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Gene-profiling technologies and the concept of individualized medicine are leading to the development of drugs with enhanced specificity. This promises to lead to more effective treatment of diseases with reduced risk of side effects. Gene Profiling in Drug Design provides insights from leaders in the pure sciences, biotechnology, and other.
Gene profiling in drug design. by Brett A. Lidbury and Suresh Mahalingam. CRC / Taylor & Francis pages. A perspective on the future clinical impact of genetic diagnosis and gene-based drug therapies for patient health / Julian W. Tang --Virally encoded microRNA Gene profiling in drug design book candidates for gene silencing / Ralph A.
Tripp [and others] --Development of gene profile-responsive antisense agents / Sergei A. Kazakov and Brian H.
Johnston --Gene profiles in. Get this from a library. Gene profiles in drug design. [Brett A Lidbury; Suresh Mahalingam;] -- Featuring contributions from leaders in the pharmaceutical industry, "Gene Profiles in Drug Design" explores the processes and technologies that yield gene profile based drugs.
Each chapter focuses. A drug that interferes with this receptor may prevent or treat breast cancer. In developing a drug, one may perform gene expression profiling experiments to help assess the drug's toxicity, perhaps by looking for changing levels in the expression of cytochrome P genes.
DOI link for Gene Profiles in Drug Design. Gene Profiles in Drug Design book. Edited By Brett A. Lidbury, Suresh Mahalingam. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 10 July Gene-profiling technologies and the concept of individualized medicine are leading to the development of drugs with enhanced : Brett A.
Lidbury, Suresh Mahalingam. Gene expression profiling has helped in the better understanding of breast cancer biology.
Among the applications of gene profiling in breast cancer are the subclassification of breast cancer, disease prognosis, prediction of response to therapy, and specialization of therapy based on the hos.
Breast cancer is composed of multiple subtypes Author: Katerina Pierouli, Thanasis Mitsis, Eleni Papakonstantinou, Dimitrios Vlachakis. This chapter discusses the camptothecins for drug design, cancer cell death and gene targeting. Camptothecin (CPT) was originally discovered in the early s, by Wani's group at the NCI, from an extract of the bark of the Chinese tree Camptotheca acuminata – a common deciduous tree used for ages in traditional Chinese medicine.
Gene profiling can also investigate the effect of drug-like molecules on cellular response. You could identify the gene markers of drug metabolism, or determine whether cells express genes known to be involved in response to toxic environments when exposed to the drug .
Gene profiling can also be used as a diagnostic tool. The ultimate goal of gene expression profiling is to help the oncologist design an individualized treatment plan with maximum benefit and minimum toxicity through the use of predictive markers.
Unlike the numerous prognostic indicators being developed as described above, there are very few models predictive for therapy that are by: Clinical Trials of Precision Medicine through Molecular Profiling: Focus on Breast Cancer.
such as gene-expression profiling and next-generation sequencing, are expanding our knowledge of the molecular landscapes of several cancer types.
and (6) adaptive design trials. This article provides an overview of the challenges for clinical Cited by: Title: Monitoring Therapy with Gene Expression Profiling Reveals Physiological Differences in Drug Action VOLUME: 10 ISSUE: 16 Author(s):S.
Wolfl, A. Burchert and T. Kroll Affiliation:AG Molekularbiologie, Klinik für Innere Medizin II, Klinikum der Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Erlanger AlleeJena, Germany. Keywords:gene expression profiling, tyrosine kinase inhibitor Cited by: 4.
Structure- and Ligand-Based Approaches. Author: Kenneth M. Merz, Jr,Dagmar Ringe,Charles H. Reynolds; Publisher: Cambridge University Press ISBN: Category: Medical Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This book provides a complete snapshot of various experimental approaches to structure-based and ligand-based drug design and is illustrated with more than images.
Title: Gene Expression Profiling and its Practice in Drug Development VOLUME: 8 ISSUE: 4 Author(s): Murty V. Chengalvala, Vargheese M. Chennathukuzhi, Cited by: Early characterization of toxicity and efficacy would significantly impact the overall productivity of pharmaceutical RD and reduce drug candidate attrition and failure.
By describing the available platforms and weighing their relative advantages and disadvantages, including microarray data analysis, Genomics in Drug Discovery and Development introduces readers to the biomarker.
Drug-Like Properties: Concepts, Structure Design and Methods from ADME to Toxicity Optimization, Second Edition, provides scientists and students the background and tools to understand, discover, and develop optimal clinical candidates.
This valuable resource explores physiochemical properties, including solubility and permeability, before. ORIGINAL ARTICLE Integrating Clinical Phenotype and Gene Expression Data to Prioritize Novel Drug Uses H Paik1,2, B Chen1,2, M Sirota1,2, D Hadley1,2 and AJ Butte1,2* Drug repositioning has been based largely on genomic signatures of drugs and by: 4.
Molecular docking has always been and will be on the forefront of developments in the eminent field of drug design and medicinal chemistry.
At the early days, drug discovery was based on blackboard drawings and expert intuition. However, as times move on, the amount of available information and overall knowledge base that needs to be analyzed cannot be processed manually.
This, coupled by. Pharmaceutical Perspectives of Cancer Therapeutics presents a comprehensive yet easy-to-follow review of the principles, current progress and state-of-the-art of cancer therapeutics. The complexity of cancer demands an integrated understanding from both cancer biology and pharmaceutical dosage forms and drug delivery in order to warrant a successful therapeutic regimen.
Over the past month, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved two tests to identify genetic alterations in tumors. The most recent approval, on December 1, is the FoundationOne CDx (F1CDx) genomic test, which can identify cancer-associated alterations in genes and two types of genomic alterations—called genomic signatures—in any type of solid tumor.
Gene set enrichment analysis (GSEA) (also functional enrichment analysis) is a method to identify classes of genes or proteins that are over-represented in a large set of genes or proteins, and may have an association with disease method uses statistical approaches to identify significantly enriched or depleted groups of genes.
The book focuses on protein allostery in drug discovery. Allosteric regulation, ʹthe second secret of lifeʹ, fine-tunes virtually most biological processes and controls physiological activities.
Allostery can both cause human diseases and contribute to development of new therapeutics.Rational drug design and in vitro pharmacology profiling constitute the gold standard in drug development pipelines. Problems arise, however, because this process is often difficult due to limited information regarding the complete identification of a molecule’s biological activities.
The increasing affordability of genome-wide next-generation technologies now provides an excellent.