Handbook of Personalized Medicine

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ISBN: 9789814411196
Release Date: 2014-02-12
Number of pages: 1560
Author: Ioannis S. Vizirianakis
Publisher: CRC Press

Download and read online Handbook of Personalized Medicine in PDF and EPUB This book compiles multidisciplinary efforts to conceptualize the environment in research and clinical setting that creates the fertile ground for the practical utility of personalized medicine decisions and also enables clinical pharmacogenomics for establishing pharmacotyping in drug prescription. Its covers innovative drug formulations and nanotheranostics, molecular imaging and signatures, translational nanomedicine and informatics, stem cell therapy approaches, modeling and predictability of drug response, pharmacogenetics-guided drug prescription, pediatric drug dosing, pharmacovigilance and regulatory aspects, ethical and cost-effectiveness issues, pharmacogenomics knowledge bases, personal genome sequencing, molecular diagnostics, as well as information-based medicine.

The Handbook of Biomarkers

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ISBN: 1607616858
Release Date: 2010-02-06
Number of pages: 492
Author: Kewal K. Jain
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online The Handbook of Biomarkers in PDF and EPUB Of the thousands of biomarkers that are currently being discovered, relatively few are being validated for further applications, and the potential of a biomarker can be quite difficult to evaluate. To aid in this imperative research, Dr. Kewal K. Jain’s Handbook of Biomarkers thoroughly describes many different types of biomarkers and their discovery using various "-omics" technologies, such as proteomics and metabolomics, along with the background information needed for the evaluation of biomarkers as well as the essential procedures for their validation and use in clinical trials. With biomarkers described first according to technologies and then according to various diseases, this detailed book features the key correlations between diseases and classifications of biomarkers, which provides the reader with a guide to sort out current and future biomarkers. Comprehensive and cutting-edge, The Handbook of Biomarkers serves as a vital guide to furthering our understanding of biomarkers, which, by facilitating the combination of therapeutics with diagnostics, promise to play an important role in the development of personalized medicine, one of the most important emerging trends in healthcare today.

Biomarkers in Drug Development

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ISBN: 9781118210420
Release Date: 2011-09-20
Number of pages: 784
Author: Michael R. Bleavins
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Biomarkers in Drug Development in PDF and EPUB Discover how biomarkers can boost the success rate of drug development efforts As pharmaceutical companies struggle to improve the success rate and cost-effectiveness of the drug development process, biomarkers have emerged as a valuable tool. This book synthesizes and reviews the latest efforts to identify, develop, and integrate biomarkers as a key strategy in translational medicine and the drug development process. Filled with case studies, the book demonstrates how biomarkers can improve drug development timelines, lower costs, facilitate better compound selection, reduce late-stage attrition, and open the door to personalized medicine. Biomarkers in Drug Development is divided into eight parts: Part One offers an overview of biomarkers and their role in drug development. Part Two highlights important technologies to help researchers identify new biomarkers. Part Three examines the characterization and validation process for both drugs and diagnostics, and provides practical advice on appropriate statistical methods to ensure that biomarkers fulfill their intended purpose. Parts Four through Six examine the application of biomarkers in discovery, preclinical safety assessment, clinical trials, and translational medicine. Part Seven focuses on lessons learned and the practical aspects of implementing biomarkers in drug development programs. Part Eight explores future trends and issues, including data integration, personalized medicine, and ethical concerns. Each of the thirty-eight chapters was contributed by one or more leading experts, including scientists from biotechnology and pharmaceutical firms, academia, and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Their contributions offer pharmaceutical and clinical researchers the most up-to-date understanding of the strategies used for and applications of biomarkers in drug development.

Medicinal Chemistry Approaches to Personalized Medicine

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ISBN: 9783527677276
Release Date: 2013-11-22
Number of pages: 408
Author: Karen Lackey
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Medicinal Chemistry Approaches to Personalized Medicine in PDF and EPUB Edited by two renowned medicinal chemists who have pioneered the development of personalized therapies in their respective fields, this authoritative analysis of what is already possible is the first of its kind, and the only one to focus on drug development issues. Numerous case studies from the first generation of "personalized drugs" are presented, highlighting the challenges and opportunities for pharmaceutical development. While the majority of these examples are taken from the field of cancer treatment, other key emerging areas, such as neurosciences and inflammation, are also covered. With its careful balance of current and future approaches, this handbook is a prime knowledge source for every drug developer, and one that will remain up to date for some time to come. From the content: * Discovery of Predictive Biomarkers for Anticancer Drugs * Discovery and Development of Vemurafenib * Targeting Basal-Cell Carcinoma * G-Quadruplexes as Therapeutic Targets in Cancer * From Human Genetics to Drug Candidates: An Industrial Perspective on LRRK2 Inhibition as a Treatment for Parkinson's Disease * Therapeutic Potential of Kinases in Asthma * DNA Damage Repair Pathways and Synthetic Lethality * Medicinal Chemistry in the Context of the Human Genome and many more

Personalized Medicine

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ISBN: 1439874646
Release Date: 2016-08-26
Number of pages: 300
Author: Gualberto Ruano
Publisher: CRC Press

Download and read online Personalized Medicine in PDF and EPUB Drawn from the Biomedical Engineering Handbook, Fourth Edition, this volume presents the work of world-class experts who discuss the latest research in personalized medicine. Some of the more sharply focused material in this handbook is not included in the larger volume, allowing for specialized study of the essential principles of this growing field. Clinicians, scientists, and researchers will find this an ideal resource for detailed study of the latest recommendations for tailoring choices to individual patient needs.

The Handbook of Nanomedicine

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ISBN: 9781493969661
Release Date: 2017-03-20
Number of pages: 659
Author: Kewal K. Jain
Publisher: Humana Press

Download and read online The Handbook of Nanomedicine in PDF and EPUB Nanomedicine is defined as the application of nanobiotechnology in clinical medicine, which is currently being used to research the pathomechanism of disease, refine molecular diagnostics, and aid in the discovery, development, and delivery of drugs. In The Handbook of Nanomedicine, Third Edition, Prof. Kewal K. Jain updates, reorganizes, and replaces information in the comprehensive second edition in order to capture the most recent advances in this dynamic field. Important components of nanomedicine such as drug delivery via nanobiotechnology and nanopharmaceuticals as well as nanooncology, where the greatest number of advances are occurring, are covered extensively. As this text is aimed at nonmedical scientists, pharmaceutical personnel, as well as physicians, descriptions of the technology involved and other medical terminology are kept as clear and simple as possible. In depth and cutting-edge, The Handbook of Nanomedicine, Third Edition informs its readers of the ever-growing field of nanomedicine, destined to play a significant role in the future of healthcare.

Handbook of Targeted Cancer Therapy

Filename: handbook-of-targeted-cancer-therapy.pdf
ISBN: 9781469894584
Release Date: 2014-09-09
Number of pages: 288
Author: Daniel D. Karp
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Download and read online Handbook of Targeted Cancer Therapy in PDF and EPUB Make optimal use of the latest personalized therapeutic strategies with Handbook of Targeted Cancer Therapy! This concise, practical oncology reference examines more than 140 targeted therapy agents for which clinical trial data are available, and explains when and how you can use them to most effectively combat cancer. Approach clinical challenges from any direction with separate sections on Targets by Organ Site, Carcinogenesis from the Perspective of Targeted Therapy, Molecular Targets and Pathways, and Targeted Therapy Agents. Find information easily thanks to a color-coded format and an intuitive organization. Access the complete contents online and on mobile devices, with regular updates to include newly approved treatments. Important state of the art cancer information for caregivers, researchers, other health care professionals, and even patients

Textbook of Personalized Medicine

Filename: textbook-of-personalized-medicine.pdf
ISBN: 9781493925537
Release Date: 2015-03-17
Number of pages: 732
Author: Kewal K. Jain
Publisher: Humana Press

Download and read online Textbook of Personalized Medicine in PDF and EPUB Advances in the technology used in personalized medicine and increased applications for clinical use have created a need for this expansion and revision of Kewal K. Jain’s Textbook of Personalized Medicine. As the first definitive work on this topic, this book reviews the fundamentals and development of personalized medicine and subsequent adoptions of the concepts by the biopharmaceutical industry and the medical profession. It also discusses examples of applications in key therapeutic areas, as well as ethical and regulatory issues, providing a concise and comprehensive source of reference for those involved in healthcare management, planning and politics. Algorithms are included as a guide to those involved in the management of important diseases where decision-making is involved due to the multiple choices available. Textbook of Personalized Medicine, Second Edition will serve as a convenient source of information for physicians, scientists, decision makers in the biopharmaceutical and healthcare industries and interested members of the public.

Cancer Genetics and Genomics for Personalized Medicine

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ISBN: 9814669873
Release Date: 2016-07-31
Number of pages: 400
Author: Il-Jin Kim

Download and read online Cancer Genetics and Genomics for Personalized Medicine in PDF and EPUB This book covers almost all fields of cancer genetics and genomics for personalized medicine. Surely, the one-fits-all approach does not work anymore for disease treatment. Targeted therapy or precision medicine or personalized medicine is becoming a standard for many disease treatments including cancer. However, how much do we know about the personalized medicine approach? This book will help undergraduate/graduate students, professional researchers, and clinicians to better understand the key concept of personalized medicine.

Nanotheranostics for Personalized Medicine

Filename: nanotheranostics-for-personalized-medicine.pdf
ISBN: 9789814713542
Release Date: 2016-02-22
Number of pages: 348
Author: Simona Mura
Publisher: World Scientific

Download and read online Nanotheranostics for Personalized Medicine in PDF and EPUB The application of nanotechnology in the biomedical field, known as nanomedicine, has gained much interest in the recent past as a versatile strategy for selective drug delivery and diagnostic purposes. The nanotheranostic approach, which aims to combine both therapeutic and imaging/diagnostic functionalities, is characterized by a strong pluridisciplinarity where the chemistry of materials, bioconjugate chemistry, pharmaceutical technology, drug delivery, imaging, and pharmacology, work together. Nanotheranostics combine simultaneous non-invasive diagnosis and treatment of diseases with the exciting possibility to monitor drug release and distribution in real time; thus offering the opportunity to optimize treatment outcomes in cancer and other severe diseases. Clinical applications of nanotheranostics would enable earlier detection and treatment of diseases, and earlier assessment of the response, thus allowing to identify patients which would potentially respond to therapy and have higher possibilities of a favorable outcome. Nanotheranostics for Personalized Medicine presents an integrated and transdisciplinary description of nanotheranostics. It provides principles of imaging techniques and concrete examples of advances and challenges in the development of nanotheranostics for personalized medicine. This book is written for students (Bachelors to Doctoral level) as well as experienced researchers, in academia or the industry, interested in this emerging concept in the nanomedicine field. Contents:Combining Imaging and Drug Delivery for the Treatment of Severe Diseases (Simona Mura and Patrick Couvreur)Increased Sensitivity for Medical Imaging Using Non-Ionizing Nanomedicine as Contrast Agents (Cyrille Richard, Bich-Thuy Doan and Nathalie Mignet)MRI T2 Weighted Theranostic Nanodevices and Chemotherapy (Sophie Laurent, Luce Vander Elst, Dimitri Stanicki and Robert N Muller)MRI T1 Weighted Theranostic Nanodevices (Lucie Sancey, François Lux, Géraldine Le Duc, Sabin Carme and Olivier Tillement)Optical Imaging and Chemotherapy (Guillaume Bort, Simona Mura and Patrick Couvreur)Plasmonic Nanoparticles-Coated Microbubbles for Theranostic Applications (Mark A Borden, Jacob D Dove and Todd W Murray)Contribution of Nuclear Medicine to Cancer Nanotheranostics (Thomas Lars Andresen, Anncatrine L Petersen, Anders E Hansen and Jonas R Henriksen)Nanotheranostics in Gene Therapy (Madhura Deshpande, Shravan Kumar Sriraman and Vladimir Torchilin)Nanotheranostics in Cardiovascular Diseases (Maya Juenet, Mariana Varna, Cédric Chauvierre and Didier Letourneur)Stimuli-Responsive Nanotheranostics (Basit Yameen, Jun Wu, Critian Vilos, Andrew Whyte David Werstler, Lori Pollit and Omid C Farokhzad)Advancing the Practical Clinical Utility in Personalized Medicine: Capabilities and Lessons Learned for Pharmacology and Pharmaceutics (Ioannis S Vizirianakis, Christina Karavasili, Elsa P Amanatiadou and Dimitrios G Fatouros) Readership: Advanced undergraduates, graduates, as well as experimental researchers in academia or the industry with an interest in this emerging concept in the nanomedicine world. Key Features:This book presents an integrated and transdisciplinary description of an emerging concept in the world of nanomedicine: nanotheranosticsThis work is one of the few dedicated to nanotheranostics and its applicationsWritten by well-recognized experts in academia, this book would offer to the reader a clear overview of the progresses in the field of nanotheranostics and their fundamental contribution to the field of personalized medicineReading this book would open the way to further improvements and to the possible clinical translation of the nanotheranostics concept in the not-too-distant futureKeywords:Bioengineering;Nanomedicine & Nanobiology;Biomedical Engineering;Medical Imaging;Therapy

Handbook of Drug Monitoring Methods

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ISBN: 9781588297808
Release Date: 2007-10-23
Number of pages: 445
Author: Amitava Dasgupta
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Handbook of Drug Monitoring Methods in PDF and EPUB In Handbook of Drug Monitoring Methods: Therapeutics and Drug Abuse, authors discuss the different analytical techniques used in today’s practice of therapeutic drug monitoring and drugs of abuse as well as alcohol testing with relevant theory, mechanism, and in-depth scientific discussion on each topic. This volume is the perfect handbook and quick reference for any clinical laboratory, allowing clinicians to find the potential source of a false-positive or a false-negative result in the daily operation of a toxicology laboratory. At the same time, this book can also be used as a reference for medical technologists, supervisors, laboratory directors, clinical chemists, toxicologists, and pathologists to find in-depth cause of a potential interference and what tests can be ordered to circumvent such problem. The volume’s first half focuses on various issues of therapeutic drug monitoring. Additional chapters cover analysis of heavy metals, alcohol testing, and issues of drugs of abuse testing. These chapters are written by experts in their relative sub-specialties and also by the editor. Comprehensive and timely, Handbook of Drug Monitoring Methods: Therapeutics and Drug Abuse is the ideal text for clinicians and researchers monitoring alcohol and drug testing and other important tasks of toxicological laboratory services.

Preventive and Predictive Genetics Towards Personalised Medicine

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ISBN: 9783319153445
Release Date: 2015-06-24
Number of pages: 378
Author: Godfrey Grech
Publisher: Springer

Download and read online Preventive and Predictive Genetics Towards Personalised Medicine in PDF and EPUB Pharmacogenomics supports personalized medicine by translating genome-based knowledge into clinical practice, offering enhanced benefit for patients and health-care systems at large. Current routine practice for diagnosing and treating patients is conducted by correlating parameters such as age, gender and weight with risks and expected treatment outcomes. In the new era of personalized medicine the healthcare provider is equipped with improved ability to prevent, diagnose, treat and predict outcomes on the basis of complex information sources, including genetic and genomic data. Targeted therapy and reliable prediction of expected outcomes offer patients access to better healthcare management, by way of identifying the therapies effective for the relevant patient group, avoiding prescription of unnecessary treatment and reducing the likelihood of developing adverse drug reactions.

Handbook of the Philosophy of Medicine

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ISBN: 9401786879
Release Date: 2017-02-14
Number of pages: 1100
Author: Thomas Schramme
Publisher: Springer

Download and read online Handbook of the Philosophy of Medicine in PDF and EPUB This is the first wide-ranging, multi-authored handbook in the field of philosophy of medicine, covering the underlying conceptual issues of many important social, political and ethical issues in health care. It introduces and develops over 70 topics, concepts, and issues in the field. It is written by distinguished specialists from multiple disciplines, including philosophy, health sciences, nursing, sociology, political theory, and medicine. Many difficult social and ethical issues in health care are based on conceptual problems, most prominently on the definitions of health and disease, or on epistemological issues regarding causality or diagnosis. Philosophy is the discipline that deals with such conceptual, metaphysical, epistemological, methodological, and axiological matters. This handbook covers all the central concepts in medicine, such as ageing, death, disease, mental disorder, and well-being. It is an invaluable source for laypeople, academics with an interest in medicine, and health care specialists who want be informed and up to date with the relevant discussions. The text also advances these debates and will set the agenda for years to come.

Advancing Healthcare Through Personalized Medicine

Filename: advancing-healthcare-through-personalized-medicine.pdf
ISBN: 1498767087
Release Date: 2017
Number of pages: 167
Author: Priya Hays
Publisher: CRC Press

Download and read online Advancing Healthcare Through Personalized Medicine in PDF and EPUB This innovative book provides a unique perspective on the biomedical and societal implications of personalized medicine and how it will help mitigate the healthcare crisis and rein in ever-growing expenditure. It introduces the reader to underlying concepts at the heart of personalized medicine - pharmacogenomics, targeted therapies and individualized diagnosis and treatment - and shows how, with the advent of genomic technologies, clinicians will have the capability to predict and diagnose disease more efficiently. Advocating a patient-centred approach at the heart of care, this introduction to personalized medicine, the science behind it, its economic effects, its effects upon patients and its overall implications for society will be invaluable to clinicians, to healthcare providers and to patients.

Handbook of Clinical Audiology

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ISBN: 1451191634
Release Date: 2014-09-19
Number of pages: 992
Author: Jack Katz
Publisher: Lww

Download and read online Handbook of Clinical Audiology in PDF and EPUB This text and reference offers scientific, clinical and philosophical insights regarding current issues and procedures in audiology, incorporating the most recent material in the physiology, assessment, diagnosis and management of hearing disorders.