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Toxicogenomics: Principles and Applications

ISBN/ASIN: 9780471434177,9780471669043 | English | pdf | 368/368 pages | 2.75 Mb

Content:
Chapter 1 General Toxicology (pages 1–43): Ronald C. Shank
Chapter 2 A Short Introduction to the Expression Profile Toolbox (pages 45–53): Jeffrey F. Waring, Xudong Dai, Yudong He, Pek Yee Lum, Christopher J. Roberts and Roger Ulrich
Chapter 3 Microarray Manufacture (pages 55–80): Emile F. Nuwaysir
Chapter 4 Scanners (pages 81–95): Charles J. Tucker
Chapter 5 Databases for Toxicogenomics (pages 97–113): Pierre R. Bushel
Chapter 6 Statistics for Toxicogenomics (pages 115–145): Thomas J. Downey
Chapter 7 Real?Time and Quantitative PCR (pages 147–163): Jeanelle M. Martinez and Nigel J. Walker
Chapter 8 Confounding Variables and Data Interpretation (pages 165–193): Kevin T. Morgan, Gary A. Boorman, H. Roger Brown, Zaid Jayyosi and Lynn M. Crosby
Chapter 9 Introduction to Relationships between Toxicology and Gene Expression (pages 195–214): Hisham K. Hamadeh and Robert T. Dunn
Chapter 10 The Use of a Compendium of Expression Profiles for Mechanism of Toxicity Predictions (pages 215–233): Jeffrey F. Waring, Xudong Dai, Yudong He, Pek Yee Lum, Christopher J. Roberts and Roger Ulrich
Chapter 11 Using Genetically Altered Mice in Toxicogenomic Analysis of Chemical Exposure (pages 235–261): J. Christopher Corton and Steven P. Anderson
Chapter 12 Introduction to High?Throughput Protein Expression (pages 263–281): B. Alex Merrick
Chapter 13 Analytical Proteomics Approaches to Analysis of Protein Modifications: Tools for Studying Proteome?Environment Interactions (pages 283–297): Daniel C. Liebler
Chapter 14 Introduction to Metabolomics and Metabolic Profiling (pages 299–340): Robert E. London and David R. Houck
Chapter 15 Toxicogenomics Resources (pages 341–350): Hisham K. Hamadeh and Rupesh P. Amin

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