Clinical Aspects of Electroporation by Stephen T. KeeClinical Aspects of Electroporation by Stephen T. Kee

Clinical Aspects of Electroporation

EditorStephen T. Kee, Julie Gehl, Edward W. Lee

Hardcover | April 12, 2011

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Electroporation is the forefront in tumor ablation. This book presents the basic principles and clinical applications of electroporation, including the latest research results and patient data. A comprehensive approach to the basic science behind the development of this ground-breaking technique and its introduction into clinical practice, the book discusses the entire spectrum of currently available reversible treatments, the emerging irreversible applications, and their impact on patient care. Clinical Aspects of Electroporation is the first book intended for clinicians on this extremely important and rapidly developing field.
Title:Clinical Aspects of ElectroporationFormat:HardcoverDimensions:268 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0.01 inPublished:April 12, 2011Publisher:Springer New YorkLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1441983627

ISBN - 13:9781441983626

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Table of Contents

1) Introductory 1 Introduction to Electroporation Edward W. Lee, Julie Gehl, Stephen T. Kee2 Electroporation and cellular physiology Hanne Gissel, Raphael C. Lee, Julie Gehl3 The cell in the electric field Tadej Kotnik, Gorazd Pucihar, Damijan Miklavcic4 Understanding Electric Fields for Clinical Use Faisal Mahmood5 Generators and Applicators - Equipment for Electroporation Lasse Staal, Richard Gilbert2)Electrochemotherapy  6 Cell electropermeabilization and cellular uptake of small molecules: the electrochemotherapy concept Aude Silve, Lluis M. Mir7 Vascular-disrupting action of electrochemotherapy: mode of action and therapeutic implications Gregor Sersa, Maja Cemazar 8 Electrochemotherapy of small tumors; the experience from the ESOPE (European Standard Operating Procedures for Electrochemotherapy) group Gregor Sersa, Julie Gehl, Jean-Remy Garbay, Declan Soden, Gerald C. O'Sullivan, Louise W. Matthiessen, Marko Snoj, Lluis M. Mir9 Electrochemotherapy for larger malignant tumorsLouise W. Matthiessen, Tobian Muir, Julie Gehl10 Cell electroporation in bone tissue Fini M, Tschon M, Alberghini M, Bianchi G, Mercuri M, Campanacci L, Cavani F, Ronchetti M, De Terlizzi F, Cadossi R11 Drug and Gene electrotransfer to the brain Birgit Agerholm-Larsen, Mette Linnert, Helle K. Iversen,  Julie Gehl12 Minimally invasive intraluminal tumor ablation Patrick F Forde, Michael G Bourke, Slawomir Salwa, Gerald C O' Sullivan, Declan M Soden3) Gene Electrotransfer  13 Electrotransfer of plasmid DNA J.M. Escoffre, M.P. Rols, David A. Dean14 Gene Electrotransfer to Tumor Loree C. Heller, Richard Heller15 Gene electrotransfer to lung David A. Dean16 Gene electrotransfer to muscle tissue; moving into clinical usePernille Hojman17 Gene electrotransfer to skin Anita Gothelf, Julie Gehl18 Electroporation-mediated DNA vaccination Paolo Fagone, Devon J. Shedlock, Stephen Kemmerer , Dietmar Rabussay,  David B. Weiner4) Irreversible Electroporation  19 Irreversible Electroporation (IRE) on Liver Tumor Ablation: A Summary of Preclinical Translational Research Edward W. Lee, Daphne Wong, Stephen T. Kee20 Translational Research on Irreversible Electroporation - VX2 Rabbit Head and Neck Daphne Wong, Edward W. Lee, Cassidy H. Tran, Stephen T. Kee21 Clinical Research on Irreversible Electroporation of the Liver Ken Thomson, Stephen T. Kee

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From the reviews:"This book is focused on providing the reader with a concise yet thorough summary of the recent breakthroughs in the field of electroporation. . The book is overall well structured and easy to follow. The book can be used in part as an excellent reference work for biomedical engineers, scientists, and clinicians. . provide as much information as possible to researchers interested in adopting electroporation techniques. . it is definitely a book worth having as a reference." (Enrico P. Spugnini, BioMedical Engineering OnLine, Issue 10, 2011)