Microscopic Anatomy of the Rat and Mouse provides atlas images with accompanying descriptions of normal, healthy rodent tissues. This publication includes comparisons of tissues for best analysis, foundational information on microanatomy, and histological techniques used for best practices. A needed resource for researchers studying rodents, Microscopic Anatomy of the Rat and Mouse fills the gap in literature for healthy rodent tissues content and images. Offers one place to find atlas images and accompanying description of normal healthy rodent tissues Provides comparisons of tissues for best analysis Includes why certain histological techniques are used in research Covers in detail what histological techniques show
Approximately ten years have elapsed since the second volume of the International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI) Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals, Respiratory System, was first completed. New in formation of interest to pathologists has developed at a rather remark able pace during these years. Exceptional progress has been made in the routine identification of enzymes and cell products in respiratory cells. A better understanding has developed on the functions of cells of the respiratory tract and of the mechanisms involved in cell metabolism, particularly those involving toxins and carcinogens. Clear concepts have developed concerning the significance of pathologic lesions, particularly in the upper respiratory tract and their relation to human health and risk assessment. Standardized nomenclature has developed significantly dur ing the lO-year period since the first edition and is being utilized on an international basis. This has resulted in significant improvement in com munication of pathologic data to regulatory agencies and in scientific publications worldwide. This monograph series and others sponsored by ILSI have had significant effects on these improved communications and the international acceptance of standardized nomenclature. In this sec ond edition, new formats have been used where more appropriate for the subjects to be covered.
This book's tenth edition provides comprehensive, yet concise coverage of embryology and histology for dental hygiene and dental assisting professions. The text begins with the basics of general histology, progresses through the development of the human embryo and fetus, and concludes with a focus on the development of the face and oral cavity. New to this edition are: numerous illustrations depicting embryonic development and oral microscopic anatomy; clinical aspects of tissues to help students apply fundamental principles; and suggested readings to help students find additional resources. A new chapter regarding salivary glands includes information about remineralization, demineralization, fluoride, bacterial diseases, and HIV.
The author, R.V. Krstic, is well-known internationally for his excellent histological drawings. This atlas is an excellent supplement to conventional histology textbooks, for students, teachers and professionals alike.
|Author||: Arthur Hill Hassall|
|Release Date||: 1855|
|Pages||: 329 pages|
Comparative Anatomy and Histology: A Mouse and Human Atlas is aimed at the new mouse investigator as well as medical and veterinary pathologists who need to expand their knowledge base into comparative anatomy and histology. It guides the reader through normal mouse anatomy and histology using direct comparison to the human. The side by side comparison of mouse and human tissues highlight the unique biology of the mouse, which has great impact on the validation of mouse models of human disease. Print + Electronic product - E-book available on Elsevier's Expert Consult platform- through a scratch-off pin code inside the print book, customers will be able to access the full text online, perform quick searches, and download images at expertconsult.com Offers the first comprehensive source for comparing human and mouse anatomy and histology through over 600 full-color images, in one reference work Experts from both human and veterinary fields take readers through each organ system in a side-by-side comparative approach to anatomy and histology - human Netter anatomy images along with Netter-style mouse images Enables human and veterinary pathologists to examine tissue samples with greater accuracy and confidence Teaches biomedical researchers to examine the histologic changes in their mutant mice
|Author||: Jerry L. Smith|
|Release Date||: 1960|
|Pages||: 160 pages|
The second edition of Comparative Anatomy and Histology is aimed at the new rodent investigator as well as medical and veterinary pathologists who need to expand their knowledge base into comparative anatomy and histology. It guides the reader through normal mouse and rat anatomy and histology using direct comparison to the human. The side by side comparison of mouse, rat, and human tissues highlight the unique biology of the rodents, which has great impact on the validation of rodent models of human disease. Offers the only comprehensive source for comparing mouse, rat, and human anatomy and histology through over 1500 full-color images, in one reference work Enables human and veterinary pathologists to examine tissue samples with greater accuracy and confidence Teaches biomedical researchers to examine the histologic changes in their model rodents Experts from both human and veterinary fields take readers through each organ system in a side-by-side comparative approach to anatomy and histology - human Netter anatomy images along with Netter-style rodent images
|Author||: Robert Arthur Holmes|
|Release Date||: 1960|
|Pages||: 152 pages|
(8E 1988) Deals w/tooth development/dentin/tooth pulp/ cementum/periodontal ligament/gingiva/tooth eruption/etc.
|Author||: Alfreda W. Johnson|
|Release Date||: 1951|
|Pages||: 128 pages|
|Author||: Cledith Aten Miller|
|Release Date||: 1966|
|Pages||: 146 pages|
The International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI) was estab lished in 1978 to stimulate and support scientific research and educational programs related to nutrition, toxicology, and food safety, and to encourage cooperation in these programs among scientists in universities, industry, and government agencies to assist in the resolution of health and safety issues. To supplement and enhance these efforts, ILSI has made a major commitment to supporting programs to harmon ize toxicologic testing, to advance a more uniform inter pretation of bioassay results worldwide, to promote a common understanding of lesion classifications, and to encourage wide discussion of these topics among scien tists. The Monographs on the Pathology of Laboratory Ani mals are designed to facilitate communication among those involved in the safety testing of foods, drugs, and chemicals. The complete set will cover all organ systems and is intended for use by pathologists, toxicologists, and others concerned with evaluating toxicity and carcinogen icity studies. The international nature of the project - as reflected in the composition of the editorial board and the diversity of the authors and editors - strengthens our ex pectations that understanding and cooperation will be im proved worldwide through the series. Alex Malaspina President International Life Sciences Institute Preface This book, on the hemopoietic system, is the eighth volume of a set prepared under the sponsorship of the International Life Sciences In stitute (ILSI).
Carcinogens, like chemicals with other toxic hazards, often produce adverse effects only in specific organs or tissues. The factors determining whether a chemical induces cancer in an organ range from simple toxicokinetics to complex phenomena such as expression or lack of expression of specific genes.; This volume examines the site-specific factor