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9781860947964 - Renaissance of Sickle Cell Disease Research in the Genome Era - Buch
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Renaissance of Sickle Cell Disease Research in the Genome Era (?)

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Renaissance of Sickle Cell Disease Research in the Genome Era: The Human Genome Project has spawned a Renaissance of research faced with the daunting expectation of personalized medicine for individuals with sickle cell disease in the Genome Era. This book offers a comprehensive and timeless account of emerging concepts in clinical and basic science research, and community concerns of health disparity to educate professionals, students and the general public about meeting this challenging expectation. Contributions from physicians, research scientists, scientific administrators and community workers make Renaissance of Sickle Cell Disease Research in the Genome Era unique among the catalogue of books on this genetic disorder.Part 1 offers detailed review of the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute&#x27 s leadership role in funding sickle cell research, as well as developing progressive research initiatives and the predicted impact of the Human Genome Project. Part 2 gives an account of several clinical research perspectives based on the Cooperative Study of Sickle Cell Disease. These include recommendations for newborn screening, pain management, stroke, transfusion therapy and pediatric and adult healthcare. Part 3 offers novel insights into basic science research progress and the impact of the Human Genome Project on the direction of hemoglobinopathy research, including hemoglobin switching, bone marrow transplantation and gene therapy. Part 4 engages the reader in a culture-based discussion of the stigma attached to sickle cell disease in the African American community and the apprehensions about genetic research in this community. It concludes with a global perspective on sickle cell disease from African, European and American experiences. For readers seeking a definitive account of sickle cell disease appropriate for students, researchers and community workers, this collaborative effort is an ideal textbook.Contents:Sickle Cell Disease: Demystifying the Beginnings (C Reid &#x26 G Rodgers)Sponsorship of Sickle Cell Disease Research by the National Institutes of Health: A Brief History and Projections for the Future (G L Evans &#x26 D G Badman)The Human Genome Project (B S Pace)Sickle Cell Disease: A Phenotypic Patchwork (K Smith-Whitley &#x26 B S Pace)Preventive Care and Advances in the Treatment of Sickle Cell Disease (C T Quinn &#x26 G R Buchanan)Sickle Cell Disease in Adults (J Haynes, Jr. &#x26 A Pack-Mabien)Pain in Sickle Cell Disease: A Multidimensional Construct (L J Benjamin &#x26 R Payne)Transfusion Therapy in Sickle Cell Disease (C Hoppe et al.)Hemoglobin S Polymerization, Just the Beginning (F A Ferrone)Damage to the Red Blood Cell Membrane in Sickle Cell Disease (S R Goodman &#x26 C Joiner)Fetal Hemoglobin for What Ails Sickle Hemoglobin (S F Ofori-Acquah &#x26 B S Pace)Genetic Modulation of Sickle Cell Disease (M H Steinberg &#x26 L T Swee)Molecular Framework of Hemoglobin Switching (S Fiering)Dynamic Nucleoprotein Structure of the &#xDF -Globin Locus: Establishing a Rational Molecular Basis for the Therapeutic Modulation of Hemoglobin Switching (E Bresnick et al.)Vertebrate Models for Sickle Cell Disease Research (B H Paw et al.)Stem Cell Biology (W Li &#x26 A W Flake)Bone Marrow Transplantation (R I Raphael &#x26 M C Walters)Genetically Engineered Cures: Gene Therapy for Sickle Cell Disease (P Malik &#x26 P Leboulch)Sickle Cell Disease: The Past, Present and Future Social and Ethical Dilemmas (V L Bonham, Jr. et al.)It Takes a Village to Cure Sickle Cell Disease (R Peterson &#x26 D Davis-Maye)Beyond National Borders: A Global Perspective on Advances in Sickle Cell Disease Research and Management, and New Challenges in the Genome Era (S F Ofori-Acquah &#x26 K Ohene-Frempong)Readership: Primary market: Clinical and basic researchers in haematology and genetics, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows Secondary market: Nursing students, community sickle cell programs, medical school libraries, public library Tertiary market: Suitable for a graduate course in genetics, genomics as a supplemental text, probably not a primary text. Ebook
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The Human Genome Project has spawned a Renaissance of research faced with the daunting expectation of personalized medicine for individuals with sickle cell disease in the Genome Era. This book offers a comprehensive and timeless account of emerging concepts in clinical and basic science research, and community concerns of health disparity to educate professionals, students and the general public about meeting this challenging expectation. Contributions from physicians, research scientists, scientific administrators and community workers make Renaissance of Sickle Cell Disease Research in the Genome Era unique among the catalogue of books on this genetic disorder.Part 1 offers detailed review of the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute's leadership role in funding sickle cell research, as well as developing progressive research initiatives and the predicted impact of the Human Genome Project. Part 2 gives an account of several clinical research perspectives based on the Cooperative Study of Sickle Cell Disease. These include recommendations for newborn screening, pain management, stroke, transfusion therapy and pediatric and adult healthcare. Part 3 offers novel insights into basic science research progress and the impact of the Human Genome Project on the direction of hemoglobinopathy research, including hemoglobin switching, bone marrow transplantation and gene therapy. Part 4 engages the reader in a culture-based discussion of the stigma attached to sickle cell disease in the African American community and the apprehensions about genetic research in this community. It concludes with a global perspective on sickle cell disease from African, European and American experiences. For readers seeking a definitive account of sickle cell disease appropriate for students, researchers and community workers, this collaborative effort is an ideal textbook.Contents:Sickle Cell Disease: Demystifying the Beginnings (C Reid & G Rodgers)Sponsorship of Sickle Cell Disease Research by the National Institutes of Health: A Brief History and Projections for the Future (G L Evans & D G Badman)The Human Genome Project (B S Pace)Sickle Cell Disease: A Phenotypic Patchwork (K Smith-Whitley & B S Pace)Preventive Care and Advances in the Treatment of Sickle Cell Disease (C T Quinn & G R Buchanan)Sickle Cell Disease in Adults (J Haynes, Jr. & A Pack-Mabien)Pain in Sickle Cell Disease: A Multidimensional Construct (L J Benjamin & R Payne)Transfusion Therapy in Sickle Cell Disease (C Hoppe et al.)Hemoglobin S Polymerization, Just the Beginning (F A Ferrone)Damage to the Red Blood Cell Membrane in Sickle Cell Disease (S R Goodman & C Joiner)Fetal Hemoglobin for What Ails Sickle Hemoglobin (S F Ofori-Acquah & B S Pace)Genetic Modulation of Sickle Cell Disease (M H Steinberg & L T Swee)Molecular Framework of Hemoglobin Switching (S Fiering)Dynamic Nucleoprotein Structure of the ß-Globin Locus: Establishing a Rational Molecular Basis for the Therapeutic Modulation of Hemoglobin Switching (E Bresnick et al.)Vertebrate Models for Sickle Cell Disease Research (B H Paw et al.)Stem Cell Biology (W Li & A W Flake)Bone Marrow Transplantation (R I Raphael & M C Walters)Genetically Engineered Cures: Gene Therapy for Sickle Cell Disease (P Malik & P Leboulch)Sickle Cell Disease: The Past, Present and Future Social and Ethical Dilemmas (V L Bonham, Jr. et al.)It Takes a Village to Cure Sickle Cell Disease (R Peterson & D Davis-Maye)Beyond National Borders: A Global Perspective on Advances in Sickle Cell Disease Research and Management, and New Challenges in the Genome Era (S F Ofori-Acquah & K Ohene-Frempong)Readership: Primary market: Clinical and basic researchers in haematology and genetics, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows; Secondary market: Nursing students, community sickle cell programs, medical school libraries, public library; Tertiary market: Suitable for a graduate course in genetics, genomics as a supplemental text, probably not a primary text.
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