سال انتشار: 2020
تعداد صفحات: 1125
زبان فایل: انگلیسی
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Bridging the gap between basic scientific advances and the understanding of liver disease ― the extensively revised new edition of the premier text in the field.
The latest edition of The Liver: Biology and Pathobiology remains a definitive volume in the field of hepatology, relating advances in biomedical sciences and engineering to understanding of liver structure, function, and disease pathology and treatment. Contributions from leading researchers examine the cell biology of the liver, the pathobiology of liver disease, the liver’s growth, regeneration, metabolic functions, and more.
Now in its sixth edition, this classic text has been exhaustively revised to reflect new discoveries in biology and their influence on diagnosing, managing, and preventing liver disease. Seventy new chapters ― including substantial original sections on liver cancer and groundbreaking advances that will have significant impact on hepatology ― provide comprehensive, fully up-to-date coverage of both the current state and future direction of hepatology. Topics include liver RNA structure and function, gene editing, single-cell and single-molecule genomic analyses, the molecular biology of hepatitis, drug interactions and engineered drug design, and liver disease mechanisms and therapies. Edited by globally-recognized experts in the field, this authoritative volume:
- Relates molecular physiology to understanding disease pathology and treatment
- Links the science and pathology of the liver to practical clinical applications
- Features 16 new “Horizons” chapters that explore new and emerging science and technology
- Includes plentiful full-color illustrations and figures
The Liver: Biology and Pathobiology, Sixth Edition is an indispensable resource for practicing and trainee hepatologists, gastroenterologists, hepatobiliary and liver transplant surgeons, and researchers and scientists in areas including hepatology, cell and molecular biology, virology, and drug metabolism