London : printed by T.R. and N.T. and are to be sold by the booksellers, and by the author, at the sign of the Angel against the Church-door at the upper end of Thredneedle-street, near the Royal-Exchange, M DC LXXIV. 
And now seuenthly augmented and inlarged / by A.T. ... - London : Printed by Richard Badger for Philemon Stephens and Christopher Meredith, and are to be sold at the signe of the Golden Lion in Pauls Church-yard, 1631.
And now seuenthly augmented and inlarged by A. T. practitioner in physicke and chirurgerie. - London : Printed by Richard Badger, for Philemon Stephens and Christopher Meredith, and are to be sold at the signe of the golden Lion in Pauls Church-yard, 1630.
Phenotypic and Genetic Markers of Cancer: Turning Point in Research.- Phenotypic Markers.- Biochemical Markers.- Multiple Biochemical Markers for Cancer: A Statistical Approach.- Pseudouridine: A Biochemical Marker for Cancer.- Serum Lipid Associated Sialic Acid in Different Human Malignancies: Preliminary Results.- Heterogeneity of Binding Sites for Triphenylethylene Antiestrogens in Estrogen Target Tissues.- Failure to Demonstrate Plasma Hormone Abnormalities in Women with Operable Breast Cancer.- Cell-Type-Independent Accumulation of Phosphatidic Acid Induced by Trifluoperazine in Stimulate.
Addis-Abeba : Centre français des études éthiopiennes, 2015.
Book — 1 online resource (69 p.)
Ce premier Bulletin de la Maison des études éthiopiennes est celui de la "relance" de la recherche internationale, et donc française, en Éthiopie après la chute du Derg. En marquant la transition avec l'ère de la Section française des Antiquités éthiopiennes, il fait l'état des recherches en cours dans tous les domaines scientifiques couverts par la Maison, de la paléontologie aux sciences sociales et au droit.
Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2001.
Book — 1 online resource (XXV, 442 pages 59 illustrations).
Sect. III: Cardiovascular/Renal
Sect. IV: Immune System
Sect. V: Endocrine System. The complete table of contents can be found on the Internet: http://www.springer.de.
Physiological, pharmacological and molecular biological data generated over the past three decades have demonstrated the existence of two major families of extracellular receptors, the P1, a family of four G-protein coupled receptors and the P2, a family of at least 12 receptors responsive to purine (ATP, ADP) and pyrimidine (UTP) nucleotides through which adenosine and ATP can function as extracellular messengers. The present two-part volume represents an integrated compendium of invited chapters by leading researchers in the area focusing on advances in the understanding of purinergic and pyrimidinergic signaling systems, their role(s) in tissue function and pathophysiology and advances in developing potential new medications based on the modulation of P1 and P2 receptor signaling processes. The volumes will thus provide the reader with a topical, comprehensive and integrated overview of this important area.