Challenges In Delivery Of Therapeutic Genomics And Proteomics by Ambikanandan MisraChallenges In Delivery Of Therapeutic Genomics And Proteomics by Ambikanandan Misra

Challenges In Delivery Of Therapeutic Genomics And Proteomics

byAmbikanandan MisraEditorAmbikanandan Misra

Hardcover | September 10, 2010

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Delivery of therapeutic proteomics and genomics represent an important area of drug delivery research. Genomics and proteomics approaches could be used to direct drug development processes by unearthing pathways involved in disease pathogenesis where intervention may be most successful.

This book describes the basics of genomics and proteomics and highlights the various chemical, physical and biological approaches to protein and gene delivery.



  • Covers a diverse array of topics from basic sciences to therapeutic applications of proteomics and genomics delivery
  • Of interest to researchers in both academia and industry
  • Highlights what's currently known and where further research is needed
Title:Challenges In Delivery Of Therapeutic Genomics And ProteomicsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:686 pages, 6 × 9 × 0.98 inPublished:September 10, 2010Publisher:Elsevier ScienceLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0123849640

ISBN - 13:9780123849649

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Table of Contents

1. The Cell

2. Gene Delivery Challenges and Opportunities

3. Physical Methods of Gene Delivery

4. Gene Delivery Using Chemical Methods

5. Gene Delivery Using Viral Vectors

6. Applications of Gene Therapy

7. Antisense Oligonucleotides and Rna Interference

8. Proteomics

9. Protein and Peptide Delivery Through Respiratory Pathway

10. Oral Delivery of Proteins and Peptides: Concepts and Applications

11: PARENTERAL DELIVERY OF PEPTIDES AND PROTEINS

12. Other Routes of Protein and Peptide Delivery: Transdermal, Topical, Uterine and Rectal