Cell-to-Cell Communication: Inflammatory Reactions

Cell-to-Cell Communication: Inflammatory Reactions

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Stadlinger, Bernd / Terheyden, Hendrik

Cell-to-Cell Communication: Inflammatory Reactions

Series: Cell-to-Cell Communication, Volume 2
2nd Edition 2013
Video DVD
2 DVDs and a detailed booklet in a hardcover
Language: English
Subjects: Human Medicine, Periodontics
Title-No.: 5791
ISBN 978-1-85097-243-3
Quintessence Publishing, Germany

Price: 98.00 €

Visualizing the invisible while experiencing a fascination with science is the great challenge that Cell-to-Cell Communication, representing an all-new genre, has set out to meet. A spectacularly sophisticated computer animation in HD quality depicts the highly complex processes of intercellular interaction during an inflammatory periodontal reaction complete with the messenger molecules implicated. The various cell types constitute the main cast of the film, using a finely tuned communication process in their quest to destroy the bacterial invaders, with messenger molecules as supporting cast. A stunning didactic and dramatic experience!

Outline:
• Biofilm
• Gingivitis and the Innate Immune Defense
• Periodontitis and the Adaptive Immune Defense
• Cleaning and Regeneration

DVD 1: Expert Version (Length: 15 minutes)
DVD 2: Public Version (Length: 12 minutes)

On This Film

Main Cast:
Epithelial cells, Macrophages, Granulocytes, Fibroblasts, Osteoblasts, Osteoclasts, Monocytes, T cells, B cells

Also Starring:
Factor C3b, Factor C5b, Defensins, Factor C3a, Factor C5a, Interleukin-1beta, Interleukin-6, Tumor necrosis factor-alpha, Histamine, Interleukin-8, RANK, Monocyte colony-stimulating factor, Osteoprotegerin, RANKL, Interleukin-17, Monocyte chemoattractant protein-1, RANTES, VEGF, FGF

Project/Expert Team
Authors:
PD Dr. Dr. Bernd Stadlinger, Prof. Dr. Dr. Hendrik Terheyden
Advisory Board:
Prof. Dr. D. Cochran, Prof. Dr. J. Meyle, Prof. Dr. P. Preshaw, Prof. Dr. M. Sanz
Microscopic Images, Osteoclasts in Situ:
Prof. Dr. Dr. Thomas Lambrecht
Naslov Cell-to-Cell Communication: Inflammatory Reactions
Autor Stadlinger, Bernd / Terheyden, Hendrik
Vrsta Periodontics
Datum objave Sep 21, 2017
Stadlinger, Bernd / Terheyden, Hendrik

Cell-to-Cell Communication: Inflammatory Reactions

Series: Cell-to-Cell Communication, Volume 2
2nd Edition 2013
Video DVD
2 DVDs and a detailed booklet in a hardcover
Language: English
Subjects: Human Medicine, Periodontics
Title-No.: 5791
ISBN 978-1-85097-243-3
Quintessence Publishing, Germany

Price: 98.00 €

Visualizing the invisible while experiencing a fascination with science is the great challenge that Cell-to-Cell Communication, representing an all-new genre, has set out to meet. A spectacularly sophisticated computer animation in HD quality depicts the highly complex processes of intercellular interaction during an inflammatory periodontal reaction complete with the messenger molecules implicated. The various cell types constitute the main cast of the film, using a finely tuned communication process in their quest to destroy the bacterial invaders, with messenger molecules as supporting cast. A stunning didactic and dramatic experience!

Outline:
• Biofilm
• Gingivitis and the Innate Immune Defense
• Periodontitis and the Adaptive Immune Defense
• Cleaning and Regeneration

DVD 1: Expert Version (Length: 15 minutes)
DVD 2: Public Version (Length: 12 minutes)

On This Film

Main Cast:
Epithelial cells, Macrophages, Granulocytes, Fibroblasts, Osteoblasts, Osteoclasts, Monocytes, T cells, B cells

Also Starring:
Factor C3b, Factor C5b, Defensins, Factor C3a, Factor C5a, Interleukin-1beta, Interleukin-6, Tumor necrosis factor-alpha, Histamine, Interleukin-8, RANK, Monocyte colony-stimulating factor, Osteoprotegerin, RANKL, Interleukin-17, Monocyte chemoattractant protein-1, RANTES, VEGF, FGF

Project/Expert Team
Authors:
PD Dr. Dr. Bernd Stadlinger, Prof. Dr. Dr. Hendrik Terheyden
Advisory Board:
Prof. Dr. D. Cochran, Prof. Dr. J. Meyle, Prof. Dr. P. Preshaw, Prof. Dr. M. Sanz
Microscopic Images, Osteoclasts in Situ:
Prof. Dr. Dr. Thomas Lambrecht