Henry Stewart Talks: New for May!

This month’s release to The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection includes the launch of a new series titled Gene-drives and Active Genetics, which will explore various techniques including the latest CRISP-CAS9 generation, their clinical and research applications and their future potential. The series opens with talks on Population modification of malaria vector mosquitoes, Ecological considerations for gene drive systems, Guidance for responsible testing and implementation of gene-drive systems, and more.

Additional talks in this month’s release include an update on celiac disease, the roles of molecular chaperones in bacterial infection, the role of the complement in organ transplantation, the current status of antiviral drugs, and more.

In Gene-drives and Active Genetics:

dawn of active genetics

 

The dawn of active genetics
Prof. Ethan Bier – University of California, San Diego, USA

In Periodic Reports: Advances in Clinical Interventions and Research Platforms:

celiac disease

An update on the multiple faces of celiac disease
Prof. Aaron Lerner – Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

In The Complement System:

Complement and organ transplantation
Prof. Steven Sacks – King’s College London, UK

In Viruses and Viral Diseases:

Antiviral drugs (non-HIV)
Prof. Megan Shaw – Mount Sinai, USA

In Molecular Chaperones:

The roles of molecular chaperones in bacterial infection
Prof. Tomoko Yamamoto – Chiba University, Japan

In Bioinformatics for Metabolomics:

Metabolomics flux on the genome scale
Prof. Marta Cascante – University of Barcelona, Spain
Dr. Igor Marín de Mas – University of Barcelona, Spain

In Using Bioinformatics in the Exploration of Genetic Diversity:

The predominant clonal evolution (PCE) concept of microbial pathogens and its practical usefulness
Dr. Michel Tibayrenc – Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement, France

 


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