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Special Issue "Research of Pathogenesis and Novel Therapeutics in Arthritis 3.0"
A special issue of International Journal of Molecular Sciences (ISSN 1422-0067). This special issue belongs to the section "Molecular Pathology, Diagnostics, and Therapeutics".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 July 2022) | Viewed by 37253
Special Issue Editor
Interests: arthritis; bone cancer; osteoporosis; metastasis; drug development
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Special Issue Information
Arthritis has a high prevalence globally and includes over 100 types, the most common of which are rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, psoriatic arthritis, and inflammatory arthritis. All types of arthritis share common features of disease, including monocyte infiltration, inflammation, synovial swelling, pannus formation, stiffness in the joints and articular cartilage destruction. The exact etiology of arthritis remains unclear, and no cure exists as of yet. Anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs and corticosteroids) are commonly used in the treatment of arthritis. However, these drugs are associated with significant side effects, such as gastric bleeding and an increased risk for heart attack and other cardiovascular problems. It is therefore crucial that we continue to research the pathogenesis of arthritis and seek to discover novel modes of therapy. We invite researchers to submit original research and review articles covering significant developments in the pathogenesis of arthritis, as well as novel medicines or strategies that hold promise in the prevention and/or treatment of this disease. In particular, we welcome research covering novel signaling pathways, signaling molecules, inflammatory cytokines, or anti-inflammatory drugs.
Prof. Dr. Chih-Hsin Tang
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- Molecular mechanisms
- Inflammatory cytokines