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CMAS # 1(CytoJournal Monograph and Atlas Series)

CellBlockistry 101
The Textbook of Cell-blocking science

This monograph on CellBlockistry is about the science and art of cell-block making to embed the loosely scattered microfragments and cells into a paraffin embedded block. ‘Cell-block’is recommended to be hyphenated for cytopathology purposes, as emphasized in the initial review article in CytoJournal. This publication is largely based on the previously published review article in CytoJournal under open access charter. As a benefit of an open access charter, it is a reproduced version of that initial review article after proper formatting and modifications with some add-ons as applicable
CMAS # 2 (CytoJournal Monograph and Atlas Series)

Cytopathologic Diagnosis of Serous cavities

Cytopathologic evaluation of effusion fluids is complex and can be challenging. Yet, because effusion fluids are relatively easy to collect, any pathology laboratory, unrelated to its level of expertise, may be confronted with such specimens. In comparison to other common specimens, effusion fluids need a special and unique approach for cytopathologic evaluation.

CMAS # 3 (CytoJournal Monograph and Atlas Series)

Uterine Cervix Cancer The Bethesda System

Cancer Uterine Cervix & The Bethesda System” is a multi author book which discusses Cervical Cancer in its entirety. When the work of this book began almost seven years back, the plan was to put together a practical compact format of a handbook of cervical cytology which would be useful in the diagnostic work at the microscope. The aim was to focus mainly on the description of lesions, along with carefully selected illustrations, that a cytopathologist was likely to need in routine practice. As the contents progressed, there was an irresistible incentive to cover along with cytology, descriptions of histopathologic findings too. Having quick and easy reference material of histopathologic basis of cytology would be a very logical content of any handbook. This inevitably led to an expansion of text and illustrations to include method of collection of Pap smear and screening technologies for cervical cancer with helpful feature of algorithms clearly intended to lead the way to standard follow up of women screened. Basics of Colposcopic findings in precancerous lesions of the cervix, that have bearing in the completion of the knowledge and workup of patients, have also been incorporated. As a result, the hand book has taken on the presentation of a textbook while still retaining the configuration of an Atlas because of its innumerable illustrations that have resulted in worthwhile increased coverage and usefulness.

Volume 25

Heat Shock Proteins (HSP) and Coronavirus

The book Heat Shock Proteins (HSP) and Coronavirus Volume 25 provides the most comprehensive review on contemporary knowledge on the implications of Coronaviruses. This also describes the treatment and therapeutic targets including heat shock proteins and vaccine drug candidates against Coronaviruses. Using an integrative approach to the understanding of Coronaviruses immunobiology and understanding of host-pathogen interaction studies to the management of Coronavirus patients. Also includes the challenges for the effective management of Coronavirus, the contributors provide a synopsis of novel mechanisms by which Coronaviruses can be treated.
Volume 26

Heat Shock Proteins (HSP) in Cellular Communication and Signaling

The book Heat Shock Proteins (HSP) in Cellular Communication and Signaling Volume 26 provides the most comprehensive highlight and insight of the expression, function and therapeutic activity of HSP in signaling pathways. Using an integrative approach to the understanding of various HSP-mediated signaling pathways in response to a variety of stressors including hyperthermia, or metabolic changes produced by physical exercise or psychological stress, HSP regulates the stability, activation, and degradation of a diverse array of proteins associated with growth, proliferation, and survival via regulation of protein stability and protein-degradation pathways and modulating transcription factors/signal transduction networks. It facilitates the survival of cells during stress response and exhibits a pronounced anti-apoptotic and stabilization effect. HSP performs various functions in the transportation and refolding of proteins from the cytoplasm into the mitochondrial matrix in many diseases.