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Title Drug addiction : from basic research to therapy / Rao S. Rapaka, Wolfgang Sadée, editors.

Publication New York, NY : Springer ; [Arlington, VA] : AAPS Press, ©2008.
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 Internet    -  ONLINE  AVAILABLE
Description 1 online resource (xxiii, 782 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents DARPP-32 Mediates the Actions of Multiple Drugs of Abuse; Drug Discovery From Natural Sources; Computational Methods in Drug Design: Modeling G Protein-Coupled Receptor Monomers, Dimers, and Oligomers; Symbiotic Relationship of Pharmacogenetics and Drugs of Abuse; Monoclonal Antibody Form and Function: Manufacturing the Right Antibodies for Treating Drug Abuse; Cocaine- and Amphetamine-Regulated Transcript Peptides Play a Role in Drug Abuse and Are Potential Therapeutic Targets; RNAi-Directed Inhibition of DC-SIGN by Dendritic Cells: Prospects for HIV-1 Therapy.
Summary Drug Addiction: From Basic Research to Therapy provides a comprehensive overview of physiological, biochemical, and genetic pathways underlying drug addiction, and resultant efforts to develop novel treatment strategies dealing with drug addiction and other CNS disorders where the neurophysiological processes overlap, such as treatment of pain. Based on the AAPS-NIDA Frontiers in Science Symposium a oeDrug Addiction: From Basic Research to Therapies, a this volume, representing focuses on the translation of fundamental addiction research to a variety of treatments, bringing together scientists.
Subject Drug addiction.
Drug addiction -- Treatment.
MeSH Subject Designer Drugs -- pharmacology.
Substance-Related Disorders -- physiopathology.
Designer Drugs -- pharmacokinetics.
Drug Design.
Substance-Related Disorders -- therapy.
Added Author Rapaka, Rao S.
Sadée, Wolfgang, 1942-
Collection Title SpringerLink E-book Collection.
Springer English/International eBooks 2008 - Full Set
ISBN 9780387766782 (e-ISBN)
0387766782 (e-ISBN)
OCLC # 236187829
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