Regenerative and Translational Medicine: The Therapeutic Promise for Cardiovascular Diseases
by Justin D. Pearlman MD ME PhD MA FACC (Author), Ritu Saxena PhD (Author), Sudipta Saha PhD (Author), Demet Sag PhD (Author), Stephen J. Williams (Author), Margaret Baker PhD (Author), Larry H. Bernstein MD FCAP (Editor), Aviva Lev-Ari PhD RN (Editor), Adam Sonnenberg BSc (Translator)
- This e-Book is a comprehensive review of recent Original Research on Cardiovascular Diseases: Causes, Risks and Management and related opportunities for Targeted Therapy written by Experts, Authors and Writers. The results of Original Research are gaining value added for the e-Reader by the Methodology of Curation. The e-Book’s articles have been published on the Open Access Online Scientific Journal, since April 2012.
- Part 1 is concerned with Posttranslational Modification of Proteins, vital for understanding cellular regulation and dysregulation. Part 2 is concerned with Translational Medical Therapeutics, the efficacy of medical and surgical decisions based on bringing the knowledge gained from the laboratory, and from clinical trials into the realm opf best practice. The time for this to occur in practice in the past has been through roughly a generation of physicians. That was in part related to the busy workload of physicians, and inability to easily access specialty literature as the volume and complexity increased. This had an effect of making access of a family to a primary care provider through a lifetime less likely than the period post WWII into the 1980s.