MicroRNA in Human Infectious Diseases

by Vijay Kumar Prajapati

MicroRNA in Human Infectious Diseases offers an overview of the therapeutic and diagnostic role microRNAs can play in treating infectious diseases. Beginning with an introduction on microRNAs and their mechanisms, the book then delves into the therapeutic role of microRNAs in various categories of diseases, including bacterial, viral, and parasitic. A wide range of diseases are explored, including STDs, typhoid, tuberculosis, Dengue fever, Ebola, Covid-19, Malaria, Leishmaniasis, and Lymphatic filariasis. The final section of the book covers microRNA-based system approaches, considering aspects such as web-based tools available for detecting and predicting microRNA targets and the latest technologies for modifying and manipulating microRNAs. This volume explores microRNA across a multitude of conditions and is an ideal reference for those involved in the investigation and development of treatments in this area.

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