Human Prion Diseases

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Auteur(s): Pocchiari, Maurizio

Editeur: Elsevier Science

Année de Publication: 2018

pages: 518

ISBN: 978-0-444-63945-5

Human Prion Diseases, Volume 153 is designed to update the reader on the latest advances and clinical aspects of prion diseases. The book is organized into five sections, including the pathophysiology of prions and a description of animal and human diseases. This is followed by detailed reports on r

Human Prion Diseases, Volume 153 is designed to update the reader on the latest advances and clinical aspects of prion diseases. The book is organized into five sections, including the pathophysiology of prions and a description of animal and human diseases. This is followed by detailed reports on recent advances in diagnosis strategies for the development of novel anti-prion molecules and possible designs of clinical trials in such a rare disease. An introductory chapter gives an extensive historical background of prion research, with a final chapter highlighting recent progress, and more importantly, unsolved problems.

  • Offers an authoritative overview of prion diseases in humans, detailing the pathogenesis of the disease, clinical investigations, and the diagnosis of both the genetic and acquired forms
  • Provides clarity and context by presenting prion diseases in relation to other neurodegenerative diseases in humans
  • Emphasizes the unique properties of prion diseases and consequent problems they can cause, both clinically and in public health terms

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