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Model organisms in drug discovery

Model organisms in drug discovery

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Published by John Wiley & Sons in Chichester, West Sussex, England, Hoboken, NJ .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pharmacogenomics.,
  • Pharmacogenetics -- Animal models.,
  • Drugs -- Research.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Pamela M. Carroll and Kevin Fitzgerald.
    ContributionsCarroll, Pamela M., Fitzgerald, Kevin J., 1967-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRM301.3.G45 M635 2003, RM301.3.G45 M635 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 288 p. :
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18209081M
    ISBN 100470848936
    LC Control Number2003013114

    Nessa Carey is a British biologist working in the field of molecular biology and is International Director of the technology transfer organisation PraxisUnico and a Visiting Professor at Imperial College London.. With expertise in the field of epigenetics and in technology transfer, she promotes the movement of scientists between academia and industry, lecturing often to Fields: Epigenetics, Technology Transfer.   In , Alexander Fleming accidentally let his petri dishes go moldy, a mistake that would lead to the breakthrough discovery of penicillin and save the lives of countless people. From these haphazard beginnings, the pharmaceutical industry has grown into one of the most technically advanced and valuable sectors, driven by incredible progress in chemistry and [ ]. Table 1: Animals are used in all steps of drug development and discovery, excluding clinical studies on humans. In vitro studies are used to determine dissolution and drug release rates before in vivo studies to allow successes and failures to be done at a minimized cost with less ethical by: 4.


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Pamela M. Carroll is the editor of Model Organisms in Drug Discovery, published by Wiley. Kevin Fitzgerald is the editor of Model Organisms in Drug Discovery, published by Wiley. Advances in bioinformatics, proteomics, automation technologies and their application to model organism systems now occur on an industrial scale.

The integration of model systems into the drug discovery process, the speed of the tools, and the in vivo validation data that these models can provide, will clearly help definition of disease biology and high-quality target : Pamela M.

Carroll. Introduction to Model Systems in Drug Discovery (Kevin Fitzgerald and Pamela M. Carroll). Growing Yeast for Fun and Profit: Use of Saccharomyces cerevisiae as a Model System in Drug Discovery (Petra Ross-Macdonald).

Growing Yeast for Fun and Profit: Use of Saccharomyces cerevisiae as a Model System in Drug Discovery / Petra Ross-Macdonald Caenorhabditis elegans Functional Genomics in Drug Discovery: Expanding Paradigms / Titus Kaletta, Lynn Butler and Thierry Bogaert Drosophila as a Tool for Drug Discovery / Hao Li and Dan Garza   Addressing the needs of the pharmaceutical industry, this unique handbook adopts a broad perspective on the use of animals in the early part of the drug development process, including regulatory rules and limitations, as well as numerous examples from real-life drug development projects.

Advances in bioinformatics, proteomics, automation technologies and their application to model organism systems now occur on an industrial scale.

The integration of model systems into the drug discovery process, the speed of the tools, and the in vivo validation data that these models can provide, will clearly help definition of disease biology and high-quality target validation.

Drug discovery and drug target identification are two intimately linked facets of intervention strate-gies aimed at effectively combating pathological conditions in humans.

Simple model organisms provide attractive platforms for devising and streamlining efficient drug discovery and drug target identification methodologies. model organism for drug discovery because of its high fecundity, transparent embryos and larvae, morphological and physiological similarity to mammals, allowing in vivo analysis of embryogenesis and organogenesis combined with ease of use and low cost.

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Animal Models in Cancer Drug Discovery brings forward the most cutting-edge developments in tumor model systems for translational cancer Model organisms in drug discovery book. The reader can find under Model organisms in drug discovery book one volume virtually all types of existing and emerging tumor models in use by the research community.

This book provides essential insights into microbial pathogenesis, host-pathogen interactions, and the anti-microbial drug resistance of various human pathogens on the basis of various model organisms. The initial sections of the book introduce readers to the mechanisms of microbial pathogenesis, host-pathogen interactions, anti-microbial drug.

This book provides essential insights into microbial pathogenesis, host-pathogen interactions, and the anti-microbial drug resistance of various human pathogens on the basis of various model organisms. Book • 2nd Edition • Edited by: RG Hill and HP Rang. Browse book content.

About the book. Search in this book. Search in this book. Browse content Chapter 4 - The drug discovery process: General principles and some case histories. H P Rang and R G Hill. Pages Select Chapter 5 - Choosing the project. Mouse models are the most-used animal model in drug discovery.

When combined with recent advances in genome sequencing, mouse models become even more powerful. Techniques such as homologous recombination, CRISPR/Cas9, and random transgenesis allows scientists to design mice to test a hypothesis or to generate mouse models of human : James Vitale.

The first book to focus on comprehensive systems biology as applied to drug discovery and development. Drawing on real-life examples, Systems Biology in Drug Discovery and Development presents practical applications of systems biology to the multiple phases of drug discovery Cited by: 6.

Model Organisms in Drug Discovery. model organisms and high-throughput, genome-wide overexpression or knockdowns, and outline the future directions that are likely to yield new drug Author: Heidi Tissenbaum.

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Non-mammalian model organisms are typically used in early research to deliver fast answers to a discovery problem, such as the function of a gene, or to define novel therapeutic entry points.

The most popular model organisms in biological and biomedical research are the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster, the zebrafish and the nematode C. elegans. The paradox of model organisms seems to be that the need for them will only diminish once most of the fundamental mechanisms of biology have been solved to allow the greater use of both human tissue cultures and in silico methods for drug discovery.

To reach that point, however, requires the extensive use of model by: –The crossover point between drug discovery and drug development. –Provide information on mechanism(s) of action of a drug –Provides an early indication of the potential for some kinds of toxic effects, allowing a decision to terminate a development program before spending too much money.

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melanogaster genes or all 19 predicted C. elegans genes to be prospective antiparasitic drug targets. Target validation is an expensive Cited by: In the fields of medicine, biotechnology and pharmacology, drug discovery is the process by which new candidate medications are discovered.

Historically, drugs were discovered by identifying the active ingredient from traditional remedies or by serendipitous discovery, as with recently, chemical libraries of synthetic small molecules, natural products or extracts were screened.

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And some drugs may in fact work in people even if they fail in animals, meaning potentially important medicines could be rejected.” Alan Oliff, former executive director for cancer research at Merck Research Laboratories in West Point, Pennsylvania asserted in “The fundamental problem in drug discovery for cancer is that the [animal Cited by: MODEL ORGANISMS Early-onset familial and late-onset dementia of the in drug discovery relies on both the development of valid Drug discovery in dementia: the role of rodent models Debby.

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In turn, the second part of the book presents a comparative analysis of various animal models to help readers understand microbial pathogenesis, host-pathogen interactions, anti-microbial drug discovery, anti-biofilm therapeutics, and treatment regimes.

The combination of traditional and contemporary mouse genome editing tools, along with the addition of genetic diversity in new modeling systems, are synergistic and serve to make the mouse a better model for biomedical research, enhancing the potential for preclinical drug discovery and personalized by: 9.

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Efficient cell culturing techniques both in vitro and in vivo allow researchers to design and develop new drugs in preclinical studies. Two-dimensional (2D) cell cultures have been used Cited by: 5. Model organisms are a small group of research organisms that serve as a proxy for understanding the biology of humans.

Examples include yeast, fruit flies, worms, zebrafish, and mice. Many aspects of these organisms’ biology are similar to ours, and much is already known about their genetic makeup.

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