Interdisciplinary Approaches to Gene Therapy : Legal, Ethical and Scientific Aspects

Interdisciplinary Approaches to Gene Therapy -- Copyright -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Table of Contents -- Part I: Scientific Aspects of Gene Therapy -- Introduction to Principles and Examples of Somatic Gene Therapy -- Gene Therapy with Non-Viral Vector Systems -- Gene Therapy of Human Melano...

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Main Author: Müller, Stefan (Author)
Other Involved Persons: Simon jur, Jürgen W (Contributor) ; Vesting, Jan W (Contributor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Berlin/Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg 1997
Edition:1st ed.
ISBN:9783642608292
3642608299
9783540630562
3540630562
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  • Interdisciplinary Approaches to Gene Therapy -- Copyright -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Table of Contents -- Part I: Scientific Aspects of Gene Therapy -- Introduction to Principles and Examples of Somatic Gene Therapy -- Gene Therapy with Non-Viral Vector Systems -- Gene Therapy of Human Melanoma - from Animal Experiments to the Clinical Trial -- Development of a Gene Therapy for Arthritis -- The Industrial Perspective of Somatic Gene Therapy -- Industrial Aspects of Gene Transfer Systems -- Safety Considerations in Construction of Viral Vectors for Gene Therapy -- Safety Aspects During Manufacturing of Gene Therapeutic Material -- Gene Therapy and Medical Genetic Service: Biological Safety and Ethical Aspects -- Part II: Legal Aspects of Gene Therapy -- Legal Aspects of Genetic Therapies in Germany* -- The Regulation of Genetic Technology in the United Kingdom: Hard or Soft Options? -- Legal Aspects of Gene Therapy - the Austrian Regulation Model -- Survey about Regulation on Gene Therapy in Some European Countries -- Development of Agents for Somatic Gene Therapy -Role of European Drug Agencies- -- Regulation of Gene Therapy from the EU's Point of View -- Regulation of Genetic Therapy - The American Experience -- Is there a Demand for the Worldwide Regulation of Gene Therapy? -- Patents and Gene Therapy -- Part III: Ethical Aspects of Gene Therapy -- Free Access to Gene Therapy and Dictates of Application -- A Survey of Ethical Questions Concerning Gene Therapy -- Ethical Assessment of Gene Therapy in Asia -- Gene Therapy from the Viewpoint of Parent and Patient Organizations -- The Genome, Artificial Evolution, and Human Rights - A New Way to Post-Modern Global Community - -- Germ Line Risks of Somatic Gene Therapy - an Ethical Issue -- Ethics and Gene Therapy from UNESCO'S Viewpoint.