Handbook Of Pharmacogenomics And Stratified Medicine
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|Author||: Sandosh Padmanabhan|
|Publsiher||: Academic Press|
|Total Pages||: 1118|
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Handbook of Pharmacogenomics and Stratified Medicine is a comprehensive resource to understand this rapidly advancing field aiming to deliver the right drug at the right dose to the right patient at the right time. It is designed to provide a detailed, but accessible review of the entire field from basic principles to applications in various diseases. The chapters are written by international experts to allow readers from a wide variety of backgrounds, clinical and non-clinical (basic geneticists, pharmacologists, clinicians, trialists, industry personnel, ethicists) to understand the principles underpinning the progress in this area, the successes, failures and the challenges ahead. To be accessible to the widest range of readers, the clinical application section introduces the disease process, existing therapies, followed by pharmacogenomics and stratified medicine details. Medicine is the cornerstone of modern therapeutics prescribed on the basis that its benefit should outweigh its risk. It is well known that people respond differently to medications and in many cases the risk-benefit ratio for a particular drug may be a gray area. The last decade has seen a revolution in genomics both in terms of technological innovation and discovering genetic markers associated with disease. In parallel there has been steady progress in trying to make medicines safer and tailored to the individual. This has occurred across the whole spectrum of medicine, some more than others. In addition there is burgeoning interest from the pharmaceutical industry to leverage pharmacogenomics for more effective and efficient clinical drug development. Provides clinical and non-clinical researchers with practical information normally beyond their usual areas of research or expertise Includes an basic principles section explaining concepts of basic genetics, genetic epidemiology, bioinformatics, pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics Covers newer technologies– next generation sequencing, proteomics, metabolomics Provides information on animal models, lymphoblastoid cell lines, stem cells Provides detailed chapters on a wide range of disease conditions, implementation and regulatory issues Includes chapters on the global implications of pharmacogenomics
|Author||: Colin R. Martin,Victor R. Preedy,Vinood B. Patel|
|Publsiher||: Springer Nature|
|Total Pages||: 3036|
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This handbook provides a detailed overview of the emotional, physical, and social implications of anger, aggression, and violence. The book covers the recognition, diagnosis, and evaluation of these areas, aiming to understand the aetiology of these behavioral features to assist with prevention and cure. The book is divided into eight sections: Placing Aggression, Anger, Aggression and Violence In Context Causes and Precipitation of Anger, Aggression and Violence Features of Anger, Aggression and Violence Anger, Aggression and Violence in Defined Disorders and Conditions Physical Measures of Pathology and Insights: Genetics Physical Measures of Pathology and Insights: Non-Genetic Treatments and Therapies Methods and Techniques Handbook of Anger, Aggression, and Violence will be of use for behavioral scientists, psychologists, psychiatric nurses and doctors, neurologists, health scientists, general practitioners, research scientists and all those interested in altered behavior.
|Author||: Susan C. Scrimshaw,Sandra D. Lane,Robert A. Rubinstein,Julian Fisher|
|Total Pages||: 704|
Download The SAGE Handbook of Social Studies in Health and Medicine Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
With new chapters on key topics such as mental health, the environment, race, ethnicity and health, and pharmaceuticals, this new edition maintains its multidisciplinary framework and bridges the gap between health policy and the sociology of health. It builds upon the success of the first by encompassing a range of issues, studies, and disciplines. The broad coverage of topics in addition to new chapters present an engagement with contemporary issues, resulting in a valuable teaching aid. This second edition brings together a diverse range of leading international scholars with contributors from Australia, Puerto-Rico, USA, Guatemala, Germany, Sri Lanka, Botswana, UK, South Sudan, Mexico, South Korea, Canada and more. The second edition of this Handbook remains a key resource for undergraduates, post-graduates, and researchers across multidisciplinary backgrounds including: medicine, health and social care, sociology, and anthropology. PART ONE: Culture, Society and Health PART TWO: Lived Experiences PART THREE: Health Care Systems, Access and Use PART FOUR: Health in Environmental and Planetary Context
|Author||: Arli Aditya Parikesit|
|Publsiher||: BoD – Books on Demand|
|Total Pages||: 159|
Download Drug Design Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Right before the COVID-19 pandemic declared by the World Health Organization (WHO), life sciences have incited novel areas of studies that revolutionize the health sector. They are the studies of structural bioinformatics, pharmacogenomics, and metabolomics. The structural bioinformatics field is the very foundation of drug design research, as it provides insight into the molecular simulations and interactions between the biomolecules and the drug candidates. Secondly, pharmacogenomics is the starting point of any efforts in developing personalized medicine. Lastly, metabolomics provides instrumentation to elicit biomarkers for various diseases and health conditions. These studies have enabled current accelerated effort in COVID-19 research, as well as other communicable and non-communicable diseases.
|Publsiher||: Academic Press|
|Total Pages||: 983|
Download Pharmacoepigenetics Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Pharmacoepigenetics, Volume Eleven provides a comprehensive volume on the role of epigenetics and epigenomics in drug discovery and development, providing a detailed, but accessible, view of the field, from basic principles, to applications in disease therapeutics. Leading international researchers from across academia, clinical settings and the pharmaceutical industry discuss the influence of epigenetics and epigenomics in human pathology, epigenetic biomarkers for disease prediction, diagnosis, and treatment, current epigenetic drugs, and the application of epigenetic procedures in drug development. Throughout the book, chapter authors offer a balanced and objective discussion of the future of pharmacoepigenetics and its crucial contribution to the growth of precision and personalized medicine. Fully examines the influence of epigenetics and epigenomics in human pathology, epigenetic biomarkers for disease prediction, diagnosis, treatment, current epigenetic drugs and the application of epigenetic procedures in drug development Features chapter contributions from leading international researchers in academia, clinical settings and the pharmaceutical industry Instructs researchers, students and clinicians on how to better interpret and employ pharmacoepigenetics in drug development, efficiency and safety Provides a balanced and objective discussion of the future of pharmacoepigenetics and its crucial role in precision medicine
|Author||: Showkat Ahmad Ganie,Aarif Ali,Muneeb U. Rehman,Azher Arafah|
|Total Pages||: 392|
Download Pharmacogenomics Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Pharmacogenomics: From Discovery to Clinical Implementation is a complete reference aimed at building a solid foundation of the key concepts in this fast-moving knowledge area. The editors lined up a group of worldwide experts to contribute to the book. Following a consistent chapter structure, the authors cover the foundational aspects of pharmacogenomics in the first four chapters of the book that include basic concepts, drug metabolism, drug discovery and development, and testing. The second part of the book is dedicated to detailed studies of key health conditions and the potential therapeutic applications of pharmacogenomics. Diseases covered include diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, psychiatric disease, cancer, pulmonary and respiratory diseases, viral diseases, gastroenterology, autoimmune diseases, immunosuppressants, and, finally, an overview of computational resources. Pharmacogenomics: From Discovery to Clinical Implementation is the perfect resource for pharmaceutical science graduate students to learn the key concepts of the area. Researchers and graduate students in the related fields of Genetics, pharmacoepidemiology, molecular biology, and medicinal chemistry will also benefit of the structured approach of the book. Provides an in-depth review of pharmacogenomics and its role in drug discovery/metabolism and its clinical impacts Describes the practice of pharmacogenomics in the treatment of diabetes, cancers, cardiovascular diseases, psychiatric disorders, pulmonary diseases, infectious, gastroenterology, and autoimmune diseases Uses a consistent chapter structure to support understanding of the fundamental concepts in the area
|Author||: James Cheng-Chung Wei,Taisei Mushiroda,Wei-Chiao Chang|
|Publsiher||: Frontiers Media SA|
|Total Pages||: 165|
Download Big Data Pharmacogenomics and Real World Research in Pharmacology Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
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|Author||: Muntaser E. Ibrahim,Charles N. Rotimi|
|Publsiher||: Cambridge University Press|
|Total Pages||: 351|
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A pioneering work that focuses on the unique diversity of African genetics, offering insights into human biology and genetic approaches.