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Natural Products Isolation

Author : Richard J. P. Cannell
ISBN : 9780896033627
Genre : Science
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Natural Products Isolation provides a comprehensive introduction to techniques for the extraction and purification of natural products from all biological sources. Geared to scientists with little experience of natural products extraction, but offering even skilled researchers valuable advice and insight, Natural Products Isolation lays the foundation for the potential extractor to isolate natural substances efficiently. Its methods and guidance will almost certainly play a major role in today's natural product discovery and development.
Category: Science

Natural Products Isolation

Author : Satyajit D. Sarker
ISBN : 9781592599554
Genre : Medical
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Natural Products Isolation: Second Edition presents a practical overview of just how natural products can be extracted, prepared, and isolated from the source material. Maintaining the main theme and philosophy of the first edition, this second edition incorporates all the new significant developments in this field of research. The chapters are divided into four distinct sections: introduction, extraction, chromatography, and special topics. This second edition provides substantial backround information for natural product researchers and will prove a useful reference guide to all of the available techniques.
Category: Medical

The Cinema Of Isolation

Author : Martin F. Norden
ISBN : 0813521041
Genre : Performing Arts
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Filmmakers have often encouraged us to regard people with physical disabilities in terms of pity, awe, humor, or fearas "Others" who somehow deserve to be isolated from the rest of society. In this first history of the portrayal of physical disability in the movies, Martin Norden examines hundreds of Hollywood movies (and notable international ones), finds their place within mainstream society, and uncovers the movie industry's practices for maintaining the status quokeeping people with disabilities dependent and "in their place." Norden offers a dazzling array of physically disabled characters who embody or break out of the stereotypes that have both influenced and been symptomatic of societys fluctuating relationship with its physically disabled minority. He shows us "sweet innocents" like Tiny Tim, "obsessive avengers" like Quasimodo, variations on the disabled veteran, and many others. He observes the arrival of a new set of stereotypes tied to the growth of science and technology in the 1970s and 1980s, and underscores movies like My Left Foot and The Waterdance that display a newfound sensitivity. Nordens in-depth knowledge of disability history makes for a particularly intelligent and sensitive approach to this long-overlooked issue in media studies.
Category: Performing Arts

Isolation

Author : Alison Bashford
ISBN : 9780203405222
Genre : History
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This book examines the coercive and legally sanctioned strategies of exclusion and segregation undertaken over the last two centuries in a wide range of contexts. The political and cultural history of this period raises a number of questions about coercive exclusion. The essays in this collection examine why isolation has been such a persistent strategy in liberal and non-liberal nations, in colonial and post-colonial states and why practices of exclusion proliferated over the modern period, precisely when legal and political concepts of 'freedom' were invented. In addition to offering new perspectives on the continuum of medico-penal sites of isolation from the asylum to the penitentiary, Isolation looks at less well-known sites, from leper villages to refugee camps to Native reserves.
Category: History

Isolation And Purification Of Proteins

Author : Rajni Hatti-Kaul
ISBN : 0203911687
Genre : Science
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This publication details the isolation of proteins from biological materials, techniques for solid-liquid separation, concentration, crystallization, chromatography, scale-up, process monitoring, product formulation, and regulatory and commercial considerations in protein production. The authors discuss the release of protein from a biological host, selectivity in affinity chromatography, precipitation of proteins (both non-specific and specific), extraction for rapid protein isolation, adsorption as an initial step for the capture of proteins, scale-up and commercial production of recombinant proteins, and process monitoring in downstream processing.
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Belonging And Isolation In The Hellenistic World

Author : Sheila L. Ager
ISBN : 9781442644229
Genre : History
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The Hellenistic period was a time of unprecedented cultural exchange. In the wake of Alexander's conquests, Greeks and Macedonians began to encounter new peoples, new ideas, and new ways of life; consequently, this era is generally considered to have been one of unmatched cosmopolitanism. For many individuals, however, the broadening of horizons brought with it an identity crisis and a sense of being adrift in a world that had undergone a radical structural change. Belonging and Isolation in the Hellenistic World presents essays by leading international scholars who consider how the cosmopolitanism of the Hellenistic age also brought about tensions between individuals and communities, and between the small local community and the mega-community of oikoumene, or 'the inhabited earth.' With a range of social, artistic, economic, political, and literary perspectives, the contributors provide a lively exploration of the tensions and opportunities of life in the Hellenistic Mediterranean.
Category: History

The Conversion Of Senator Arthur H Vandenberg

Author : Lawrence S. Kaplan
ISBN : 9780813160603
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The United States has looked inward throughout most of its history, preferring to avoid "foreign entanglements," as George Washington famously advised. After World War II, however, Americans became more inclined to break with the past and take a prominent place on the world stage. Much has been written about the influential figures who stood at the center of this transformation, but remarkably little attention has been paid to Arthur H. Vandenberg (1884--1951), who played a crucial role in moving the nation from its isolationist past to an internationalist future. Vandenberg served as a U.S. senator from Michigan from 1928 to 1951 and was known in his early career for his fervent anti-interventionism. After 1945, he became heavily involved in the establishment of the United Nations and was a key player in the development of NATO. As chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee during 1947 and 1948, Vandenberg helped rally support for President Truman's foreign policy -- including the Marshall Plan -- and his leadership contributed to a short-lived era of congressional bipartisanship regarding international relations. In The Conversion of Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg, Lawrence S. Kaplan offers the first critical biography of the distinguished statesman. He demonstrates how Vandenberg's story provides a window on the political and cultural changes taking place in America as the country assumed a radically different role in the world, and makes a seminal contribution to the history of U.S. foreign policy during the initial years of the Cold War.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Connect

Author : Jonathan McKee
ISBN : 9780310287773
Genre : Religion
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With all their social networks and virtual communities, you'd think your students are well connected. But they're still feeling alone and isolated. This book provides practical tools to help you engage students in meaningful, one-on-one dialogue to impact their lives beyond the youth room and into adulthood.
Category: Religion

Infection Control In Home Care

Author : Emily Rhinehart
ISBN : 0834211432
Genre : Medical
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Provides information to home care and hospice organizations for the prevention, control, and surveillance of infection. Thirteen chapters cover topics including infection control as a health care discipline; the infectious disease process; patient care practices; infection control in home infusion t
Category: Medical

Isolation Of Results

Author : Jack J. Phillips
ISBN : 9780787987190
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book addresses the most critical challenge facing evaluators: isolating the effects of the solution from other influences. The techniques are presented beginning with the most credible, rigorous approaches and moving to the more subjective approaches. The weakest technique (which is using estimates) is made as credible as possible. Consequently, almost 20% of the book is devoted to using estimates, including clear and proven steps for increasing the reliability and validity of the estimation process.
Category: Business & Economics