10 edition of Biological Calcification found in the catalog.
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Calcification is one of the most common issues that arise concerning biocompatibility, known to affect many systems in the body. It is often associated with an increase in free phosphate and calcium particles in the serum that leads to mineral deposition. Calcification is problematic both in the naturally occurring state of the body, as well as when it exists as result of biomaterial by: 1. Calcification in Biological Systems provides a collection of up-to-date papers regarding calcification in a variety of biological systems. The papers are not simple reviews of the literature. Each paper reflects the personal experience of the author(s) and is rich in constructive criticism and suggestions.
For the first time, this book offers a critical review of the calcification process of the organic and inorganic phases of mineralized tissues focusing on the earliest phases. It includes a methodological chapter which provides the necessary practical information for making appropriate Edition: calcification [kal″sĭ-fĭ-ka´shun] the deposit of calcium salts, mostly calcium phosphate, in body tissues. The normal absorption of calcium is facilitated by parathyroid hormone and by vitamin D. When there are increased amounts of parathyroid hormone in the blood (as in hyperparathyroidism), there is deposition of calcium in the alveoli of the.
Biogenic calcification The shells and skeletons produced by calcifying organisms do not only have a vital function for the physiology and ecology of their producers, they also play a key role in biogeochemical cycling as ballast for sinking particulate matter and by transporting carbon . The formation of calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate crystals in the extracellular fluids of joints cause the disease called pseudogout. Biological Role of Inorganic Pyrophosphate book is a unique and invaluable source of references (about ) and summarized data for professionals who study or plan to study the role of PPi in living systems.
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Calcification is approached in this volume at the levels of the cellular sites and molecular mechan isms that are involved in this process. The ultrastructural and chemical features of the cells and their products which are associated with calcification are empha sized in several chapters.
This book follows a precursor volume devoted to biological calci?cation, - sued by the CRC Press, Boca Raton (Florida) in Several basic aspects of the calci?cation Biological Calcification book were analyzed in it by outstanding authors who had unquestioned competence in their respective research areas.
This book follows a precursor volume devoted to biological calci?cation, - sued by the CRC Press, Boca Raton (Florida) in Several basic aspects of the calci?cation process were analyzed in it by outstanding authors who had unquestioned competence in their respective research areas.
Its mainBrand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Biological Calcification: Normal and Pathological Processes in the Early Stages Hardcover – Decem by Ermanno Bonucci (Author) See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle Author: Ermanno Bonucci.
Biological calcification: cellular and molecular aspects by Schraer, Harald and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The deposition of calcium-containing salts is a widespread phenomenon in both the plant and animal kingdoms.
Its occurrence suggests a generalized biological adaptation to environments rich in calcium. Indeed, the Archaean ocean was rich in calcium carbonate, and traces of ancient organisms have.
Biological calcification: cellular and molecular aspects. New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts  (OCoLC) Online version: Schraer, Harald, Biological calcification: cellular and molecular aspects.
New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Harald Schraer. Marine biogenic calcification is the process by which marine organisms such as oysters and clams form calcium carbonate. Seawater is full of dissolved compounds, ions and nutrients that organisms can utilize for energy and, in the case of calcification, to build shells and outer structures.
Calcifying organisms in the ocean include molluscs, foraminifera, coccolithophores, crustaceans. Calcification is a serious topic, unfortunately, what people don't seem to realise is that statins will not protect you against calcification of arteries, so we have to do something for ourselves.
I think this book offers a lot of sound advice to tackle this threat to our health/5(29). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Schraer, Harald, Biological calcification. Amsterdam, North-Holland Pub. Co.; [New York] Appleton-Century-Crofts .
Calcification in Biological Systems provides a collection of up-to-date papers regarding calcification in a variety of biological systems. The papers are not simple reviews of the literature. Each paper reflects the personal experience of the author(s) and is rich in constructive criticism and sugge.
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Free shipping for many products. Book Description. Calcification in Biological Systems provides a collection of up-to-date papers regarding calcification in a variety of biological systems. The papers are not simple reviews of the literature. Each paper reflects the personal experience of the author(s) and is rich in.
Calcification is the accumulation of calcium salts in a body normally occurs in the formation of bone, but calcium can be deposited abnormally in soft tissue, causing it to harden.
Calcifications may be classified on whether there is mineral balance or not, and the location of the calcification. Calcification may also refer to the processes of normal mineral deposition in biological. The biological effects of the kallikrein-kinin system are mainly exerted by bradykinin (BK) and kallidin (Lys-BK) acting on a variety of cells via cell surface receptors of the B2 subtype.
This chapter briefly summarizes the kallikrein-kinin system. As we age, calcium deposits tend to accumulate in our soft tissues. Doctors call it Extra-skeletal calcification. This means that the calcium that is supposed to be deposited in your bones is being lodged in your soft tissues where is does not belong.
The condition can manifest itself in many ways: Heart disease, cancer, wrinkled skin, arthritis, kidney stones, osteoporosis, dental problems. Calcification in biological systems is a complex process by which calcium salts are maintained at higher concentrations in noncirculating matrices than in regional circulating humoral or other mobile fluids.
The principal result of normal calcification is the concentration of calcium and associated inorganic salts in crystalline patterns of. 3 Effects of Ocean Acidification on the Physiology of Marine Organisms.
The dissolution of anthropogenic carbon dioxide (CO 2) into the ocean is causing a series of changes in ocean water chemistry: an increase in the CO 2 concentration, a decrease in the calcium carbonate saturation (Ω) and pH, and a change in the chemistry of many biologically important chemical species, as discussed in.
Clin Orthop Relat Res. Jun;() Current concepts of the physiology and biochemistry of calcification. Boskey AL. The current picture of the process of biological calcifications portrays the cells within the calcifying tissues as central factors controlling the deposition of mineral crystals in the extracellular by: Biological Calcification: Normal And Pathological Processes In The Early Stages by Ermanno Bonucci / / English / PDF.
Read Online MB Download. The book is set to become an important reference source for the shelves of bone densitometry labs across the world.
1. Arch Biochem Biophys. May 15;(1) Can biological calcification occur in the presence of pyrophosphate? Meyer JL. It was shown that it is apparently impossible for any calcification to occur in a system which contains a constant, Cited by: Calcification occurs when calcium builds up in areas of body tissue where calcium normally doesn’t exist.
Calcification can happen as the result of infections, calcium metabolism disorders, and.Download Citation | Biological calcification: Normal and pathological processes in the early stages | The topics falling under the heading biological calcification are exceedingly numerous and Author: Ermanno Bonucci.