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Adding Value to Fruit Wastes

  • 1st Edition
  • June 28, 2024
  • Sneh Punia Bangar + 1 more
  • English
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Adding Value to Fruit Wastes: Extraction, Properties, and Industrial Applications provides the latest technologies used in fruit waste to extract, isolate, and characterize functional, active compounds and their diversified pharmacological, food, agricultural, and industrial applications. Divided in three sections, the book explores emerging technologies for the extraction of functional components, discusses value-added components, and works as a guide to its applications. The book also covers fruit wastes for extracting starch to provide more cereal crops available as food, besides supporting the efficient utilization of fruit wastes to bring opportunities for extraction of functional components in a sustainable manner for food applications.Written by a team of experts in the field, this book provides technicians, researchers, food technology experts, food industry personnel, and academia with value addition to the fruit waste and a lot more opportunities for extraction of functional components in a sustainable manner for food applications.

Pathogenic Viruses and Armamentarium Design

  • 1st Edition
  • June 28, 2024
  • Awanish Kumar + 1 more
  • English
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Pathogenic Viruses and Armamentarium Design covers the latest developments in viral target elucidation and viral control using wet and dry lab strategies. The control and combat strategies and their implementation compiled in this book are invaluable in aiding the understanding of viral disease progression and for designing new strategies against existing and evolving viruses.This important resource is a comprehensive compilation of antiviral approaches designed and devised using computational and other laboratory techniques. This book is a useful reference for scientists, researchers, industry professionals, advanced students, and postgraduates in virology, biotechnology, infection biology, biochemistry, and pharmaceutical sciences who engaged in the study of pathogenic virus and the development of prophylactics and therapeutics against viral infection.

Biochar Production for Green Economy

  • 1st Edition
  • June 28, 2024
  • Shiv Vendra Singh + 4 more
  • English
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Biochar Production for Green Economy: Agricultural and Environmental Perspectives addresses the advancements and developments for the efficient diversification of biochar toward achieving improved agricultural and environmental benefits.  This comprehensive and cohesive volume is the first to address the potential multi-and transdisciplinary opportunities of effective biochar production and use. Including the potential applicability of not only crop waste biochar but weeds, agroforestry, agroindustry, municipal waste, as well chapters explore surface modified, enriched or tailored biochar for soil amendment, GHGs mitigation, bioremediation of organic, inorganic, metals and other emerging pollutants, as well as soil remediation. It also covers the trending multidisciplinary approaches of nanotechnology, surface chemistry and thermal decomposition advancements being adopted for capacity enhancement and versatile applicability in the field of agriculture, environment science and green energy synthesis. Composition and characteristics of tailored biochar, their interactions, and transformation into the soil and water ecosystem are illustrated. This book is a valuable resource for those pursuing biochar related areas as well as those seeking environmentally sustainable solutions to crop, soil or water issues.

Future Food Systems

  • 1st Edition
  • June 28, 2024
  • Rickey Y. Yada + 3 more
  • English
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Future Food Systems: Exploring Global Production, Processing, Distribution and Consumption provides an overview of food systems, from farming through to logistics, processing, retail, service and consumption, with the intention of enabling more efficient development of policy and implementation of food related practices. The book presents the considerations which must be understood to develop effective and efficient policies and practices for any level of food system and along the continuum of those systems, with attention being given to the academic, public and private sector challenges, and opportunities for progress, efficiency, effectiveness, and sustainability.Presented in parts to highlight key aspects of the subject area, the book explores production practices including increasingly important programs in integrated farming systems, vertical agriculture and urban farming, processes, value adding for commodities, agricultural technology, supply chain innovations and consumer considerations. The book provides foundational insights into the underpinnings of today’s food systems, its challenges and its opportunities for the future.

Biochemical and Molecular Pharmacology in Drug Discovery

  • 1st Edition
  • June 28, 2024
  • William Chi Shing Cho + 2 more
  • English
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Biochemical and Molecular Pharmacology in Drug Discovery comprises fundamental biochemical and molecular aspects of drug discovery and basic understanding of modern drug discovery approaches, along with certain key topics related to molecular pharmacology of drugs and therapeutics. The book explains the phenomena of drug-target interactions, considering different biochemical systems and cellular strategies. With the advent of technologies, current advances, and research trends move toward molecular and/or target-based drug design and discovery. Through this book, readers will gain skills and knowledge with a thorough understanding of the subject of biochemical and molecular pharmacology in a comprehensive and systematic manner.Molecular pharmacology has gained significant momentum among researchers, scientists, and academicians because of its increasing interest in drug discovery research across the globe. Molecular pharmacology involves a fundamental understanding of drug actions at the molecular level with the help of several tools and techniques of biochemical and molecular biology.

Management, Body Systems, and Case Studies in COVID-19

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  • June 28, 2024
  • Rajkumar Rajendram + 3 more
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Management, Body Systems, and Case Studies in COVID-19 describes the assessment and treatment of patients infected with the novel coronavirus that causes the varied symptoms of COVID-19. Detailing this multisystem disease and the organs and tissues affected, this volume features chapters on several body systems. Conditions affecting the respiratory, hematological, hepatobiliary, renal, gastrointestinal, nervous, musculoskeletal, and cardiovascular systems are addressed. The fundamental role of telemedicine during the pandemic is also discussed. This volume is relevant for all clinicians and scientists working to ensure the best outcomes for patients with COVID-19.

Atlas of Hematopathology with 100 Case Studies

  • 1st Edition
  • June 28, 2024
  • Faramarz Naeim + 2 more
  • English
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Atlas of Hematopathology with 100 Case Studies is a practical guide useful for pathologists and hematologists, residents and fellows, laboratory directors, researchers, and students in the field of hematology, cytogenetic, and molecular pathology. The book offers important information to practicing physicians and those in pathology and hematology training to improve their diagnostic skills. It covers the most important aspects of hematopathology, including classifications, clinical symptoms, hematopathologic features, diagnostic criteria, differential diagnosis, and the use and importance of ancillary testing, such as immunohistochemistry, flow cytometry, and cytogenetics.

Chemometrics

  • 1st Edition
  • June 28, 2024
  • Fabiano André Narciso Fernandes + 2 more
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Chemometrics: Data Treatment and Applications demonstrates best practices for treating real-world analytical instrument data and how to apply chemometrics to this data. Rather than focusing on the mathematical theory involved in chemometrics, the book is meant for the industrial chemist, academics, and advanced students that want to use chemometrics in practice. Case studies on several applications are presented. Unlike existing literature, this book focuses on best practices, practical realities, and challenges when treating data, rather than on the mathematical theory. It also provides basic information on chemometrics and the best practices used to treat data from different analytical instruments.The book is written primarily for analytic chemists as practitioners in analytical laboratories and other industries. It will also be useful to academics and graduate, masters and postdoc students chiefly working in analytical chemistry who want to improve the practical aspects of their research activities.

Planning, Writing and Reviewing Medical Device Clinical and Performance Evaluation Reports (CERs/PERs)

  • 1st Edition
  • June 28, 2024
  • Joy Frestedt
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A Practical Guide to Planning, Writing, and Reviewing Medical Device Clinical Evaluation Reports guides readers through clinical data evaluation of medical devices that is in compliance with the EU MDR requirements and other similar regulatory requirements throughout the world. This book brings together knowledge learned as the author constructed hundreds of CERs and taught thousands of learners on how to conduct clinical data evaluations. This book will support training for clinical engineers, clinical evaluation scientists, and experts reviewing medical device CERs, and will help individual writers, teams and companies to develop stronger, more robust CERs.

Immune Landscape of Pancreatic Cancer Development and Drug Resistance

  • 1st Edition
  • Volume 5
  • June 28, 2024
  • Batoul Farran + 1 more
  • English
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Immune Landscape of Pancreatic Cancer Development and Drug Resistance explores advances in immune-based therapies aimed at harnessing the power of the immune system against pancreatic cancer and rewiring tumor microenvironments to eradicate pancreatic cells. With a strong focus on the development of therapeutic methods to improve the survival rates of pancreatic cancer, this book also shows the latest trends in immune targeted approaches for pancreatic cancer treatment. In 12 chapters, the book discusses our current understanding of PC development and its various mutational and immune features and explore some of the new immune-based therapies aimed at targeting pancreatic cancer. This book is a valuable resource for health professionals, scientists and researchers, students, and all those who wish to broaden their knowledge of advances in immunotherapy in pancreatic cancer.