7 edition of Oral-based diagnostics found in the catalog.
2007 by Published by Blackwell Pub. on behalf of the New York Academy of Sciences in Boston, Mass .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Daniel Malamud and R. Sam Niedbala|
|Series||Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences -- v. 1098|
|Contributions||Malamud, Daniel, Niedbala, R. Sam, New York Academy of Sciences|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 519 p. :|
|Number of Pages||519|
|LC Control Number||2006102099|
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Unavailability of a standardized diagnostic terminology for dental EHR—and even after such became available (Kalenderian, Halamka, & Spallek, ), the slow uptake—forcing dentists to use procedure codes to record the treatment process, and the absence of direct link to medical EHR have further restricted the use of big data in oral by: 1.
Fig. Peaks of the fluorescence spectra as a function of time for QD Yellow in artificial saliva at pH (a) and (b) (λe = nm). The inset shows the fluorescence spectra as a function of time for QD Yellow embedded in saliva at pH (Table 1, λe = nm).
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Saliva offers many advantages for point-of-care (PoC) diagnostic applications due to non-invasive, easy, and cost-effective methods of collection. However, the complex matrix with its non-Newtonian behavior and high viscosity poses handling challenges.
Several tedious and long pre-analytic steps, incompatible with PoC use, are required to liquefy and homogenize saliva samples before protein Author: Benita Johannsen, Lara Müller, Desirée Baumgartner, Lena Karkossa, Susanna M.
Früh, Nagihan Bostanci. Salivary cotinine and thiocyanate contents are also commonly used for documenting tobacco use and second-hand smoke exposure. A summary of current and potential saliva/oral fluid diagnostics is listed in Table 2. The future application of saliva/oral fluid diagnostics for medical use, epidemiological studies, Cited by: Oral-based diagnostics ha ve the potential to detect systemic disease and e vidence of e xposure to v arious harmful substances, as well as provide biomarkers of health and disease status.
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We describe here the development of a multiplexed microsphere-based antibody array capable of simultaneously measuring 10 inflammatory protein mediators. Cytokine-capture microspheres were fabricated by covalently coupling monoclonal antibodies specific for cytokines of Cited by: Die Mieter by Malamud: and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Daniel Malamud specializes in the development of anti-HIV agents and oral-based diagnostics.
Current studies focus on a point-of-care microfluidic cassette that can detect multiple analytes present in bacterial and viral pathogens. Oral-based diagnostics / edited by Daniel Malamud and R.
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Pages: Number of pages: ISBN (Print)Cited by: Oral-based Diagnostics Oral diseases and beyond In October the New York Academy of Sciences organised a conference in Atlanta on Oralbased Diagnostics dealing with the diagnostic potential of saliva and its constituents Although blood is still the gold standard for diagnostics of diseases and drugs oral diagnostics has the same and may be an.
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