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by Paul D. Robbins

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Author: Paul D. Robbins
ISBN: 0896033074
ISBN13: 978-0896033078
Language: English
Publisher: Humana Pr Inc (January 1, 1997)
Pages: 432
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Gene Therapy Protocols.

Gene Therapy Protocols. J o h n M. Walker, SeRies EDzroR. No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, microfilming, recording, or otherwise without written permission from the Publisher. Methods in Molecular MedicineTM is a trademark of The Humana Press Inc.

The easily reproducible methods range from those for specific viral and nonviral for both genetic and acquired diseases, to those concerned with gene delivery to particular tissues. Methods for applying specific therapeutic systems, such as ribozymes and tumor supressor genes for the treatment of AIDS and cancer, are also included in this authoritative collection.

Methods in Molecular Medicine. Gene Therapy Protocols

Methods in Molecular Medicine. Gene Therapy Protocols. Gene Therapy Protocols is the first major collection of the methods needed for successful gene delivery and subsequent in vivo gene expression, techniques at the center of the many and significant recent advances in the treatment of both genetic and acquired diseases. It will surely become today's indispensable standard reference source for all scientists working to realize the promises of gene therapy.

These methods range from those in which new molecular conjugates show great promise for targeting gene transfer and regulating transgene expression, to those used in such exciting applications as the delivery of therapeutic proteins, vaccination, and tissue engineering.

Series: Methods in Molecular Medicine (Book 7). Hardcover: 448 pages.

ISBN-13: 978-3540762836. Series: Methods in Molecular Medicine (Book 7).

Gene Therapy Protocols book. Gene Therapy Protocols (Methods in Molecular Medicine). 0896034844 (ISBN13: 9780896034846).

The promise of gene therapy can be realized only if workable vectors can be found to deliver therapeutic genes. Series: Methods in Molecular Medicine (Book 76).

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Since the completion of the Human Genome Project, technology has developed markedly in fields such as medical genetics and genetic counseling in the medical arena.

How we measure 'reads'. Since the completion of the Human Genome Project, technology has developed markedly in fields such as medical genetics and genetic counseling in the medical arena. In particular, this technology has advanced the discovery of and ways of understanding various genes responsible for genetic diseases, and genetic polymorphisms thought to be associated with disease.

Modern techniques in molecular biology and cell biology will probably make gene therapy, . For genetic diseases the treatment will involve the transfer of a functional copy of the defect gene. The strategy for treatment of cancer may include the transfer of genes that induce the death of cancer cells via toxic molecules, and genes that enhance the immune response to tumour cells.

In Gene Therapy Protocols, leading researchers describe in detail all the essential molecular methods for developing gene transfer systems, along with the methods for introducing genes into specific tissue types either in vivo or ex vivo. These easily reproducible methods range from those for specific viral and nonviral delivery systems, to those concerned with gene delivery to particular tissues. Methods for applying specific therapeutic systems, such as ribozymes and tumor suppressor genes for the treatment of AIDS and cancer, are also included in this authoritative collection.Gene Therapy Protocols is the first major collection of the methods needed for successful gene delivery and subsequent in vivo gene expression, techniques at the center of the many and significant recent advances in the treatment of both genetic and acquired diseases. It will surely become today's indispensable standard reference source for all scientists working to realize the promises of gene therapy.
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