Cancer Bioinformatics: From Therapy Design to Treatment

Cancer Bioinformatics: From Therapy Design to Treatment

Editor(s): Sylvia Nagl

Published Online: 16 MAY 2006

Print ISBN: 9780470863046

Online ISBN: 9780470032893

DOI: 10.1002/0470032898

About this Book

"The development and application of bioinformatics tools to basic and translational cancer research is, in fact, a rapidly expanding field that deserves a timely review. Therefore, a publication of this type is needed. The editors have done an excellent job in recruiting well-established scientists to author the various chapters of the book."
-Dieter Naf, Jackson Laboratory, USA

Cancer bioinformatics is now emerging as a new interdisciplinary field, which is facilitating an unprecedented synthesis of knowledge arising from the life and clinical sciences.

This groundbreaking title provides a comprehensive and up-to-date account of the enormous range of bioinformatics for cancer therapy development from the laboratory to clinical trials. It functions as a guide to integrated data exploitation and synergistic knowledge discovery, and support the consolidation of the interdisciplinary research community involved.

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: Cancer Systems

  2. Part II: In silico Models

  3. Part III: In vivo Models

    1. Chapter 8

      The Mouse Tumour Biology Database: an Online Resource for Mouse Models of Human Cancer (pages 141–153)

      Carol J. Bult, Debra M. Krupke, Matthew J. Vincent, Theresa Allio, John P. Sundberg, Igor Mikaelian and Janan T. Eppig

  4. Part IV: Data

    1. Chapter 10

      The FAPESP/LICR Human Cancer Genome Project: Perspectives on Integration (pages 169–184)

      Ricardo Brentani, Anamaria A. Camargo, Helena Brentani and Sandro J. De Souza

  5. Part V: Ethics

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