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Network Medicine

Complex Systems in Human Disease and Therapeutics

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$55.00 • £44.95 • €49.50

ISBN 9780674436534

Publication Date: 02/01/2017


448 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

135 color illustrations


  • Preface [Joseph Loscalzo, Albert-László Barabási, and Edwin K. Silverman]
  • 1. Scientific Basis of Network Medicine [Edwin K. Silverman and Joseph Loscalzo]
  • 2. Introduction to Network Analysis [Jörg Menche and Albert-László Barabási]
  • 3. Human Interactomes in Network Medicine [Michael E. Cusick, Benoit Charloteaux, Thomas Rolland, Michael A. Calderwood, David E. Hill, and Marc Vidal]
  • 4. Social Networks in Human Disease [Douglas A. Luke and Martin W. Schoen]
  • 5. Phenotype, Pathophenotype and Endo(patho)phenotype in Network Medicine [Calum A. MacRae]
  • 6. A New Paradigm for Defining Human Disease and Therapy [Joseph Loscalzo]
  • 7. Complex Disease Genetics and Network Medicine [Edwin K. Silverman]
  • 8. Transcriptomics and Network Medicine [John Quackenbush and Kimberly Glass]
  • 9. Post-translational Modifications of the Proteome: The Example of Tau in the Neuron and the Brain [Guy Lippens, Jeremy Gunawardena, Isabelle Landrieu, Caroline Smet-Nocca, Sudhakaran Prabakaran, Benjamin Parent, Arnaud Leroy, and Isabelle Huvent]
  • 10. Epigenetics and Network Medicine [Dawn L. DeMeo and Scott T. Weiss]
  • 11. Metabolomics and Network Medicine [Jessica Lasky-Su and Clary B. Clish]
  • 12. Using Integrative -omics Approaches in Network Medicine [Shuyi Ma, John C. Earls, James A. Eddy, and Nathan D. Price]
  • 13. Cancer Network Medicine [Takeshi Hase, Samik Ghosh, Sucheendra K. Palaniappan, and Hiroaki Kitano]
  • 14. Systems Pharmacology in Network Medicine [Edwin K. Silverman and Joseph Loscalzo]
  • 15. Systems Approaches to Clinical Trials [Elliott M. Antman]
  • 16. Microbiomics in Network Medicine [Joanne E. Sordillo, George M. Weinstock, and Augusto A. Litonjua]
  • Abbreviations
  • Glossary
  • Contributors
  • Index

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