires the integration and coordination of complex biochemical and biomechanical signals. The ...
  • Asthagiri Anand R.; Lauffenburger Douglas A. (Annual Reviews, 2000-08-01)
    ▪ Abstract  Strategies for rationally manipulating cell behavior in cell-based technologies and molecular therapeutics and understanding effects of environmental agents on physiological systems may be derived from a ...
  • Edwards David A.; Dunbar Craig (Annual Reviews, 2002-08-01)
    ▪ Abstract  The new field of therapeutic aerosol bioengineering (TAB), driven primarily by the medical need for inhaled insulin, is now expanding to address medical needs ranging from respiratory to systemic diseases, ...
  • Bayford R.H. (Annual Reviews, 2006-08-01)
    Abstract Electrical impedance tomography (EIT) is a relatively new imaging method that has evolved over the past 20 years. It has the potential to be of great value in clinical diagnosis; however, EIT is a technically ...
  • Ratner Buddy D.; Bryant Stephanie J. (Annual Reviews, 2004-08-01)
    ▪ Abstract  Since its inception just over a half century ago, the field of biomaterials has seen a consistent growth with a steady introduction of new ideas and productive branches. This review describes where we have been, ...
  • Robling Alexander G.; Castillo Alesha B.; Turner Charles H. (Annual Reviews, 2006-08-01)
    Abstract Bone is a dynamic tissue that is constantly renewed. The cell populations that participate in this process—the osteoblasts and osteoclasts—are derived from different progenitor pools that are under distinct molecular ...
  • Kassab Ghassan S.; Navia José A. (Annual Reviews, 2006-08-01)
    Abstract Since its inception in the 1960s, coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) evolved as one of the most common, best documented, and most effective of all major surgical treatments for ischemic heart disease. Despite its ...
  • Axel Leon (Annual Reviews, 2002-08-01)
    ▪ Abstract  Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) provides a noninvasive way to evaluate the biomechanical dynamics of the heart. MRI can provide spatially registered tomographic images of the heart in different phases of the ...
  • Taber Larry A. (Annual Reviews, 2001-08-01)
    ▪ Abstract  It long has been known that mechanical forces play a role in the development of the cardiovascular system, but only recently have biomechanical engineers begun to explore this field. This paper reviews some of ...
  • Schmid-Schönbein Geert W. (Annual Reviews, 1999-08-01)
    ▪ Abstract  The microcirculation represents a region of the circulation in which blood vessels are directly surrounded by the tissue and cells to which they supply nutrients and from which they collect metabolites. The ...
  • Keaveny Tony M.; Morgan Elise F.; Niebur Glen L.; Yeh Oscar C. (Annual Reviews, 2001-08-01)
    ▪ Abstract  Trabecular bone is a complex material with substantial heterogeneity. Its elastic and strength properties vary widely across anatomic sites, and with aging and disease. Although these properties depend very ...
  • Budinger Thomas F. (Annual Reviews, 2003-08-01)
    ▪ Abstract  Wireless biomonitoring, first used in human beings for fetal heart-rate monitoring more than 30 years ago, has now become a technology for remote sensing of patients' activity, blood pulse pressure, oxygen ...
  • Lee Raphael C.; Zhang Dajun; Hannig Jurgen (Annual Reviews, 2000-08-01)
    ▪ Abstract  Electrical shock trauma tends to produce a very complex pattern of injury, mainly because of the multiple modes of frequency-dependent tissue-field interactions. Historically, Joule heating was thought to be ...
  • Nielsen Lars Keld (Annual Reviews, 1999-08-01)
    ▪ Abstract  Hematopoietic cell culture, or ex vivo expansion of hematopoietic cells, is an enabling technology with many potential applications in bone-marrow transplantation, immunotherapy, gene therapy, and the production ...