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    Acute Phase Proteins as Early Non-Specific Biomarkers of Human and Veterinary Diseases

    Edited by: Francisco Veas









    ISBN: 978-953-307-873-1.
    Formate:PDF.
    Pages:408 pages.
    Publisher:InTech.
    Publication date:October 2011
    Size:17MB


    The two volumes of Acute Phase Proteins book consist of chapters that give a large panel of fundamental and applied knowledge on one of the major elements of the inflammatory process during the acute phase response, i.e., the acute phase proteins expression and functions that regulate homeostasis. We have organized this book in two volumes - the first volume, mainly containing chapters on structure, biology and functions of APP, the second volume discussing different uses of APP as diagnostic tools in human and veterinary medicine.




    Table of Contents

    Preface IX

    Chapter 1 Acute Phase Proteins as Cancer Biomarkers 1

    Chapter 2 Apolipoprotein H, an Acute Phase Protein, a Performing Tool for Ultra-Sensitive Detection and Isolation of Microorganisms from Different Origins 21

    Chapter 3 Diagnostic Value of Acute Phase Proteins in Periodontal, Psychosomatic and Cardiometabolic Diseases: Response to Treatment 43

    Chapter 4 Salivary Acute Phase Proteins as Biomarker in Oral and Systemic Disease 69

    Chapter 5 Acute Phase Proteinís Levels as Potential Biomarkers for Early Diagnosis of Neurodegenerative Diseases 89

    Chapter 6 The Role of the Acute-Phase Proteins in the Development and Progression of Liver Diseases 107

    Chapter 7 Acute Phase Proteins as Biomarkers of Disease:From Bench to Clinical Practice 127

    Chapter 8 The Acute Phase Protein Complement 1 Inhibitor is an Indicator of Arterial Stiffness 175

    Chapter 9 Veterinary Biomarker Discovery:Proteomic Analysis of Acute Phase Proteins 189

    Chapter 10 Acute Phase Proteins in Dairy Cows and Sows During the Periparturient Period 211

    Chapter 11 Acute Phase Proteins as Markers of Diseases in Farm Animals 231

    Chapter 12 Acute Phase Proteins as Biomarkers in Animal Health and Welfare 259

    Chapter 13 Application of Acute Phase Proteins for Monitoring Inflammatory States in Cattle 299

    Chapter 14 Inflammatory Response and Acute Phase Proteins in the Transition Period of High-Yielding Dairy Cows 355

    Chapter 15 Acute Phase Proteins in Cattle 381




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