- Research ethics
- Formulation and process of research
- Literature analysis and critical reading
- How to plan and implement a research project
- Data collection, survey research and data management
- Practical research techniques
- Elementary and advanced statistical analyses
- Assessment, reliability and validity of research work
- Guidelines on research writing and structures of dissertation
Basheer Ahmad Masri (1914–1992) was the first Sunni Imam of the oldest purpose-built mosque in Britain, the Shahjahan Mosque in Woking. For six years he served as a joint editor of the monthly Islamic Review. He was fluent in English, classical Arabic, Urdu, Hindustani, Punjabi, and Kiswahili.
Each chapter with a practice set comprises of questions arranged in the order of the syllabus of the examination, starting from the basis of medical imaging and radiation physics to the principles of specific modalities and safety issues.
This book offers assistance to candidates preparing for the first FRCR examination, clinical radiology trainees, and radiology and nuclear medicine postgraduate students.
Lectins and their ligands are under quite a heavy microscope due to their potential applications to pharmacology, immunology, cancer therapy, and agriculture. With growing interest in the glycobiology field, the body of research related to lectin roles has grown at an explosive rate, particularly in the past 20 years. Animal Lectins: A Functional View presents the most up-to-date analysis of these carbohydrate-binding, and potentially lifesaving, proteins in one comprehensive volume.
This standard-setting resource presents new insights into the biological roles of most animal lectins, including their function in infection prevention through innate immunity. It also discusses such lectin behaviors as:
Sorting and targeting
Cell-cell interactions and signaling
Describes the Structural Basis of Protein-Carbohydrate Interactions
Under the editorial guidance of two leading protein chemistry experts and with contributions from well-recognized field authorities, this book logically and systematically discusses both intracellular and extracellular lectin functions. It is an essential springboard for future field research and a clear and concise knowledge base that glycobiology, biochemistry, and immunology researchers cannot afford to be without.