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Anti-fibrotic Drug Discovery

Anti-fibrotic Drug Discovery

Publisher Royal Society of Chemistry
Year 03/03/2020
Pages 340
Version hardback
Readership level College/higher education
ISBN 9781788015103
Categories Pharmacology, Organic chemistry
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Book description

Fibrosis is a condition with globally high unmet medical need, and as such is a highly active area of academic and pharmaceutical research covering multiple treatment targets, organs, tissues and therapeutic approaches. Anti-fibrotic Drug Discovery is a single source reference for the latest drug-discovery approaches to tackle fibrosis in various tissues, comprehensively covering recent success and future perspectives on emerging therapeutic intervention points. The book highlights significant pre-clinical and clinical drugs currently being developed globally for this disorder. This book is ideal for postgraduate students and researchers with an interest in anti-fibrotic drug discovery as well as clinicians specialising in liver, kidney, heart and lung disease, in which fibrosis plays a key role in pathology.

Anti-fibrotic Drug Discovery

Table of contents

TGF Signaling; Targeting the v Integrins in Fibroproliferative Disease; Discovery, Structural Refinement and Therapeutic Potential of Farnesoid X Receptor Activators; Autotaxin Inhibitors in Fibrosis; Inhibition of LOXL2 and Other Lysyl Oxidase (Like) Enzymes: Intervention at the Core of Fibrotic Pathology; Targeting the Ubiquitin Proteasome System in Pulmonary Fibrosis; Galectin-3 Involvement in Fibrotic Diseases; Emerging Role of CXCR4 in Fibrosis; BH3 Mimetic Drugs for Anti-fibrotic Therapy; Intratumoral Fibrosis: Emerging Concepts and Therapeutic Opportunities; Targeting Fibroblasts in Fibrosis and Cancer

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