molecular medicine

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molecular medicine

Gap junctions and clinical cardiology: from molecular biology to molecular medicine

Mycobacterium tuberculosis Protocols. Methods in Molecular Medicine series. T. Parish and N. G. Stoker, Eds. Humana Press, Totowa, NJ, USA. ISBN 0-89603-776-2. 403 pp.

Introduction: Molecular Genetics and the Transformation of Medicine

Network Biology and Molecular Medicine in the Postgenomic Era: The Systems Pathobiology of Network Medicine

Drugs meeting the molecular basis of diabetic kidney disease: bridging from molecular mechanism to personalized medicine

Challenges in combining novel molecularly targeted agents in cancer medicine

Meningococcal Disease: Methods and Protocols. Methods in Molecular Medicine Andrew J. Pollard & Martin C. J. Maiden, Eds. Humana Press, Totowa, NJ, 2001. ISBN 0-89603-849-1. 728 pp.

Id proteins in the vasculature: from molecular biology to cardiopulmonary medicine

TCMID: traditional Chinese medicine integrative database for herb molecular mechanism analysis

Nuclear medicine and radioactivity: from nuclear biology to molecular imaging

Methods in Molecular Medicine. Antibiotic Resistance, Methods and Protocols S. H. Gillespie, Ed. Humana Press, Totowa, NJ, 2001. ISBN 0-89603-777-0. $89.50.

Molecular genetics in renal medicine: what can we hope to achieve?

Computationally translating molecular discoveries into tools for medicine: translational bioinformatics articles now featured in JAMIA

Revisiting definition and classification of cardiomyopathies in the era of molecular medicine

Treatment Algorithms Based on Tumor Molecular Profiling: The Essence of Precision Medicine Trials


Molecular Medicine, Managed Care, and the Moral Responsibilities of Patients and Physicians

Molecular mechanisms underlying COPD-muscle dysfunction unveiled through a systems medicine approach


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(sometimes) the branch of medicine concerned with the biochemical mechanisms of disease processes and therapy.

Subjects: Chemistry.

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