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Lifestyle and Heart Health and Disease provides a comprehensive evaluation of lifestyle factors that modify heart function and structure. It includes coverage of a wide range of lifestyle factors, including physical activity, alcohol, tobacco, drugs of abuse, nutrition and psychosocial factors. The book clearly presents the scientific evaluation of published research relating to general responses by scientists, physicians and patients, along with new research on the role of lifestyle in the prevention, amelioration and causation of cardiac remodeling and disease. Explains the pathogenic mechanisms of cardiovascular diseases and the targets of therapy Presents methods contained within the book that can be applied to the diagnosis of heart disease Contains a concise summary with recommendations for actions and conclusions Provides a one-stop-shopping synopsis of key ideas associated with many aspects of lifestyle
The Complement FactsBook, Second Edition, provides in-depth insights and an overview of the components of the complement system. This new edition highlights the use of newly recommended complement nomenclature, covering new pathways and proteins and adding information on mouse homologs. It is a completely revised and updated edition containing entries on all components of the complement system, and is an excellent source of one-stop shopping for complement information and references. It is the most convenient compilation of biochemical, biological and molecular biology for complementologists and those new in the field. This new edition is expanded to include relevant updates and topics that have evolved since the last edition was published, including C1q and Lectins, C3 Family, Serine Proteases, Serum Regulators of Complement Activation, Cell Surface Proteins, and Terminal Pathway Proteins. Domain Structure diagrams are incorporated to clearly illustrate the relationships between all the complement proteins, both within families and between families. Introduces complement function, simply described for each function Includes the cDNA sequences that are marked with intron/exon boundaries, facilitating genetic studies Presents detailed structural information, including cDNA and gene structure for all proteins Incorporates domain structures diagrams, which beautifully illustrate the relationship between all the complement proteins, both within, and between, families
Masters Thesis from the year 2012 in the subject Business economics - Industrial Management, grade: 110/110, University of Siena, course: Industrial economy, language: English, abstract: It has been more than two decades since internet boosted its potential and now it can be considered a fearful competitor of many mortal businesses such as retailers, advertisers or even intermediaries. It is also known that the advent of internet in our daily life has also changed many systems structures such as the transaction costs in B2B, B2C or even the C2C models. Internet has abolished geographical boundaries, connected people and facilitated information flow. We now live in a world that everything happens in real time, which also brought changes in economic equilibriums, marketing strategies as well as speculation margins. Amazon, Google, EBay has revolutionized the custom of traditional shopping, increasing consumers addiction to consumption by differentiating products in every possible and imaginable manner. Well, this works attempt is to shed a light on the dynamics of this evolution, to acknowledge the main players and see how equilibrium can be set and re-set incessantly in a very volatile market due to its lack of physicality (i.e there is a physical gap between supplier and demander at the purchasing moment, therefore is very difficult to build customer loyalty). The example used to extrapolate some statistical evidence is linked to group buying e-commers such as coupon companies. It is the case of Groupon.com, the daily offers company with the highest growth rate among web companies since 2008 . The first part of the study is a theoretical literature review mainly arranged to give a theoretical backup to the empirical analysis that will follow. It seems that there has been a lot of field research on the topic. I suppose the reason is the worryingly fast growing pattern of these virtual business realities. The first chapters aims to concatenate the main features of these new business models, trying to understand the differences between them and the traditional ones which offer the same products or services- also the reasons why normal firms are greatly suffering market share losses. The third chapter instead is totally dedicated to online intermediaries since they seem to be the economic agents to have better fit in this new giant virtual marketplace. Different types of intermediaries obviously play different roles in the business arena and also provoke different welfare effects in terms of costumers wellbeing. For such reasons the interesting part here is their game strategy while intermediating either information or services.
Munich is more than dirndl (traditional dress), weißwurst (white sausage) and Oktoberfest. Munich offers good traditional fare, fusion and nouvelle cuisine, beer gardens, palace gardens and river surfing locations, brass band music, the Philharmonic and Electro clubs. In short, Munich is aware of tradition, but cosmopolitan and with its finger always on the pulse of the times. With MARCO POLO Munich you can experience the Bavarian federal capital in all its facets. Have a walk through the English Garden, one of the biggest municipal parks in the world; have a break by the renaturalised River Isar; and explore the varied quarters of the village of millions. Go shopping in long-established, traditional shops and stylish passages such as the Fünf Höfe. Marvel at the late Baroque paintings in the Asams Church, the treasures in the Residenz and the spectacular architecture of the Allianz Arena and Brandhorst Museum. The MARCO POLO Insider Tips tell you where you can browse at Bavaria´s largest flea market and eat roast pork at day break. The tips on what to do on a limited budget in each chapter prove that you can experience a great deal with very little money, enjoy something special and snap up some real bargains. Whether on foot, bike or blades - you can tour the city at random through Italy´s northernmost city: through the Old Town, art districts or the highlights of modern architecture. And there´s plenty for young children in the city such as, for example, a walk in the zoo specially conceived for families, the aquarium or the children´s area in the Deutsches Museum. And the Dos and Don´ts will prevent you trying to drive round Munich by car or visiting the Hofbräuhaus and Marienplatz at midday.With this up-to-date, authoritative guide you can experience all the sights and the Best Of recommendations for Munich. You can discover good hotels, restaurants, bars, clubs and pubs, popular shops, trendy spots and festivals and events. There are tips on what to do on a limited budget, a large street atlas, tips where it´s best to set off on your city tour, shopping trip or head for the nightlife. Also contains: suggestions for The Perfect Day, Travel Tips, Links, Blogs, Apps & More, index and removable pull-out map and street atlas.o THE BEST MARCO POLO HIGHLIGHTS o THE BEST INSIDER TIPS o BEST OF ... o INTRODUCTION o WHAT´S HOT o IN A NUTSHELL o THE PERFECT DAY o SIGHTSEEING o FOOD & DRINK o SHOPPING o ENTERTAINMENT o WHERE TO STAY o WALKING TOURS o TRAVEL WITH KIDS o FESTIVAL & EVENTS o LINKS, BLOGS, APPS & MORE o TRAVEL TIPS o USEFUL PHRASES o STREET ATLAS o INDEX & CREDITS o DOS & DON´TS!Not just three Munich natives in one fell swoop, but also three editors with mountains of experience - as long-time colleagues at the city magazine Prinz München, this trio knows all the ins and outs of Munich. With the communications expert Dr Astrid Dobmeier and the freelance journalists Alex Wulkow and Amadeus Danesitz, sharp pens bring top-notch knowledge of the city to life.o including Insider Tips o street atlas and additional pull-out map o clear, user-friendly structure and layout o get your bearings with the most important ´Highlights´, the ´Where to Start´ panels and the ´Best Of´ pages featuring unique aspects of the city and, depending on your mood, places to go for free, tips for things to do when it´s raining and good places to relax
People have always been hooked on Berlin. The setting for momentous political and historical events and haven for various lifestyles and artistic movements, the city never stops reinventing itself. Despite its tumultuous past, today Berlin considers itself very much at the modern heart of Europe and is acknowledged as a trendsetter the world over. Surrounded by lakes and forests, offering plenty of recreational activities - it is also a place to find peace and tranquillity. Berlin is a metaphor for life, with all its highs and lows; at the interface between Western and Eastern Europe, the important things in life are tangible here. MARCO POLO Berlin guides you though a city of design, the city of The Wall and the metropolis that never closes. The practical, pocket-sized guide takes you on a tour through its endlessly varied museum and cultural landscape, and shows you its lively nightlife and enticing shops. The ´Where to Start´ panels highlight the best places to begin sightseeing, the best places to shop, and the trendiest places to go in the evening. The Insider Tips explain how to take a ride in the U-Bahn Cabrio (open-top metro) and where to buy violet mustard, milk grappa, and garlic chocolates. The Best Of pages highlight some unique aspects of Berlin, recommend places to go for free, and have tips for rainy days and where you can relax and unwind. Panels in each chapter suggest things to do if you´re on a tight budget and where to pick up some real bargains. The City Walks include exploring the past in the Hackesche Höfe (courtyards) and strolling along the line of the now vanished Wall. Excursions take you to the magnificent Prussian palace of Sanssouci and the waterside town of Köpenick with its historic centre. The Do´s & Don´ts explain why its best to steer clear of conjuring tricks, and the Travel Tips tell you why it´s best instead to put your money on the WellcomeCard. MARCO POLO Berlin provides comprehensive coverage of the city. To help you find your way around there´s a detailed street atlas inside, a useful public transport map in the backcover, plus a handy pull-out map.Experience all of Berlin´s attractions with this up-to date and authoritative guide, complete with ´Best Of´ recommendations. Discover hotels, restaurants and trendy nightlife venues, as well as numerous tips for shopping, and find out about festivals and events, sports and other activities. Also contains: Perfect Day, Travel Tips, Travel with Kids, Links, Blogs, Apps & more, German phrasebook and index.o THE BEST MARCO POLO HIGHLIGHTS o THE BEST INSIDER TIPS o BEST OF ... o INTRODUCTION o WHAT´S HOT o IN A NUTSHELL o THE PERFECT DAY o SIGHTSEEING o FOOD & DRINK o SHOPPING o ENTERTAINMENT o WHERE TO STAY o WALKING TOURS o TRAVEL WITH KIDS o FESTIVAL & EVENTS o LINKS, BLOGS, APPS & MORE o TRAVEL TIPS o USEFUL PHRASES o STREET ATLAS o INDEX & CREDITS o DOS & DON´TS!The publicist, editor and author Christine Berger has been living in the most exciting city on the planet for 25 years. Although she knows Berlin like the back of her hand, she still discovers something new every day. Accompanied by her husband and three daughters, she loves to walk for hours through the city, admiring local street art, trying new cafés or stopping by exhibits in galleries and museums.o including Insider Tips o street atlas and additional pull-out map o clear, user-friendly structure and layout o get your bearings with the most important ´Highlights´, the ´Where to Start´ panels and the ´Best Of´ pages featuring unique aspects of the city and, depending on your mood, places to go for free, tips for things to do when it´s raining and good places to relax
With MARCO POLO Vienna you can simultaneously embark on two journeys through time. The practical travel guide, small enough to slip into your pocket, escorts you back to the glorious past of a time-honoured Habsburg city and you can marvel at the imperial splendour all along the Ringstrasse. It takes you to places steeped in tradition and coffee houses around St Stephen´s Cathedral, but also catapults you into the multicultural, trendsetting world city of today. Be inspired by the mix of the beauty of the waltz and belief in the future, the mix of the Baroque and post-modern attitude to life! MARCO POLO Vienna´s Insider Tips tell you where you can enjoy fantastic opera for free, lay flowers on Mozart´s grave and get a great bird´s eye view of the city from the cathedral tower. The low budget tips in each chapter show how you can experience a great deal with very little money, enjoy something special and snap up some real bargains. The Where to Start boxes tell you the best place to set off on your sightseeing tour, where the best buys are to be had and where it´s all happening in the evening. The Best Of pages show you what´s unique to Vienna, tell you about great places for free, and give tips on what to do on rainy days and where you can treat yourself and relax and chill out. The Walking Tours take you through the former Jewish Quarter; to the classic Viennese cafés for a (well deserved) intake of calories; and to Vienna´s nearby mountains. And the Dos and Don´ts tell you why you should have a small black coffee rather than one with milk or cream, and always be appropriately dressed for the occasion. MARCO POLO Vienna gives comprehensive coverage all the city´s districts. To help you find your way around there´s a detailed street atlas and practical map inside the back cover, a map of the public transport network and removable pull-out map.With this up-to-date, authoritative guide you can experience all the sights and the Best Of recommendations for Vienna. You can discover good hotels, restaurants, trendy places and entertainment venues. There are also shopping ideas, tips on what to do on a limited budget and Insider Tips. Also contains: Festivals & Events, Travel Tips, Travel with Kids , Links, Blogs, Apps & More, the Perfect Day in Vienna and index and pubic transport map. In addition to the large street atlas there´s a removable pull-out map.o THE BEST MARCO POLO HIGHLIGHTS o THE BEST INSIDER TIPS o BEST OF ... o INTRODUCTION o WHAT´S HOT o IN A NUTSHELL o THE PERFECT DAY o SIGHTSEEING o FOOD & DRINK o SHOPPING o ENTERTAINMENT o WHERE TO STAY o WALKING TOURS o TRAVEL WITH KIDS o FESTIVAL & EVENTS o LINKS, BLOGS, APPS & MORE o TRAVEL TIPS o USEFUL PHRASES o STREET ATLAS o INDEX & CREDITS o DOS & DON´TS!Walter M. Weiss knows even the most hidden treasures of Vienna as only a true native can. As a freelance author, he has written numerous books on his hometown (for details, see www.wmweiss.com). What he likes most about Vienna is not only its imperial majesty and the plush cosiness of its many pubs, wine taverns and cafés, but also the cosmopolitanism, dynamism and rich cultural offerings that abound in the metropolis.o including Insider Tips o street atlas and additional pull-out map o clear, user-friendly structure and layout o get your bearings with the most important ´Highlights´, the ´Where to Start´ panels and the ´Best Of´ pages featuring unique aspects of the city and, depending on your mood, places to go for free, tips for things to do when it´s raining and good places to relax
For advice you can trust, look no further than Marco Polo.The Norway Marco Polo Handbook offers expert advice and is aimed at travellers looking for in-depth coverage of a destination - from detailed cultural information to Insider Tips - in an easy to use format. Whatever your mood or interests, Marco Polo Handbooks are the perfect travel companion. Inside the Norway Marco Polo Travel Handbook:Land of the Fjords: Let Marco Polo lead you into a land full of natural wonders, with its deep blue fjords and its fjells, thundering waterfalls, scenic sunny beaches and deserted mountain areas where you can go on the trail of the muskox and the elk.Discover & Understand: Our innovative infographics condense large amounts of information into a format which is easy to understand. Infographics illustrate, amongst other things, Norway at a glance, the North Sea oil and gas industry and the rhythm of the local wildlife.In the mood for: Fun suggestions help you to experience the variety of Norway, whatever your personal preferences and interests. 3D images provide vivid insights into selected structures such as the Oseberg Ship and the Heddal Stave Church.Tours: Discover Norway! Four exciting tours reflect the many sides to the country. Discover some of Norway´s most beautiful beaches and coastal towns on the tour from the southern tip to Telemark, or travel north right along the coast from Norway´s southernmost point. Explore the North Cape or embark on a spectacular journey through the wild heart of the country. All suggested tours are plotted on detailed maps and combine the best and most interesting places to see, with tips for exciting stops along the way. Experience & Enjoy: All the things which make a trip unforgettable: from eating and drinking, shopping, sightseeing, museums & galleries, staying the night, travelling with children, festivals and going out in the evening. What are Norway´s typical dishes and where can you sample them? What is there to do with children? Answers to these and many other questions can be found in this chapter.In depth knowledge: Knowledge is king and Marco Polo Handbooks are packed full of information to help you get the best out of your trip. The Marco Polo Tips reveal where you can go on muskox safari, where you can complete four hikes in one go, and where you´ll find Ibsen´s local pub.Large pull-out map: Includes a separate pull-out map handily placed in a high quality plastic wallet at the back of the book, which can also be used as a storage pocket.