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Annual review of biomedical engineering; v.12, 2010.


Annual review of biomedical engineering; v.12, 2010.

Ed. by Martin L. Yarmush et al.

Annual Reviews


448 pages




A nonprofit publisher devoted to advancing science, Annual Reviews has been providing summaries of various disciplines since 1932 and now produces 40 volumes each year. Among the 16 topics of this year's review of biomedical engineering are the biomechanics of pressure ulcer in body tissues interacting with external forces during locomotion, mesenchymal stem cells as therapeutics, protein engineering in the development of functional hydrogels, mechanisms of defibrillation, microscopic imaging and spectroscopy with scattered light, characterizing biological processes through automated image analysis, sickle cell biomechanics, and muscle and joint function in human locomotion. Also available to institutions at the price of $197.00.

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Date:Dec 1, 2010
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