A Clinical Compendium
Exosomes in Health and Disease: A Research and Clinical Compendium serves as a key reference source for research scientists who want to know more about new diagnostics and more effective therapeutics. Evidence is accumulating that these cell-derived vesicles in eukaryotic fluids have specialized functions and play a key role in physical processes, ranging from coagulation, to intercellular signaling and beyond. There is growing interest in clinical applications, with potential usage in prognosis and therapy, and as biomarkers for health and disease.
The exosome revolution may well be the greatest advance in physiology and medicine since antibiotics, hence this timely resource on the topic is a welcome addition to any researcher's war chest.
- Provides readers with a general overview on exosomes
- Summarizes laboratory findings and their applications in health and pathological conditions, offering readers a solid foundation of findings
- Edited, and authored by, a global team of experts in each relevant discipline, thus presenting a complete story on exosome biology
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Serves as a key reference source for research scientists who want to know more about new diagnostics and more effective therapeutics