Protein Electrophoresis in Clinical Diagnosis
Order # 5916 | ISBN: 978-089189-5916
David F. Keren, MD
With the publication of Protein Electrophoresis in Clinical Diagnosis, Dr. Keren brings us up to date on the considerable advances that have been made in the field.
Dr. Keren presents the most clinically useful major advances in our knowledge of—and ability to detect—protein abnormalities by electrophoresis and immunoassay.
This book goes the “extra mile” beyond reporting on advances by:
Reviewing issues that are encountered with the use of capillary electrophorssis
Providing examples of how gel-based methods are being used to detect M-proteins
Illustrating characterization of M-proteins by immunofixation and immunosubtraction
Sharing strategies for efficient use of new techniques
Presenting a wealth of cases that demonstrate challenging and classic examples of the various methods discussed in the book
272 Pages | 309 Figures | 47 Interpretive Case Studies | Hardbound
"This comprehensive book includes anything you might ever want to know about protein electrophoresis.... The pictures and images are absolutely gorgeous. The electrophoretic gels are displayed in full color, the nuances of minor restricted bands fully apparent, and spectrophotometric tracings and quantification accompanying the gels.... You need this book if you perform protein electrophoresis. Get it." - Valerie Ng - Doody's Review Service ©