Septic shock methods and protocols / edited by Thomas J. Evans.

Contributor(s): Evans, Thomas J, 1959-
Material type: TextTextSeries: Methods in molecular medicine: 36.Publisher: Totowa, N.J. : Humana Press, ©2000Description: 1 online resource (x, 208 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781592592166; 1592592163; 0896037304; 9780896037304; 0585355665; 9780585355665; 1280830239; 9781280830235; 9786610830237; 6610830231Subject(s): Septic shock -- Research -- Methodology | Endotoxins -- Research -- Methodology | Cytokines -- Research -- Methodology | Sepsis | Investigative Techniques | Bacterial Toxins | Free Radicals | Nitrogen Oxides | Reactive Nitrogen Species | Intercellular Signaling Peptides and Proteins | Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome | Culture Techniques | Analytical, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Techniques and Equipment | Clinical Laboratory Techniques | Oxides | Toxins, Biological | Nitrogen Compounds | Inorganic Chemicals | Infections | Shock | Proteins | Peptides | Biological Factors | Chemicals and Drugs | Bacterial Infections and Mycoses | Amino Acids, Peptides, and Proteins | Oxygen Compounds | Inflammation | Pathologic Processes | Pathological Conditions, Signs and Symptoms | Disease | Shock, Septic | Cell Culture Techniques | Cytokines | Endotoxins | Nitric Oxide | Methods | MEDICAL -- Evidence-Based Medicine | HEALTH & FITNESS -- Diseases -- General | MEDICAL -- Diseases | MEDICAL -- Internal Medicine | MEDICAL -- Clinical Medicine | Cytokines -- Research -- Methodology | Wetenschappelijke techniekenGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Septic shock methods and protocols.DDC classification: 616/.047 LOC classification: RC182.S4 | S466 2000Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Assay of endotoxin by limulus amebocyte lysate / P.A. Ketchum and T.J. Novitsky-Preparation of endotoxin from pathogenic gram-negative bacteria / A. Shnyra, M. Luchi and D.C. Morrison-Assay of anti-endotoxin antibodies / L. Brade-Isolation of the bactericidal/permeability-increasing protein from polymorphonuclear leukocytes by reversible binding to target bacteria / J. Weiss-Purification of lipopolysaccharide binding protein / D. Heumann-Purification of streptococcal pyrogenic exotoxin a / M. Roggiani and P.M. Schlievert-Assay for superantigens / S. Sriskandan-Bioassay for tumor necrosis factors-alpha and beta / T.J. Evans-Assay of soluble tumor necrosis factor receptors / M.G. Bouma and W.A. Buurman-Whole-blood assays for cytokine production / D.G. Remick, D.E. Newcomb and J.S. Friedland-Nitric oxide synthase inhibitors / D.K. Siriwardena, H. Tagori and C. Thiemermann-In situ detection of nitric oxide / T. Malinski-Immunochemical detection of nitric oxide synthase in human tissue / L.D. Buttery and J.M. Polak-Anti-nitrotyrosine antibodies for immunohistochemistry / L. Viera, Y.Z. Ye and J.S. Beckman-Detection of peroxynitrite in biological fluids / S. Malcolm [and others]-Myocardial cells in culture to study effects of cytokines / K.A. Krown and R.A. Sabbadini-Culture of primary human bronchial epithelial cells / J. Picot-Primary culture of human proximal renal tubular epithelial cells / P.A. Glynne.
Action note: digitized 2010 committed to preserveSummary: In Septic Shock Methods and Protocols, an interdisciplinary panel of expert investigators describe proven methods for investigating the often deadly mechanisms of septic shock. Drawing on insights from a wide variety of fields-ranging from molecular and cellular biology to the physiological measurement of whole animals-these experienced laboratorians detail the most important techniques for studying sepsis involving endotoxins, toxins derived from gram-positive organisms, cytokines, nitric oxide and other reactive nitrogen intermediates, and the use of primary cell cultures. They also treat a number of significant techniques that are not well described in the literature, including the Limulus endotoxin assay, the bioassay of TNF, the purification of bacterial endotoxin and superantigens, and the culture of primary human cells. Multidisciplinary and state-of-the-art, Septic Shock Methods and Protocols offers both experimental and clinical investigators a gold-standard collection of key methods for illuminating the basic pathophysiological processes that occur following infection. Its readily reproducible methods will allow both newcomers and those with more experience to apply today's powerful techniques successfully in their work.
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Assay of endotoxin by limulus amebocyte lysate / P.A. Ketchum and T.J. Novitsky-Preparation of endotoxin from pathogenic gram-negative bacteria / A. Shnyra, M. Luchi and D.C. Morrison-Assay of anti-endotoxin antibodies / L. Brade-Isolation of the bactericidal/permeability-increasing protein from polymorphonuclear leukocytes by reversible binding to target bacteria / J. Weiss-Purification of lipopolysaccharide binding protein / D. Heumann-Purification of streptococcal pyrogenic exotoxin a / M. Roggiani and P.M. Schlievert-Assay for superantigens / S. Sriskandan-Bioassay for tumor necrosis factors-alpha and beta / T.J. Evans-Assay of soluble tumor necrosis factor receptors / M.G. Bouma and W.A. Buurman-Whole-blood assays for cytokine production / D.G. Remick, D.E. Newcomb and J.S. Friedland-Nitric oxide synthase inhibitors / D.K. Siriwardena, H. Tagori and C. Thiemermann-In situ detection of nitric oxide / T. Malinski-Immunochemical detection of nitric oxide synthase in human tissue / L.D. Buttery and J.M. Polak-Anti-nitrotyrosine antibodies for immunohistochemistry / L. Viera, Y.Z. Ye and J.S. Beckman-Detection of peroxynitrite in biological fluids / S. Malcolm [and others]-Myocardial cells in culture to study effects of cytokines / K.A. Krown and R.A. Sabbadini-Culture of primary human bronchial epithelial cells / J. Picot-Primary culture of human proximal renal tubular epithelial cells / P.A. Glynne.

Assay of endotoxin by limulus amebocyte lysate / P.A. Ketchum and T.J. Novitsky-Preparation of endotoxin from pathogenic gram-negative bacteria / A. Shnyra, M. Luchi and D.C. Morrison-Assay of anti-endotoxin antibodies / L. Brade-Isolation of the bactericidal/permeability-increasing protein from polymorphonuclear leukocytes by reversible binding to target bacteria / J. Weiss-Purification of lipopolysaccharide binding protein / D. Heumann-Purification of streptococcal pyrogenic exotoxin a / M. Roggiani and P.M. Schlievert-Assay for superantigens / S. Sriskandan-Bioassay for tumor necrosis factors-alpha and beta / T.J. Evans-Assay of soluble tumor necrosis factor receptors / M.G. Bouma and W.A. Buurman-Whole-blood assays for cytokine production / D.G. Remick, D.E. Newcomb and J.S. Friedland-Nitric oxide synthase inhibitors / D.K. Siriwardena, H. Tagori and C. Thiemermann-In situ detection of nitric oxide / T. Malinski-Immunochemical detection of nitric oxide synthase in human tissue / L.D. Buttery and J.M. Polak-Anti-nitrotyrosine antibodies for immunohistochemistry / L. Viera, Y.Z. Ye and J.S. Beckman-Detection of peroxynitrite in biological fluids / S. Malcolm [and others]-Myocardial cells in culture to study effects of cytokines / K.A. Krown and R.A. Sabbadini-Culture of primary human bronchial epithelial cells / J. Picot-Primary culture of human proximal renal tubular epithelial cells / P.A. Glynne.

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In Septic Shock Methods and Protocols, an interdisciplinary panel of expert investigators describe proven methods for investigating the often deadly mechanisms of septic shock. Drawing on insights from a wide variety of fields-ranging from molecular and cellular biology to the physiological measurement of whole animals-these experienced laboratorians detail the most important techniques for studying sepsis involving endotoxins, toxins derived from gram-positive organisms, cytokines, nitric oxide and other reactive nitrogen intermediates, and the use of primary cell cultures. They also treat a number of significant techniques that are not well described in the literature, including the Limulus endotoxin assay, the bioassay of TNF, the purification of bacterial endotoxin and superantigens, and the culture of primary human cells. Multidisciplinary and state-of-the-art, Septic Shock Methods and Protocols offers both experimental and clinical investigators a gold-standard collection of key methods for illuminating the basic pathophysiological processes that occur following infection. Its readily reproducible methods will allow both newcomers and those with more experience to apply today's powerful techniques successfully in their work.

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