Title: Advances in Molecular Biology for Human Disease: From Diagnosis and Therapeutics to Prognosis


In recent years, the field of molecular biology has witnessed remarkable advancements that have significantly impacted our understanding of human diseases. These advances have paved the way for novel approaches in diagnosis, therapeutics, and prognosis, revolutionizing the way we approach the management of various diseases. The proposed special issue aims to showcase the latest research and breakthroughs in the application of molecular biology techniques to human diseases, covering aspects from diagnosis to therapeutic interventions and prognosis.

This special issue will encompass a wide range of topics related to the role of molecular biology in human diseases, including but not limited to:

Molecular Diagnostics: Novel molecular markers and techniques for early disease detection, risk assessment, and accurate diagnosis.

Targeted Therapeutics: Molecularly targeted therapies, including personalized medicine approaches, gene therapies, and precision medicine strategies.

Biomolecular Mechanisms: Insights into the molecular mechanisms underlying disease development, progression, and response to treatment.

Prognostic Indicators: Identification of molecular indicators for disease prognosis and treatment outcome prediction.

Omics Technologies: Integrative approaches utilizing genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics to unravel disease complexities.

Bioinformatics and Data Analysis: Advances in computational methods for analyzing large-scale molecular data and translating it into actionable insights.

Guest Editor: Prof. Yan Zhuang,

Affiliation: Department of Science and Technology, Jiangyin TCM Hospital Affiliated to Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine

Deadline submission: 10 September 2024

Publication date: 30 September 2024