4 edition of Parasites, molecular biology, drug and vaccine design found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors: Nina Agabian, Anthony Cerami.|
|Series||UCLA symposia on molecular and cellular biology ;, new ser., v. 130|
|Contributions||Agabian, Nina., Cerami, Anthony, 1940-, University of California, Los Angeles.|
|LC Classifications||RM412 .U25 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 504 p. :|
|Number of Pages||504|
|LC Control Number||89070682|
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This book is the conference proceedings of a UCLA Symposium on molecular and cellular biology held in Colorado, USA, in April There is no introduction and, apart from a broad grouping of papers into topics, there molecular biology little obvious structure to the book.
Volume 1: Vaccines for Human Diseases has an introductory section on how vaccines impacted diseases, the immunological mechanism of vaccines, future challenges for vaccinologists, and current trends in vaccinology. The design of human vaccines for viral, bacterial, fungal, parasitic and prion diseases as well as vaccines for drug abuse, allergy, and tumor vaccines are also described in this.
This collection of papers examines the mechanisms which allow parasites to survive and interact in a host environment, focusing on how understanding of host-parasite interactions aids the development of strategies for vaccine design and applied research in clinical diagnostics.
A valuable, new source, Parasites Medical Parasitology is the only text of its kind -- one that applies broad concepts and current scientific advances from both molecular biology and biochemistry to the study of parasitic organisms.
An internationally renowned team of scientists and physicians places parasites in their broad biological contexts. As a post-doctoral fellow he spent three years in the parasitology and tropical disease laboratory of Prof.
James H. McKerrow at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). Within the Molecular Design Institute at UCSF Dr. Selzer was introduced to modern drug discovery approaches and technologies. This heavily illustrated text teaches parasitology from a biological perspective.
It combines classical descriptive biology of parasites with modern cell and molecular biology approaches, and also addresses parasite evolution and ecology. Parasites found in mammals, non-mammalian vertebrates, and invertebrates are systematically treated, incorporating the latest knowledge about their cell and.
The design of human vaccines for viral, bacterial, fungal, parasitic and prion diseases as well as vaccines for drug abuse, allergy, and tumor vaccines are also described in this volume. As a volume in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series, chapters contain introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible.
This text provides a practical guide providing step-by-step protocol to design and develop vaccines. Chapters detail protocols for developing novel vaccines against infectious bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites for humans and animals.
In book: Molecular Cloning - Selected Applications in Medicine and Biology The recent development of synthetic genomics may provide a further opportunity to design vaccines. In order to. The first three chapters in the text are concerned with how parasites 'work,' their biochemistry, molecular and cell biology and physiology.
The remaining chapters cover ecology and epidemiology, immunology and chemotherapy, with the final chapter covering integrated control. This text provides a practical guide providing step-by-step protocol to design and develop vaccines.
Chapters detail protocols for developing novel vaccines against infectious bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites for humans and : Paperback.
The ultimate goal of these studies will be the identification of targets for the design of drugs, diagnostics, and vaccines. In addition, the accessibility of some of these parasites to multiple genetic manipulations have transformed them in model systems in cell and molecular biology studies that could lead to the understanding of basic biological processes, as well as their evolution and pathogenesis.
This heavily illustrated text teaches parasitology from a biological perspective. It combines classical descriptive biology of parasites with modern cell and molecular biology approaches, and also addresses parasite evolution and ecology.
Parasites found in mammals, non-mammalian. Plasmodium parasites are the causative agent of malaria, a disease that kills approximatelyindividuals annually, with the majority of deaths occurring in children under the age of 5 years and the development of a malaria vaccine is a global health dium parasites undergo a complex life cycle requiring numerous diverse protein families.
Title(s): Parasites, molecular biology, drug and vaccine design: proceedings of a UCLA Symposium held at Keystone, Colorado, April/ editors: Nina Agabian, Anthony Cerami.
Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York: Wiley-Liss, c Parasites: molecular biology, drug and vaccine design: proceedings of a UCLA symposium held at Keystone, Colorado, April/ ed. Nina Agabian, Anthony Ceramy Date: Editeur / Publisher: New York [etc]: Wiley-Liss, The study of parasitic organisms at the molecular level has yielded fascinating new insights of great medical, social, and economical importance, and has pointed the way for the treatment and prevention of the diseases they cause.
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Parasites presents an up-to-date account of this modern scientific discipline in a manner that allows and encourages the reader. Vaccines, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal.
Directeur de Recherche INSERM, Group leader «Sex differences in Immunity», Centre de Physiopathologie de Toulouse-Purpan, INSERM UMR - CNRS UMR - Université Toulouse III, CHU Purpan - BP, Toulouse Cedex 3. Human Vaccines: Emerging Technologies in Design and Development discusses the advances in molecular biology, biophysics, and informatics-among other.
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For centuries, malaria parasites have successfully evaded the biological defenses of their human hosts. Researchers are perplexed by the complexity of these organisms, and many questions remain unanswered.
By the yearadvances in the field of parasite biology will have exposed many of the complex biochemical mechanisms that allow this evasion to occur.