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Gene and Cell Therapy


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Gene and cell therapies provide useful therapeutics for numerous diseases and disorders, particularly for those that have no other effective treatment including drugs. The Gene and Cell Therapy book series will cover all current topics in gene and cell therapies and their supporting disciplines including basic research discoveries through to clinical applications. Because these fields are extremely broad, the Series Editors anticipate publishing numerous books over the years that each provide an in depth coverage of a focused topic. Furthermore, ongoing topics of high interest could potentially have subsequent editions if warranted.

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Therapeutic Applications of Adenoviruses

Therapeutic Applications of Adenoviruses

Philip Ng, Nicola Brunetti-Pierri
December 21, 2016

Adenoviruses are double stranded DNA viruses that have been used to study the process of DNA replication. Studies of the mode of action of adenovirally produced tumors in rodents led to the discovery of tumour supressor genes. The adenoviral vector is now the most used vector in clinical gene...

Regenerative Medicine Technology: On-a-Chip Applications for Disease Modeling, Drug Discovery and Personalized Medicine

Regenerative Medicine Technology: On-a-Chip Applications for Disease Modeling, Drug Discovery and Personalized Medicine

Sean V. Murphy, Anthony Atala
December 13, 2016

Miniaturization in the fields of chemistry and molecular biology has resulted in the "lab-on-a-chip." Such systems are micro-fabricated devices capable of handling extremely small fluid volumes facilitating the scaling of single or multiple lab processes down to a microchip-sized format. The...

Cellular Therapy for Neurological Injury

Cellular Therapy for Neurological Injury

Charles S. Cox, Jr.
February 24, 2016

Cellular Therapy for Neurological Injury discusses the current status of cellular therapy for neurological disorders. The primary areas of focus include traumatic brain injury, stroke (ischemic and hemorrhagic), and spinal cord injury. The book explores cell therapy approaches to these and other...

Placenta: The Tree of Life

Placenta: The Tree of Life

Ornella Parolini
February 17, 2016

Long regarded as biological waste, the placenta is gaining momentum as a viable product for clinical use. Due to their unique properties, placental cells and derivatives show great promise in curing various diseases. Utilizing contributions from world-renowned experts, Placenta: The Tree of Life...

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