Hardcover: 423 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.02 x 9.66 x 7.12 Publisher: Vch Verlagsgesellschaft Mbh; (May 2003) **** 해외주문도서입니다. 10일정도 소요예정입니다.******
Short descriptionThis book is the very first one focusing on the proteomic and genomic analysis of cardiovascular disease, the number one killer in the industrial world. Organized in two parts the book describes the potentials but also the limitations of these technologies. The various strategies and technical aspects that will assist the growing number of researchers in the cardiovascular area attempting to utilize these approaches are highlighted.
From the contentsGENOMICSLarge scale expression profiling in cardiovascular disease using microarrays: prospects and pitfallsGlobal Genomic Analyses of Cardiovascular Disease: A Potential Map or Blind Alley?Heart Failure: A Genomics PerspectiveExperimental application of the genomic microarray analysis of both human and animal models of heart failureGene Profiling in the Heart by Subtractive HybridizationDNA Mircoarray Gene Profiling: A Tool for the Elucidation of Cardioprotective GenesPitfalls Associated With cDNA Microarrays; A Cautionary TaleApplication of Biologic Skepticism to Analysis of Expression PhenotypesGenes involved in atherosclerosis and plaque formationPROTEOMICSProteomics of the Cardiovascular Disease - A Step Beyond GenomicsMass spectrometry - A Powerful Analytical ToolDifferential Expression Proteomic Analysis Using Isotope Coded Affinity TagsProtein chip technology in proteomics analysisRecent Applications of Functional Proteomics: investigations in smooth muscle cell physiologyGene Expression Profiling in Pulmonary and Systemic Vascular Cells Exposed to Biomechanical StimuliIdentification of Targets of Phosphorylation in Heart MitochondriaProteomic Characterization of Protein Kinase C Signaling Tasks in the HeartIdentification of Secreted Oxidative Stress-Induced Factors (SOXF) and Associated Proteins: Proteomics in Vascular BiologyMyofilament proteomics: understanding contractile dysfunction in cardiorespiratory diseaseFUTURE PERSPECTIVESGenomics Perspective for Drug DiscoveryProteomics: A Post-Genomic Platform for Drug Discovery and Development