DESCRIPTION:Current Topics in Membranes provides a systematic, comprehensive, and rigorous approach to specific topics relevant to the study of cellular membranes. Each volume is a guest edited compendium of membrane biology. Articles in this volume discuss ion transport;ocular aquaporins and aqueous humor dynamics;the role of Ggap junction channels in the ciliary body secretory epithelium; regional dependence of inflow; functional modulators linking Iinflow with outflow of aqueous humor; aqueous humor outflow resistance; aqueous humor dynamics; the effects of circulatory events on aqueous humor inflow and intraocular pressure; retinal ganglion cells and glaucoma; what functional genomics is teaching us about intraocular pressure regulation and glaucoma;molecular approaches to glaucoma; outflow signaling mechanisms and new therapeutic strategies for the control of intraocular pressure.*Guest edited by cell membrane experts*Dynamic and thorough coverage of all aspects of the aqueous humor from inflow to outflow*Provides the latest teachings on genomics and glaucoma*Highlights new therapeutic strategies for the control of intraocular pressure
The monograph "Current topics in electrical and electronics engineering science" focused on some of the interesting topics on electrical and electronics engineering science including nano technology. First chapter on Compressive sensing. Second chapter deals with Reconstruction of signals. Third chapter is based on Regulation of voltage source inverter for adjustable speed drive.Fourth and fifth chapter based on nanotechnology.
Welcome to Current Topics in Biotechnology and Microbiology. This book provides the basics as well as new ideas in Biotechnology and Microbiology in a narrative and lucid style. The modern techniques employed in Nano-biotechnology, Genetic Engineering, Biotechnology and Microbiology are discussed in a comprehensive manner which will update the readers of Biotechnology and Microbiology field. This book is aimed to develop scientific and research skill along with the basic knowledge in the undergraduate and postgraduate students.