MicroRNAs in Medicine by Charles H. Lawrie
By Charles H. Lawrie
MicroRNAs in Medicine provides an entry element into the present literature on microRNA for either scientists and clinicians, with an up to date examine what's occurring within the rising box of microRNAs and their relevance to drugs. every one bankruptcy is a complete assessment, with descriptions of the most recent microRNA study written by way of foreign leaders of their box. beginning with an advent to what microRNAs are and the way they functionality, the publication is going directly to discover the function of microRNAs in basic physiological features, infectious illnesses, non-infectious illnesses, melanoma, circulating microRNAs as non-invasive biomarkers, and eventually their capability as novel therapeutics.
Including historical past details at the box in addition to stories of the newest study breakthroughs, MicroRNAs in Medicine is a one-stop resource of data to fulfill the experts and non-specialists alike, attractive to scholars, researchers, and clinicians drawn to figuring out the potential for microRNAs in medication and research.
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