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Aptamers: Tools for Nanotherapy and Molecular Imaging

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by Rakesh N. Veedu
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Aptamers: Tools for Nanotherapy and Molecular Imaging by Rakesh N. Veedu

Aptamers, often termed as 'chemical antibodies,' are an emerging class of synthetic ligands for efficient target-specific molecular recognition. The objective of this book is to highlight recent advances and potential of aptamers in various disease conditions. . This book focuses on the applications of aptamers in targeted nanotherapy, detection, and in molecular imaging in various disease conditions such as cancer, neurological diseases and infectious diseases.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 386
Size: 12.4 MB
Publisher: Pan Stanford
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 9789814669849 (DRM-PDF)

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