Metabolic Influences on Risk for Tendon Disorders

Metabolic Influences on Risk for Tendon Disorders

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This book will be of considerable interest to students, practitioners (Doctors, Physiotherapists, and other health care professionals), and researchers who deal with the complex structure of tendons and the need to effectively address tendon disorders. The book is divided into three sections: (1) Basic Biology and Biochemical Markers; (2) Metabolic Disorders; and (3) Novel Therapies. The first section, devoted to the basic biology of tendons, is aimed at those individuals who want to gain basic information on tendons and the subsection on biochemical markers is chiefly aimed at researchers who are developing new studies within this field. The section on metabolic disorders is mainly directed at practitioners who desire to know how metabolic disorders can affect tendons in order to optimize treatment for their patients. Finally, the section on novel therapies is focused on some new treatment options within this field, and discussions regarding how management of tendon disorders needs to incorporate perspectives on current understanding of tendon metabolism.Promotes survival via BCL2 Proliferation aamp; Repair EREG 5.1 Epiregulin. ... 2.7 BMP antagonist CD47 2.3 Cell adhesion signaling molecule COL17A1 2.2 Hemidesmosome component RNA was collected and analyzed by Agilent RNA array.


Title:Metabolic Influences on Risk for Tendon Disorders
Author: Paul W. Ackermann, David Hart
Publisher:Springer - 2016-08-17
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