Fundamentals of Osteoporosis by Robert Marcus

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Fundamentals of Osteoporosis offers a concise yet comprehensive source of all the latest basic research related to osteoporosis in one reference work. Experts from all areas of osteoporosis research expose readers to genomic and proteomic analysis, histopathology and imaging, as well cellular and molecular mechanisms relevant to assay development and drug discovery.



Presents a concise yet comprehensive source of all the latest basic research related to osteoporosis in one reference work

Experts from all areas of osteoporosis research expose readers to genomic and proteomic analysis, histopathology and imaging, as well cellular and molecular mechanisms relevant to assay development and drug discovery

Clear, concise presentations by bone biologists of the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying osteoporosis

 

About Robert Marcus

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Robert Marcus is a Consultant Haematologist at Addenbrooke's NHS Foundation Trust, Cambridge. David Feldman teaches history at Birkbeck, University of London, where he is director of the Pears Institute for the Study of Anti-Semitism. He has written on Jewish history as well as on the history of migration, immigration and emigration in early modern and modern Britain. He is the author of Englishmen and Jews: Social Relations and Political Culture, 1840 1914 (1994) and most recently (together with Leo Lucassen and Jochen Oltmer) he edited Paths of Integration: Migrants in Western Europe, 1880 2004 (2006). He is currently writing a book on immigration and public policy in Britain since 1600. Nelson was born in Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland and now lives in Dun Laoghaire. Rosen is affiliated with the Maine Center for Osteoporosis Research & Education.
 
Published September 24, 2009 by Academic Press. 552 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Nature & Wildlife, Professional & Technical, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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